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As long as there’s been oppression, there’ve been people fighting it. This weekly podcast dives into history to drag up the wildest rebels, the most beautiful revolts, and all the people who long to be—and fight to be—free. It explores complex stories of resistance that offer lessons and inspiration for us today, focusing on the ensemble casts that make up each act of history. That is to say, this podcast focuses on Cool People Who Did Cool Stuff.
 
Everyone deserves that best friend who delivers blunt advice with impunity. Comedian, writer, and actor Iliza Shlesinger is that friend. She has built a cult-like following of listeners seeking her hilarious take on their problems. Every week, people submit their burning questions to the show, with topics ranging from bad coworkers, psychotic bridesmaids, and a mother-in-law who won't move out to faking an accent and diarrhea etiquette. Iliza's answers range from wise and heart-felt to rage- ...
 
Gardenfork Radio is Maker, DIY, Urban Homesteading, Cooking, Gardening, Home Improvement, Beekeeping and other fun stuff. There's always a ton of stuff swirling in my head, and it doesn't all make it into a Gardenfork show, so I thought, why not make a DIY podcast? Visit our site for videos and podcasts, and all sorts of cool stuff : http://gardenfork.tv
 
On The Ledge is a podcast all about indoor gardening - helping you to grow everything from Aloe vera to the ZZ plant. Presenter Jane Perrone has been nuts about houseplants since she was knee high to a Swiss cheese plant. She quizzes the experts, helps you find cool new stuff to grow and figures out how to fix your plant problems. For more information, email ontheledgepodcast@gmail.com or visit janeperrone.com.
 
Join host Victor Lucas from The Electric Playground in Vic’s underground man cave as he and his awesome guests discuss the videogames they’re playing, the movies they’re watching, the comics they’re reading, the toys they’re playing with, and all the happenings in the entertainment industry! You know, the cool stuff that lets us all Play Forever!
 
Cool Cool Cool is a podcast all about queer stuff, not queer stuff, pop culture, anti-pop culture, and a lot of interviews with some of her nearest and dearest and even a few celeb strangers. Liz Culley is a long-time entertainment executive, host, and dog mom who has been telling stories her whole life. Including some that seem too wild to be true, but apparently, they are. Join Liz each week as she explores topics from crypto to cooking to queer family planning. She’ll also give you an ins ...
 
Your weekly Nostr podcast! All the new projects, all the new cool stuff, all the new NIPs, it’s all here. Once a week. Listen to it. https://github.com/gazhayes/nostrovia.org Hosts: bitkarrot: npub18pudjhdhhp2v8gxnkttt00um729nv93tuepjda2jrwn3eua5tf5s80a699 gsovereignty: npub1mygerccwqpzyh9pvp6pv44rskv40zutkfs38t0hqhkvnwlhagp6s3psn5p
 
All about the cool stuff going on in Pittsburgh! There are a lot of podcasts, or PAWDcasts as you might say in Pittsburghese, but none this focused on what’s happening in Pittsburgh. Co-hosts John Chamberlin and Rachael Rennebeck talk with guests about food, entertainment, current events and, of course, Jagoffs! This weekly podcast is based on the Pittsburgh humor blog, YaJagoff.com.
 
Outside the Loop RADIO is Chicago's Almost Above-Ground Audio Magazine. Founded as a podcast in September 2006 and picked up for broadcast by Chicago Sound Alliance WLUW 88.7-FM in March 2007, "OTL" now airs on Chicago's Very Own 50,000-watt heritage powerhouse station WGN Radio 720-AM. Storyteller and urbanologist Mike Stephen hosts this weekly program featuring fun segments and interviews with local newsmakers, artists, musicians, and others doing cool stuff around the greater Chicago area ...
 
This podcast from eWOW - empowered Women Of the World is for leaders all around the world who want to discover, visualize, and actualize their success. We will talk about cool stuff in this podcast - technology, leadership, mindfulness, career, success, and happiness. At the end of the podcast, you will get a tip or a free resource that you can use to be successful. This podcast is listened in over 50 countries and is available on 11 platforms. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rashim- ...
 
Ever wish that history was taught in a way that was, we don't know, fun, engaging, worthy of a late night conversation over left-over pad thai? (Warm Bodies reference, wut, wut!). Say no more. The Land of Odd is a history podcast where we delve into all things bizarre, macabre, inspiring, and astonishingly absurd. All the debacles the text book left out (aka, the cool stuff aka the stuff you should know)? We've found 'em and we're taking you along for the ride.
 
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Scientists have uncovered a new form of ice. Plus, James Cameron hired a forensics team and some stunt performers to answer once and for all whether there was enough room for Jack on that door. And the podcaster who invented a new kind of pasta is back with two rare pasta types. Sponsors: ZocDoc, zocdoc.com/coolstuff Indeed, Indeed.com/goodnews Lin…
 
333: Reviewing Anything and Everything On YouTube With Tyler Christensen From Reviews Of Cool Stuff This week we are joined by Tyler Christensen from the YouTube channel Reviews Of Cool Stuff. We talk about his journey on YouTube so far, how he reviews items on YouTube the right way, how he gets those items to review, how he is making some nice sid…
 
Mike Stephen discusses the decrease in public school students in Illinois with Chalkbeat Chicago's Samantha Smylie, learns about Black organizing pre-Civil War in Illinois with Northwestern University history professor Kate Masur, and discovers the Secret History of local saxman J.T. Brown.
 
I talk to the founders of Geb & Green, a new firm offering peat-free houseplants by mail order in the UK, and get an update on the campaign to end the use of peat in horticulture. For full show notes visit https://www.janeperrone.com/on-the-ledge/peat-free-houseplants Check out the rest of my sustainability series of podcast episodes here. Patreon …
 
Do NOT Compare Yourself To Other Channels With Matt From The WPress Doctor YouTube Channel This week we are joined by Matt from the WPress Doctor YouTube channel. We talk about his quick rise on YouTube, how he avoided the comparison game, how he makes a living by creating, his favorite YouTube tools, and SO much more! About Matt: Matt lives in the…
 
The AI-generated Seinfeld parody cartoon that never goes off the air. Plus, Netflix did not read the room when they announced the AI image generation in their latest anime short. And a smartwatch that stops working if you don’t keep the living organism inside of it alive. It’s a high-stakes Tamagotchi, and it has an intriguing purpose. Links: Watch…
 
Liz finally meets Liza Treyger, comedian and co-host of the "That's Messed Up" podcast, and chats about dating, veggie platters, Law and Order, living in LA, and the journey to self-love. Connect with Liza: Podcast: https://www.exactlyrightmedia.com/thats-messed-up Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/glittercheese/ , https://www.instagram.com/that…
 
The dodo bird is back, baby! Or at least lots of investors are betting on its return. But why is de-extincting animals the hot new thing and what does it mean for the future of conservation? Plus, Abraham Lincoln: Bartender. Another look at his motley early career and earliest speeches that still resonate today. Links: Why Bother Bringing Back the …
 
Today’s Topics: 1. The YouTube Firearms Policy, and you. Does it matter? It might – and possibly, more than you may think. (00:09:08) 2. PEW Science SCAR Project Update #9 – the KNS DiSCARder. The KNS Adjustable Gas Regulator for the FN SCAR. How does it compare to the Mototech SCARburator? Initial thoughts. (01:12:24) 3. New Sound Signature Review…
 
Where did lorem ipsum come from? The answer turns out to be just as murky as the nonsense placeholder text itself. Plus, a new game that challenges you to guess when photos were taken. And the best family sitcom of the turn of the twenty-first century is getting a revival. Links: The hero(ine) who invented Lorem Ipsum may never be known. (Slate) Lo…
 
It's time to prepare for the recession. In this podcast, I share with you 5 strategies to build a cushion and prepare for economic slowdown. In 2023 #OwnYourGrowth. Register for the eWOW ℠ 2023 Virtual summit to know more and network with other leaders who are investing in themselves. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/3de365f6 Please consider suppor…
 
How scientists are deciding how we will tell time on the moon and beyond. Plus, a new Frog and Toad series from Apple TV+ has gay Twitter crossing their fingers. Links: What time is it on the Moon? (Nature) How living on Mars time taught me to slow down (NPR) NASA's Perseverance rover team will have to live on 'Mars time' after landing on the Red P…
 
It's Savanah's turn this week, guys, and we're diving into the story of Bridget Bishop. Bridget was born in England sometime during the 1630s, but immigrated to a small American town in Massachusetts called . . . Salem. Bridget married several times and became a business owner alongside her third husband, Edward Bishop. Things seemed cool until 169…
 
Summary: The jags grabbed their fireplace prizes, Millie’s Ice Cream, Wicky Wag Candles, SinBink Kreations glasses, Spectrum Fudge and YinzLidz giftables and headed to Dan and Diane’s fireplace in Robinson Township. James Santelli, Shane Masters and Laine, the Pittsburgh Pizza blogger hung out around D and D’s fireplace eating Mancini pepperoni rol…
 
Join the telegram group Follow us on Twitter: @nostroviapod nostrovia.org for more. Mentioned Nostr Bounties : https://bountsr.org/ Nostr in Breez : https://stacker.news/items/126488 Nostr Security and Privacy Tips https://ron.stoner.com/nostr_Security_and_Privacy/ Wireguard over Nostr - semisol wants to test udp-nostr https://gist.github.com/Semis…
 
Mike Stephen learns about the new expansion of Chicago literacy nonprofit Open Books from executive director Eric Johnson, learns how ChicagoJazz.com is back in full swing and delivering new local music coverage from its founder Mike Jeffers, and discovers new local tunes from musician Daniel Gunderson.…
 
Some wildly optimistic projects being funded by NASA––including more sustainable commercial aircrafts and self-growing bricks on Mars. Plus, a new Shakespearean theater company whose performances all take place inside one of the world’s most popular video games. Links: It’s Not Sci-Fi—NASA Is Funding These Mind-Blowing Projects (Wired) NASA Selects…
 
This week we are joined by Cristian from the Gruntly YouTube channel. We talk about how he transitioned from streaming on Twitch to being a successful gaming YouTube Creator, what works with thumbnails to make his videos stand out, consistency, and SO much more! About Cristian: 24, Australian, Primary/ Elementary school P.E teacher, newly married, …
 
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