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James Beard Award-winning podcast exploring the unspoken rules and traditions of restaurant kitchens through the stories of people that work in them. The restaurant industry is at a point where a lot of groundwork has been laid for change. But in order for change to happen, more conversations about gender, race, and privilege in the kitchen need to take place. Copper & Heat is focused on starting conversations like that with the people that are working through these issues in restaurant kitc ...
 
Welcome to the Culinary Libertarian podcast. I want you to succeed in the kitchen if you are baking or cooking. The mystery and amazement of restaurant cooking can feel intimidating. You can do this and I'll help. Listen along to how easy it can be and you can get in the kitchen and get cooking. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dannreid/support
 
John Hodgman's Today in the Past podcast is now The Judge John Hodgman Podcast. Have your pressing issues decided by Famous Minor Television Personality John Hodgman, Certified Judge. If you'd like John Hodgman to solve your pressing issue, simply email it, along with your phone number, to hodgman@maximumfun.org. THAT IS ALL.
 
The Money Pit Top Products Podcast focuses on the latest new product innovations for home improvement, home maintenance, home repair and home décor. In each episode, nationally syndicated radio host Tom Kraeutler interviews experts to bring you the up to date information on products to make your home beautiful, energy efficient and eco-friendly.
 
Separated by the Atlantic ocean, two friends spice up their social distance-mandated calls by discussing life’s greatest issues, like "would you rather wrestle a bear or an alligator?", "would you rather taste things through your elbows or your ears?" and other pressing questions. However, the biggest the question of all is, will their banter make it across the pond? Have a listen to find out, gain greater perspective with two more humans you didn’t know you shared this planet with, and mayb ...
 
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A super clean and super funny advice show. Just a couple of muscle daddies bringing the heat... comedy style. Daniel, Austin and Andy talk about anything and everything. Each show is crafted by accident and takes on a flavor of it's own. It's like cooking with a robot in the kitchen when suddenly the robot becomes self aware. **Voted the FUNNIEST and CLEANEST podcast on the air 2017**
 
Throughout every month, our editors are holding conversations with plumbing, heating, cooling and piping leaders on current events, business, leadership, challenges, celebrations and more. The views and opinions expressed in these conversations are those of the guests, and do not necessarily represent a position of PHCPPros.
 
Welcome to the Chicana Ambition podcast. Soy LaYes, a Creative Marketing Professional, Energy Healer and Life Hustler. I keep it real, simple, funny and a little awkward. I share how I get through the #dailystruggles through personal experiences, spiritual practice, and life lessons learned the hard way. I am embracing the chicana ambition I’ve developed since the day I was born, helping me power through shit that has tried to stop me from living the best life possible. We all go through tim ...
 
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Playwright Keenan Scott II's "Thoughts of a Colored Man" explores the lives, pressures and passions of seven contemporary Black men who live in one Brooklyn neighborhood. He discusses the play with two of its actors, Dyllón Burnside and Forrest McClendon. And, America's national parks are facing a huge problem: climate change. The Cuyahoga Valley N…
 
Residents of Benton Harbor, Michigan, are facing dangerously high levels of lead in their tap water. Residents are calling for further government action from state and federal officials to address this major public health issue. Reverend Edward Pinkney, president and CEO of the Benton Harbor Water Council, joins us. And, there's long been a controv…
 
You, the juror, can judge the law as well as the defendant. But, they won't tell you that. I found someone who will. Being a fully informed juror puts a tremendous amount of power in your hands. The state doesn't want you to know you have power and certainly they don't want you to use it. Find more information about how you can use your power on th…
 
Picking health insurance takes a lot of work. It's not a one-size-fits-all type of situation, and there are a lot of confusing terms that come up every year. You also need to consider your general health and finances. So how can you make sense of it all? That's where we come in. In this episode of Life Kit, we'll have experts guide you on where to …
 
Its takes the first chill of an early fall to remind you its time to get your heating system checked. Having a good relationship with your HVAC installer and technician is key. We discuss the different types of heating units and maintenance. The number one service call HVAC companies received in the past months. Living In Place topic on seniors and…
 
Perfect time to plant! For edible gardening, Jay gives you tips on what to plant for things you like to eat. Also the perfect time to reassess your landscapes like trees and water tolerant plants. Overseeding for winter lawns this year has some challenges. But Jay has some tips to keep that lawn lasting longer. Discussion of battery powered lawn to…
 
Netflix's "Squid Game" became its most streamed original show ever this week. It's popularity may lie in its handling of cultural touchstones in South Korea, and a more universal satire of capitalism. Professor Seung-hwan Shin weighs in. And, David Card shared the 2021 Nobel Prize in economics this week with two other economists. Card talks about h…
 
Rutherford County, Tennessee, has been arresting and illegally jailing kids for years. Nashville Public Radio's Meribah Knight and ProPublica's Ken Armstrong investigated the situation. Knight talks about the report. And, climate protesters clashed with police in Washington D.C. Thursday night as part of a week of demonstrations demanding action on…
 
Onto the next part of the spooky season's greatest pleasures, what else goes hand in hand with Halloween candy than costumes? That's right, you gotta EARN those treats, and overcome the hurdles that are our questions about dressing up! Also, Sareena threatens violence against a chocolate bar, GOOD HEAVENS! Give us a click here and tell us what you'…
 
Life can be hectic. But with a bit of planning, you don't need to scramble to get a week's worth of meals on the table. Chef Kathy Gunst shared three make-ahead meals. And, as a gay Black man, writer Saeed Jones has felt increasingly upset by Dave Chappelle's insistence on making jokes about queer people in the name of creative freedom. He talks ab…
 
Actor-director Ron Howard and actor Clint Howard talk about their new memoir, "The Boys: A Memoir of Hollywood and Family." And, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is dismissing about 60,000 marijuana convictions from before California legalized adult use in 2016. Gascón explains why he wants to see more jurisdictions expunge mariju…
 
You've only got 4,000 weeks to live — give or take. While that may come as a brutal dose of reality, it's also an opportunity to think about how you're spending that time. In this episode, we talk to Oliver Burkeman, author of Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, about the idea of time management, why none of us will ever be in control…
 
Mark and Hal host the Maximum Fun show WE GOT THIS, wherein they settle small debates. In 2018, they attempted to decide the Best Pretzel Shape but came to an impasse. Hal thinks that Mark was too unwilling to properly entertain a debate. Mark says that Hal betrayed the show’s core by removing the default pretzel shape from contention. Who’s right?…
 
2021 Nobel laureate Abdulrazak Gurnah's novels center on themes of migration, identity and effects of colonialism in East Africa. Gurnah joins us. And, polls show the Virginia governor's race tightening between former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe and GOP businessman Glenn Youngkin. Jessica Taylor of Cook Political Report and Kyle Kondik of Sabat…
 
We speak with young adult authors Angie Thomas and Tomi Adeyemi about their work at a recent event at WBUR's CitySpace. And, there have been some longstanding concerns about ed-tech. For instance, many children don't have laptops and other tech tools at home, and what about student privacy? TechCrunch's Natasha Mascarenhas discusses the future of t…
 
Elizabeth Holmes' trial defense portrays a drastic contrast to the image of the empowered girlboss that the former CEO is known for. Anne Coughlin discusses whether feminism played a role in shielding Holmes from criticism and accountability. And, a new study found that 85% of the world's population is already being impacted by human-caused climate…
 
Grief has a medical cost: It's linked to higher blood pressure, shorter lives, depression and sleeping problems. Professor Toni Miles explains why she's calling for a collective response. And Jacqueline Stewart, chief artistic and programming officer at the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, talks about the collection's focus on diversity.…
 
Strength training is a great way to exercise efficiently while preventing injury. And while it's not that difficult to get into it, it can be intimidating if you don't know what you're doing. That's where we're going to help! In this episode, you'll hear from experts about their tips to get started and find a training plan that works for you.…
 
This week Guru and the BBoys sit down with TDT the Guardian to discuss how he broke into the business in his first podcast interview ever! We also get a shot of his Firestar Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship! The entire show was a blast to discuss his career, his goals and his achievements so far! What will happen next? Next time we finish the…
 
In 1971, Frances Moore Lappe published "Diet for a Small Planet," a book that promotes a plant-centric approach to eating as being more beneficial for personal and global health. We speak with Moore Lappe as well as her daughter Anna Lappe, who helped update the book. And, in his 2019 book "Talking to Strangers," author Malcolm Gladwell explores th…
 
Singer-songwriter William Prince has made an impact through his music, both in the U.S. and in Canada where he was born a member of Peguis First Nation. In 2020, Prince released "Gospel First Nation," an album that explores the complicated relationship between Christianity and Indigenous people in Canada. And, it's Marathon Monday in Boston — the f…
 
At one time or another, we all have self-doubt and uncertainty. But that's not who you are always. Learning to find the sources of what's holding you back can make success easier and more frequent. It isn't necessarily an easy task, but it is a doable task. Nathan Fraser shares some of what he's learned about how to imagine and achieve your success…
 
Food is more than just fuel for your body. Food is a connection to the stories of your ancestors and the stories of your descendants. In this episode of Life Kit, Michael W. Twitty, nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar, and professor Devon Mihesuah share their advice on how to strengthen the ties to your food traditions.…
 
Weekly To Do on air filters. Many to consider besides your A/C Heating unit. Most Asked Question Of Week on 'faux wood' floors on what choices do you have for the look of wood with less maintenance. And listener questions on treating termites, attaching furring strips to block walls and the proper way to seal pavers.…
 
The electrical systems are one of the most important functions in your home. Keeping it functioning properly and safely is the job of a professional electrician. Ben Perkins of Fox Valley Electric talks about the kinds of electrical work they get on a daily basis, the planning that goes into every job and other facts about the power of electricity.…
 
Sarah Maitland of 'SavATree' is joined by Dave Jernigan of 'The Gardner's Touch'. Discussing the Tree Of The Month the Chinese Pistache and the reasons you should consider this tree for the right space. Dave goes thru the steps of overseeding for winter rye lawns, the pros and cons of a winter lawn, irrigation tips and explains how plant growth reg…
 
In our extended-length interview with Dave Grohl, the Foo Fighters frontman talks about starting over after Nirvana bandmember Kurt Cobain's heartbreaking suicide in 1994, healing with the help of music and picking up the guitar at age 10 to realize he could learn songs by ear. His new memoir, "The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music," is out now.…
 
Host Peter O'Dowd takes a moonlit ride with the Dawn Patrol during Albuquerque's annual International Balloon Fiesta. At 1,000 feet above the city, pilot Matthew Grote explains the wonders of hot air ballooning. And, Netflix's "Maid" tells the story of a young mom who leaves an abusive relationship, struggles to make ends meet through a low-wage jo…
 
As the tale goes, Miss O'Leary's cow kicked over a lantern and started the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, burning 17,500 buildings and killing around 300 people. Robert Loerzel, a Chicago-based freelance journalist, discusses his reporting of firsthand accounts. And, Maria Ressa, co-founder and CEO of the news website The Rappler in the Philippines, a…
 
Dave Grohl only spent three and a half years drumming for Nirvana — but he says it felt like a lifetime. The Foo Fighters frontman talks about his new memoir, "The Storyteller." And, Mosquirix is the first vaccine to treat malaria and the first developed to treat any parasitic disease. World Health Organization malaria expert Dr. Mary Hamel and Dr.…
 
Asian American bakers are melding ingredients from their heritage with "traditional" American and European pastries in a celebration of their bicultural identities. Sam Butarbutar and Wenter Shyu of Third Culture Bakery talk about identity, baking and loss. And, the Emmy Award-winning documentary "76 Days" gives a fly-on-the-wall view of what was h…
 
Do you feel like you're not an organized person? Deb Perelman of the blog and cookbook Smitten Kitchen says she can relate. But when it comes to the kitchen, she's got a system that works for her. In this episode, she shares her tips for home-cooks working in small spaces with Shereen Marisol Meraji about it.…
 
Kareena brings the case against her husband, Ian. The two of them would like to get a fish tank for their home. When they agreed on this, Kareena had a small tank in mind, with one or two fish. But, Ian says he will only accept a 35 gallon tank -- nothing less! Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Thank you to Nicole DuBow for naming this week’s case! To sugg…
 
The electrification of buildings is considered to be a primary strategy for reducing carbon emissions and kicking fossil fuels. Luckily, due to advancements in technology and carefully developed best practices, heat pumps may be a driving force in helping us to achieve our all-electric goals. But when do heat pumps make sense? As we know, there’s n…
 
Before Roe v. Wade, women were crossing into Mexico for abortions. Professor Lina-Maria Murillo talks about transnational networks that have long helped pregnant people navigate treatment options outside the U.S. And, two scientists who developed a groundbreaking technique for forging molecules in a lab have won this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry…
 
"Invisible Child" follows the story of Dasani, a young homeless girl in New York City. Author Andrea Elliott followed Dasani and her family for nearly 10 years, chronicling Dasani's life and growth. Elliott talks about the book. And, STAT's Isabella Cueto talks about her reporting on the first woman to receive customized brain implants to help reli…
 
How do we deal with risk? That's the topic of a new book by someone who has spent a career navigating risks with high costs: retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal. He joins us. And, the pandemic prompted many people to question their careers and relationship with work. Are you asking yourself: Does my job define me? Writer Arthur Brooks makes a case for …
 
Smoke from fires in Australia from 2019 to 2020 drifted for thousands of kilometers and spurred an algae bloom in the southern Pacific Ocean. Nicolas Cassar talks about a study he co-authored. And, in January 2015, police and FBI agents showed up at the Brooklyn apartment of Bobby and Cheryl Love. It turns out that Bobby Love — a devoted husband an…
 
The five-day workweek can feel as preordained as the number of minutes in an hour, but it hasn't always been the norm. Workers fought for a Monday-to-Friday schedule before it became standard in the U.S. in the 1930s. Since then, the nature of work has changed a lot, and now, workers are once again fighting for better conditions, says U.K.-based re…
 
A new study in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology shows that up to 15% of pregnant people who catch the coronavirus ending up hospitalized. Houston Methodist Hospital emergency room doctor Anh Nguyen is pregnant and got the booster shot. She joins us to discuss. And, every September, thousands of people flock to the small town of Mee…
 
Health care chatbots exploded in use during the pandemic. We talk about the future of chatbots with two experts. And, we speak with Derek Thompson, staff writer at The Atlantic, about the trove of leaked documents published by The Wall Street Journal that reveal a slew of serious problems at Facebook.…
 
Depression is difficult to manage. This is a follow-up episode to the recent show I did on depression. My guest Antony Sammeroff is a therapist with an interesting take on how each person can find some balance. #depression #covid-19 #selfhelp #meditation Find the show notes page with related links here culinarylibertarian.com/160 --- This episode i…
 
Rage, fear, possessiveness, sadness or all of the above — we all experience romantic jealousy differently, but the common denominator is the feeling of that inner alarm bell going off telling you you're going to lose your special someone. When mishandled, feelings of jealousy can lead to anything from internal strife to actual violence. But cultiva…
 
The most desired improvements wanted in a kitchen remodel? We talk about the top 3! Plus questions about toilet issues, home remedies for cleaning waste lines, preping a ceiling fan before removing popcorn ceiling, Weekly To Do on LED Bulbs for holiday decorations and more!By Rosie on the House
 
October is Fire Prevention Month. We look at the evolution of electrical components with today's 3 prong outlets, GFI plugs, home sprinkler systems and smoke and CO2 detectors. Plus we discuss Habitat For Humanity's first ever completed 3D-Printed concrete home in Tempe, AZ. The first ever for the global non-profit organization. Plus our BLOG on us…
 
The Arizona Farm Bureau's Julie Murphree discusses Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). With the pandemic and food supply chain issues, there's a re-awakening of the local food movement. Getting the freshest produce direct from local farms while helping farmers stay in business. Arizona Farm Bureau President Stephanie Smallhouse talks about the i…
 
The majority of true crime is created by white women, consumed by white women, and about white, female victims. University of Denver's Lindsey Webb discusses the impact that's having on our culture amid the Gabby Petito case. And, Washington state officials are still waging a war against murder hornets, an invasive species that kill honeybees. Karl…
 
Fat Bear Week is back! A dozen brown bears at Katmai National Park in Alaska are competing for the title of fattest bear. Mike Fitz, founder of the annual Fat Bear Week, discusses this year's contenders. And, on Friday, aid for thousands of aged-out foster youth expired, leaving many to wonder what's the next step. Sixto Cancel, CEO of Think of Us,…
 
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