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Men experience depression differently. Al Levin interviews men who have suffered from depression, educating those who may know little about mental illnesses while giving hope to those who may be suffering. After three years of compiling and sharing stories, Al now includes interviews of experts on various topics around mental health.
 
Lost a dear friend to suicide at 16, did not know what a lesson it would become. Now, at 65 I continue to appreciate the Best/Worst GiftfromAndrea.com that keeps me living! Life is complicated. It can at times, be more than we can bear. Have you lost someone, or perhaps you have teetered on the edge… and are still hanging on… Join me as I talk to others with similar stories. When you share your story, your burden is lightened. That is my hope for you. Join me as we share the tips, tweaks and ...
 
In the Keep Classical Weird podcast, host Casey Bozell explores all manner of kooky, mysterious and outlandish oddities associated with the wide world of classical music - all from her homebase in Portland, Oregon, a city celebrated for its culture and its eccentricity. Join Casey and some entertaining friends each week for a light-hearted and joyful look at why weirdness in classical music is part of what makes this art form so special.
 
The Houstons of Hillsong have written and promoted many holy texts over the 40+ years they've been in business. Some of them are still promoted, or quoted, and others have become rarer and rarer as time goes on. A group of us felt it was important for people to be able to access these books and for these gospels to be read aloud for research and history purposes. We are the community of those involved in The Australian Assemblies of God movement, Hillsong, C3, ACC, et al and/or those affecte ...
 
Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show, spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years, and whose stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
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Dave and Ethan share part 2 of their hilarious interview with Hollywood actor and Weird Al mega-fan Samm Levine! Samm is known for his roles in Judd Apatow's Freaks and Geeks, Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds, Wet Hot American Summer, among many others, including his work on The Kevin Pollak Chat Show. Frank (From the Bank) Sanchez also dro…
 
This week our guest couldn't make the interview at the very last minute. Which was unfortunate because obviously we wanted to talk to them and also it meant we didn't have an episode for this week. So since Robin and Josie were already on the Zoom call, they just interviewed each other for half an hour. Hope you enjoy. Normal service will resume ne…
 
Dave and Ethan are joined by Weird Al superfan Joseph C. Krause. Joe reveals how he ended up producing the first-ever Weird Al tribute album, Prosthetic Lips, in 1996 at the tender age of 15! He also discusses Bermuda’s involvement in his high school zine and how he may have been the inspiration for a line in an iconic Weird Al song.…
 
In November of 1407, Louis I, The Duke of Orleans and brother of France's "Mad" King Charles VI, is murdered on a street near his home in Medieval Paris. A police investigation ensues, surprisingly as thorough and detailed as any modern day crime investigation. My guest, Eric Jager, is the author of "Blood Royal: A True Tale of Crime and Detection …
 
David Jaques - Navigating Mental Illness to Mental Health Advocacy David is from London, England. He started his career at Barclays Bank, in which David specialized in the field of currency and interest rate risk management. He did that job in London and New York City, and re-located to Silicon Valley, California in 1994, where he worked as Treasur…
 
What's it like to cover Donald Trump? In this episode, veteran American journalist Allen Salkin explains. For over three decades, Salkin has written about many things for many high-profile publications, including The New York Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic and others. He is also the author of a number of well-received…
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including rural schools, suicide rates, Black Film Archives, and Portland's vaccine mandate. DeRay interviews Prof. Jessica S. Henry (author of "Smoke But No Fire: Convicting the Innocent of Crimes that Never Happened") about no-crime wrongful convictions. DeRay: https://www.nyt…
 
Bryan is joined by The Ringer's Kevin Clark to break down Peyton and Eli Manning's 'Monday Night Football' broadcast. They discuss the chemistry between the brothers, talk through which elements were a hit or miss, and predict how this type of broadcast could impact broadcast television moving forward. Host: Bryan Curtis Guest: Kevin Clark Associat…
 
Bryan and David recap Week 1 NFL media reactions and address the self-aware overreactions (5:23). Then they answer more Listener Mail and discuss newscaster pronunciations (22:10), overused headlines (25:06), and the transition to digital edition covers in journalism (33:21). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and David Shoemaker Guesses…
 
Live from Zanies Comedy Club in Rosemont, Doug welcomes Geoff Tate to the show. You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
 
Bio Anthony Pompliano is a bitcoiner, GP of Pomp investments, host of The Pomp Podcast, The Best Business show, author of The Pomp Letter, and last but not least - a veteran of our armed forces. Times 0:55 - Intro to Pomp 2:00 - El Salvador & Bitcoin Beach 8:10 - Halving 10:00 - Btc as medium of exchange vs store of value (vs other assets) 14:45 - …
 
Public disenchantment with and distrust of American government is at an all-time high and who can blame them? In the face of widespread challenges--everything from record levels of personal and national debt and the sky high cost of education, to gun violence, racial discrimination, an immigration crisis, overpriced pharmaceuticals, and much more--…
 
In this bonus episode, Dave, Ethan, and author Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz continue their picture by picture exploration of the book, Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of Weird Al Yankovic '83 - '86 with Chapter 3: A Glimpse Into The Recording Process Overdubs.By Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz, Ethan Ullman, Dave "Elvis" Rossi
 
Bryan and David answer your Listener Mail and talk through the piece “The Dying Art of the Hatchet Job” (0:35), touch on former president Trump providing an alternate audio feed for the Holyfield-Belfort fight (40:12), and discuss the news that Rachel Bonnetta will join the NFL Network and focus on legalized sports betting content (43:29). Plus, th…
 
James Baldwin is one of the most recommended and discussed authors on this podcast so this week's guest is someone who literally wrote the book on Baldwin. Eddie Glaude is a Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University and his latest book is Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own. he talks to Robin …
 
DeRay, Kaya, Sam, and De'Ara cover the underreported news of the week, including Naomi Osaka, Black surfers, juvenile discrimination, the labor shortage, and car fatalities. DeRay interviews Cliff Albright about Black Voters Matter Fund and the battle for voting rights. DeRay: https://inquest.org/fear-of-the-black-child/ Kaya: https://www.washingto…
 
Little William Francis was a sickly baby that nearly died. Yet Annie and Frank Sr, his doting parents managed to win some prayers from a visiting Baptist, and overlooking his denomination with unforeseen grace, they allowed him to pray for little Frank, and, the child lived. But Frank Sr was a man of steel and anger. And what of school for young Ho…
 
On April 24th, 1891, a Bowery prostitute named Carrie Brown (known locally as "Old Shakespeare") was found murdered and mutilated in the seedy East River Hotel. With the Jack the Ripper murders unsolved and still news, many believed that the notorious killer had traveled across the Atlantic to continue his bloody work in the United States - and thi…
 
Despite, or perhaps because of, the fact that an enormous proportion of medical care worldwide is provided under the auspices of religious organizations, there has been a sustained and systematic campaign to drive out those with religious worldviews from the field of bioethics and indeed, from medicine itself. Obviously, this constitutes blatant di…
 
Doug welcomes Raanan Hershberg, Mary Holland and Geoff Tate to the show. You can find the entire archive of Doug Loves Movies on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com and use promo code "DOUG." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-no…
 
In this bonus episode, Dave, Ethan, and author Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz continue their picture by picture exploration of the book, Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of Weird Al Yankovic '83 - '86 with part 2 of Chapter 2: I Love Rocky Road Video Shoot.By Jon "Bermuda" Schwartz, Ethan Ullman, Dave "Elvis" Rossi
 
We live in strange times. Politics around the world seem to be transforming into something new and often frightening. But this process has a history. In 1989, the bi-polar certainties of the Cold War gave way to a neo-liberal consensus, what Francis Fukuyama termed “the End of History”. Yet with BREXIT and Trump in 2016, the End of History seemed t…
 
Until the recent political shift pushed workers back into the media spotlight, the mainstream media had largely ignored this significant part of American society in favor of the moneyed upscale consumer for more than four decades. Christopher R. Martin now reveals why and how the media lost sight of the American working class and the effects of it …
 
Twenty years have passed since 9/11. Writers Tom Junod and James B. Stewart stop by to remember and reflect on the events of that day. Bryan talks with Stewart to discuss his 2002 New Yorker piece, "The Real Heroes Are Dead," which follows Rick Rescorla—former soldier, officer, security specialist, and hero who helped save thousands of lives on 9/1…
 
Anil Seth has been researching consciousness for over twenty years and now he's released his first book on the subject, Being You. He joins Robin and Josie to talk about the book and what we do and don't know about consciousness. Are trees consciousness? What is panpsychism? Are there levels of consciousness? Why do some people see the letter B as …
 
One day, a young Salvation Army Captain's wife, Hazel can't find her husband, Frank. He went to post some letters and disappeared, right when Colonel Bethe turned up with some serious questions for about the money. Hazel doesn't know what to do, after the last breakdown Frank had had. Reading Hillsong presents, The End of the Beginning, Chapter One…
 
The controversial Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) made headlines around the world in 2016. Supporters called the pipeline key to safely transporting American oil from the Bakken oil fields of the northern plains to markets nationwide, essential to both national security and prosperity. Native activists named it the "black snake," referring to an anci…
 
There are two problems that are typically siloed in the era of #MeToo and mass incarceration: sexual and gender violence, on the one hand, and the state’s unjust, ineffective, and soul-destroying response to it on the other. Is it possible to confront the culture of abuse? Is it possible to hold harm-doers accountable without recourse to a criminal…
 
In Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women (Penguin Random House, 2021), Cornell philosopher Kate Manne offers a radical new framework for understanding misogyny. Ranging widely across the culture, from Harvey Weinstein and the Brett Kavanaugh hearings to “Cat Person” and the political misfortunes of Elizabeth Warren, Manne’s book shows how privil…
 
On March 25, 1935, little George Weyerhaueser, heir to one of the biggest fortunes in America, was kidnapped on his way home from school in Tacoma, Washington. His abductors would keep him manacled in a pit in the middle of the forest as they negotiated a $200,000 ransom with his frantic family. What soon followed would be the largest manhunt in th…
 
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