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Hosted by Jeffrey Young, founder of The Camden Clean Air Initiative and CEO of Allegra Group, each episode features an insightful conversation with interesting persons living, working, or playing within the Borough of Camden, and most of all those committed to making a positive difference and improving the quality of life in our community, Camden.
 
Learn more about the albums you love with Dissect. Analyzing one album per season, one song per episode, Dissect dives deep into albums like Childish Gambino's Because the Internet, Beyonce's Lemonade, Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly & DAMN., Kanye West's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, Frank Ocean's Blonde, and more. Let's Dissect.
 
Is it dangerous to wake a sleepwalker? Is it a good idea to pee on your leg after a jellyfish sting? Join biologists Camden and Margaret as they explore and address these scientific misconceptions and many more! With new episodes every two weeks, join the discussion of scientific misconceptions, with the hope of you learning something you didn’t already know about the world! If you have scientific misconceptions that you’d like explained or want to provide feedback to us, please email us at ...
 
Yes, there's actually a Vagina Museum. Located in London's Camden Market, the Vagina Museum is the world’s first bricks and mortar museum dedicated to vaginas, vulvas, and gynecological anatomy. We have a vision of a world where no one is ashamed of their bodies, everyone has bodily autonomy, and all of humanity works together to build a society that is free and equal. This is our podcast. Spoiler alert, it's about vaginas. In the first season of our podcast, you'll get six episodes that tak ...
 
Camden Chat is a blog where fans of the Baltimore Orioles gather to talk about the team or anything else. On the podcast, Mark and Stacey (and occasionally others) discuss the team, Major League Baseball in general, and whatever esoteric interest the conversation stumbles across.
 
What's good, Camden County, Georiga? Well we are here to tell ya! Join us as the friendly REALTORS® of Crest Realty in Georgia and Florida explore upcoming events, highlight local businesses, and shout out the genuinely good work of people in our community. Catch up with the exciting news in Kingsland, Georiga; Saint Marys, Georgia; Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, and the surrounding areas. You might even hear a little bit of local real estate market news. We can't help ourselves! Be sure to ...
 
Camden Clean Air’s podcast series, Racing Green, explores the worlds of those doing extraordinary things in the world of clean air, sustainability, and Greentech. Hosted by Jeffrey Young, founder of Camden Clean Air and CEO of Allegra Group, each episode features an insightful conversation with interesting persons from well-establish companies leading the charge towards a sustainable future as well as exciting start-ups creating inspiring and positive change.
 
What’s Love Got To Do With It? pairs six contemporary poets discussing the topic of love: CAConrad and LeAnne Howe, Alice Notley and Precious Okoyomon, and Ariana Reines and Sophie Robinson. Programmed and curated by artist Beatrice Gibson, this three-part podcast series makes sonic space in which these poets share, listen and respond to one another’s work, and features unique compositions by Crystabel Riley and Seymour Wright. What’s Love Got To Do With It? is produced by Alannah Chance and ...
 
Live and Direct is a radio show featuring disruptive, provocative, and imperative issues. It airs Wednesday nights at 6PM EST. This is the blog and podcast.The radio station is WRFR, a volunteer-driven, community-oriented, low power station broadcasting at 93.3FM out of Rockland, Maine, repeated on 99.3FM in Camden, Maine, and streaming live on the Internet at wrfr.org
 
Senior Partner Laurie Avadis distills the legal matters that affect you, all in a matter of minutes! Avadis & Co. are a young and enthusiastic firm based in the Camden area of North London. A legal dispute can be troubling and stressful. Our aim is to build a relationship with you, taking care of all your legal needs and delivering our service to the high professional standard, in a manner that suites your lifestyle. We are a firm of solicitors based in Camden, North London. We specialise in ...
 
Welcome to the website for Matinicus Wannabe, which is a radio show that hosted by me (Lock Kiermaier) and is heard on WRFR FM in Rockland, Maine on Monday evenings from 9-11 PM EST. If you live in the Rockland/Camden area, you can listen on your FM radio at either 93.3 (Rockland) or 99.3 (Camden). If you are outside the immediate Rockland/Camden area you can listen online at wrfr.org. Matinicus Wannabe is an eclectic music show that is composed of music that I enjoy. I work hard at trying t ...
 
What is happiness? What affects our happiness? How do we control it? Is it even a choice? All of these questions and more are answered in The Happiness Question, the brand-new podcast series! Discover what affects your happiness and how to be happier in your everyday life as you hear from experts from all over the country and the world! Now a part of the RedCircle family. Get a premium subscription to our show for behind the scenes posts, exclusive episodes, no ads, video versions, full vers ...
 
Two law *graduates* improve their job prospects twice weekly by taking you on a journey through all 11 seasons and 243 episodes of the seminal WB classic 7th Heaven. Taking a cue from the Gilmore Guys, Erin is a longtime viewer and avid fan of the Camden family and has seen every episode and Tanvee is just now seeing the episodes for the first time. Come along with us on this journey to the community of Glen Oak, CA and discover (or rediscover) the struggles of being the ministers kids. New ...
 
Encyclopedic Journeys: Maryland Interstate 95 Northbound rev 5 This is an audio tour guide of Northbound Interstate 95 in Maryland from the Virginia border at the Wilson bridge to the Rocky Gorge Reservoir. Topics covered include the Wilson Bridge, National Harbor, and Prince Georges County Maryland, FedEx Field, New Carrolton - The Purple Line, Central Prince Georges County, Calverton Tower, Maryland Route 200 - Intercounty Connector, Rocky Gorge Reservoir, the planned community of Columbia ...
 
The Seven Lamps of Architecture, published in May 1849, is an extended essay written by the English art critic and theorist John Ruskin. The 'lamps' of the title are Ruskin's principles of architecture, which he later enlarged upon in the three-volume The Stones of Venice. To an extent, they codified some of the contemporary thinking behind the Gothic Revival. At the time of its publication A.W.N. Pugin and others had already advanced the ideas of the Revival and it was well under way in pra ...
 
Welcome to the podcast For Arts' Sake. Here we discover what museums are really for and what people who work there really do. Above all, we find out what impact museums have on people's life. Every week we ask leading museum professionals to share their stories. These stories are about the groundbreaking work that these people do - for arts’ sake and for your sake
 
i will turn your heart into gold playing for // Splash! Festival, VICE, Bread&&Butter, Adidas, Puma, Highsnobiety, Wrangler, Zalando, Bold Berlin, BAM Berlin, Dummy Magazine, Berlin Fashion Week Studiolo, TopShop, Absolut, American Apparel, Lee Malone Photography, Studiolo clubs // The Ace Hotel (LDN), Razzamatazz (BCN), GrooveStation Dersden, Prince Charles, About Blank, Gretchen, Ya'am, Mench Meier, ACUD, St.Georg, Musik & Freiden, Burg Schnabel, Zwei Drei Raum, Keller, Rosi's, Void, Backy ...
 
The InspireCIO Leadership Network brings together leading Chief Information Officers in major cities across the U.S. to share ideas and best practices, avoid pitfalls, build community and recognize leadership excellence through local CIO of the Year ORBIE Awards.Leadership Unscripted is where InspireCIO members connect, refresh relationships and meet leading CIOs from other chapters. Every program features an inspiring 15-minute Leadership Unscripted Conversation. The topic is always leaders ...
 
HELL HAS AN EXIT Podcast is a display of resilience of the human spirit. Our host Bryan Alzate was addicted to crack and OxyContin at the age of 14. Lost and suicidal he found his own exit in hell by getting clean at 17 and involvement in a 12 step program. Since then Bryan has dedicated much of his life helping other addicts find the Exit. He is currently CEO and owner of his own drug rehab, United Recovery Project. On this show Bryan interviews individuals who have fought similar battles- ...
 
A weekly show all about audiobooks recorded at the RNIB Talking Book studios. We talk to your favourite authors and narrators, along with reviews and news about new audiobooks. Presented by Red Szell in Camden and produced by Robert Kirkwood in Glasgow, you'll find a new episode here every Friday at 1pm plus bonus content such as longer uncut interviews and episodes of our occasional extra show, The Book Group. Talking Books is a free service from RNIB giving access to over 30,000 fiction an ...
 
Filth & Pleasure; A.K.A Paul ‘Geeza’ Robertson and Craig Paxton, are Perth based but hail from London and Edinburgh respectively. Championing a more groove-lead, upbeat house & techno sound, they are heavily influenced by the likes of Mark Knight, Enrico Sangiuliano, Solardo, Camelphat, Tuff London, Eli Brown and Victor Ruiz to name a few. With previous releases on Freakin909 (Disconnected - No 12 Traxsource), Friday Records, Keep On Techno, CD-J Records, Build It Records and Speedsound, the ...
 
The Hunt Fish Journal is a educational podcast hosted by Greg Barnhart, Dan Stapleton and Jerry Everhart with a passion for promoting archery, hunting and fishing in the great outdoors. Greg Barnhart is a custom wood worker with a great love of the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Greg started shooting archery around 14 years of age and was fascinated with the flight of the arrow from his youth. Greg started Deer hunting in 1978 in the Wayne National Forest in Southern Ohio. Greg is an avid Ba ...
 
Rock & Roll Pioneers like Bill Haley, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Gene Vincent, Eddie Cochran, Wanda Jackson, Janis Martin, Ellis Lesley … changed the musical landscapes forever. Putting an end to segregation at least on the airwaves. Subcultures like The Teds in the UK, The Greasers in the US, Les Blousoins Noirs in France, Die Halbstarken in Germany changed attidude forever. Never again, was music so rebellious until P ...
 
A podcast of live political stand-up comedy. What a concept! Join Chris Coltrane as he shares the highlights from Lolitics, his friendly lefty comedy club at the Black Heart in Camden. If you like activism, libraries, compassion, and making the world a better place, then this is the podcast for you. Hours of free comedy from Chris, Josie Long, Robin Ince, Nish Kumar, Grace Petrie, Matthew Crosby, Liam Williams and more! PROTIP: Start at the most recent episode, and work backwards.
 
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Today’s Leadership Conversation features Ric Campo, CEO and Chairman of Camden Property Trust and HoustonCIO member Kristy Simonette, CIO for Camden Property Trust. Ric Campo’s strong work ethic and passion for technology have fueled his career, first with Century Development Corp to his current role at Camden, where he has been involved with over …
 
Welcome to episode twenty-seven of Hell Has an Exit Podcast with Bryan Alzate. On today’s episode, Bryan sits down with friend Louie Love. The two discuss a variety of topics, including: Growing up in Camden - one of the toughest neighborhoods in New Jersey, Shooting heroin for the first time at 14 years old, being given a 15 year prison sentence, …
 
We talk with Gemma Wright, Head of Learning at Camden Arts Centre (CAC), about the learning programmes she creates to engage learners of all backgrounds. We also learn how CAC nurtures the next generation of artists through residencies and learning programmes.
 
As more people get vaccinated for COVID-19, journalist Celeste Headlee says this time can serve as an opportunity to rethink what our personal lives could look like going forward. And, WHYY's P. Kenneth Burns tells us about one woman helping to bring more books to Camden, New Jersey's more than 70,000 residents.…
 
Economists predict a post-pandemic boom that won't benefit everyone equally. Molly Kinder, a fellow at the Brookings Institution, explains. And, COVID-19 testing has been one of the few tools that health officials have to monitor the virus. Now, the focus has shifted to vaccination efforts — but as Connecticut Public Radio's Nicole Leonard reports,…
 
Welcome to episode twenty-eight of Hell Has an Exit Podcast with Bryan Alzate. On today’s episode, Bryan sits down with friend Spectacular Blue Smith. Spectacular was Born to a celebrity performance family in the hip-hop industry, with an incredible name to match. His Father was a producer and record label executive. Growing up, everything revolved…
 
In psychologist Adam Grant's op-ed for The New York Times, Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without aim. Sociologist Corey Keyes coined that feeling as "languishing." And, a water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, came to head recently when freezing storms left residents without running wat…
 
Polaris Project CEO Catherine Chen says marginalized women and immigrants suffer violence, discrimination and racism in unregulated massage parlors where trafficking, coercion and desperation can leave them few options. She joins us. And, as summer nears, business owners across the country are reporting a shortage of help. Jill Schlesinger, CBS New…
 
The last season of the groundbreaking FX show "Pose" kicked off Sunday night. We speak with Steven Canals, Janet Mock and Ryan Murphy about the award-winning series. And, The Atlantic's Derek Thompson details the reasons some Americans are refusing to get vaccinated. He spoke to more than a dozen of them and then looked at what might change their m…
 
Flashback Episode: Year of the Cross – Episode 18: While it is easy to focus on the servant who only received one bag of silver in Jesus’ parable of the three servants, fear was something each of these servants faced. Discover what this parable teaches us about facing fear, and we can apply this truth into our lives. Join the discussion on the orig…
 
When you’re in the middle of a pandemic and make the decision to open your schools to full-time in-person learning, it’s good to know you have health experts on the payroll. South Jersey Catholic Schools have some of the most well-trained nurses working in them today. Our hosts Marianela Nunez and Mike Walsh talk to three - Shayna Benson from Saint…
 
Looking ahead to summer down the Jersey Shore with the two sets of sisters who launched @BeachImHungry in 2019, an instagram account that calls Ocean City and the surrounding area home. While, 2020 was challenging for dinging out, they have hopes that their favorites will weather the ongoing storm and be ready to welcome visitors this year.…
 
In 1986, Dr. Alla Shapiro was a first responder in the Soviet Union when the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded. She writes about the disaster in a recent op-ed. And, almost half of the 41 million white evangelical Christians in the U.S. say they won't get vaccinated. One pastor in rural Kentucky explains what he's doing to address hesitancy.…
 
Ten years ago, Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al Qaeda, the group that carried out the 9/11 attacks. We discuss the current state of the terrorist group. And, Kendrick Carmouche would be the first Black jockey to win the Kentucky Derby in 119 years if he wins on Saturday. Veteran horse racing reporter Joe Drape explains.…
 
We continue our review of this year’s CILIP Carnegie shortlist, with the author of ‘On Midnight Beach’, Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick. Red reviews a classic Victorian suspense novel, 'Lady Audley’s Secret'. Lynne Truss takes us back to the 1950s for a seaside crime caper. And we return to Marie-Louise Fitzpatrick for the Books of Your Life.…
 
Depending on where you live, you may be waking up to a chorus of bird songs. Jessie Barry, program manager at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, explains what birds to listen for in various regions. And, Ben Kuo's hobby of using satellite images to find out where photos and films were shot helped rescuers find a lost hiker in California.…
 
Year in Matthew – Episode 17: While on the way to help a synagogue leader, Jesus gets to shed light on an almost missed miracle while also setting the stage for an even more amazing miracle still to come. Discover how neither of these two miracles would be the same without each other and without Jesus drawing our attention onto God’s truth and love…
 
A recent study shows that during the pandemic, Americans' alcohol consumption rose in every age group. Vanessa Kennedy, director of clinical psychology at a Texas recovery center, explains the surge. And, a World War II-era plane was on a scientific mission when it crashed into Lake Mead in 1948. The National Park Service is taking steps to protect…
 
Some extremist hate groups use irony and absurdity to recruit new members and evade criticism. Some leading extremists have weaponized humor to spread hate, NPR's Tom Dreisbach reports. And, professor W. Steven Barnett explains how well universal pre-k works to close achievement gaps and improve educational outcomes.…
 
“Queer people and trans people have always existed and we will always exist.” In this episode, we’re exploring trans and gender-nonconforming saints, gods, and everyday people from the ancient and medieval past (and why their stories are so relevant to the present). Our guides on this journey are Dr Jonah Coman, a historian of medieval queer histor…
 
Cindy McCain, the widow of late Sen. John McCain, joins us to discuss her new memoir "Stronger." And, when William Jones III, a Black runner, relocated to Charlottesville, Virginia, he didn't see other Black runners. So he formed a diverse group who call themselves the Prolyfyck Run Crew. He explains what the running crew means to him.…
 
In his early days at the consulting firm Deloitte, where few looked or sounded like him, Juan Fernando Lopera talks about his path and the recent sea change in corporate hiring. And, Marisa Taylor lost both of her parents last April. Now, she's struggling to cover the rent for her family's apartment in the Bronx.…
 
The meat and dairy industry accounts for 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions. What would it take to reach net-zero? Here & Now's Dean Russell visits a sustainable livestock farm to find out. And, reaching President Biden's emission goals could mean retiring most or all of the nation's coal-fired power plants. Stanford University Mark Thurber joi…
 
Flashback Episode: Year of the Cross – Episode 17: When Jesus tells the disciples the parable of the ten bridesmaids, we discover within this parable some amazing ideas on how we can avoid the fate of foolish bridesmaids and being excluded from the wedding feast. Join the discussion on the original episode's page: Click Here. Listen to this episode…
 
Today’s episode topic is one few people instinctively want to consider, however, it’s one that every person should really take the time to research and remain vigilant about… and the sooner the better. Yes, even you millennials. On today’s episode we do a deep dive on end of life and estate planning: living wills, advanced directives, DNRs, power o…
 
Emily Pennington set out to visit every National Park last year. The pandemic added some complications, but she made it to all but two of them. And, meth addiction grips the brain in a way no other drug does. Psychologist Dominick DePhilippis discusses a new intervention that has been successful in treating one of the most difficult addictions to b…
 
Biden announced his plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. in half by 2030. Nathan Hultman of the Center for Global Sustainability co-authored a roadmap on how to reach that goal. And, muliple states have passed anti-protesting laws that criminalize various protest tactics. Nora Benavidez, a civil rights lawyer, joins us.…
 
International best-seller B.A. Paris discusses her latest psychological thriller ‘The Therapist’. Penny Melville-Brown introduces us to her favourite spy writer. We continue our review of this year’s CILIP Carnegie shortlist, with middle-grade sensation Jason Reynolds. And we go back to B.A. Paris for the Books of Your Life.…
 
Jack Rivlin is the founder and former CEO of the Tab — a network of student newspapers. Started while Jack was at Cambridge, the Tab hoped to bring energy, levity, and a tabloid edge to the dull and worthy university papers — and used volunteer student journalists to report on the things that actually mattered to them. It soon grew to plenty of oth…
 
A recent study shows that poor and Latino neighborhoods in the Southwestern U.S. are hotter than wealthier, whiter neighborhoods in the same cities. The study's lead author joins us. And, a new survey explores why some conservative voters are growing even more skeptical about getting COVID-19 vaccines. Republican pollster Frank Luntz talks about hi…
 
Justin Bieber's accelerated rise to success as a child star brought him years of pain — but he's figured out a way to piece his life together again. GQ's Zach Baron explains the significance of the singer's evolution. And, many police departments have implemented implicit bias training for officers. Social psychologist Jack Glaser joins us.…
 
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