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To listen live when ON-AIR: https://wildthingsports.airtime.pro/# Contact: smallbitesradio@gmail.com For a list of guest who have appeared on Small Bites - https://bluejeanfood.com/smallbitesradio/ Small Bites with Donato Marino and Derek Timm of Bluejeanfood.com is the #1 listed "Food Radio Show Philadelphia", #1 listed "Food Radio Show South Jersey", named #14 for Top Hospitality Programs on the Planet for 2020, and the most popular* weekly hospitality based program in the area. Small Bite ...
 
Located at the intersection of Philadelphia and food, the Jawn Appetit podcast is a fun, informative - and sometimes, irreverent - look at the local restaurant scene without the pretentiousness that you might find elsewhere. Each week, we'll give you our takes on the hottest establishments in Philly and tell you where you can find the best eats in (and around) the City of Brotherly Love.
 
This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
Jewish Philly, a monthly broadcast brought to you by Jewish Federation staffers, will give you the rundown on everything you need to know about being Jewish in Greater Philadelphia: current events, the latest news, food, arts and culture and more! Additionally, each podcast will feature a special, well-known guest who will share and discuss their own personal connections to Judaism. Whether you’re tuning in on your commute or relaxing at home, Jewish Philly will not be one to miss.
 
Write Your Own Media presents Tha Late Bloomers ! We are a Philadelphia rooted urban entertainment news podcast and home of " A Word With @_Wy_o " & @EatingWithEAZE food journal. We give you the news old or new, it's better late than never!!! Hosted by Wy-O (@_wy_o) & OG Eaze (@eatingwitheaze ) Subscribe and follow us on social media @ThaLateBloomers Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tha-late-bloomers/support
 
Tissue in The Tape is the definitive Hip-Hop Culture podcast powered by The Official HeatHolderz, Phillmatic365 & DavisBackwards. Artists interviews, music reviews, and cultural news covering more than just music, It's Beats, Rhymes & Life because Everything is Hip-Hop and Hip-Hop is 365. A member of The HeatHolder Network #RespectHeatHolderz!
 
Nutrition NUTZ is a podcast that explores new health trends, tried & true dietary supplements and cutting edge research. The guests include; national educators, health brand representatives, naturopaths, herbalists and industry leaders. They will discuss many categories including; CBD, Collagen, Keto, Paleo, Organic, Non GMO, and Vegan (to name a few) plus health concerns like joint pain, exercise support, aging and seasonal remedies. All of the guests are "NUTZ" about healthy living and som ...
 
Looking for hard-hitting analysis on the growing crisis? Searching for a revolutionary anarchist, anti-fascist, and autonomous anti-capitalist alternative to the far-Right and the neo-liberal center? Looking to learn more about grassroots revolt and social movements across North America? Every week It’s Going Down produces three audio programs: IGDshow: Features interviews and discussions produced for the Pacifica Radio Network. These 58min radio ready shows are broadcast Fridays, 12pm-1pm P ...
 
Look Like a Local is a travel podcast that will take you across North America. We interview local residents of travel destinations to find out where the best places to eat, see, and hang out are. It's like having a friend in all sorts of travel destinations to give you the inside tour and get you off of tourist trap lane. Look Like a Local is for anyone who wants to find the local's favorite places to that aren't going to be mentioned in the guidebooks.
 
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Massive protests continue across India as farmers fear the government has betrayed them in the service of large corporations. It appears Edvard Munch hid a secret message on the canvas of his iconic painting, 'The Scream.' And it seems multiple airplane engines are failing mid-flight, prompting authorities to raise concern about possible future acc…
 
Tales of ancient, advanced technologies have flourished in the last few decades. Is it possible that the stories of flying gods and machines contained in the Vedas — texts written in India over 3000 years ago — are based on real, now lost technological advancements? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In this week's Listener Mail, Ben and Matt explore the mystery of ancient liquid mercury in burial sites across the planet. A listener asks about influenza, Covid and cover-ups. The guys share messages from your fellow Conspiracy Realists about the long-term, often unexplored, consequences of nuclear testing in the Marshall Islands. Learn more abou…
 
The ways we get around are changing – and that's especially true in big cities. Vehicle and bike-sharing services are booming, making it easier to leave cars at home or forego car ownership altogether. Barcelona has the highest vehicle density of any city in Europe. But it's now breaking ground on a transport and urban planning initiative that will…
 
They’re Australia’s climate change refugees and they’re looking for somewhere to roost. But their smell and nocturnal shrieks have made them unpopular with locals. Scientists warn against trying to get rid of flying foxes, calling them the ‘canaries in the coal mine’ for what will happen to other species as temperatures rise. Their disappearance wo…
 
From formula to pureed carrots, baby food is a massive -- and necessary -- industry. Each year millions upon millions of families search for the best, most nutritious food to feed their children, and there's no shortage of advice from experts and parents alike. However, it appears there's a secret to this industry: Numerous baby food products conta…
 
Whether you're sipping a soda, grabbing some fast food or eating ready-made snacks from the local grocery store, chances are that you're ingesting a number of "barely-food" chemicals used to preserve color, taste or texture. But what are these, exactly? Are they dangerous? Tune in to learn more in this week's classic episode. Learn more about your …
 
On this episode The HeatHolderz re-up with the big homey, incredible emcee, The Glorious, Tracey Lee.#TissueInTheTapePodcast #HipHop365 #EverythingisHipHop #HipHop #HeatHolderPodcastNetwork🔥 #RespectHeatHolderz 🔥 Tracey Lee Drop - 0:00TiTT Intro 0:16Tracey Lee - Plurge 1:08 (song)Welcome Tracey Lee - 2:13Glory - 6:47Plurge/siege of the capital - 8:…
 
The post “Viral Fascism”: Travis View on Qanon As a Vehicle for Authoritarian Politics on a Mass Scale appeared first on It's Going Down. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we speak with Travis View, one of the hosts of the QAnon Anonymous Podcast, one of the leading shows that critically picks apart and examines the Qanon conspiracy f…
 
Did the Pentagon just admit it's been secretly experimenting with wreckage from UFOs for decades? Did a Florida man really build an electric guitar from his uncle's skeleton? What exactly caused the collapse of the Texas power grid, and why were so many people left without power or clean water? All this and more in this week's Strange News. Learn m…
 
D and L Coffee Service Inc. presents the #1 listed “Food Radio show Philadelphia” and #1 listed “Food Radio show South Jersey”, Small Bites on Wildfire Radio returns this Sunday, February 21st at 635pm EST with a fantastic lineup! #SmallBitesRadio was named #14 out of the Top 30 Best Hospitality Shows on the planet for 2020.We are thrilled to welco…
 
The movement known as Falun Dafa or Falun Gong began in China in the 1990s, and today people across the planet consider themselves practitioners. Adherents claim this combination of meditation, breathing exercises, mindfulness and moral philosophy is a path to enlightenment -- but the government of China disagrees. For decades Chinese authorities h…
 
The post State Repression in Changing Terrain: An Interview with Lauren Regan from the Civil Liberties Defense Center appeared first on It's Going Down. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we again speak with Lauren Regan of the Civil Liberties Defense Center (CLDC), about the changing face of State repression as the new administration …
 
A caller asks the gang to explore more of the larger dilemmas posed by social media censorship. A listener writes in to shed more light on the ongoing Mattress Firm enigma. An email about more augmented reality games inspires the gang to speculate about the increasing role of AR outside of gaming -- what happens when it becomes part of everyday lif…
 
Economic growth is often the main measure for human progress and development. But Achim Steiner, head of the UNDP, says that's a narrow view that fails to take into account the impact of environmental damage. In an interview with DW, he lays out how we can get to the green economy of tomorrow.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Adrenochrome-- it's a real substance, and one sold openly online to labs with the proper paperwork. It's also mentioned in numerous works of literature, from Huxley's "The Doors of Perception" to Hunter S. Thompson's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and more. But what exactly is it? Why do people believe it's a sinister, evil drug used by hopelessl…
 
No, not the band featuring Sting. What if the actual, local law enforcement in the your neck of the global woods started using military-grade weaponry, patrolling the streets with the same door-to-door tactics used in occupied countries? According to some concerned advocates, this is a worldwide trend -- and it shows no signs of slowing. Listen to …
 
Matthew Elias, MD, attending cardiologist, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses COVID-19’s impact on the heart and how it affects outpatient care for children who have recovered. Includes: a refresher on clinical symptoms of myocarditis, which vary by age and can be subtle; review of EKG findings with myocarditis (again, tricky); other ca…
 
The HeatHolderz are joined by Entrepreneur, Nic King, creator of Proud Puffs and The founder of The Legacy Cereal Company, the first black owned cereal company in America as seen on the Forbes, Huff Post, Kelly Clarkson Show.. The vegan friendly chocolate cereal with natural sweeteners is shaped like little Black Power fists ✊🏿. Every box of Proud …
 
The small town of Oldsmar, Florida barely escapes disaster when a hacker remotely compromises the system, creating dangerous levels of chemicals in the drinking water -- implying potential for other disasters like this in the future. Scientists prove naked mole rats have accents. Officer Valerie Cincinelli stands accused of hiring a hitman to murde…
 
There's nothing fishy about this episode!... Okay, maybe it's a *little* fishy. On this installment of Nutrition Nutz, we are joined by Paul Freeman, national educator for Garden of Life, one of the leading supplement brands in the industry. Paul is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about informing consumers about how health enriches all aspec…
 
Here's the story: In October of 1943, hundreds of people watched a top secret experiment go horribly wrong. The US Navy, attempting to create a kind of invisibility cloak for ships, accidentally transported the USS Eldridge through time and space, with disastrous consequences for the crew. It's a thrilling tale, but how much of it is true? Tune in …
 
Why are there billboards warning about radioactive brine in parts of the US? What exactly is Australia's Stolen Generation? What's the insider scoop on the fracking industry and earthquakes? All this and more in this week's listener mail segment. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
A symbol of fertility and prosperity, the stork has been making its summer home on European fields and rooftops for millennia. European white storks typically migrated to Africa when the seasons turned to winter up north — but warmer winters due to climate change, along with a steady new food source are convincing the birds to stay put in Europe ov…
 
People from all over the world come to observe the striking African crowned crane in its native habitat. Worldwide, birding is a multi-billion-dollar industry, and a vital source of income in many communities. The bird lives across East Africa — but it is declining in Kenya. And some volunteers have made it their business to take care of grey crown…
 
Scavenger birds like the vulture play a critical role in ecosystems, eating decaying flesh and returning that energy to the food web. But the fact that these birds are reliant on eating dead animals also puts them at risk. Though vultures don't exactly capture the hearts and minds of the general population, some people have made it their mission to…
 
Eagles and hawks have found themselves a new competitor for their prey: Well-to-do hunters on the Scottish moors. A threat to human hunters of red grouse, these raptors have become targets themselves. The problem has gotten so bad that new laws are being brought in to restrict hunting, while new technology is helping pinpoint where those protected …
 
The post Rebel Steps on Autonomous Organizing and Action Across NYC in 2020 appeared first on It's Going Down. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we speak with two people involved in the anarchist podcast Rebel Steps, based out of New York City. During our discussion, we look back at 2020 from the context of anarchist organizing in New…
 
The Republic of the Marshall Islands is a relatively tiny, remote place -- it's about halfway between Hawaii and Australia, with nothing but ocean on the horizon. And, for decades, this nation has been home to a terrifying secret. As the world entered the atomic age, the United States realized it needed a place to test its new weaponry, and to stor…
 
You've probably heard about Nikola Tesla, but what about Thomas Henry Moray? Join Ben and Matt to learn why some people believe this little-known electrical engineer may have discovered a revolutionary zero-point energy device in this week's classic episode. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Fifteen million children are exposed to intimate partner violence (IPV) in the U.S. every year, with 50% of those exposures severe. This podcast offers perspective from Kalena Brown, an advocate and mother whose primary care pediatrician helped her and her three children safely leave a domestic violence situation; Ashlee Lynn Murray, MD, MPH, atten…
 
The military of Myanmar institutes a coup (and later internet blackout). Scientists believe they may have finally solved the mystery of Dyatlov Pass -- and their argument is pretty convincing! More and more organizations realize they need to be prepared for the end of Adobe Flash. All this and more in this week's Strange News segment. Learn more ab…
 
The post Building ‘Autonomous Food Production and Neighborhood Survival’: An Interview with Lobelia Commons appeared first on It's Going Down. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we speak with two participants in the Lobelia Commons, an autonomous and anti-capitalist project based out of so-called New Orleans. Our guests explain how the…
 
For many, the story began with the receipt of a mysterious card, which led them to a nondescript address in San Francisco. From there, new members of the Latitude Society found themselves living through a complex, enigmatic adventure in a secret society somewhere between a philosophical group, a city-wide theme park and a real-life conspiracy. But …
 
One listener explains ways to communicate about QAnon with relatives and friends. Another writes in to explore the difference between private contractors and US soldiers. And someone finally asks a question that's bugged the guys for years: Why are there so many Mattress Firms? All this and more in this week's listener mail. Learn more about your a…
 
A new UN-led deal — nicknamed CORSIA — is designed to stop the aviation sector's emissions from rising. But instead of limiting flights or imposing a carbon cap, it gets countries to buy credits for carbon offsetting schemes once they reach a certain level of emissions. But DW found no one will have to pay up for another six years and it will cost …
 
It's no secret that flying isn't great for the environment. Those who don't want to give it up and still feel guilty about it can choose to "offset" the carbon emissions from their flights. But what does this actually entail? Where does the money go and how can you be sure it’s doing anything useful? We follow one couple's offsetting donation all t…
 
How did a handful of otherwise unremarkable stocks become some of the most closely watched things on Wall Street? In today's episode, the guys explore the strange series of events that led to massive price fluctuations in GameStop and more. The media portrayed this as the 'little guys' -- amateur traders -- banding together to take revenge on heart…
 
The post This Is America #135: Housing Struggle Spreads, Pressure Builds Against Schools Re-Opening appeared first on It's Going Down. Welcome, to This Is America, February 2nd, 2021. We we enter into the Biden presidency, things show no sign of slowing down – especially as struggles around housing and against the sweeping of encampments heats up. …
 
The HeatHolderz finally connect with the Hampton Family, Emcee, musician and all around stand up dude, DC's own Killa Cal to talk about Hip-Hop, GoGo , Hampton and All Things Washington DCEpisode breakdownKilla Cal open (0:00-1:13)TiTT x Killa Cal Subliminals Intro (1:14-2:22)Killa Cal Intro(2:22-4:13)HU/TiTT Alum Roll call (4:14-5:53)Silas EP219 K…
 
Locals near an Ethiopian church claim encroaching rebels aren't just waging a war agains the government--they've come to steal the legendary Ark of the Covenant, which has allegedly rested in this spot for more than 3,000 years. Members of the Chinese government have doubled down on their own brand of COVID conspiracy theories, accusing the US of c…
 
D and L Coffee Service Inc. presents the #1 listed “Food Radio show Philadelphia” and #1 listed “Food Radio show South Jersey”, Small Bites on Wildfire Radio returns this Sunday, January 31st at 635pm EST with an fantastic lineup! #SmallBitesRadio was named #14 out of the Top 30 Best Hospitality Shows on the planet for 2020.Ready to let the good ti…
 
The post Squatting, Rebellion, Movement: An Interview with Philadelphia Housing Action appeared first on It's Going Down. On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we speak with two members of Philadelphia Housing Action, about the ups and downs of 2020 that has been outlined in the recent piece, Occupy, Takeover: How Philadelphia Housing Act…
 
Inspired by a listener mail, the guys explore an enduring, disturbing mystery from across the Atlantic: Between 1993 and the late 1990s, multiple women disappeared in an 80-mile area outside Dublin, which came to be known as the "Vanishing Triangle." But what led to these disappearances? Could one or more of them be connected? Tune in to learn more…
 
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