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The Goth Librarian Podcast is a weekly podcast covering true crime, oddities, urban legends, haunted places, and other dark peculiarities.
 
Conversations & ruminations on the shifts taking place in K-12 librarianship & libraries.
 
The Drunk Librarians are your go-to source for all things booze and books. We chatter about recent reads, library shenanigans, and the booze that makes it all bearable.
 
Tune in as Amy Hermon tackles the issues and challenges school librarians face everyday.
 
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Strange Country
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Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
 
Just a couple of podcasting librarians, talking mostly about pop culture.
 
Every Friday, librarians and archivists from the Georgia Tech Library pick a theme and free-associate an hour of music, interviews, and library talk.
 
We are just having fun reviewing and discussing comic books, graphic novels, manga, anime/animation, music and movies that we have recently read, listened to or watched.
 
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Strange Country
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Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
A Readers’ Advisory Podcast about becoming better library staff by reading books we hate! Every month we read books from a new, randomly picked genre; then on the podcast we discuss our reading choices, experiences, opinions, appeal factors, and other related topics as friends and library workers.
 
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The Library Pros
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The Library Pros - A Librarian and a Library Information Technologist discussing libraries, technology and anything else that makes us smile!
 
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The Library Pros
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The Library Pros - A Librarian and a Library Information Technologist discussing libraries, technology and anything else that makes us smile!
 
The Rock N Roll Librarian: Our Monthly Rock N Roll Book Club, co-hosted by Shelley Sorenson and Christian Swain. Shelley picks a book, usually a Rock N Roll biography, she reads it and I purposely do not and then we dig into it together. Shelley is a rocker from way back, and a professional librarian from way back. She goes way back with us too - the Librarian was our first “spin off” show! Shelley sees Rock N Roll Librarian as an opportunity to combine her love of books and love of music in ...
 
We are a book group podcast, looking at a new genre each week. We enjoy a beverage that matches the theme of the episode, we talk about some books we like with our Guest Hosts, and we share resources for finding more books. We work in a library system, and many of our guests work in libraries - so we have a lot of fun books to share! Grab a beverage, and let's start talking about books!
 
Tired of podcasts that sound like NPR and other boring talk radio? Kick those librarian wannabes off your phone and tune in to the top the dial at 107.7. Brad and Syd pay homage to FM radio rock jocks with their comedic opinions and loaded takes, and there's always a little classic rock mixed in. Hang on!
 
3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation. Each chapter of 3 Books uncovers and discusses the three most formative books from one of the world's most inspiring people. Sample guests include: Judy Blume, David Sedaris, Chris Anderson of TE ...
 
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Circulating Ideas
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the librarian interview podcast
 
Here we share conversations with librarians, educators, and readers about the children's books that can be bridges across our cultural divides… the books that can open minds and the books that can be the lifeline a child needs to remember they're not alone. The hosts are Ann Braden and Saadia Faruqi. Ann is a middle grade author, a community organizer, a former middle school teacher and a mother of two. Saadia is a Pakistani American author, an interfaith activist, cultural sensitivity train ...
 
Welcome to the Banned Library Podcast, the podcast that covers books that have been banned or challenged in schools, libraries, countries, and other strange places. Join librarian ST Harker as he reads banned books.
 
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Bodice Tipplers
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We're two trouble makers from Columbia, South Carolina who love books and booze and talking over each other. We met in a post-election fury and continue to agitate and drink heavily while reading the news. Courtney is a Technical Librarian by way of a master’s degree in Public History. She has been obsessed with romance novels since she stole them off her Mamaw’s nightstand. She is a loud talker, likes the color pink, enjoys cheap wine, and thinks music festivals are dumb. She also is scared ...
 
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The Bibliodames
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We are the two librarians who work together in an urban high school in Fort Worth, TX. We want to focus on how we integrate technology into our everyday life in the library on top of all of our more traditional librarian duties. We will talk about all aspects of our lives in the library, including our successes and failures.
 
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Library Land Loves
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Library Professionals are passionate about a lot of things. Be it the pop culture they consume or the databases that drive their libraries, Library Land Loves A Lot!
 
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Lifelong Learning
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On Lifelong Learning, host Kate Nesi, frugal wife, mother, runner, and librarian, shares her experiences in the continuous pursuit of lifelong learning. Topics include frugal personal finance, family, marriage, making and creating, health and fitness, running, and continuing the growth mindset throughout life.
 
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Research Pages
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An academic librarian and a computer scientist talk about supporting academic research from totally different perspectives. We lift the lid and chat about how it all works under the hood, demystifying some of the things that go on in the background to make the academic machine work, from tackling the world of information and managing the tidal wave of Big Data through to developments in scholarly communications to research assessment.
 
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One More Page
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One More Page is a podcast for lovers of kids’ books. Whether you’re a kid, a librarian or just one of those people who never grew up…this is the podcast for you. Packed full of interviews, book reviews and industry gossip, not to mention the occasional fart joke, One More Page is your fortnightly foray into the world of children’s books.
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
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Conan the Librarian
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Conan the Librarian takes you into his library for monthly updates on Obscure News, Entertainment, Books, Movies and Sports.
 
I chat to information professionals (Librarians) from all sectors about their careers so far, CPD, frustrations, achievements, and what they would do if I put them in charge of the profession for a day.
 
Join Daniel Messer, the Cyberpunk Librarian, as he talks about ideas, trends, and cool stuff for technologically minded librarians who are high tech and low budget! Occasionally, we'll dive into the art, literature, and media of cyberpunk.
 
Tales of high adventure in deep space starring Skylar and Jessica! It's pulp sci-fi with a librarian twist. It's Intragalactic Librarian!
 
Podcast by No Librarians Allowed
 
A historian & a librarian hit the giggle water and deliver the funny, weird, spooky, morbid, & random historical nuggets you never knew you needed in your ear holes!
 
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Faith, books, and everything in-between...
 
Podcast by Librarians: Nathan, Lindsey, Amanda, Molly, Kim, & Nate
 
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The Loud Librarian
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Join librarian in training Josh Valentine as he peruses the halls of knowledge looking for fascinating topics about book, libraries and fiction to share with you, the listener. Every Monday right here on iTunes and infinitybreak.net.
 
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Queer Librarian
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A podcast about LGBTQ+ folks who have changed the world, both historically and now, as told to you by your friendly queer librarian.
 
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Teen Title Talk
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Two librarians discuss two YA books every two weeks!
 
Are you a public, school, academic, or special librarian who is ready to become a better library leader? Drawing on her experiences as an academic librarian and library leader, as well as the knowledge she gained earning her PhD in Higher Education Leadership, Dr. Sarah Clark interviews leaders in the library world to learn their secrets for becoming better leaders and building stronger libraries. In addition, Sarah shares her thoughts on current events in the library world, as well as a dee ...
 
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Well-Read
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As librarians, books are kind of our thing. Listen in as we talk about what we're reading, make book recommendations, and all sorts of book-related fun.
 
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Tiny Book Club
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A podcast from the librarians at the Glenview Public Library
 
A life long geek and a school librarian bring their respective expertise to the mission of examining graphic novels and trade collections with female protagonists. Superheroes, teenage drama, space opera, all is on the table and up for discussion. Because kicking butt knows no gender restriction. Fire and Water Podcast Network presents a Council of Geeks Production.
 
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Librarians Aloud
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'Librarians Aloud' is an independent podcast by librarians for library & information professionals or anyone interested in what it is information professionals do. Each episode features a guest from the information profession telling their origin story, sharing insight into their career path and discussing the future of information and knowledge sharing and discovery. The show is produced and presented by Laura Rooney Ferris and is presented by the Academic & Special Libraries Section (A&SL) ...
 
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Fight Night
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Official Podcast of the 40K Fight ClubFor Hobbyists By Hobbyists
 
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Three Books
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Three Books is a podcast about books produced by the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich, IL. Hosted by librarians Christen and Becca.
 
A podcast covering all things geeky and nerdy, all from the female perspective. Some of fandoms include (but are not limited to): Disney, Marvel, Doctor Who, Once Upon A Time, Sailor Moon, The Librarians, and more! So come join us for reviews, news, tangents and even a bit of squee.
 
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Teacher Librarians
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A podcast for school library media specialists, teacher-librarians and anyone else interested in books and technology, particularly in the K-12 setting.
 
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Learn strategies and find lots of resources you can use with your youngest patrons! Amanda Johnson shares her techniques for working with Littles everyday. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. KQ: 12 (Mostly cheap) Teacher Tricks that Work in an Elementary Library (Kelly Hincks) Animals ...…
 
This episode Rock N Roll Librarian Shelley Sorenson and Rock N Roll Archaeologist Christian Swain go down the big muddy river and deep into the delta to discuss Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlow’s new book ‘Up Jumped the Devil: The Real Life of Robert Johnson’. This time, while on our Mississippi adventure, we will play many of the few Robe ...…
 
Third time's the charm! Gwen and Frank join the fine folks from the Overdue podcast to discuss Ken Kesey's 1962 novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
 
*Trigger Warning: Death of a child* Who's ready to get SPOOK-AY?!?! Librarian A is ringing in October with the Stephen King classic Pet Sematary. Pour yourself a cold one and get ready for death, mayhem, and the usual Steve King hijinks. Just a heads up that roughly the 1st 10 minutes is the Q&A we did with our Twitter peeps, so if you're just ...…
 
A chat w/Kristina Holzweiss about the book she co authored w/Stony Evans, Hacking School Libraries: 10 Ways to Incorporate Library Media Centers into Your Learning Community & what she considers the most important library hack.
 
In the 1940s and early 1950s, Americans afflicted with cancer feared their only treatment options: radiation and surgery. They sought a miraculous cure, and both Norman Baker and Harry Hoxsey claimed to have the answer. Questions or comments? thegothlibrarianpodcast@gmail.com Follow me on Twitter: @GothPodcast Instagram: that_gothlibrarian Than ...…
 
In this episode, Saadia Faruqi will share recommendations for picture books about people of color living regular lives, and Ann Braden will share her conversation with Dr. Krista Aronson, founder of the Diversity Book Finder.By Saadia Faruqi and Ann Braden.
 
This week Kyna & Natalee take on part two of Funeral Customs. Kyna kicks off the episode with Voodoo and ends her segment legitimately wondering if she should convert. Nat delivers another weird and wacky list about funeral around the world. Finally, Kyna closes out the episode with a few musical traditions around the world and a deep dive into ...…
 
We discuss different resources used in research:databases such as free ones like Google Scholar and Pubmed to paid databases,author profiles such as ORCID,and the pros and cons of them.See @research-pages (https://soundcloud.com/research-pages) for all of our other episodes.By Podcast on supporting academic research.
 
Guests: Itza Carbajal and Michaela Hart. First broadcast October 18 2019. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2019/10/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-october-18th-archivists-against-history-repeating-itself-episode-442/ "We come together because of, not despite of, our professional obligations."…
 
A podcast by three librarians a the Glenview Public Library
 
For some reason we discuss have 2 minutes of discussion about Sisqó at the beginning of this episode. Feel free to fast forward to the 7 minute mark. Eventually we discuss the book Once and Future.By Librarians: Nathan, Lindsey, Amanda, Molly, Kim, & Nate.
 
On the surface, The Lonely Doll depicts the glamour of city life. But when you dig deeper, you realize it's a disturbing portrait of deep loneliness, which is way to describe its author, Dare Wright. Strange Country co-hosts Beth and Kelly talk about Wright's upbringing, the weird relationship with her mother and whether some people should even ...…
 
On the surface, The Lonely Doll depicts the glamour of city life. But when you dig deeper, you realize it's a disturbing portrait of deep loneliness, which is way to describe its author, Dare Wright. Strange Country co-hosts Beth and Kelly talk about Wright's upbringing, the weird relationship with her mother and whether some people should even ...…
 
Welcome back to the show. We are so glad you are here, joining us for the book group discussion! You can find our show notes page here, where you can find background info on more resources for this genre, links to the books we shared, and of course links to the beverages we enjoyed! (Note: this week the beverages require some engineering skills ...…
 
Journalist and narrative non-fiction writer Lauren Kessler explains the meaning behind the evocative title of her new book "A Grip of Time: When Prison Is Your Life." It's the story of her experience working with a writing group for men serving a life sentence in a maximum-security prison. She also hints at her next writing project, a true tale ...…
 
Logan and Richard have a discussion about the movies Ghost in the Shell. Confused yet? We are talking about the classic anime movie and the more recent live action movie. What are some of the similarities and differences? Take a listen and see what we thought. What we reviewed in this episode: Ghost in the Shell, Mamoru Oshii – director, Palm P ...…
 
This week, Erin and Courtney picked two YA books that they wouldn't normally gravitate toward based on cover and synopsis: Mike by Andrew Norriss and Gut Check by Eric Kester. Listen up to see how that turned out for them (hint: two thumbs up). We also dug into the Jar of Teen Angst and revisited our high school sports experiences and how we ha ...…
 
When a painter gets involved with some criminals, things take a super dark turn in this gritty noir.By ST Harker.
 
Ginny Di wears a lot of hats: YouTuber, cosplayer, singer, actress. And now she can add Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast guest to her resume! Join us for our discussion with Ginny Di. We cover the current and future state of cosplay, making a living on the internet, changing fandoms as we grow, and more. Also we skip the news and other housekeeping t ...…
 
This episode we’re discussing the topics of Suspending Your Disbelief and Trick or Treaters’ Advisory (e.g. Halloween costumes)! We discuss how we read realistic fiction differently from more outlandish fiction, characters acting out of character, super selfish teenagers, and how many costume elements we have in our closets. Plus: We’re confuse ...…
 
Guest host Troy Swanson chats with Jacquelyn Whiting and Michelle Luhtala, authors of News Literacy: the Keys to Combating Fake News, about teaching media literacy skills, helping students explore their own worldviews, guiding students through information overload, and the importance of mindfulness. Jacquelyn Whiting is a Google Certified Innov ...…
 
Harmony.By Sydney Hollis & Brad Howe.
 
On this episode, I'm learning from Emmy Simpkins. Emmy is Co-Owner and a Level 3 Crossfit Trainer at Crossfit Speakeasy in Belmar, New Jersey. Emmy is a Competitive Crossfit Athlete and was a former Division 1 Soccer Player at Rutgers University from 2008-2013. Emmy is an amazing coach, trainer, and friend who motivates everyone she meets to be ...…
 
A movie so funny they banned it in Norway, we're covering the life story of a man who got super killed.By ST Harker.
 
Learn strategies to address the most challenging of student checkout personalities and hear from school librarians during our annual state conference. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Advocating for our Graphic Novel Collections (2 min Powtoon) Challenge Accepted! Readers Advisory an ...…
 
3 Books is a completely insane and totally epic 15-year-long quest to uncover the 1000 most formative books in the world. Each chapter is hosted live and in-person at the guest's preferred location by Neil Pasricha, New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation. Each chapter of 3 Books uncovers and discusse ...…
 
This week Kyna & Natalee take on Funeral Customs. Nat starts it off morbid as hell but hang in there because Kyna comes in with funny with some Victorian superstitions. Finally, Nat closes out the episode with a more heart-warming custom from China. Be sure to join Patreon before the 19th to be entered in our Spooky Movie Night Giveaway!!! Want ...…
 
Fall is peak publishing season for memoirs, and we've got you covered. Whether you like stories about celebrity life, everyday survival, food, or criminal justice, memoirs offer something for every taste. As always, we end with what we're reading this week. Books and other media mentioned in this episode: Still Life by Louise PennyEducated by T ...…
 
It's spooky season and we are here to tell you about all of our most favorite Halloween things! Join us we talk about books, decorations, and really terrible costumes.
 
Guest: Philip Burrus of the Burrus Intellectual Property Law Group in Atlanta, GA First broadcast October 11, 2019. Playlist at https://www.wrek.org/2019/10/playlist-for-lost-in-the-stacks-from-friday-october-11th-the-case-act-episode-440/ "I do worry sometimes about how governments implement noble causes."…
 
New Sound Byte.By Sydney Hollis & Brad Howe.
 
Lis and Nathaniel step outside the remit of the show to gush about their shared love of the Netflix reboot of She-Ra.The TOUGH LIKE A GIRL Podcast is a Council of Geeks Production!Follow the TOUGH LIKE A GIRL Podcast: Subscribe via iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/punch-like-a-girl/id1161149489 Follow us on TWITTER: https://twitter.c ...…
 
Readers, we welcome you to this millionth episode of Strange Country. As much as Kelly and Beth want you to drink and be merry whilst listening to this tale of a woman named Carry A Nation, maybe you should get a glass of water and listen earlier than 9 pm. We are getting old people, and really is drinking that good for you? If Carry were alive ...…
 
Readers, we welcome you to this millionth episode of Strange Country. As much as Kelly and Beth want you to drink and be merry whilst listening to this tale of a woman named Carry A Nation, maybe you should get a glass of water and listen earlier than 9 pm. We are getting old people, and really is drinking that good for you? If Carry were alive ...…
 
Welcome back to the show. We are so glad you are here, joining us for the book group discussion!. Our full shown notes page, with links to information on the genre, with links to the books we share, and links to the beverages we enjoyed, is found right here. This is a genre filled with all kinds of interesting books. Some are sad, some are scar ...…
 
It's time once again for a news filled episode. We cover a heap of stories from trailers to Marvel keeping a hold on our wallets. Plus some housekeeping and an announcement. Our blog: http://thefiveishfangirls.com Twitter: @fiveishfangirls Email: fiveishfangirls@gmail.com Become a supporter on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/FiveishFangirlsPodc ...…
 
Welcome to Happiness in Libraries bonus episode! Each month we are looking at a few stories about happy things that happen in libraries, or happy things that libraries contribute to their communities. You can get links to all of the stories we shared on our website. And if you have happy library stories of your own, send them to us! We are at a ...…
 
In this episode, we meet some of our (and quite possibly your) literary heroes! First up, we meet longstanding, award-winning children's book author Libby Hathorn. Hear about her many books from Thunderwith through to recent picture books, including Miss Franklin, as we chat about her career and many achievements. In Kids Capers, the lucky winn ...…
 
Today, Saadia Faruqi will share recommendations for picture books about grief and then Ann Braden will share her conversation with educator, Jillian Heise, founder of #ClassroomBookaDay, an initiative encouraging educators to read aloud one picture book a day in their classrooms.By Saadia Faruqi and Ann Braden.
 
Dangers are lurking all around our libraries. Our jobs impact everything from what we wear to our health and our mindset. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you’ve heard today. Live Oak Middle School Librarian Receives National Attention NYT: Monica Potts In the land of self-defeat Twitter resources - Tha ...…
 
This week Kyna & Natalee are once again joined by Audry in Japan. Part two may have less human sacrifice than last week, but it doesn't fail to deliver the cannibalism and alien rants you've come to expect as they dive into the weird, funny, & historical nuggets regarding advanced early civilizations! Kyna kicks off the episode with six ancient ...…
 
Part 2 of FEATS OF ENGINEERING Guest: Tony Fast of MINED Research Group. First broadcast February 14 2014. Playlist at http://bit.ly/1eWTh3q
 
Colorado seafood.By Brad Howe & Sydney Hollis.
 
We all love libraries, but what books do you just NEED to own? Frank coins a new genre, Gwen falls for a book about mistakes, and they both share some deep thoughts about the oxford comma. This Week’s Books: The Grammarians by Cathleen Shine The Other’s Gold by Elizabeth Ames Dreyer's English : An Utterly correct Guide to Clarity and Style by B ...…
 
We like to recognize our firsts, like the first American woman doctor. But sometimes being the first ain't so great especially if you're the first woman executed by the U.S. government. That distinction belongs to Mary Surratt who was executed for her role in the conspiracy to assassinate Pres. Abraham Lincoln and members of his cabinet. Strang ...…
 
We like to recognize our firsts, like the first American woman doctor. But sometimes being the first ain't so great especially if you're the first woman executed by the U.S. government. That distinction belongs to Mary Surratt who was executed for her role in the conspiracy to assassinate Pres. Abraham Lincoln and members of his cabinet. Strang ...…
 
Welcome back to the show. We are so glad you are here, joining us for the book group discussion. This week we look at books on natural disasters. Who is joining us this week? Our returning Guest Host is Ariel Kirst from the Great River Library System. Natural disasters in books are kind of contradictory. On the one hand, it’s scary and potentia ...…
 
This week, Courtney and Erin dive into two NYT bestsellers: Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott and With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo. They chat about character tropes, NYT bestsellers, motherhood, food and more. They also dip into the Jar of Teen Angst to answer the questions: Did you have any local mysteries you tried to track down ...…
 
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