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Village SquareCast

The Village Square

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Village SquareCast is the podcast your mother warned you about. We talk politics, religion and race — across color, creed and ideology — and we do it like the partners in democracy that we really ought to be. At The Village Square, we've had hundreds of conversations with tens of thousands of people — and now we bring you our favorites of these conversations via podcast. We talk in bars, we talk in churches, we talk across a hundred continuous tables in the middle of a street downtown. And t ...
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The Italian American Podcast

The Italian American Podcast

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The first and finest podcast for Italian Americans... delivering history, discussion, and connection with smarts, heart, and a lot of laughs. 🇮🇹🇺🇸 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/italianamerican/support
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Gary Williams

Dr. Gary L. Williams Sr.

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Dr. Gary L. Williams, Sr. accepted Christ as his personal Savior at the age of nine. He is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, and the younger of two sons born to Alfreda Williams and the late Rev. Roosevelt Williams. Pastor Gary Williams is no stranger to the ministry. In 1990, Dr. Williams accepted the call to become the pastor of First Baptist Church of Mandarin. He has the longest tenure as Pastor of the First Church. He seeks to transform the lives of many through the simplicity of the g ...
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Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
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Welcome to The Village! On the edge of The Black Forest, somewhere between Russia and Poland (and occasionally Germany) is a small community. Eighty or so houses, more chickens than people. As Reb Gold says, "Visiting the Village is like eating warm rye bread. You don't need to be Jewish to enjoy it."
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My name is Doug Perry. I'm a Realtor with Property Consultants. I believe that home is more than the 4 walls you live within. It also includes neighborhood shops, restaurants, events, and organizations. I'll take you behind the scenes to meet the people and places that make the Logan Square and West Town areas home. If you'd like to keep your finger on the pulse of real estate in the Logan Square and West Town areas and hear more podcasts like this one, sign up for Market Snapshot. Just clic ...
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The Chawton House Podcast

The Chawton House Podcast

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Welcome to The Chawton House Podcast. This series will keep you informed of what goes on at the Great House, based in the Hampshire village of Chawton, that was once home to the brother of Jane Austen, Edward Austen Knight. It will also share stories, old and new, of life in the House. Presented and Produced by Lizzie Frisby Image art: Natalie Wilkins (Instagram: @ tilly.scribbles) Music: Guitalele's Happy Place by Kara Square (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ...
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Get Connected

106.7 Lite fm (WLTW-FM)

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New York City's 106.7 Lite FM's weekly talk show with host Nina del Rio, speaking with influencers, experts, and NYC non-profits. New episodes air first on WLTW-NY every Sunday, 7-7:30am EST.
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Welcome to the YGV100FM Podcast.In this podcast, we invite you to join us in the exciting world of Your Global Village.If this is your first time here, we are a community living and working in a metaverse inspired village.Our purpose with this podcast is to share the stories of each resident and find the lessons learned that can help you get better results and have a bigger impact. Whether you are just starting out in your business or you are a seasoned entrepreneur you will find fresh ideas ...
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A paranormal podcast delving into mysteries such as disappearances, cryptids, monsters, extraterrestrials, ghosts, and just about any other paranormal stuff we can come up with -- and then trying to make sense of it all.
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This podcast series will share how creative ideas have made the Tallahassee community more successful and the catalysts behind them. It will also highlight how quality of life and innovation serve as key drivers in retaining talent. Created by Knight Creative Communities Institute Tallahassee (KCCI) is responsible for transformative projects all over Tallahassee like Gaines Street, Cascades Park, Midtown, the new TLH urban park and the #iHeartTally campaign. Find out more at www.kccitallahas ...
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Teaching Your Brain to Knit

Margaret and Catherine

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This podcast is about knitting (and crochet), learning and the brain. Margaret and Catherine share about what they are learning from their knitting, something about the brain (especially if it has to do with knitting), Behind the Redwood curtain, the area where they live along the Northcoast of California, and sometimes offer a giveaway.
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What Unites Us

Taylor Justice and Esther Farkas

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Welcome to “What Unites Us,” a podcast about building businesses meant to last. We’re your hosts: Taylor Justice and Esther Farkas. We lead Unite Us, a technology company that connects health and social care. We became curious about the way other leaders develop, innovate, inspire, and lead – to drive change. We’ve invited an incredible lineup of visionaries to share their experiences, whether they created a new industry, turned an existing one on its head, or breathed new life into an old b ...
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Welcome to House call with Dr. Thandeka Mazibuko , medical doctor , based in New York City, this is fountain of knowledge, community engagement, storytelling , wisdom fun and motivation. Sharing medical knowledge, expertise and life experiences in this health care and life journey to inspire you to live a fruitful long life. House Call with Dr Thandeka Mazibuko podcast is filled with wisdom, Motivation , wellness , fitness , health care , financial conversations . Saving lives through daily ...
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The Fire Marshal's Office has delayed the opening of the new patio system at Market Square in Saint John. We speak with Jesse Vergen, owner of the Saint John Ale House about his frustrations.And on the phone-in: We talk with Anne Marie Hartford and Karen Lake about the Death Café meetings they hold in Fredericton.…
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This week, two young men from India died at Gibson Falls in NB. Paul D'Eon, who has 50 years experience with the Lifesaving Society of NS, says newcomers to Canada are more vulnerable to drowning. People in Borden-Carleton, PEI, comment on the level of neglect at Gateway Village. And on the phone-in: Dr Jill Hudson in NB and Dan Hennessey in NS ans…
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Ciao Paesani and welcome to an exciting new era for the Italian American Podcast, because we are broadcasting from our brand new Red Sauce Studio in the heart of Little Italy, Manhattan. Join us as we celebrate this exciting new chapter with Pat, Rosella, John, and Dolores reuniting hours before the ribbon cutting ceremony that will officially open…
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Kent Steeves, who's the volunteer fire chief in the village of Elgin, NB, provides details about a fatal accident that claimed the lives of two young men at Gibson Falls on Monday. Students on PEI get lessons on agricultural history at Orwell Corner Historic Village. And on the phone-in: Lawyer Jessical Lyle gives advice on wills and estate plannin…
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Kim Adair, Nova Scotia's Auditor General, holds a news conference about a dramatic increase in the incidence of violence in schools. Health PEI offers workers extra cash if they agree to work extra shifts this summer. Union leaders have concerns. And on the phone-in: Dr. Laura Eramian and Dr. Peter Mallory discuss navigating difficult friendships.…
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Anxiety and OCD therapist Natasha Daniels joins us with a new workbook just in time for summer break! CRUSHING OCD WORKBOOK FOR KIDS: 50 Fun Activities to Overcome OCD with CBT and Exposures. Natasha Daniels is an anxiety and OCD child therapist and has published five other books including How to Parent your Anxious Toddler and It’s Brave to Be Kin…
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Social workers are real life superheroes who can help people navigate mental health challenges and trauma. Budy Garcia-Whitfield is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker at JCCA, one of the great NYC organizations helping young people every day, particularly those in underserved communities and foster care. For more, visit JCCANY.ORG.…
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A historic sawmill in Digby County, NS, was destroyed by fire this weekend, and on PEI the Abegweit First Nation hosted the first mawi'omi, or powwow, of the season. And on the phone-in: we discuss memory loss and how to avoid it with Dr. Teresa Liu-Ambrose.
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Nurses, doctors, paramedicine students and pharmacists at the Moncton Hospital have formed a new choir called "Music in Medicine" as a creative outlet. A boy on PEI takes a bag of PEI potatoes to Toronto and trades it for a signed baseball with Blue Jays pitcher Jordan Ramano. And on the phone-in: Jon Stone answers questions about native plants tha…
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The Nova Scotia Department of Education announces a new policy on cell phones in the classroom, starting in September. The CBC's Jean Laroche has the details. Two men from PEI discuss their family connection to D-Day and their trip to Normandy this week. And on the phone-in: Colette Robicheau provides advice on decluttering. Plus, two young student…
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An oyster grower in East Bideford, PEI, speaks with the CBC's Nancy Russell about his frustrations. He has still not received any damage claim money since post-tropical storm Fiona blew through in 2022. Lorraine Peters from Rothesay NB, who's 58 years-old, will compete at the Miss Universe Canada pageant next month. And on the phone-in: We speak wi…
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We speak with Moira Brown, a senior scientist with the Canadian Whale Institute. She discusses the sighting of an endangered North Atlantic Right Whale close to the coastline near Peggy's Cove. And on the phone-in: PEI's Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Heather Morrison, talks about the Live Well PEI Action Plan.…
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The Fresh Air Fund is a New York City institution, providing summer adventures for urban kids, through a number of programs, including free sleep- away camps, and their signature Volunteer Host Family Program. Right now is the season to sign up! Fresh Air Fund’s CEO Lisa Gitelson has details for campers, counselors and host families. For more, visi…
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Jodi Wellman, Founder of Four Thousand Mondays, a UPenn positive psychologist, and an executive coach, is author of the new book YOU ONLY DIE ONCE: How to Make It to the End with No Regrets. Jodi Wellman is a former corporate executive turned executive coach. She has a Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, whe…
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When our Paesani at ‘Growing Up Italian’ invited us to join them in celebrating their two millionth follower on Instagram, little did we know we’d end up in a conversation as enjoyable as the one we had with Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti! One we enjoyed so much that we decided to share it with you, our loyal listeners, as the last audio-only episode…
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We hear about a recently cancelled affordable housing project in Spryfield, NS, and rezoning the waterfront in Stratford, PEI. And on the phone-in: urban planner Tristan Cleveland takes your calls on development issues and housing density.
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Alana Hirtle invites us to this weekend's Grand Opening of the new Portaupique Community Centre, and a PEI man is buried in a grave he dug for himself. And on the phone-in: Aaron Publicover takes your appliance repair questions.
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Cora Young, an environmental chemist from York University, speaks with us about a recent study that examined the level of so-called "forever chemicals" or PFAS in sea spray. We hear your feedback on the RCMP. And on the phone-in: CBC meteorologist Tina Simpkin answers questions about the weather.
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Chris Harvey-Clark, a veterinarian and shark researcher from Dalhousie University, discusses the increase in shark attacks and shark behaviour in the wake of a shark attack on a man from PEI in the Turks and Caicos. And on the phone-in: Ken Donnelly and Hughstin Grimshaw-Surette answer questions on invasive species.…
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Jenny Saulnier lives in Hammonds Plains, NS, and one year ago today, her house was burned down in the wildfire that ripped through Upper Tantallon and her neighbourhood. She speaks with the CBC's Aly Thompson about how she has coped. And on the phone-in: Greg Marquis from UNBSJ discusses his new book,"Canada's State Police: 150 years of the RCMP".…
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Samaritan Daytop Village, the largest provider of support services for veterans in New York, provides shelter, mental health, and substance use recovery services. Assistant Vice President for Residential Treatment and former U.S. Air Force member Deirdre Rice-Reese explains some of the challenges veterans face after their service. For more, visit s…
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For more than 35 years, Farm Aid, with the support of the artists who contribute their performances each year, has raised more than $70 million to support programs that help farmers thrive. Farmer Services Network Manager Alexandria Ward to talks about their potentially life-saving health initiative aimed at helping ALL farmers in distress. FARM AI…
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A group of migrant workers in Charlottetown, PEI, are staging a protest and hunger strike in front of the PEI Legislature. They are unhappy about changes to the Provincial Nominee Program. The CBC's Go Public team speaks with a woman in Sussex, NB, whose Facebook page got taken over by fraudsters. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker provides advice o…
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Jim Ryan, the mayor of the Town of Pictou, NS. speaks about the future of the pulp mill near his town. He also speaks about yesterday's settlement agreement. A new heart clinic in Halifax is named after a hockey player named Jordan Boyd who died in 2013.. And on the phone-in: Niki Jabbour provides advice on gardening.…
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Drawing on decades of experience addressing volatile disagreements surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Resetting the Table works to transform toxic polarization and destructive political conflict in the U.S. We’ll be joined by Resetting the Table’s Co-Founding CEO, Melissa Weintraub, a veteran peacebuilder and social entrepreneur who has …
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We hear the details about a settlement agreement between Paper Excellence Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia over the former mill in Pictou County. Premier Tim Houston speaks. The CBC's Paul Withers reports on a designated aquaculture development area in SouthWest NS. And on the phone-in: Psychiatrist Dr Jackie Kinley discusses job stress.…
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Montana Piñeyro who runs a poultry farm in Lower Branch, NS, had to cull her poultry flock because of avian flu. She describes the difficulties she's facing. We hear an update on smelt fishing on PEI. And on the phone-in: Veterinarian Dr Karyn Steele answers questions on your pet's health.
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Angelique LeBlanc, the CEO of the Western Regional Enterprise Network in NS, discusses the ongoing challenges with poor cell service in her area. We hear your feedback on the anti-theft measures some retailers have installed. And on the phone-in: Doug Bethune answers questions on automotive repair.
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Miriam Raccah, CEO of Black Latinx Asian Charter Collaborative (BLACC), explains the benefits and importance of recruiting, training, supporting, and retaining more educators and school leaders of color. BLACC is a nonprofit that serves 24 community-based public charter schools representing more than 14,000 students across New York. For more, visit…
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PetcoLove, a lifesaving non-profit bringing pets and people together, hosts the 25th Anniversary Petco Love Birthday Party & Pet Adoption Event in Union Square, on Sunday, June 2nd from 11am-4pm. President of Petco Love, Susanne Kogut, talks about how new pet recognition technology has already helped them reunite over 46,000 pets and with their own…
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In recent years, the phenomenon of “One Euro Homes” has spread across Italy, as rural villages across “il Bel Paese” struggle to curb the steady population decline that is endemic in a country with constant urban flight and one of the world’s lowest birth rates. But as these cheap property schemes have become a dime-a-dozen, there is one town in th…
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Increased security measures at retail stores are meant to crack down on theft. But it can also be unnerving for shoppers. We ask Jim Cormier where retailers draw the line. And on the phone-in...Jim White takes your painting and staining questions.
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