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Glenn Kirschner - he’s an NBC News and MSNBC legal analyst and former Assistant U.S. Attorney at the D.C. U.S Attorney's Office. Now you can join him for Justice Matters. Glenn brings analysis and insight to current legal issues, drawing from his 30 years as a federal prosecutor, homicide prosecutor, and Army JAG. For three decades, Glenn argued to juries and judges, breaking down complex legal issues in clear and relatable ways. Every weekday his podcast brings that same approach to his ana ...
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Design Better

The Curiosity Department, LLC

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Design Better co-hosts Eli Woolery and Aarron Walter explore the intersection of design, technology, and the creative process through conversations with inspiring guests across many creative fields. Whether you’re design curious or a design pro, Design Better is guaranteed to inspire and inform. Episodes are released semi-weekly. Vanity Fair calls Design Better, “sharp, to the point, and full of incredibly valuable information for anyone looking to better understand how to build a more innov ...
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Parts Department

Justin Brouillette & Jem Freeman

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Justin Brouillette (Portland CNC) & Jem Freeman (Like Butter) discuss CNC machines, their product design and manufacturing businesses, and every kind of tool that they fancy. Show Website - https://dept.parts
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DPS Safety Scoop

NC Department of Public Safety

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A North Carolina Department of Public Safety podcast that highlights how the people, programs and resources within NCDPS help keep North Carolinians safe through prevention, protection and preparation.
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Looking for a podcast with intellectual discourse on current events? Well, keep looking because this show aims lower than that. Join the host Casey, co-host Carlos and their rotating stable of friends and guest as they drink craft beer and talk about whatever news story grabs their interest. Just a fair warning these recordings are not for small children, the easily offended or anyone with actual taste.
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The Drum Department is a podcast for drummers, brought to you by drummers! Get the latest info on your favorite drummers, learn about new gear and see what kind of trouble we can get ourselves into each week! Proudly presented by drumeo.com
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Young Ag Achievers

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry

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Young Ag Achievers is a series of podcasts from the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry telling the stories about successful youth in the agricultural industry.
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Bend Don't Break

Delta Police Department

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Bend Don’t Break is a podcast that tells the story of police officers who have overcome significant adversity in their personal and professional lives. Through the power of story, the listener will understand the depth of resilience and personal strength that exists in the men and women who protect our communities 24x7.
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AG from Mueller, She Wrote and The Daily Beans Podcasts teams up with Pete Strzok, former Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI's Counterintelligence Division to report on Biden's Department of Justice and Intelligence Agencies as we rebuild the damage caused by Trump, work to apply equal justice under law, and hold the Trump administration accountable.
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First Responders, and Public Servants, share the most extraordinary experiences from their careers. Here on Choir Practice our mission is to preserve our guests personal legacies for friends and family, sharing their stories for anyone who might be curious or interested in a career in public service.
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As a musical genre, heavy metal (and all it's sub-genres) has only existed for 50 years, but in that time there have been a great many happenings that we have collectively forgotten. In this podcast Nik Cameron and Duncan Evans will be going through albums, concerts, etc in a vain glorious attempt to remember it all. We contextualize the subject and then we take it track by track. In the end, we'll tell you if you should spin it or bin it.
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DECAL Download

Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning

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Your source for news and information from the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning. You will hear from Commissioner Amy M. Jacobs and special guests to give you an update on all things DECAL.
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Daily discussions about the latest movies and television, including analysis and pro-tips from our global network of screenwriters. Visit thescriptdepartment.net for more shows in our podcast network and to keep up-to-date on our latest projects. Welcome to The Script Department. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-script-department-screenwriting-discussion--3123141/support.
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Talking Michigan Transportation

Michigan Department of Transportation

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The Talking Michigan Transportation podcast features conversations with transportation experts inside and outside MDOT and will touch on anything and everything related to mobility, including rail, transit and the development of connected and automated vehicles.
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Encounter Culture

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

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New Mexico's deep artistic traditions have long engaged with the multifaceted histories and cultures of the state. At Encounter Culture, we talk with artists, historians, scientists, museum curators, and writers who are all a part of New Mexico's centuries' old lineage of helping us understand the places and people who make the Land of Enchantment so unique. https://podcast.nmculture.org/
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A shady governmental group that deals with supernatural entities experiences a containment breach at its main office. One new hire and one mid-level employee from the Bureau of Transnatural Resources are stuck on different floors when the lockdown begins. The two employees, Scarlet Jaunt and Jasmine Control, will have to work together however they can to escape the hostile creatures, shifting architecture, and invasive noises all around them. Go to somewhereohio.com for full cast information ...
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Reverb Effect

University of Michigan Department of History

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Reverb Effect is a history podcast exploring how past voices resonate in the present moment. How do we make sense of those voices? What were they trying to say, and whose job is it to find out? We'll dive deep into the archives, share amazing stories about the past, and talk with people who are making history now. Presented by the University of Michigan Department of History.
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Fund Your Future with DRS

Washington State Department of Retirement Systems

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A large part of planning for the future starts with how you approach your finances today. Explore some of the basics of financial planning, tools for managing your money and ideas for sparking conversations with friends and family. Join Retirement System employees as they tackle the stigma around money and share their personal financial journeys.
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We are Children's Division

The Missouri Department of Social Services

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This podcast is about all things Children's Division in Missouri! Learn about Children's Division's mission, involvement in big issues facing child welfare today, and how the division is working hard to better support the children and families in the Show Me State.
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K12ArtChat the Podcast

The Creativity Department

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A podcast for K-12 art educators interested in connecting with colleagues and ideas. Each episode, hosted by Matt and Laura Grundler, takes you backstage with guest hosts from #K12ArtChat to dig into the latest art education innovations and resources. You’ll find tips, tools, and inspiration to keep you connected and moving forward.
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NYU Langone Insights on Psychiatry

NYU Langone Health Department of Psychiatry

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A podcast for clinicians about the latest psychiatric research. Host Thea Gallagher, PsyD, of NYU Langone Health interviews world-leading researchers about advances in their respective fields, gaining insights that clinicians can apply today.
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Welcome to the Fire Rescue Wellness Podcast! My name is Annette Zapp (or AZ), and I'm a Retired Career Firefighter on a mission to ensure that every firefighter feels physically, mentally, and emotionally supported in their work. Join my guests and me as we have the critical conversations that help firefighters stay healthy and well.
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The AMEDD Effect

3rd Medical Recruiting

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The AMEDD Effect is a podcast that discusses the causes and effects of Army medical opportunities. We will talk to guest about the different programs and incentives available to future Army healthcare providers.
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Ag Talk with UDAF

Utah Department of Agriculture and Food

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Ag Talk is a new podcast dedicated to taking a deeper look into Utah agriculture and food production. Our goal is to help give our listeners a better understanding of how their food is grown, introduce them to those who work in the industry every day, and help explore difficult topics such as agriculture water use. We also aim to help Utah's farmers and ranchers have a better understanding of the programs available to them.
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The Michigan DNR's Wildtalk Podcast

Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division

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The Wildtalk Podcast is a production of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Division. On the Wildtalk Podcast, representatives of the Wildlife Division chew the fat and shoot the scat about all things habitat, feathers, and fur. With insights, interviews, and listener questions answered on the air, you'll come away with a better picture of what's happening in the world of Michigan's wildlife. Thank you for listening.Email questions to: dnr-wildlife@michigan.govor call 517-2 ...
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Southern Steep: Brewing Stronger Community

Bianca Ward, Nicole Elinoff, Isaiah Webster III, Jacobi Hunter-Wright, Rodderick Sheppard

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A public health and social justice podcast brought to you by NASTAD. Much like brewing stronger tea, this platform aims to brew a stronger community by centering the voices of community leaders, and their innovative work in the southern United States.
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Our Common Thread

Missouri Department of Social Services

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This podcast is produced by the Missouri Department of Social Services, and will discuss initiatives going on at the department, and get to know leaders and thoughtmakers within the agency. We'll look at what thread ties us together as members of the social services family, and how we can use our work to empower Missourians to build safe, healthy, and productive lives.
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In Episode 383, Madden and Kolsky bicker about who bears more responsibility for their bizarre technical difficulties before jumping into: This week on The Challenge All-Stars 4 (2:10) and old heads showing their muscles… The latest from Top Chef Wisconsin (24:35) with a rough week for some good chefs and some badly cooked meat… Michael Douglas’s t…
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For the past few years, performer and writer Alana Johnston has made it her mission to incorporate the theme of self-esteem into her artistic work. As the host of The Self-Esteem Party Podcast (on which this episode was first featured), she’s learned that the things we struggle with in regards to self-esteem might follow us forever, and that’s tota…
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Get registered for 7-Minute Science here! The webinar is 4.29.24 at 6 pm CENTRAL. You'll receive a recording even if you can't attend live. Today's episode is short and sweet since I don't have a guest and I was gone all weekend. I meet the best people, and this past weekend at NSCA Great Lakes, I met a firefighter from a small department in Northe…
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This episode is sponsored by Agency Access. Giuseppe Castellano talks to Naomi Kirsten, Senior Editor at Chronicle Books, about what it means to create children’s books with heart and a “felt sense”; what role “the market” and “trends” play in her acquisition process; why the term “kid-friendly” has no place in kids’ books; and more.…
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Justin and Jem discuss the week in their small manufacturing businesses. New in-person training course prep for Justin and finally the KittaParts configurator is live for Jem. Watch on Youtube DISCUSSED: ✍️ Send Comments on this Episode Sorry for the abrupt ending from Justin's weird technical glitch. Justin's making training course content Photo w…
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In this incisive episode of the South Dakota Department of Propaganda podcast, the host makes a powerful comeback, tackling the rigidities of Facebook’s content regulations and the idiosyncrasies of South Dakota's political landscape. With biting wit, the discussion critiques a column by Chris Larson, deftly unpacking its oversimplifications and ad…
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This week we're going through the more quirky aspects of Star Wars that made their way into the franchise, including Han Solo's "See you in Hell!", sentient droids, that kiss (you know the one) and a whole lot more. Subscribe for more screenwriting discussions and script readings. Subscribe so you don’t miss anything from our network of podcasts: h…
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Host Tom Merrill talks about his article in this month's Fire Engineering about the definition of professional, and how it relates to the volunteer fire service. There are many definitions, and most focus on things other than pay. Brought to you by The Fire Store and MagneGrip.By Fire Engineering Podcast
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In this episode of Department 12, I sit down with the Ellie Hoekman, an I-O Psychology enthusiast turned career coach, to explore the paths that lead Ellie from a rejected quantitative psychology applicant to a fervent advocate and professional in the I-O psychology space. Ellie also shares her advice for I-O students, recent graduates, and faculty…
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The jury has been selected in a New York courtroom to judge the guilt or innocence of a former president of the United States. This is an important step in the direction of fulfilling the long-dormant American promise that no one is above the law. Glenn does a deep dive into several jury issues, including Judge Juan Merchan's unusual process of let…
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In this episode, we delve into a pivotal multi-center study validating the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) prediction rules for using CT imaging in children with blunt abdominal and minor head trauma. We discuss with the authors the study’s impact, how these validated rules can optimize pediatric trauma care, minimize rad…
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Late last month, a Michigan Senate committee advanced legislation to enable the use of automated technology to enforce speeding laws on segments of roads under construction. Pennsylvania became the latest to join dozens of other states employing the technology, with positive results. This week’s Talking Michigan Transportation podcast revisits the …
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Donald Trump has violated the gag order imposed by Judge Merchan in his New York criminal prosecution. Trump has repeatedly violated the gag order - talking about and endangering the witnesses in the case. Now NY District Attorney Alvin Bragg's prosecutors have filed a motion formally asking Judge Merchan to hold Trump in criminal contempt and fine…
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In this episode The Creativity Department is joined by New York Times bestselling children’s book author/illustrator Jarrett J. Krosoczka to talk about the role the art room and art teachers played in shaping his life and creative journey. Hear about the many amazing children’s books Jarrett has created including the Jedi Academy series and the Lun…
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The Division of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety is committed to the reduction and prevention of juvenile delinquency by effectively intervening, educating and treating youth. This Safety Scoop episode we’ll hone in on the community programs section of the division, which provides a com…
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This episode discusses three recent stories from NREL: The Clean Energy to Communities (C2C) program facilitates peer learning cohorts where local and regional stakeholders gather to enhance clean energy initiatives. Recently, the San Diego Association of Governments participated in a cohort, leveraging insights to refine community engagement for t…
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Greg Bustamante is a Tucson native, Rincon HS graduate who didn't know what he wanted to do in life, so he joined the toughest branch of the military...The Marines. Once he fulfilled his duty, he came home and began working in local hospitals until he finally realized that he wanted to become a Firefighter/EMT. A brief stint in Three Points Fire pa…
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Today, Donald Trump went from an aspiring "day-one dictator" to a "day-one defendant" at his big 2016 election interference trial in New York. Just days ago, Trump told his supporters that he wanted "all hell to break loose on Monday." But given the anti-Trump protests outside the courthouse today, it looked like all accountability was breaking loo…
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Poetry is everywhere. Poetry is in the way we speak or sing or the ways we imagine. Poetry offers space and possibility. And poetry is the best kept open secret we have. Because as it turns out, poetry can sometimes have the unfortunate reputation of not being for everyone. Thankfully, state poets laureate are working to change this perception and …
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On Monday, the first of Donald Trump’s trials started. We go over jury selection. The Senate Judiciary Committee issues a subpoena to Leonard Leo in their ethics probe. The NY AG is investigating Weisselberg’s perjury. Plus, we have updates in Fulton County and more. Allison Gill https://post.news/@/MuellerSheWrote https://twitter.com/MuellerSheWro…
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In March, DECAL released the results of our most recent Economic Impact Study, which evaluates the importance of the early care and education industry to the state’s economy. This is the third Economic Impact Study we have commissioned, following the first in 2008 and the second in 2016. Like previous studies, this report is a collaboration between…
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Welcome to The AMEDD Effect Podcast where we discuss the causes and effects of Army Medicine Opportunities. Today we would like to present to you all a series called "Army Lifestyle" that focuses on life once inside the Army. The U.S. Army offers various programs, activities, and entertainment for Soldiers, their family members, and even Retirees. …
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Criminal trials can often be a bit like popularity contests. Each attorney will strive to be liked, trusted, and respected by the jury. In a sense, each attorney will want to be the most popular in the eyes of the jury. But more importantly - how does the jury views the defendant? Does the defendant come across as likeable, trustworthy, or honorabl…
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For the final episode of Season 2, we're joined by Dr. Samuele Cortese, Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Southampton (UK) and Adjunct Full Professor at NYU Langone. Together we explore the intersection of pediatric ADHD and precision psychiatry, including the disorder’s genetic underpinnings and evolving treatment o…
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"If you're coming to work and you're not stoked and, you're not happy, then I'm doing something wrong (as your Captain.)" Retired Fire Captain Jason Whitesides shares his personal journey with a near miss, working on his own mental health, discovering peer support for firefighters, and creating a peer support team from the ground up at Grand Juncti…
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In episode 5 of 'Our Common Thread', we talk about all things Child Abuse Prevention with Haylee Musso from STAT, Elaine Casteel from CD, and Kara Wilcox from CD. Please note that in this episode you may hear some distortion in the sound. We appreciate your patience as we work towards continuous improvement and learning.…
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New reports have revealed the prosecution witnesses that are prepared to testify at Donald Trump's first criminal trial and they spell real trouble for him. Those witnesses, as you might expect, include Michael Cohen and Stormy Daniels. But surprisingly on the list: former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks, former Director of the Oval …
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Sec. Arthur previews her interview with a pair of former Agriculture Youth Council members and also talks about what her career aspirations were when she was a kid (00:00). OSU students Morley Griffith and Turner Longacre join the show to talk about a whole host of topics, beginning with their involvement in the Oklahoma Junior Cattlemen's Associat…
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Donald Trump's longtime Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg was sent back to Rikers Island after pleading guilty to committing perjury at Trump's New York fraud trial. Weisselberg had served time at Rikers previously after pleading guilty to being involved in a 15-year-long criminal scheme to defraud in the first degree while serving as the C…
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In Episode 382, Madden and Kolsky have a LOT to catch up on, from Matt’s new debilitating addiction to Derek’s busy concert schedule (with plenty of stops in between) but eventually get around to: A new season of Top Chef (10:20), a midwest location that infuriates Derek and all the insight our hosts have gleaned over the first four episodes… A two…
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This week’s edition of the Talking Michigan Transportation podcast focuses on National Work Zone Awareness Week. An event in Midland on Monday, April 15, will kick off the week with officials from the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan State Police and several industry advocates and others. First, Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist…
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There are two good news stories to report. First, a New York appeals court judge rejected Donald Trump's attempt to stop his trial from beginning on April 15th. But; in a lesser-covered development; Judge Juan Merchan shared how some of the jury selection procedures will work. People often refer to Trump's New York prosecution as the "hush money" c…
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Often seen as an exclusively scholarly realm, research feels completely removed from the intuitive, hands-on work we do with students. In this episode, the Creativity Department is joined by Ami Kantawala, Adjunct Associate Professor for Art Education at Teacher’s College. Listen in to learn how embracing research as an extension of the creative pr…
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Generation X was dubbed the "MTV Generation," and now some of them are getting ready to retire. We sit down with Terri, a DRS team member from Gen X. She shares that saving for retirement when you’re single can present its own challenges. Terri discusses her experience and tips for saving.By Washington State Department of Retirement Systems
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All new stories, all new good times...It's Paul Y'all! He's been here before , and much like Joe Knipp, if you listen to the show regularly it tends to remind you of some of your own experiences that you might have forgotten. I'll tell you I appreciate Paul because he is one of my faithful listeners and I know I can count on him for live, real time…
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Our three faculty co-hosts discuss their choices for the strangest or most unconventional monarchs of all time. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @usnahistory For more information about NAHP and the Naval Academy's History Department, please visit https://usna.edu/History/NAHP/By Department of History, US Naval Academy
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Donald Trump and his lawyers have again reached into their dirty little bags of tricks in a desperate effort to stop his first criminal trial from beginning on April 15th. Trump is suing the presiding judge, Juan Merchan, as The New York Times reports: "Trump to sue judge in last-ditch attempt to avert Manhattan trial." Glenn says this desperate Ha…
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We have updates on the NYAG civil fraud $175M “Subprime Car Loan King” bond debacle, Trump’s flurry of motions in a desperate attempt to delay or dismiss the Manhattan hush money criminal trial, Rudy’s bankruptcy, Fulton County, and the disbarment proceedings of Jeffrey Clark and John Eastman. Representatives Biggs and Gosar get subpoenaed by Arizo…
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