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Mothering Heights is a podcast dedicated to the conversations around motherhood, creativity, and building community. Hosted by actor, director, producer, dancer, and community builder Leonora Pitts, Mothering Heights seeks to discover how to remain a creative human while raising creative humans, and how to build a community to support those goals. Every week, we will host a funny, inspiring, creative mama who will share their triumphs and follies.
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Do Less Harm

Brennan Leonora

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A podcast designed to give you an idea of how to live a life that improves ourselves, the planet, and our shared experience in ten minutes or less. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/viewfinderhome/support
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ArtCurious Podcast

Jennifer Dasal/ArtCurious

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Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2023 Jennifer Dasal
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You love reading historical romance fiction, but no one around you gets it. Join me, Lenora, a fellow historical romance fan, as I talk about a different historical romance novels. I break down the exciting ways our characters fall in love, the characters themselves, and the quirky things you learn when you read historical romance. If you want to have fun and love reading about lords, dukes, and lairds, this is the show for you.
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Blood and Truth

Tampa Bay Times

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Tommy Zeigler has been on death row for 42 years and for more than half that time, he’s been trying to convince the state of Florida to allow for DNA tests that might help exonerate him. But the state continually refuses. About 20 other men are in a similar situation, imprisoned in Florida since the 1970s or ’80s and arguing that it’s inherently unfair to deny them access to 21st century science. Leonora LaPeter Anton, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Tampa Bay Times, and photograph ...
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Created off the back of @thegreatwomenartists Instagram, this podcast is all about celebrating women artists. Presented by art historian and curator, Katy Hessel, this podcast interviews artists on their career, or curators, writers, or general art lovers, on the female artist who means the most to them.
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Wild Women

Open Heart Surgery Theatre

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A spirited audio-fiction series focusing on the stories of subversive and obscure female artists from around the world and their art. Performed by Coleen MacPherson and Martha Ross, with special guest artists in each episode. The first episode focuses on Mexican-English painter, Leonora Carrington. Sound Design / Editing by Christopher Ross-Ewart. Music Score by Mitchell Akiyama. This podcast was made possible by Canada Council for the Arts / CBC Digital Originals Grant 2020.
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Welcome to this brand-new podcast. Bouncing Back Stronger As we know, life is an unpredictable journey filled with unexpected twists and turns. Sometimes it can knock us down, leaving us feeling lost and uncertain. But what if I told you that within every setback lies the opportunity for a powerful comeback? Perhaps we just need to know how. So, join me on this journey towards resilience and transformation.
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The Cauldron:

Daniella Sorrentino

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Esbat Audio Zine, is a series of podcasts for witches and those who study and practice magic. It is a magazine style, weekly podcast with four different shows, one dropped each week. Meaning and Magic, Tarot Symbology, Pagan Perspectives on the News, Fairytales + Folklore on Film.
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Conversaciones de Altura

Conversaciones de Altura

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Podcast mexicano en el que sostenemos conversaciones de altura con talentos underground de México y el mundo. Bilingual podcast from Mexico City with national and international underground talents. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/conversaciones-de-altura/support
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"I want what SHE has" w/ Theresa Lyn Widmann (and formerly Shana Falana) is a weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston in Kingston NY and PODCAST, amplifying women's voices and their stories. We share interviews of women (female identifying humans), seeking to flip the narrative on envy and celebrating the strengths and accomplishments of women we look up to. Women are so often the unsung heroines of a community’s overall health and wellbeing. These women have gifts to share and stories to t ...
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The RICS Podcast

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

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Welcome to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Podcast, an exclusive podcast series bringing together expert guests to discuss the most pertinent, industry-shaping topics from the world of Chartered Surveying. Every Monday you can expect a vibrant panel discussion covering topics such as new rules of conduct, the future of quantity surveying and the RICS global standard to name a few. Tune in to stay on top of the latest industry trends and changes whilst topping up your skills. Lea ...
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Short and sweet summaries of fundamental feminist texts from the past 500+ years. She Speaks Volumes provides a primer for critical moments in the history, theory, and philosophy of feminism. Each episode explores a writer, and their contribution to modern feminism.
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RIPEGLOBAL Podcast

RipeGlobal Podcast

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The RipeGlobal podcast aims to provide innovative and inspirational dental education to dentists, specialists, and their teams worldwide. Each episode, our hosts Dr Lincoln Harris and Dr Michael Melkers sit down with some of the best in the business, talk about dentistry, procedures, and personal stories that have shaped their dental decisions. Learn tips and tricks from these master dentists and excel in your professional career today.
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Bow Down is a podcast about significant women artists from the past, hosted by Jennifer Higgie, editor at large at Frieze. Women have been expressing themselves since the beginning of time. Yet, ask around and you’ll find that most people struggle to name even one non-male artist from before the 20th century. For each 20-minute episode, Jennifer invites an artist, writer, historian or curator to nominate an artist to whom we should all … well, bow down. Subscribe to learn more about these ra ...
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Self-love? What on earth is that nowadays?! And how can it help me live better? Gina Swire is an international self-love expert who has dedicated her life to figuring that out for you. PS I Love Me will help you bypass years of struggle and welcome an abundance of flow, humour and grace into your life. Featured in Cosmopolitan and interviewed on American talk shows, Gina’s on a mission to empower a billion women to fall deeply in love with themselves and create the life of their dreams. Join ...
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In this episode, I have another wonderful conversation with the remarkable Leonora Paul, a qualified clinical hypnotherapist and a Master Practitioner of the Breath Quit Technique (BQT). Leonora opens up about her personal journey into hypnotherapy, which began during the COVID-19 pandemic as she sought to overcome her own battles with anxiety and …
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is the esteemed writer and novelist, Chloe Aridjis, speaking on her friend, LEONORA CARRINGTON!Born in New York City, raised in the Netherlands and then Mexico City, Aridjis is a writer of numerous award-winning books, including three novels: Book of Clouds, Asunder, and Sea Monsters. Aridjis …
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is the world expert in myths, folklore, and occultism in art, Dr. Amy Hale speaking on the great surrealist Ithell Colquhoun!An Atlanta based writer, curator and critic, Hale’s interests range from contemporary magical practice to the history of art, culture, women and Cornwall. She has helped…
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Sheila Dvorak Galione is a writer, artist, singer, mother, healer, and intuitive coach who seeks to bring her insight and passion for the power of story to every aspect of her work. For years, Sheila supported non-profit and community organizations through grant writing and other responsibilities, but she stepped into the void to first process the …
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The Mayor for Liverpool City Region, Steve Rotheram, is uniquely placed as a leader with experience in the built environment, a history which informs his vision of the area’s future. Steve joins Gabriel Davies (Fisher German LLP) and Hannah Daly (SES Engineering Services) on The RICS Podcast this week as he discusses the relationships between place…
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Platicamos con Gabo y Emilio sobre su proceso creativo, música que nos gusta, salir de tour en México y otros paises entre otros temas.La entrevista se grabó hace unos meses pero creí que se había perdido pero se recupero. El sonido no es el mejor pero cumpare @djbarrygone le dió una tenueada. Disfruten el podcast --- Support this podcast: https://…
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is the esteemed photographer, filmmaker and director, Sam Taylor-Johnson. Born in Croydon and educated at Goldsmiths, where she was among the stars of the 1990s British art scene Taylor Johnson made her name with her non-narrative films, such as Method in Madness, where a young man appears to …
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Inspired by the thoughts and speakers in this Ted Radio Hour, Marielena Ferrer and I dig into the topic of language. Was the alphabet responsible for the demise of the Goddess? Are we resistant to language changes? Are language changes imposed upon us like Colonizers? Are they able to change culture? We meander through these questions and more toda…
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Poetry of Witness is our fourth conversation in a series centering the Warscapes anthology Insurgent Feminisms: Writing War (Daraja Press). Featuring Otoniya J. Okot Bitek, Jehan Bseiso and Meg Arenberg. What is the poet’s role in the event of the erasure of an entire people? Even as we deem certain acts of violence as “unspeakable” and “indescriba…
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Since the 1970s witchcraft has been spreading, exponentially each year. It is currently the fastest growing ideology (where?).Yet this idea of ‘witch’ is as ephemeral as magic itself. What do we identify with when we call ourselves ‘witch’? What do we mean when we call someone else a witch? Witchcraft itself is more diverse in recent years than in …
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At the heart of the surveying profession, and what it means to be an RICS Surveyor, lies an industry that’s equally varied, rewarding and impactful. This episode of The RICS Podcast brings together the expertise of Ashley Royer AssocRICS, Kareem Zahran MRICS and host Sinead Clarkson MRICS as they speak about their career paths, unique journeys, and…
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With 13,000 attendees over three days, UKREiiF is one of the UK's largest gatherings of built environment professionals. Many RICS members and firms are in attendance and key themes that impact upon our membership are discussed. This episode of the RICS Podcast brings some of those conversations out of the arena and showcases what it means to be an…
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In the first half of today's show I am joined by Margaret Bensfield Sullivan, an author, illustrator, and family photo curator, whose work combines her personal passion for archiving with visual storytelling skills she honed over nearly two decades in brand marketing. Margaret was a partner at WPP's marketing and branded content agency Group SJR, w…
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Join us for the thrilling conclusion of our virtual journey through Mexico City's cultural wonders! In this episode, we delve into unmissable experiences that showcase the city's vibrant art scene and rich cultural heritage. 🏛️ Highlights: Experience the captivating performances of Ballet Folklorico de México at the Palace of Fine Arts, celebrating…
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The quality of spaces relies strongly on how well they’re designed to serve human experiences, so in this episode of The RICS Podcast we explore the power of placemaking. Olga Turner Baker MRICS (Managing Director, Ekkist) hosts Nicholas Boys Smith (Chair of the Office for Place and Author & Director, Create Streets) whose passion for quality space…
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Episode Title: A Documented History of the Tarot with Sherryl E. Smith Description: In this episode of The Cauldron, we are thrilled to welcome Sherryl E. Smith, a distinguished tarot historian and the creator of Tarotheritage.com. Join us as we delve into the rich and fascinating history of tarot cards, exploring the major arcana and uncovering th…
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is the esteemed classicist, mythologist, comedian, writer and broadcaster, Natalie Haynes!The author of eight books, three non-fiction and five fiction, Haynes is hailed for her retellings of ancient myths, and the story of the Trojan War from a female point of view in her highly acclaimed A T…
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In this episode we meet the wonderful, infectious Susie Sprigg. Susie shares how discovering the DISC personality assessment in her mid-40s helped her understand herself and her late husband better, leading to a significant life shift from her corporate accounting career to launching her own successful networking business for women. She discusses t…
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Christina Varga (b. 1971, Milwaukee, WI) is a self-taught visionary artist living in the Hudson Valley. Her work incorporates a variety of materials including up-cycled and discarded objects, appropriated day-to-day ephemera such as vintage maps and magazines, holographic mylar, tissue paper, and mixed media including paint pens, pastels, acrylic, …
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Irene Barclay is a trailblazer in surveying, being the first woman to qualify in Britain as a Chartered Surveyor, and her path is as important and inspiring now as it ever has been. Patricia Moore MRICS (UK Managing Director, Turner & Townsend) is joined this week by Carrie de Silva (Visiting Professor, Harper Adams University) and Rebecca Preston …
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This week, it’s a true delight and honor to welcome writer, therapist, and host of the Everything’s Relative podcast, Eve Sturges, to Mothering Heights! Eve’s writing has been called “incisive, funny, and deeply sensitive” by no less than the great Jill Filopovic, and her podcast explores what happens after the discovery of surprising DNA results. …
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Wounds of War: Narrating Health and Healing is the third conversation in a series centering the Warscapes anthology Insurgent Feminisms: Writing War (Daraja Press). Featuring Zahra Moloo, Valerie Gruhn and Danielle Villasana. War brings the experiences and stories of health, health workers and emergency medicine into sharp focus. When one speaks ab…
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is one of the most pioneering and revelatory artists alive, Judy Chicago. Born Judith Sylvia Cohen, then Judy Gerowitz, but changed it to Judy Chicago to renounce the name of her first husband to instead adopt the name of her birth city instead, Chicago has been at the forefront of art since t…
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Lauren Dionysius is a baby and child soul communicator and energy intuitive and helps women to connect with their baby/child’s soul to understand their personality, purpose, parenting tips, life possibilities and perspectives. She is passionate about giving babies and children a voice to share their soul’s wisdom and insights that they wish to shar…
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Kaitlyn Murray has been care-taking her brand, la vie apres l'amour, a sustainable fashion organization since 2017. Born and raised in Red Hook, NY, she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology and went on to work at Hermes in customer service and merchandising. Her life long love affair with thrifting and her studies in sustainability le…
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Join us on an ALL-NEW episode as we take a Virtual Vacation to Mexico City! Today, we'll delve into the vibrant world of contemporary art-- from renowned galleries to innovative art fairs, we'll guide you through the city's bustling art scene. In Today's Episode: 🏙️ **Exploring Galleries:** - Discover Galería OMR, a longstanding player in Mexico Ci…
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The strides towards net zero emissions are essential in urban and rural areas alike, and it’s vital to consider what can be done within natural capital as well as the built environment to encourage climate-positive change. Discussing these key issues in this week’s episode of The RICS Podcast, Francesca Fowler-Walsh MRICS (Chair, RICS Matrics Lanca…
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I was absolutely privileged to meet Atousa Raissyan. Atousa is recognised as a Shaman, Transformational Heart-Centre Healer and Spiritual Guide, and Motivational Speaker. She is also an award-winning bestselling author, poet and digital artist. Her passion is to help people light up by guiding them to release their traumas and reprogram their fear-…
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I am so thrilled to say that my guest on the GWA Podcast is one of the most esteemed curators in the world, Naomi Beckwith. Currently the Deputy Director and Jennifer and David Stockman Chief Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, where she plays an instrumental role in shaping the museum’s vision, Beckwith’s career has seen her curate so…
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It's another installment of Spirituality and Politics with Marielena Ferrer. Today we largely speak about her upcoming exhibit, "At Arm's Length," where she dives deep into the meaning of Poison Ivy. It's the second time a friend has built artwork around the plant that so many fear. It conjures an interesting response from most humans and perhaps s…
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The role of an expert witness is key to any court and tribunal, and this week’s episode of The RICS Podcast is essential preparation for those considering the span of their expertise. Joining Rajbinder Sohal are Leonora Riesenburg, a Chartered Arbitrator/Mediator Trainer in ADR, and Faye Allen FRICS, Director at J.S. Held LLC - they discuss the imp…
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This week, we are thrilled to welcome filmmaker Marta Cunningham to Mothering Heights! Nominated for two News and Documentary Emmy Awards, Marta Cunningham is a queer filmmaker of color. A native of Northern California, she was so moved by the story of Lawrence King’s tragic murder in 2008 that she embedded herself in the beachside city of Oxnard, …
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I am so excited to say that my guest on the GWA podcast is one of the most exciting artists working in the world right now, Rose B Simpson.An artist working across mediums that span from sculpture to performance, painting and ceramics, Simpson is hailed for her life size clay figures which she adorns with a plethora of symbols, extended antennas an…
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Today I am severely under the weather so I postponed my original guest and instead have time to honor a dear friend, Sarah Bisceglie, who took her life last year. In the beginning of the show I share some memories of Sarah who was a beam of love and light with a brilliant mind. She and I worked together to bring gong and reiki healing to many in th…
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🎙️ **ArtCurious Virtual Vacation: Mexico City Museums** Get ready for an art-filled adventure in Mexico City! Join us in an ALL-NEW podcast series as we explore the cultural treasures of this vibrant capital. From ancient artifacts to contemporary masterpieces, we'll take you on a journey through the city's most iconic museums. 🖼️ **Highlights:** -…
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Neurodiverse professionals in the built environment face unique challenges in the journey to becoming chartered, but with more awareness comes an increasing level of support for such APC candidates. Dan Knowles FRICS hosts this week’s episode of The RICS Podcast, where Morwenna Slade MRICS and Jennifer Hobart MRICS share their experiences with the …
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Gaslighting as Method and Ways to Resist It is the second conversation in a series centering the Warscapes anthology Insurgent Feminisms: Writing War (Daraja Press). Featuring Suzy Salamy, Suchitra Vijayan and Bhakti Shringarpure. Gaslighting is a term used to describe the process by which a person is manipulated into questioning their own reality.…
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THIS WEEK on the GWA Podcast, Katy Hessel interviews Catherine Morris of the Brooklyn Museum, on the great artist JUDITH SCOTT – launching on what would have been Scott's 81st birthday!!Scott (1943–2005) was an American artist hailed for her fibre-based sculptures that merge wheels, trolleys, locks and chairs with bundles of threads, and whose bril…
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Today on the show I get to speak with Laura Victoria Ward, CMA, RSME, a dancer, choreographer, movement teacher, Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst, musician, painter, consciousness explorer, somanaut, and meditator. She is the artistic director of Kingston Contemporary Dance Theatre (formerly Octavia Cup Dance Theatre), a multi-disciplinary, multi-…
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With sustainability becoming a growing area of focus among the residential property industry, this week’s RICS Podcast focuses on how green practices are reflected for consumers, banks and surveyors alike. Emma Fletcher MRICS (RICS/Octopus Energy) is joined by Timothy Bannister (Rightmove) and Maria Dutton (Green Finance Institute) to discuss the o…
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Today on the show I get to speak with Nancy April, a ceramicist and master gardener and Leonora Wiener, an executive and career coach. They are both officers of The Pacama, a Conservation Collaborative, Inc., which was established in an effort to preserve the rural character of the Olive, Marbletown, and Rochester communities in Ulster County, New …
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SURPRISE! We’re back with you for some bonus episodes of ArtCurious this spring! First up: we’re thrilled to announce an all-new tour this September with Like Minds Travel. Today on the show, we’re welcoming LMT’s Laura Hart to chat about group travel: how she puts together these incredible, special excursions, making friends all over the world, an…
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