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News, How-To's and interviews from the heart of the Hong Kong literary scene. For almost 25 years, the Hong Kong Writers Circle (HKWC) has been a stalwart of Hong Kong’s literary scene, creating an environment in which writers develop their skills and hone their craft, while increasing their knowledge of the publishing industry with the support of their peers. Our members come from all corners of the globe and range from published professionals to the aspiring amateur. Get inspired, get invo ...
Listen in to the weekly teaching and preaching at Saline Community Church, a Christian and Missionary Church located in Saline, Michigan, just southwest of Ann Arbor.
Under volume 57, the McGill Law Journal became the first Canadian legal journal to launch a significant podcast series. The goal was to increase the Journal’s online presence by providing a forum in which to discuss important legal questions, while connecting with our audience in a deeper way. Please email if you have any questions or suggestions regarding our Podcast series. Subscribe on iTunes here:
The Ideablawg podcast on the Criminal Code of Canada.
Connecticut's premier high school sports website from the staffs at the Hearst CT Media Group.
Sharing our mountain bike racing experiences and meeting awesome people in our community. Follow us @sandstonecycles. Thanks for listening!!
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Hosted by Erin O’Toole, Conservative Member of Parliament and former Minister of Veterans Affairs, Blue Skies is a podcast about Canadian conservatism. Episodes showcase both the ideas and personalities driving this movement and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Hard Lens Media Radio is a weekly radio show, offering a wrap-up of news from around Chicago, Illinois, the United States, and the world, broadcasting live from Que4 Radio (1680 AM). We also feature book reviews and spots on local events, neighborhood businesses, and cultural experiences.
California employment law literally changes every week. Keep up with the latest news and updates as they get cascaded down by the Superior Court of California and what these new laws could mean for you.
The Senior Reports
Shanghai Comedy Corner is a fun platform to promote amazing artists bringing live entertainment to China & Shanghai. Created by Julien B., long-term French comedian in China. [Wechat (微信): SHCCPodcast]有趣的艺术交流平台,为中国传递杰出艺术家的实况文艺节目,由中国通法国人Julien创始
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LibriVox volunteers bring you 6 recordings of The Austra--laise by C.J.Dennis. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for January 13, 2013.THE AUSTRALAISE is a poem composed by C.J. Dennis, widely considered to the poet laureate of vernacular verse in Australia. It first appeared in his collection, Backblock Ballads and Other Verses, the first edition of which was published in 1913. A source from which Dennis drew inspiration was W.T. Goodge's poem The Great Australian Adjective, which firs ...
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Another move being caused by the partial shutdown of the federal government is the early delivery of SNAP benefits – formerly known as food stamps. Recipients of SNAP will be getting their February monthly benefits earlier than normal because of the shutdown. That has Western North Carolina’s major food bank worried.…
Rundown1 - Week Recap7:39 - Darien coach Mac Budd Interview 22 - Look ahead
One impact of the partial federal government shutdown has been the lack of federal grant dollars going to nonprofits around the country. Here’s a look at one in our region - a domestic violence shelter in Franklin. REACH of Macon and Jackson Country had just been approved for three months of reimbursements from the federal government the day be ...…
In 2018, the nonprofit Asheville Greenworks kept more than 161,000 pounds of hard to recycle materials out of the landfills in Western North Carolina. During free events held throughout the year in Buncombe County, volunteers collected everything from televisions to empty toothpaste tubes. The organization is kicking off it's first Hard 2 Recyc ...…
The partial shutdown of the federal government includes the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. Among the agency’s many jobs is approving labels for beer that is bottled and canned. Delays in that process will force brewers to hold back on new releases. Making and drinking beer is big business in Asheville and Western North Carolina. Disr ...…
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Windsor's 30-year coach Ken Smith discusses his 2018-19 team and gives his take on the state of the state in high school basketball.
Rundown1 - Recap and look ahead17:15 - Interview with Trumbull coach Steve Tobitsch
Buncombe County’s living wage is now nearly double the minimum wage. That’s according to one local group that makes such calculations, which reports some familiar reasons are creating that gap.By (Matt Bush).
Rundown1 – Remembering Nick Mayer3:30 – Dressing three or more goalies, why?12:30 – Hamden's Todd Hall interview 34:40 – Look ahead to this weekend
A few weeks ago, we introduced you to biologist Rebecca Helm who moved to Asheville to study jellyfish. While working on the piece, BPR’s Helen Chickering connected with another marine pioneer - who brought sharks and marine science to Hendersonville.By (Helen Chickering).
Hard Lens Media interviews John “Kyle” Johnson, the young teen who was attacked by Matthew Fezzey who was a manager at POKE POKÉ on South Wabash (A recent update Matthew Fezzey has now been fired). This attack took place on January 2nd 2019. Joining John “Kyle” Johnson for this audio podcast is activist Ja’Mal Green, & attorney Anish Parikh. Th ...…
Weaver boys basketball coach Reggie Hatchett talks about his 2018-19 team and the difficulties running a program without a homecourt or school.
Rundown:1 - We love out of conference game9: 35 - Best teams in the state so far22:27 - Fine performers of the week and games to go out and see
The partial shutdown of the federal government is in to its third week. BPR headed out past the Great Smoky Mountain National Park on the edge of Macon Country to see what effects, if any, the shutdown is having on the area. Standing Indian Campground is in the Nantahala National Forest. The campground is always closed this time of year but peo ...…
Former Buncombe County manager Wanda Greene plead guilty last week to charges leveled against her in three separate indictments that were handed down last year. Her plea mean all four former county employees who were charged by federal prosecutors last year have plead guilty - Greene, her son Michael, and former assistant county managers Jon Cr ...…
Interview with Linda Hudson 8th ward candidate Chicago, Il. Took place at the Illinois for All, with South Side Aldermanic Candidates Meet & Greet with Nina Turner at the Mt. Hope M.B. Church.To learn more about Hard Lens Media click this link. us on Patreon…
Interview with Gabriel Piemonte 5th Ward candidate, Chicago, IL. Took place at the Illinois for All, with South Side Aldermanic Candidates Meet & Greet with Nina Turner at the Mt. Hope M.B. Church.To learn more about Hard Lens Media click this link. us on Patreon…
Interview with Cleopatra Watson candidate for the 9th Ward Chicago. Took place at the Illinois for All, with South Side Aldermanic Candidates Meet & Greet with Nina Turner at the Mt. Hope M.B. Church. To learn more about Hard Lens Media click this link. us on Patreon…
Hard Lens Media interviews Our Revolution President Nina Turner at the event: Illinois for All, with South Side Aldermanic Candidates Meet & Greet with Nina Turner at the Mt. Hope M.B. Church. Nina Turner talks about the need for progressive change in the political system and supporting the new Chicago aldermanic candidates that are challenging ...…
Hard Lens Media special coverage of Illinois for All, with South Side Aldermanic Candidates Meet & Greet with Nina Turner. At Mt. Hope M.B. Church with special guest Our Revolution President Nina Turner. 01-05-2019 #ninaturner #chicago #illinoisforallTo learn more about Hard Lens Media click this link. us o ...…
Joe talks ECC boys basketball with The Sports Doctor, Keith O'Brien, of GameDay Connecticut at The Day of New London.
Rundown:1 - Week recap17:30 - Greenwich coach Chris Rurak and captain Matt Davey interview30:11 - Look ahead to the weekend
Sean and Pete pull back the curtain to discuss the selection process of the 87th New Haven Register All-State football teams.Rundown1 - First Team Offense30:10 - First Team Defense1:02 - Second/Third and Honorable Mentions
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1 - NFI forced to leave Christmas tournament early because of game limit/Christmas tournament recap10 - How good is Lyman Hall?15 - Prep is back!/Ridgefield continues its tear through the state
Joe and Sean talk with Ludlowe coach John Dailey, whose team is off to a 1-1 start after stunning FCIAC favorite Danbury 41-39 on Wednesday, Dec. 19.
Rundown0:00 – Wild Wednesday17:59 – D2, D3 talk23:00 – Up next
Tourists flock Western North Carolina for the mountain views, hiking trails and attractions like the Biltmore House. Sea life is not on the list, but that could change. BPR’s Helen Chickering has the story of an unexpected find in the Western North Carolina waters that prompted a marine biologist to move to the mountains.…
Harvesting Christmas trees is a physically demanding job -- chopping and hauling pines that can weigh as much as 200 pounds. But for migrant workers who come to North Carolina for the annual tree harvest, the strain is often an emotional one. That’s the finding of a nonprofit based in Cullowhee, called Vecinos, which provides healthcare service ...…
Rundown:1 - Intro, Top 10 talk18:45 - Windsor/Bulkeley convo28:30 - Up next
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