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A biweekly podcast where amazing female athletes share stories of breaking barriers, speaking up, and living with power and confidence in today’s changing world. Hear successes and challenges of life as an athlete and thoughts about inequality in sports and media coverage.
 
Eat Your Veg is a plant-based podcast brought to you by Elizabeth Emery of Vancouver with Love, featuring quick tips that will help you wherever you are on your journey towards eating less meat. Whether you're curious about making the switch to a vegan diet, wondering how to eat more plants or just want to know about all things plant-based, we invite you to dive into to our yummy podcast. This podcast is episodic and short!
 
Hear Her Sports Glenville is a neighborhood stories project sharing the power of sports for girls, women, and communities. 100 girls and women who grew up, live in, or work in Cleveland’s Glenville neighborhood will tell their stories about sports, health, history, change, plus hope for our city and, in particular, for Glenville. These recordings document history told by women.
 
If you are fascinated with all things true crime but want to hear the facts of the case without trying to be persuaded, this is the podcast for you. Each week B and Jen will present a case to you with the known facts and you get to decide what you think happened. They present each case with the dignity and respect owed to the victims and their families. With insight to law enforcement, real life experience, in-depth research, and a passion for the truth, you will hear true crime OUT LOUD.
 
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On May 24, 2019, a mother of 5 went missing from her home in New Canaan, Connecticut. The only traces of her that could be found was the blood evidence in her home and DNA evidence in trash bins located in Hartford, Connecticut. She was in the midst of a contentious divorce and custody battle with her husband, Fotis Dulos. What happened to this dev…
 
From an allegedly hippie childhood to "hey, that's kind of cool" – growing and fermenting your own food at home can be a tasty win. You don't need soil or containers for these two simple ideas, just a few ingredients, a jar, and a little time! Within a few days you'll have nourishing, delicious foods that you can proudly say were the work of your o…
 
Erica Vanstone is the Executive Director of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA), the international governing body for the sport of roller derby. The WFTDA's mission is to revolutionize women-led and gender-expansive-led spaces in sport. With an undergraduate degree from NYU Film, Erica used her communications and production experience …
 
Shifting from winter to spring is the perfect time to get in touch with the seasons and your system. Three of my favourites ways? It’s hard to pass up a trip to the local farmers market to find yummy veg that’s fresh and in season. Used to eating comfort foods all winter? Time to energize with lighter meals to put a spring in your step. Gain a clos…
 
In October of 2006 a tragedy occurred in the infamous New Orleans, Louisiana just on the heels of Hurricane Katrina. When the city thought they had seen it all, this event shook everyone, including the investigators. Why was this called the Katrina Cannibal case and what are the facts, not the myths and legends. We discuss the deaths of Addie Hall …
 
Team USA Cyclocross rider Clara Honsinger grew up riding mountain bikes on the trails behind her home in Oregon and started racing bikes as a teenager with the guidance of a high school teacher. After moving to Portland, OR for school, she discovered cyclocross and was immediately hooked on the physical and technical challenge of the sport. In 2019…
 
It's the first long weekend after an extra cozy winter season and we are so ready for it. While I grew up with Easter in the UK being aaall about chocolate eggs, it seems to be a highly regarded holiday in itself here in Canada. It's about pastel colours and everything spring, along with an excuse to gather with loved ones around the table. Whether…
 
But, how do YOU get enough protein in your diet as a [ vegan or vegetarian ]? We are taught that proteins are the building blocks of healthy cells. And don't get me wrong, getting enough protein is an important part of a well-balanced diet, but there are other amazing options than animal-based proteins that are inexpensive and widely available. Pro…
 
Khadijah Diggs is a Triathlete on TEAM USA, a mother, and works full time. Her mission is to promote a positive image of Muslim women and Islam in general through sport. Khadijah competed in her first Triathlon in 2012 as part of an initiative for her Sorority. Since then, she has entered more than 40 events and successfully completed all but one o…
 
Batch meal prep is the equivalent of buying yourself time. When life gets busy, healthy meals all too often become the first thing to drop off the list of priorities. So, get ahead of a full week and set yourself up for a blissfully tasty meal plan. Hearty veggie soups and stews are a fantastic way to up your veggie intake. I love infusing added pr…
 
Ahhh baking. It's therapeutic, delicious and so satisfying. Truly, there's nothing that satiates like a home-baked goodie. Making the switch to a plant-based lifestyle can be tough at the beginning, especially when you're looking for ways to adapt your tried and true recipes to become more vegan-friendly. In this episode, I share a handful of my go…
 
CEO and Founder of Just Women’s Sports, Haley Rosen received a BA and an MA from Stanford University, where she played as a midfielder for the Cardinal soccer team. After a brief professional soccer career in both the US and abroad, Haley returned to the Bay Area, where she first worked in tech before founding Just Women’s Sports. Her goal is for t…
 
Working from home has its perks. The commute is short, the fridge is close and lunch is entirely yours to create. A little bit of planning ahead and creative thinking will give you a wholly refreshed look at how amazing at-home lunches can be. Listen in for my favourite 5 Easy Vegan Work from Home Lunch Recipes, and treat yourself to a midday boost…
 
Dessert decadence. You know what makes buying store-bought desserts such a bad idea? Knowing that you can whip up something SO much better that just so happens to be vegan and dairy-free! Mmm hmm. This week's bonus episode makes waves with simple whole food ingredients like coconut, cacao and maple syrup. Indulge in these recipes and you'll find yo…
 
On July 7, 1992 in Springfield, Missouri, Sherrill Levitt, Suzanne Streeter, and Stacy McCall disappeared from the Levitt home leaving no signs of where they may have gone or what might have happened. Years of searching, hunting down leads, ruling out suspects, still no answer as to what may have happened. We cover this case from the time of their …
 
Ice Hockey super star Brianna Decker has been playing hockey at the International level for almost twenty years. She generously shares stories of playing ice hockey with her brothers, USA Hockey team camps, lessons from the Olympics, and the future for young hockey players. Brianna represented USA in two Olympic Games where she won gold in 2018 and…
 
We're a week into February and while the days may be longer, they are not long enough to wipe out the need for chocolate. With Valentine's Day on the horizon, I thought I would share a few easy DIY treats to help take the edge off the winter chill. Conventional chocolate offers little in the way of true satisfaction because it is often loaded with …
 
On March 27, 2011 a train conductor reported the body of a naked woman, presumably deceased, on the train tracks in Findlay, Ohio. This woman had been stabbed and left for dead in the cold night. This is the tragic story of the life and death of Vera Jo Reigel or also known as Vera Jo Messersmith. This episode contains graphic content that might no…
 
Tofu. Say the word and naturally you're going to be met with opinions. Some find themselves immediately frustrated with how challenging this versatile flavour vessel can be to prepare. Well, I'm delighted to share 3 easy ways to manage a more tofu-friendly prep and cooking process. Tofu is amazing for absorbing herbs, sauces and spices, making it t…
 
With Dr. Kirstin Lauritzen we talk basics of the immune system, the gut, how male and female immune systems differ, and what you can do to build resiliency. Dr K is a Functional Medicine Practitioner in Wilsonville, Oregon. Her doctorate is in Chiropractic and she holds a Masters in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. She is the founder of NW …
 
We're all raised on the idea that a solid breakfast begins with eggs and toast. Well, it's 2021 and there are way more options for healthy, veggie-centric breakfasts than ever before. In this week's episode I share six protein-rich vegan breakfast ideas that are quick, delicious and even a little unconventional, in the best way. I hope you like, le…
 
In 1999, the twisted world of David Parker Ray was exposed in the small New Mexico town of Elephant Butte. Ray was thought to have committed 40 to 60 murders but there is a twist to his crimes and victims. This is the story of the Toy Box Killer. www.truecrimeoutloud.com Visit for show notes, photos, and sources. This episode has explicit content t…
 
If you're short on time (or patience!) these veggie-centred medleys are sure to set you off on the right track. Sumptuous smoothies, addictive avocado toast and plentiful pastas are all featured in this week's podcast episode. For more tips and plant-based meal guides, visit https://vancouverwithlove.com/vegan-how-to-guides/ and set yourself up for…
 
Brandie Wilkerson started playing beach volleyball in 2013 after being inspired while watching the 2012 London Olympics. While she had a later start than most, her successful indoor volleyball career as a 4-time All-Star opposite hitter at York University helped her quickly adjust to the game. She made her first AVP appearance in 2017 working her w…
 
Whether you're new to a vegan diet or a seasoned vegetarian, January is a wonderful time to reset your meal time go-to's. Explore and invest in some fresh vegan recipes with a little help. We're excited to share the first episode of 2021 with 5 quick tips on making the switch to a vegan diet so much easier. And, be sure to pop on to Vancouver with …
 
On February 10, 2009, a 911 call to a Florida's sheriff's office started the search for 5 year old Haleigh Cummings. The last person to see her was her 17 year old baby sitter and girlfriend of the child's father. As of 2021, Haleigh has not been found. Hear the facts and insights on this missing child. Sources can be found on webiste www.truecrime…
 
Open water swimmer Catherine Breed swims fast for long distances in lakes and oceans. She holds four open water records, two USMS national records, and has solid goals for many more. Catherine raced (in a pool), very successfully, for both UC Berkeley and the US National team. After graduating, she joined the Dolphin Club in San Francisco. On Septe…
 
Happy Holidays, friends! Here are 4 meat-free ideas for your Christmas Main Dish this year. Just starting out going plant-based and don’t know how to break from tradition? I’ve got your back with some delicious options that could have even your most carnivorous of guests clamouring to try these for themselves! Find me on Instagram here: https://www…
 
Talya Minsberg is an Assistant Sports Editor at New York Times. Previously, Talya worked as an editor on NYT’s Social team and for Special Projects. During that time, she spearheaded the newsroom’s social coverage at the Pyeongchang Olympics. Looking for great stories at the intersection of sports and society, she writes about a range of men’s and …
 
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