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Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns for Season 2 of her award-winning podcast, Wiser Than Me™. Each week, she has funny, touching, personal conversations with iconic older women who are brimming with the kind of unapologetic attitude and wisdom that only comes with age. Julia sits at the feet of some extraordinary teachers this season (discover who in the trailer), and of course her 90-year-old mom, Judy. Tune in to laugh, cry and get wise. All Hail Old Women! Photo: Ryan Pfluger and August Image
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heretics. | andrew gold

Andrew Gold & Glassbox Media

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What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants. Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and ...
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Catch Up with Louise McSharry keeps you up to date on the week’s news and culture, from the lowest of brows to the relatively high. Armed with recommendations for music, books, telly and the rest, Louise takes you through the week’s events with the help of experts and relevant guests. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Your podcast home for Hall of Famer, Mike Claiborne and friends, bringing you content on St. Louis and national sports all week long. Covering the St. Louis Cardinal, St. Louis Blues, SLU Billikens, Mizzou Tigers, Illini, plus MLB, NHL, NBA, NFL, and NCAA sports.
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Have a menopause question? You’ll find the answers here. Join me, GP and Menopause Specialist Dr Louise Newson, for the definitive perimenopause and menopause podcast. Each week I’m joined by a special guest for the lowdown on the latest research and treatments, bust myths and share inspirational stories. This podcast is brought to you by the Newson Health Group, which has clinics across the UK dedicated to providing personalised perimenopause and menopause care for all women. It funds cutti ...
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Get an exclusive backstage pass to the world of a self-made content creator with “This Isn’t My Degree.” Join Original Dante as he shares his personal experiences and interview local creators who’ve defied expectations.
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St. Louis is a place full of incredible food, interesting businesses, some of the nation's best breweries and some of the country's most creative people. Meet St. Louis is the podcast taking you behind the scenes with the brewers, chefs, entrepreneurs, and artists who make St. Louis more than just the Arch.
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St. Louis on the Air

St. Louis Public Radio

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St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
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BUILD St. Louis presents the most innovative minds in construction and development across the St. Louis region. From contractors and designers to engineers and real estate professionals, this podcast covers all aspects of the industry. Tune in to stay up-to-date on who’s moving dirt and building projects in the region.
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Welcome to St Louis In Tune! Thank you for joining us for fresh perspectives on issues and events with experts, community leaders, and everyday people who are driving change and making an impact that shapes our society and world. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
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In the Timely Topics podcast series, economists and other Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis experts talk about their research and current topics in the news. (Views expressed are not necessarily those of the St. Louis Fed or Federal Reserve System.)
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Keep It!

Crooked Media

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Wherever pop culture and politics collide, Ira Madison III and Louis Virtel are on hand to examine the gorgeous wreckage from their uniquely queer perspective. Each week, our “Princes of Pop Culture” are joined by the likes of Michelle Yeoh, Hunter Doohan, John Boyega, Connie Britton, Gabrielle Union, and Sheryl Lee Ralph to unpack the latest controversies, laude character actress appreciation, and all the shade that’s fit to throw. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
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Senior Producer and distinguished St. Louis media veteran Carol Daniel interviews a wide range of local people and organizations in conversations aimed at providing context and clarity about the St. Louis community. Listen, St. Louis with Carol Daniel explores complex issues with people working to help our region thrive.
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You Look Like Me

Louise McLoughlin

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Donor conceived journalist, Louise McLoughlin, delves deeper into the secrets, discoveries, and lives of donor conceived people while trying to find the man who, presumably, looks like her.
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St. Louis' most popular business and satire news podcast. Hosted by Eric Brown and Kris Risner, alongside the most badass guests in and outside of St. Louis. The show covers the latest in business and current events. Watch the free version of the video at youtube.com/@thestlouispodcast
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Fitzdog Radio

Greg Fitzsimmons

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Fitzdog Radio! Honest funny interviews w/ Greg Fitzsimmons' new and old friends diving deep and laughing hard. Guests include Zach Galifianakis, Joe Rogan, Sarah Silverman, JB Smoove, Chelsea Handler, Nick Swardson, Sebastian, Judd Apatow, Steven Wright, Dave Attell, Louis CK and Bill Burr
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Louis Lehot is a partner and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP, based in the firm’s Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Los Angeles offices, where he is a member of the Private Equity & Venture Capital, M&A and Transactions Practices and the Technology, Health Care, and Energy Industry Teams. Louis Lehot focuses his practice on advising entrepreneurs and their management teams, investors and financial advisors at all stages of growth, from garage to global. louislehotattorney.substack.com
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Come along with me and explore the lives of Archimedes, Galileo Galilei, Albert Einstein, Wangari Maathai, Ctesibius, Valentina Tereshkova, Chiune Sugihara, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett… and others who’ve greatly influenced society. What life choices led them to be so extraordinary… what can we learn from them? Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lawrence-jean-louis/support
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Send your thoughts, feelings, opinions and suggestions to 0892096423! Lots to talk about in the world of entertainment this week so thankfully Cassie Delaney was on hand to fill us in. We discuss Kim Kardashian on Actors on Actors, Nicola Coughlan's visit to Ireland, Daniel O'Donnell's warning to his fans and LOADS more. To support the podcast and …
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Content advisory: this podcast contains themes of suicide and mental health. This week on the podcast, Dr Louise is joined by Andrea Newton, a postmenopausal woman whose own experience of mental health during the menopause lead her to train as a tutor with the National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training. Over the last six years, Andrea has trai…
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Shadow work brings up the darndest things. It has been a wild ride since the beginning of the year. You have felt it and so have I. That energy of March 2024 really did a number on me, but I came out on the other side and am now implementing what I need to do to move out of multiple 6 figures and hit a million dollars! How have you been upleveling?…
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Nate & Ben discuss ben's upcoming Pokemon car race, visiting Busch Stadium for Blogger/Podcaster day, hugging other podcasters, eating too many hot dogs, burning hands with hot cheese, asking Mo "great questions," Mo's eventual obvious retirement, pitching labs, the return of Willson, Miles Mikolas being good, what to do with Steven Matz, and much …
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Businesses like Walgreens and CVS are closing many stores nationwide, creating pharmacy deserts, specifically in underserved and underrepresented communities. Carol is joined by Dr. Marcus Howard to talk about how he is combating this crisis in St. Louis by filling in the gap with GreaterHealth Pharmacy in the DelmarDivine. To experience more of #L…
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Maia Sutherland Maia Sutherland says: I am a life-long vegetarian turned carnivore. Now with far too much actual fuel going to my brain, I have become utterly obsessed with the topic and writing a book hoping to inspire people to spend parts of their life in ketosis and reduce their disharmonies. The intention of the book is that anyone from any co…
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Faisal Saeed Al Mutar is an Iraqi-American human-rights activist and social entrepreneur who was admitted to the United States as a refugee in 2013. He is founder of Global Conversations and Ideas Beyond Borders and formerly worked for Movements.org to assist dissidents in closed societies worldwide. Follow his X here: https://twitter.com/faisalalm…
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Spanning more than 2,300 miles, the Mississippi is one of the longest rivers in the world. The waterway has the distinction of being both a significant ecosystem and a commercial navigation route, which often leads to tension and competing visions for its future. In his new book “The Great River: The Making & Unmaking of the Mississippi” journalist…
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Pour les anciennes générations, le travail était le seul endroit de sociabilisation. Sans bureaux, les jeunes gens doivent trouver des astuces pour se faire des amis. Traduction : For older generations, work was the sole place of connection. Without offices, young people have to get clever about making friends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privac…
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Ira and Louis discuss Charli XCX's new album BRAT, Kim Kardashian and Chloe Sevigny's Actors on Actors, Glen Powell's rise to leading man, Sabrina Carpenter's new single, the Practical Magic sequel, and Will Smith's box office return. Plus, Meg Stalter joins to discuss her new film Cora Bora, her theatre nerd roots, and more. Subscribe to Keep It o…
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While grieving can get easier over time, it is a lifelong process. St. Louis-based content creator Kait Granger aims to illuminate that truth in her TikTok series, “Let’s Not Rot.” The series was born out of her need for vulnerability and connection after experiencing the traumatic loss of her mother. Granger talks about her journey with loss, misc…
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For over a century, numbers for baseball in America were missing a huge piece of history because of racial segregation. That changed when Major League Baseball announced the incorporation of Negro Leagues Baseball statistics into the official MLB record book in May. Ed Wheatley, baseball historian and author, talks about the St. Louis Giants and St…
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State Sen. Mary Elizabeth Coleman was the first candidate to jump into the GOP fray for the now-open 3rd Congressional District seat. And she ended up being one of the last contenders to file to be the next secretary of state.During an episode of St. Louis Public Radio’s Politically Speaking, Coleman detailed why she chose to switch up races — cont…
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We sit down with multi-disciplined artist and social worker Celeste Grayer to discuss the upcoming Juneteenth celebrations in the St. Louis area, particularly the activities in the Delmar Loop on June 15th. Grayer, who is deeply embedded in the local community, shares her insights on the significance of Juneteenth, its recent recognition as a natio…
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In this episode of BUILD St. Louis, host Kerry Smith Buck, President and CEO of Construction News and Review (CNR), explores the fascinating process of naming buildings, especially historic signature structures, with Judy Glick and James Butler from the architecture and design firm Arcturis. Judy, the Director of Brand and Client Engagement, and Ja…
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A stunning cold case breakthrough led police to a man living a new life in Michigan. Police found the suspect hiding under a stolen name, having fooled both authorities and his own family for decades. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Un couple amateurs de la pêche à l'aimant a remonté d'un lac de New York un coffre-fort contenant environ 100 000 dollars. Il était rempli de liasses de billets de 100 dollars endommagés par l'eau. Traduction : A couple of "magnet fishing" enthusiasts has pulled up a safe containing an estimated $100,000 from a New York lake. It was stuffed with bu…
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This week, we’re talking sales - or rather, we’re talking what happens if we take sales out of the equation. Alice has just finished a gallery show while Louise has a pile of finished paintings she hasn’t yet put on her website. We discuss the role that sales play in our creative process and in our ultimate satisfaction. Is it important to exchange…
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Timothy Nordmann, owner of Mr. Meowski's Bakery in St. Charles, knows a thing or two about a good loaf of sourdough. Behind each loaf, however, is a story of determination in moments of uncertainty. Nordmann shares his experiences as a bakery owner – and what it took to get there – on social media. One video in particular went viral back in May and…
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In our ongoing coverage of issues plaguing the Children’s Division of Missouri’s Department of Social Services, we discuss why a tool aimed at removing children from a home where drug use is evident isn’t being used to a great extent in the St. Louis area. STLPR politics correspondent talks about his reporting on the Temporary Alternative Placement…
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The longtime head of Missouri’s Department of Conservation has stepped aside after taking the helm of the agency in late 2016. For years, Sarah Parker Pauley managed the state’s incredibly vast expanse of pristine wilderness and outdoor spaces where people hunt, fish and hike. During an in-depth conversation with STLPR politics correspondent Jason …
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According to a recent PitchBook report, medtech M&A is on the rise, especially with cardiovascular tech and surgical robotics.Key points to note about this recent shift:▪️ Q1 2024 saw $3.3B in funding, up from $2.8B in Q4 2023▪️ Cardiovascular and surgical robotics led the charge with $2.2B and $1B, respectively, in the past year▪️ About 1/2 of the…
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Mike Evans didn’t start off with the dream of running a cookie empire, but that’s the goal he’s currently building on each and every day. He grew up surrounded by the food world but it wasn’t the path he took originally. But a desire for entrepreneurship and a discovery on the internet about the possibility of warm cookies straight from a vending m…
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The St. Charles County Library Board has postponed the vote on closing the McClay, Deer Run, and Kisker Road branches. This follows significant backlash from people who go to these libraries and have concerns about job cuts. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-inf…
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Les bureaux de vote ont fermé au Mexique lors d'une élection qui devrait presque certainement voir la première femme présidente du pays être élue. Traduction : Polls have closed in Mexico in an election which is almost certain to see the country's first female president elected. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.…
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Les marécages disparaissent trois fois plus vite que les forêts. Quand il s'agit de les restaurer, il y a un héros aux pouvoirs remarquables, le castor. Traduction : We are losing wetlands three times faster than forests. When it comes to restoring them there is one hero with remarkable powers - the beaver. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy fo…
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Send your thoughts, feelings, opinions and suggestions to 0892096423! It's a bumper news day for Carl Kinsella and I as we discuss the election results so far, the latest atrocities in Gaza, dogs and danger and lots more besides! To support the podcast and access bonus episodes join our community on Patreon. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy f…
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Tom Nash lost his arms and legs to an illness at 19. He has also become a good mate of mine. Here, he talks about how political correctness and woke policing have actually make things significantly harder for disabled people. Subscribe to his YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiquJMumEKysG4mNP0NwERg Follow his Instagram DJ Hookie here:…
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