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Sustainable Dish Podcast is a show hosted by nutritionist, author and sustainability advocate Diana Rodgers. Learn about healthy living, eco-eating, and regenerative food production from leading experts in their fields.
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The Messy Intersection explores the tangled-up place where a generation of parents seeks to raise body-confident intuitive eaters while simultaneously undoing decades of their own diet culture learnings. Guests share stories and insight about about feeding kids, feeding ourselves, intuitive eating, stress, anxiety, the mental load and raising kids with the resilience to defy diet culture and develop a healthy relationship with food. Hosted by registered dietitian Diana Rice, RD of @anti.diet ...
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Scene to Song

Shoshana Greenberg

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Hosted by writer Shoshana Greenberg, Scene to Song brings on a guest to talk about a musical, musical theater writer, or a topic or trend in musical theater. Theme music by Julia Meinwald.
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The Revelation Project

Monica Rodgers | Revelation Media LLC

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The Revelation Project is an individual and holistic movement that disrupts the trance of unworthiness and lifts the veils of personal illusion and cultural deception that keep us from remembering our divinity and inherent wholeness. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences that awaken, liberate and activate awareness. Join us to investigate vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal more magic, wonder, and beauty than we ever tho ...
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A series of unfair and wildly speculative investigations, critiques and interpretations exposing the hidden meanings of overplayed smooth radio pop songs. Featured in "Top 10 Pop Podcasts on the Planet”. Support the show at https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/peter-davis6/subscribe Regular segments: Internet Theories, Misheard Lyrics, Listener Comments. Visit https://speakpipe.com/lyrics to record us your own voicemail hot-take on your smooth pop song of suckiness and you could be on a f ...
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The best podcast covering deep analysis of the NBA, NFL, college sports and more. Which also includes interviews with recognizable faces of the game and entertaining personalities. We even mix in some business ​and culture topics for fun too. Check it out for a great listen!
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In this episode, multi-disciplinary black femme storyteller AriDy Nox discusses how Elphaba and Galinda/Glinda from Wicked are absolutely gay. We also talk about the song "The Spark of Creation" from the 1991 Stephen Schwartz and John Caird musical Children of Eden. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode …
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Verse 1]You're beautiful, that's for sureYou'll never ever fadeYou're lovely, but it's not for sureThat I won't ever change[Pre-Chorus]And though my love is rareThough my love is true[Chorus]I'm like a bird, I'll only fly awayI don't know where my soul is (Soul is)I don't know where my home isAnd baby, all I nee…
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Brendan Abban recaps the NCAA Tournament on both the men and women's side. He details what made this tournament special and how it is promising for the future of basketball. He then talks about the comments made by Diana Taurasi toward the upcoming WNBA rookies including Caitlin Clark. Then he discusses Luka Doncic's realistic odds of winning NBA M…
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In this episode, podcaster, actor, and playwright/screenwriter Matt Koplik discusses Jeanine Tesori musicals. We also talk about the song "Changing My Major" from the 2015 Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron musical Fun Home. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musical theater, or if you’d like to be…
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Brendan Abban is joined by Shaquille Oatmeal to discuss the Golden State Warriors dimming playoff hopes and how Draymond Green is contributing to their downfall. They also discuss whether or not the Houston Rockets can snatch the final play-in spot from the Warriors. They then get into the weird byproducts coming from sports betting and further ram…
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In this episode, home care nurse and educator BethAnn Freed Cohen discusses the bimbo, or ditz, character in Sondheim musicals. We also talk about the song "Glitter and Be Gay" from the 1956 Leonard Bernstein, Richard Wilbur, and Lillian Hellman musical Candide. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or a…
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Introduction]I like small speakersI like tall speakersIf they've music they're wired for sound[Verse 1]Walking about with a head full of musicCassette in my pocket and I'm gonna use itStereoOut on the street, you knowOhohohohohohoho, oho[Verse 2]Into the car, go to work and I'm cruisingI never think that I'll bl…
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Brendan Abban is joined by Shaquille Oatmeal to breakdown LeBron's recent comments about Steph Curry and Allen Iverson being the most impactful players on the NBA that he has seen. They then discuss all the issues with the Lakers and why they are not title contenders. They then get into whether or not the Denver Nuggets have actual competition out …
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In this episode, bookwriter, lyricist, and composer Jason K Purdy discusses neurodivergence and disability representation in Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas's 2005 musical The Light in the Piazza. We also talk about the song "Drift" from the 2023 Rebekah Greer Melocik and Jacob Yandura musical How to Dance in Ohio. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.c…
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In this episode I interview the amazing Diana Kelly and Dan Morris about the lost creation story of Sophia and her critical role in understanding the times we are living in which also offers rare insights into who we are, where we came from and how we might fulfill our latent potential as human beings. We discuss current events happening in the Mid…
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Brendan Abban dives into the MVP race and gives his thoughts on what Jayson Tatum's realistic chances are to win the award. He then talks about Kevin Durant's comments about how he is not appreciated as a leader in the NBA. He then talks about Kevin O'Conner's comments about Victor Wembanyama possibly becoming the best defender of all time?! All th…
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In this episode, theater content creators Will Anderson and Rachael Joyce-Anderson, also known as The Theater Lovers, discuss comedy songs in musical theater. We also talk about the song "Adelaide's Lament" from the 1950 Frank Loesser, Jo Swerling, and Abe Burrows musical Guys and Dolls. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or ques…
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Brendan Abban talks the fallout from the Super Bowl and the Kansas City Chiefs winning their third Super Bowl in five seasons. He discusses what it would look like for them to win three straight and the events of the Super Bowl parade. He also dives into NBA All-Star weekend and its numerous issues. He provides a fix for the game that takes from th…
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In this episode, educator and trainer Christopher Culp discusses class, race, and gender anxiety in Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's 1982 musical Little Shop of Horrors, looking at both the stage musical and the film. We also talk about "Somewhere That's Green" from Little Shop of Horrors. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or que…
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Brendan Abban gives his Super Bowl predictions and all the story lines stemming from what could be a prolific matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. He makes his picks for who will win this matchup of titans and picks his Super Bowl MVP. He also breaks down his favorite betting lines and prop bets to make money. Thank you f…
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Intro]OhOh, oohOh, oohOh, yeah[Verse 1]You have so many relationships in this lifeOnly one or two will lastYou go through all the pain and strifeThen you turn your back and they're gone so fastOh, yeahAnd they're gone so fast, yeah[Verse 2]Oh, so hold on the ones who really careIn the end, they'll be the only on…
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In this episode, writer, researcher, and New York City historian Keith Taillon (@KeithYorkCity) discusses Leonard Bernstein's New York City, looking at three of his big musicals: On the Town, Wonderful Town, and West Side Story and the neighborhoods that tell their stories. We also talk about the song "I'm Here" from Brenda Russell, Allee Willis, S…
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The NBA is at the halfway mark so I decided it was time to bust out the halftime awards and accolades so far for teams, players, coaches, etc. I'm joined by ShaquilleOatmeal to discuss our top 3 teams and players currently. As well as our top 3 most disappointing teams. Also, our top 3 biggest surprises of the season so far. So much to discuss on t…
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In this episode of the Revelation Project Podcast, host Monica Rogers interviews Tom Paladino, a pioneer in the field of scalar energy. Scalar energy is a fundamental life force that originates from the sun and stars and can be harnessed for healing purposes. Tom shares his journey of discovering and researching scalar energy, inspired by scientist…
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In this episode, I dive into a deep and nourishing conversation with Sarah Marshank author of Being Selfish and Selfistry: A Guide to Embodying Timeless Spiritual Wisdom. We talk about her own journey from escort to monk to spiritual guide, and what she discovered about what it takes to become an authentic, grounded, creative and integrated being i…
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This is a must listen for women battling sexual shame or body dysmorphia In this episode of The Revelation Project Podcast we explore women's issues and celebrate the courage of artists who challenge societal norms through their art. Topics discussed include labiaplasty, sex toys, female anatomy, body acceptance, censorship and so much more. Michae…
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In this episode, six of this season's guests--Caseen Gaines (Episode 87: Eubie Blake, Noble Sissle, Flournoy Miller, and Aubrey Lyles’s Shuffle Along), Mike Meaney (Episode 90: The Lyrics of Yip Harburg), Christopher Culp (Episode 100: TV Musical Episodes Part II), Tammy Tuckey (Episode 101: David Bryan and Joe DiPietro’s Diana), BethAnn Cohen (Epi…
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Perhaps upon first glance, when the terror of the world is breathing down our necks, we refuse to see how capable we are of meeting it. Perhaps we think, our hearts were not made to contend with the immensity of what’s happening- the chaos the sensory input, the imminent threat of climate change, or the video footage of the atrocities happening aro…
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In this episode, writer Victoria Myers discusses Mary Rodgers, Marshall Barer, Jay Thompson, and Dean Fuller's 1959 musical Once Upon a Mattress, looking at the comedy in musical theater, female protagonists, and the upcoming Encores! production. We also talk about the song "Just in Time" from Jule Styne, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green's 1956 music…
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In this episode, I introduce Paul Levy, a pioneer in spiritual emergence and the author of Undreaming Wetiko: Breaking the Spell of the Nightmare Mind Virus. I’ve been fascinated by this concept for years, since it ties in with how I describe the way the “trance of unworthiness” impacts women. In fact, I think Wetiko and “the trance” may be the sam…
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Brendan Abban sits down to talk about the recent Thanksgiving holiday and Black Friday/Cyber Monday escapades. As well as drama in the Bay Area concerning Klay Thompson and his season for the Golden State Warriors. He then discusses the NBA in-season tournament and how it has been a boon for quality basketball and engaging narratives. Then he discu…
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Intro]I don't want a lot for ChristmasThere is just one thing I needI don't care about the presentsUnderneath the Christmas treeI just want you for my ownMore than you could ever knowMake my wish come trueAll I want for Christmas is you, yeah [Verse 1]I don't want a lot for ChristmasThere is just one thing I nee…
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The real revelation came when Glynda-Lee Hoffmann started studying the Hebrew letters of the Qabalah,their patterns of energy and the profound messages they hold for us. In a moment of awe, she discovered the explosive birth of the universe encoded within the Genesis story that exposes an incredible secret about the role of Women in our human story…
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Brendan Abban dives into the current situation surrounding James Harden and the Los Angeles Clippers. Doing a deep dive on the issues the team has been facing. He then dives in the firing of Buffalo Bills coordinator Ken Dorsey and what role Josh Allen's play had in the firing. He then touches on the Boston Celtics strong start and how well they ha…
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In this episode, filmmaker, actress, podcaster, and singer Tammy Tuckey discusses David Bryan and Joe DiPietro's 2021 musical Diana. We also talk about the song "Vivre" from Riccardo Cocciante and Luc Plamondon's 1998 French musical Notre-Dame de Paris. You can write to scenetosong@gmail.com with a comment or question about an episode or about musi…
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Brendan Abban discusses the woes of the New York Jets quarterback situation and how their outlook appears midway through the season. As well as how Aaron Rodgers may be adding fuel to the fire. Then he responds to some comments LeBron James made on how his career would have panned out had he NOT gone to the Miami Heat. Fun set of topics. Hope you a…
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What would it mean if the voice of God were a woman? Many of you are familiar with my beloved returning guest and Scholar, Dr. Celene Lillie, from our episode together about her book The Rape of Eve an episode that continues to be one of my most popular. Today she joins me for an inspiring, evocative, gender-bending, and ever-twisting exploration o…
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Brendan Abban and Snaquille Oatmeal dive into the current sports news. James Harden FINALLY is traded to the Los Angeles Clippers. Chase Young being traded from the Washington Commanders to the San Francisco 49ers. Davante Adams is stuck in receiver purgatory with the Raiders. Then we touch on Giannis Antetokounmpo saying the Milwaukee Bucks are Da…
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In this impactful episode of the Revelation Project podcast, I welcome author Patrice D'Amato, who shares her experiences and insights from her experiences as a nurse in an abortion clinic in her book, "The View from the Clinic”. Her book explores the emotionally charged world of abortion and challenges the shameful and secretive nature of this con…
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We’ve reached the final episode of the Sustainable Dish podcast, and I am joined by my friend Robb Wolf to help me close it out. During this casual conversation, we look back on how our ideologies and priorities have changed over the years - from the time of a dogmatic approach to Paleo to now when we are better able to incorporate nuance when it’s…
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In this episode, educator and trainer Christopher Culp discusses TV musical episodes, using the first episode on this topic as a jumping off point to include the new Star Trek Strange New Worlds musical episode and relating it to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode and many more. We also talk about the "Tonight (Quintet)" from Leonard Bern…
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Meet my amazing guest, Ronna Dietrich, the author of Rewriting Eve: Rescuing Women's Stories from the Bible and Reclaiming Them as Our Own. Biblical stories have long caused tremendous harm to women, not because of what they say, per say but because of how they have been interpreted over the centuries. These “sacred” stories have been used to silen…
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Play along at home with the lyrics: [Verse 1]I've gotta take a little timeA little time to think things overI better read between the linesIn case I need it when I'm older [Verse 2]Now, this mountain, I must climbFeels like a world upon my shouldersThrough the clouds, I see love shineIt keeps me warm as life grows colder [Pre-Chorus]In my life, the…
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