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Gin & Toxic With Christina And Lily

Christina Harris & Lily Stewart

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Welcome to Gin & Toxic: a raunchy comedy podcast based around the messy sex & dating lives of two un-hinged best friends living in NYC in their 20s. Hosted by toxicity experts, Christina Harris & Lily Stewart. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter & TikTok and make sure to tell us; what's the most toxic thing you've ever done? @gintoxicpodcast on Instagram @gintoxicpodcast on Twitter @gintoxicpodcast on TikTok New episodes every Wednesday at 12PM ET. Stay toxic.
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Are you feeling BITCHEE today? Well Christina Harris sure is! Hosted by the bad-ass youtuber and native new yorker herself, the Really Bitchee Podcast delivers your weekly dose of that BITCHEE feeling, aka, the feeling of absolute unstoppable badass-ness. New episodes weekly means more shit talking of the social media industry, more shitty life advice, and of course, more interviews with badass people building their own empires. Don’t get stressed, get BITCHEE. Follow @BitcheePodcast on Twit ...
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Discussions and debates with top newsmakers about the most controversial and interesting issues impacting California, hosted by FOX 11’s Elex Michaelson and airing on several TV stations across the state.
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Max Politics is a New York politics podcast hosted by journalist Ben Max featuring in-depth interviews with elected and appointed officials, candidates, advocates, and others about New York City and State politics and policy. Get in touch: benmax25@gmail.com -------- Intro/outro music is Live-It by Ketsa. source (Free Music Archive) and license type (CC BY-NC-ND)
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A raunchy, silly, staunchly pro trans rights Harry Potter slander Harry Potter book club podcast. For those who loved Harry Potter as a kid and still do as an adult but it’s complicated now. Always looking for more perspective on the most popular book series of all time, because with great power comes great responsibility.
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Hey Human. I’m Susan Ruth. I have interesting, enlightening, in-depth conversations with people from all walks. Sometimes I agree with them, sometimes their point of view couldn’t be further from mine. The world expands and contracts in experience and conversation. I find people fascinating… every human has a story.
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Have you ever found yourself in a group of people discussing how great last night’s episode of whatever the new hit show was? Did you have any clue what they were talking about? Had you seen it? My name’s Zac and my answer is always “NO!” When it comes to the best series everyone is talking about, I’m always comically late to the party. Join me as I change that by binging some of the most iconic series in recent memory. Whether I’m reacting for the first time to some of the biggest shows eve ...
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Enhance your salon experience with the Splitting Hairs Free Salon Education Podcast, where beauty trends, technology, and engaging salon discussions come together in a weekly show. Tune in to join hosts Matt Beck, Christina Cavalcanti, Brian Haire, and Karlie Warehime for a blend of informative and entertaining content. New episodes drop every Monday at 10am EST - don't miss out! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/freesaloneducation/support
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Webby-nominated "What the Hack with Adam Levin" is true cybercrime with dad jokes. It’s a no-shame zone for anyone who’s ever been scammed, hacked, phished or cyber-bushwhacked. Every week, we feature fascinating people talking about the terrifying, annoying, embarrassing, or infuriating things they’ve experienced online. Join consumer affairs veteran Adam Levin with co-hosts Beau “Hack Me” Friedlander and Travis “Here's What Actually Happened” Taylor for a good story and tips on how to make ...
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Fraudish

Kelly Paxton

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Fraudish is a podcast to help those working in fraud. Hosted by Kelly Paxton, Certified Fraud Examiner, Private Investigator, and Pink Collar Crime Expert. Kelly is a former special agent turned investigator specializing in embezzlement and workplace dishonesty cases. Fraudish interviews outstanding fraud professionals so you can continue to move forward in your career. Origin stories, tips, resources are just some of the amazing fraud content you will hear each Tuesday.
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Kitchen Table Cult Pod

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Kitchen Table Cult unpacks all the things Kieryn and Eve learned at the kitchen tables of their childhoods in conservative Christian homeschooling families. Every week we take your questions and drill down on various topics about Quiverfull, the Religious Right, and our childhoods in high-demand groups (otherwise known as cults). We’re not surprised about the rise of Trump, Christian fascism, or evangelical white women voting for someone like Mike Pence, and we want to take you back through ...
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This Is TASTE

Aliza Abarbanel & Matt Rodbard

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If you're a fan of smart and lively conversations about food, home cooking, and culture, this is the place. We interview the most interesting characters in the world of food, media, and cookbooks and release episodes several times a month. The program is hosted by TASTE editors Aliza Abarbanel and Matt Rodbard, and is sometimes recorded live at Rizzoli Bookstore in New York City. Visit TASTE online: tastecooking.com
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Call Us When You're Dead

A Single Rose Production

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We are a new true crime podcast! Hosted By Keith & Ryan Schaap. A husband couple covering true crime stories that you may not have even heard of yet! Ryan does the research while Keith brings his witty banter and down right sass to the episodes. Enjoy all sorts of different perspectives and each season has its own theme!Please remember to rate, review, and subscribe where ever you find us at (we love those five stars y'all) but until then....Remember to Stay Strong, Do Everything With Love, ...
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Fangfiction

Lucy Hagan and Zac Benn

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Travel with us as we read through the best, worst and weirdest fanfiction from the golden age of the Internet. Every week Lucy reads infamous fanfics to Zac, who has never read fanfiction before, in an ill-advised attempt to convince him of the literary importance of transformative fiction. Buckle up baby, we've got vampires, we've got love triangles, we've got goffiks galore! MCR ROX!!!1! STOP FLAMING PREPZ!!!!11!! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Once Upon A Crime is a weekly true crime podcast that tells “the story behind the story” of real life crime. Told in a storytelling style, host Esther Ludlow digs into the details of each case to bring listeners the facts and information they won’t hear anywhere else. Esther calls on her background in criminal psychology and includes biographical details of both victims and perpetrators to fully explore the circumstances and motivations behind the most heinous crimes.
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I’m Aaron Harris. I was a partner at Y Combinator for 7.5 years and now run Magid and Company. For the last decade, I’ve been obsessed with one question: How do founders fundraise? On Asking VCs for Money, I’ll be talking to founders about…well…asking VCs for money. We’ll talk about what they actually did - the tactics and strategies that led to success - how they met investors, how they prepared their pitches, and how they negotiated term sheets. I’m going to focus on process and particular ...
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I’M SUPER EXCITED is a weekly podcast hosted by comedian Rory James featuring hilarious conversations with entertainers and media insiders covering all of the latest awesome stuff we’re excited about and laughing at. New episode released every Thursday.
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Weaving the threads of this human experience together to find truth, sovereignty & solid ground to rise from. I’m Lisa Hillyer - My path has taken me from swimming in a sea of alcohol as an Interior Designer, to a yogi practicing on the banks of the Ganges in India, to a Priestess holding new moon ceremonies & rituals with the turns of the wheel, to returning to Christ, wild crafting, making nutrient dense tallow products & living on a beautiful piece of land stewarding bees & chickens. I sh ...
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
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Perfect Timing Multisport

Mike (@ShippHappens215) and Dani (@Tiempoferprcto)

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Thinking back to that moment when nothing made sense. Like me, you may have been literally praying to get out of a situation, or asking why you were in that position to begin with! However, through time, you realized how that was the place you were supposed to be in that moment. No matter the circumstances, this very moment, otherwise known as the present, is the greatest moment because we have another chance to make things better! We have an opportunity, no, we have a responsibility to make ...
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LACIEOLOGY is a podcast discussing topics that many of us fail to speak up or bring light to. My guests and I will have girl talks, conversations women should have - as well as sex talk, the conversations we want to have. The show airs Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00AM.
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A behind the scenes look at the BYU Library! From how to become a university librarian, the history of the library, book conservation, and more, there is a topic for everyone!
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The hamburger god George Motz is back on today’s show, and it doesn’t disappoint. George is a writer, a TV host, and the guy with the cool hair and an endless well of knowledge about the hamburger. On this episode we talk about the opening of his wildly popular new NYC restaurants, Hamburger America. The first few months has brought long lines and …
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Join us in our next Design Your New Life in Retirement group program. _________________________ Today’s Building Block: Personal Growth If you’re planning for retirement, you’re well-versed in figuring out how to balance work and life. You may be tempted to think you won’t need to worry about that once you retire. But not so fast. If you’re plannin…
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“Murder in Boston” - An Interview with Adrian Walker (Bonus Episode) On October 23, 1989, 29-year-old Charles Stuart placed a 911 call to report that he and his wife, Carol, had been carjacked, driven to a secluded section of the city, robbed, and shot. A city-wide manhunt for the assailant began. But, from the start, police were suspicious about C…
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Hey it’s Arroe. Pod Fest brings together three different conversations from musicians, authors, doctors environmentalists or cooks in their own kitchen. It’s real people with real stories. Pod Fest 65 We kick things off with sports journalist Jason Reid author of the book Rise Of The Black Quarterback. Then we’re going rip out our Rock guitars and …
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Olivia works as a receptionist at a dental practice and her colleagues wholeheartedly support her singing journey. Growing up, Olivia was a musical theater enthusiast, thanks to her mother who owned a local musical theater company. Starting at 3, she graced her mother's productions, although always being cast in small roles to avoid any semblance o…
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1945. In the waning months of World War II, Japan hid vast quantities of gold, and other stolen valuables, in boobytrapped underground caches all across the Philippines. By 1947 some of that loot was recovered, not by treasure hunters, but by the United States government, which told no one about the find. Instead, those assets were stamped classifi…
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In the second of two shows on the most googled questions about God, Ruth Jackson continues her conversation with Bruce Miller, author of The 7 Big Questions: Searching for God, Truth, and Purpose. Bruce highlights some of the arguments for the existence of God and unpacks one of life’s hardest questions, looking at moral evil, natural suffering and…
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NewsNation, America's fastest-growing cable news network, today announced the launch of a new Sunday public affairs program entitled, The Hill Sunday with Chris Stirewalt on Sunday, March 3rd at 10 a.m. ET. Every Sunday, the program will feature a variety of politicians and newsmakers discussing the latest political news from the nation's capital. …
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Kieryn and Eve are joined by Anna Gazmarian to discuss her debut memoir, Doubt, which comes out on March 12, 2024. Growing up evangelical means growing up with shame much of the time. Add to that depression, anxiety, religious OCD, and bipolar, and you're in for a massive struggle of faith and self-worth.With Devout, Anna unpacks what worked and di…
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Today on the show we have a great double episode with two serious dudes in the restaurant game. Arjav Ezekiel is co-owner of Birdie’s, a beloved restaurant and wine bar located in Austin, Texas. On this episode we talk about Arjav’s immigrant upbringing in Portland, Oregon, and what brought him to the exciting world of wine. Also on the show we hav…
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Hey it’s Arroe. Pod Fest brings together three different conversations from musicians, authors, doctors environmentalists or cooks in their own kitchen. It’s real people with real stories. Pod Fest 64 We kick things off with a true Pawn Star Rick Harrison Then we’re going behind the scenes to spend some time with a real wizard the voice of so many …
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Episode No. 643 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator and art historian John P. Bowles and artist Stacy Kranitz. Along with Dennis Carr and Jacqueline Francis, Bowles is the co-curator of "Sargent Claude Johnson," a survey of the artist's career at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Calif. through Ma…
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It's exceptionally rare to see a total solar eclipse where you live, or even within driving distance, but on Monday, April 8th, millions of people in the U.S. will have that chance. Hotel rates are skyrocketing and many schools are taking the day off, but a lot of people are left wondering: Are total solar eclipses really worth the hype? When the t…
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In this episode, I’m joined by Katharina Grace, a mentor for women devoted to guiding them to return home though restoring and deepening their relationship to God. She teaches on the path of Union and Oracular Feminine Wisdom and leads women in business through devotion and maturity. She shares her experience of being a seeker of God and the differ…
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The Thundermans Return follows twins Phoebe and Max who are enjoying their superhero lifestyle in a new city, but when one ‘save’ goes awry, the Thundermans are sent back to Hiddenville. While Hank and Barb enjoy their return, Chloe develops a new friend group, and Billy and Nora begin a normal high school life, Max and Phoebe are determined to reg…
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Codependency: something we have both experienced in relationships before (unfortunately). Today, we’re talking all about codependency and how you can overcome these patterns. Codependency in romantic relationships can manifest itself in many different ways, such as insecurity and control issues, and it can stem from relationships with flawed founda…
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As of February 2024, Ukraine solemnly marks two years of a full-scale invasion, which has a devastating impact on children and their families. HarperCollins Children’s Books and Creative Artists Agency (CAA) are joining forces with Endless OS Foundation and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) to translate and bring many celebrated and New York…
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This week, the outstanding Matt Palmer returns to guest co-host and cover all the big new releases: Ariana, Mariah, Beyonce, Timberlake, and Normani. Matt and Rory bond over choosing their own realities, getting anxious while gambling, and getting mad on vacation. Subscribe and follow us at @superexcitedpod Follow Rory: @itsRORYjames Follow Matt: @…
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E396 Kineret Sherman was forty-three when she was diagnosed with Stage II rectal cancer. After holistic options failed and became Stage III, she opted for more traditional options, but no one told her about the toll it would take on her – more specifically, how she would need to adjust as a sexual being. She […]…
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Thanks for being part of the conversation I am the Poet In The Forest. A children series I penned out in the 1990s. None of it would be possible if it wasn’t for this forest in South Charlotte, NC. I talk about it so much that I thought maybe it’s time you get to meet all that inspires me. Thanks for being part of the conversation…
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Grace Rauh, executive director of the 5Boro Institute, joined the show to discuss the think tank's new child care policy report and key steps to ensure affordable child care for all New Yorkers, as well as other issues the Institute has been working on including city government staffing challenges, and more. (Ep 435)…
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Osaka Popstar is the pop-punk music and art project of singer/producer John Cafiero, long-time Misfits & Ramones collaborator and platinum selling film and video director. The critically acclaimed debut album “Osaka Popstar & the American Legends of Punk” features frontman Cafiero with a revolving lineup of punk-rock legends as guests in his backin…
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Pod Crashing Episode 297 With Allison Flom From Erased: The Murder Of Elma Sands Twenty-two-year-old Elma Sands is found murdered in a Manhattan well on January 2, 1800. Her lover, wealthy and well-connected Levi Weeks, is accused of the barbaric offense. Weeks brings in the nation's best legal defense team - none other than Alexander Hamilton and …
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The day before his discharge from the Army, General Garrett Sinclair is freed from Ft. Leavenworth Disciplinary Barracks by his former Delta Force operative, Jake Mahegan. Meanwhile, his imprisoned teammates are released from Naval incarceration by a manipulative tech magnate, Mitch Drewson, solely for the purpose of having Sinclair and his Dagger …
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Kanchan Koya will forever change how you look at your spice drawer. The chef, author, podcast host, and nutrition coach has a PhD in biomedical sciences from Harvard Medical School, which she uses to champion the science-backed benefits of ancient spices. We invited her into the studio for a truly fascinating conversation answering our many questio…
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Inspired by Sounds Like a Cult podcast, we dive into how Harry Potter, fandom in general, and The Restricted Section itself are cults. Email us at restrictedsectionpod@gmail.com to tell us what you thought of Harry Potter Sounds Like a Cult or even what you think of us! We’d love to read your email on the show. Be sure to subscribe to know right aw…
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Hey it’s Arroe. Pod Fest brings together three different conversations from musicians, authors, doctors environmentalists or cooks in their own kitchen. It’s real people with real stories. Pod Fest 63 We kick things off with an unforgettable singer songwriter that fronts the 4th most successful band of all time Jason Sheff from Chicago Then we’re r…
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Thank you for being part of the conversation. This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 615 with actor Tim Blake Nelson and Director Henry Nelson from Asleep In My Palm. Asleep in My Palm explores the nature of parenthood and class in America as a father and daughter live off the grid in rural Ohio …
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With many musicians in her family, Claudia B. grew up immersed in music, studying piano, singing in church choir and, in her early teens fronting two rock bands. Hungry for more, Claudia skipped her senior year in high school by attaining her GED in order to attend Berklee College of Music. At Berklee, she studied songwriting, vocal performance and…
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This heartfelt and wry career memoir from the director of Blood Diamond, The Last Samurai, Legends of the Fall, About Last Night, and Glory, creator of the show thirtysomething, and executive producer of My So-Called Life, gives a dishy, behind-the-scenes look at working with some of the biggest names in Hollywood."I'll be dropping a few names," Ed…
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Have you every felt like a big fool after you got taken advantage of? Haven't we all! But don't worry because there are reasons for why we are all fooled and what we can do to prevent it. This week on Fraudish Kelly speaks with Dan Simons and Chris Chabris who are experts in why and how people are fooled and how to prevent it. Chris and Dan have wr…
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SNAP food assistance is a lifeline for more than 40 million Americans experiencing food insecurity. In a growing trend, criminals are targeting major security lapses in SNAP fund distribution, stealing millions in aid, so we asked this week’s guests how we can put a stop to it. “What the Hack with Adam Levin” is available wherever you get your podc…
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Hey it’s Arroe. Pod Fest brings together three different conversations from musicians, authors, doctors environmentalists or cooks in their own kitchen. It’s real people with real stories. Pod Fest 62 We kick things off with an unforgettable singer songwriter and actress Queen Latifah Then we’re stepping up the tempo while stepping back to a conver…
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In history, there have been several monarchs known as “Mad Kings” - monarchs who were plagued by erratic and even violent behavior often attributed to mental illness. King Eric the XIV of Sweden is one such ruler. While intellectually brilliant, King Eric suffered from extreme paranoia, which led to erratic, violent, and even murderous behavior. So…
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I’m CT… When I’m not busy being Arroe the podcaster, I live in the real world. Everybody has to have a job. Mine is C.S. Customer Service. Solutions, relationships while keeping my team motivated to keep a constant connection with each guests who’s chosen to stop their day to visit our location. Episode 117 The Week Of Christmas, Oats Recalled And …
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Pod Crashing Episode 296 With Mary Kay McBrayer From The Greatest True Crime Stories Ever Told The Greatest True Crime Stories Ever Told is an anthology podcast series of the most layered and engrossing true crime stories about female killers, cops, scientists, lawyers, scammers, activists, and more. Hosted by true crime writer Mary Kay McBrayer, t…
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Look ‘N Up Invasion is not your typical science-fiction story, but this coming-of-age debut novel does create a fresh look at celebrating diversity by imagining a world without it. It is a world with “no other” – no other race or religion, no other ideas, no choice, no new DNA, and no escape. Smith, a child of a liberal 1960s household, uses her bo…
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In our newest episode of the Splitting Hairs Free Salon Education Podcast, hosts Matt Beck, Christina Cavalcanti, Brian Haire, and Karlie Warehime dive into a mix of thought-provoking and trendy topics that are currently shaping the hairdressing and beauty industry. This episode is a treasure trove of insights, discussions, and a bit of fun that we…
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Matthew Schneier is currently the chief restaurant critic at New York magazine and previously reported on fashion and culture at The Cut and the New York Times. Matthew joined us in the studio to talk about the job he took over a little more than six months ago. We discuss putting his own unique stamp on the coverage, what he looks for in both old …
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Let’s delve into one of your most important and longest running relationships – your relationship with food. Like all relationships, it’s emotional. Dr. Jud Brewer joins us to discuss his new book The Hunger Habit:Why We Eat When We’re Not Hungry and How to Stop. He shares how to practice mindfulness, replace judgment with curiosity, change your ha…
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Himanshu Suri is best known by his rap name Heems. We wanted to have Heems on not just because we are a fan of his former group Das Racist (you may remember their song “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell”) but because we wanted to talk to him about Punjabi food. About growing up in Queens. About his new passion for gardening. Check out his very co…
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Bill Melugin on the situation at the border, how Texas and California are handling the crisis differently, the failed senate border bill. Rep. Dean Phillips (D-MN) on his primary challenge to President Biden, Biden's chances against former president Trump and a possible unity ticket with Nikki Haley. Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) on her run for senate, …
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