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In 2017 Ashley Brooke James (a black woman) and Elizabeth Moore (a white woman) met during their yoga teacher training. The following year they joined forces to create their company: TRILUNA. In the Wellness, Community, Magic podcast they settle in, get cozy, and talk hard truths about the wellness world with the many friends they have met and made along the way. They have a pro donut, anti-racist, Glenda-the-good-witch agenda, and they are here to take on diet culture, racism, and elitism b ...
 
Bodyful is a podcast that explores the wonder and complexities of living in this human form, and how we can engage in an ongoing practice of bodyfulness to become more fully at-home in ourselves and in the interconnected web of Gaia, the living earth. We frequently hear about the importance of being mindful— and it’s time to invite our bodies to the party. Bodyful is hosted by Valerie Martin, psychotherapist and founder of the Gaia Center for Embodied Healing.
 
The Sacred is a podcast about our deepest values, the stories that shape us and how we can build empathy and understanding between people who are very different. Each episode features a conversation with someone who has a public voice, from academics to journalists, playwrights and politicians. We ask them where they have come from, what they are trying to do and what might help heal our very divided public conversations. The Sacred is hosted by Elizabeth Oldfield, director of Theos think ta ...
 
Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
"Mystery in the Radio Waves" is a podcast where a cast of actors and comedians perform a classic radio play and then improvise jokes, characters, and stories. What the fuck are radio plays and where do they come from? Well...The Golden Age of Radio was an era of radio in the U.S. in the 1920's to the 1960's where the main source of entertainment was radio programming before people owned televisions on a larger scale. The programs would have the same range as tv shows today. There were weekly ...
 
Now celebrating its second year, Talking Architecture & Design is Australia’s first B2B architecture podcast that regularly talks about a range of issues that affect Australia’s architects, building designers and built environment professionals.Run by Australia’s most popular architecture magazine, Architecture & Design, the Talking Architecture & Design podcast gives a regular bite-sized dose of what is important and sometimes what is just plain old interesting to anyone and everyone in the ...
 
The Arts & Culture series enriches our community with imagination and creativity. Whether reinventing the classics for a new audience or presenting an innovative new art form, these events are aimed at expanding horizons. From poetry to music to storytelling, this series leaves our audiences inspired, encouraged, and seeing the world with new eyes.
 
The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third of four crime novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the detective Sherlock Holmes. Originally serialised in The Strand Magazine from August 1901 to April 1902, it is set largely on Dartmoor in Devon in England's West Country and tells the story of an attempted murder inspired by the legend of a fearsome, diabolical hound. (summary by Wikipedia)Cast:Dr. Watson: Cori SamuelSherlock Holmes: Arielle LipshawDr. Mortimer: Robert HoffmanSir Henry Bask ...
 
Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
 
inSocialWork is the podcast series of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. The purpose of this series is to engage practitioners and researchers in lifelong learning and to promote research to practice, practice to research. inSocialWork features conversations with prominent social work professionals, interviews with cutting-edge researchers, and information on emerging trends and best practices in the field of social work.
 
Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today's most interesting writers, exploring what inspires them, what confounds them, and what they were thinking when they wrote the books we’re talking about. Subscribe to discover intriguing new conversations every week.
 
Welcome to In the Room with Ronnie Barbour. In this series we'll be talking to politicians, youtubers, sports stars and more about the defining moments of their lives. From the classroom, to the boardroom, the briefing room, the dressing room and more, we'll find out how the rooms of our lives shape the decisions we make. Get in touch with us @getintheroompod on Twitter or via email contactintheroompod@gmail.com
 
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Thanks for listening to Wellness, Community, Magic, a podcast with a pro-donut, anti-racist, Glenda-the-good-witch agenda. In this episode, Elizabeth Moore and Ashley Brooke James talk candidly about the challenges they're facing as business owners, and introduce some of their upcoming projects and events. This one is for the business owners, the w…
 
In this episode, I interview Anahid Nersessian, professor of English at UCLA, about her book, Keats’s Odes: A Lover’s Discourse (University of Chicago Press, 2021). In 1819, the poet John Keats wrote six poems that would become known as the Great Odes. Some of them—“Ode to a Nightingale,” “To Autumn”—are among the most celebrated poems in the Engli…
 
David Lodge meets Franz Kafka meets Stephen King? All attempts to classify The Scapegoat, let alone to summarize what happens in this compelling and terribly troubling first novel by Sara Davis, seem destined to fail. As the author tells Duncan McCargo, her book has not always been understood by readers in the ways she imagined - but then, The Scap…
 
Content warning: This interview contains some explicit language and graphic, frank talk about sex that some listeners might be sensitive to. Ryan O'Connell is the creator and star of the Netflix show Special. It's a semi-autobiographical sitcom about Ryan's own life – his experience as a gay man, and coming to terms with his identity as a disabled …
 
Violence spikes as Americans emerge from lockdown, gamer Nick Kolcheff talks about FaZe Clan and esports, and actor and singer Anthony Ramos discusses "In the Heights" and "Love and Lies." Donate at dailyshow.com/BraveSpaceAlliance to help provide lifesaving resources like support groups, HIV prevention options, and housing and food services for Ch…
 
In publishing today, some of the most expressive, form-breaking, innovative writing seems to come from Native authors. While the written tradition often overlooks Indigenous authors, in recent years we have seen a small increase in Native people telling their own stories in their own ways. In a conversation facilitated by author Kristen Millares Yo…
 
A young man who turns his desire to join the army into a long stint as a volunteer ambulance driver. A teacher living in an old slum who is the only one brave—or foolish—enough to confront the gangs. A refugee who becomes a community organiser. A woman in a traditional village looking at the new development quickly encroaching on their land. A bore…
 
A story about an alien invasion typically revolves around diplomacy, military strategy, technological one-upmanship, and brinksmanship. But the invaders in Andy Weir’s Project Hail Mary: A Novel (Ballantine Books, 2021) are anything but typical. Rather than a scheming sentient enemy, Weir gives us Astrophage, an opponent who is mindless—and microsc…
 
Political Theorist Robert Bartlett spoke with the New Books in Political Science podcast about two of his recent publications, which take on translating the work of two distinct classical thinkers, Aristotle and Aristophanes. In discussing these thinkers, we talked about two of Aristophanes’ earliest extant plays, The Acharnians and The Knights. We…
 
Trevor examines America's crumbling water infrastructure, Michael Kosta and Roy Wood Jr. cover summer sports news, and comedian Yvonne Orji discusses "Bamboozled by Jesus" and "Insecure." Donate at dailyshow.com/BraveSpaceAlliance to help provide life-saving resources like support groups, HIV prevention options, and housing and food services for Ch…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave it Samantha Clarke interviews Holly Tucker MBE, founder of notonthehighstreet and Holly & Co. Holly is the UK Ambassador to Creative Small Businesses. She is a complete badass and hurricane who is forging ahead, empowering small business owners to get out there share their craft, their message and their purpose w…
 
Author Diana Stevan's sequel to the award-winning Sunflowers Under Fire. Lukia's story continues in Lilacs in the Dust Bowl (Peregrin Publishing, 2021), an inspirational family saga about love and heartache during the Great Depression. In 1929, when Lukia Mazurets, a widow and a Ukrainian peasant farmer, immigrates to Canada with her four children,…
 
Bitcoin cryptocurrency gets beleaguered on many fronts, comedian Gina Yashere talks "Cack-Handed" and "Bob Hearts Abishola," and NBA legend Chris Bosh discusses "Letters to a Young Athlete." Donate at dailyshow.com/BraveSpaceAlliance to help provide life-saving resources like support groups, HIV prevention options, and housing and food services for…
 
At a time when we are all confronted by not one, but many crossroads in our modern lives—identity, technology, trust, politics, and a global pandemic—celebrated mythologist and wilderness guide Martin Shaw delivers Smoke Hole: Looking to the Wild in the Time of the Spyglass (Chelsea Green, 2021): three metaphors to help us understand our world, one…
 
Today I talked to Ava Reid about her new book The Wolf and the Woodsman (Harper Voyager, 2021) The wolf, in the title refers to a pagan woman, given to the dreaded Woodsmen to keep her village safe. She’s part of a tithe, sent to satisfy the King, who demands a quota of witches every year. The impoverished villages hidden in the woods are inhabited…
 
Based loosely on a tragic real-life incident in 2014, One Kind Favor (WTAW Press, 2021) explores the consequences of the lynching of a young black man in rural North Carolina. After the lynching of Lincoln Lennox is discovered and subsequently covered up in the small fictional community of Cord, North Carolina, the ghosts who frequent the all-in-on…
 
For as often as it may seem to be the case, life doesn’t exist in extremes. Whatever pain, love, desire, or hurt, moving through life is a balancing act. We learn to hold onto what is important for our own growth, but we also learn that sometimes we must carry bits of the world for those who walk beside us and those yet to come. This balancing act …
 
What more can we learn about legendary American writer Elizabeth Bishop (1911-79), dubbed by Bethany Hicok “the most stunning poet of the twentieth century”, by exploring the wonderful archives of her life and work at Vassar? Why are literary archives coming back into vogue? How do new techniques in digital humanities create novel possibilities for…
 
City of Ghosts, the children's show on Netflix, is a bit hard to explain. It's animated in 3-D, and the characters — mostly children — look kind of like Wii avatars. It's set in Los Angeles, and the backgrounds are real places that thousands of people encounter here every day: Koreatown subway stations, Venice skate parks, East LA restaurants and s…
 
The coronavirus vaccination rate faces a snag in the U.S., Ronny Chieng gives a lecture on shady creative writing for the internet, and actor Indya Moore talks about their series "Pose." Donate at dailyshow.com/BraveSpaceAlliance to help provide life-saving resources like support groups, HIV prevention options and housing and food services for Chic…
 
Situated on picturesque Woolooware Bay in Sydney’s iconic Sutherland Shire, Anglicare's Woolooware Shores offers premium retirement living amidst a vibrant and friendly community. Damian Barker & Nik Dunoski from Jackson Teece Architects explain what were the steps in designing an entire aged care facility in what is a brownfield site sitting near …
 
Hasan Minhaj [The Daily Show, Homecoming King, Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj] and Anna talk about high school crushes, love, marriage, patriotism, redemption, the origins of his comedy, favorite Batman actors, a blue BMX bicycle that changed everything, and much more. Later in the episode, Anna and April Beyer of LEVEL talk with a listener who is q…
 
From June 2020, Laverne Cox discusses "Disclosure," her documentary about Hollywood's portrayals of trans people, and argues for professionally elevating members of marginalized communities. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
First, Jake asks Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm if President Biden is preparing to move forward on infrastructure without Republicans. Next, Jake talks to Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine about the growing cybersecurity threat against the US as well as Democrats’ voting rights push in the Senate. Then, Jake presses Republican Gov. Tate Reev…
 
March For Our Lives activists X Gonzalez and Matt Deitsch discuss their fight to establish comprehensive gun safety policies and get young people to vote in this interview from August 2018. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Comedy Central and iHeartRadio
 
Note: While this particular episode might be more intriguing for clinicians or folks in recovery from an eating disorder, I also believe there are nuggets in this conversation that will be intriguing to any listener with an interest in the body and psychology. You might think that working with the body would be a central component of eating disorde…
 
This week we have the amazing Elizabeth Kahn joining us. A consultant by day and actor / producer / creator by night, Elizabeth has a full life between her Minnesota roots and her Los Angeles home. Like our host Jonathan, Elizabeth is a Korean adoptee who was brought up in Mahtomedi, outside of St Paul Minnesota. We have a great discussion today ab…
 
In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, a Christian response to Pride Month, a major leadership change in Israel, and recent news involving the ERLC. They also cover new ERLC content including a critical abortion case headed to the Supreme Court, questions about content moderation on socia…
 
KC Trommer speaks to managing editor Emily Everett about her poem “The Couple,” which appears in The Common’s fall issue. In this conversation, Trommer discusses writing about artwork she finds compelling and sometimes disturbing, like the Louise Bourgeois sculpture explored in this poem. She also discusses her Queens-centered poetry project QUEENS…
 
Guest Kate Lebo discusses her newest book, The Book of Difficult Fruit: Arguments for the Tart, Tender, and Unruly with Recipes (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2021). While Lebo has authored more traditional cookbooks with stories, this collection of essays with recipes has more in common with creative nonfiction, autobiography, or a quirky reference …
 
The Craziest Day of my Entire Career is a segment that gives us the chance to talk with some of our favorite people about some truly unbelievable stories. Stepping up to the plate this time around is longtime standup comedian Chris Gethard. When we asked Chris about the craziest day of his entire career, he shared with us the jaw-dropping, complete…
 
Marlon Peterson grew up in 1980s and 90s Crown Heights, raised by Trinidadian immigrants. Amid the routine violence and crack epidemic that would come to shape the perception of his neighborhood, Peterson spent his childhood preaching the good word alongside his father, a devout Jehovah’s Witness. The specter of the American Dream loomed large, and…
 
The year is 1985. Durga is visiting her grandmother Mary in rural Malaysia. It’s not a particularly happy occasion: Mary is tough and sharp-tongued, and “home” sparks bad memories for Durga. But a fireworks accident that sends Mary to hospital begins to unravel family secrets that had been building over generations, built by both Mary and Durga. Fr…
 
Joanna Scott is the author of 12 works of fiction, including Arrogance, a PEN/Faulkner finalist; and The Manikin, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Her awards include a MacArthur Fellowship, a Guggenheim fellowship, and the Rosenthal Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The episode explores the line between fact and fantasy, betwee…
 
Do you have a cookbook in you? Thinking about a memoir with recipes? How about a food blog? Have you ever yearned to be an Instagram Influencer or dreamt of joining the waning ranks of restaurant reviewers? If that’s the case, stop whatever you are doing and get ahold of Will Write for Food: Pursue Your Passion and Bring Home the Dough Writing Reci…
 
In story after story in her diverse new collection, Rising and Other Stories, Gale Massey illustrates the moments that shape and alter destiny. Bringing each to life through interconnected themes of moving water and a sense of loss, Massey shares with us an unvarnished narrative of a world that objectifies women and the strength and resourcefulness…
 
Ben Okri joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Rescue Will Begin in Its Own Time,” four short fiction pieces by Franz Kafka, translated from the German by Michael Hofmann, which were published in The New Yorker in June of 2020. Okri is the author of two dozen books of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, including the novels “The Famished Roa…
 
Ann, Fran, & Mary Ann (53rd State Press, 2020) is a new play by Erin Courtney, one of the most exciting contemporary American playwrights. This is a play that engages with themes of science, religion, and trauma through a highly theatrical and character-driven storytelling style. Ann and Mary Ann were both witnesses of traumatic events in their chi…
 
This is the second episode of a four-part series featuring the winners and honorable mentions of the 2021 Book Awards for the Association of Asian American Studies. This episode features two of the winners in Creative Writing: Poetry: Benjamín Naka-Hasebe Kingsley, whose poetry collection Colonize Me explores the lives of those communities and peop…
 
Rick Steves is probably best known as a public media travel expert. He's mastered the art of travel in his public television programs: Rick Steves' Europe and Travels in Europe with Rick Steves. Rick always finds ways to travel around Europe that are fun and practical. He's got a cheerful, and charming presence on TV. Since around March last year..…
 
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