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The official podcast of University of Pennsylvania Career Services. Every Monday during the school year, your hosts A. Mylène Kerschner and J. Michael DeAngelis discuss a different topic from the world of career services.
 
The Happy Valley Hustle podcast tells the stories of those who run their own businesses, launch side-hustles and make the digital age work for them. It’s a celebration of challenging the old ways of doing things and sharing insights gained from success and failure. It's available the first and third Wednesday of each month on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher and Spotify.
 
From the producers of What's With Washington, 51st is a series about Washingtonians’ fight for representation. D.C.'s 700,000 residents don't get to elect a voting representative to Congress, and the federal government can block their laws. 51st will trace how racism, party politics, and even an attempted mutiny in Pennsylvania have stood in the way of the city’s path to full representation. We’ll also try to figure out if D.C. has a real shot at achieving statehood today. Could D.C. ever be ...
 
The Keystone Horror Podcast is dedicated to telling original stories of strange and unusual events, not gore heavy descriptions or content written just to gross you out. Each story is a standalone experience that does not require you to listen to previous or future episodes. Every episode is based in Pennsylvania, pulling from local legends, historical events, and personal experience.
 
The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.
 
Real conversations. No-nonsense talk from everyday people with disabilities living their most independent lives everyday lives. Tune in for the latest news surrounding disability, accessibility, and independence, where conversations aren't dissed and stories that need to be told aren't missed. Subscribe to this podcast to stay in the know. Disability Talks: Don't Dis my Ability is hosted by Shelly Houser. Abilities in Motion is a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping ...
 
My name is John David Booter. I am not a podcaster. In fact, I've never made a podcast. I am an award winning documentary filmmaker from Davistown, Pennsylvania who has never made a film. Done Disappeared is an investigative podcast made entirely by me, John David Booter and hosted by me, John David Booter. Follow us on twitter @DoneDisappeared or find us on Facebook- facebook.com/donedisappeared. Perhaps you'll support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/donedisappeared Send inquiries an ...
 
Too often, marketers silo their approaches to be either digital or traditional. However, the worlds of marketing and advertising rarely operate in such a black and white fashion. This podcast will expose you to a mix of new ideas from the frontiers of digital marketing, as well as fresh takes on tried and true, traditional techniques. By integrating these two mindsets, you can truly conquer your business goals. Integrate & Conquer is a production of MoJo Active, a full-service marketing agen ...
 
PHL Diversity (formerly known as the Multicultural Affairs Congress), a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) presents brief insights, views and opinions from tourism and hospitality leaders, meeting/convention professionals and academics regarding hospitality, tourism and diversity topics. Podcasts are brought to you with support from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and A Step Higher production company. For more on PHL Diversity, visit PHLDiversity.com.
 
Practicing Human is a daily podcast, hosted by Cory Muscara, offering insights and practices into how to live a fulfilling life. Cory pulls on his time living as a Buddhist monk in Burma, his many years as a mindfulness and meditation teacher, and his work in Positive Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania.
 
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania is a series of essays written by the Pennsylvania lawyer and legislator John Dickinson (1732–1808) and published under the name "A Farmer" from 1767 to 1768. The twelve letters were widely read and reprinted throughout the thirteen colonies and were important in uniting the colonists against the Townshend Acts. (Wikipedia)
 
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Dr. Nowalk joined the podcast to give us an update on Down syndrome and COVID. We discuss 2 recently published articles that have gotten a lot of press recently. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41436-020-01004-w https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M20-4986
 
Hopewell Chin'ono is a Zimbabwean journalist who was jailed earlier this year for reporting on corruption in Zimbabwe. Out on bail now, he speaks to us about his experience. And, three voters in northeast Pennsylvania react to Thursday night's debate and share their thoughts on the candidates, issues and the election thus far.…
 
SuperMonkey joins Bill for episode 538 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. SuperMonkey is a recording artist, guitarist, singer, producer, recording studio, and record label owner from Pittsburgh, PA. SuperMonkey was established in 2002. After releasing 7 albums & EP’s with a variety acts and line ups SuperMonkey is currently touring as a stripped down …
 
Included in this episode:1. Supreme Court Allows Extra Time For Pennsylvania’s Mail-In Ballots 2. 6 Russian Military Officers Charged in Vast Hacking Campaign 3. What's Your Risk Tolerance for COVID-19? 4. The Tweet About Joe Biden and Mr. Rogers Has a Long History 5. Supreme Court to Review Trump Administration’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy 6. Presi…
 
Find Trevor Ring and Community Cultures at https://communitycultures.com and https://instagram.com/communitycultures. We find new ways to bridge emergent strength every day on this Intuitive Public Radio and today our conversation leads us back (most nourishingly) to living microbial foods. https://Intuitive.pub/radio/Pittsburgh https://Intuitive.p…
 
This episode contains strong language. Over the summer, Dave Mitchko started a makeshift pro-Trump sign operation from his garage. By his estimate he has handed out around 26,000 signs, put together with the help of his family. Mr. Mitchko might seem like the kind of voter Joseph R. Biden Jr. wants to peel away from the Republicans in November. He …
 
We talk with filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi about her new documentary, "American Selfie: One Nation Shoots Itself," and the divisions she witnessed when filming people across the country. Also, voters in California are deciding on several high-stakes ballot measures this election — from criminal justice reform to how to classify gig workers. We round u…
 
From global health crises to climate change, today's students and future generations will face a cascade of unprecedented challenges and threats, requiring new modes of thinking and problem-solving. In a new article in Phi Delta Kappan Magazine, renowned psychologist and Cornell University professor Robert Sternberg questions our traditional approa…
 
Included in this episode:1. France Suspects Terrorism After Knife Attack Kills 2 in City of Nice 2. Supreme Court Delivers Two Major Voting Victories to Democrats. But the Battle May Not Be Over 3. In the Fight for Pennsylvania, Donald Trump Comes Up Short on Empathy and Resources 4. The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Been Tough on Shopping Malls. History S…
 
This episode contains strong language. With an election in which uncertainty may abound, concerns are swirling around the possibility of political violence. Experts and officials — including those charged with the security of polling stations and ballot counting facilities — have been taking extra precautions. Americans across the political spectru…
 
Thousands of voters in one Pennsylvania county still haven’t received their mail-in ballots. Police say they will release 911 tapes and body camera footage related to the shooting of Walter Wallace, Jr. Pittsburgh’s public schools will remain largely virtual through the rest of the year. University of Pennsylvania awarded $5.4 million to research t…
 
As long lines to vote form, Americans with disabilities face unique barriers to casting their ballots. Sabrina Epstein, whose disability prevents her from standing in line to vote, talks about her challenges and about what government can do to improve accessibility. Also, we speak with chef and restaurateur Thomas Keller about his new book and how …
 
Polls show Joe Biden ahead in Arizona, and if he wins, it would be the first time the state turned blue since the 1990s. We speak with a director of a grassroots group that has been working to register Democrats to vote. And, the Senate Commerce Committee is asking Google, Facebook and Twitter tough questions on Tuesday. Both Democrats and Republic…
 
Included in this episode:1. Europe’s Second Wave of COVID-19 is Being Driven by Two Countries. Here’s Why 2. What the U.S. Can Learn From How Other Countries Voted During the Pandemic 3. ‘It’s Going to Require Every Young Person.’ March for Our Lives Activists Urge Young Americans to Vote 4. Storm Zeta Re-Strengthens to Hurricane as It Barrels Towa…
 
Protests continue over death of a Philadelphia man at the hands of police. Pennsylvania man arrested over 51-year-old California cold case. Pennsylvania reports its highest number of new COVID-19 cases. Reality star Kate Gosselin puts the “Kate Plus 8” house on the market. Subscribe to PennLive.com by going to pennlive.com/digitalsubscription/inlin…
 
Welcome to this edition of Community Matters podcast, where we discuss issues important to managing and governing condos, cooperatives and homeowner associations. With this episode, we’re expanding our podcast beyond the issues of managing and governing community associations. This new mini-series of episodes focuses on our business partner members…
 
Glynn Washington, host of WNYC's "Spooked" podcast, joins us to talk about his real-life paranormal experience as well as other stories that appear on the show. Also, Sean Morales-Doyle, deputy director of the Brennan Center, explains why some states require police at polling stations. While police presence makes some voters feel safer, others say …
 
It's been nearly 100 years since the Tulsa massacres — where as many as 300 Black Tulsa residents were killed. Now, an archaeological dig at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Tusla has unearthed a dozen victims' coffins. Brenda Alford, whose grandparents were survivors of the massacre, joins us. And, COVID-19 cases are surging in Wisconsin. We talk to an eme…
 
On this special episode of the Highlands Happenings podcast, we take you inside the newest craft brewery in the Laurel Highlands, Allusion Brewing Company, located in Vandergrift, PA. Owner Robert Buchanan discusses how he started as a homebrewer, a legendary tasting event in 2017, and everything that goes into getting the perfect beer name by matc…
 
Included in this episode:1. Without Florida, There’s Almost No Path for Donald Trump to Stay in the White House 2. Senate Confirms Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court Just Over a Week Before Election Day 3. The Supreme Court’s Alabama Ruling Could Disenfranchise Thousands of High Risk Voters 4. U.S. Christian Right Funding Conservative Agenda in…
 
Liam Neeson is back! Also a wonderful courtroom drama from Netflix. Tune in, check it out! Intro, Liam Neeson is awesome, Nintendo and Sony, Roger and Chris slam Grayson a few times. 0:04:10 - Box-office, upcoming releases 0:14:10 - Trailers - The Christmas Chronicles 2 and Wander 0:21:00 - The Trial of the Chicago 7, Dir. Aaron Sorkin 0:48:20 - Ho…
 
A 27-year-old man is killed by police in Philadelphia. Meanwhile, police are looking for a mysterious hunter who was spotted near the scene of a shooting in Bucks County. A growing number of those diagnosed with COVID-19 aren’t cooperating with contact tracers. One of the hardest corn mazes in the country is in Pennsylvania. Subscribe to PennLive.c…
 
What does Washington, D.C.'s future hold? We take a trip to 2030 to find out. Plus, Kojo Nnamdi and Tom Sherwood explore why D.C. statehood is so personal for local journalists like them. This is the sixth and final episode of 51st, from WAMU's What's With Washington. To support the show, visit wamu.org/supportwhatswith.…
 
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