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Welcome to For A Living, a new podcast by the Illinois Economic Policy Institute (ILEPI) and the Project for Middle Class Renewal at the University of Illinois. Each podcast, For A Living will explore a topic around work, workers, and the labor market. What is work? What is the future of employment in America? What economic research is emerging to understand trends in the economy? Join Frank Manzo IV, MPP with Professors Robert Bruno, PhD and Emily E. LB. Twarog, PhD in these engaging conver ...
 
The Daily Gardener is a Monday - Friday Gardening Podcast. ⏰ Every day the show features: 🗞 Garden News & Advice 🏰 Botanical History & Literature 🖌 📚 An Inspiring Garden Book Recommendation 🌟 Botanic Sparks - Stories to Grow a Gardener’s Heart ❤️🌸🌱 Note to writers and creatives: I love highlighting the work of folks who write about botany, horticulture, and gardening. So if you fall into that category please reach out. Read more & connect on Social Media or at thedailygardener.org
 
Waiting in line for the drinking fountain on the first day of grade 1 is where Joe S and Joe B first met. Little did they know back then that almost 50 years later these 2 Average Joes would still be great friends and as thirsty as ever to hear your stories.What we’ve learnt is that everyone has a special story to tell and if we just take the time to STOP, ASK and LISTEN it’s amazing just what we can learn from each other. Join us as we speak to average everyday people sharing their NOT so a ...
 
Topics and issues impacting space exploration and space science over the next 50 years, examining where we’ve come from, where we are now, and what we have to look forward to. The podcast will feature guests inside the industry and government, who will share ideas, viewpoints and provocative insights on how we can explore further together.
 
JOTW currently features musicians worldwide (Ireland, UK, Japan, Austria, France, etc), with all different skill levels and at all different ages, ranging from 12 to 92 years old. Top horn players and other musicians who play in the bands of well-known artists such as Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, Prince, Jill Scott, Preservation Brass Band, Bootsy Collins and more have joined in. This group continues to grow by hundreds each week. www.jamoftheweek.com Support this podcast: htt ...
 
This is a show on fintech in the CEE region and beyond. Welcome to Fintech Flow, where we deep dive into the depth and complexity of successful start-ups, explore the ways to new capital and draw in the points of views from the incumbents. From Budapest Hungary, Linda Sallai will explore the odd angles, sit down with bright Fintech minds and bridge together the gap in mind-set between the legacy players and today’s innovators. We will learn from each other, learn with each other, link up and ...
 
Demanded internationally, DJ Baby Yu is one of North America’s most experienced, versatile well respected and highly connected DJ’s. Baby Yu without a doubt is a staple in the entertainment industry world-wide. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he has held residencies at Velvet Room, Whiskey Park, at the W Hotel and Tongue and Groove, Door 44, Aja Lounge, Opera, Compound, Aurum, Gold Room and more. Currently Baby Yu spins at Vanquish, Compound and Reign. Along with his weekly club residencies- Baby ...
 
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A survivor of life's challenges who never stays down and describes himself as a cripple who tries hard. Listen to the story of Nick Eglezos, an average everyday individual who has, and continues to face the many challenges that life throws at him with a smile on his face and a determination to win. We hope you enjoy Nick's 'not so average' story. I…
 
Today we celebrate an old account of Tripoli gardens. We’ll remember a botanist, naturalist, and author who believed in the power of walking. We hear an excerpt from a book by author Susan Wiggs. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a wonderful book about small garden design. And then we’ll wrap things up with a novelist who found his own garden parad…
 
Unknown, unknowns - These are the things out of nowhere that turn markets upside down, and send executives scrambling. A data-mining company called DataMetrex scours social media for clues about the next Big Thing… clients include NATO and the CIA. CEO Marshall Gunter explains how they do it.
 
In this fantastic episode me and Nadjah O. Art Historian, Archivist and fellow podcaster joins me to talk about Jenny Odell's incredible book "How to do Nothing. Resisting the attention economy". It was a wonderful chat on the lies of productivity, social media, brands and how work and capitalism are in dire need of being destroyed! Do check out an…
 
This week, we are excited to welcome Frank Slazer, the Coalition’s very own President and CEO, to the Deep Space Podcast’s Leadership in Space Series. In this episode, Slazer shares his vision for the organization moving forward and speaks about how he sees it changing to a more robust advocacy model. Our guest also speaks about the traits that he …
 
Today we celebrate an English novelist and poet who started out as an architecture student, and one of his first jobs was moving a graveyard. We'll also learn about a writer of charming garden verses. And we’ll hear an excerpt about lilacs. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a look at some of the most exclusive private gardens in Paris. And then we’…
 
Aim High, Work Hard - My friend and former BloombergTV co-Anchor Cory Johnson has launched The Drill Down podcast as business news platform for business-minded people. Like me, Cory is unapologetically optimistic on what American Ingenuity can accomplish. He shares insights and observations about which companies are winning in 2021… and why.…
 
Today we celebrate a gardener who transformed and developed the Cambridge Botanic Garden. We'll also learn about a writer and gardener who won a Pulitzer for her writing and praise for her work in garden design. We hear an excerpt about the first day of June. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about houseplants featuring projects, profiles, a…
 
Hello everyone!! Today we have an incredibly interesting and in-depth episode on imperialism, poetry and capitalism as we delve into and through Dominick Knowles and Mathilda Cullen's recently launched poetry book "stanzas for four hands: an ophanim"! A really good conversation on imagination, creating and writing poetry, and how this "business" or…
 
Today we celebrate a beloved English novelist and poet. We'll also learn about an intrepid plant explorer remembered most for the little yellow fruit he brought back from China. However, his most significant impact is likely in the soybean specimens that became a valuable economic crop for America. We hear a fun excerpt about a pressed flower book …
 
Today we celebrate an old account of Linnaeus’s floral clock. We'll also learn about the garden life of an American actor who was best known for his brilliant performances in horror films. We hear an excerpt about the color yellow in the garden - it has the power to lift our spirits. Yellow flowers are little day-brighteners. We Grow That Garden Li…
 
Today we celebrate a French botanist who broke the news to the scientific community in Paris: plants have sex. We'll also learn about a German botanist who settled in Kodiak, Alaska, and created a fascinating look at Alaskan plants through the eyes of the Native People of Alaska. We hear an excerpt about Lily of the Valley from one of my favorite m…
 
Today we celebrate a man who changed his personal beliefs and life philosophy after studying nature. We'll also learn about a woman who writes about her lifelong relationship with the garden. We hear an excerpt about the spring garden with a bit of empathy for what it is like to be a weed. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a fabulous reference for …
 
Today we celebrate an American woman who loved plants, wrote memorable verses that have stood the test of time, and became the Godmother of Thanksgiving. We'll also learn about a modern writer and Pulitzer Prize winner who writes in a garden shed. We hear a memorable excerpt about killing slugs. We Grow That Garden Library™ with an inspiring book a…
 
Today we celebrate an English writer who loved gardens and created a one-of-a-kind grotto as a clever way to connect his home and garden. We'll also learn about a writer who created a space he called Tao House Garden. We hear an excerpt about the haves and have nots - when it comes to gardens. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about philosop…
 
Today we celebrate a prolific French writer and poet remembered for his realism and in his little home and garden - now a Paris museum. We'll also learn a little history lesson about the Chelsea Flower Show. We hear an excerpt from a beloved children’s story. We Grow That Garden Library™ with an artistic look at flowers through the eyes of a modern…
 
Market Roadmap - We speak with my friend, and former market maker Judd Hirschberg… one of the original rates traders on Chicago Merc from the 1970s. Judd now runs an advisory service called White Wave Trading Strategies. He’s especially good at identifying relationships across assets and spotting changes in trend.…
 
Today we celebrate an American female botanist who collected the flora of the great state of Maine. We'll also learn about a Michigan conservationist who is remembered as the First Lady of Michigan State Parks and Natural Areas. We’ll remember Nathaniel Hawthorne on the anniversary of his death today - and the quirky little story he wrote about a m…
 
Today we celebrate an old poet who loved gardens, We'll also learn about an inventor and architect who created a large machine to help move established trees during the establishment of Prospect Park. We hear a delightful excerpt about a purée of spring vegetables. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a beautiful set of Paper Flower Cards - a little s…
 
Today we celebrate a woman who became a renowned floral artist late in life. We'll also learn about an English poet and politician who loved nature. We’ll recognize some of the final sentiments about the wonder of nature from a television dramatist, screenwriter, and journalist. We hear an adorable excerpt about growing a mitten tree. We Grow That …
 
Hello everyone! Hope you're doing okay in these times! This week, due to some personal issues I could not prepare a larger episode which was an excellent collab and should be up soon. In the mean time, though, not wanting to leave a gap, I talked a bit about the Scifi market in Brazil, its limitations and lack of diversity, along with the obnoxious…
 
Today we celebrate a happy lyricist and poet. We'll also remember a charming diary entry from 1938 by a Canadian conservationist and naturalist. We’ll honor a poem by Walt Whitman that inspired a beautiful composition that premiered this day in 1946. We hear an excerpt about the healing power of the garden. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a gorge…
 
Today we celebrate a garden that transformed into a cemetery for our country’s military. We'll also learn about one of America’s oldest gardens that oped on this day over a hundred years ago. We hear an excerpt from one of the founders of the Garden Club of America about rescuing her family daffodils. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about …
 
Today we celebrate a woman named after Florence, Italy, and who loved flowers her entire life. We'll learn about the Floral Emblem of Manitoba. We hear an excerpt about spring at Green Gables. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book about the relationship between people and plants. And then we’ll wrap things up with some garden limericks for Natio…
 
Today we celebrate a Swiss philosopher who loved nature. We’ll remember the famous Panama orchid hunter whose orchids were displayed on this day 93 years ago. We'll also learn about a fascinating discovery by a botanist who was exploring Death Valley on this day last year. We hear a thought-provoking excerpt about pruning as a metaphor for life. We…
 
Today we celebrate the man who first wrote about the secateurs. We'll also learn about the Scottish botanist who established the Edinburgh "Edinbura" Botanic Garden. We hear an excerpt about planting aconites from a garden writer who adored them. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a memoir full of charming insights and reflections on gardening. And …
 
Today we celebrate the botanist who discovered the function of leaves. We'll also learn about a visionary German naturalist and polymath who recognized the power and complexity of nature as he explored Central and South America. We hear an excerpt about the power of gardening to turn a gardener into a philosopher. We Grow That Garden Library™ with …
 
Today we celebrate a British garden designer, prolific Edwardian Landscape Architect, and town planner. We'll also remember a British garden designer and architect known for his innovative gardens in Tuscany. We hear an excerpt about a fantastical garden. We Grow That Garden Library™ with one of the top books on Flower Gardening by a modern garden …
 
Today we celebrate the first woman to receive a Bachelor of Science in Forestry. We'll also remember the Academy Award-winning actress who narrated a 1990’s PBS series called Gardens of the World. We hear a sweet little garden poem that celebrates spring. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a fantastic book about gardening in the shade and the best p…
 
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