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Every week, Hailey Elizabeth will dive into the crazy, the creepy, and the unexpected on her new true crime podcast “Behind You”. This is everything you’ve loved about her YouTube true crime series, with even more hair-raising and spine-chilling details than ever before.
 
In 2017 Ashley Brooke James (a black woman) and Elizabeth Moore (a white woman) met during their yoga teacher training. The following year they joined forces to create their company: TRILUNA. In the Wellness, Community, Magic podcast they settle in, get cozy, and talk hard truths about the wellness world with the many friends they have met and made along the way. They have a pro donut, anti-racist, Glenda-the-good-witch agenda, and they are here to take on diet culture, racism, and elitism b ...
 
There’s a massive awakening underway – can you feel it? If you’ve got that nagging tug inside that you’re meant for more, you’re right. If you’re ready to jump the ruts of your routines and feel purpose coursing through your veins, you can. If you ache for profound divine connection and clear guidance to master your moment, I’ve got good news with a chaser of truth talk: What you seek seeks you, but it’s not all love and light. It takes grit and guts to step into your purpose. But lovely, it ...
 
Bullseye from NPR is your curated guide to culture. Jesse Thorn hosts in-depth interviews with brilliant creators, culture picks from our favorite critics and irreverent original comedy. Bullseye has been featured in Time, The New York Times, GQ and McSweeney's, which called it "the kind of show people listen to in a more perfect world." (Formerly known as The Sound of Young America.)
 
A podcast about the group of people caught in between the millennial and Generation Z generations, and how we navigate jobs, love, dreams, goals, travel, friendships, whims, icks, and so much more. We’ll feature business owners, dreamers, hustlers (not the JLO kind *ba dum tss*), world travelers, and straight up super cool people who are 90s and early 20s babies. Hosted by Lindsey McAlister.
 
The Feminist Agenda is a podcast that will explore what it means to be a professional feminist, how to bring feminism into your work no matter what you do, and we’ll talk about how we keep our agendas organized. Some guests have women's studies degrees, some don't. Learn how you can make any job a feminist job. The Feminist Agenda aims to be a mini-podcast. We get you in and out of the conversation because we know there is a lot of patriarchy to smash and white supremacy to address.
 
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Pinehurst-Southern Pines-Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Paradise in the Pines is a podcast about the people, places and stories that make this destination the Home of American Golf. While the Pinehurst Area is known worldwide for golf, the destination has a vibe all its own and beckons all travelers to experience the charm, history and culture unlike any other place in North Carolina.
 
"Mystery in the Radio Waves" is a podcast where a cast of actors and comedians perform a classic radio play and then improvise jokes, characters, and stories. What the fuck are radio plays and where do they come from? Well...The Golden Age of Radio was an era of radio in the U.S. in the 1920's to the 1960's where the main source of entertainment was radio programming before people owned televisions on a larger scale. The programs would have the same range as tv shows today. There were weekly ...
 
Storytelling is an incredibly powerful tool. Sharing our lived experiences with each other in the form of stories has the ability to change and grow everyday events into lessons that reach beyond the storytellers’ personal experience and connect us together into a community. Life and... is a new podcast centered on first-person, true experiences, created in partnership between the Lackawanna & Luzerne Medical Societies, Scranton Fringe, & Park Multimedia. Each season of this podcast will use ...
 
If you are deep in the trenches of life and looking for hope-filled encouragement and practical wisdom, this podcast is for you. With her down-to-earth style, blind author Jennifer Rothschild offers practical encouragement and biblical insight to help you live the "I Can" life of Philippians 4:13 (“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"). Each episode, Jennifer answers real-life 4:13 questions like, "Can I overcome my fear?" or "Can I find balance?" You won't find just a chee ...
 
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James Woods aka William Moore

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The journey towards success does not always follow a happy path. Join author of the Twisted Fairy Tells series and Co-Founder of Mojavie, James Woods, as he interviews industry professionals who explain how they overcame the complexities and pitfalls of their careers. From having one audience member as a street poet to being called Tech Lead at several major Corporations and sought after by Fortune 500’s, James Woods has experienced his share of ups and downs. Each episode contains powerful ...
 
The Convergence is an Army Mad Scientist podcast with a distinct focus on divergent viewpoints, a challenging of assumptions, and insights from thought leaders and subject matter experts. The purpose of "The Convergence" is to explore technological, economic, and societal trends that disrupt the operational environment and to get a diversity of opinions on the character of warfare.
 
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Dominique Balaÿ and the artists - http://synradio.fr/ - contact@websynradio.fr

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websynradio : a radio program hosted by Dominique Balaÿ. WebSYNradio is an independent radio program whose broadcast is streamed 24/7. WebSYNradio brings together propositions from artists or intellectuals that are for the most part well-established on the international scene.http://synradio.fr/ Parmi les artistes participants : 0 (Joël Merah, Stéphane Garin, Sylvain Chauveau), Adam Nankervis, Alan Dunn, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Amanda Belantara, Anna O et Alain Descarmes, Anna Raimondo, Anne ...
 
Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
 
Interested in the future of Internet technology? Join us each week as we talk about the latest news and trends in AI, blockchain, IoT, and cloud with founders and innovators building the next wave. We cover the rise of the fourth platform that will serve billions of connected people, apps, and devices in the age of IoT. Along the way, we interview leaders and executives at some of today’s top technology firms, who share their real-world experiences from the practitioner’s point of view. Abou ...
 
Inspiring Futures is a podcast about the future hosted by Ed Cotton. We live in the now, everything around us is increasingly real-time, so we are somewhat challenged to think about the future because it’s an unknown and takes discipline to think about. But what happens when we do we think about the future, when do we think about it, who inspires the futures we think about and what do we think the future will hold? Inspiring Futures is a podcast that talks to people from diverse backgrounds, ...
 
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In this episode, meet musician and technology executive Shavone Charles, author of Black Internet Effect, and Audrey Elledge and Elizabeth Moore, co-authors of Liturgies for Hope, who both serve at Church of the City of New York. Listen in to hear who they hope to reach with their books, and the impact that they’d like their work to have.Black Inte…
 
Audrey Elledge Elizabeth Moore During the global pandemic two gifted women in NYC connected to write meaningful liturgies for their church. What began as an exercise in helping their local church community give voice to the feelings of pain and longing in their city as it became ground zero for this frightening pandemic, grew into a book that we co…
 
Being a highly sensitive soul is a precious gift, but requires discipline to manage mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being to just navigate the day with your acutely attuned wiring. In this episode, my guest Jennifer Elizabeth Moore shares the surprising origins of the term “empath,” how we can locate ourselves on the empathic spectrum, and vi…
 
In this episode, you'll hear about: untangling cultural Christian expectations how to treat singles as whole people allowing for all feelings in singleness which kinds of relationships deserve more attention (and why) and so much more! Today is an extra special episode of Unsuitable, because you're going to get to hear from two guests at once! Audr…
 
On today’s bonus episode of From the Front Porch, Annie talks with Audrey Elledge and Elizabeth Moore about their book Liturgies for Hope, releasing today. Liturgies for Hope is a book of sixty contemporary, comforting liturgies that break through the noise of modern life to offer time-tested wisdom for readers navigating burnout, anxiety, and othe…
 
Audrey Elledge and Elizabeth Moore started writing liturgies and prayers for their local church in New York City as a way of helping their friends and co-congregants deal with the fear and isolation of the COVID-19 lockdowns in their city. Those liturgies grew to become their new book, Liturgies for Hope: Sixty Prayers for the Highs, the Lows, and …
 
Children are arriving in this world more awake, intuitive, and connected than ever before – how can we support them in their extraordinary giftedness? Join me and my guest, spirit medium, and author of the book Spiritual Nurturing for Intuitive Children, Michelle Henderson, for tips on how to teach kids how to embrace their gifts and feel true acce…
 
This is a weekly release of the spiritual practice Lectio Divina. I hope you’ll listen and ponder the scripture passage offered and let me know your thoughts. My email address is producer@anitalustrea.com. Also, feel free to share this podcast on your social media or tell a friend about it. If you’d like to support this podcast you can do so throug…
 
TW: sexual assault and abuse In today’s episode, you’ll hear Matt and Anna talk about the cost of touch deprivation Why non-sexual touch is so important how gender norms and sexuality play into our view of touch how we can move forward Anna is a 30-something single woman with a passion for singles’ advocacy in the church. She’s the founder of an on…
 
The veteran stage and screen actress Christine Baranski first became a household name thanks to her Emmy-winning turn on the nineties sitcom “Cybill,” and her Tony-award winning work on Broadway. But “The Good Fight” took her to another level. As Diane Lockhart, a Chicago attorney and diehard liberal, Baranski captured the tensions of the political…
 
Vanessa Ramos is a television writer. She's written for shows like Superstore, Bordertown, Crashing and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Her latest show is called Blockbuster on Netflix. It's a sitcom set at the very last franchise location of Blockbuster, and the employees who try to keep the store alive. We talk with Vanessa about creating the new sitcom, and…
 
Drew Bratcher is a journalist and essayist whose work has appeared in Oxford American, Los Angeles Review of Books, Paris Review, Nowhere Magazine, Garden & Gun, and Image Journal. His debut book is Bub: Essays from North of Nashville. It combines memoir and arts criticism—particularly country music criticism. In this episode, Drew Bratcher and Jon…
 
Quinta Brunson made a name for herself as a master of meme comedy and is a self-described “child of the Internet,” yet her ABC mockumentary series “Abbott Elementary” is an unabashed throwback to the sitcoms of her youth. Doreen St. Félix talked with Brunson at the 2022 New Yorker Festival about her influences and the everyday comedy of the workpla…
 
Occasionally, we like to ask some of our favorite creators about a work of art they wish they'd created. This time, our guest is Guy Branum. When we asked Guy about the thing he wishes he had made, he picked a movie: 2017's Lady Bird, a classic coming-of-age story set in the early 2000s and directed by Greta Gerwig. Guy is a comedian who's appeared…
 
This is an audio version of Mike Murphy‘s Friday rumblings. This is a regular post on Facebook that I’ve turned into a podcast. I decided Mike’s words needed a wider audience. You may agree or disagree with what he says, but there is certainly much food for thought contained here. You can friend Mike on Facebook for the printed version or read it b…
 
In this episode, I am speaking to Carolina about turning your struggles into your passion. As someone who was diagnosed with ADHD in her 30’s, this did not deter Carolina from pursuing her mission of highlighting the realities of entrepreneurship on our mental health. What is it really like to have ADHD and still run a successful business like hers…
 
Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! KC and I are just popping in to tell you we’re thankful for YOU. We want your heart to be as full as your tummy, so we’re taking just a few minutes to speak blessings over you this weekend. It’s our prayer for you and for all of our 4:13 family! So pause, stop what you’re doing, take a deep breath, and receive these b…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! We’re so grateful for you. To thank you for listening, we have a special episode for you this week: a recording of our live show from our August Reader Retreat! In this episode, Annie, Ashley, and Hunter pair books with their favorite celebrity couples and chat about what they were reading, watching, and listening to this past s…
 
This is a weekly release of the spiritual practice Lectio Divina. I hope you’ll listen and ponder the scripture passage offered and let me know your thoughts. My email address is producer@anitalustrea.com. Also, feel free to share this podcast on your social media or tell a friend about it. If you’d like to support this podcast you can do so throug…
 
Louisa Lim and Kylie Moore-Gilbert come together to discuss the complexities of power, persecution and freedom. Louisa’s Indelible City: Dispossession and Defiance in Hong Kong is a deeply researched and personal account of Hong Kong, its people and the untold history they are claiming. Kylie’s The Uncaged Sky: My 804 days in an Iranian prison is t…
 
From the soapbox to the stage, carefully crafted speeches have inspired and persuaded minds throughout the ages. As we lose faith in our leaders and the institutions of civil society cede their moral authority, we gather a group of stirring orators to recreate their favourite moments of speechifying – from the worlds of politics and theatre, cinema…
 
Kevin Wilson talks about a new approach for handling non-emergency health calls to 911: a nurse triage line in Washington, DC. *** Probable Causation is part of Doleac Initiatives, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. If you enjoy the show, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution. Thank you for supporting our work!…
 
Rebecca was a 15 year old girl from London. She was popular, loving, outgoing and not afraid to stick up for herself. So when she meets her boyfriend Joshua Davies, who is a master manipulator and narcissist she’s not afraid to speak her mind and see right through Joshuas games. Until one day Rebecca tells her mother she’s going to hang out with Jo…
 
In the lead-up to this year’s midterm elections, many pundits expected Republicans to make significant gains among Latino voters, further eroding a base of support that Democrats have arguably taken for granted for decades. “What happened instead, as you know, is a more complicated story,” the contributing writer Stephania Taladrid says, one that b…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Yana Jenay and I talk about: the importance of being around other single Christians what to look for in a church as a single person the affect of healthy relationships between singles and leadership Yana Jenay's advice for single people and more! Yana Jenay Conner is a writer and Bible teacher who seeks to help others t…
 
Sudan Archives has been making music for all her life. She grew up in Ohio, where she played violin in church and school bands. When she got her high school diploma, she headed out to Los Angeles to follow her dream of making music. Sudan Archives is a violinist who breaks new ground with what the instrument can do in pop music. She combines the in…
 
Five years ago, reporting on the film producer Harvey Weinstein’s history of assault and misconduct opened the floodgates of the national reckoning with gender and power known as #MeToo. Three New Yorker critics—Alexandra Schwartz, Naomi Fry, and Vinson Cunningham—recently gathered to assess #MeToo’s impact on the culture more broadly. They discuss…
 
Rachel Marie Kang is the author of Let There Be Art: The Pleasure and Purpose of Unleashing the Creativity Within You. In this episode, Rachel and Jonathan Rogers discuss creative collisions, finding balance between art-making and other life-responsibilities, and creating right where you are. Support the show: https://therabbitroom.givingfuel.com/m…
 
Lore Ferguson Wilbert is an author and has written for Christianity Today, Fathom magazine and She Reads Truth. Her book A Curious Faith is the subject of our conversation on this week’s podcast. The subtitle really drew me in: The Questions God Asks, We Ask, and We Wish Someone Would Ask Us. Lore says God created us to be curious. To wonder about …
 
No self-respecting sports fan is naïve about the role that money plays in pro sports. But, by any standard, the greed and cynicism behind the World Cup are extraordinary. The cloud of scandal surrounding FIFA, the international soccer organization, has led to indictments and arrests on charges of wire fraud, racketeering, and money laundering aroun…
 
In this episode, Lindsay and Brent talk about Brent’s trip to Washington, D.C. and his productive meetings with lawmakers. They also discuss the Senate’s vote to move forward with the Respect for Marriage Act, the Republicans’ narrow victory to win the House, and Nancy Pelosi’s future. ERLC Content Hannah Daniel with Explainer: Why the ERLC Still O…
 
This is an audio version of Mike Murphy‘s Friday rumblings. This is a regular post on Facebook that I’ve turned into a podcast. I decided Mike’s words needed a wider audience. You may agree or disagree with what he says, but there is certainly much food for thought contained here. You can friend Mike on Facebook for the printed version or read it b…
 
Journalist and author Shea Serrano has covered basketball and pop culture for ESPN, XXL, Grantland, the Ringer and more. His first book, The Rap Yearbook, is a New York Times bestseller and a critical favorite. When we first talked with Serrano in 2017, he'd just followed it up with Basketball and Other Things, a book that is kind of like a written…
 
Today I am bringing back my dear friend Kris Ferraro, who also happens to be one of my favorite authors. Kris is working on a new book that is all about misfits and trailblazers. The arc of Kris’s story is one of deep self-discovery and transformation, as she learned to embrace the many parts of herself and discover healing within herself. If you’v…
 
Are you feeling aimless or confused as you face a new season of life? Well, if that is you, it’s time to start dreaming again. Authors Shayne Moore and Carolyn Castleberry Hux know from experience how difficult it can be to navigate this second half of life territory. The transition can be tough, but they’ll give you the building blocks you need fo…
 
It’s time for another installment of Backlist Book Club! This week on From the Front Porch, Annie and Hunter Mclendon (@shelfbyshelf) are talking about The Road by Cormac McCarthy. To purchase the books mentioned in this episode, visit our website: The Road by Cormac McCarthy Less by Andrew Sean Greer Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard Belove…
 
Since the body is the subconscious mind and we store trauma in the body, it makes sense to heal and release that trauma we need to access body consciousness. But how? My guest Ann Hince made a personal discovery on her journey from turmoil to inner peace that worked for her and may work for you. Join us to learn how she did it. Follow and join the …
 
This is a weekly release of the spiritual practice Lectio Divina. I hope you’ll listen and ponder the scripture passage offered and let me know your thoughts. My email address is producer@anitalustrea.com. Also, feel free to share this podcast on your social media or tell a friend about it. If you’d like to support this podcast you can do so throug…
 
Too often our notions of life outside Australia’s capital cities are that it is monochrome and homogenous. The Growing Up In Country Australia anthology offers a fresh, modern, and at times surprising look at country life today, bringing together the perspectives of established and emerging writers. Join the collection’s editor, prize-winning One H…
 
In this episode, meet novelist Meg Howrey and Christian living entrepreneur Jordan Raynor. Listen in as they describe their new books, and what it was like for them to record in the audiobook studio. Enjoy!They're Going to Love You by Meg Howrey: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/708077/theyre-going-to-love-you/The Word Before Work by Jo…
 
In New York, beloved mother Mary Yoder dies suddenly. When her autopsy reveals she overdosed on a prescription she didn't take, police believe they have a murder on their hands. Mary was loved by everyone and lit up every room that she went into, so who would commit such an inhumane crime to an innocent woman? See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
In this chat, you'll hear about Mutuality: the missing ingredient in too many friendships between marrieds and singles What single friends need from their married friends—and vice versa How to identify and express our needs—and unlearn what the Church has taught us about ignoring our need Matt is a gay Christian who lives in Germany. He’s a church …
 
The poet Safia Elhillo first found her voice onstage, performing in youth poetry slams in Washington, D.C., where she grew up, the child of Sudanese immigrants. She published her first collection in 2017, and in 2021 her novel in verse, “Home Is Not a Country,” was long-listed for the National Book Award. She’s now out with a new collection, “Girls…
 
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is one of the greatest basketball players of all time: an NBA Hall of Famer, six-time MVP, 19-time All-Star, the master of the skyhook shot and a key part of the Showtime era Lakers. Since retiring from basketball, Abdul-Jabbar has written books, columns and even worked as a writer for Veronica Mars. When we talked with Kareem A…
 
Sean Dietrich is a blogger, a storyteller, a musician, a novelist, a memoirist, and a columnist. On his blog, Sean of the South, he posts a new story every day about the people and places of the American South. His new book is You Are My Sunshine: A Story of Love, Promises, and a Really Long Bike Ride. In this episode, Sean and Jonathan Rogers talk…
 
Melinda Schmidt Michelle Van Loon It’s conversation group on Faith Conversations! Melinda Schmidt, former radio host, and Michelle Van Loon, author and speaker, join me to talk about some interesting topics. What movies or TV series do you watch over and over? We also tackle whether you find it easier or harder to hope as you get older. And then, i…
 
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