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In My Heart is a podcast hosted by Heather Thomson and is about all things from entrepreneurship, to motherhood and marriage, nutrition, fashion, travel, adventure, friendships and above all, it is about sparking the curiosity we all have inside us that can help us explore our passions and live our dreams. It started with the concept of conversations with friends, experts, learning more, encouraging independent thinking, and digging deeper into topics to inspire new perspectives. Each week, ...
 
Coffee and Books podcast is hosted by Marc Lamont Hill, a noted author, social commentator, professor, and owner of a coffee shop and bookstore in Philadelphia named Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books. In each episode he chats with authors and prominent public figures who share the backstory behind their latest book. An organic conversation that flows naturally from the book at hand, through the writer’s journey, and of course, the author’s own taste in books. The tone is curious and smart, infor ...
 
Hey, guess what? Scissoring Isn't a Thing—or is it? From discussing identity to dismantling old school stereotypes about the LGBTQ+ community, co-hosts Daryn Carp (Andy Cohen's assistant and host of People's Reality Check) and Liz Culley (digital media executive and podcaster) get some of the most personal and hilarious interviews from your favorite celebs and personalities. Covering pop culture to coming out stories to even celeb crushes, no topic is off limits. Daryn and Liz are entertainm ...
 
“Giving It up For Less” is a podcast about oversharing hosted by actress and comedian Lauren Ash (Superstore). If you know Lauren, you know she’s someone who often talks about her real life in very public settings. Lauren is joined by old and new friends to share real stories about their lives that they probably shouldn’t tell. Tune in each week to catch a new story that you didn’t know you needed to hear. "Giving It Up For Less" is produced by Embassy Row.
 
Not Great is a weekly comedy and interview podcast ruminating on politics, pop culture, and society, hosted by BuzzFeed News culture writer Scaachi Koul. (If you listen to the show, you can learn how to actually say her impossible name.) Each week, Scaachi and her guests break down the news and what’s making us so miserable (there’s a lot!), all with the hope that we can find some bright spots in the wreckage. It’s Not Great, but at least we can dig through the garbage together.
 
Locals from around the world share the hidden treasures of their city. We’ll go beyond the basic tourist attractions to discover the best things to do, eat, drink, and see from a local’s point of view. Whether you’re using airline miles, hotel points, or cold hard cash to travel, our goal is for you to have the best experience possible when you visit these cities thanks to the insider knowledge of our guests. Stay tuned and subscribe so that you can join us when we travel there.
 
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Over his 16 year career, entertainment journalist Dave Quinn has made a name for himself covering the New York theatre scene, pop-culture and everything Bravo. During his chat with Daryn and Liz, Dave opens up about coming out to his family, teachable moments with some of the Bravo “Housewives” and why it’s so important to love yourself first.…
 
On this episode, Marc is conversation with Assistant Professor and poet Nate Marshall, along with the Uncle Boobies team to discuss former President Barack Obama's new book; A Promised Land. They dive into the importance of this book to independent bookstores, why this memoir was necessary for Obama to write, and how this book stacks up against oth…
 
"We're in Queretaro, Mexico, with Ray Blakney of LiveLingua.com. Ray and I talk about the Pena de Bernal monolith, ancient pyramids that are over 2000 years old, and hacienda tours. Show notes are at WeTravelThere.com/queretaro Bluffworks’ stylish clothing is designed with the modern traveler in mind. It is wrinkle-resistant, machine washable, and …
 
Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 10 and All Stars Season 5 star Miz Cracker sits down with us to discuss her new podcast “She’s a Woman,” how queer men can be better allies to womxn and why dating isn’t the top priority at the moment. Special thanks to our partner, Pernod Ricard. Visit https://www.pernod-ricard-usa.com/gifting and use code SIAT20 for 20% …
 
Heather and Marc Siden, Co-Founder and CEO of Cloud Water Brands, discuss being serial entrepreneurs, the misconceptions of CBD and how Cloud Water can boost your performance. Thanks to our partner, Calm App. Get started today at CALM.COM/inmyheart for 40% off unlimited access to Calm's entire library.…
 
Marc and Kiese discuss Kiese's decision to reissue his book How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Kiese reveals his motivation for reissuing the book with six new additional essays, how little he got paid for his first publishing deal, thinking he would never live to see people read his art, and how a popular book written by Toni Morri…
 
We're in Latrobe Valley, Australia, with Tegan Dawson of the Haunted Hills Podcast. We talk about the rainforests of Tarra Bulga National Park, the gold mining town of Walhalla, and hiking at the Morwell River Falls Reserve. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/latrobe I love to travel, but I hate waiting. CLEAR uses biometrics to verify you…
 
Kristi Knoblich-Palmer, co-founder of Kiva Confections, chats with Lo this week about going from pursuing a career in photography to co-founding a cannabis company, how to properly dose edibles and some of the challenges cannabis companies face. Thanks to our partner, Brooklinen. Visit www.brooklinen.com and use code WELLNESS at checkout for 10% of…
 
Grab your bedazzled Sidekicks and your favorite velour jumpsuit! We have celebrity fashion and portrait photographer Carols Eric Lopez on the show to discuss what it was like being best friends with the “It Girls” of the early 2000’s, coming out and finding common ground with his conservative father and his hopes for the future of America.…
 
Heather is joined by Andy Cohen, American radio and television talk show host, producer, and 3x Bestselling Author, to discuss how the Real Housewives franchise came about, balancing current culture within the show, publishing two diaries that caused him to reflect on his life and led to the decision to have a child, slowing down in the midst of a …
 
On this special episode of Coffee and Books, Marc dives into what motivated him to write his latest book; "We Still Here: Pandemic, Policing, Protest and Possibility." He is interviewed by his friend, and fellow New York Times Best selling Author, Mychal Denzel Smith. The two break down the book and the importance of why Marc wrote the book in this…
 
We're in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with Jeremy Hance, the author of "Baggage: Confessions of a Globe-Trotting Hypochondriac." We talk about the Mall of America, hiking to Minnehaha Falls, and the Renaissance Fair. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/minneapolis Miles and points make travel affordable, but tracking them is difficult. That's wh…
 
Emily Fletcher, founder of Ziva Meditation, tells Lo how meditation can actually heal you on a cellular level, how to move from “team stress” to “team bliss” and gives some pointers on how to navigate the current world mindfully. Thank you to our partner Green Chef. Visit GreenChef.com/ilw90 and enter code ILW90 for $90 off your first four boxes pl…
 
Heather is joined by Juhi Singh, CEO & Founder of The Juhi Ash Center, to discuss being diagnosed at age 16 with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, the Ayurvedic principles that saved her life and became the forefront of her practice, how treatment protocol should never be a one size fits all approach, and her tips for at-home wellness.…
 
We're in Brisbane, Australia, with Breanda Cross of BreandaFromBrisbane.com. We talk about the Australian Zoo made famous by Steve Irwin, beautiful beaches & islands off the coast & Adventure World. Show notes are at WeTravelThere.com/brisbane Acorns invests your spare change automatically on every purchase. Plus, you can earn Found Money by shoppi…
 
Ju Rhyu, founder of Hero Cosmeticsm, shares her story of going from a corporate American to founding her own company. She talks about how she was introduced to acne patches while on a business trip in Korea, how they went from a single product launch on Amazon to a full line available at many stores, including Target and her tips for skin care. Tha…
 
Emil Wilbekin, Founder of Native Son, talks to Heather about contracting HIV while working as a fashion director and living in fear, turning that fear into fuel for his activism as a Black gay man, philanthropic community building for Black LGBTQ men through Native Son, his time spent as Editor-in-Chief of Vibe Magazine, and his spiritual journey.…
 
On this special episode of Coffee and Books, the 55th Anniversary of the release of The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Marc examines the cultural significance of this piece of literature with oral historian and educator, Zaheer Ali. The two unpack what impact the book has had on their personal lives, Alex Haley and Malcolm X's process for writing the …
 
We're in St Louis, Missouri, with Dea Hoover of AreWeThereYetDea.com. Dea and I talk about views from the Gateway Arch, taking a Riverboat Tour, and why the zoo and museums are free. Show notes are at WeTravelThere.com/stlouis Bluffworks’ stylish clothing is designed with the modern traveler in mind. It is wrinkle-resistant, machine washable, and v…
 
Lo is joined by Arielle Lorre, host of The Blonde Files Podcast, to discuss how she has learned to manage her gut and hormone issues, her struggle against addiction, and finding freedom and peace within herself .Visit GreenChef.com/ilw80 and enter code ILW80 for $80 off your first month plus free shipping on your first box!…
 
Heather is joined by friend and publicist Hampton Carney, Chief Executive Officer of Paul Wilmot Communications, whose clients include prestige fashion, beauty, and hospitality brands, to discuss their journey coming up in the fashion industry together, working on Sean John, communicating brands to consumers in the 90’s without social media and how…
 
On this episode of Coffee and Books, Marc talks with professor Bettina Love. The two discuss her book; We Want to Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom. Marc and Bettina discuss how comedy and fiction impact her nonfiction writing, what book changed everything for her, and why she identifies as a writer …
 
We're in New Orleans, Louisiana, with Angela and Mark Aspiazu of NOSecretsTours.com. We talk about exploring the history of the French Quarter, listening to live Jazz music, and visiting the World War II museum. Show notes are at WeTravelThere.com/neworleans I love to travel, but I hate waiting. CLEAR uses biometrics to verify your identity to skip…
 
Bee Shapiro, Founder of Ellis Brooklyn and New York Times columnist of Skin Deep, joins us to discuss her the pivot in her career in law to a New York Times beauty columnist, creating Ellis Brooklyn after becoming pregnant and discovering there were no clean options for fragrance, and learning to find the silver linings. Thank you to our partner Gr…
 
It’s our last episode of the season! What a journey we’ve been on. To cap it all off, we’re trudging dutifully into the manosphere and the 21 Summit, which is all about the importance of the patriarchy. Scaachi talks to ardent anti-feminists Anthony Johnson, Steve Brule, George Bruno, and Michael Foster — everyone agrees with each other and everyth…
 
On this episode, Marc is in conversation with New York Times Best Selling author, Assistant Professor, activist and cultural critic, Brittney Cooper. The two discuss her book, Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower and dive into what the term "eloquent rage" means, and how she "owned her anger"; criticism of Beyoncè, what we book(…
 
We're on the Jersey Shore of New Jersey with RC Staab, the author of 100 Things to do on the Jersey Shore Before You Die. We talk about visiting New Jersey lighthouses, exploring Cape May Victorians, and gambling at Atlantic City casinos. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/jerseyshore Miles and points make travel affordable, but tracking t…
 
We know the president has COVID-19, but we’re looking for distractions. So this week, we talk to author Carmen Maria Machado about the ethics of binging Law & Order: SVU, considering that it’s all just cop propaganda. Plus, For Life co-executive producer Sonay Hoffman talks to us about why she avoids police procedurals. Finally, writer Gabby Noone …
 
This is a special episode of Coffee and Books with the Uncle Bobbie's team, which is the coffee shop and bookstore that Marc owns. The group discusses the impact Covid had on Uncle Bobbie's and how they were able to pivot, the most sought after books at the store that you should be reading, and they discuss highly anticipated upcoming book releases…
 
We're in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with Ashley Biggers, the author of Secret Albuquerque. We talk about the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, historic pueblos, and the Sandia Peak Tramway. Show notes are at https://WeTravelThere.com/albuquerque Acorns invests your spare change automatically on every purchase. Plus, you can earn Found Money by sh…
 
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