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Half reality show, half self-help podcast, and one wild social experiment. Join comedian Jolenta Greenberg and culture critic Kristen Meinzer as they live by the rules of a different self-help book each episode to figure out which ones might actually be life changing.
 
Coagent Host and Global Real Estate Advisor, Angela Headlee, introduces you to her coagents from around the world. Get to know these agents through fun conversations, connect with them on a personal level and build trusting relationships. Learn how these first-class agents assist their clients, what their areas of expertise are, and how their knowledge of the markets they service can benefit you. Angela Headlee is a Licensed Realtor in the State of Virginia. The Steele Group Sotheby's Intern ...
 
Daily highlights from The Takeaway, the national morning news program that delivers the news and analysis you need to catch up, start your day, and prepare for what's ahead. The Takeaway, along with the BBC World Service, The New York Times and WGBH Boston, invites listeners every morning to learn more and be part of the American conversation on-air and online at thetakeaway.org.
 
The word "mentorship" is often used in the wrong context. Mentorship is more than providing the cheerleading Monday morning "rah rah rah" speech. Mentorship is about sharing lessons learned from past experiences to develop the next crop of leaders. The point of this podcast is to focus on the knowledge and make those around us better. Vision. Relate. Develop.
 
The Joint Venture Podcast will investigate the most exciting deals and financial innovation, as well as broader market trends such as digital disruption, ESG and life in the post-pandemic world.We will keep our ear to the ground, going behind the headlines on the major news, bringing you commentary on a variety of current situations. We will also be catching up with leading market players to take a deep dive into a featured story each week.
 
Resilience and risk taking. Meaning and mission. Passion and perseverance. Growing Bolder is not just media, it’s a movement. Through its TV and radio shows, magazine, website and popular social media channels, Growing Bolder’s EMMY® Award-winning broadcast journalists are Rebranding Aging® by sharing the inspirational stories of men and women redefining the possibilities of life after 45. Learn more at GrowingBolder.com.
 
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Underneath the public face of unity at this week’s NATO meetings, potential disagreements and fissures between the United States and its European allies could significantly complicate the US’ return to the global stage. Council President Ivo Daalder and the New York Times’ Steve Erlanger join Deep Dish to analyze if President Biden has successfully…
 
Another week, another episode from our inspiratiaLive broadcast series, and this one is particularly juicy. In this episode, Maritina gives an in depth commentary on the controversial solar tariff cuts in France, and compares the news with similar past moves across Europe, the effect on the overall investment appetite following such dramatic moves,…
 
This Saturday, Black communities around the country will be celebrating Juneteenth. But for many, it’s a complicated holiday to celebrate. Why? Because Juneteenth commemorates freedom delayed. While it is a celebration of freedom, it’s also an acknowledgement of losing one of the few resources that can never be renewed: time. This holiday exists be…
 
California Attorney General Has an Aggressive Reform Agenda Rob Bonta is the first Filipino American to serve as Attorney General of California. Conservatives Are Winning Legal Fights Against Government Aid for People of ColorLast weekend, nearly 3,000 restaurant owners who had been approved for grants under a plan prioritizing people of color and …
 
Earlier this year, President Joe Biden tapped California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra to lead the Department of Health and Human Services. That left a critical vacancy in the role of the state's Attorney General, a vacancy now filled with another history maker. Rob Bonta is the first Filipino American to serve as Attorney General of California…
 
Yesterday, President Joe Biden met with Russian President Vladimir Putin for the first time since Biden took the oath of office. According to both presidents, the two adversarial countries had an amicable and constructive summit, although it is not totally clear whether any progress was made during these talks.Anita Kumar, White House Correspondent…
 
This past weekend, nearly 3,000 restaurant owners who had been approved for government relief under a plan prioritizing disadvantaged groups including people of color and women were informed that their grant payments have been put on hold. The group was told this by the Small Business Administration, which had to put a halt to the payments after a …
 
Kristen & Jolenta respond to listener questions about The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You, by Jessica Alba. Join the By The Book Patreon Community! For $5 per month, you receive a new book summary, including all the rules we live by, each week. For $10 per month, you receive that PLUS a weekly affirmation podcast hosted by Jolenta and…
 
Black Americans have long traditions of crowing their own queens. From the Queen of Zulu waving at Mardi Gras revelers as she passes, to the queens of Historically Black Colleges and Universities profiled each year in Ebony magazine. Even Jet’s Beauties of the Week are queens of a sort. But in many Southern towns, one of the most coveted titles for…
 
At the start of the pandemic, Ronnie Lauderdale, a 63 year old married father and grandfather, was serving time for a non-violent crime in a federal facility near Lexington, Kentucky. Without access to personal protective equipment and unable to maintain physical distance from others, Lauderdale, who is diabetic, contracted the virus. "I got to cou…
 
How Is the U.S. Military Losing Weapons?A new investigation from the Associated Press found that around 1,900 military firearms were either lost or stolen during the past decade. Bureau of Prisons Rejected Thousands of Requests for Compassionate Release During the PandemicMany died of Covid-19 behind bars, while the BOP rejected applications for co…
 
Rifles, pistols, machine guns, and grenades. Those are just some of the weapons used by the U.S. military today. While they’re intended for war, some have ended up in communities across the U.S. and even overseas. That’s according to a new investigation from the Associated Press, which found that around 1,900 military firearms were either lost or s…
 
Last week on the show, The Takeaway looked at the decades of discrimination that Black farmers and other farmers of color have experienced in the United States. It's a direct result of these exclusionary policies, often carried out by the federal government, that Black farmers have lost 12 million acres of land over the past century. These discrimi…
 
During his first trip abroad, President Joe Biden has been advancing the message that, "America is back." From the G7 summit in England to an upcoming meting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Biden is pursuing a strong American presence in global affairs. Nahal Toosi, foreign affairs correspondent for Politico, and Barbara …
 
The political crisis in Nicaragua continues to worsen ahead of this November’s presidential election. Opposition leaders have been attempting to get on the slate to challenge President Daniel Ortega. But in the past month, Ortega’s government has arrested four presidential candidates. Juan Sebastian Chamorro, one of the four presidential hopefuls w…
 
President Biden Attempts to Reset International RelationsA look at what the reset of American posturing on the world stage means for diplomacy. How the Biden Administration is Viewing Israel's New Political RealityThe Biden administration is hoping the new Israeli parliamentary coalition will succeed, but their policy goals may diverge. Crisis in N…
 
In Hulu’s groundbreaking series First Day, a young transgender girl, Hannah Bradford, navigates starting a new school as her authentic self. It’s a coming-of-age story about gender identity and belonging. Though Hannah’s nervous about her friends and classmates finding out she’s trans, when they do, they embrace her, even defending her against bull…
 
On Sunday, Israel’s parliament officially ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, ending his twelve year tenure as the country’s prime minister. Taking his place is far right politician Naftali Bennett, who has described himself as “more right-wing” than Netanyahu, but his coalition government includes members of centrist parties as well as the first Arab party…
 
Vaccine Diplomacy on Display at the G7 SummitEfforts to end the pandemic and distribute vaccines globally were a top agenda item for leaders at the G7 summit in England. A Westminster Dog Show Wrap UpOn Sunday night, a Pekingese named Wasabi was crowned Best in Show at the 145th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show. Why Major Cities Are Experime…
 
Last week, New York City began taking applications for its Artist Corps program, which Mayor Bill de Blasio announced last month. And while New York City’s program involves one time grants, St. Paul, Minnesota and San Francisco, California have rolled out guaranteed minimum income programs for artists that give out monthly, no strings attached paym…
 
The 145th annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show took place over the weekend. The show, which usually takes place in the winter and was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was held at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, New York. A Pekingese named Wasabi was crowned Best in Show. Sarah Montague, The Takeaway's resident Westminster reporter brin…
 
Over the weekend, world leaders from some of the richest countries gathered at the G7 summit in England. Normally it is an annual event, but in 2020, the raging coronavirus pandemic led President Trump initially to delay, and then to cancel the summit. This year the COVID-19 crisis has receded enough in the world’s richest countries to allow the le…
 
This week we're learning how to reacclimate ourselves with the "return to normal" with help from therapist Chamin Ajjan. Chamin brings her 20+ years of experience in psychotherapy to help us tackle everything from how to get comfortable with parties again, to how to transition from online to in-person dating, and how to handle those difficult relat…
 
Timothy Shriver holds a doctorate in education and is a disability rights advocate, CEO of UNITE and author of “Call to Unite: Voices of Hope and Awakening.” He delivers a timely message on the importance of unity and why it’s not an abstract ideal. John MacMillan is a two-time Stanley Cup champion who, at 85, is still playing the game he loves. On…
 
Because Democrats have such a narrow grip on power in the Senate, moderate politicians like West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin have an outsized influence on our politics. A Democrat from a Red State, Senator Manchin has comfortably operated in the moderate lane frustrating many more progressive members of the party. The Takeaway speaks with Dave Mis…
 
This week, Vice President Kamala Harris embarked on her first trip abroad to Mexico and Guatemala. As the administration’s point person on immigration, Harris has drawn criticism from both sides of the partisan divide following the trip, where she emphasized control over the border, even telling migrants “do not come.” At the same time, Vice Presid…
 
Change of plans: please enjoy yet another episode from our inspiratiaLive broadcast series, brought to you by hosts Marco Dell'Acquilla, and the Joint Venture team Maritina Kanellakopoulou and Fernando Moncada Rivera. In this episode Fernando discussed Atlantia's shareholders approval of the sale of its entire stake in Autostrade per l'Italia (ASPI…
 
Nearly 18 months into a global pandemic and the isolation combined with the pressure to perform well academically has contributed to heightened anxiety, depression, and thoughts of self-harm among teens. A recent op-ed in The New York Times reviews startling results from multiple studies showing that the mental wellness of adolescents has deteriora…
 
Last week, while marking one hundred years since the Tulsa Race Massacre, when hundreds of Black Americans were killed by a violent white mob, President Biden discussed his plans to address the racial wealth gap. Those efforts focus on housing discrimination and expanding federal support of “small disadvantaged businesses.” According to the Urban I…
 
This summer, the much-anticipated In the Heights movie is finally hitting the big screen. Adapted from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s celebrated Broadway musical, the movie is a love letter to New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood — chronicling the dreams and struggles, love and loss of different members of a tight-knit community there, from Usnavi…
 
Biden Rolls Out Plans for Closing Racial Wealth Gap, Advocates See More Work to Be Done Despite the White House’s stated commitment to closing the racial wealth gap, some advocates believe that the federal government’s new plans don’t go nearly far enough. What the Pandemic Has Meant for the Mental Health of Teenagers The isolation combined with th…
 
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