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“The Times” is a podcast from the Los Angeles Times hosted by columnist Gustavo Arellano along with reporters from our diverse newsroom. Every weekday, our podcast takes listeners beyond the headlines, with our West Coast outlook on the world. News, entertainment, the environment, immigration, politics, the criminal justice system, the social safety net, food and culture — “The Times” exists at the epicenter of it all. Through interviews and original stories, “The Times” is the audio guide y ...
 
A true crime podcast in the air. Lifelong aviation enthusiast Gustavo Sorola and his co-host Chris Demarais break down the major accidents in aviation and the steps taken to prevent future disasters. If you like true-crime podcasts but want something fresh and unique, you’ll love Black Box Down. Subscribe now and fasten your seat belt.
 
On the California Businesses on the Rise podcast, your host, Romina Muhametaj, encourages business owners to share their journeys, expertise, and successes as well as failures for online marketing in their business. We cover topics like business challenges, client success stories, and of course, how and why our guests entered and started their own company. We also let our guests share on the subjects they’re well-known for. No matter the topic, you’ll be hearing real stories from real people ...
 
Machine Learning with Coffee is a podcast where we are going to be sharing ideas about Machine Learning and related areas such as: artificial intelligence, business intelligence, business analytics, data mining and Big data. The objective is to promote a healthy discussion on the current state of this fascinating world of Machine Learning. We will be sharing our experience, sharing tricks, talking about latest developments and interviewing experts, all these on a very laid back, friendly man ...
 
This podcast provides hope, healing, and understanding for anyone who has been ghosted. What is ghosting? Imagine sharing a connection with someone: a dating match, significant other, friend, family member, or even a business partner - but one day - they disappear out of thin air. Texts, calls, and emails go unanswered. You know this person is still alive, yet they have vanished from your life; they have “ghosted” you. This podcast is dedicated to helping people who have been affected by som ...
 
Um raio cheese da Serra Gaúcha. Radionovela Colonews, a oficina da imaginação, um programa que não pronuncia os dois erres. Produção - Estúdio SONA Elenco (em ordem alfabética): Angelo Boscari Jr. “Mestre” - Voz Rodrigo Marcon - Voz e direção Gustavo Andrighetti - Voz André Costa - Roteiro e voz The brazilian nice guys who live in the colony.
 
Hello, hello. I'm Gustavo and for now, this is a podcast dedicated to depth, on no particular topics . Choosing the category tags was a bit limiting but the point of this podcast is to help push beyond limits. This is a podcast about life, as a concept, an experience. The first episode wasn't written down , kinda just went with the flow of things, letting the moment and present create what it needed to be. After that, I branched out. Speaking more of my own thoughts written down for better p ...
 
"SmartLess" with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, & Will Arnett is a podcast that connects and unites people from all walks of life to learn about shared experiences through thoughtful dialogue and organic hilarity. A nice surprise: in each episode of SmartLess, one of the hosts reveals his mystery guest to the other two. What ensues is a genuinely improvised and authentic conversation filled with laughter and newfound knowledge to feed the SmartLess mind.
 
The Nine Club is the show that has skaters talking. Each weekly episode hosted by Chris Roberts with co-hosts Jeron Wilson and Kelly Hart invite you into conversations with professional skateboarders, musicians, actors and artists that share a common passion for skateboarding. New Nine Club episodes every Monday at 12am (pst). New Nine Club Experience episodes every Wednesday at 9pm (pst). Live chat with us as the episode airs on our YouTube channel at 7pm (pst).
 
In 1994 an anti-immigrant ballot initiative rocked the state of California. It turned the state into the progressive beacon it is today, but also paved the way for Donald Trump to be elected president. The Battle of 187 is hosted by award-winning reporter Gustavo Arellano and is a collaboration between the Los Angeles Times and Futuro Studios. This is California features thought-provoking, sound-rich stories about California and the West; this is our first installment.
 
We are lifestyle oriented entrepreneurs and millionaires who cashflow through real estate... Every week we have conversations surrounding our best strategies & advice so that you may follow a proven path to success... Theme: 2017 - Passive Income Streams and Lifestyle Businesses 2018 - Getting Started In Real Estate 2019 - Building A Lifestyle Business Through Real Estate
 
YOUR TV IS LYING TO YOU - Students of Knowledge, Eastern Philosophy, History, Conspiracy, Leadership, Truth, Self Realization -Strategy - Knowledge is liberation. The whole world is in a state of fear and mind control. The only way to overcome Fear is Love. The Family and the Tribe are now under assault. Divide and conquer has the world at war for Oil Natural resources and world domination. We all need to Unite and allow love to unite us all. Your TV and the main stream Media is Lying to you.
 
From their enclave in midtown Manhattan, Michael Moynihan (Vice), Matt Welch (Reason), and Kmele Foster (Freethink) dissect the news, interrogate guests, and question just about everything. The topics are broad, the insights are deep, and the jokes are off color. Reform the system, or burn it to the ground? They discuss... @wethefifth www.wethefifth.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Valar Podhaeris: All Men Must Pod is a podcast based on the HBO TV show Game of Thrones which is in turn based on George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire. Dave brings a book reader's perspective to the show and Gus is a show watcher with no book knowledge. Email at valarpodhaeris@gmail.com
 
"Coronavirus in California: Stories from the Front Lines" is a podcast from the Los Angeles Times hosted by reporter Gustavo Arellano. Every weekday, the podcast gives listeners dispatches from Californians who are in the thick of this pandemic. We hear from medical workers struggling to care for people who’ve fallen ill. We talk to renters and teachers, farmworkers and athletes, from Crescent City to Chula Vista. And we reach out to LA Times staffers to get reports from the field. "Coronavi ...
 
The Floods of Justice Podcast, lead by Reverend Doctor Kevin Riggs and co-host Kevin Sage, looks at the issues of our day from a biblical perspective without the labels. (The FOJ Podcast is a proud member of The TN Holler Podcast Network.) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/floodsofjustice/support
 
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Find your best CRM for sales for free here. Get all of the notes and links for every episode of The Sales Podcast. Overcome your toughest sales objections with these sales training flashcards. Get a signed copy of Wes's book here. Grow your sales with this on-demand video series, Make Every Sale. Know your sales numbers with this free Sales Calcula…
 
Your host, Romina Muhametaj, introduces Gustavo Tapia of Hite Digital San Francisco, discussing his achievements as an entrepreneur and business owner, and his hopes for the California Businesses On The Rise podcast. Learn more about Gustavo Tapia on https://www.hitedigital.com/california/.By Gustavo Tapia
 
“The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times” is a new podcast hosted by columnist Gustavo Arellano along with reporters from the L.A. Times’ diverse newsroom. Every weekday, the show takes listeners beyond the headlines, with our West Coast outlook on the world. News, entertainment, the environment, immigration, politics, the criminal justice system…
 
Oscar-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla sits down with us fresh from his ASCAP Composer's Choice Award win at the 2021 ASCAP Screen Awards. Gustavo won for his score to The Last Of Us Part II, and the annual award is voted on by other composer's in the industry. In this All Access, Gustavo shares how music entered his life and how it turned into…
 
The lads (minus Kmele, recently felled by his second Pfizer shot) welcome Los Angeles Times columnist Gustavo Arellano, host of the new LAT podcast "The Times" and author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America. Note that after an hour of Gustavo's trademark Southern California/Mexican smack talk--in which he defends Taco Bell, ruminates on…
 
California has one of the lowest transmission rates in the country. More than 70% of adults have rolled up their sleeves for at least one dose of a vaccine. But many people still refuse to get the jab. Public health officials worry they will be at particular risk of infection from other unvaccinated people once the state reopens. Today, guest host …
 
On todays episode, we interview the brand new author of Profit First for Real Estate Investing, David Richter. David is a long time property investor that has been apart of over 850 deals in his lifetime and through his experiences has learned how best real estate investors can manage their finances as well as their mindset on money. We take abstra…
 
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is political royalty in the City of Angels. His father was a former district attorney. The mayor won his last election with over 80 percent of the vote. There were even rumors he would run for president in 2020. Now, amid speculation that the Biden administration will tap Garcetti as the U.S. Ambassador to India, peo…
 
A Boeing 747 suddenly disappears from radar over the Atlantic Ocean. Air India Flight 182 is operating normally at cruising altitude when the radar scope shows two other aircraft converge with this one. After a few moments only two radar blips remain on the screen and Flight 182 is missing. What happened to this airplane? Find out on this episode o…
 
We discuss Jack Olson's "Goodtimes" REAL Part, Nike SB's "Constant" Video, 5 years of The Nine Club, Old Friends Catch Up With Justin Eldridge. Also, we’re picking 3 winners for the signed Randy Colvin World Industries “Goodwill” board and a nice big Skate Sauce package! This week’s raffle is a Ghetto Child Wheels package which includes 3 sets of w…
 
Florida is open for business, so The Fifth Column flung its masks into the garbage and headed to the Sunshine State for back-to-back live shows in Miami (coming soon to Patreon!) and a poolside recording in Key West (hence that hollow sound). Nursing hangovers and gasping in the heat, the lads stumble through the following pressing (and pointless) …
 
In this episode, we talked with Fabricio Brito, a Fullstack Developer from Brazil that got hired in Toronto. He told us all about his experience getting hired, working remotely for a Canadian company, and how his relocation process to Canada is going. Also, he shared essential tips about how he created a 6-month project to get prepared for an oppor…
 
When it comes to serving California's Black, LGBTQ (and Black LGBTQ) communities, Charles Stewart's resume is impeccable. The native of South L.A. worked for Rep. Diane Watson and former state Sen. Holly Mitchell, who's now an L.A. County supervisor. He has previously served as secretary of the city of L.A.'s LGBT Police Task Force, and he was edit…
 
In this episode, your host, Romina Muhametaj speaks with Gerardo Guerra Bonilla about streamlining medical documentation, avoiding burnout in the medical industry, and more. Check out Gerardo on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerardo-gb/. Check out ChartNote at https://chartnote.com/.By Gustavo Tapia
 
Gernot Wagner, Clinical Associate Professor at New York University and former economist at the Environmental Defense Fund, shared his thoughts on the impact of politics on climate policy in the newest episode of “Environmental Insights: Discussions on Policy and Practice from the Harvard Environmental Economics Program,” a podcast produced by the H…
 
It's been quite the year for the Los Angeles Public Library — and the COVID-19 pandemic is only part of the story. Inauguration Day saw a reading by Amanda Gorman, who got her start with poetry readings via the L.A. Public Library's youth program. And teen punk group the Linda Lindas got worldwide fame after a concert at the library system's Cypres…
 
California Rep. Katie Porter (D -Irvine) has been a political rock star ever since the progressive won the 45th Congressional District seat in South Orange County — long a bastion of conservative politics — in 2018. We talk to her about her Iowa roots, the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol invasion, her attempts at bipartisanship and the color of her favorite ma…
 
Paul Rodriguez Stops by and Chats with us about his Nike Dunk “What The P-Rod”, finally jumping down stairs after his knee injury, designing his new Primitive Skatepark, how he got the role in the Netflix series “Selena”, filming “What The P-Rod” part in a few months, what trick was suppose to be “The Nak” in Street Dreams, switch Tre-flipping the …
 
The Laotian community in California is not large enough to support newspapers or television news programs in Lao, leaving monolingual immigrants especially isolated. So these immigrants have created elaborate phone trees with designated leaders that can spread important information to thousands of people within an hour. In sprawling California subu…
 
On January 5, 2021, one day before the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol by Trump supporters, there was another breach of a government building — in Northern California. Dozens of people, angered by COVID-19 lockdowns, let themselves into a Shasta County government building. There, the board of supervisors was holding a meeting. Although most…
 
A passenger flight crashes just before the runway in Dallas. Delta Air Lines Flight 191 is on approach during a thunderstorm when it encounters a microburst that causes it to crash. What is a microburst and how does it cause something like this? Find out on this episode of Black Box Down. Sponsored by The Jordan Harbinger Show (http://jordanharbing…
 
We discuss discuss the Worble and Cobra Man’s “Worble III” Video, Vans Skateboarding Presents: Cher Strauberry, Corey Young – Private Joy, Ryan Decenzo's "Sender Bender" Part, Felipe Nunes pro for birdhouse, Jenny Colen health care fund and much more! Also, we’re picking 3 winners for the FA World Entertainment package that includes 2 Gino Iannucci…
 
w/ Jane Coaston @ (Host, "The Argument" @ The New York Times) Take Four From Vox to NYT's "Rising Libertarian Star" Coming Out John Brown The Black Community Appraisal of America's Racial Reckoning The New Culture War Anti-Racist Classrooms and Workplaces Slightly Off Mic Whole Foods Edge Lord Panics, Counter-Panics, Counter-Counter-Panics Recorded…
 
Debarghya and Poulami are both Fullstack developers from India. He got to know VanHack first and referred his wife using our invite a friend program. They both got a job in Germany through VanHack and are now starting a new chapter in their lives. In this episode, they shared their experience, hiring process, relocation, and tips to help you get hi…
 
At just 23 years old, Naomi Osaka is already one of the best tennis players in the world. She was scheduled to play the French Open this month, which is one of the sport's biggest tournaments. But Osaka caused a stir when she announced before matches even began that she wouldn’t be at any news conferences. She cited the “huge waves of anxiety” she …
 
Sebastian Vidal is the Chief Innovation Officer at the Puerto Rico Science, Technology & Innovation Trust. He is the former Executive Director of Parallel18 an international Startup Program based in Puerto Rico where they support and invest in 80 global companies per year with the goal of having an economic and social impact in the island. After th…
 
In 2019, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority estimated it hosted nearly 43 million tourists. Officials were expecting a record year for 2020, and the Nevada metropolis did set one … in the negative direction. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic barely 19 million visitors came to town — the lowest total in decades. Today, restaurants and cas…
 
On today's episode, we turn the mic over to the hosts of our Asian Enough podcast, L.A. Times entertainment reporters Jen Yamato and Tracy Brown. They share excerpts from a recent episode featuring actor Sandra Oh, in which Oh talks about her career, the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes and whether she'd ever reprise her role of Dr. Cristina Yang on …
 
We Stop And Chat with Mike Vallely to discuss his recent move to Des Moines Iowa, the longest and most talked about Nine Club episode, his process for coming up with graphics for Street Plant, how it worked out when he had an agent for a short period of time, getting health insurance through Destructo Trucks, watching Mark Gonzales grind the first …
 
Radical Honesty A Year of (Racial) Reckoning Losing the Thread George Floyd Amy Cooper, Christian Cooper... and the other dog walkers? Covering Lab Leaks and UFOs The Death of Truth The Myth of Objectivity Journalism for the Real World Boston Basketball (and racial slurs) Trump Grand jury Recorded May 26, 2021 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
Growing his hair and part of the community since 2016, Brian Morehouse describes his personal transformation in losing over 100 pounds, and why he got the bound shears permanently emblazoned on his forearm. What you'll hear about:Going from 240 to 140 pounds at 5’ 6” Growing and maturing as a personWhich headwrap yields the heaviest lift Long hair …
 
1. Nicky Jam Feat El Alfa - Pikete 2. Ozuna Ft Onguito - Diablona 3. Guilla De Crema - Chencho Corleone ft Juhn 4. Ozuna - Tiempo 5. Jhay Cortez - Christian Dior 6. Karol G - El Makinon 7. Rauw Alejandro - Dile A El 8. Wisin X Jhay Cortez-Fiel 9. John Z Ft Yeison Jimenez - La Parranda 10. Crissin Toto El Frio - Poblado…
 
Our guest host Faith E. Pinho, a Metro reporter at the L.A. Times, speaks with Times culture writer Daniel Hernandez about the cast of characters and cars that have been lining the wide boulevards of Southern California for decades. They look at who is embracing cruising culture and its uneasy relationship with law enforcement. More reading: The lo…
 
Franco is a Frontend Developer from Brazil who got a job in Canada. In this episode, he will tell all about his experience, his interview process, relocation during a pandemic, and the tips he has for other VanHackers looking to get hired abroad. _ Visit www.vanhack.com/candidates to be one of the next VanHackers hired :) Learn more about Premium A…
 
They stand across the West in ruins, ghostly apparitions of one of the darkest moments in American history. Concentration camps, 10 in total, built during World War II to incarcerate 120,000 Japanese Americans for the crime of not being white. But only two are designated as national sites. Manzanar in California and Minidoka in Idaho. Now, a bill i…
 
A Boeing 777 crashes in San Francisco just before the runway. Asiana Airlines Flight 214 has an unstabilized approach and crashes into a seawall just before the runway. What events led to this crash? Find out on this episode of Black Box Down. Sponsored by Audible (http://audible.com/BLACKBOXDOWN or text BLACKBOXDOWN to 500-500) Fundrise (http://fu…
 
We discuss Primitive Skate’s What the P-Rod?, Pop Skateboards Promo, Jake Wooten's "Santa Cruz" Part, Becker Dunn's 'Aftertime' Part and much more! Also, we’re picking 3 winners for the nice big Darkroom Skateboards package!!!!! This week’s raffle is a FA World Entertainment package that includes 2 Gino Iannucci boards, a hat, an umbrella and some …
 
In 1981, Los Angeles Dodgers rookie pitcher Fernando Valenzuela uncorked a full-fledged revolution. Baseball, Los Angeles, Latinos, sports — none have been the same since Valenzuela dominated batters four decades ago. He helped to make the national pastime international, bridged racial divides in L.A. and gave Latinos a hero everyone could embrace.…
 
Jahannie Torres-Rodriguez has a background in computer engineering and business development from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus, where she was a first-generation college student. She has over five years of experience developing Innovation and Entrepreneurship ecosystems through the Mayagüez Business and Economic Development Center a…
 
Today, on the one-year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder, we talk to three people who participated in last year’s actions. Joseph Williams is an organizer with Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. Brianna Noble is the owner of Mulatto Meadows, a business in Northern California that seeks to diversify the horse-riding world. And Carrington Pritchett i…
 
As the Israeli-Palestinian conflict keeps a cease-fire, its proxy wars continue to rage worldwide. One of the latest battlefronts has been in California classrooms. This past March, the California Department of Education approved an ethnic studies curriculum for K-12 students that schools can adopt voluntarily. It seeks to teach students a more div…
 
Check out our latest conversation with the brilliant guitarist Tolgahan Çoğulu, inventor of the LEGO microtonal guitar and automatic microtonal guitar. We dive into how these guitars work, how they could be useful for playing microtones, the inspiration behind these incredible ideas, and the geometry of making frets tune accurately on a LEGO grid! …
 
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