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Adventure outside with Luis Escobar, trail running legend, race director, running mentor and photographer, as he converses with athletes and public figures about all things extreme sports. We’ll cover everything from sell-out trail races to the most unknown ultra-running adventures around the globe, swing over into the world of rock climbing, and dive into mountain biking, triathlons and more.
 
If the US Government asked you to move to Colombia to hunt down the world’s most brutal narco-terrorist, what would you say? Real Narcos meets the real DEA agents tasked with bringing down some of history’s most notorious criminal masterminds - from the King of Cocaine, Pablo Escobar, to the most powerful drug trafficker on the planet, El Chapo. Head to www.noiser.com to learn more about Noiser shows. Also, check out our other podcast, Real Dictators. Out now!
 
The Sicario Effect is a new series from Exclave Media. Jhon Jairo Velasquez Vasquez alias “Popeye” was Pablo Escobar’s top lieutenant and The Medellin Cartel's chief sicario (assassin). He’s publicly admitted to having personally killed 300 people. In 2014, after 23 years in prison, Popeye was released. Rather than lay low and enjoy his new freedom, he took to the internet and became a social media star, “Popeye the Repentant”. And as we discovered, that’s just the beginning. This is a story ...
 
Therapy of Soul is a monthly podcast by escobar P who is all about feelings through music. If your soul need a therapy then press play, close your eyes and be ready to travel in a world where music is the driver. It is available on the iTunes Store, so don't hesitate to subscribe and download. I'm now on facebook, so don't hesitate to like my page for the latest music news. https://www.facebook.com/escobarpmusic
 
Welcome to Purposely Curious! Join your host Mary as we bring you interviews and discussions on life's most curious topics. Our guests come from all walks of life with expertises, specialties, and life experiences as they open up and share their knowledge on life's most interesting curiousities.
 
Plant Music is a New York based Dance label with artists Eli Escobar, HeavyFeet Tittsworth, Clubfeet, The Glass, Dances With White Girls and many many more.. Plant has a constantly expanding roster of talent, each making their own brand of club music. Plant does not stick to one sound, but attempts to release fantastic rhythmic pop music, always with an eye on New York. www.plantmusic.com
 
Stories of inspiration, impact and transformation because of podcasting The power of podcasting, as a producer, a listener and it's community is bigger than download numbers and established brands. The medium itself can transform lives. Each episode is hosted by a different podcaster, and they share their stories that happened because of podcasting. If you want to participate in the Thanks, Podcasting project email thefeed@libsyn.com
 
If you're looking for *quick* and succinct tips on how to podcast, grow your audience, and monetize your show this is NOT the show for you. Will you get all that from this show? Absolutely! And a lot more, but not in way you expect. This show is a personality driven show hosted by powerhouses and podcasting industry experts Jessica Kupferman and Elsie Escobar (supported by their producer John.) They will give you insightful, wise, expert advice about all aspects about the podcasting industry ...
 
SPK Show is a comedy, culture, and sports show hosted by local has-beens Dan Escobar, Dhobie Gracia, and Alex Restrepo. These three will give you the ignorant hot-takes that are usually only found in the locker room or your local bar.
 
(Apple's Best of 2018) In-depth conversations with people at the top of their game. Jordan Harbinger unpacks guests' wisdom into practical nuggets you can use to impact your work, life, and relationships. Learn from leaders (Ray Dalio, Simon Sinek, Mark Cuban), entertainers (Moby, Tip "T.I." Harris, Dennis Quaid), scientists (Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye), athletes (Kobe Bryant, Dennis Rodman, Tony Hawk) and an eclectic array of fascinating minds, from art forgers and arms traffickers to sp ...
 
Write. Publish. Market. At First Draught we love a good brew (or bourbon) almost as much as we love our writing. So we decided to combine the two! Each month you'll find a new episode about the craft of writing a good book, or a discussion on handling the publishing industry. More info at: FirstDraughtWriting.com Support our show at: https://www.patreon.com/firstdraught Hosts: Alexis Anne (author of The Storm Inside and Tease series) Mary Chris Escobar (author of Neverending Beginnings) Juli ...
 
What's your favorite history? Each interview on this podcast begins with this one question. Our guests are people who like history and get really excited about a particular time, place or person from our distant or not so distant past. The jumping off point is the place where our they became curious then entered the rabbit hole into discovery through scholarly research, pop culture, documentaries, other podcasts...We look at history through the filter of other peoples eyes.https://www.buzzsp ...
 
MIC DIAZ PRESENTS PODCAST WHO IS SOCAL?: COMEDIANS Thursday, February 11 at 8 PM [ RAFFLE GIVEAWAY ] RAFFLE #1: 1 Bodhi’s Light Scented Candle Trio Three scented coconut wax candles with gold print matches $36 value from Dia Nanette Vechayiem of Bodhi's Light RAFFLE #2: 1 Makeup Blender Cup with Reusable Cup and Straw (choose the "flavor") $15 value from Mic Diaz of The HiFi Hedgehog Gift Shop RAFFLE #3: 2 Kombee Kits + 1 Basting Brush Chicken Inasal Mix with Garlic Oil $13 value from Carmel ...
 
Welcome to the Fat Fueled Family podcast, where every week we talk about things like Nutrition, training, how to live a healthy & active lifestyle with your little ones, peaceful parenting, education, and of course, mindset. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram @ketocounterculture @fatfueledmom and @fatfueledkids, and on YouTube @fatfueledfamily To stay up to date with everything we’re doing, please sign up with your email at www.fatfueled.family, and check out our blog for wo ...
 
We're Emily Einolander and Corinne Kalasky and we're mapping the frontier between traditional and indie publishing. We interview people from all over the industry—publishers, marketers, publicists, editors, and authors. Whether they be self-published, small press, or from the corporate Big 5 publishers, we want to hear from everyone! And we also talk some crap in the process, because otherwise what fun would we be? Opinions don't reflect those of our employers. [Theme song by Amy Hakanson | ...
 
Inspiring, spicy, fun, joyful and uplifting live and unplugged yoga classes taught by Pittsburgh yoga teacher Elsie Escobar. Classes range from strong beginners to advanced. They are 1hr or 1hr and 15 min. Depending on the level and length of the individual class they may include all or some of the following: a theme, meditation, pranayama, warm ups, sun salutations, standing poses, arm balances, hip openers, thigh stretches, backbends, forward bends, cool down poses and relaxation. Remember ...
 
The Unlatched Mind podcast is a long form discussion on topics including neuroscience, morality, behavioral science, religion, artificial intelligence, psychology and philosophy. Host Vinny Vallarine introduces listeners to guests and experts on these, and other topics of interest.
 
Hosted by Michelle Siman, Lemon Water is a series of ongoing conversations and interviews with leaders in the health and wellness community. As a self-proclaimed wellness enthusiast, Michelle uses this platform to learn from her guests as they share tips and stories on their own journeys.
 
In football, or soccer, there are rules for a ball out of play. That’s exactly where we’re taking you in this podcast series. Because every four years during the World Cup, it’s more than a simple story of goals scored and athletic displays. Sometimes, the really interesting part starts after the final whistle. We crossed the world to talk with journalists and passionate fans to bring you some of these stories that all have one thing in common: the World Cup. In the stories you’ll hear, some ...
 
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This year’s Atlanta Film Festival and Creative Conference run from April 22 through May 2. The ATLFF is the annual centerpiece of educational film programming provided year-round by its parent organization the Atlanta Film Society. This festival is one of only a few worldwide that is Academy Award qualifying in three or more categories. “City Light…
 
DEA Special Agents Steve Murphy and Javier Pena share their incredible story as the lead investigators responsible for bringing down Pablo Escobar. Javier and Steve join Unlatched Mind to discuss what it was like to battle the world’s first “narcotics terrorist” and how the famous case impacted their life. We also talk about the massively successfu…
 
CONTACT ME: @SpazPhoenix @SpazPhoenix1 Check out my friends: @blackcatfeline @Guapo_504 @CountdownEnded @OKayFabe On Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/user/SpazPhoenix Search "Spaz Phoenix Podcast" on: -Anchor.fm -Apple Podcasts (iTunes) -Spotify -Stitcher -Google Podcasts -iHeartRadio -TuneIn -Breaker -Castbox -RadioPublic -Pocket Casts -Spreaker -…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, the long-time, sometimes controversial, and always fascinating geopolitical commentator Pepe Escobar joins Parallax Views to discuss some of the events the lead up to his the current decade we face, which he calls "The Raging Twenties". Although this conversation was initially intended to cover Pepe's new book Rag…
 
Get to know your local rancher! Kevin Escobar is ours, and we had a really fun conversation with him & his lovely wife Sadena. E BAR CATTLE COMPANY was born from a Husband & Wife’s intention to honor their combined ranching heritage & rediscover what those who came before them knew about raising cattle. Their families, Escobar and Pearce, share a c…
 
Former Atlanta Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce said he felt a range of emotions when Derek Chauvin was pronounced guilty of George Floyd’s murder. Soon after Floyd’s death last May, Pierce spearheaded the NBA’s Coaches for Racial Justice initiative, which seeks to influence policy reform. Pierce told WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress that he…
 
After 10 hours of deliberations, jurors found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of murdering George Floyd last May. Chauvin was convicted Tuesday of second- and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Wednesday’s edition of “Closer Look” focuses on what happened during the three-week trial, what Chauvin’s conviction…
 
For years, the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ student population has been racially diverse. For most of that time though, those students have been represented by an all-white school board. The ‘Lag Effect’ In 2018, voters elected Gwinnett’s first board member of color, Everton “EJ” Blair, a graduate of Shiloh High School. Then, in November 2020, t…
 
One day after a jury convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on murder charges, the U.S. Justice Department launched an investigation into possible patterns of discrimination and excessive force among the police department there. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced the new civil inquiry on Wednesday, the first such “pattern…
 
Judge Glenda Hatchett, who represented the family of Philando Castile after he was shot and killed by a Minnesota police officer in 2016, discussed the guilty verdict of Derek Chauvin yesterday. Chauvin is a former officer who was convicted for the murder of George Floyd by kneeling on his neck, sparking national outrage. Hatchett is also a foundin…
 
On our final episode in our Earth Month series special powered by Seedlip, we are sitting down with the founder and creator of Rainbo, a sustainably cultivated medicinal mushroom brand based out of Toronto, Canada. Tonya Papanikolov shares her story of why she fell in love with the fungi world. In today's episode we deep dive into the incredible wo…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, veteran journalist Barnes Carr joins us to discuss an underdiscussed aspect of WWI history: the U.S.-backed plot to assassinate Vladimir Lenin and install a Western-friendly dictator in Russia. In his new book, The Lenin Plot: The untold Story of America's Midnight War Against Russia, Carr lays out the details of …
 
Corporate America wants you to know that it takes climate change seriously. But how can you tell if businesses will follow through? Here’s one idea that’s catching on: Cut the pay of corporate leaders if they don’t meet their climate goals. Though the practice is not widespread, several firms — including oil companies such as Shell, Murphy Oil and …
 
A celebration of friendship is at the heart of Kate in Waiting, the new young adult novel by Becky Albertalli. The book is loaded with humor and an understanding of teenage anxiety. After the success of Albertalli’s previous novel, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, and its 2018 film adaptation Love, Simon, she continued to write engaging, witty st…
 
As Atlanta’s suburbs become more racially diverse, they’re starting to see more minority representation on some suburban school boards. But even though some boards may start to better resemble the student population, new tensions are also cropping up. What’s In a Name? In Cobb County, about 63% of the students are non-white. That diversity isn’t qu…
 
Recap on acquisitions and of course Glow, iOS 14.5 (again,) listener privacy, Feedburner coming back from the dead? Amazon Music in more countries Shout-outs from Elsie, the RIAA busy with takedown notices and podcasters needing to get DMCA takedown lessons, plus of course stats, geographic and user agent! SIGN UP FOR SOCIAL MEDIA BEST PRACTICES FO…
 
Professor Tammy Greer, Ph.D., researches civic education and engagement in the Political Science department at Clark Atlanta University. Dr. Greer is working on a book that examines the ability of modern social movements to affect actual policy changes. Christopher Alston contributed to this report. The post Political Science Professor Looks At Eff…
 
When Joe Biden offered his condolences to the loved ones of George Floyd in a video address that played at Floyd’s funeral service last year, he posed a question. “Why, in this nation, do too many Black Americans wake up knowing they could lose their life in the course of living their life?” Biden asked. Biden, then his party’s presumptive presiden…
 
David Kilgour is a human rights activist, former lawyer, and Canadian politician. He is a Senior Fellow to the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, and co-author of Bloody Harvest: Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China. What We Discuss with David Kilgour: Who is targeted by the Chinese government for forced organ harvesting, an…
 
Two Atlanta-based doctors agree that good health starts in the community — and it’s going to take collaborative work from everyone to combat COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy — and defeat the ongoing health crisis. “As a health care worker and a health care provider, I think it’s important that myself and my colleagues take every opportunity to talk to pa…
 
On Monday, Australia and New Zealand launched their long-anticipated travel bubble that will allow residents of each country to visit the other without having to quarantine upon arrival. Emotional videos capturing long-awaited reunions in arrival halls in various airports across Australia and New Zealand have been circulating online since the first…
 
A note: The following eight-minute story includes detailed descriptions of a deadly shooting and might not be appropriate for all audiences. Listener and parental discretion is advised. Elcias Hernandez Ortiz had just finished a busy day fixing cars at his auto repair shop in Cherokee County when he decided to go next door for a massage. March 16 w…
 
The last time Sean Kazmar Jr. got an at-bat in the big leagues was 2008 when he was with the San Diego Padres. He’s been itching to get back to the majors ever since. “You know, obviously it’s crossed my mind, and looking back at those 12 whatever years, 200 days, it kinda flew by in a sense,” said Kazmar. It flew by in the minor leagues with the M…
 
Kevin Gillese stepped down as artistic director of Dad’s Garage Theatre Company at the end of 2019. Since that time, he’s been involved with producing a film comedy featuring adult actors with special needs. Famous comedic actors like Amber Nash and Colin Mochrie share the screen with local actor and Special Olympics competitor Luke Davis. The feat…
 
As an art form, jazz has been notoriously slow to include women instrumentalists, but Tia Fuller — jazz saxophonist, composer and professor at Berklee College of Music — is on a mission to change that. A Spelman alumna, Fuller has shared the stage with Aretha Franklin and Beyoncé; Ralph Peterson and Terri Lyne Carrington; and her very own quartet. …
 
About a third of seniors living in Atlanta’s public housing have received a COVID-19 vaccine as a result of an effort from the city’s low-income housing agency. The Atlanta Housing Authority owns a dozen senior high-rises throughout the city. In those high rises are about 1900 residents. Most are above the age of 62, although some are younger and d…
 
“I feel honored to get to run with Sebastian, like knowing what this kid is going to do in the future ... I’m in the presence of greatness.” Max King is an ultrarunner and outdoorsman. He talks about his running camp, Bend OR., coaching Sebastian, and jorts. Sebastian Salsbury is a 15 year old trail runner. Hear how he got his start running. Hear a…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, it was announced earlier this week that the May deadline for U.S. troop withdrawal in Afghanistan has been changed. President Joe Biden has announced that the troops will be withdrawn by September 11th, 2021, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. Maj. Danny Sjursen, the "Skeptical Vet" of the…
 
First, Dana asks Chief Biden Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci about the administration’s decision to temporarily pause the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Next, Dana presses National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan about President Biden’s decision to end the war in Afghanistan, as well as the Kremlin’s treatment of Russian opposition leader Alexe…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, for nearly 50 years Troma has been the independent movie studio with an uncompromising vision that has alternately grossed out, offended, and entertained audiences from around the world with such features as The Toxcic Avenger franchise, the Class of Nuke Em High series, Troma's War, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chi…
 
Personal updates involving COVID-19 tests, being a hypochondriac, wine down the drain, pregnancy surprises, kicking sugar habits and making choices that make you feel good. THEN #podcasting stuff: news about neuroscience and podcasting, Audioboom, Glow, and how much folks are getting paid to HOST A PODCAST. There's also LOTS of yelling by Elsie and…
 
This week, federal public health officials recommended a pause in the use of Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. This after reports of rare, but serious, blood clots. The FDA and Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention met to review this handful of serious reactions and decided it was too soon to recommend vaccinations wi…
 
DeKalb County police early Friday morning released bodycam footage and two 911 calls related to a shooting in which at least two officers fired multiple rounds at a Black man who moments later died inside a house he said was his own. Police and the DeKalb medical examiner’s office did not respond to questions by deadline about whether the shots wou…
 
The intersections of photography, representation and identity are central to a new exhibition at the High Museum of Art. “Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection” was curated by the High Museum’s Sarah Kennel with Maria L. Kelly, curatorial assistant for photography. Kennel is also The High’s Donald and Marilyn Keough Family Curator o…
 
The local food scene has suffered greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic, with many restaurants shutting their doors indefinitely. In spite of this, food lover Mike Pimentel has kept his pop-up restaurant in business. Mike speaks here with his wife, Fei Lai, about how his passion for cooking began as a teen — by helping his mom get dinner on the tabl…
 
“Habitat,” a new outdoor exhibition at Fernbank Museum, invites guests to explore natural habitats and biomes throughout the world. The exhibit features interactive tours of natural environments, complete with large-scale sculptures of animals, nests, flowers and more. Director of education at the Fernbank Museum, Sarah Arnold, joined “City Lights”…
 
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has appointed the city’s first-ever poet laureate. Author, playwright, and political activist Pearl Cleage is currently the playwright in residence at the Alliance Theatre and the Just Us Theater Company, but she is no stranger to Atlanta City Hall. She formerly worked as a press secretary and speechwriter for May…
 
It’s happened. The week we’ve all been craving for months on end has finally happened. Beer gardens are officially OPEN. So what better way to mark this momentous occasion on the calender than having Chris & Dom leave the studio to do the show from an actual beer garden! As you can imagine, these two got settled very quickly and Pippa, James & Toby…
 
The schizophrenic mother with whom you've never had a great relationship is out of hospital and probably in need of high maintenance care. You feel guilty for saying so, but just being around her makes you want to leave town and disappear without leaving a forwarding address. Is there a way to ensure she's taken care of without taking on the burden…
 
On this edition of Parallax Views, one of the world's foremost philosophers, Slavoj Zizek, joins us to discuss the global crises civilization faces today, from the COVID pandemic and global warming to digital suveillance and mass mental health struggles in an era of jungle capitalism, and how we must face these crises while holding onto hope and le…
 
The Atlanta City Council says it’s cracking down on what it calls “nuisance properties.” Specifically, restaurants that have been masquerading as nightclubs, according to District 11 Councilwoman Marci Collier-Overstreet. She told WABE’s “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress that several restaurants with late-night alcohol servings and overcrowd…
 
Matthew Zadok Williams called his mother every other day. So Chrys Ann Lewis got worried earlier this week when she didn’t hear from her son. “My son always calls me. He listens to me. He makes me feel like a little girl,” said Lewis, surrounded by four of her daughters while making preparations for Williams’ funeral. “I’m just going to miss talkin…
 
Three weeks after it was signed into law, local election officials in Georgia are still trying to understand all of the implications of the state’s controversial election overhaul. While officials interviewed think the Republican-led measure has some good provisions, many felt sidelined as the law was being written and say that parts of it will mak…
 
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Signs of an economic boom are emerging as Americans open up their wallets to spend freely. Retail sales soared 9.8% in March, according to a report Thursday from the Commerce Department. The increase follows a 2.7% slump in February, which analysts blamed partly on severe winter weather. The surge is being fueled by shoppers flush with cash from $1…
 
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