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Sounds of SAND

Science and Nonduality

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Sounds of SAND is a podcast from Science and Nonduality which contemplates and reveres the beauty, complexity, pain, and great mystery that weave the infinite cycles of existence. We explore beyond ultimate truths, binary thinking, and individual awakening while acknowledging humanity as a mere part of the intricate web of life. Episodes tap into SAND’s rich history and collaborative future by presenting talks, dialogs, interviews, readings, music, and recordings from SAND Conferences, event ...
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What makes Silicon Valley the innovation capital of the world? It all starts on Sand Hill Road, considered the mecca of venture capital. Join us for insightful interviews from the heart of Silicon Valley with the VCs, start-ups and innovators behind the trending technologies of tomorrow. Hosted by NBC Bay Area business and technology reporter and host of Press:Here, Scott McGrew.
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Sand & Shores helps tell true stories that have a powerful impact on real lives. We speak to elected officials, organizational leaders, experts, authors, and artists. The best leaders are lifetime learners. Let's hear their stories and follow the lead. #LLEADtheWay #LeadersCommunicate Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/sandandshores/subscribe www.SandAndShores.com To pitch your story, email us at info@sandandshores.com. TWITTER and INSTAGRAM: @tonyamckenziepr
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“Sounds Reasonable To Me” is a weekly podcast that explores the ideas and philosophies associated with living a Reasonable life. With your host, C. J. Sand, you will examine and consider the basic beliefs and guidelines that come from his book “Reasonable: A New Way of Being”. Reasonable is a rational, uplifting and egalitarian alternative to atheism.
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Join the intrepid trio of Josh, Michael and John as we explore the history of film from the silent era through today’s releases, and from Hollywood to the far reaches of world cinema. Through lively discussion and occasional argument, these three old friends will take the listener on a highly opinionated tour of some of the more obscure recesses of film studies. If, as Alfred Hitchcock was fond of saying, film is life with the boring bits left out, then Vintage Sand will be film study with t ...
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With my passion and experience with food, I talk to people about their origin stories. What they ate growing up, their culture, favorite foods, recipes, family traditions, awesome tools, best & worst restaurant experiences in the world and of course; their current projects, advice & businesses. Food connects us all, so let’s learn more about it together.
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Welcome to "Talking to Myself," the podcast where your host, Dave Sands II, takes you on a unique journey through his thoughts, experiences, and passions. Hailing from the breathtaking islands of The Bahamas, Dave is not your average podcast host. He's a devoted Christian with a deep connection to his faith, and he's here to share his perspective on life, spirituality, and everything in between. Whether you're a fellow gamer, movie lover, anime enthusiast, or simply curious about life from a ...
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Volleyball from sport court to the sand court-- from the preps to the pros and beyond. Home of College Volleyball Weekly Indoor/Beach. Episodes drop “most weeks.” Follow the pod on Instagram at @viralvolleymedia!
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Spit! - Surf Podcast

David Lee Scales and Scott Bass

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Surf Talk Podcast. Scott Bass and David Lee Scales discuss all the latest news, gossip, rumor, and innuendo running through the surf industry and their local line-ups. www.SurfSplendorPodcast.com/category/spit/
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Livestock Wala'au

Melelani Oshiro & Shannon Sand

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Welcome to the Livestock Wala’au podcast. Brought to you by University of Hawaii CTAHR and the Livestock Extension Group. The goal of this podcast is to provide educational support, information, guidance and outreach to livestock stakeholders in Hawaii.
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Sand

Maapilim

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Welcome to Sand podcast – an independent podcast sharing stories of busy people slowing down. Join us for conversations with inspirational thought leaders and entrepreneurs who talk about their wellbeing and how they manage to maintain a self-care routine amidst the hectic rhythm of life.
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Explore 'Sands Showbiz' where Music, TV and Radio icons reveal their untold stories and behind-the-scenes secrets. Join Nigel Clarkson every Monday for an exclusive journey into the heart of showbiz. Support Sands Showbiz by becoming a subscriber for just £2.50 a month. By helping us we will give you some of our exclusive subscriber-only interviews and other benefits as we grow. Please click on the link HERE Calling successful artists and actors! Don't forget, if you are a successful artist ...
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Aloha & Welcome to the SOW podcast aimed to provide educational support, information, guidance and outreach to farmers, ranchers, and allied agricultural producers in Hawaii. This podcast is brought to you by the Seeds of Wellbeing or SOW Project at the University of Hawaii College of Tropical Ag. and Human Resources. This podcast is supported by the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network (FRSAN), grant no. 2021-70035-35371, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Fo ...
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Faith, Family, Friends. Proud American who is sick and tired of seeing the country that I love fall apart to wokeism, lies, and corruption. United we succeed divided we fall. It's time to draw the line in the sand and say enough is enough. We can and will be better than what we are now. Plus I talk some sports and entertainment.
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Politicon brings the brilliant team of political and legal masterminds together for Politicon's #SistersInLaw. Joyce Vance, Jill Wine-Banks, Barb McQuade, and Kimberly Atkins Stohr will pull back the curtain on how our government actually works, take on the corrupt, share their wisdom and give us their rulings on the latest in politics, law, and culture.
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From mountaintops to sand dunes, the Carolinas' backroads and byroads hold legends and lore behind every hill and around every curve. From cryptids to cursed earth to people whose passions will surprise you, North and South Carolina are chock full of surprises. Join Charlie and Michael as they discuss them all!
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Whether you live in our state or far from our shores, you’ll know what’s happening in Hawaiʻi with HPR's daily hour of locally focused discussions of public affairs, ideas, culture and the arts. Guests from across the islands and around the world provide perspectives on life in Hawaiʻi — and issues that have not yet reached Hawaiʻi. Hosted by HPR's Catherine Cruz. Have something to say? Send a comment to talkback@hawaiipublicradio.org or call our talkback line at 808-792-8217.
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Listen to get an insight on the personal experiences and advice about expat life, travel, investments, culture, and relationships from two Black Guys living abroad. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blacksandpodcast/support
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Welcome to Provincetown

Rococo Punch + Room Tone

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Venture into Provincetown, Massachusetts, a two-street beach town at the end of a sand spit, and meet the fascinating people who live there. Welcome to Provincetown encapsulates stories of artistry, sensuality, solitude, and serendipity. Listen to the sounds of hopes and dreams being carried through the summer breeze, the feeling of letting go, and the feeling of going all in. This is a place where you can find yourself or lose yourself. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inform ...
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Real history, no woke agendas. God has a plan and a purpose for America. This is the history the Left doesn't want you to know! History based on facts and primary sources, not warped and biased beliefs. History that shows a firm foundation, not sinking sand. History that gives us a future and a hope. Let us learn from our history - both the good and the bad - so that we can make better decisions for today and tomorrow.
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The Retirement Tax Podcast

Steven Jarvis and Benjamin Brandt

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The Retirement Tax Podcast is your place to learn how to sand the rough edges off your 6 or 7 figure income tax bill the IRS expects you to pay over the course of your retirement. Hosts Benjamin Brandt, CFPⓇ , and Steven Jarvis, CPA bring you tax topics you can take action on. Leveraging their combined decades of experience in the financial planning and accounting worlds they share their insights and answer your questions.
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Into the Sand Box

Into the Sand Box

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After dedicating my life to watching Click (2006) once a year for The Click Clique podcast, my life has been in shambles. I needed to go further and explore the universe of Adam Sandler movies (the Sand Box, if you will) to finally understand what an Adam Sandler movie is and more importantly, why they exist. Descend into madness with me where every month I force a new friend to pick a Sandler flick of their choice and together we play in the Sand Box. Links: https://anchor.fm/theclick-cliqu ...
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Faith Summit of the Air

Pastor Adewumi Adebusayo

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Faith Summit of the Air is an online weekly broadcast program of Rev’d Adebusayo Adewumi. Powered by WASMI media and broadcast, a media arm of Word and Spirit Ministry Int’l. Faith Summit of the Air is designed to bring Faith filled Word of God to the people through the online and social media platform sand thereby helping the believer’s faith grow.
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Twenty-two-year-old Elma Sands is found murdered in a Manhattan well on January 2nd, 1800. Her lover, wealthy and well-connected Levi Weeks, is accused of the barbaric offense. Weeks brings in the nation’s best legal defense team – none other than Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr – to clear his name while a pandemic-stricken New York City buzzes with scandal. This six-episode true story unfolds over the unbelievable two-day trial that laid the sexist roots of today’s justice system. Through ...
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Sand is a Frank Herbert enthusiast podcast in which hosts Lance and Molly discuss the Dune series, book-club style. We also spend some time discussing the movies we've watched throughout the previous week for no other reason than we both just love the stuff. To the Dunes!
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FORGOTTEN NEWS PODCAST

Forgotten News Podcast

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Welcome to the Forgotten News podcast. This is your window to hear true stories from long ago. Stories that once made headlines. Stories that people thought would be unforgettable, but soon were lost in the sands of time, or were buried deep in the dustbin of history. In this podcast, we brush off the sand and dust, and share those stories with you, today — as fresh as when they were first told.
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The Sahagin and Limsans have long been at each other's throats, with each perceiving the other as an existential threat. One Sahagin sees in this conflict the death of their people - a slow push off their coastal spawning grounds and a looming extinction without the ability to reproduce. He has no love for Limsa, but he will do what he can to safeg…
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The South Bay Galleria has been dying a slow death for a while now. The community has been hoping and waiting for the South Bay Social District to take shape and bring liveliness and joy back to the once well-patronized mall. Even as excitement builds, there are a mounting number of obstacles that may keep the project from happening. Join us as we …
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Today's guest is the multifaceted Reverend Deborah L. Johnson, or RevD, known for her transformative work as a public speaker, diversity consultant, author, and spiritual guide. Her ability to bring clarity, civility, and humor to challenging situations sets her apart. RevD shares profound insights through Spirit letters, revealing deep spiritual m…
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In this episode we show you how to find oil & gas info using the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission website. As before, we walk step-by-step how to find your minerals or royalties on a map to determine if you should be getting paid on a well. We also show you how to download important documents related to your wells, how to see how much oil …
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#SistersInlaw LIVE: Get tickets now - politicon.com/tour May 2 - Chicago - Athenaeum Center May 9 - Detroit - Royal Oak Music Theatre May 30 - Boston - Shubert Theatre politicon.com/tour Get text updates from #SistersInLaw and Politicon Joyce Vance hosts #SistersInLaw to dig into the legal developments affecting Trump’s cases in New York and Georgi…
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It began six years ago, in the before time, with three film nerds who have been friends for four decades. Through the years, whenever we hung out together, we would inevitably end up talking for hours about film. So, we wondered aloud, why not make it official? Thus was born, in the spring of 2018, Vintage Sand, your film history podcast. One pande…
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As we conclude the regular season for the remaining 5 auto-NCAA berth conferences the coaching panel of Brad Rostratter of UCSD, Dan Friend of Lewis and Theo Edwards of CSUN discuss some of the top matches in final week of the conferences’ play. Will a new number one emerge in the AVCA poll? What did we see in the quarterfinal rounds of the MIVA? W…
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This week's episode is a special one in that Steven is not being joined by a CPA or CFP. Steven's guest this week, Ashley Quamme, is actually a Fractional Financial Behavior Officer (don't worry, they talk about what that is) and specializes in helping financial planning firms go beyond the numbers and understand how their clients think, feel and d…
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In this week’s episode we’re going to take a look at taking the “high road”, and why it has to be so hard in today’s busy world. Has it always been that the “low road”, the critical, the angry, the cruel has always been the path of least resistance? Are we as human being hard-wired to naturally default to laying the blame on others, creating scapeg…
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Vote for #SisterInLaw: Webby Awards People’s Voice #SistersInlaw LIVE: Get tickets now - politicon.com/tour May 2 - Chicago - Athenaeum Center May 9 - Detroit - Royal Oak Music Theatre May 30 - Boston - Shubert Theatre politicon.com/tour Barb McQuade hosts #SistersInLaw to explain what to expect when Trump’s election interference trial begins. The …
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In this episode we aim to address some of the common legal questions raised by the Hawaii agriculture producers we have met. We are grateful to Cat Taschner, co-founder of the nonprofit Business Law Corps in Hawaii. At a recent meeting with the University of Hawaii’s “AgConnect” course, she addressed questions she often hears and agreed to share an…
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Live from El Salvador! David and Scott recap their sessions, their boards, the waves, devise how to shred into their 60s and then discuss Kelly’s remorseful interview with TVC, make Marg’s picks, and celebrate Steph’s first board purchase post-Tour. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
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Week 14 saw a great docket of top 5 teams squaring off, regular season champions in some conferences and in one case a tournament field and seedings set. The CVW crew breaks down what happened in Week 14 and inserts their insights, opinions and in some cases, complaints. In addition, we discuss Jay's 1st-ever Conference/NCAA MVB Tournament Bracket,…
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Rod Clements from Lindisfarne, chats to Nigel Clarkson about the massive 60 gig tour of the UK in 2024, also looks back on the history of the band and much much more. You will never guess how many guitars Rod has got.. wait until you find out! Don't forget to subscribe to Sands Showbiz Podcast and listen to a new podcast every Monday Morning. Suppo…
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It's time to trade our weapons in for frying pans and enter the battlefield of the Bismarck: Limsa Lominsa's #1 restaurant and home to the Culinarian's guild. In this episode we through navigate kitchen drama and cutthroat critics as we rise from an above-average cook to a celebrity chef! You can reach us at: https://discord.gg/SUHTBVMVxj podreturn…
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Join Michael and Charlie as they take a deep dive into a pivotal battle of the Revolutionary War and the restless riding spirit who lingers from it still! Upcoming Live Appearances: Black Mountain Public Library - Michael solo (May 8th - Black Mountain, NC) Carolina Fear Fest - Michael solo (May 24th-26th - Raleigh, NC) ConGregate 10 - Michael solo…
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Vote for #SisterInLaw in the Webby Awards People’s Voice #SistersInlaw LIVE: Get tickets now - politicon.com/tour May 2 - Chicago - Athenaeum Center May 9 - Detroit - Royal Oak Music Theatre May 30 - Boston - Shubert Theatre politicon.com/tour Jill Wine-Banks hosts #SistersInLaw to analyze the effectiveness of Trump’s defense strategies in the RICO…
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Greg Lapin has made a living for the past two decades in Law Enforcement Special Operations and Government special operations, deploying to war zones throughout the world. Greg started his Jiu-Jitsu journey in 2005 when he was a New Orleans Police Officer because he understood what violence was and what skills he needed to have to go home at the en…
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The Navy's Swarm Team explains its approach to wrapping up the Red Hill fuel storage facility closure; we discuss highlights of this weekend's Merrie Monarch Hula Festival; the Jaycees shares its thoughts on the state of youth leaders today; and HIFF details its new young filmmakers festival, ʻŌpio Fest…
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In today's episode the boys wax poetic on the psyche of Gabe Medina and decode his vulnerabilities to make predictions for the midyear cut, temper their celebrations for the San Clemente Cyclone, bid farewell to Kelly, and determine precisely what type of friend foam actually is. Plus Must-See Moments! Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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A recording of excerpts from a SAND Community Gathering hosted by Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo. Trauma has a way of separating us from parts of ourselves. Painful experiences cause protective parts to take over, isolating our inner wounds in an effort to help us survive. Yet, avoiding our emotional injuries rarely leads to true healing. In this conver…
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The Osage Nation forces a company to remove wind farm in Oklahoma, Saudi Aramco CEO keeps it real at CERAWeek, NM looks to raise royalty rates in the Permian. And the Rig Count! Tribal sovereignty trumps wind in Oklahoma - POLITICO Big Oil Sets the Agenda on CERAWeek’s Opening Day - Bloomberg New Mexico halts some oil-field lease sales in standoff …
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In a key Safety Shorts episode, Aaron Witt, CEO of Build Witt, shares crucial safety insights from his early construction days. Starting at 18 with no prior experience, Witt learned the hard way that following experienced workers without question doesn't guarantee safety. His narrative highlights the danger of neglecting safety protocols, especiall…
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With Week 6 in the books and a handful of top 20 teams idle the student-athletes drive the discussion-- which essentially ended up being a "Death Volley Invitational" summary/recap episode and chatting about how the top teams are getting it done. With that, we discuss some of the key performers during the week, athletes with milestone achievements-…
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A UH astronomy professor details her work to prepare to study the upcoming solar eclipse; the need for furniture grows as Maui fire survivors move into longer-term housing; a Big Island author talks about using his work experience on Maunakea in his new novel set on the mountain; and a UH Hilo biology professor reflects on being featured in a popul…
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