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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life -the words you speak, the ideas you share- can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We’ll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we’ll show you how our history affected them, their families and affects you today. Hosted by Lindsay Graham (not the Senator). From Wondery, the network behind Tides Of History, Fall Of Rome and ...
 
The 18th Amendment, which made it illegal to manufacture, sell, or transport alcohol, went into effect on January 17th, 1920. This led to 13 years of organized crime, corruption, and much bloodshed across the land, as well as what we now refer to as the Roaring ‘20’s. Due to the fortunate failed attempt at prohibition, there was an explosion of Americans developing their own recipes for beer and liquor. We want to praise those early companies that made it through the era and cheer those who ...
 
Your spiritual multivitamin, consisting of a short commentary on a compendium of Shi'a hadith exploring a wide variety of topics. Ideal for busy people, those looking for something to reflect on, or people that just want to find out more about Islamic teachings from the School of the Family of the Prophet (saw). Brought to you by the Batool (as) Foundation.
 
Henry Ford profiles the events that shaped his personal philosophy, and the challenges he overcame on the road to founding the Ford Motor Company. Throughout his memoir, he stresses the importance of tangible service and physical production over relative value as judged by profits and money. He measures the worth of a business or government by the service it provides to all, not the profits in dollars it accumulates. He also makes the point that only service can provide for human needs, as o ...
 
Named “TOP 15 PODCAST” for 2020! Lively podcast conversation about the philosophy and ethics of decisions made in what-if short story examples across genres. Or, put another way, approachable examples of ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, utilitarianism, aesthetics, moral relativism, and political and economic philosophy.
 
The Public Morals After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of TNT's Public Morals.Show Summary: In 1960s New York laws prohibit all kinds of immoral behavior, yet corruption reigns, and gambling and prostitution are as old as the city itself. Indeed, even cops in the Public Morals Division often look the other way when investigating vice crimes, themselves tempted by similar sins. Not Officer Terry Muldoon, who is determined to protect his own Hell's Kitchen neighborhood that's bein ...
 
Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! www.ohiomysteries.com www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio MUSIC: NEW HORIZON-ADERIN MUSIC: THE GREAT UNKNOWN- AUDIONAUTIX
 
Over 100 years ago, my great grandfather, Roy E. Lane made his mark on Waco by designing the ALICO Building, Hippodrome, and other well-known landmarks. With the help of my co-host, Dr. Stephen Sloan of Baylor’s Institute for Oral History, I’m learning about Waco’s known and unknown past. I’m Randy Lane, and this is the Waco History Podcast. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/waco-history-podcast/support
 
A teenager in Prohibition Chicago, haunted by disasters, breaks all his childhood vows of clean living and becomes a minor hoodlum. When he tries to recapture his dreams with a feisty former classmate, she says first quit the mob. He discovers that one doesn't just quit the mob and live to tell about it; he must find another way out.
 
A fortunate son and failed lawyer turned failed banker turned struggling stockbroker inexplicably marries well, crosses paths with Al Capone and determines, as his crowning achievement, to reform Capone and introduce him into polite society, of which he is its most marginal member. This mission, which Capone endorses while systematically murdering his competitors, and then his allies, poses one question. Is Capone ready for reform?
 
A Safe Place for Christians to Ask Unsafe Questions - We are for the spiritual nomads, the outcasts, and the ones who desire to ask the hard questions. A shelter in the desert, a safe place to share our thoughts, our hopes, and our dreams. We are pursuing the Truth and we don’t care about the consequences. We invite you to come and sit at our table and be a part of our tribe. We are brave. we are bold. We are, The Reckless Pursuit.
 
On Parsing Science researchers share the unpublished stories behind their recent research and share the background that led to their scientific discoveries. In the show we explore what doesn’t makes it into scientific journals — taking listeners behind the scenes of world’s most compelling science.
 
Chris Tunstall, (seasoned Mixologist, Bartender, and drink creator) and his wife Julia (experienced cocktail consumer) pair up in this podcast to help you understand the tips, tricks & techniques needed to create great drinks. This podcast is for experienced professionals and folks new to the cocktail scene, and will teach you all about cocktails. From the ingredients in the drinks to the bottles behind the bar and interviews with industry professionals, this podcast will help you make great ...
 
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DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look at Alabama coach Nick Saban's complaints about the rule that would prevent him from coaching remotely Saturday, and the possibility Saban will still be involved in the game despite testing postive for the coronavirus.10-minute mark: A look at how UGA safety…
 
Should those from COVID-19 hotspots just stay in their hometown to get their drivers tests done? The Mayor of Sarnia would like to see the province temporarily prohibit those from out of town coming to get a driver’s test. Guest: Mike Bradley, Mayor of Sarnia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The full team is back again, ready to talk about the stir crazy times that got us through September. We're one more month through 2020 and September laid the foundation for what to expect in November, but the news isn't done pouring in yet. Not to be outdone by Sony, Microsoft lands a big exclusive acquisition for their gaming platforms. What impli…
 
How could a freedom-loving country agree to a nationwide ban on alcohol? Historians say if you want to blame Prohibition on someone, look no further than Ohio's Wayne Wheeler. Who's Wayne Wheeler? www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Music: Lost S…
 
A new distillery will soon begin making whiskey, vodka and gin on Chehalis tribal land in southwest Washington state. It's the first legal, Native-owned distillery to open on tribal land in the nation. The Chehalis Tribe's effort to diversify its economy by joining the craft spirits boom had to first overcome a nearly two century old prohibition on…
 
After having collected hundreds of thousands of signatures in order to appear on the November ballot, the campaign to bring medical cannabis to the state of Nebraska was abruptly ended when the state’s Supreme Court struck down the ballot initiative’s eligibility to appear. Scott is joined by John Cartier and State Senator Anna Wishart to discuss t…
 
Guest host David Sedaris presents three stories about love and constraints. Jamaica Kincaid’s “Girl” conjures up a tough but loving mother in a humorous laundry list of dos and don’ts. She’s brought to life by Hattie Winston. George Saunders’ story title says it all: “Lars Farf, Excessively Fearful Husband and Father” takes protectiveness to hilari…
 
“If such money is utilized by unqualified spiritual masters to live comfortably in costly temples without actually doing any preaching work, this is not acceptable. In other words, a spiritual master needn't be very enthusiastic for constructing temple buildings simply in the name of so-called spiritual advancement. Rather, his first and foremost a…
 
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look at why the upcoming CFP debate will probably irritate a lot of UGA fans.10-minute mark: Reaction to three-star DB Kamari Lassiter's commitment.15-minute mark: DawgNation recruiting insider Jeff Sentell joins the show.35-minute mark: I preview the upcoming c…
 
This month marks 100 years of mysteries by Agatha Christie. Back in 1920, her first novel which featured detective Hercule Poirot was released. How has Agatha Christie and her work influenced pop culture? Guest: Meghan Tinmouth, a Collections Librarian at the Hamilton Public Library. She is one of HPL's Which Book Next Experts specializing in Myste…
 
An injunction was placed against a First Nations land reclamation camp which resulted in a skirmish between police and the group’s members. Guest: Aaron Detler. Lawyer, Specializes in First Nations Law - Last night’s debate was a much cooler and tempered affair than the first debate between US President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Bid…
 
Guest host David Sedaris presents three stories about recollection and redemption. In “Sibyl,” by Carys Davies, read by Jane Kaczmarek, two lonely vacationers are brought together. Andre Braugher performs an excerpt from Toni Morrison’s master work, Beloved. And a daughter returns home to help her aging father in an excerpt from Rachel Khong’s bitt…
 
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look at how swirling questions around Auburn coach Gus Malzahn could help UGA win recruiting battles.10-minute mark: I share a comment from UGA coach Kirby Smart that might be his most enlightening statement thus far on QB JT Daniels.15-minute mark: Former UGA W…
 
New rules have been put in place in London, ON to try and curb any future spread of COVID-19. These new rules hit spas, salons, bars and fitness centres and will take place this weekend. Guest: Dr. Christopher Mackie, Medical Officer of Health, Middlesex-London Health Unit - With new rules coming out this weekend for the London area, some businesse…
 
There will be no federal election: the NDP decided to stand with the Liberals against an anti-corruption committee motion from the Conservatives, preventing a potential election. What did we learn from yesterday? Guest: John Ivison, Columnist, National Post - Tonight will be the second and final debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. With some …
 
A second class action lawsuit has been launched by Samfiru Tumarkin LLP against the Old Republic Insurance Company of Canada on behalf of families that had paid for school trips but they were cancelled by the pandemic and never received reimbursement. Guest: Sivan Tumarkin, insurance lawyer and co-founding partner at Samfiru Tumarkin LLP See omnyst…
 
In August of 2011, Katelyn Markham vanished from her home in Fairfield, Ohio. The Art Institute of Cincinnati student was two days from her 22nd birthday and three weeks from graduating when she failed to respond to texts and phone calls from her fiance. It took nearly two years to find her remains in an Indiana dumping ground. www.ohiomysteries.co…
 
“Foods in the mode of goodness increase the duration of life, purify one's existence and give strength, health, happiness and satisfaction. Such nourishing foods are sweet, juicy, fattening and palatable. Foods that are too bitter, too sour, salty, pungent, dry and hot, are liked by people in the modes of passion. Such foods cause pain, distress, a…
 
There has been a lot of election talk in the last 24 hours, from Trump walking out of a 60 minutes interview, whether he’s got a bank account in China, how his campaign has spent $1B on the election so far, and the campaign reaction to the debate tomorrow. To tap on all this, Reggie Cecchini joins Bill. Guest: Reggie Cecchini, Washington Producer a…
 
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look at what UGA coach Kirby Smart said about JT Daniels Tuesday.10-minute mark: More on what Smart said about current starter Stetson Bennett.15-minute mark: DawgNation's Mike Griffith joins the show.35-minute mark: I take a look at other SEC headlines includin…
 
Today in Queen’s Park, the leader of the Green Party of Ontario is going to be debating his private member’s bill that would revoke the ability of employers to require sick notes for short term, minor illnesses. There has been support from labour groups and business/health associations for this piece of legislation. Guest: Mike Schreiner, leader of…
 
Out of those who were infected with COVID-19 in Ontario, only 5% reported their diagnosis into the COVID-19 alert app. How can we get people using this app more? Guest: David Soberman, P.Eng, Professor & Canadian National Chair in Strategic Marketing, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informa…
 
Anti Corruption Motion: A dispute over the anti-corruption committee motion brought forward by the Conservatives could see a federal election happen amidst the second wave of COVID-19. When is this supposed to go down? Guest: David Akin, Chief Political Correspondent, Global News - Is there a need for an anti-corruption committee? Should the Trudea…
 
After the War of Independence, the new American government created the Supreme Court to be have the final word on disputes that the states couldn’t settle. But at first, the Court was anything but Supreme. For nearly a decade, Congress and the President held the real power. In practice the Supreme Court was weak, ineffectual and disorganized – a po…
 
In the 1920s and 1930s, Ed Gein grows up on a Wisconsin farm with a domineering mother and an alcoholic father. He’s bullied by other kids and sinks deeper into a dark mindset. In Austin, Texas in the late 1960s and early 1970s, a film student named Tobe Hooper thinks of an idea for a low-budget horror film. It sets him on a journey that becomes th…
 
If you've been ordering more packages online during the pandemic, you may be part of why Hamilton's international airport has seen a significant uptick in cargo traffic this year. Cargo activity is up 20 per cent as of last month compared to the same time in 2019, according to the John C. Munro International Airport's director of business developme…
 
“As the director of different kinds of clouds, Indra called for the samvartaka. This cloud is invited when there is a need to devastate the whole cosmic manifestation. The samvartaka was ordered by Indra to go over Vrindavana and inundate the whole area with an extensive flood. Demonically, Indra thought himself to be the all-powerful supreme perso…
 
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: A look at an ESPN writer's assessment of Stetson Bennett.10-minute mark: An explanation of why UGA's off week possibly comes at a good time.15-minute mark: DawgNation's Connor Riley joins the show.35-minute mark: I preview the top games for the upcoming weekend.4…
 
Should Halloween be cancelled? While the Premier wants to see the holiday celebrated safely and through public health guidelines, what does the city of Hamilton want to see? Guest: Paul Johnson, Director of Emergency Centre, City of Hamilton - Is there another confidence vote looming in the House of Commons over the WE Charity scandal? ALSO: An eme…
 
Leading up to the November smorgasbord, we've all got completely different ways of grinding through October. Sega is helping, celebrating their 60th anniversary with some unique freebies. More things are leaving early access, how much has that extra time in the oven helped? Also, do you like movies? Do you like movies about video games? We've got M…
 
Washington’s race for governor is a lopsided, yet surprisingly fiery contest this year. It pits incumbent Democrat Jay Inslee against Republican Loren Culp , a first-time candidate. Inslee is seeking a rare third term while Culp is trying to pull off the upset of the century.By Austin Jenkins
 
“Then I, resembling a cloud and having molten-golden earrings, made my way into Vishvamitra’s ashrama, for I was very proud of my strength due to the boon given to me by Lord Brahma. As soon as I entered, Rama quickly noticed me and raised His weapon. Though He saw me, Rama strung His bow without any fear.” (Maricha speaking to Ravana, Valmiki Rama…
 
DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fansBeginning of the show: A look a what went wrong vs. Alabama.10-minute mark: A discussion of what to make of UGA QB Stetson Bennett's performance vs. the Crimson Tide.15-minute mark: Former UGA All-American Jon Stinchcomb joins the show.35-minute mark: I look back at other key moments fr…
 
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