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The Alpha and Omega of competitive Bolt Action discussion! Join Topher, Dan, Pete and Sheffield monthly as we talk shop about our very favourite Wargame! Bolt Action is a 28mm tabletop wargame set in the midst of World War 2, supported and distributed by Warlord Games. Sit back, relax and listen in as we wax lyrical about our games, experiences, events and all of the comings and goings of one of the best tabletop wargames in the world. Not forgetting a fair amount of banter and insults throw ...
 
Art of War - The Competitive 40k Network presents the Art of War and Art of War Down Under podcasts. Art of War - Strategy and tactics, as well as discussion with the best players on the planet. Your Hosts, Nick Nanavati and John DeMaris. Art of War Down Under - Review and disection of content from some of the sharpest minds in the game. Your host Adam Camilleri
 
New Zealand Powerlifting podcast by two of New Zealand's biggest personalities in Powerlifting. Greg Turrell is the President of GPCNZ and Jackson Hinch is one half of the Wolfpack Strong, a premier strength coaching team offering world class coaching and events. Join them as they interview local and international guests including athletes, coaches, organisers and historical legends of the sport.
 
Momentous is a nutrition company dedicated to empowering the relentless pursuit of progress in human health and performance. We started this podcast in order to share our access to athletes, entrepreneurs, experts, and anyone that can help us, and our listeners, pursue progress in any form. Hosted by our Momentous founder and CEO Matt Wan, we hope this can be a resource that helps you reach your goals. Tune in each Wednesday for a new episode as we are joined by some incredible people who sh ...
 
The How Does That Happen Podcast spotlights the craziest record holders, wannabe-record holders and should-be record holders. Co-hosts Marc Yaffee and Dave Mencarelli interview men and women who’ve claimed some of the most unusual records and highlight people whose “achievements” aren’t in any record books but should be. From a mother of four competitive eating champion to a Minnesota man trying to become the worst rated Uber driver, the How Does That Happen podcast is two regular guys inter ...
 
Welcome to Critical Clix: An Adult Podcast for the Competitive Heroclix Player, hosted by Scott “CramCompany” Cramton and PJ "The Kilted Clixman" Bolin. Critical Clix is a polished podcast that helps players break the meta every week. This show mixes Tier 1 player interviews with intense, high level, competitive Heroclix analysis and dick jokes. Strategies are not withheld, punches are not pulled, the hosts are made fun of repeatedly, and this happens every week with one goal in mind—to help ...
 
Welcome to the "X-2 Drop" Podcast. Where we discuss the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. Check us out every Monday! If you want to be a part of the discussion join the discord:https://discord.gg/yJfdXAaIf you like what we talk about check us out on:YouTube:www.youtube.com/tryhardbingo www.youtube.com/theduelfactory Twitter:twitter.com/BingohhhHDSee ya next time.
 
Is capitalism the engine of destruction or the engine of prosperity? On this podcast we talk about the ways capitalism is—or more often isn’t—working in our world today. Hosted by Vanity Fair contributing editor, Bethany McLean and world renowned economics professor Luigi Zingales, we explain how capitalism can go wrong, and what we can do to fix it. Cover photo attributions: https://www.chicagobooth.edu/research/stigler/about/capitalisnt
 
The weekly podcast about happiness, creativity, and the human condition. It's us, Ali and Taimur Abdaal, occasionally joined by guests, talking about things to help us think, do, and be better. Things like social interaction, lifestyle design, mental models... Things that are hard to examine, but important to explore. And hopefully, things that make for a fun and interesting chat every week. We'd love for you to join us.
 
Being over 40 can make getting healthy and fit much harder. The 40+ Fitness Podcast is designed to address various health, fitness, and nutrition topics with you in mind. Your host, Allan Misner wants to encourage, educate and entertain you as you travel on your health and fitness journey. Lose weight over 40. Get fit over 40.
 
Learn how to use digital transformation to differentiate, educate, build trust, improve competitive positioning, close sales faster without compromise, and scale revenue growth. Get step-by-step insights on how to build a media company for your niche that positions your brand and your team to win in today’s hypercompetitive marketplace. The primary audience is CEOs of U.S.-based B2B technology startups and scaleups that work in and around data centers, AI SaaS, and accounting and finance tec ...
 
This course focuses on an applied analysis of competition. Important concepts from industrial organization, game theory, product life-cycle analysis, and industry evolution are discussed. Additionally, important characteristics of network industries such as network effects and standard setting are considered. The concept of competition used in this course is interpreted broadly and also encompasses the analysis of strategic cooperation between firms.
 
Listen to business adventures and learn capital strategies that explain how money has been invested, measured, tracked, and sourced creating companies that have achieved their CEO's vision. Ambitious CEOs and business owners share a common drive to maximize the potential of their organization. If your goal is to increase per-share value this podcast is for you.
 
Idols, heroes, icons. Today, we often forget that the modern-day sportsman is so much more than an athlete. Athletes have other lives - often many other career chapters away from the sporting field – just like the rest of us. To be an athlete is just one part of who they are. In Athletes: The Other Side, host and former head of Media Relations for the World Anti-Doping Agency, Ben Nichols explores the lives and achievements of athletes away from sport so that you can learn more about the sto ...
 
The Fenced In podcast is, in essence sports and fencing framed in a light, conversational piece. The show is hosted by two GB international fencers, Ben Peggs and Christopher Mollard, who have the added dynamic of being coach and student. They share their experience as well as their tried and tested ideas of how to continue to improve in this technical sport that we all remain so passionate about, through lockdown and beyond. With nearly 30 years of knowledge between them, Chris and Ben disc ...
 
With so many responsibilities and priorities in life, sometimes it's hard to make time for yourself... let alone your personal development. With a new 2 minute self-improvement tip every single day, this podcast cuts to the chase and helps you CONSISTENTLY learn real ways to pursue your potential. Tens of thousands of people have used Self Improvement Daily to level up their habits, restore their confidence, and discover a more fulfilled self. And you can too! All you have to do is invest 2 ...
 
Unique Competitions, Extraordinary Events and other Amazing Adventures. We aim for weird and wonderful, and we share the stories of champions and organizers from some of the world's most obscure events. From Heavy Metal Knitting to Barstool ski racing, to the search for the World's Ugliest Dog - we hope our listeners will add these events to their bucket lists and start seeking the odd and unusual in life.
 
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Narrative magazine publishes works by established and emerging writers. Their annual Tell Me A Story high school writing competition is usually an essay contest, but this year was open to poetry submissions. Westminster senior Sarah Lao was this year’s first prize winner with her poem “Triptych.” Lao was also the 2020 Teen Georgia Poet Laureate. Sa…
 
After a week away, we’re back with a typically wide-ranging episode. Our discussion ranges from toxic productivity to mindsets around competition and competitiveness to how we should frame the abstract nature of work that we ‘have’ to do. Ali’s also looking for a name for his new stationary brand so if you have any suggestions then please send them…
 
The constructed meta is fresh and our hosts break down some of the top decks to see which are doing well and what you should avoid for ladder play! After this it is time to discuss all things Expedition related, strengths of the regions, which champs are preferred and what to think about during your picks. Following this breakdown Maitland and Simo…
 
Joining me as someone who I had an awkward conversation with about a decade ago. I think he would say the same about that day. He was in his early twenties and didn’t have much to say. Well, 10 years later, he’s written a book and has a successful business. I want to find out how he made such a transformation.David Spinks is the co-founder of CMX H…
 
Alison Dachner, management professor at John Carroll University, and Erin Makarius, management professor at the University of Akron, say that an organization can become more competitive by implementing a stronger offboarding process. Their research shows that similar to the way universities maintain alumni networks, an offboarding strategy keeps fo…
 
In this episode of the Competitive Warhammer 40k Podcast we cover everything you need to know about the new Drukhari Codex. We cover the different ways to build a Drukhari army list, some of the top units, characters, abilities and stratagems. If you are a Drukhari player then you will love this episode as there is so much to be excited about in re…
 
The Atlanta City Council says it’s cracking down on what it calls “nuisance properties.” Specifically, restaurants that have been masquerading as nightclubs, according to District 11 Councilwoman Marci Collier-Overstreet. She told WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress that several restaurants with late-night alcohol servings and overcrowd…
 
Sam and Emma host Richard Yeselson. strategic campaigner and editorial board member at Dissent Magazine, to discuss his recent essay in Jacobin "The Defeat at Amazon and the Union Fights to Come.” They contextualize what happened in Bessemer within broader Union history, explore how the Democrats’ failure to push for Union Card Check has led to a p…
 
Paul Theroux talks to Tom Sutcliffe about his latest novel “Under The Wave At Waimea” set in Hawaii where he now lives. Published just as he’s celebrated his 80th birthday - it uses surfing as an allegory for consideration of ageing, contemplation, writing, reading and reflecting on his professional and personal life. The conversation ranges across…
 
Signs of an economic boom are emerging as Americans open up their wallets to spend freely. Retail sales soared 9.8% in March, according to a report Thursday from the Commerce Department. The increase follows a 2.7% slump in February, which analysts blamed partly on severe winter weather. The surge is being fueled by shoppers flush with cash from $1…
 
Amina McIntyre describes herself as a “womanist artist minister,” and writes about Southern, Black life and the diaspora. Her new play, “A Good Day,” tells the story of a Black family’s journey of resilience through the Families First organization. McIntyre joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes via Zoom to talk about the Out of Hand Theatre play a…
 
Matt Terrell describes his new cooking and lifestyle show, “Living The Dream,” as “Martha Stewart meets Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.” The chef brings fun and creativity to his genre, with a cooking philosophy of “minimum effort with maximum pleasure.” He also brings a lot of Atlanta into the mix, with guest roles played by his friends and neighbors, and fe…
 
CNN. ABC News. The New York Times. Fox News. Those are the publishers of four of the five most popular Facebook posts of articles about the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine this week. They’re ranked 2-5 in total interactions, according to data from the tracking tool Crowdtangle. Number one however, isn’t from a news organization. Or a government …
 
One recent tweet from New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand — along with its reams of snarky responses — sums up a key divide over infrastructure in Washington right now. “Paid leave is infrastructure. Child care is infrastructure. Caregiving is infrastructure,” she wrote. This prompted a wave of backlash, particularly from conservatives — writer Christ…
 
The world is going to need more batteries. A lot more batteries. Every major automaker is preparing to pivot from gas and diesel cars to electric and hybrid ones. Ford F-150s and Kia crossovers, Volkswagen hatchbacks and BMW sedans: They’ll all plug in instead of fill up. It’s a remarkable transformation that will change the way we drive and shake …
 
The Allen Entrepreneurial Institute, founded by philanthropist Bill Allen, provides support to minority and women-owned businesses. Matt Hampton, a member of Allen’s investment team, said a new project in Stonecrest will help boost businesses and entrepreneurs struggling because of the pandemic. Credit: Allen Entrepreneurial InstituteCredit: Allen …
 
Adam is rejoined by the amazing Rickard Nilson! You might remember him from our Admech Psychic Awakening review many moons ago, which was one of out most insightful and amazing episodes according to you all! This is no different. We review all the admech goodness in Book of Rust and give out thoughts on viability and what to expect moving forward!…
 
David Maletsky is a top flight face-to-face player who has competed in over 100 tournaments. He has 7 tournament wins, 23 top-3 finishes, and reached the top board at the 2016 World Diplomacy Championship in Chicago, IL. He is a well respected master tactician with a fantastic philosophical mind - and is well known for his generous personality, his…
 
In this episode host Mark Philpott is joined by Nicci Daly and Christopher Foster. The three get to chat about the current Formula One season with a review of what happened at the Bahrain Grand Prix and what is likely to happen at Imola this coming weekend in Race No 2 of the F1 season. We discuss the rise and fall of Sebastian Vettel. Is the Red B…
 
Atlanta-based Gray Television is breaking ground on a new film and entertainment campus at Doraville’s former General Motors plant, shuttered more than a decade ago. Gray TV paid $80 million for the 127-acre space. Plans are to capitalize on the state’s film industry and foster E-sports gaming and robotics, residences and even a hotel. This comes a…
 
Sam and Emma host Dave Zirin, sports editor at The Nation, to discuss the politics in sports including the MLB pulling the All-Star Game from Atlanta, NCAA athlete pay, and push back on Olympics real estate development in Los Angeles. And in the Fun Half: who will get the windfall of prescription drug savings CMS or ACA, Ted Cruz tries to talk abou…
 
A new local nonprofit that was established to expose students of color to the many career paths in the tech industry has launched a new initiative to reach first-year Atlanta University Center college students. According to CodeHouse’s website, the organization recently partnered with PayPal to provide up to $20,000 in scholarships through the Code…
 
Rapper and writer Testament discusses his new work Orpheus in the Record Shop which fuses spoken word and beatboxing with players from the Orchestra of Opera North in an new collaboration that gives the Greek myth of Orpheus a contemporary Yorkshire twist.Festivals this summer are still in doubt as organisers can't secure insurance commercially. Ja…
 
“Force of Habit” is the name of a new short film dedicated to Black people for whom daily existence is survival. The work features Atlanta Ballet dancer Keith Reeves performing choreography by Claudia Schreier. She is the Atlanta Ballet Choreographer-in-Residence. This project was created for Guggenheim Works & Process WPA Virtual Commissions Serie…
 
The Atlanta Opera’s Big Tent Series kicks off this week with two vibrant productions re-imagining classic operas. “The Threepenny Opera” by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht will feature puppetry, produced in collaboration with the Center for Puppetry Arts. They will also be performing “The Threepenny Carmen,” an adaptation of Georges Bizet’s 1875 mast…
 
You know those pop-ups you see on websites that are awful and embarrassing to site? Well, joining me today is someone who is responsible for a different kind of pop-up–I’m talking about the ones that are pretty, the ones that make you want to type in your email address.Ben Cahen is the founder of Wisepops, an intelligent pop-up builder. I want to f…
 
More than three months after the U.S. Capitol riot, a bomb-maker remains on the loose. A majority of the public’s attention has been focused on the hundreds of people who have been charged for their role on Jan. 6. But the night before, someone committed a different crime: The person placed two explosive devices near the Capitol in Washington, D.C.…
 
Kristen Clarke grew up in public housing in Brooklyn, as the daughter of Jamaican immigrants. Now, she’s in line to become the first woman and the first woman of color to formally lead the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division since it was created in 1957. That’s if she can get through a closely divided Senate, where Republicans have signaled …
 
In certain circles of San Francisco, a case of syphilis can be as common and casual as catching the flu, to the point where Billy Lemon can’t even remember how many times he’s had it. “Three or four? Five times in my life?” he struggles to recall. “It does not seem like a big deal.” At the time, about a decade ago, Lemon went on frequent methamphet…
 
Today’s guest is Phil White. Phil is an Emmy Nominated Writer and a co-author of The 17 Hour Fast with Dr. Frank Merritt, Waterman 2.0 with Kelly Starrett, Unplugged with Dr. Andy Galpin and Brian Mackenzie, and Game Changer with Fergus Connolly. Phil is also a frequent contributor to The Momentous Blog. Find Phil: Website Instagram Twitter Find Mo…
 
Jess Walker is a women's K1 200m and K4 500m sprint kayaker and was selected for Team GB at London 2012 in both events. In 2008 Jess competed in the Beijing Olympic Games at the age of 18, where she finished 17th in the women's K2 500m in Beijing. Since then, she has won medals at the Australian Youth Olympic Games, European Championships and World…
 
The Air Jordan 3 “Raised by Women” is one of the most-anticipated sneaker releases of 2021. It’s also tied to a local boutique location in Atlanta, A Ma Maniere, which is owned by entrepreneur and civil rights activist James Whitner. James Whitner, who was a guest on WABE’s “All Things Considered,” said the shoe drop is also a tribute to Black wome…
 
A DeKalb County-based doctor, who is leading a pediatric practice that recently started administering the Pfizer vaccine to teens 16 and over, says the emotional impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on kids is beyond enormous. “As pediatricians, we’ve seen less and less illness as people are socially distanced and isolated and more and more …
 
The Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last month moved to once again extend the nation’s current moratorium on evictions, due to the pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a historic threat to the nation’s public health,” said CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky in a statement. “Keeping people in their homes and out of…
 
Sam and Emma host Anthea Butler, religious studies professor at the University of Pennsylvania, to discuss her new book White Evangelical Racism: The Politics of Morality in America and why the evangelical vote is still the strongest and most unified voting bloc in American politics. And in the Fun Half: thoughts on Biden's plans to withdraw Americ…
 
Ammonite tells the story of fossil hunter Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea who develop an intense relationship, altering both of their lives forever. Set in 1840’s England and starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan. The British Council's Director of Film, Briony Hanson reviews. In his early 20s, the actor and producer Ja…
 
Allison Anderman is senior counsel at the Giffords Law Center, led by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords who was shot in 2011 at a community event in Arizona. Georgia did not pass any laws this past legislative session that would have tightened gun control, but came close to passing a bill that would have made concealed carry permits from any …
 
A new series of short films, “inVerse,” explores ancient poetry as a prism through which to understand our modern world. Writer and filmmaker Jack Jewers created the series and joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to talk about the five films. Interview Highlights About creating this project: “The genesis of the project began when I stumbled acro…
 
What does the combination of a U.S. poet laureate, a renowned opera/singer chef, and several of today’s foremost musicians have in common? Their insightful conversations with pianist Lara Downes on the NPR web series “Amplify with Lara Downes.” Season 2 kicked off in March and continues bi-monthly. Downes sat down with “City Lights” host Lois Reitz…
 
State and local governments around the country are distributing billions of dollars in emergency rental assistance as part of a nationwide program. But housing advocates say some are imposing a rule that’s against federal law—and could exclude tenants who are immigrants. The requirement is included in Georgia among Cobb County’s list of necessary i…
 
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