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Each week together with WELL WMN host, nutrition therapist + empowerment coach Emily Spaeth Lundberg, we’ll explore topics that help you feel inspired on your mental, physical and spiritual journey, and build the confidence to move forward while illuminating your life and that of those around you. Tune in every other week to join WELL WMN for a new topic and a new dose of inspiration!
 
Librivox volunteers bring you 11 recordings of Wynken, Blynken, and Nod by Eugene Field. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for September 14-28, 2014."Wynken, Blynken, and Nod" is a popular poem for children written by American writer and poet Eugene Field and published on March 9, 1889. The original title was Dutch Lullaby.The poem is a fantasy bed-time story of three children sailing and fishing in the stars. Their boat is a wooden shoe. The little fishermen symbolize a sleepy child's ...
 
PRøDUCTS & PLäCEMENTS is an official, Melsonian Arts Counsel approved, Troika Actual Play podcast dedicated to showcasing and promoting the 3rd party content that makes this game great! Join the former 90s college students turned into the Ars Nova Advertising Guild as they participate in this tongue-and-cheek ploy to showcase and promote as many third-party Troika! creators and their content as possible, to inspire you to check out the game, buy some content, and get rollin' those dice! New ...
 
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Christine Cupo from the Juventibus Twitch stream makes her debut appearance on The Total Soccer Show to discuss the season so far for Juventus. She tackles the burning questions, like... Was there complacency from the start of the season? Should the club have parted ways with Sarri and why had things become so untenable? Who deserves the largest sh…
 
The 2021 Gold Cup schedule has finally arrived...took Concacaf long enough! We go through it on Episode 51 of the SSFC Podcast. First, we talk about how Concacaf completely bungled the announcement of this Gold Cup schedule, including releasing the list of venues without dates or who would be playing there. Less than 2 months before the start of th…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam are joined by The Athletic's Felipe Cárdenas for a fascinating discussion about Felipe's recent story, titled "The battles for control through Atlanta United’s rapid ascent and sudden backslide". Why has Atlanta United fallen off over the last few seasons? Why didn't they hire Marcelo Bielsa when…
 
Paul Tenorio is back on the show (in a non-Allocation Disorder fashion) to discuss the Columbus Crew rebrand and why the folks in charge assume changing a logo means more butts in seats. We take a look at the process that led to the rebrand, why Crew ownership thought it was necessary, and where we go from here. Plus, the team that did rebranding r…
 
It’s listener question time! Ryan, Taylor, and Joe combine to answer your lovely inquiries, ranging from under-the-radar Americans who we might see at the Gold Cup, to which active Premier League players are future hall-of-famers, to why fans on non-Big Six clubs should be glad that the Super League isn’t happening, to so much more. You can find th…
 
Joe and Taylor discuss Gregg Berhalter's provisional roster for the Concacaf Nations League Finals this summer, and then it's on to discussing some of the most interesting performances by USMNT-eligible players around the world (aka - in North America and Europe). Players discussed: 1) Brenden Aaronson (Red Bull Salzburg) 2) Christian Pulisic (Chel…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to discuss the biggest games of the weekend! And Graham’s OnlyFans account! -Man City vs Chelsea: The Champions League dress rehearsal didn’t go well for Man City, who saw the game turn when Sergio Aguero decided to do his Ademola Lookman penalty tribute. -Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid: A vital game in the Liga titl…
 
The UEFA Champions League Final is set, and Chelsea FC and Manchester City will take the field in Istanbul to see who will be crowned European champions. However, two Pennsylvanians from the USMNT, Christian Pulisic and Zack Steffen, will compete to see which of them will become only the 2nd USMNT player to win a Champions League. On Episode 50, we…
 
On this week’s episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam use this Saturday’s edition of El Tráfico a jumping-off point for a discussion about roster building cycles in MLS (which is something that LAFC is dealing with right now), club rebuilds (which is something that the Galaxy are dealing with right now), the challenges of selling players mids…
 
Taylor is joined by Transfermarkt's Manuel Veth to discuss the managerial key party that is the Bundesliga coaching situation. We get into what Germany will look like this summer in Jogi Lowe's final outing (and where he might go from here), how Bayern got their man in Julian Nagelsmann but still have a lot to figure out if they want to make sure h…
 
Ryan, Graham, and Joe team up to talk Champions Leagues! First, it's some UEFA Champions League chat with discussion of Chelsea vs. Real Madrid and Manchester City vs. PSG. Just how good was Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea team against Madrid? Has Pep been reading a Diego Simeone biography? And what's the deal with an all-English UCL Final? Then, it's on t…
 
Meg Linehan of The Athletic is back on the show to discuss this weekend's NWSL Challenge Cup Final, as well as her thoughts on some of the best offseason moves in the league. Plus, which teams are looking strong (or as strong as ever) and which teams still have some work to do! There's also Taylor attempting to get Meg to make Olympic roster predic…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham discuss the weekend’s biggest games—including the one that didn’t actually take place! Manchester Utd vs. Liverpool: the biggest fixture in English soccer was postponed following protests from Red Devils fans aimed at their absentee owners. What exactly happened at Old Trafford, and what will follow? La Liga title race: Atle…
 
Jesse Marsch is off to RB Leipzig, as he was announced yesterday as their next coach, replacing Julian Nagelsmann. On Episode 49, we do a quick reaction to Marsch’s move from Salzburg to Leipzig and how his path through the Red Bull system has put him in the position he seeked when he left the New York Red Bulls: a head coaching job with a big time…
 
Taylor, Adam Snavely, and Joe team up to answer your listener questions and talk CCL! We start out with CCL and try to get to the bottom of what on earth happened last night between the Columbus Crew and Monterrey and the Portland Timbers and Club América. Then, it’s on to the questions! 1) What can we expect from Bayern Munich under Julian Nagelsm…
 
Joe, Ryan and Taylor have assembled to indirectly discuss the filmography of Christopher Nolan... but also to break down this week's Champions Leagues games! 1) PSG v Manchester City: why was one half so good for PSG and the other was, erm, the opposite? 2) Real Madrid v Chelsea: what was Tuchel's tactical approach and how did Real Madrid calm thin…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam discuss some of MLS’s competitive balance issues, spending disparity, and a handful of roster rules. Then it’s on to a conversation about the Galaxy and Chicharito’s hot start, Atlanta United vs. the Philadelphia Union in CCL, and much, much, much more from around the world of MLS. Sponsors! Hein…
 
Taylor and Joe chat about how a number of young American players, based both domestically and abroad, fared this past weekend. Just how good was Cade Cowell against FC Dallas on Saturday? What's up with Reggie Cannon at Boavista? How is Yunus Musah doing with Valencia? We talk about all of those things (and discuss many more Americans) before turni…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham convene for a look back at the weekend that was! - West Ham vs Chelsea: The Blues dealt a crucial blow to David Moyes in the battle for fourth place with their ‘professional’ (read: ‘slightly boring’) style! - Leeds vs Man Utd: It was honors even at Elland Road, where Marcelo Bielsa appears to have adapted his style to face …
 
Amalia went to Los Angeles to work in the arts. But she found a passion for chemistry in Community College and landed an internship to use her new skills. Now Amalia works at the Oak Crest Institute of Science, a biotech lab in Monrovia, CA. The Talking Technicians podcast is produced by MNT-EC, the Micro Nano Technology Education Center, through f…
 
On this episode of Allocation Disorder, Paul and Sam sift through this week's Super League drama, but from an American soccer & Major League Soccer perspective. How similar is MLS's structure to the Super League's proposed structure? And what does all of this Super League talk mean for MLS? Then, after the Super League discussion, it's on to takeaw…
 
The European Super League shook the pillars of the soccer world, so it's only right that we begin with that discussion on Episode 48! The Super League has come and gone, but it's still a good time to break down what it was really all about: money. On both sides. There were no good guys in this dispute, and it's only going to maintain until the adul…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to answer listener questions—but not before sounding off on the latest updates of the demise of the European Super League! Topics include: the most impactful signing of the season, the use of VAR in the Premier League and players whose career was ruined by a huge mistake! Sponsors! SoFi! For facts, analysis, and upd…
 
With the European Super League now appearing to be dead in the water, Adam Snavely joins Taylor to discuss where things stand and how we got to this point. Plus, we try to get to the bottom of some big questions, like why did the owners ever think this would ever go well, what will happen next, how severe will any potential punishments be, what mig…
 
Jeff Rueter of The Athletic is back on the program to discuss some of the biggest moments from the opening weekend of the MLS season. We get into detail on: Inter Miami v LA Galaxy Seattle v Minnesota Montreal v Toronto Chicago v New England LAFC v Austin Plus, the best-run teams in the USL Championship and USL League One, why Week 10 is the most i…
 
Ryan, Taylor and Graham are here to discuss the weekend’s best action—and the story that could redefine the sport: the announcement of the breakaway European Super League. - The European Super League! A fundamental and seismic change to the sport at its highest level might be on the cards, with the announcement of a breakaway league. What does this…
 
Jeanie works at Herman Darrow Lab in Minneapolis. She went to a community college nanotechnology program, and landed a job as a technician at a hi-tech national lab. Now she’s working on a masters degree to further her opportunities and grow her career. The Talking Technicians podcast is produced by MNT-EC, the Micro Nano Technology Education Cente…
 
Hey OneGoal fans, We're back with another episode from our Interview Series. This week we chatted with PUMAS and USYNT winger Sebastian Saucedo fresh off the Olympic camp. Sebastian walks us through some of the difficult moments of the camp and gives us his thoughts on what he believes went wrong. He also notes two players in particular who he beli…
 
The Armchair Analyst himself is on the pod to discuss mezcal cocktails and cat ownership... and also the start of the 2021 MLS season. If you missed the chat with Sam Stejskal earlier in the week, scroll down the feed a bit and you'll find it. In this episode, we get into some of the teams that Sam and I didn't get to, including Toronto, Minnesota,…
 
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