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Akihabara Renditions

Akihabara Renditions: anime, manga, fandom, fan culture

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Japanese Animation of the Bubble Economy. We talk about anime, manga and fan culture, focusing on anime and manga from the 1970s through the 1990s. Check us out at akibaren.net or email us at akibaren@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter @AkibaRenditions or on facebook/AkibaRenditions!
 
We're Drew and Richard and we like cartoons and comics! Akihabara Renditions is the podcast dedicated to anime, manga and fan culture during Japan's Bubble Economy from the 1970s to 1990s. We're here to provide reviews, analysis and insight into anime and manga in North America and Japan. We also write for our blog at akibaren.net!
 
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Welcome to Inspirational Journeys, stories that matter ! Listen as authors, creative artists, and entrepreneurs share the story behind their creative process and their work. Come along as I share writing tips and encouragement, give reviews of books I absolutely love, occasionally read one of my original poems, and share inspirational nuggets from my own writing journey, led by the Holy Spirit. Grab a cup of whatever beverage suits your fancy, sit back, relax and enjoy the show. email me at ...
 
The Poet and I enjoyed our last collaboration so much that we decided to do more of them, and this time a series, each volume of which is devoted to the most beautiful, and extraordinary of music covers - a truly blissful selection of renditions that we have heard and just loved.
 
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We have a Girl Crush, and this season it's Reese Witherspoon! Follow along with us as we review all 41 Reese Witherspoon movies. We rate each movie on 5 categories, leading to a total score out of 37 points. Tune in to see where each movie falls in the rankings. Girl Crush is the ultimate celebration of women in film. Check out season 1 to find out how we ranked every Jennifer Aniston movie and season 2 for every Sandra Bullock movie!
 
Star Trek fan Jacob Hall has never seen Doctor Who. Doctor Who fan Hoai-Tran Bui has never seen Star Trek. Now, these two friends and fellow pop culture enthusiasts are on a new continuing mission: to watch, understand, and hopefully enjoy the biggest science fiction franchise they have never seen...and talk about it with someone who has.
 
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Welcome to Season 3 of CDS PARADIGM podcast hosted by Bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan. A Podcast verve consisting of New Music Artists of various genres, Spoken Word, Interviews, Messaging, and Commentary based on Current News, Community, Human Interest, and more. On CDS PARADIGM there are some Amazing and Thought Provoking subjects and topics intertwined within an Ebullient format. A place where all can learn from each other, share ideas, and information that will make our world community ...
 
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On November 9, Bobby Bostic walked out of the Algoa Correctional Center in Jefferson City. Outside the gates, he embraced retired judge Evelyn Baker, who in 1997 sentenced Bostic to an astonishing prison term: 241 years. Without a chance for parole, the sentence effectively doomed Bostic to death behind bars. But that’s not what happened. After his…
 
Seventeen years after killing a Kirkwood Police officer, Kevin Johnson has been given a date with the executioner. He’s scheduled to die by lethal injection Nov. 29. Now he’s making what’s likely his final plea to avoid execution. The special prosecutor on his case now wants the Missouri Supreme Court to put a halt to his death sentence. Analyzing …
 
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A Missouri woman who was denied an abortion prompted an unprecedented federal investigation into whether a hospital violated the law by failing to provide her medical care. Farmer’s story was first told by reporter Susan Szuch of Springfield News-Leader, who discusses the case alongside attorney Michelle Banker, the director of reproductive rights …
 
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