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On Mission

Catholic Apostolate Center

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On Mission is a podcast from the Catholic Apostolate Center. Join Kate Fowler, Chris Pierno, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. as they discuss all things relevant to the Catholic church today.
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Hearing the Council

Council of the District of Columbia

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We’re the District’s legislature, responsible for crafting laws. On Twitter, our goal is to engage with residents in an informative and conversational way. If you think you already know all about our councilmembers, or the topics they tackle, then you clearly haven’t listened to our “Hearing the Council” radio show and podcast. Even Wilson Building staffers and journalists get whole new insight into councilmembers from our “getting to know you” episodes, and our deep dives on policy topics g ...
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Join Kojo and resident analyst Tom Sherwood on Fridays at noon for our weekly review of the politics, policies and personalities in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Each week Kojo and Tom help make sense of legislation, hold elected officials accountable and provide in-depth analysis of local issues and elections. The Politics Hour is also a vital forum for Washingtonians to engage directly with their local leaders.
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New Security Broadcast

Environmental Change and Security Program

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Tune in to our podcast to hear expert speakers on the links between global environmental change, security, development, and health. The Environmental Change and Security Program is a part of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in the District of Columbia. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs ...
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The Paid Leave Podcast

The Connecticut Paid Leave Authority

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Paid Leave is a hot topic in our country right now. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world without a national paid leave policy, and Connecticut is one of only 16 states and the District of Columbia to have a state program in place. Other cities and states are working to join the paid leave movement. The Paid Leave Podcast examines the state of Connecticut's paid leave program and the impact it has on various groups and diverse communities. Radio veteran Nancy Barro ...
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Studio Basin

R. Hans Miller

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The Studio Basin podcast is produced by The Columbia Basin Herald with the purpose of discussing news of interest to the Columbia Basin in Central Washington state. The Columbia Basin Herald covers all of Grant and Adams counties and staff also produce the Basin Business Journal, Adams County Magazine and Grant County Magazine. Our goal is to keep our audience informed in a way that builds community.
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After a sexual assault case in the District of Columbia, one woman’s public warning ricochets all the way to Birmingham, Ala., where another woman gives voice to a devastating allegation. This seven-part investigative series from The Washington Post follows the Alabama woman’s decision to come forward with a claim of sexual assault against a high-ranking figure in the D.C. criminal justice system, and the spiraling effects of that choice. “Canary: The Washington Post Investigates” is about t ...
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DISB Download

D.C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking

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The DISB Download is a podcast series covering financial services topics impacting D.C. and its residents. The department, known as DISB, regulates financial services businesses in the District. The department’s goal is to protect the interests of District of Columbia consumers from unfair and abusive practices, while providing an equitable business environment for the regulated entities operating in Washington, D.C. To learn more, visit http://disb.dc.gov.
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Join Pink Fox owners Mark and Keo for a weekly Washington, D.C.-based discussion of current events, politics, art, and culture. Established in 2015, Pink Fox is an Initiative 71-friendly forward-thinking retail startup that has been featured in VICE’s MUNCHIES, the Staten Island Advance, The Washington Post, NPR, and the DCist.
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Where Do Gays Retire is a podcast where we help you in the LGBTQ+ community find a safe and affordable retirement destination. Join Mark Goldstein as he interviews others who live in gay-friendly places around the globe. Learn about the climate, cost of living, the LGBTQ + community, healthcare, crime and safety, and more.
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How much can really go on in Potomac, Maryland? Actually, quite a lot. On our REAL HOUSEWIVES OF POTOMAC AFTER SHOW we take you into the exclusive society of socialite Charisse Jackson, model Katie Post, philanthropist Gizelle Bryant and former Miss District of Columbia winner, Ashley Darby. Want to find out more of the latest gossip?Tune in here to get the insider scoop from some of your favorite housewives and crew members on the show.
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Welcome to Wayne’s world of real estate. Follow Wayne Mann as he navigates residential real estate in the DMV. District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. Based in Chevy Chase Maryland Wayne’s been a real estate agent for over twenty years. His goal is to teach clients about the area and newcomers about real estate. He’s been dedicated to helping first time home buyers over the last twenty years. He’ll be reviewing all things residential real estate, discussing different aspects of the proc ...
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National Association of Professional Process Servers

National Association of Professional Process Servers

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The National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS) is a Worldwide Organization of the largest community of professional process servers and the first resource for credible information regarding the profession. Founded in 1982 in Las Vegas NV, NAPPS today has well over 2,000 members representing all 50 states, the District of Columbia, seven Canadian provinces and nearly two dozen foreign countries. It is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.
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The Podcast @ DC puts cutting-edge research in conversation with the bureaucratic realities of government. We get in the weeds on how to put science into action. Topics are as diverse as the challenges our city government tackles. The show is hosted by The Lab @ DC in the Office of the City Administrator for the District of Columbia.
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Community Power Podcast

Groundswell Community Power Podcast

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Groundswell is a 501c3 nonprofit that builds community power through equitable community solar projects and resilience centers, clean energy programs that reduce energy burdens, and pioneering research initiatives that help light the way to clean energy futures for all. Groundswell leads clean energy programs and projects in six states including the District of Columbia, including serving more than 5,000 income-qualified customers with more than $1.85 million per year in clean energy savings ...
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Dr. Charles E. Lewis, Jr. is President of the Board of Directors of the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy. He served as deputy chief of staff and communications director for former Congressman Edolphus “Ed” Towns and was the staff coordinator for the Congressional Social Work Caucus. He was a full-time faculty member at Howard University School of Social Work prior to joining Rep. Towns’ staff and now is an adjunct associate professor. As staff coordinator for the S ...
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The Non-Profit Hour examines the inner workings and hears the human stories of Portland's many local non-profits. Shows air every Friday at 1:30 on XRAY.fm. Brought to us by the Media Institute for Social Change -- a public interest media lab that works to inspire, empower and engage emerging media producers.
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Facing tough economic realities, Maryland state officials gave the thumbs up this week to Governor Wes Moore's proposal to slash $150 million from the budget. Moore joined Kojo and Tom to explain why the cuts are necessary. Plus, Moore made the case for cooler rhetoric after the failed assassination attempt on former president Donald Trump and expl…
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MOSES LAKE – On this episode of the STUDIO BASIN podcast, Senior Reporter Cheryl Schweizer, Sports Reporter Ian Bivona and Senior Reporter Joel Martin discuss recent headlines in the Basin, including high temperatures, ballots being sent in the mail and the new superintendent at the Ephrata School District. In sports, the trio recap recent baseball…
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In today’s episode of New Security Broadcast, Wilson Center Global Fellow and environmental journalist Anneliese Palmer speaks with longtime leader in regional environmental diplomacy and Executive Director of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, Dr. Tareq Abu Hamed. In their conversation, Dr. Hamed unpacks the opportunities and challenge…
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The Republican-proposed "Project 2025" plan calls for replacing over fifty thousand civil servants with political appointees. While presidential candidate Donald Trump has tried to distance himself from it, many believe he'll enact much of the plan if elected. Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin joined the show to discuss the impact Project 2025 coul…
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On this week's episode of the STUDIO BASIN podcast, Grant County Sheriff Joey Kriete and Managing Editor R. Hans "Rob" Miller sit down for our monthly segment with the Grant County Sheriff's Office. This week the pair discussed water and heat safety and Kriete provided an update on staffing at GCSO and touched on how the new Grant County Jail's con…
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In this episode of On Mission, Chris Pierno, Kate Fowler, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. discuss the Vocation to the married life and the Sacrament of Marriage, one of the seven sacraments, and how it is a spiritual and physical bond between the man and wife where the two become one flesh for the good of the couple and the procreation of children. The…
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Mykle Flatley and his spouse Doug moved from Phoenix, Arizona to Oloron Sainte-Marie, France in 2021. They chose Oloron Saint-Marie because of its climate, affordability, and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Spain. Michael, who is a dual Irish and American citizen, obtained Irish citizenship 20 years ago, which made moving to France easier. The …
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Chris Murphy is the junior United States Senator for Connecticut and has dedicated his career to public service as an advocate for Connecticut families. In the Senate, he is a strong voice for mental health care access, commonsense gun safety laws, and a forward-looking foreign policy. As a member of the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Commi…
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MOSES LAKE - On this week's episode of the STUDIO BASIN Podcast, Managing Editor R. Hans "Rob" Miller reviews leadership changes happening around the Columbia Basin. That includes changes for the Moses Lake, Soap Lake and Royal school districts as well as the city of Moses Lake. In sports, Royal softball Head Coach Lisa Lawrence joins the show to b…
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When senior officials from 32 countries meet in Washington, DC next week for the NATO Summit, deterrence and defense, as well as Ukraine and global partnerships, are at the top of the agenda. Under Secretary General Stoltenberg’s leadership, NATO has recognized that climate change is also reshaping the security landscape. In today’s episode of New …
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On this week's episode of the STUDIO BASIN Podcast, Managing Editor R. Hans "Rob" Miller and Senior Reporter Cheryl Schweizer discuss the ongoing issues with the Moses Lake School District, including an odd sidebar relating to the Grant County Morgue. Miller also discusses the fire safety publication, "Living in Wildfire Country" which was released…
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The D.C. Council conducted a hearing this week to learn more about the mayor’s legal council’s internal investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against former aide John Falcicchio. During the hearing, a tense debate erupted between Vanessa Natale from the Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel and Ward 5 Councilmember Zachary Parker over the …
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In this episode of On Mission, Chris Pierno, Sarah Harrigan, Monica Thom Konschnik, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., discuss various types of priestly ministry and the distinction between diocesan priests and religious priests. Most people may be familiar with the ministries and role of the parish priest. There are also priests who are not directly ass…
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In his latest Hearing the Council video interview, Ward 3 Councilmember Matthew Frumin emphasizes the importance of out-of-school time to District youth. He discusses the legislation he introduced on the topic, its prognosis, and how even just the increased attention he has brought to the topic has moved the needle administratively. We also talk ab…
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Summary Nancy Schneider, a Philadelphia retiree shares her experience of retiring in the city. Philadelphia is located on the East Coast of Pennsylvania, with easy access to New York City, Washington DC, and the Jersey coast. The city has a temperate climate and offers a variety of quick getaways, including New York, the Jersey Shore, and nearby ga…
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This is an exciting time for anyone suffering from early onset Alzheimer's disease. A new drug that should get FDA approval by the end of this year, would expand the treatment options for the more than 6 million Americans of all ages who have Alzheimer's. The disease is the fifth-leading cause of death for adults over 65. Donanemab, a drug develope…
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This year's Virginia primary elections were competitive and, at times, contentious. Voters made history with a number of their choices, including nominating a Democratic candidate who is likely to be the first Black woman to be Alexandria's mayor. We looked back and ahead to the general election with WAMU's Northern Virginia reporter Margaret Barth…
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In this episode of the STUDIO BASIN Podcast, Managing Editor R. Hans "Rob" Miller sits down with Grant County Sheriff Joey Kriete to talk about summer safety. Kriete went over factors contributing to increased dangers during the summer and education efforts GCSO has in place to help keep area residents safe. In sports, Sports Reporter Ian Bivona an…
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After more than a month of early voting, the Virginia primary elections are finally here. The Washington Post’s Teo Armus broke down the biggest Northern Virginia races for us, including for Congress, Arlington County Board, and Alexandria City Mayor. Last month, D.C. Attorney General Brian Schwalb introduced legislation aimed at revamping how D.C.…
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In this episode of On Mission, Chris Pierno, Sarah Harrigan, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C., are joined by Jonathan Harrison, Program Associate at the Catholic Apostolate Center, to discuss the life and witness of Blessed Carlo Acutis. Bl. Carlo Acutis was 15 years old when he died of leukemia in a hospital in Monza, Italy in 2006. Carlo is remembered…
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Renato is a Bolivian entrepreneur who currently resides in Madrid. He has a passion for languages and has found a way to make money from it. In addition to being multilingual, he also has a fondness for the arts, particularly pottery and music. He played in the orchestra of his city in Bolivia and Spain for approximately 5 years. Renato was born in…
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Studies have shown that taking paternity leave helps fathers to feel less stressed, anxious, and depressed. The reason this happens is because of a hormone called oxytocin. When released, it promotes bonding and reduces stress levels. 43 percent of fathers are taking bonding leave through CT Paid Leave. This gives fathers time away from work with i…
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On this episode of the STUDIO BASIN podcast, senior reporter Cheryl Schweizer breaks down the Grant PUD seeking public input on its future rate policy, as well as Chief for a Day being hosted in Ephrata. In sports, Sports Reporter Ian Bivona recaps last weekend's Dru Gimlin 3-on-3 basketball tournament in Quincy, Moses Lake winning the Kings of the…
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D.C. residents went to the polls this week, and the city's most contested race proved to be close with only a few hundred votes separating the top three candidates. On Thursday night, the Associated Press finally called the Ward 7 race for ANC Commissioner Wendell Felder. D.C Board of Elections Executive Director Monica Evans took us behind the sce…
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Some tough decisions for the Moses Lake School District, a timeline for a new Grant County morgue and seniors saying goodbye to high school are among the topics for the Studio Basin podcast this week. Moses Lake School Board members voted last week to borrow money from its capital projects fund to ensure the district could pay its payroll and bills…
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Last week, in tight financial circumstances, the Prince George’s County Council approved its $5.6 billion budget, with an emphasis on public safety. Councilmember and chair of the public safety committee Wanika Fisher joins the show to walk us through the budget and explain why she is advocating hiring more law enforcement. Also, what the council c…
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In this episode of On Mission, Chris Pierno, Kate Fowler, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. discuss the Theological Virtues—Faith, Hope, and Charity—and how they contribute to a virtuous life. The Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church is available for reference on the Catholic Apostolate Center websit…
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Frontiers of Equality in the Development of EU and US Citizenship Author: Dr Jeremy B. Bierbach Jeremy Bierbach (1975) is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in linguistics, Jeremy worked as an IT specialist for several years. In 2001, Jeremy emigr…
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Lyme disease is the fastest growing vector borne infectious disease in the United States. The CDC says more people are infected with Lyme Disease than breast cancer. Lyme disease and other tick-borne diseases come with a lot of unknowns. Before starting to treat symptoms, you must first get a proper diagnosis. Unfortunately, diagnosing Lyme disease…
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D.C.'s primary day is coming up fast and there are a number of notable races. In Ward 8, two challengers are attempting to unseat incumbent Trayon White. Washington Informer reporter Sam P.K. Collins joined the show to break down the race, and gave us the latest on the Ward 7 and Ward 4 contests. After last week's primaries in Maryland, voters are …
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In this episode, ECSP's Claire Doyle speaks with Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram, Program Manager at Climate Diplomacy and Assistant Professor at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education in India. Dr. Jayaram describes what environmental peacebuilding looks like in the context of South Asia, how climate diplomacy connects to environmental peacebuilding, and h…
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n today’s episode of New Security Broadcast, ECSP’s Claire Doyle and Angus Soderberg speak with Dr. Mizan Khan, Deputy Director at the International Center for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), a research institute based in Bangladesh. Dr. Khan describes Bangladesh’s vulnerability to climate change and its unique role as an adaptation leader…
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Grant County Commissioner Rob Jones joined Managing Editor R Hans "Rob" Miller for the news segment of the STUDIO BASIN Podcast this week. The pair discussed the process and cost of filing for office - Jones is running for reelection - as well as a variety of projects going on in the county. Jones also discussed how inflation has impacted the vario…
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It was a big win for Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks in the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate in Maryland. She beat out three-term congressman David Trone, despite being significantly outspent. Now, she moves on to the general election, where she will take on the popular former Maryland governor, Republican Larry Hogan, in a…
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In this episode of On Mission, Chris Pierno, Kate Fowler, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. discuss the Cardinal Virtues—prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance—and how one can lead a virtuous life. The Catechism of the Catholic Church and the Compendium of the Catechism of the Catholic Church is available for reference on the Catholic Apostolate Ce…
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Eric is French, born and raised in Paris where he lived and worked as a business journalist until Michael and he left for Malta. Michael is American by birth (born in Hollywood, Florida) and became French while living in Paris. An HR Executive for 2 very large conglomerates, Michael has moved around a lot for his companies and traveled the world. H…
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May is Maternal Mental Health Month. During the month, the focus is on increasing awareness about mental health and the well-being of mothers during pregnancy and the time after birth. About 10-15% of women experience postpartum depression. Mental health issues are the most common complication of childbirth. Doulas can help alleviate some of the em…
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On this episode of the STUDIO BASIN podcast, senior reporter Cheryl Schweizer and Sports Reporter Ian Bivona break down recent headlines in the Columbia Basin Herald, including recent Moses Lake School Board meetings, an officer-involved shooting in Moses Lake, a swatting incident in Ephrata and Boeing firefighters picketing at the Moses Lake facil…
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With the primary now only days away, polls show a very tight race for Maryland’s Senate seat. The election is capturing national attention as record spending continues to define the campaign for the Democratic nomination. Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters told us why the stakes are high, how it’s become so close, and what we might see happen on Tuesda…
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Managing Editor R. Hans "Rob" Miller sits down with Grant County Sheriff Joey Kriete to discuss a recent fundraiser for the Columbia Basin Canines group, which works to support area K9 officers and their handlers. The pair also discusses increasing domestic violence in Grant County, the factors that can lead to domestic violence and some of the org…
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