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Celest is a geek that loves anatomy, neuroscience and biomechanics. She miraculously acquired her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2009, despite dropping out of school at 16. She found learning at school really tough, however now credits her ability to make complex concepts easy to grasp, down to her learning struggles. She runs regular education based workshops where she takes current scientific research, anecdotal evidence from senior healthcare providers and applies them to movement discipl ...
 
Young adulthood can be complicated to say the very least. Sofia Celesté is bringing the big sister energy everyone needs throughout this chapter! From girl chats to advice to predictions about who will win this season of Drag Race, no subject is off limits. Tune in and listen to what this twenty-something has to say! ⋆˙⟡♡
 
CelesteTheTherapist is a weekly conversation with Celeste Viciere a licensed mental health clinician and a guest who is doing things to empower the lives of others. The goal is to help you shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste wants to help people have hope and not give up on themselves and their future. Twice a month, Celeste and executive coach Jeff Grey answer your questions about relationships.
 
Exploring our Spirit to understand our lives. I am on the journey with you. As a mystic, I have a deep inner life that brings a rich sense of oneness. Together, we will explore spiritual practices, philosophies, religions, spirituality, life stories, insights, spiritual teachers and more! Let’s have fun awakening to our True Self!
 
How do you do the emotional healing work so many of the gurus are talking about? The work that comes after you have done therapy? This podcast is for the woman who has healed from her trauma but still finds it hard to be around people, may be over-functioning in her relationships and may identify as having CPTSD. Through examples and stories, we will talk about how to reconnect with yourself, stop over-functioning in relationships and find a community to really support you in becoming an emo ...
 
Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode features an artist discussing a song of theirs, breaking down the sounds and ideas that went into the writing and recording. Hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway.
 
The Confessions of a Bikini Pro Podcast is the only place where IFBB Bikini Pros share their struggles, strategies, stories, insights, and advice in a real, raw, and vulnerable setting. Host, Celeste Rains-Turk, dives into the parts of these professionals' lives that aren't always openly discussed in the public eye or on social media (You know, the stuff we tend to wonder about the most). The goal of this podcast is to educate, inspire, and remind other competitors, athletes, or the average ...
 
You spend a quarter of your life at work. You should enjoy it! Organizational psychologist Adam Grant takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most unusual professionals to discover the keys to a better work life. From learning how to love your rivals to harnessing the power of frustration, one thing’s for sure: You’ll never see your job the same way again. Produced in partnership with Transmitter Media.
 
Life is an art. Why not make it your masterpiece? That's exactly what the Simply Celeste Podcast is about. The Simply Celeste Podcast will be on personal growth, lifestyle design, entrepreneurship , business, mental health and all topics having to do with enhancing your life to create your best self, and dream life.
 
This is the journey of Celeste Hartwell through Silent Meditation retreats. Listen along to the wildly uncomfortable sharing of the deep healing journey and profound changes one women lived through as she navigated her internal world to change her entire world.
 
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Celeste Reynolds

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GeoSpeaks is a Podcast about geography. Thousands of high school students take AP Human Geography each year and learn about the world. This station is a way for students to highlight and discuss many topics that are discussed in their class over the year.
 
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Celeste Durve + Kelsi Kitchener

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What’s the sexiest thing? Intelligence. We’re Kelsi Kitchener and Celeste Durve, co-founders of The VIPER Girls. We built a team of the smartest and sexiest girls in the country; but our show is for both men and women. Join us and our legendary guests as we explore the important, sometimes uncomfortable, conversations with one main theme: growth. We deliver thought-provoking self-development content and promise to make you laugh along the way.In each episode, we both evolve. You grow and we ...
 
As a millennial mother of 4, wife, full time pharmacist, realtor and real estate investor, everything I do is for my family and my legacy. I’m sharing advice about relationships & marriage, growing a family, creating wealth, and the struggles and victories of them all through life’s journey. Be sure to subscribe!!! To donate and help sustain future episodes: anchor.fm/italiaceleste/support Follow on Instagram: ItaliaCeleste Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/italiaceleste/support
 
The LCB Podcast, where we deal with the LCB Awards, as our first foray – as a website – into the Podcasting world. All three creators behind the site got together via Skype and discussed each of the awards. We think it’s worth a listen. Those who don’t speak Castellano might cry foul but hey we can’t please everyone, but we suspect if you are following the Uruguay national team you already speak and understand Spanish. A future podcast in English is probably in the works… maybe. So if you ha ...
 
Ask Me Out? is a podcast about dating and love adventures from a single female perspective. We share our personal experiences of dating in Los Angeles as well as other guest's experiences from across the country Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askmeout/support
 
Hysteria 51 is a weekly podcast that takes an every-man approach to the World of the Weird - UFOs, Aliens, Mysteries, Conspiracies, the Paranormal, the Unusual, and the Unexplained. Hosts Brent Hand, David Flora, and Conspiracy Bot (a cranky robot bent on world domination who also happens to be the show’s head researcher) examine a different topic each week and generally come to one conclusion…the truth is out there, but you won’t find it here.
 
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The purpose of CelesteTheTherapist is to help shift the way you think. Many times, we get stuck in a negative cycle and struggle with getting out. Celeste will interview guests from different backgrounds who empower people in different capacities. In this episode, Celeste is with Outreach Project Manager for the HOPE Initiative at Bunker Hill Commu…
 
Ships went sailing often, and most of the time they would return home, but there was the occasion where they would be sunk, lost at sea, and sometimes they would be unlucky enough to run across pirates. Whatever happened to the ships, the crew would fall to the same fate. Except in the case of Mary Celeste. She would set sail one day with a full an…
 
Happy New Year!!! Here is the First Mix for 2023 for YOUR listening enjoyment! Recorded LIVE from my online show The Celestial Odyssey. This is year #16 for The Celestial Odyssey and I would Like to say THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT OVER THE YEARS! Remember you can catch me live Every Saturday 3-5pm (cst), 4-6pm (est) exclusively at Twitchtv.co…
 
New Orleans launched their bike share program, Blue Bikes, in 2017 in partnership with a for-profit bike share company called Social Bicycles, beginning with 700 pedal bicycles. Geoff Coats was hired to run the program. Soon after, Uber bought out Social Bicycles (which by then had changed its name to Jump) and Blue Bikes flourished: by 2020, the f…
 
January 27th marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. On this day in 1945, Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp, was liberated. The Remembrance Day is a day to commemorate the 6 million Jewish lives that were lost at the hands of the Nazi German regime, and the millions of other Europeans the Nazis saw as racially inferior. This in…
 
Back in 2015, #OscarsSoWhite was first mentioned on Twitter in response to the 20 acting nominations for the Academy Awards all going to white actors. The popularity of the hashtag put a spotlight on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for their lack of recognition of the work of non-white actors and artists. This resulted in a multi-ye…
 
Our weekly panel chat is back! NPR’s Code Switch hosts B.A. Parker and Lori Lizarraga join us to discuss the week’s pop culture news. We cover the Academy Award nominations, cultural expectations for tipping and a man who survived off of ketchup while lost at sea. Then, Maintenance Phase co-host Aubrey Gordon tells us about her new book ‘You Just N…
 
Today I speak with IFBB Pro Yurika Shigemoto, a posing coach and a full time registered nurse at an acute care hospital. She started competing in 2015 and then took time off to complete nursing school. She returned to the stage in 2018 at the Hawaii Pro/NPC Pacific Islands where she won the Overall. In 2020, she competed at North Americans where sh…
 
According to the Gun Violence Archive, there have been 40 mass shootings in the U.S. since the start of 2023. Their frequency makes it difficult for the deadliest mass shootings to capture the attention of the national conversation for more than a few days. According to a study conducted back in 2017 by Media Matters America, cable news outlets cov…
 
The paintings produced by artist Titus Kaphar have become some of the most coveted pieces of art in America. His paintings – which reimagine the people included in American history – are displayed in museums from Seattle to New York City, and at auction, they’ve fetched hundreds of thousands of dollars. But the message of the Michigan-born artist’s…
 
We are 26 days into 2023, and the United States has already experienced 40 mass shootings, as of today Thursday morning. California, a state with some of the nation’s toughest gun laws, has suffered three mass shootings in less than a week. In Monterey Park, California on Saturday, a man with a gun killed 11 people, and injured nine. On Monday, the…
 
Amsterdam-based DJ Antal Heitlager needs little introduction. As a co-founder of Rush Hour—a globally respected label and distributor of rare and collectable records—he has been disseminating his distinct vision for buoyant house, hip-hop, disco and more for over two decades.For this special edition of the RA Exchange, the artist and entrepreneur i…
 
The ‘La Brega’ podcast, hosted by Alana Casanova-Burgess comes back with season two, and they are bringing you the Puerto Rican experience in eight songs. Alana dropped by The Takeaway to talk about all things La Brega and shared with us some music that made us get up and dance. Listen to 'La Brega' wherever you listen to podcasts. Alana told us, "…
 
Being able to take an unlimited amount of time off of work, while still getting paid, sounds like a dream. “Unlimited-Paid-Time-Off” was supposed to make that happen, but as it turns out, there are unspoken rules to unlimited. The Takeaway speaks with, Rainesford Stauffer. Columnist for Teen Vogue's Work in Progress column and author of the upcomin…
 
In a recent interview on The Takeaway, Kamau Franklin said, "What seems to be underreported is that even at the beginning of the protest against Cop City, when people were doing demonstrations and marches on city sidewalks, we would have at the end of those demonstrations, police jumping in the middle of them and arresting people for just standing …
 
When a debate over gas stove regulation blew up this month, it revealed that Americans have a deep affinity for these kitchen appliances. But like “natural” gas, it’s all rooted in marketing that the gas industry has fostered over decades as part of its efforts to combat the rise of electric and renewable energy. Research into the health risks of g…
 
Dozens of men incarcerated in Texas state prisons are entering week 3 of a hunger strike protesting the state’s practice of solitary confinement. We speak with Paul Flahive, accountability reporter for Texas Public Radio, about the hunger strike. We also hear from Brittany Robertson, an independent activist working with the hunger strikers in Texas…
 
Noah Kahan is a singer and songwriter from Strafford, Vermont. Last year, in 2022, he released Stick Season, his third record. The title track from that record went viral on TikTok when Noah was first writing it, and posting pieces of it. One of those videos has over 10 million plays. And as of this recording, on Spotify, the full song has almost 1…
 
Vincent and Len review (43:20) The Liberation of LB Jones (1970) starring Roscoe Lee Browne, Lola Falana, and Lee J Cobb; directed by 3-time Oscar winner William Wyler and 70s television action hero Lee Majors, whose career fills the top of the show and the back with the Men's thoughts on The Six Million Dollar Man and his 80s follow-up, The Fall G…
 
Ah, winter in Chicago. Grey skies... Malört in every hand... Mothman taking the time to frighten us all just by taking a break. Flora brings us 2 stories of Mothman in Chicago this week and Brent regales us with a story of what might be the dumbest criminal of all time. All that and more this week on Blurry Hysteria! News Stories Mentioned: Mothman…
 
Alexander was a prodigy in all things military and administrative, as unaccountably great in his own field as Mozart was in music or Michelangelo in art. By age 32, he had conquered the mightiest empire ever known and extended the boundaries of his kingdom to the edges of the known world. Against men, beasts, and entire armies, Alexander never lost…
 
We’ve just passed the two year anniversary of the inauguration of President Joe Biden. So how are the American people grading him, halfway through? It’s time for a look back at the accomplishments and setbacks of those first two years — and to consider what they mean for a potential Biden-2024 run. We speak with Julian Zelizer, professor of history…
 
When Congress passed the The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) in 1990, it was seen as a "landmark" human rights legislation. The act was supposed to help return the human remains and funerary objects collected from Native American burial sites that were looted and taken to museums, universities and agencies during the…
 
Welcome to episode 3 of the “Intelligent Movement” on the “Love at First Science” Podcast where Cathy Madeo and I talk about Cathy’s journey and how after a severe spine injury she started to question the narrative behind the yoga world and how she faced the many challenges she had in life. ----------------------------------------------------------…
 
Claude Steele is one of the most influential social psychologists of all time. As a Stanford professor, he’s best known for his groundbreaking research on how the threat of being stereotyped undermines our performance. Adam talks with Claude about why the mere possibility of being stereotyped affects us, how we can protect ourselves from the harmfu…
 
Conflict, repression, economic circumstances, drought, and famine have driven the migration of nearly 2 million people from Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East to Southern Europe in the last decade. Migrants all over the world have died and gone missing at alarming rates. In the past decade, this endless tragedy has plagued the Mediterranean Sea…
 
Wajahat Ali, columnist for The Daily Beast, and author of Go Back to Where You Came From: And Other Helpful Recommendations on How to Become American, begins his book with humorous responses to “fan mail.” “Go back to where you came from!” writes one fan, to which Wajahat responds “Fremont, California! I’d love to but I can’t afford the rent. I’m p…
 
For well over a decade, rural hospitals have been in crisis. Since 2010, 141 hospitals in rural communities have closed. And although they’ve been struggling financially for years, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed them to the brink with a record 19 closures in 2020 alone. And while pandemic-era federal aid stopped some of these rapid closures, much of …
 
On January 3rd, Kenan Anderson returned to the familiarity of L-A for what was supposed to be a short visit. He’d recently set out to embark on a new professional career: that of educator as a high school English teacher in Washington, D-C. Kenan hoped to collect a few belongings left behind in the city after the move to his new home. Instead, the …
 
Episode 251: In the rural area known as Drummond Township, near Perth, Ontario, about a mile north of the village of Balderson’s Corners, in the early morning hours of December 10, 1828, what appeared to be an accidental fire resulted in the deaths of Thomas Easby’s wife and four eldest children. Only a month later, it was the word of Thomas’s only…
 
Polarized thinking, also known as black and white thinking is a thought pattern that makes people think in absolutes. It is all or nothing. Life usually is lived in the grey areas. This raises the question why do people with Complex PTSD find themselves thinking in black and white? What are the problems that polarized thinking causes? and How can o…
 
As we have learned time and time again, your life can change in an instant. Even knowing that though it is still shocking to find out how quickly things can go south. A family would attend their church one day, head home and turn in for the night, with plans for the next morning. Only the next morning would never come for them.…
 
How has entertainment television in the U.S. reckoned with the reversal of Roe vs. Wade? A report from Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) at the University of California—San Fransisco found that for the first time in a decade, at least one third of shows in 2022 actually depicted barriers to abortion access. While it's progress…
 
Welcome to the Celestial Insights Podcast, the show that brings the stars down to Earth! Each week, astrologer, coach, and intuitive Celeste Brooks of Astrology by Celeste will be your guide. Join Celeste for her wonderful Moon Mastery program! Book a private astrology reading or horary consultation. Download Celeste's free guide to help understand…
 
Omegle is an online platform where strangers from across the world are paired together for video and text chats. In March of 2022, The United Nations’ Human Rights Council launched a special cyber investigation into the platform and found that many adult men use the site as a space for sexual activity. The site, which collects no identifying inform…
 
Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn — the duo behind the electronic pop outfit, Sylvan Esso — have been creative partners for over a decade. Their fourth and latest album, "No Rules Sandy," sees them attempt to shed the pressures of global fame, get out of their own heads, and break the rules they realized had been holding them back. "No Rules Sandy" was…
 
The North Carolina General Assembly convened last week for the start of its new legislative session. Republicans sit on the cusp of a supermajority that would give them the power to override any veto handed down from the Democratic Governor Roy Cooper. And they’ve got their eyes set on abortion. Some of that support could come from the Democratic s…
 
In the final installment of our “Undercover” series, we head to the movies (or just your living room couch)! Some of today’s biggest films and TV shows are adaptations of books. So what does it take to make a written story just as evocative on-screen? Can the movie *ever* be as good as the book? We take you inside the creative process for series li…
 
Today I speak with Haitian IFBB Pro Sophia Bernard, a transportation litigation/ regulatory lawyer, an avid blogger, traveler, and former NCAA Division 2 track athlete. She started competing in 2019, in the NGA. In November of 2020, she did her first NPC show at The Klash where I placed 1st in Novice and 3rd in open. After taking some time to grow,…
 
The Men of Micheaux + Ariell and Charlyn review episodes 3 and 4 of FX-Hulu's Kindred, which both feature a lot of Kevin and not much of Dana. The kid gloves are off starting with this review, folks - buckle up! Rate & Review The Mission on Apple - Help us get to 200 reviews! Email micheauxmission@gmail.com Follow The Mission on IG, Twitter @michea…
 
We’re beginning our “23 Mayors in 2023” series and heading to Louisville, Kentucky! Mayor Craig Greenberg was elected in November, and just took office after a campaign in which he survived a politically motivated shooting at his campaign office. His background is as a lawyer and an entrepreneur who co-founded a luxury hotel chain and served as its…
 
Author : L. X. Beckett Narrator : Amy Kelly Host : Valerie Valdes Audio Producer : Summer Brooks “The Hazmat Sisters” appeared in Asimovs in July 2021 and was a finalist for their Reader’s Choice award. It’s one of three novellas that appeared in the 2020-2021 window that are all set in the same universe […] Source…
 
Lawmakers in the 118th Congress now face a clash in the House of Representatives that could bring the American economy to the brink of crisis — the fight over raising the debt ceiling. In a letter sent to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy last week, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned that the United States government will reach its debt limit of abo…
 
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