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In a world where a camera is always within reach and creative options are abundant, “Your Way” is the memory-keeping approach that fills you up and fits your life right now. This free, scrapbooking-focused show celebrates the breadth of ways to be a memory keeper today. Our format varies week to week, with a healthy mix of teaching, listener Q and A, roundtable discussions, and interviews with everyday scrapbookers. Scrapbook Your Way is hosted by Jennifer Wilson, owner of Simple Scrapper an ...
 
Join Becky Higgins and Becky Proudfit on a weekly basis as they discuss topics in a podcast environment that is encouraging, positive, and FUN! Topics will be all over the place because there is SO much to cover that relates to each of us doing our darnedest to cultivate the best life possible. Some topics include: Marriage, family, relationships in general, positivity through trials, organization, time management and balance, memory keeping, traditions, business, social media, etiquette, li ...
 
Hosted by a robot (or Dr. Stephen Hawking if you'd prefer) and fueled by Vess strawberry soda, Fizzle Like a Flood is an aural scrapbook - an ongoing time capsule. Various life recordings, songs, stories, random sounds, etc. Many appearances by Doug's bestie, Trilety, his girlfriend, Megan and his cat, Cinder.
 
Join Zoom as he flicks through his scrapbook and shows you the amazing countries and cities he's visited around the world! Scrapbooks are a cool way of keeping memories and Zoom's is packed with all the photos, tickets and souvenirs he's collected on my travels! You can fly to all the destinations featured from Birmingham Airport!
 
“Queering the Classroom” is an ongoing discussion about the trials and successes of queer students, teachers, and staff in American schools. If it’s a matter of representation, a question of legality, or an issue for advocacy, we want to cover it. This podcast is a sort of audio scrapbook of personal stories, interviews and reporting that is accessible for anyone interested in learning about why we can no longer keep what we affectionately term “the gay agenda” out of the classroom.
 
Bob Marley once sung: One good thing about music is when it hits you, you feel no pain. Got the Sunday Blues? Worrying about the long week ahead? Well worry no more – Alex and Tom are here to help you feel no pain! Known for their exquisite music taste and averagely informative conversation, they have taken to the air waves with a new show. These two old friends bonded one stormy Newcastle night over their enthusiasm for music, real ale and inability to remember the simplest of music facts. ...
 
FaveCraftsRadio is a monthly podcast for crafters. Tune in once a month to hear your favorite craft, DIY and lifestyle personalities chat about your favorite topics. This lively lifestyle program treats listeners to creative ideas, inspiration, current events, product reviews, tips about projects on FaveCrafts.com and so much more.
 
Presented by Hot Off The Press President Paulette Jarvey and Gail Booth, Paper Wishes Weekly Webisodes feature a new and different paper crafting technique each week-from the comfort of your own computer! Each video segment runs about 5-20 minutes and features the latest products, techniques, ideas and instruction—all at the click of a mouse. For the latest episode, visit PaperWishes.com every week. This podcast will feature some of our favorite episodes.
 
From Shadows at the Door Publishing comes a chilling new podcast, bringing to life a collection of macabre tales and spirited debate. Drawing on the haunted landscapes of classic folk horror, the podcast lifts the veil on some of your favourite ghost stories, and presents new fables throughout a series of macabre audio dramas. Shadows at the Door: The Podcast artfully showcases the unsettling, the unearthly, and the uncanny, with new tellings of beloved ghost stories, and spectral yarns crea ...
 
Interesting, inspiring, original conversations with women we love* about people, politics, fashion, food and more. *(and men, and non-binary people) We’re positive and honest online allies, providing content specifically made by us, for listeners like you. ~ Stay in the loop, join The Pool ~ Sign up to receive our daily email of exclusive stories and get access to our scrapbook, to save and record your favourite items http://bit.ly/signupthepool
 
Lyssa Mandel and co-host/boyfriend Phil Casale invite guests to share and discuss creative artifacts from their adolescence. Pieces include poetry, drawings, journal entries, Wicca boxes and everything else that bursts forth from our formative years. It’s painful, poignant and funny. Think of it as Judy Blume meets Dr. Phil sans the Judy Blume and Dr. Phil.
 
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Kim and I sit down for another casual episode to catch up on life, scrapbooking, and what's new at Simple Scrapper. This episode focuses on our creative successes in the past month and over this year. We share some of our thoughts on 2021, including how we're getting ready and what might change for the new year. See the full show notes for this epi…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade Podcast, we chat remotely with Tazhiana Gordon. Listen in as Tazhiana describes how scrapbooking is a form of self-love and how we may all benefit from a creative outlet. More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Scrapbook.com: Store and Community for Crafters Leave the Life Handmade Podcast a review! Vic…
 
Today on the Life Handmade: At Home Edition, we speak with Alicia Harrison. Alicia is a creative leader who loves to try new things while encouraging others to do the same. Listen in as Alicia shares the importance of letting your creativity shine despite the fear and her belief that crafting is a space where all are welcome. More Info on the Life …
 
Who are you at the core? Do you even know or have you ever thought about it? Clarity in knowing who you truly are is essential so you can bring your best self to every part of your life: marriage, parenthood, community, work, school, and beyond. In this episode, Becky Proudfit explains four ways you can better gain clarity in your life. When you ha…
 
This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf and Dana Stevens are joined by guest host Jody Rosen, a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine. First, they discuss Borat 2 (officially, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm). Next, they dive into music with “The Harry Smith B-Sides.” Finally, they discuss Zoom’s newfound, and sometimes dangerous…
 
How did Hanoi Jane become Exercise Jane? This is the second part of our two-parter on Jane Fonda's Workout. If you haven't yet, listen to the previous episode "Jane and Leni" first, it will give you the full context for this episode. This time around we explore how an academy award winning actor and controversial political activist managed to trans…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
You've arrived at the Museum of Modern Art in New York to take the Gnothi Seauton Audio Tour. Collect your headphones from the front desk and listen closely... After the production join Mark Nixon, David Ault and author M Regan for a discussion on the story plus a collection of tangents with subjects including surface level theology, SFX direction …
 
In episode 134, Rosie and Jessica do a relatively timely review of the Netflix movie, Enola Holmes. Autumn has rolled in, birthdays are to be had, and caterpillars are eaten. You can listen online or through all good podcatchers. This week’s songs Jessica picked Tied to the 90s by Travis, while Rosie went for the McGarrigle and Wainwright family’s …
 
Has your marriage taken a hit with all the 2020 mayhem? Things might look a little different because your spouse’s work schedule is wonky or your kids are home all. the. time. Perhaps the spark is barely flickering and you feel more like business partners. Don’t despair! There is hope! Enter our guest—Camille Whiting. In this episode, she talks abo…
 
This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner discuss The Trial of the Chicago 7. Then, the panel is joined by Willa Paskin, Slate’s TV critic, to discuss Ted Lasso. Finally, they discuss “Cereal Eats” with New York Times opinion columnist Jamelle Bouie. The Slate Plus segment this week features producer Jessamin…
 
Azzari Jarrett is a photographer and a memory keeper, in that order. In her work you see an emphasis on the photos, many of them unedited, but she still loves selecting and playing with products to bring it all together. We are fortunate to have Azzari as October's featured artist and in this episode you'll get to know her on a more personal level.…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks shop with Alex Lacamoire, who was the arranger, music director, conductor, and orchestrator for Hamilton. In the interview, Alex explains what an arranger does and details some of the specific creative decisions that went into songs like “You’ll Be Back,” “Ten Duel Commandments,” “That Would Be Enough,” and “Burn.…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks shop with Alex Lacamoire, who was the arranger, music director, conductor, and orchestrator for Hamilton. In the interview, Alex explains what an arranger does and details some of the specific creative decisions that went into songs like “You’ll Be Back,” “Ten Duel Commandments,” “That Would Be Enough,” and “Burn.…
 
https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/TheHorror989.mp3 This week’s episode of The Horror features Quiet, Please. From December 1, 1947, here’s their story, Come In, Eddie. Download TheHorror989 The Horror relies on your support to keep the screams coming every week. If you’re able to help out, visit donate.relicradio…
 
Slate staffers Sam Adams and Laura Miller spoil The Haunting of Bly Manor. An American governess (Victoria Pedretti) signs on two care for two orphaned children in a remote English mansion. But she finds the house is haunted by a malevolent presence, and the children may be as well. Sam Adams and Laura Miller break down Netflix’s followup to The Ha…
 
Hit Parade is back for non-Slate Plus listeners! Upcoming episodes will be split into two parts, released two weeks apart. For the full episode right now, sign up for Slate Plus and you'll also get The Bridge, our Trivia show and bonus deep dive into our subjects. slate.com/hitparadeplus. Producers and songwriters have a major impact on how a finis…
 
Be SURE you listen to Ep. 115 before you listen to this one. You’ll get all the context + the first 5 principles we share. In Part 2, we share five more principles to bring personal peace to our lives when everything else seems to be falling apart. SHOW NOTES: Listen to the first part of this episode here. Principles of Peace (6-10):6 - THE LORD LO…
 
On this episode of the Life Handmade At Home Edition, we chat with Kelly Klapstein, creator of Kelly Creates. Kelly shares her thoughts on how handmade crafts leave a lasting legacy and also encourages us to take risks in all aspects of our lives. More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast Subscribe Scrapbook.com: Store and Community for Crafters Leave…
 
115: 10 Ways to Feel Peace When Everything Seems to Be Falling Apart — Part 1 While there might not always be global peace, having personal peace is not only possible, it’s very attainable. In Part 1 of this episode, we discuss 5 principles to help you feel personal peace. We are both Christian and the peace in our lives comes from our faith, but n…
 
This week Dana, Steve, and Julia talk about Kirsten Johnson's new documentary, Dick Johnson is Dead, in which Johnson documents her father's experience with dementia. Then the hosts are joined by LA Times television editor Matt Brennan to discuss Luca Guadagnino's HBO series We Are Who We Are. And finally, Slate's pop critic Jack Hamilton joins the…
 
When Jane Fonda granted us an interview to talk about her famous workout tape, things didn't go as planned. On part one of a special two-part Decoder Ring, we explore the decades-long friendship of Jane Fonda and Leni Cazden, the relationship that birthed the workout that changed the world. It's a story of creation, regret, fame, forgiveness, traum…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to novelist, critic, and co-host of Working Rumaan Alam about his new novel Leave the World Behind, which has already garnered critical acclaim and a nomination for the National Book Award. In the interview, Rumaan talks about the origins of the novel, his writing process, and how he was able to craft memorable cha…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to novelist, critic, and co-host of Working Rumaan Alam about his new novel Leave the World Behind, which has already garnered critical acclaim and a nomination for the National Book Award. In the interview, Rumaan talks about the origins of the novel, his writing process, and how he was able to craft memorable cha…
 
Everyone has a story. Sometimes we agree with them and sometimes we don’t. But surprise! We don’t have to take sides! Isn’t that a relief!? We can just listen for the sake of understanding, and sit with our feelings for a while. In this episode, we chat with Brooke Romney and learn how to be a better listener and how to connect with others whether …
 
This week, Stephen Metcalf and Julia Turner are joined by guest-host Laura Miller, Slate's books and culture columnist, to discuss the new Gloria Steinem biopic, The Glorias. Then they're joined by New Yorker writer Lauren Collins who helps them decide if there's anything to like about Darren Star's new Netflix series, Emily in Paris. For their fin…
 
Having you been thinking about spending more time creating pattern, texture, and dimension on your pages? This episode is for you. Creative team member Audrey Medd and I chat about using techniques to have a more fulfilling, hands-on experience in memory keeping. You'll hear about what hasn't worked out for Audrey as well as some of her brilliant "…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler cracks the code of the heist film genre with Phil Alden Robinson, director of the 1992 cult classic Sneakers. In the interview, Phil talks about Sneakers’ nine-year writing process, the film’s alternate endings, and how he landed a cast of cinema legends, including Robert Redford and Sidney Poitier, to portray his metic…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler cracks the code of the heist film genre with Phil Alden Robinson, director of the 1992 cult classic Sneakers. In the interview, Phil talks about Sneakers’ nine-year writing process, the film’s alternate endings, and how he landed a cast of cinema legends, including Robert Redford and Sidney Poitier, to portray his metic…
 
I apologize for the hot mess that some of this audio is. The chains recording came out like something that could compete with that video on YouTube of the lady "grapefruiting your man" ha. And the final bit is long and probably boring, but years down the road me and the other Randies will remember how that song and video took up so much time and so…
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s Marissa Martinelli and Laura Miller spoil Enola Holmes. Enola, who likes to remind people that her name spelled backwards is ‘alone,’ wakes up to find her mother missing. …
 
Hit Parade is back for non-Slate Plus listeners! Upcoming episodes will be split into two parts, released two weeks apart. For full episodes on the day of release, sign up for Slate Plus and you'll also get The Bridge, our trivia show and deep dive into our subjects. slate.com/hitparadeplus. In part two of our one-hit wonders show, we propose three…
 
Cultivating space does not necessarily mean sitting still in total silence. This is a two-part series and a deeply meaningful conversation about what it means to cultivate space in your life and how doing this can make a huge difference in how you exist and how you FEEL. In this second part, we talk about being curious about your feelings about spa…
 
Cultivating space does not necessarily mean sitting still in total silence. This is a two-part series and a deeply meaningful conversation about what it means to cultivate space in your life and how doing this can make a huge difference in how you exist and how you FEEL. In this first part, we talk about examining the way we tend to fill space in o…
 
This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner discuss the Netflix film My Octopus Teacher. Next, they chat about the legacy and ending of Keeping Up With the Kardashians (check out the Gabfest’s 2011 conversation about the Kardashians here). Finally, the panel is joined by Slate staff writer Aaron Mak to analyze …
 
full info // https://wp.me/p5WMjC-132email // tristan@spools-out.comtweet // @SplsOutSpool’s Out is back from a summer of semi-lockdown awkwardness and lonesome walkman listens with a beautiful show featuring a live session from vocal looping master and dancer Lauren Doss. The London-based artist’s debut tape Voices dropped earlier this year, embel…
 
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