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Content creator, host, and editor, Stephanie Dennis, is on a mission to empower people to take control of their careers by offering holistic career advice. The goal is to provide everyone with actionable tips, knowledge, skills, and confidence to crush their career goals. This podcast takes a funny, fresh, and playful approach to discussing career topics. We have fun, laugh, use adult language, tell it how it is, and get right to the point. Check out Career Talk: Learn - Grow - Thrive as fea ...
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Pop culture, true crime, life and chit chat with lifelong friends Kevin Loftus and Stephanie Hogan. instagram.com/allegedlyfabulous instagram.com/kevintloftus instagram.com/stephhhogan tiktok.com/@allegedlyfabulous youtube.com/allegedlyfabulous twitter.com/allegedlyfab allegedlyfabulouspodcast@gmail.com
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In Depth

First Round

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Welcome to In Depth, a new podcast from First Round Review that’s dedicated to surfacing the tactical advice founders and startup leaders need to grow their teams, their companies and themselves. Hosted by Brett Berson, a partner at First Round, In Depth will cover a lot of ground and a wide range of topics, from hiring executives and becoming a better manager, to the importance of storytelling inside of your organization. But every interview will hit the level of tactical depth where the ve ...
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CISO insiders

GRSee Consulting

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CISOs insiders is open conversations I’m having with leading CISOs in the industry. We’ll be talking about what makes them ticks, their biggest accomplishments and flagrant failures, their favorite drinks and what it is they like in vendors as well as dislike in vendors. We’ll try to tap into the mind of the person behind the role and hopefully have some fun while doing so. Join us for a light talk.
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The Silent Holler

Nicole Partin & Stephanie Tate

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The Silent Holler podcast was birthed out of Nicole’s twenty plus years of investigative reporting and Stephanie’s devotion to true crime and the stories surrounding them. Together this team of creators brings you stories from the region they are most familiar with, the South. Born and raised in the foothills of the Appalachians, this dynamic duo offers southern charm with world-class expertise. Come along as they visit the South’s mountains, towns, cities and hollers to expose crime, solve ...
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The MAD Nights Podcast is where marketers and designers share stories about their work (the good, the bad, and the ugly), their experiences, where they work and live and other stuff that impacts or influences their craft. You can follow 2 threads on this podcast: MAD Nights (conversations with marketers and designers living and working in smaller markets), and MAD Nights - Big City (conversations with marketers and designers living and working in larger markets).
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Need Project is a non-profit dedicated to families with special needs children and adults. On our monthly podcast we interview non-profits organizations and professionals who are supporting individuals and families dealing with disabilities.
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Business Excellence - TOP 5 Series

Rael Bricker and Lindsay Adams

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In keeping with the theme of our podcast, "Business Excellence" we have decided to release a new edition, the Business Excellence Top 5 Series. In this series we interview the best contributors we can source to tell us about their Top 5 tips, tools or ideas relating to their topic around business and / or life. Hosted by Lindsay Adams OAM CSP and Rael Bricker CSP bringing 60+ years of entrepreneurial success and professional speaking together.
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Behind The Mission

Duane K. L. France

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Because fewer than 7% of Americans have served in uniform, most Americans are unfamiliar with military service and culture. As a result, members of the military and Veteran community are at greater risk for disconnection and lack of belonging with the civilian community. PsychArmor’s mission is to bridge the military-civilian divide by educating and training a Nation. Each week, Duane France, a combat Veteran and Clinical Mental Health Counselor, will dig deep into the stories “Behind The Mi ...
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Living Well Together is a heartwarming and insightful podcast hosted by the dynamic duo – Dr. Terry and Lisa McCoskey. In this show, we dive into the vibrant tapestry of our small town community, bringing to the microphone a rich array of guests including civic leaders, athletes, business owners, service organization representatives, friends, patients and other wellness advocates. Each episode aims to strengthen the bonds of our community by sharing inspiring stories, discussing key local is ...
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Phil Vassar's Songs from the Cellar

American Songwriter, Steve Mandile

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In 2015, Phil completed his underground wine cellar at his 1929-built Nashville estate. Filled with cocktail favorites, candles and, what else, a piano, the cellar quickly became his favorite place to write, play and hang out with friends. The environment inspired his idea to create a series with his talented friends. Songs from the Cellar was born! SFTC will feature artists, songwriters, entertainers, athletes, comedians and wine enthusiasts will be guests on the show. Each episode will spo ...
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A podcast about our messy relationship with technology. Hosted by tech ethicist David Ryan Polgar and comedian Joe Leonardo, and featuring a diverse range of experts about the ways that technology excites us, scares us, and confuses us. It's complicated. “Those who like their comedy on the nerdy side will find just that in the blend of tech and jokes that this show and podcast provides.”-New York Times Previous guests have included Manoush Zomorodi, Douglas Rushkoff, Baratunde Thurston, Trac ...
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Pass It Down

Mike Silver, Natalie Silver

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Since launching his career as a journalist three decades ago, Michael Silver has demonstrated an uncanny ability to connect with the sports world’s most compelling figures—and to get them to open up about their most cherished convictions and experiences. From Dennis Rodman to Anna Kournikova, from Joe Montana to Marshawn Lynch, Silver’s interview subjects have consistently delivered, and no one in his field has a more diverse and impressive array of relationships. Now the award-winning write ...
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A true crime podcast that doesn't bullsh**. The facts and the motives explained—in depth. Prison interviews, first hand accounts and reliable sources. It's what makes true crime worth listening to.
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Stationary Astronaut

Stationary Astronauts

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The Stationary Astronaut Podcast is a deep dive into your psyche. We interview world leaders in their field of expertise to gain knowledge and understanding. All while dropping F Bombs of course.
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Lake Norman Business Podcast

Danny Decker & Ryan Webber

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On the LKN Business Podcast Co-Hosts Danny and Ryan shine a spotlight on the great businesses here in Lake Norman. Business is more fun as a community so they're going behind the curtain to get the who, what, and why. If you want to know about what drives the businesses in your community, this is your new favorite podcast. If you own a business in LKN and want to be a guest, reach us at lknbusinesspodcast@gmail.com
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At TalkJive, our goal is to promote Independent artists of all genres and to provide a platform for these artists to be heard and seen. TalkJive seeks to find music and art across a multitude of media. TalkJive.org is a production of Rolling K Media & Entertainment (RKME), a division of Tribal Administrative Services, LLC (TAS, LLC). Proudly owned and operated by a Citizen of the Pawnee Nation, TAS, LLC, is classified as a Minority Business Enterprise/Woman’s Business Enterprise (MBE/WBE). S ...
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The H5N1 bird flu continues to spread to U.S. dairy cows – affecting dozens of herds in at least ten states. The dairy industry has been hesitant to test cows for the virus. The FDA says pasteurized milk is safe to drink. A team of University of Washington and Fred Hutch Cancer Center researchers is working to track the avian influenza by sequencin…
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When author Noé Álvarez was growing up in Yakima, WA he remembers hearing accordion music wafting in the orchards where his parents picked fruit, at dance halls, and at house parties. But his grandfather Eulogio – a traveling accordion player – remained a figure steeped in mystery and infamy. The path to understanding that “ancestral tragedy” sent …
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Over the last 18 months, thousands of asylum-seeking migrants have found a temporary home at the Riverton Park United Methodist Church in Tukwila. The church isn’t set up to be a long term shelter - but with few beds open in King County’s family shelters each night - this temporary solution has become a lifeline for asylum seekers. But how did this…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we continue the LGBTQIA+ Veteran Public Health Awareness series with a conversation about myths and misconceptions about members of the LGBTQIA+ community with veteran Ale Hernandez About Today’s Guest Alejandra Hernandez served in the United States Marine Corps for four years a Food Service Specialist with Marine C…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we have a conversation with Gold Star family member Lupe Urdaneta, surviving spouse of Sergeant First Class Dennis Urdaneta, and her journey with wear blue: run to remember, an organization that honors the service and sacrifice of the American military through active remembrance and programs to support all those who…
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What we talked about on this episode: This episode was inspired by a TT video I saw where someone shared their remote compensation, hybrid comp, and in-office comp expectations. It was said they ask for $20k more for in-office jobs and the person dueting it seemed shocked. My response was good for them BUT that’s it? Let’s talk about it. Should you…
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“ I think it's about getting clear on what your method of problem solving is. And if somebody doesn't have that, if they're not exactly sure why or how they did something, that's an easy no for you. And those people who understand from their mistakes, who can talk you through their logic, their thought process, what the algorithm they have programm…
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Starting in 2018, state and federal officials began moving over 300 mountain goats from the Olympic Peninsula to the North Cascades.It was a joint project with local tribes, the Olympic National Park, Washington Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Forest Service. Now, more than five years later, reporting from the Everett Herald indicates the project h…
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In this episode of "Living Well Together," Dr. Terry and Lisa welcome Brenda Smith, a dynamic and inspiring individual with a multifaceted life. Brenda, married to her playmate Mark, lives in Kettering with their two dogs. They have three grown children and several wonderful grandchildren who reside in Pennsylvania. Brenda's journey brought her to …
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Here’s my chat with Mélanie La Roche about the Montreal Comic Arts Festival 2024. Illustration by Boum Poster by Jillian Tamaki This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube Podcasts and YouTube Video. Please like and subscribe to that video channel. Mélanie La Roche is the executive director of the Montreal Comic Arts Festival. She summariz…
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Late last month, KUOW announced the station was ending its RadioActive Youth Media program. For 20 years, RadioActive brought listeners the stories and perspectives of young people in the Pacific Northwest. Soundside producer Noel Gasca reflects on what the program has meant to the over 6,000 youth who participated - and what will be lost. See omny…
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Homelessness policy has become a lightning rod in Burien, as the city’s approach toward people sleeping outside has drawn scrutiny and lawsuits. The latest; the city council agreed to build a pallet shelter on land owned by Seattle City Light. King County agreed to give the city a million dollars for the project, but now the city council is conside…
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In 2015 “Our Children’s Trust” took aim at what they thought was a major contributor to ongoing climate problems: that the U.S. government had continued to permit, authorize and subsidize fossil fuel extraction. So, along with 21 plaintiffs whose ages ranged from 8 to 19 years old, they sued the U.S. government. Even though the "Juliana V United St…
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Author Nora Kenworthy's new book, Crowded Out: The True Costs of Crowdfunding Healthcare, looks at the complex set of experiences of people using platforms like GoFundMe to raise money for medical care and how the platform potentially shapes the world around us. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Here’s my chat with Bill Slavin about Quid Pro Crow from Renegade Arts Entertainment at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2024. TCAF 2024 poster by Nina Bunjevac This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube Podcasts and YouTube Video. Please like and subscribe to that video channel. The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) exists to promote the…
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Show Summary On today’s episode, we feature a conversation with military spouse and family member Ellen Gustafson, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of We the Veterans and Military Families, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that empowers the veteran and military family community to strengthen democracy. We’re going to talk about their wo…
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The University of Washington reached an agreement with the leaders of an encampment of students protesting the war in Gaza. As part of that agreement, students had until 3 p.m. Monday to clear the area where they’ve been living. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KUOW News and Information
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In a study published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine, researchers at the University of Washington and at universities in Colorado and Georgia have found that electrical stimulation on the surface of the skin, targeting the spine, can improve strength, mobility, sensation and function in the bodies of people with long term spinal cord injuries…
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“ Focus on solving the big problems that difficult problems the easy ones will resolve themselves.” David Ednie Top Five Tips For Aligning Strategy and Execution 1. Raise your standards 2. Align your people 3. Sharpen your focus 4. Pick up the pace 5. Transform your strategy TIME STAMP SUMMARY 01:34 What are you focusing on? 06:05 Raising the bar 1…
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Here’s my chat with Xencelabs’ Doug Little about the new Xencelabs Pen Display 16 for creators. This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube Podcasts and YouTube Video. Please like and subscribe to that video channel. Doug Little is the Public Relations and Influencer Manager at Xencelabs. Doug is a seasoned, diligent public relations profe…
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Summer is almost here, last weekend, temperatures climbed into the 80s throughout the Puget Sound area. And for many, warm temperatures mean trips to the beach and swims in Lake Washington. Heading out to swim this past weekend was extra sweet for some beachgoers: the community at Denny Blaine, a beach popular with Seattle’s queer community. It’s o…
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KUOW Director of Community Engagement Zaki Hamid sat down with Soundside to talk about his experience speaking with students, faculty, and counter-protestors at the University of Washington about the pro-Palestine movement. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By KUOW News and Information
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Join us on this inspiring episode of Living Well Together with Dr. Terry and Lisa as we sit down with Erik Tritsch, a dedicated educator and community leader from Fairborn, Ohio. Born and raised in the heart of Fairborn, Erik has deep roots in the community that shaped his values and aspirations. This year, he celebrates his 20th wedding anniversar…
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Milin Desai is the CEO at Sentry, an application monitoring tool for developers. Sentry has recently passed two key milestones: 100K customers and over $100M in ARR. Before Sentry, Milin was a GM at VMware and scaled their cloud networking into a billion-dollar business. Prior to stepping into leadership roles, Milin was a PM at Riverbed and a soft…
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Good news is a shrinking rarity for Boeing these days. The latest: The Department of Justice announced Tuesday that Boeing has violated a settlement related to the deadly 737 Max 8 crashes in 2018 and 2019. The decision opens the door for potential prosecution and is the latest blow to fall for the company, which faces its most existential crisis i…
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New guidance from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends women should get a mammogram every other year starting at age 40 and continuing until age 74. With so much at stake, it’s important to stay in the know. Soundside spoke with Dr. Janie Lee, professor of Radiology at the University of Washington and the director of breast imaging se…
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Here’s my chat with Cecil Castellucci about the new project I Am The Comic Book at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2024. TCAF 2024 poster by Nina Bunjevac This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube Podcasts and YouTube Video. Please like and subscribe to that video channel. The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) exists to promote the brea…
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Melinda French Gates says she is leaving the foundation that bears her name. She announced Monday she will depart the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to focus on other charitable ventures. The foundation headquartered in Seattle is the largest philanthropic organization in the world. This year, it plans to spend 8 and half billion dollars on caus…
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Over the weekend news broke that in addition to current Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, two more people named "Bob Ferguson" would also be running for governor. By Monday's withdrawal deadline, the "Bob" party looked to be winding down: both of the newcomer Bob Fergusons dropped out of the governor's race. But some officials say the…
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🧠 In this episode of CISO Insiders, we welcome Dennis Tomlin, Chief Information Security Officer at Multnomah County. Dennis Tomlin, discusses in detail key challenges while sharing key security strategies on his career in cybersecurity for 20 years. This special episode will tackle the following topics: ⭐ Turning a culture of “no” to a culture of …
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What we talked about on this episode: Let’s take this offline: discuss it later and/or in a different setting Touch base: briefly connect or update on a topic Put a pin in it: postpone or temporarily set aside a discussion Think outside the box: consider unconventional or creative ideas Circle back: Return to topic later for further discussion Low-…
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“I think we live in a world people are too, quick to throw stones throw sticks and point fingers. None of us are perfect. I certainly am not. I'm a very temperamental reactive sort of person. So, I have perfected the art of saying I'm sorry. So, I think it's really important that if you're doing something in the world, and you think, Oh, that wasn'…
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Here’s my chat with Dennis Moran about Tales From The Sixth Sun and more in advance of the Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2024. TCAF 2024 poster by Nina Bunjevac This podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube Podcasts and YouTube Video. Please like and subscribe to that video channel. The Toronto Comic Arts Festival (TCAF) exists to promote the …
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After four years of closed door negotiations, the Department of Energy, EPA, and WA Ecology released a revised plan to clean up 56 million gallons of nuclear waste at the Hanford site in Central Washington. Much of that waste will be turned into glass. We can only make Soundside because listeners support us. Make the show happen by making a gift to…
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Like many school districts across the state and country, Seattle Public Schools is staring down a shaky financial future. The district is projecting a $105 million dollar budget shortfall next school year. Soundside host Libby Denkmann talks with SPS School Board President Liza Rankin about what these potential closures could mean for educators, fa…
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