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Ryan Weisse @TheFantasyFive of Football Guys and ClubFantasy joins Steve @FFProfessorST3, Josh @JoshDalley72 and Dr. Dan @peacebyinches to discuss a few "Either/Or" player pairings for the injury-ravaged Week 6 slate. The fellas also discuss their favorite prop bets on Thrive Fantasy for the week as the Hot Take Crew hopes to stay hot. CLICK HERE! …
 
Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, “Crossroads,” has generated a lot of discussion, as his work tends to do. The novelist and critic Thomas Mallon, who reviewed “Crossroads” for us, is on the podcast this week to talk about the book and to place it in the context of Franzen’s entire career. “He is fundamentally a social novelist, and his basic unit of s…
 
Terminal Illness w/Sarah Braden | Sinner Saint Sister S7 Ep 2Exploring the many emotions of terminal illness with Sarah BradenOur Terminal seeks to support and bring a piece of redemption to losing a loved oneSarah Braden, founder of Our Terminal, sits down with me to discuss the disappointment and devastation of a terminal diagnosis. Her wise pers…
 
Serving the Poor w/Blake Jennings | Sinner Saint Sister S7 Ep 1Conversation with Blake Jennings, founder of On Ramp, about serving our communitySinner Saint Sister, a podcast that highlights people living life deeplyBlake and his wife Julie founded On Ramp to meet a critical need in their community. On Ramp is a 501 c3 that provides reliable vehicl…
 
Tim O'Sullivan, Co-Founder of Bae Juice joins us on this episode of There is Opportunity Everywhere! Tim discusses how a trip to Korea helped him realise Australia was missing out on a hangover remedy in the form of 100% Pear Juice! Bae Juice can now be purchased from BWS, Dan Murphys, Woolworths and other outlets throughout Australia and is a must…
 
In 2013, the front page of The New York Times devoted five straight days to the story of Dasani, an 11-year-old Black girl who lived in a homeless shelter in Brooklyn. Now, Andrea Elliott, the reporter of that series, has published her first book, “Invisible Child,” which tells the full story of Dasani and her family up to the present day. On this …
 
With the Professor and the Doctor off on excursions, Josh (@JoshDalley72) brings in Chris Robin (@DetroitBeastie) to run through Week 4 props on THRIVE FANTASY. Josh looks to keep the profitable season going after a top-10 finish in Week 3. The Detroiters go through all 20 player props on the Week 4 THRIVE Fantasy slate. Download the THRIVE Fantasy…
 
In “Bewilderment,” Richard Powers’s first novel since he won a Pulitzer Prize for “The Overstory,” an astrobiologist named Theo Byrne looks for life on other planets while struggling to raise his highly sensitive 9-year-old son, Robin. On this week’s podcast, Powers compares Theo’s work in the galaxy with his relationship on the ground. “If there a…
 
Sandi Sieger joins us on this week's episode of There is Opportunity Everywhere! Sandi is the Creator and Founder of both, popular online magazine Onya Magazine and, group for creative-thinkers, Melbourne Writers Club. It was amazing to speak to Sandi about her perspective on creating and growing businesses as well as always ensuring to get the mos…
 
The Harvard law professor Randall Kennedy’s new book, “Say It Loud!,” collects 29 of his essays. Kennedy’s opinions about the subjects listed in the book’s subtitle — race, law, history and culture — tend to be complex, and he’s not afraid to change his mind. He says on the podcast that there’s “no shame” in admitting you’re wrong, and that he does…
 
Your host @JoshDalley72 is joined by the newest member of the Hot Take Squad @peacebyinchesFF they review his process and talk some game theory about Thrive Fantasy. After Dr. Dan's massive Week 1, taking down two top-5 finishes on Thrive, the fellas chop up the Week 2 prop menu. Steve takes the week off to get sweaty and drunk in Mexico. Larga vid…
 
Colson Whitehead’s new novel, “Harlem Shuffle,” revolves around Ray Carney, a furniture retailer in Harlem in the 1960s with a sideline in crime. It’s a relatively lighthearted novel, certainly compared to “The Underground Railroad” and “The Nickel Boys,” Whitehead’s two previous novels, each of which won the Pulitzer Prize. “I usually do a lighter…
 
Pri Mehta from Pri Luxx joins us on this episode of There is Opportunity Everywhere. Pri Luxx offer fantastic, luxury lashes created after owner, Pri was frustrated with poor quality and wrongly-shaped lashes being the only option available on the market. Subsequently, Pri started her business Pri Luxx offering high quality lashes for every eye sha…
 
The novelist Brandon Taylor, who has generated his own buzz with his debut novel, “Real Life,” and a collection of stories, “Filthy Animals,” visits the podcast to discuss the much-discussed work of Sally Rooney. Taylor recently reviewed her third novel, “Beautiful World, Where Are You.” On the podcast, he describes Rooney’s writing as an “intense,…
 
Marcas Grant @marcasg of NFL Network joins Steve @FFProfessorST3, Josh @JoshDalley72 and Dr. Dan @peacebyinches to discuss a couple Antonios as an apetizer. The main course is served in Over-Under as the fellas discuss their favorite prop bets in the Thrive Fantasy Week 1 $100,000 guaranteed contest. CLICK HERE! to #PropUp at Thrive Fantasy today w…
 
“Out on a Limb” is a selection of Andrew Sullivan’s essays from the past 32 years of American history. On this week’s podcast, Sullivan talks about the book and his feelings about some of the very contentious public arguments in which he’s been involved. “You’re never at a moment of finality in politics or intellectual life. You’re always just abou…
 
Karen Porteous joins us on this episode of the Podcast to discuss her business, Soul Dreaming - Reiki and Intuitive Healing. This was one of the most interesting and informative recordings I've done yet, Karen opened my eyes to the World of Intuitive Healing and it was a pleasure and privilege to have her on There is Opportunity Everywhere. Checkou…
 
The Hot Take welcomes Brian Drake @DrakeFantasy and Kevin Tompkins @ktompkinsii as they join us for a live mock draft (recorded August 27th before J.K. Dobbins' injury). Reminder to check out THRIVE Fantasy https://www.thrivefantasy.com/?promo=HotTake Instant 100% Deposit Match up to $100 for New Users - Promo code: HOTTAKE Learn more about your ad…
 
A.O. Scott, The Times’s co-chief film critic, returns to the Book Review’s podcast this week to discuss the work of William Maxwell, the latest subject in Scott’s essay series The Americans, about writers who give a sense of the country’s complex identity. In his novels and stories, Maxwell frequently returned to small-town Illinois, and to, as Sco…
 
Mark Show of Primetime Mock & creator of Fantasy Fantasy Football comes on to discuss the 2021 Fantasy Football Expo and the Hot Take's new partnership with Thrive Fantasy. The guys go over some over/under for 2021 Fantasy Football and talk about names such as Aaron Rodgers, Chase Edmunds, Jakobi Meyers, Terrace Marshall, and more. Download the Thr…
 
In her new book, “The Brilliant Abyss,” Helen Scales writes about the largely unseen realm of the deepest parts of the ocean. On this week’s podcast, she talks about the life down there — and how long it took us to realize there was any at all. “It wasn’t so long ago, maybe 200 years ago, that most people — scientists, the brightest minds we had — …
 
This week joining us on "There is Opportunity Everywhere" Cooper Thompson joins us to discuss his popular Facebook Page - Sporting Multi Page, where punters communicate their bets, hot tips and winnings. Cooper delves into how the page started from humble beginnings and what inspired him to create it, this was a great conversation, offering fantast…
 
In Dana Spiotta’s new novel, “Wayward,” a woman named Sam buys a dilapidated house in a neglected neighborhood in Syracuse, leaving her husband and her daughter in order to face down big midlife questions. “She is what we used to call a housewife, a stay-at-home mom,” Spiotta says on this week’s podcast, describing her protagonist. “She has one dau…
 
The slightly directionless, unnamed narrator of Katie Kitamura’s fourth novel, “Intimacies,” takes a job as a translator at an international criminal court. On this week’s podcast, Kitamura talks about the novel, including her realization about the book’s title. “‘Intimacy’ as a word is something that we think of as desirable, and something that we…
 
Joining me on this week's episode of the Podcast is Paul Hallett, creator and owner of Big Knobs Crash Sliders. Paul talks about finding a gap in the market for high quality and customised crash sliders for motorised Bike Racing. This was an awesome chat and I thoroughly enjoyed learning about a product and industry that I knew little about before.…
 
Omar El Akkad’s new novel, “What Strange Paradise,” uses some fablelike techniques to comment on the migrant crisis caused by war in the Middle East. El Akkad explains that he thinks of the novel as a reinterpretation of the story of Peter Pan, told as the story of a contemporary child refugee. “There’s this thing Borges once said about how all lit…
 
This one`s a belter, for a special episode of "There is Opportunity Everywhere" Theodore Gavrilescu joins us to talk about his growth and self-development as well as future plans and aspirations. I loved recording with Theo, it was amazing and inspirational to hear how he turned his life around and overcame his drug addiction and I look forward to …
 
The latest pick for Group Text, our monthly column for readers and book clubs, is Esther Freud's “I Couldn’t Love You More,” a novel about three generations of women grappling with secrets, shame and an inexorable bond. Elisabeth Egan, an editor at the Book Review and the brains behind Group Text, talks about the novel on this week’s podcast. “It’s…
 
Steven and Josh have Jack Miller of Establish The Run and NBC Sports EDGE to discuss the "running back dead zone" in Fantasy Football. The guys break down the Cam Akers injury and what it means for Darell Henderson. Plus, players such as D'Andre Swift, Kareem Hunt, Tee Higgins, Kenny Golladay, and Travis Etienne are discussed. Learn more about your…
 
Graham Strachan joins us on this episode of "There is Opportunity Everywhere" to discuss "South America Destinations" a travel agency business he created. Graham talks about his inspiration for starting the business as well as sharing some of the beautiful locations and sights he visited whilst travelling around the globe. Contacts Email - thereiso…
 
Steven and Josh have Scott Pianowski of Yahoo Sports on to discuss the Scott Fish Bowl Fantasy Football tournament. Is Nick Chubb in the NFL's elite? Can Alvin Kamara be the Top 5 back he has been in the past? Will Kyle Pitts be a unicorn in Fantasy Football? Plus, find out how one of the pioneers in Fantasy Sports, Scott Pianowski started playing …
 
On this week’s podcast, S.A. Cosby says that a writer friend once told him: “I think you’re like the bard of broken men.” In Cosby’s new novel, “Razorblade Tears,” the fathers of two married gay men who have just been murdered team up to track down the killers. Cosby says that the fathers — Ike, who’s Black, and Buddy Lee, who’s white — are familia…
 
The subtitle of Jonathan Balcombe’s new book, “Super Fly: The Unexpected Lives of the World’s Most Successful Insects” leads to the first question on this week’s podcast. Why “successful”? “Their diversity, for one,” Balcombe says. “There’s over 160,000 described species — and it’s important to add that qualifier, ‘described,’ because it’s estimate…
 
This week on "There is Opportunity Everywhere" we hear from Nethmi Samarawickrama who tells us about her idea to create a Cosmetics brand for the minorities. Nethmi is a wildly impressive individual and it was fantastic to talk to her if you would to get in contact with her below are her socials - Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/nethmi_viyara…
 
The actress and thriller writer Catherine Steadman visits the podcast this week to talk about “The Disappearing Act,” her new suspense novel about the absurdities of Hollywood. Steadman was drawn to the idea of setting a story during pilot season, when actors from all over the world descend on Los Angeles once a year and compete for lead roles in n…
 
Clint Smith’s “How the Word Is Passed” is about how places in the United States reckon with — or fail to reckon with — their relationship to the history of slavery. On this week’s podcast, Smith says that one thing that inspired the book was his realization that “there were more homages to enslavers than to enslaved people” in New Orleans, where he…
 
Claude Lombard OAM features on this week’s episode of “There is Opportunity Everywhere.” Claude gives us fantastic insight into succeeding in business as he tells the stories behind how Lombard the Paper People and Lombard Party and Events & Events began. For all your packaging and catering requirements visit https://www.lombardthepaperpeople.com.a…
 
In his new book, “Last Best Hope,” George Packer describes “Four Americas,” and the tensions that exist between these different visions of the country. He calls them “Free America” (essentially libertarian), “Real America” (personified by Sarah Palin), “Smart America” (the professional class) and “Just America” (identity politics). On this week’s p…
 
“The Engagement,” by Sasha Issenberg, recounts the complex and chaotic chain reaction that thrust same-sex marriage from the realm of conservative conjecture to the top of the gay political agenda and, eventually, to the halls of the Supreme Court. On this week’s podcast, Issenberg talks about the deeply researched book, which covers 25 years of le…
 
This week on “There is Opportunity Everywhere” Victor Constantinis joins us as he discusses how along with his business partner he created Contract Catering juggernaut “Alliance Catering”. Victor talks about his drive and determination to see the business succeed as well as explaining what it`s like to work in the industry. Checkout Sirus Studios` …
 
Francis Spufford’s new novel, “Light Perpetual,” is rooted in a real event: the rocket attack on a Woolworth’s in London, killing 168 people, toward the end of World War II. Spufford fictionalizes the tragedy and invents five children who survive it, trailing them through the ensuing decades to discover all they might have done and seen if they had…
 
Jake Bonner, the protagonist of Jean Hanff Korelitz’s “The Plot,” writes a novel based on someone else’s idea. The book becomes a big hit, but Jake has a hard time enjoying it because he’s worried about getting caught. On this week’s podcast, Korelitz says that Jake’s more general anxieties about his career as a writer are relatable, despite her ow…
 
Maggie O’Farrell’s “Hamnet,” one of last year’s most widely acclaimed novels, imagines the life of William Shakespeare, his wife, Anne (or Agnes) Hathaway, and the couple’s son Hamnet, who died at 11 years old in 1596. On this week’s podcast, O’Farrell says she always planned for the novel to have the ensemble cast it does, but that her deepest mot…
 
Louis Menand’s new book, “The Free World: Art and Thought in the Cold War,” covers the interchange of arts and ideas between the United States and Europe in the decades following World War II. On this week’s podcast, Menand talks about the book, including why he chose to frame his telling from the end of the war until 1965. “What I didn’t get right…
 
In 2018, Michael Lewis published “The Fifth Risk,” which argued, in short, that the federal government was underprepared for a variety of disaster scenarios. Guess what his new book is about? Lewis visits the podcast this week to discuss “The Premonition,” which recounts the initial response to the coronavirus pandemic. “It wasn’t just Trump,” Lewi…
 
In her new book, “Antitrust,” Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota explores the history of fighting monopoly power in this country, and argues that the digital age calls for a renewed effort. “I think the best way to do this right now is to have our laws be as sophisticated as the companies that we’re dealing with,” Klobuchar says on this week’s podc…
 
Patrick Radden Keefe’s new book, “Empire of Pain,” is a history of the Sacklers, the family behind Purdue Pharma, the creator of the powerful painkiller OxyContin, which became the root of the opioid crisis in the United States. One of the subjects covered in Keefe’s investigative work is what the company knew, and when, as the crisis began to unfo…
 
Michael Bower of the Dynasty Rewind comes on to discuss Josh and Steven's Top 10 (non-quarterback) rookie prospects for Fantasy Football. Prior to the NFL Draft, The Hot Take evaluates Ja'Marr Chase, Devonta Smith, Najee Harris, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
We’ve been in celebration mode all week as the Book Review’s podcast turns 15 years old. Pamela Paul shared 15 of her favorite episodes since she began hosting in 2013. We chose 10 other memorable conversations from the show’s full archives, and did a bit of digging to tell the story of the podcast’s earliest days. Now, appropriately, we cap things…
 
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