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Conversations with Tyler

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

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Tyler Cowen engages today’s deepest thinkers in wide-ranging explorations of their work, the world, and everything in between. New conversations every other Wednesday. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
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Psychobabble with Tyler Oakley & Korey Kuhl

Tyler Oakley, Korey Kuhl, and Cadence13

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It's not just crazy talk, it's Psychobabble - the official free audio podcast from YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley. Listen each week as he and his bestie Korey Kuhl bring you a half hour of unfiltered gossip sessions, pop culture scrutiny, and stories never told before.
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Work in Progress with Sophia Bush features frank, funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with people who inspire Sophia about how they’ve gotten to where they are, and where they think they’re still going. These discussions stem from her "aha" moment of realizing you are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.
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Have you ever felt that life was just passing you by, spending day in and day out checking boxes but not truly happy? Tyler and Todd did too, until they sold everything to move into an RV in search of a simpler life. From interviews with inspiring guests who dared to take risks, to conversations on topics ranging from home renovations to the LGBTQ+ experience, this weekly podcast isn’t afraid to take a few tangents in search of life’s biggest questions…with more than a few laughs along the w ...
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Conversations with interesting people. This podcast is brought to you by Authorsunite.com and Infinitepartnershipsystem.com. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/authorsunite/support
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Bestselling author, professor and entrepreneur Scott Galloway combines business insight and analysis with provocative life and career advice. On Mondays, Prof G Markets breaks down what’s moving the capital markets, teaching the basics of financial literacy so you can build economic security. Wednesdays, during Office Hours, Scott answers your questions about business, career, and life. Thursdays, Scott has a conversation with a blue-flame thinker in the innovation economy. And Scott closes ...
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We get very intimate on this weekly show with comedians from all over the world, with the shortest man in comedy Tye Erskin. Join Tye and a new guest as they explore the world of comedy. Expect lively conversations with tons of laughs and quick tips to expand your comedic career.
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Weekly podcast exploring the latest in business, investing, technology, and sustainability in agriculture hosted by Tim and Tyler Nuss. Tim and Tyler interview the entrepreneurs, farmers and leaders that are innovating the food and agriculture industry. Through conversations with guests and their own unique insights, Tim and Tyler are leading the dialogue on modern agriculture - from their own farm journey to the latest investment trends. Learn more at www.TheModernAcre.com
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The Political Scene | The New Yorker

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

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Join The New Yorker’s writers and editors for reporting, insight, and analysis of the most pressing political issues of our time. On Mondays, David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, presents conversations and feature stories about current events. On Wednesdays, the senior editor Tyler Foggatt goes deep on a consequential political story via far-reaching interviews with staff writers and outside experts. And, on Fridays, the staff writers Susan B. Glasser, Jane Mayer, and Evan Osnos disc ...
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What's at stake for faith freedom for all in our world today? Join the conversation on religion and the law, including the most significant cases concerning religion and religious liberty at the U.S. Supreme Court and the continuing impact of Christian nationalism. As lawyers and people of faith, BJC Executive Director Amanda Tyler and General Counsel Holly Hollman think these topics deserve respectful conversation -- something that we don’t always hear in the public square or our social med ...
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Cosmere Conversations

Tyler Shotwell & Brooke Silva

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Two lovers of the Cosmere explore the universe created by Brandon Sanderson with biweekly episodes discussing the intricacies of this literary masterpiece. Episodes begin with background information on the Cosmere itself and develop to be more specific regarding each world/novel. We discuss the crossovers, magic systems, and characters in great detail. For fans of Sanderson, literature, epic stories, magic, and sexy podcast hosts. #AllSpoilers
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All three Go Long podcasts are accessible right here. Tyler Dunne co-hosts the "Go Long Show" with Jim Monos, the "Ty & Bob Pod" with Bob McGinn and, also, "FAVRE" with Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre. Subscribers can also hang out with former players from around the NFL on our Happy Hour sessions. Subscribe to GoLongTD.com to access everything. www.golongtd.com
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Hope Without Sight

Saylor Cooper and Tyler Evans

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The Purpose of this podcast is to inspire listeners that anyone can do anything they set their mind to, regardless of their circumstances or obstacles that may get in the way. This show will feature testimonies of those who have been at their lowest point in life and how they have climbed all the way to the top.
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Real Talk

Reformed Perspective

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Real Talk is a podcast presented by Reformed Perspective focused on having meaningful and honest conversations with subject experts about the various challenges and issues facing the Reformed church community. Hosted by Lucas Holtvluwer and Tyler Vanderwoude, Real Talk aims to inform your discussions and inspire you to have challenging but important conversations with fellow Christians in the spirit of brotherly love.
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Just like our relationships with other humans in our lives, our relationships with our dogs are dynamic and complex. We believe that for those relationships to flourish or to find resolution when those relationships become strained, we must attend to them thoughtfully and with care. Welcome to the Consider the Dog podcast, created from archived recordings of live sessions where our members get to ask their most burning questions to some of the greatest practitioners of Canine Behavior. Hoste ...
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Inside the Tide Podcast is designed to captivate both parents and parents-to-be, featuring a variety of engaging conversations with unique guests. The show's primary goal is to offer parents unconventional perspectives and innovative strategies for raising their children, with the aim of enhancing not only the growth of their kids, but also the personal development of the parents themselves. Tyler Jeklinski, podcast host and founder of Our Planet Therapy Company, which provides nature-based ...
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All Quiet on the Second Front

Second Front | Soulfire Productions

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If Between Two Ferns and C-SPAN had a child, it would be All Quiet on the Second Front. Blending the very best (and the worst) of government gravitas with technical expertise, Second Front Systems’ Chief Executive Officer, Tyler Sweatt, cuts through the noise and the bureaucratic BS surrounding all things defense tech, national security, and government markets. Be warned: this is not your typical military or government podcast. As host, Tyler has an uncanny ability to get people to talk hone ...
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Wrongful Conviction

Lava for Good Podcasts

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Hosted by celebrated criminal justice reform advocate and founding board member of the Innocence Project Jason Flom, and Pulitzer prize-winning podcast host and producer Maggie Freleng, Wrongful Conviction features intimate conversations with men and women who have spent years in prison for crimes they maintain they did not commit. Some have been fully exonerated and reunited with family and friends while others continue to languish, with some even facing execution on death row. Each episode ...
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Hosts Jim, Tyler and Lorenzo are all dads with different family dynamics. Jim is married with two daughters; Tyler is divorced with one daughter and Lorenzo is married with a son and daughter. Each week they talk about things that they go through as dads. Tune in for all their nonsense, the ”Home Improvement” segment and of course, Dad jokes!
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Tyler Brunner is an award-winning podcast creator and former sports broadcaster who’s obsessed with telling stories and learning the stories of everyone he meets. Episodes include interviews with individuals from the sports and media world, including athletes, photographers, broadcasters, coaches, and more, who go beyond to succeed in life and conversations about current sports events.
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This show was created to impact youth and young adults through conversations center around financial literacy and spending habits. Episodes are a mix between advice and guests speaking on their experiences with specific financial topics. Stay blessed and continue towards your success!
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L&D in Action is a podcast for learning leaders whose goal is to create a culture of learning within their organization. Each episode features conversations on how learning and development can maximize your employees’ potential, keep them engaged and have some fun along the way. We’ll speak with CLOs, instructional designers, executive coaches, HR leaders, consultants, and more. If you’re looking for the best ways to turn learning into action, then you’ve found the right community.
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Raw, deep, and unfiltered conversations with purpose driven people. Our goal is to help you gain perspective on life, become more intelligent, and to inspire you to go for your real dream. Guest include entrepreneurs, coaches, pro athletes, health experts, and more. Host: Zach Day
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Multifamily Unpacked

Multifamily Unpacked

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Our lane is multifamily tech, how it influences property management companies and ultimately renters' experience finding their next home. To be clear, we’ll stay in our lane. In this podcast, we are privileged to sit down with some of the best minds in multifamily, learn directly from them, and share what we learned with you. We’re here to have honest conversations with the leaders of this industry and the tech that defines it. Tune in to learn about what could be better, and the solutions t ...
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Truth and facts are what viewers can expect from ‘Indisputable with Dr. Rashad Richey.’ On the show, Dr. Richey delivers a heavy dose of fact-based truth with all his signature passion and insight. Every day Dr. Richey comments on the top news stories about criminal justice, politics, social justice, policy and racism and welcomes a Conservative into 'The Bullpen' for a fiery debate.
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A podcast featuring Mike Gioseffi and Jesse Gibson that’s about sports, the Sports card market, and how to make money with this hobby. Who you should be buying and selling - along with the occasional fantasy football advice.
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From relationship advice that strengthens your bond to fitness strategies that fit into your busy life as parents, our podcast is your go-to source for holistic well-being. Tune in for engaging discussions that blend the worlds of love, health, and parenthood, providing you with valuable perspectives and actionable takeaways. It's time to thrive in all aspects of your life, and our podcast is here to guide you on that empowering journey. *Kayla and Tyler are not mental health professionals. ...
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Vistas & Voices is a podcast dedicated to exploring the land within Canada. We dive into conversations with land managers, artists, athletes, and professionals whose lives and careers are intertwined with Canada’s diverse landscapes. The podcast is a journey of discovery, aiming to uncover the countless ways Canadian landscapes are appreciated and conserved. You’ll hear stories and gain insights from individuals who have a unique connection with Canada’s natural settings. Whether you’re an a ...
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Cow-Side Conversations

Center for Dairy Excellence

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“Cowside Conversations” is a monthly podcast brought to you by the Center for Dairy Excellence. We’ve heard time and time again that dairy farmers learn the most from other dairy farmers. So, in this podcast we’re going to share real-time farmer insight, tricks of the trade, and inspiring stories from dairies across Pennsylvania.
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Everything Is Stories

Mike Martinez & Tyler Wray

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Created and produced by Mike Martinez and Tyler Wray, Everything is Stories is an ongoing survey of personal histories. Each episode is a first person narrative from someone who has lived through consequential changes to their notion of self and the world. Harry Crews said it best: “Nothing is allowed to die in a society of story telling people. It is all–the good and the bad–carted up and brought along from one generation to the next. And everything that is brought along is colored and shap ...
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Tyler Bryden, the founder of Speak, Entrepreneur, Mental Health Advocate, Growth Marketer, Hip-Hop Head and Former Hockey player discusses speech, communication, self-improvement, life, current events, marketing, spirituality, mental health, psychedelics, and making a better life.
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From the team behind Cyclist Magazine, this is a podcast for lovers of all things cycling, whether you’re a sucker for a sportive, a carbon fibre connoisseur or just Bernard Hinault’s biggest fan. Hosts James Spender and Emma Cole bring you in-depth conversations from within the world of cycling by the people that know it best, with new episodes every other Thursday. Guests have included the likes of Greg LeMond, Tyler Hamilton, Sean Kelly, Krishnan Guru-Murthy and more. Make sure to subscri ...
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Arts Calling Podcast

Jaime Alejandro Cruz

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Arts Calling brings you down to earth conversations with artists in the literary, visual, and performing arts. Your host Jaime Alejandro catches up with friends and artists across disciplines and cultural backgrounds to learn their origin story, how to overcome real-world hardships, and why it is essential to remain true to an artistic calling. Stop by artscalling.com for the latest episodes!
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Special interview with Mo’Nique And Sidney Hicks where we play the audio of their phone conversation with Tyler Perry. Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT) Interview Guests: Mo’Nique and Sidney Hicks *** SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/IndisputableTYT FACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/IndisputableTYT TWITTER: ☞ https://www.…
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A conductor, harpsichordist, and organist, Masaaki Suzuki stands as a towering figure in Baroque music, renowned for his comprehensive and top-tier recordings of Bach's works, including all of Bach's sacred and secular cantatas. Suzuki's unparalleled dedication extends beyond Bach, with significant contributions to the works of Mozart, Handel, and …
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The 2024 season is officially underway with the NFL Combine. General managers and coaches and scouts and agents all convened in Indianapolis to negotiate contracts and study college prospects. As always, the quarterbacks take center stage. This year, nearly a third of the NFL has to make a decision at the most important position in sports. Everythi…
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Nicaragua Must Survive: Sandinista Revolutionary Diplomacy in the Global Cold War (University of California Press, 2023) tells the story of the Sandinistas' innovative diplomatic campaign, which captured the imaginations of people around the globe and transformed Nicaraguan history at the tail end of the Cold War. The Sandinistas' diplomacy went fa…
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In this episode of High Theory, Jonathan Kramnick talks about Close Reading. Contrary to the name, it is less a form of slow or focused reading than an immersive practice of writing. The classic methodology of New Criticism has become, in Kramnick’s estimation, the shared foundation of literary studies in the university. Our conversation was inspir…
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Posthuman Gaming: Avatars, Gamers, and Entangled Subjectivities (Routledge, 2023) explores the relationship between avatar and gamer in the massively multiplayer online roleplaying game World of Warcraft, to examine notions of entangled subjectivity, affects, and embodiments – what it means and how it feels to be posthuman. With a focus on posthuma…
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Kristine M. McCusker's book Just Enough to Put Him Away Decent: Death Care, Life Extension, and the Making of a Healthier South, 1900-1955 (U Illinois Press, 2023) takes, as its focus, the combined history of death and health in the American South between 1900 and 1955. The text is ambitious in scope, and weaves together multiple oral histories to …
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In Comedy Book:: How Comedy Conquered Culture–and the Magic That Makes It Work (FSG, 2023), Jesse David Fox—the country’s most definitive voice in comedy criticism and someone who, in his own words, enjoys comedy “maybe more than anyone on this planet”—tackles everything you need to know about comedy, an art form that has been under-considered thro…
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Why do some devout Christians support authoritarian leaders who threaten the very democracies that protect religious freedoms? The resounding support from evangelical and conservative Christians for strident culture hawks like Donald Trump and other far right leaders may appear surprising, but exist within a long and broad history that spans contin…
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Mpho Ngoepe and Sindiso Bhebhe's Indigenous Archives in Postcolonial Contexts: Recalling the Pasts (Routledge, 2024) revisits the definition of a record and extends it to include memory, murals, rock art paintings and other objects. Drawing on five years of research and examples from Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa, Mpho Ngoepe and Sindiso Bheb…
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How did men cope with sexual health issues in early modern England? In Men's Sexual Health in Early Modern England (Amsterdam University Press, 2023), Dr. Jennifer Evans presents a vivid history that investigates how sexual, reproductive, and genitourinary conditions were understood between 1580 and 1740. Drawing on medical sources and personal tes…
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Heather L. Montgomery writes for kids who are wild about animals, masterfully employing yuck appeal to engage young minds. Her 17 nonfiction books include Something Rotten: A Fresh Look at Roadkill, What's in your Pocket? Collecting Nature's Treasures, and Bugs Don't Hug: Six Legged Parents and their Kids. Here we celebrate Heather's brand new book…
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Amanda Griffiths returns to the Bullpen to discuss Trump's immunity claim before SCOTUS. Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT) Bullpen Guest: Amanda Griffiths *** SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/IndisputableTYT FACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/IndisputableTYT TWITTER: ☞ https://www.twitter.com/IndisputableTYT INSTAGRAM: ☞ h…
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E. Jean Carroll drops 'one week to pay' threat on Trump. 2 DeKalb County officers indicted in the deadly shooting of Marando Salmon. Family of Black teen seen handcuffed by police reached a settlement and much more. Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT) Guest Host: Rayyvana (@RayyvanaTTV) *** SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/Ind…
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Clayton Van Horn (@clayton_van_horn on IG) is a content creator and videographer for the Kansas City Royals Triple-A team, the Omaha Storm Chasers, and his journey to this point has been nothing short of awesome! He produced a multi-episode documentary called "Unsanctioned" which gave him an opportunity to grow his passion of video editing and give…
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Fred Moskowitz, an author, entrepreneur, and speaker, passionately advocates for the exploration of alternative asset classes like real estate and notes, aiming to enlighten individuals about diversifying their investments beyond traditional avenues like Wall Street. Through "The Little Green Book Of Note Investing," Fred offers a succinct yet comp…
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The Washington Roundtable: In the Michigan primary on Tuesday, more than a hundred thousand Michigan Democrats chose “uncommitted” instead of voting for Biden, as a protest of his support for Israel’s military campaign in Gaza. In Dearborn, which is home to a large Arab American and Muslim population, fifty-seven per cent of the vote was “uncommitt…
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Lee Gutkind is the founder of the literary magazine, Creative Nonfiction. He’s edited or authored over 30 books during his time on the faculty of, first, the University of Pittsburgh and, more recently, Arizona State University. His latest book is The Fine Art of Literary Fist-Fighting: How a Bunch of Rabble-Rousers, Outsiders, and Ne’er-do-wells C…
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The use of disability as a metaphor is ubiquitous in popular culture – nowhere more so than in the myths, stereotypes and tropes around blindness. To be 'blind' has never referred solely to the inability to see. Instead blindness has been used as shorthand for, among other things, a lack of understanding, immorality, closeness to death, special ins…
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Aboveground, Manhattan’s Riverside Park provides open space for the densely populated Upper West Side. Beneath its surface run railroad tunnels, disused for decades, where over the years unhoused people have taken shelter. The sociologist Terry Williams ventured into the tunnel residents’ world, seeking to understand life on the margins and out of …
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The focus of the research on populism as a category of political analysis has mostly been on domestic politics and can be traced back to the 1960s. Only in the last two decades this field of inquiry taken a more focused and specialized hue, involving systematic attempts to investigate populist governments’ behavior in the international arena. ... W…
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Nayereh Doosti speaks to managing editor Emily Everett about her story “The Little One,” which appears in The Common’s most recent issue. Nayereh talks about the many inspirations behind this story, which follows an older Iranian man coming to America, where he feels out of place with his family members, the community, and the younger generations. …
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Lifelong alcoholic Joe McGivney drank himself into brain damage and permanent disability. The day after being placed into the assisted care he would need for rest of his life, he sprang back to full recovery, restored health—it was a medical impossibility—for which he credits the intercession of Blessed Father Michael McGivney, his distant relative…
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Empires are one of the most common forms of political structure in history—yet no empire is alike. We have our “standard” view of empire: perhaps the Romans, or the China of the Qin and Han Dynasties—vast polities that cover numerous different people, knit together by strong institutions from a political center. But where do, say, the empires of th…
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Artificial intelligence may be the most transformative technology of our time. As AI's power grows, so does the need to figure out what--and who--this technology is really for. AI Needs You argues that it is critical for society to take the lead in answering this urgent question and ensuring that AI fulfills its promise. Verity Harding draws inspir…
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Why did khadi become so central to India’s freedom struggle? How did it evolve into an international trademark – and what does khadi signify in India today? In this episode, Kenneth Bo Nielsen talks to Subhadeep Chowdhury about the political, cultural, and economic importance of khadi, the famous handspun and woven natural fiber cloth that we often…
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Ryan Wolfson-Ford’s provocative new book, Forsaken Causes: Liberal Democracy and Anticommunism in Cold War Laos (U Wisconsin Press, 2024), is an intellectual history of Laos during the Cold War. The book challenges the established view that Cold War Laos was a plaything of foreign powers, particularly France, the United States, and North Vietnam. I…
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Part 1 The Sistas embark on Season 4 with Shakespearean actor, dancer, drummer and beautifully Black David Ajala. We also learn some important tid-bits about season 5 of Star Trek: Discovery. Find out more about David Ajala: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2916966/ Twitter: @iamdavidajala IG: @davidajala Watch Star Trek: Discovery on Paramount+: https:…
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A Houston attorney was fired after sending a threatening letter to a Black female judge. Anderson Cooper spars with Nina Turner over Palestinians. Black Man Discovered Hanging from Tree In North Georgia Forest and much more. Host: Dr. Rashad Richey (@IndisputableTYT) Guest Host: Jordan Uhl (@JordanUhl) *** SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtub…
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Mike and Jesse discuss the news of Collectors’ purchase of SGC and what it means for PSA and SGC (1:05). Then, they are joined with Darren Rovell—who broke the news—to talk about how it all went down (10:42). Later, they talk about Topps Series 1 missing the “first card" designation (32:56) before answering your mailbag questions (1:04:39). Hosts: …
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Tune into this compelling episode of the Caleb Hyers Podcast featuring guest Jim Baker, as they explore the concept of wealth through a biblical lens. This discussion offers a unique blend of spiritual and practical wisdom, focusing on how Christians can navigate the complexities of wealth in today's world. Learn about the biblical perspective on p…
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An alarming ruling from the Alabama Supreme Court is leading to the shutdown of in vitro fertilization clinics, and the concurrence’s use of Scripture and Christian theology is causing additional concerns. Amanda Tyler and Holly Hollman look at this troubling ruling, the various religious views on life, and why it’s an issue for a justice to cite t…
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Join us this week as we tee off with Josh Chang to discuss the latest trends and developments in the world of putter collecting, the re-emergence of the sports card hobby, and a little Florida Swing talk. We shift gears to the nostalgic realm of baseball card collecting, exploring the history, value, and excitement of building your own card collect…
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In 1817, in a region of the eastern coast of British India then known as Cuttack, a group of Paiks, the area's landed militia, began agitating against the East India Company's government, burning down government buildings and looting the treasury. While the attacks were initially understood as an attempt to return the territory's native ruler to po…
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In Tamil Nadu, the nine-night autumnal Navarātri festival can be viewed as a celebration of feminine powers in association with the goddess. Ina Marie Lunde Ilkama's book The Play of the Feminine (HASP, 2023) explores Navarātri as it is celebrated in the South Indian temple town of Kanchipuram. It investigates the local mythologies of the goddess, …
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The basement of a veteran shopping mall located in the central business district of Singapore affords opportunities to a group of amateur and semi-professional musicians, of different ethnicities, ages, and generations to make a sonic way of life. Based on five years of deep participatory experience, this multi-modal (text, musical composition, soc…
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The ideal of ‘conversation’ recurs in modern thought as a symbol and practice central to ethics, democratic politics, and thinking itself. Interweaving readings of fiction and philosophy in a ‘conversational’ style inspired by Stanley Cavell, Fiction, Philosophy and the Ideal of Conversation (Edinburgh UP, 2023) clarifies this lofty yet vague ideal…
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David Leonhardt, a senior writer at The New York Times, where he writes “The Morning” newsletter, joins Scott to discuss themes from his book, “Ours Was the Shining Future: The Story of the American Dream.” We hear about the state of the US economy, investments that could fuel economic growth, and how the political parties have contributed to a dec…
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Japan is often imagined as a nation with a long history of whaling. In The Gods of the Sea: Whales and Coastal Communities in Northeast Japan, c.1600-2019 (Cambridge UP, 2023), Fynn Holm argues that for centuries some regions in early modern Japan did not engage in whaling. In fact, they were actively opposed to it, even resorting to violence when …
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In a world of border walls and obstacles to migration, a lottery where winners can gain permanent residency in the United States sounds too good to be true. Just as unlikely is the idea that the United States would make such visas available to foster diversity within a country where systemic racism endures. But in 1990, the United States Diversity …
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The Reality of the Message: Psychoanalysis in the Wake of Jean Laplanche (Unconscious in Translation, 2023) compiles papers written by Dominique Scarfone. Each paper is followed by a conversation about the paper between the author and Avgi Saketopoulou. "I propose we have a conversation after each of your essays as a way to engage your work, to ask…
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Kip, Leslie, and Kira are outliers—even in the metal scene they love. In arch-conservative Gulf Coast Florida in the late 1980s, just listening to metal can get you arrested, but for the three of them the risk is well worth it, because metal is what leads them to one another. Different as they are, Kip, Leslie, and Kira form a family of sorts that …
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Are you facing writing roadblocks? There are many guides on how to make your writing match academic standards, so why aren’t there any on how to make yourself actually write? How can you get to PhDone if life keeps getting in the way? Can you get there if you are a care-giver? Facing illness, or work responsibilities? Dealing with anxiety? In the m…
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On Saturday, June 23, 1973, a man attacked Anne Kane outside of her apartment in Boston, MA. The man forced her inside, beat her, robbed her, raped her, and then kidnapped her dragging her all over the city for the next 6 and a half hours. She escaped into a local firehouse and ran away before the police arrived. A few days later, she identified Ty…
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This week, Modya and David discuss the Torah portion of Ki Tisa (Exodus 30:11-34:35) in light of the character trait of anavah (humility). Their wide-ranging discussion covers such topics as what humility is and isn't; the perils of both arrogance and low self-esteem; the Mishkan, and how it represents the space we must maintain for the Divine; and…
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