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Limitless with Alex Theis

Alex Theis, Speaker | Author | Consultant

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Through stories, experiences, and proven strategies, Alex will show you how to break through your self-imposed limits. Get ready to overcome your doubts, fears, and limiting beliefs and start living the life you imagined. You can do anything you set your mind to - you are LIMITLESS!
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We are Hawaii based Travel Agents who discuss Hawaii Vacations, Hawaii vacation packages, Hawaii cruises and just about anything having to do with travel to Hawaii. Here you will find up to the minute Hawaii travel information, broadcast 3 times a week live from Honolulu Hawaii.
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Smart Living Hawaii

Christina Laney Mitre

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Welcome to Smart Living Hawaii’s Podcast where we discuss Smart Homes & Technology, Sustainability, Healthy Lifestyles (Food/Fitness/Well-Being) and Smart Business. Check us out at: www.SmartLivingHi.com, follow us on Instagram @smart_living_hawaii or LIKE us on Facebook @smartlivinghawaii #SmartHomes #SmartEco #SmartHealth #SmartBusiness
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Join host Beth Post as she features the unique sounds of Hawaiian music — from early icons of island music to today's innovators — exploring styles, the history of the genre, and revered songs and performers.
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Living Stones Church is a non-denominational Church located in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. We seek to build a culture of faith in Jesus Christ. Our four pillars of the faith: God is Good. We are living from a victory Jesus has won... not for a victory. Nothing is impossible with God. You are specially and uniquely created with a purpose.
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The Body Show

Hawaii Public Radio

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Making informed health choices can be tough. On The Body Show, HPR's Dr. Kathleen Kozak makes them a little easier to understand with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests from Hawaiʻi organizations.
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Dreaming of traveling to Hawaii? Hawaii’s Best provides travel tips and resources for your visit to Hawaii. Through our blog and this podcast, we provide resources, travel tips, and local Hawaiian cultural insights to help prepare you for your Hawaii vacation so you can experience true Hawaii. Traveling with aloha to Hawaii is at the core of everything we do. We feature the stories and culture of Hawaii's best experiences, influencers, and businesses. Whether you're traveling to Oahu, Maui, ...
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Local people, local stories, inspired by ALOHA. We know we're lucky we live Hawaiʻi – not just because of the scenery, but because of the spirit of aloha shared by all of us who call Hawaiʻi home. Host Nolan Hong talks story with kamaʻaina to uncover experiences that we can all relate to and connect with. "Here in Hawaiʻi" theme song written & performed by Chardonnay (insta @chardonnay.music) and Brittni Paiva (insta @iambrittnipaiva) 📺 Watch video clips from these interviews on our youtube ...
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Livestock Wala'au

Melelani Oshiro & Shannon Sand

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Welcome to the Livestock Wala’au podcast. Brought to you by University of Hawaii CTAHR and the Livestock Extension Group. The goal of this podcast is to provide educational support, information, guidance and outreach to livestock stakeholders in Hawaii.
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The Conversation

Hawaii Public Radio

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Whether you live in our state or far from our shores, you’ll know what’s happening in Hawaiʻi with HPR's daily hour of locally focused discussions of public affairs, ideas, culture and the arts. Guests from across the islands and around the world provide perspectives on life in Hawaiʻi — and issues that have not yet reached Hawaiʻi. Hosted by HPR's Catherine Cruz. Have something to say? Send a comment to talkback@hawaiipublicradio.org or call our talkback line at 808-792-8217.
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Seeds Of Wellbeing - SOW

CTAHR SOW Podcast Team

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Aloha & Welcome to the SOW podcast aimed to provide educational support, information, guidance and outreach to farmers, ranchers, and allied agricultural producers in Hawaii. This podcast is brought to you by the Seeds of Wellbeing or SOW Project at the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Ag. and Human Resources. This podcast is supported by the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN), grant no. 2021-70035-35371, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Fo ...
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Random, sometimes politically incorrect, Life Coaching with The Law of Attraction, true stories from real-life experiences, with Comedy! This will inspire you. 🙏🏽❤️🕉 😉 New Podcasts Weekly! Junior Kekuewa Jr.! Law of Attraction Life Coach. 🙏🏽❤️🕉 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this podcast do not reflect the views of our sponsors, affiliates, this platform, members of our distribution network, or any other entity. Names have been changed or omitted for privacy. Contact: herefo ...
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A weekly Asian & Pacific folklore podcast. Join Kamuela Kaneshiro as he shares tales of people, traditions, and gods from Pacific Island countries, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. These stories influenced films, Marvel and DC comic books, Disney movies, Netflix series, TV shows, and books. Episodes include a featured song, and Hawaiian word. www.LegendsFromThePacific.com
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A PBS Hawai‘i podcast that explores Hawaiʻi's local cultures, communities and relationships – that help shape our identity. PBS Hawaiʻi President and CEO Ron Mizutani hosts a weekly conversation with unique and colorful individuals from across the state. From rubbah slippahs to unsolved local mysteries, Ron and guests examine and shed light on the real deal of what makes Hawaiʻi, Hawaiʻi.
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Welcome to the C4 Church Hawaii Podcast. We are a dream releasing church with a global impact. Most of the teaching in our community is done by our Teaching Pastor, Chad Reis and our Teaching Team. We have Sunday morning services and meet in Honolulu, HI. For more information, visit: https://c4.church/
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Hi in Hawaii podcast is meant to be a form of entertainment and escape, while at the same time being informative about cannabis products and methods of consumption. This podcast is recorded at Misty Mountain Studio near Volcano on The Big Island of Hawaii!
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As a small business owner and military spouse of 14 years, I’ve JUST moved my biz for the 7th time. It turns out I love entrepreneurial stories _ surprise! Stories of what motivates others to get started, to keep going, their struggles and successes - and sometimes strategies. Listen in as I chat with other small business owners in our newest duty station, Oahu, Hawaii! Support small and shop local
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Emily T Gail Talk Story

Emily T Gail Talk Story

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Emily talks story with guests about sports, recreation, and community with a focus on life in Hawaii and saying nice things about her hometown Detroit, a movement she started with her partner Herb back in the 1970's from her retail store Emily's Across the Street where they created the well known " Emily Detroit Run", the first footrace ever held in the streets of Detroit.
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Ohana

Scattered Abroad Network

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Ohana is a podcast about the Scriptures and the church. Based in Honolulu Hawaii, Ohana shares universal truths from God’s Word concerning the church’s relationship with God, the relationships within the church, and the church’s relationship with the world. Our theme for this year (2023) is "The War On Our Ohana"
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Jason is a film producer, author, activist and Catholic human rights worker. For the past 25+ years, he has worked to defend the most vulnerable — from the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles to persecuted Christians in Africa, from women in crisis pregnancies to victims of “honor killing” in Iran.
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Mahalo for listening to the Shorebreak Church podcast. Our vision at Shorebreak is simple: amplify Jesus. Our entire existence as a church and people is to make much of Jesus. To find out more visit our website shorebreakchurch.com If you have any questions please email aloha@shorebreakchurch.com
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It's happening! Smartly entertaining wedding pros Joseph Esser (professional wedding photographer) and Tessa Gomes (Hawaii-based wedding planner and coordinator), have joined forces to bring you Unveiling Paradise - your "go-to" destination wedding podcast. Planning a wedding is hard, but planning a destination wedding is even harder! Through real-life stories, interviews with industry experts and insider advice, tips and tricks, Joseph and Tessa will guide you through your wedding planning ...
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Hawaii Open Podcast

Hawaii Association of Podcasters

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Hawaii podcasters phone it in. On-the-spot reports, random reflections, rants, reviews, whenever and wherever the whim strikes, this is what you get when you answer the call.
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Xuanzang (600/602–664) was one of the most accomplished and consequential monks in the history of East Asian Buddhism. Celebrated for his sixteen-year pilgrimage from China to India, his transmission and translation of hundreds of Buddhist texts, and his training of a generation of masters in China, Korea, and Japan, Xuanzang’s life and legacy are …
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In this episode of Junior discusses how you are an eternal being. Whatever you call the energy inside of you. Whether you call it energy a spirit a soul it’s all of that. You are eternal, though your body may be temporary. If you would like further information, you can contact Junior at junior@hereforyoulifecoaching.com or go to the website at www.…
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Venus went to college to become a film director, but working at a summer program for kids changed her path. Today she serves as President and CEO of Hale Kipa, which specializes in working with youth and their families who often have nowhere else to turn. Venus shares how she has been shaped by challenges and inspirational people in her life, and b…
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When planning a dream vacation to Hawaii, one of the first decisions you'll need to make is whether to opt for an all-inclusive package or to purchase everything à la carte. While Hawaii isn't known for traditional all-inclusive resorts where you can eat and drink all day without limits, there are ways to create an all-inclusive-like experience by …
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Today we will continue our Sustainable Leaders series andhave a Talk Story with Todd Cullison, the Executive Director of the Hawaii Nature Center. We will learn about the Hawaii Nature Center, their keiki programs, education and volunteer opportunities. Todd Cullison has over 25 years in non-profit experiences with the majority concentrated on wate…
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Jena Carvalho, a dynamic Turo host on Oahu, joins the show! We talk story about her experience managing a thriving Turo business while balancing her roles as a medical staff director and mother of seven. The conversation illuminates the complexities of peer-to-peer car sharing, the impact on local Hawaiian communities, and how Turo supports respons…
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Pet Revolution: Animals and the Making of Modern British Life (Reaktion, 2023) by Dr. Jane Hamlett & Dr. Julie-Marie Strange tracks the British love affair with pets over the last two centuries, showing how the kinds of pets we keep, as well as how we relate to and care for them, has changed radically. The book describes the growth of pet foods and…
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In December 1937, Bernhard Sindberg arrives at a cement factory outside of Nanjing. He’s one of just two foreigners, and he gets there just weeks before the Japanese invade and commit the now infamous atrocities in the Chinese city. As the writer Peter Harmsen notes, Bernhard’s background isn’t particularly compelling: He’s bounced from job to job,…
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Arjen F. Bakker's book The Secret of Time: Reconfiguring Wisdom in the Dead Sea Scrolls (Brill, 2023) contributes to the rethinking of the Dead Sea Scrolls as an essential and integral part of Judaism in the Greco-Roman period. The Qumran manuscripts attest to the reconfiguration of Jewish wisdom concepts in this period. Strikingly, reflection on t…
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Protea Zero Waste opened in 2020 JUST before the pandemic as Oahu’s only refill store selling bulk personal care items including hair care, body care, and cleaning products. 98% of the store is women owned and 70% is local to Oahu! Listen in as founder, Lori, shares the hurdles & strategies to keeping the store afloat the last 4 years. Get her FREE…
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The land artist and Outstanding In The Field founder joins to explain why being caught inside is the pinnacle of surfing, how his mother’s language of math is encoded in his artwork, dance as ultimate therapy, and how the difference between failure and success is an illusion of perspective. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoi…
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Order Jason's new book, The Great Campaign Against the Great Reset on Amazon https://a.co/d/6yiOk5s Follow Jason on Locals: https://jasonjones.locals.com/ and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/osu4491 Visit Movie to Movement @ www.MovieToMovement.com And the Vulnerable People Project: www.TheGreatCampaign.org…
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Lost Literacies: Experiments in the Nineteenth-Century US Comic Strip (Ohio State UP, 2024) is the first full-length study of US comic strips from the period prior to the rise of Sunday newspaper comics. Where current histories assume that nineteenth-century US comics consisted solely of single-panel political cartoons or simple “proto-comics,” Los…
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Triumph Regained: The Vietnam War, 1965-1968 (Encounter, 2023) is the long-awaited sequel to the immensely influential Triumph Forsaken: The Vietnam War, 1954-1965. Like its predecessor, this book overturns the conventional wisdom using a treasure trove of new sources, many of them from the North Vietnamese side. Rejecting the standard depiction of…
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Mexican Americans have often fit uncertainly into the white/non-white binary that has goverens much of American history. After Colorado, and much of the rest of the American West, became American claimed territory after the Mexican-Americna War in 1848, thousands of formerly Mexican citizens became American citizens. Flash foward a century to post-…
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Omar Valerio-Jiménez's book Remembering Conquest: Mexican Americans, Memory, and Citizenship (UNC Press, 2024) analyzes the ways collective memories of the US-Mexico War have shaped Mexican Americans' civil rights struggles over several generations. As the first Latinx people incorporated into the nation, Mexican Americans were offered US citizensh…
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During the first half of the twentieth century, a group of collectors and creators dedicated themselves to documenting the history of African American life. At a time when dominant institutions cast doubt on the value or even the idea of Black history, these bibliophiles, scrapbookers, and librarians created an enduring set of African diasporic arc…
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Edward Di Gangi was adopted at birth in New York City. An only child, he made no effort to explore his heredity until, at age 69, a visit to a cemetery where members of his adoptive mother's family were buried stirred his interest. The above paragraph from Edward’s website speaks to what Edward has been up to these past five or six years. We talk q…
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Asthma is not just about wheezing, and as we all enjoy more of the summer weather, knowing how to avoid exacerbations can help. Maya Nordstrum, NP in the pulmonary department at Straub Medical Center is in the studio, sharing her expertise on how to know when it’s asthma, and what can be done about it to help everyone breathe a little easier.…
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In the second volume of The Weight of Words Series, In Fielding's Wake (St. Augustine's Press, 2022), Jeremy Black continues his efforts to present and preserve Britain's literary genius. Its intelligence and enduring influence is in large part reliant on the underlining conservatism that has motivated authors such as Agatha Christie (Black's earli…
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In 1941 and 1942 the British and Indian Armies were brutally defeated and Japan reigned supreme in its newly conquered territories throughout Asia. But change was coming. New commanders were appointed, significant training together with restructuring took place, and new tactics were developed. A War of Empires: Japan, India, Burma, and Britain: 194…
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In Abundance: Sexuality’s History (Duke UP, 2023), Anjali Arondekar refuses the historical common sense that archival loss is foundational to a subaltern history of sexuality, and that the deficit of our minoritized pasts can be redeemed through acquisitions of lost pasts. Instead, Arondekar theorizes the radical abundance of sexuality through the …
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Nick Underwood's Yiddish Paris: Staging Nation and Community in Interwar Paris (Indiana University Press, 2022) is a captivating study of the culture and politics of the vibrant community of Yiddish-speaking immigrants to Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. Making their way to the French capital from various sites in Eastern Europe, members of this Jewis…
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This volume proposes a method for reading Milton's De Doctrina Christiana as an artifact of his process of theological thinking rather than as a repository of his doctrinal views. Jason A. Kerr argues that reading in this way involves attention to the complex material state of the manuscript along with Milton's varying modes of engagement with scri…
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1 Corinthians 15:3-4 | May 19, 2024 | Pastor Leo Bilyk Pastor Leo Bilyk is Teaching on 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 as part of a sermon series on The Apostles' Creed. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com To share your story or ask question…
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https://stream.org/mission-accomplished-the-rainbow-seamless-garment-is-suffocating-the-church-as-intended/ Order Jason's new book, The Great Campaign Against the Great Reset on Amazon https://a.co/d/6yiOk5s Follow Jason on Locals: https://jasonjones.locals.com/ and on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/osu4491 Visit Movie to Movement @ www.Movi…
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Ryan Reft is a historian in the Manuscript Division at the Library of Congress, where he oversees collections pertaining to 20th and 21st century domestic politics and policies. He received his PhD in U.S. urban history from the University of California San Diego in 2014, and his writing has appeared all over the place, from edited volumes to acade…
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The Rise of English: Global Politics and the Power of Language, which has just been reissued in paperback by Oxford University Press, with a new preface. The Rise of English charts the spread of English as the dominant lingua franca worldwide. The book explores the wide-ranging economic and political effects of English. It examines both the good an…
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Well into the new millennium, the analog cassette tape continues to claw its way back from obsolescence. New cassette labels emerge from hipster enclaves while the cassette’s likeness pops up on T-shirts, coffee mugs, belt buckles, and cell phone cases. In Unspooled: How the Cassette Made Music Shareable (Duke University Press, 2024), Dr. Rob Drew …
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The Hollow Parties: The Many Pasts and Disordered Present of American Party Politics (Princeton UP, 2024) traces the political history of American political parties, not so much as historical institutions with different constituents—though it does that—but as living and breathing entities that have, over the course of more than 200 years, been, at …
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Cyrus McCormick invented the revolutionary mechanical reaper in 1831...right? At least, that's how the story has been told for decades. In Harvesting History: McCormick's Reaper, Heritage Branding, and Historical Forgery (U Nebraska Press, 2023), National Park Service historian Daniel Ott argues that not only have textbooks and other sources of his…
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In a broken world, in which even God Himself is in a state of deep crisis, what is required in order to mend the rupture? How can one heal God and His world? Moreover, what might allow our actions to be effective? These questions stand at the heart of the Lurianic Kabbalah, the apex of the Safedian intellectual and religious renaissance of the sixt…
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