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Jed Anthony Ariens

Jed Anthony Ariens

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Professional boxer from Australia named Jed Ariens. He is an Australian fighter who is officially registered. He enjoyed reading books like ”The Power of One” when he was younger. At the age of 10, he began boxing, but not professionally. He started boxing at age 15. Extreme Boxing is the name of the gym where he first began his career. Jed debuted on May 19, 2018. His professional career includes 9 fights in total, 3 victories, 5 defeats, and 1 tie. Jeff Horn was an inspiration for Jed Anth ...
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Two guys who are recording their experience being friends. Their paths have crossed, but what led up to that point is VERY different. Jed Kobernusz came from an upbringing in a traditional family setting. Cody Skogstad has had a traditional upbringing with a twist due to his use and recovery from hard drugs. These two guys share their experiences of life through what comes to their minds as it happens. Therefore there isn't a way of telling what will happen in each episode. That way each epi ...
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A podcast devoted to talking about the records we love. History, context, analysis... it's all here. Hopefully. Or maybe we're just fawning over stuff we like. talkingrecords@outlook.com
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Welcome to Culture Drop, where we explore below the surface to find the best music, art, literature and film. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/culturedrop/support
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Gone South

Audacy Studios

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Welcome to Gone South Season 3: The Sign Cutter. Join host Jed Lipinski as he unravels the story behind the 2018 killings of four sex workers in the border-town of Laredo, Texas, triggering a manhunt for a serial killer that would lead to a shocking standoff with a man once tasked with protecting the town. Gone South is a true crime Audacy original produced in association with Jed and Tom Lipinski. Previous seasons of Gone South include: Season 1: Who Killed Margaret Coon? Season 2: The Dixi ...
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Dunk Dynasty Podcast

Panashe Nyashanu, Ethan Macdonald, Trey Mitchell, Jed Mitchell

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Join the Dunk Dynasty boys as we discuss the inner happenings of the NBA through the casual fan lens. Ethan MacDonald, Trey Mitchell, Jed Mitchell, and Panashe Nyashanu bring you the takes you never wanted, but you deserve.
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Date Card

So Below Media

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Each week, queer comedians Jenna Vesper and Danika McClure recap The Bachelor franchise, curse a lot, and sometimes talk about teeth. Follow our podcast page for memes @datecardpod, and our personal accounts @jennawithasmile & @drunkfeminist Email inquiries to datecardthepodcast@gmail.com Twitter: @datecardpodcast Producer: Andrew Olsen @andr0ne Art: Mikaela Jane mikaela-jane.com Music: Jed Overly https://www.flowcode.com/page/jeddyjames Proud podcast of So Below Media #bachelor #bachelorett ...
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Sit in every Monday with musician, Bachelorette contestant, and all-around lovable guy, Jed Wyatt, as he talks to people from all walks of life about a wide variety of topics.
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WonkyFolk is a discussion series between Andy Rotherham and Jed Wallace intended to provide an informative and engaging forum where education reformers can grapple with tough issues related to our shared quest to improve public education in our country.
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Hear Dr. Stuart Rojstaczer and Dr. Jed Macosko discuss all things in higher education that affect you as a parent, from how to get your child into college to the dangers of contract cheating. Allow Stuart and Jed to clear the muddy waters of the academic world for you and your children!
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A Nightmare on Fierce Street

Trent Reese and Sharai Bohannon

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A Nightmare on Fierce Street is an epic monstrous podcast about the fiercest topic, horror. Hosted by Trent and Sharai. They promise to bring the fierceness every episode; sometimes critical, often hysterical, always fierce. So join us on Fierce Street, and don't forget the caffeine pills! Our amazing artwork is by Jed Martin. Check out more of his work at jedmartincreative.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fierce-street/support
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Welcome to our 5th grade class podcast! We'll be putting together episodes all year long as we learn lots of exciting things. Cover art photo provided by Dmitry Bayer on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@dmitrybayer
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On “How Justice is Served,” author and attorney Jed Kurzban shares with fellow attorneys and anyone interested in communicating with people what he’s learned about preparing and trying a case. Communicating with a jury and winning your case is not about the money as much as it’s about getting justice and protecting your client.
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In our bi-weekly podcast we take a light-hearted look at the story behind an event on this week in true crime history. You can see trailers for forthcoming episodes on our YouTube page. Best Startup: 20 Best UK crime podcasts 2021. Feedspot: Top 15 Crime History Podcasts 2022. Created, edited and produced by Mark Duqueno. Art by Rue Turner. Photography by Jed Leicester. Music by Fesliyan studios www.fesliyanstudios.com www.truecrimediary.co.uk
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12 Rounds, one host, one big fight. Jed Kurzban is an award winning trial attorney working in fields of medical malpractice, personal injury, and products liability. Jed has stepped into the ring helping to change the laws in Florida more than once and continues to do. This podcast will venture into territories most attorneys are too scared to touch and tell you information most attorneys are too pusillanimous to say. Listen if you dare. To learn more about Jed Kurzban, please check out the ...
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Sunday's Berglers

Jackson and Jed

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Sunday's Berglers is the incredibly famous father and son podcast listened to by "billions and billions" of people. Dad is old and thinks he's young. Son is young (11) and is more mature than Dad... sort of.
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Ed Marshall and Jed Wylie discuss mindset, marketing, and money. Refreshing the parts other podcasts cannot reach, we're here to give you some inspiration for your business and to offer advice that will help it grow for the years and months ahead - whatever the economic weather. Tune in and enjoy!
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Interviewing academics, professionals and other experts, Korea Now is a podcast where Jed Lea-Henry digs into historical and current issues relating to the two Koreas. Jed Lea-Henry's podcast, and other work, can be found at http://www.jedleahenry.org/
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HearthZone

The Secret Nerd Society

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Pull up a chair by the Hearth! If you love Hearthstone and podcasts- then this is the spot for you. Follow David and Jed as they discuss the ins and outs of this turn-based, card collecting game! They discuss everything from Mana-costs to personal opinions about the artwork! See ya on the cast!
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The SRI360 Podcast is focused exclusively on Socially Responsible, ESG, Impact, Sustainable & Responsible investing. To learn more, visit SRI360.com. Each episode presents an interview with a world-class investor who is an accomplished practitioner from different asset classes in lively, wide-ranging, long-format discussions. In each interview, we try to cover everything from each investor's early personal journey—and what motivated and attracted them to commit their life energy to SRI—to in ...
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Yellowfin Grouper, P.I.

Jed Feder, Matt Deitchman, and others

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A musical radio play for all ages! Yellowfin Grouper, P.I. is one of the most celebrated crime stoppers to grace the ocean floor. Dive in with Yellowfin and his friends as they crack open the sea's biggest cases. Water you waiting for? Written and created by Matt Deitchman and Jed Feder. Surf to YellowfinGrouperPI.com for more!
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Fantasy author Jed Herne analyses his favourite stories to help you become a better writer. Jed is the author of The Thunder Heist, Fires of the Dead, Across the Broken Stars, and Siege of Treboulain. He also hosts Wizards, Warriors, & Words: A Fantasy Writing Advice podcast. Find out more about Jed on his website: www.jedherne.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Two average joes discuss what's happening in the small little planet called earth and provide their candid opinions. Most of their thoughts are inspired by spirits, which can lead to more candor. If you like sports, politics, and pop culture this is your show. They invite friends and family to sometimes throw a wrench in things. Adult Language may occur. Actually it will.
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Jed and Eric, best friends and co-hosts of the Pitter Patter Podcast, have been obsessed with having thoughtful & humorous conversations about life's deeper questions, society, self-care, and our generation for over a decade. Started in 2018, this podcast became a place for them to share those conversations publicly in hopes of encouraging others struggling with or curious about the same things. With them, no topic is ever off the table, and you can always count on them to surprise you with ...
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The Health Project podcast is a fun, science backed and visionary look into health, happiness and fitness. Jed shares his knowledge along with an extensive list of knowledgeable guests on everything health, fitness, nutrition and mental wellbeing. There is no limits here as subjects of weight loss, heart disease, cancer , sex, muscle hypertrophy, entrepreneurship, lifestyle and countless other health related topics are discussed and the insights you get here will enable you to transform your ...
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Please email Jed at jedkobernusz@gmail.com if you’re interested in being a part of the Kober Rope project. Thank you for listening!! Jed and Cody appreciate everyone that shares and downloads the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jedcodyoffthecuff/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/p…
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From the film Wings of Desire. Complete text in Transcript. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email updates when new content is made available. __________…
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Join Sharai, Alma (from Nightmare on 5th Street), and Yutaka (from The Horror Hour) as they discuss the newest episode of Chucky! Want More Time On Fierce Street? Then check out the links below! Follow all of our social media at https://allmylinks.com/anightmareonfiercestreet Subscribe to our Patreon for exclusive content and merchandise at https:/…
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Back to Black is the Amy Winehouse biopic out this week and directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. James is Percival Everett’s retelling of Mark Twain’s 1884 novel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, narrated by the enslaved Jim.The Wallace collection spotlights Ranjit Singh, the Maharaja of the Sikh Empire and the treasure trove of weapons that kept him in p…
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Anna May Wong was an international star who appeared in some of Hollywood’s biggest movies in a career that spanned from the silent films of the 1920s, through the advent of talkies in the 30s, to television in the 1950s, despite all the obstacles in her path. A new biography, Not Your China Doll, examines how against all the odds Anna May Wong fou…
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Nathan Hill talks about his new novel Wellness, the follow-up to his acclaimed debut The Nix. Maggie Rogers, the singer-songwriter whose career was launched by a student performance for Pharrell Williams that went viral, talks about her latest album Don't Forget Me. Romesh Gunasekera discusses the novels on the International Booker Prize Shortlist,…
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Artist Yinka Shonibare talks about his new exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, which explores the legacy of Imperialism. Guitarist Sean Shibe performs early Scottish lute music and previews a new classical guitar concerto live in the Front Row studio. And film experts Stephen McConnachie and Inés Toharia explain how fast changing technology and d…
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Trent and Sharai have a little kiki with everyone's favorite masked trio covering The Strangers. Our art was created by Jed Martin. Check out his work at jedmartincreative.com. Music Credits: Composed/Produced by LaRob K. Rafael LaRob K. Rafael, piano/vocals, Jackson Kidder, bass, and Tiana Sorenson, vocals. Want More Time On Fierce Street? Then ch…
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Emerging and frontier markets are full of opportunities often overlooked by the mainstream investment community. Today’s guest will help us understand these markets and prove how systematic investing in publicly listed equities can unlock their potential for alpha and impact generation. Meet Asha Mehta, the managing partner & CIO at Global Delta Ca…
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In this 279th episode I welcome Dr. Phil Carullo back to the show to discuss what, exactly, an anesthesiologist does and how we fit into the perioperative experience for patients. Our Sponsors: * Check out Neurohacker: neurohacker.com/ACCRAC Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
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Prologue from Spiritual Enlightenment: The Damnedest Thing by Jed McKenna and Wisefool Press. Complete text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email …
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Thank you all for listening. Please share the show. It’s growing nicely. But we need your help to grow it faster. Thank you! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jedcodyoffthecuff/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jedcodyoffthecuff/support…
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Happy 20th episode Dunk Dynasty Fans! In this episode, we discuss the recent controversies involving Draymond Green, who is back in the headlines again. We also highlight standout performances from Victor Wembanyama and Jalen Brunson, looking at how generational Wemby could become and also where Brunson's performance leaves him ranked amongst the l…
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Beyonce’s new album Cowboy Carter - Netflix drama Ripley starring Andrew Scott - Io Capitano, the Oscar-nominated movie about teens in Senegal in search of a better life - all reviewed by film critic Leila Latif and music writer Jasper Murison-Bowie. And novelist and critic John Domini remembers the American novelist (and his former teacher) John B…
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Almost 50 years to the day when ABBA's Waterloo triumphed at Eurovision, ABBA specialist Carl Magnus Palm and Millie Taylor, professor of musical theatre, discuss how the song became such an all-conquering hit. A visit to Harewood House to see a new exhibition, Colours Uncovered, which tells the story of this stately home through the prism of colou…
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Actor Dev Patel joins to talk about his directorial debut Monkey Man, a movie inspired by the Indian legend of Hunaman that tells the dark and brutal story of a young man in Mumbai out to avenge the life of his mother. As exam season approaches we ask which books are currently being taught in our schools, and why? We speak to Kit de Waal, whose bre…
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In this episode of Dunk Dynasty, we review some of the brutal meltdowns from the Celtics, Clippers, and Bucks that included bad losses and blown leads. The Eastern Conference playoff race takes centre stage as we debate which team will secure the 6th seed and avoid the play-in tournament. We also check out which players traded in the offseason have…
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The National Gallery opened its doors on 10th May 1824. The public could view 38 paintings, free. Now there are more than 2,300, including many masterpieces of European art by geniuses such as Rembrandt, Turner and Van Gogh. It is still free. The gallery's director, Gabriele Finaldi, guides Samira Ahmed through the collection. Artists Barbara Walke…
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Trent and Sharai dive into the 2004 remake of Dawn Of the Dead.Our art was created by Jed Martin. Check out his work at jedmartincreative.com.Music Credits: Composed/Produced by LaRob K. Rafael LaRob K. Rafael, piano/vocals, Jackson Kidder, bass, and Tiana Sorenson, vocals.Want More Time On Fierce Street? Then check out the links below!Follow all o…
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The Mysterious Stranger by Mark Twain. Chapter 11. Full text under Transcript. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email updates when new content is made av…
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The Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu. Translated by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English. See complete text in Transcript. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email updates …
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In this episode, we dive into the Rockets' impressive win streak and discuss whether they have what it takes to secure a spot in the play-in tournament, while also exploring the promising future of this young team. Meanwhile, the Miami Heat seem to be losing their fire, with a concerning record at home and a bunch of injuries plaguing their lineup.…
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An excerpt from Thinking and Destiny, 1946. Full text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email updates when new content is made available. __________…
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Reality – It's all in your head. Full text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Goddess with the Shapely Behind: The Story of the Writing of the Tao Te Ching ( a play in 6 acts), and to receive email updates when new content is made available. _____________________…
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Shocking but true: students prefer jolt of pain to being made to sit and think. Report from psychologists at Virginia and Harvard Universities tackles the question of why most of us find it so hard to do nothing. Full text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Large-Breasted Godde…
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The Transcendentalist is a lecture and essay by American writer and thinker Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is one of the essays he wrote while establishing the doctrine of American Transcendentalism. The lecture was read at the Masonic Temple in Boston, Massachusetts in January 1842. Full text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.c…
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"It's like I was playing some kind of game, but the rules don't make any sense to me. They're being made up by all the wrong people. I mean no one makes them up. They seem to make themselves up." -Ben Braddock, The Graduate, 1967 Full text here. _______________________________________ Visit Jedvaita.com and receive a free copy of The Tao of the Lar…
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These twenty questions were forwarded to me with a note saying they are generated by A.I. to challenge a nondual teacher. There are no challenging questions, so I tried to make it harder by answering in fifteen minutes. No problem. I also made myself a cup of coffee, checked spelling and punctuation, and rotated my tires in that time. Complete text…
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Peaky Blinders' writer Steven Knight's new drama, This Town, is out this week. Author Daniel Rachel and art historian Sarah Gaventa review. We'll also review a landmark exhibition on the Italian designer Enzo Mari which opens at the Design museum, showcasing his infinite calendar, self assembly book cases and beautiful children’s books. We take a l…
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Camilla Whitehill on her new Channel 4 sitcom Big Mood, starring Nicola Coughlan and Lydia West, which explores the lives of Millennials. Gareth Malone and Hannah French celebrate Bach's St John Passion, which was first performed in Leipzig 300 years ago this Easter. Joel Morris, author of Be Funny or Die, discusses how comedy works and what makes …
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I don't think any of us saw this season and what it would bring coming. But it came for us regardless. The highs, the lows, the twists, the expected, and everything in between. We did it together. And to help celebrate that I was stoked to bookend the season with Shannon from Do The Roses Align. Together we talk about the finale, the edits, the gir…
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Norah Jones discusses her new album, Visions, and reflects on the song, Come Away With Me, that made her name along with a special performance in the Front Row studio; Sir Ian McKellen and theatre director Robert Icke on tackling one of Shakespeare's greatest characters, Falstaff, in their new production Player Kings; and Keisha Thompson on how her…
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Nikki Giovanni is one of only a handful of poets whose work has been published as a Penguin Modern Classic in their own life time. A key figure of America's Black Arts Movement as both a writer an activist, she speaks to Tom about her life and career. A well-known actor, Andrew Buchan has now turned to writing with Passenger, the new ITV crimes dra…
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Sharai and Trent are dissecting My Animal. Content Warning: Abuse. Our art was created by Jed Martin. Check out his work at jedmartincreative.com.Music Credits: Composed/Produced by LaRob K. Rafael LaRob K. Rafael, piano/vocals, Jackson Kidder, bass, and Tiana Sorenson, vocals.Want More Time On Fierce Street? Then check out the links below!Follow a…
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Millennials care much more about how their investments affect the world around them. Since they’re set to inherit the largest wealth transfer in history, we’re seeing a shift toward impact investing. Today’s episode is proof. My guest is Liesel Pritzker Simmons, a millennial who’s rewriting the rules of wealth management with her single-family offi…
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In this episode, we discuss the moments of the week, including game-winners from Kyrie Irving and Bam Adebayo, alongside dunk of the year candidates from Anthony Edwards and Jalen Johnson. We also debate the best NBA duos of this season and each pick our personal favourite. Additionally, we discuss non-playoff teams that we predict will make a spla…
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The Independent’s chief film critic Clarisse Loughrey and the Telegraph’s film critic Tim Robey review the Oscar-nominated animation Robot Dreams which follows the friendship of a dog and a robot - can their bond survive Robot being locked up on Coney Island beach, after his joints rust over following a paddle in the sea? They also give their verdi…
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Writer Kazuo Ishiguro and jazz musician Stacey Kent talk about collaborating on their new book of lyrics, The Summer We Crossed Europe in the Rain. What’s the significance of the hare in art and mythology? To mark the season of the March hare, writer Jane Russ, sculptor Sophie Ryder and musician Fay Hield explain. And following the British Board of…
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As is tradition we must gather all the ex's in one room and let the tension rise to the point of tears. But luckily there was some bombshells and soft moments to help ease the strife...barely. And to help me break down the Women Tell All, I am joined by Joey's future bae - Epiphany! Together we talk about how we got to this stage in the season, the…
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In this episode of the Dunk Dynasty Podcast, we shine a spotlight on the Pelicans and Magic, both boasting impressive 7-3 records over their last 10 games. Next, we delve into the late-season struggles of the Cavs and Clippers, two teams battling with challenges as they navigate the final stretch of the regular season. We also turn our attention to…
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The Bhagavad Gita, often referred to as the Gita, is a revered scripture of Hindu philosophy and spirituality. Comprising 700 verses, it is a profound dialogue between Lord Krishna and the warrior prince Arjuna, set against the backdrop of the Mahabharata war. At its core, the Gita addresses the moral dilemma faced by Arjuna, torn between his duty …
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Marjane Satrapi is best known for being the cartoonist and film maker behind Persepolis. She talks to Samira Ahmed about her new book - Woman, Life, Freedom - which she has created with 17 Iranian and international comic book artists. It documents the story of the death in custody of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, a woman detained for allegedly not prope…
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