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Welcome to I'd Rather be at the Beach, the podcast for school marketing managers that's *not* about school marketing management. Instead we talk about everything else that school marketing managers spend their time doing. Their families, their hobbies, the previous jobs they've had, the music they're into, the books they're reading and the holidays they've been on. This is the podcast for you if you're a school marketing manager who likes your job, you might even love your job. But you'd rat ...
 
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The Side Hustle Show

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The entrepreneurship podcast you can actually apply! The award-winning small business show covers creative ways to make money online and offline, including blogging, online business, freelancing, marketing, sales funnels, investing, and much more. Join 100,000+ listeners and get the business ideas and passive income strategies straight to your earbuds. No BS, just actionable tips on how to start and grow your side hustle.
 
Ellerbe Becket and SHoP Archtiect\'s new design for the Barclays Center The state economic development agency gave final approval today to a revised plan for Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn. Listen to our report here: The gist of the changes is that now developer Bruce Ratner can buy the property, and develop it, bit by bit, thereby reducing the need to raise large amounts of money at a time when no one has much of it. He's also building a replacement rail yard for the MTA that will be less valua ...
 
Welcome to ID Comms #MediaSnack, a weekly series looking at the big trends and issues in the global media industry. Our aim is to help ambitious advertisers navigate the complexities of the changing media landscape. Each week we will give you a tasty, bite size tour of some of the most interesting stories, letting you know just what you need to know and providing our expert perspective where we can. We’ll also give you some of the inside gossip, word on the street and the upcoming things we ...
 
The NFT Factory podcast is a lively chat show that meets the people, projects and technologies that are creating the web 3.0, NFT and the Metaverse. Each week our host - tech journalist Andrew Keith Walker - takes you on a whirlwind tour of projects that are turning the digital world and conventional wisdom on its head. Plus we have special appearances from experts in the music industry, entertainment, film, art, finance, real estate and tech start-ups talking about the latest and best new p ...
 
Introduction: Bringing a visionary, never-heard-before crossbreed of progressive, electro& trance to his musical activities, Holland’s Jochen Miller embodies thenew decade’s freeform, Big Room sound. From his earliest turntable days he’s disregarded traditional EDM borders to bring countless global dancefloors to critical mass.A spinner without parallel, he’s comprehensively conquered his home-country,playing tent-pole events including Trance Energy, Mysteryland & Dance Valley before venturi ...
 
“Share your science” is a new story collection from scientists at the NASA Ames Research Center. The Ames Science Directorate comprises of researchers from the Earth, Space, and Biosciences Divisions. We are sharing this collection to showcase the breadth of fascinating research and to capture personal stories, challenges, discussions about diversity, science communication, and special moments scientists would like to share along their journey. Our aim is to foster a welcoming space and insp ...
 
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In this hour, stories from the Elko Cowboy Poetry Gathering. Hosted by Dame Wilburn, with additional hosting from Jay Allison. A woman says goodbye to her childhood ranch; a young girl finally gets her wish to own a pet; a Guatemalan teenager goes on a silent and stealthy mission; and a Dakota man tries to track down someone he has not seen in year…
 
Inspired by the real life story of writer and director Elegance Bratton, "The Inspection" tells the story of a young gay man (Jeremy Pope) who struggles to find acceptance for his identity both at home, and as a part of the U.S. Marine Corps. Bratton and Pope join us to discuss the film, which is in theaters now.…
 
Celebrated fantasy novelist Rebecca Roanhorse has two new books out this year. The first, Fevered Star, is the second in her Between Earth and Sky series, fantasy novels inspired by pre-Columbian American civilizations. The second is Tread of Angels, a novel set in a version of the Wild West where society is divided between the Elect and the Fallen…
 
On Saturday November 19th, a tragedy rocked the LGBTQ+ community in Colorado Springs when a gunman opened fire on a local gay club. The attack in Colorado Springs drew parallels to the 2016 shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, where 50 people were killed and another 53 injured. But the attack in Colorado Springs was not a surprise f…
 
When U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren was asked at the end of his career, “What was the most important case of your tenure?”, there were a lot of answers he could have given. He had presided over some of the most important decisions in the court’s history — cases that dealt with segregation in schools, the right to an attorney, the righ…
 
Want to bring in extra money but don’t know where to start? Well, you’re in luck. This week, we’re diving into a special Thanksgiving episode on 10 creative side hustle ideas that make real money. This is the 5th installment of the series, so be sure to check out the previous episodes if you like this format: 10 Creative Side Hustles Part 1 – 2018 …
 
Before many families across the United States gather around the table for the Thanksgiving holiday tomorrow, we speak about the importance of communing and eating with family with the husband and wife duo, Julian Clauss-Ehlers, chef, and Caroline Clauss-Ehlers, a psychologist, who've released a new cookbook, Eating Together, Being Together: Recipes…
 
The writer shares her thoughts on talent versus luck, her vendetta against hiking, and how she’s made and kept friendships over the years in a live conversation at the Berkeley Repertory Theater. Did you know we have a weekly email newsletter for the Death, Sex & Money community? Every Wednesday we send out podcast listening recommendations, fascin…
 
Renowned photographer Nan Goldin has dedicated much of her life to opioid addiction advocacy and activism against the Sackler family, following her own battle with addiction to opioids and near-fatal overdose. The new documentary, "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed," follows her career and determination to bring the Sacklers to justice. Director Lau…
 
The new documentary, "Louis Armstrong's Black & Blues," uses archival footage and home recordings to paint a new portrait of the founding father of jazz. Director Sacha Jenkins joins us along with Ricky Riccardi, consulting producer and director of Research Collections for the Louis Armstrong House Museum in Queens. The film is now streaming on App…
 
La Brega introduces The Last Cup, a limited series about soccer and the immigrant experience — from NPR and Futuro Studios. Lionel Messi is known as the best soccer player of his generation, but there’s one dream he’s never achieved: winning a World Cup for Argentina, the country he left decades ago. Reporter Jasmine Garsd asks, what does home mean…
 
The experiences of Black womanhood in America are often bound up with a hyper-awareness of how one's natural hair could be perceived — and all the simultaneous trauma and joy that comes with it. A new docuseries, The Hair Tales, uses the complex world of Black hair as a portal to explore Black women’s cultural contributions, unique identities, and …
 
According to the United Nations, areas managed by indigenous peoples are among the most biodiverse and well-conserved on the planet. The Reciprocity Project is a series of 7 Indigenous-made films exploring the concept of reciprocity in Indigenous cultures, or “the way of life that centers mutual exchange and sharing amongst all beings, past, presen…
 
We all have stories to tell. Stories about people or places that inspire us -- stories of frustration and loss -- stories of people making a difference in our neighborhoods. WNYC is collaborating with the nonprofit, Street Lab, to highlight stories from our diverse communities. Here's some of what we heard in Jackson Heights, Queens.…
 
Megan Twohey, New York Times investigative reporter and co-author (with Jodi Kantor) of She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement (Penguin Press, 2019), reflects on the stories she and Jodi Kantor reported that exposed former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse and helped kick off the #MeToo movement -- an…
 
In this episode, bold attempts to revisit the past. A quarterback makes a trip back home, a wife attempts to understand her husband's past, a young man discovers the rodeo, and an adult is cast in a high school play. This episode is hosted by Moth Senior Director Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlanti…
 
In Death, Sex & Money’s new three-part series about estrangement, we talk to listeners about cutting family ties, leaving religion, and ending friendships. We also talk to listeners on the other side of estrangement, still desperately wishing for contact, and about what happens after the break. Hear more starting Wednesday, November 30th.…
 
Election deniers and far-right conspiracies have found a home on a hard to monitor, minimally-scrutinized medium: talk radio. It's largely thanks to the efforts of one company most people have probably never heard of. On the Media’s new series, The Divided Dial, charts this company's rise, its relationship with the far-right and its role in our dem…
 
The documentary, “Good Night Oppy,” narrated by Angela Bassett, recreates the journey of the Opportunity rover, which explored Mars sending signals and findings back to Earth from 2004 to 2018. Director Ryan White joins us alongside Bekah Sosland Siegfriedt, engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The documentary arrives on Amazon Prime this …
 
If you live in New York City, it can be easy to pay attention to just what is showing at the major museums. However, there are plenty of great institutions in our listening area, from New Jersey, to Westchester, to the Hudson Valley. A new exhibition at Hudson River Museum focuses on prints made by female artists in the U.S from the years 1960 to 1…
 
While many of us watch the deterioration of Twitter's U.S. offices online, the situation outside of the U.S. is more dire. Of the staff Musk has already fired, a large number were engineers, human rights specialists, and content moderators from Twitter’s international desks. Over 90% of the staff in India, nearly the entire Africa hub, and most of …
 
[REBROADCAST FROM MARCH 22, 2022] Multitude is Belgian musician Stromae's first studio album in eight years, following a hiatus imposed by physical and mental health struggles. The album explores many of those experiences and others from that period, through music that dances between hip-hop, europop, cumbia and more. Stromae joined us for a Listen…
 
The Indian made, Telugu language epic film "RRR" was released on Netflix in the United States months ago, but since then, the movie has only gained steam at the box office and internationally, winning over incredibly devoted fans around the globe. Director S.S. Rajamouli joins us to discuss the film, which tells the story of two freedom fighters in…
 
Last week, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," the second film in the franchise, was released to positive reviews. The first Black Panther broke records at the box office in 2018, and the sequel has been highly anticipated, especially after the passing of actor Chadwick Boseman, who played T'Challa, in 2020. William Evans and Omar Holmon, co-founders…
 
Mel Blanc was known as “the man of 1,000 voices,” but, to hear his son tell it, the actual number was closer to 1,500. Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Barney Rubble, Woody Woodpecker, Sylvester, Foghorn Leghorn — all Mel. These characters made him one of the most beloved men in the United States. In this episode from 2012, Mel Blanc’s so…
 
#18 -Welcome back to ‘I’d Rather be at the Beach’, brought to you by The Bonjour Agency. This is the podcast for school marketing people that’s nothing to do with school marketing, because let’s face it, you work hard already. I’m Simon, former marketing manager turned owner of The Bonjour Agency, the place for school marketing managers. In each ep…
 
Unlicensed, the new show by me, Joseph, and my Night Vale co-creator Jeffrey Cranor has been out for a week. Thank you to everyone who listened. We are presenting today the second episode “Lost Boy Found”, in its entirety. We didn’t write this series alone, by the way, we brought in some of our best Night Vale guest writers, including Brie Williams…
 
A side hustle is not only an opportunity to earn extra money but also a key to escaping the 9-to-5 grind. But launching a side hustle is not easy — just ask the many amazing guests who’ve been on the show! More often than not, solopreneurs’ business trajectories are a series of trials, errors, pivots, and adjustments. These are things we can all le…
 
“Some conversations I’m just not willing to engage in anymore.” Check out Matt’s photo series of other Korean adoptees, Where are you really from?. And Chrishana and Sarah talked about reading Big Friendship, Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman’s book – we recorded an episode with them in the summer of 2020. Plus, the Pandemic Toolkit we mentioned, full …
 
In a new exhibition at the Guggenheim, the building's spiral ramps offer a unique survey of the life and career of 95-year-old American artist Alex Katz. Alex Katz: Gathering, spans Katz's earliest work, covering his discovery of portraiture and exploration of light, up to works made within the last year. Alex Katz joins us along with Guggenheim cu…
 
This week’s guest began his side hustle with the goal of getting just 10 clients in 90 days. Four years later, he’s now the proud owner of a 7-figure business! Justin Tan is a Side Hustle Show listener who was inspired by Russ Perry’s story in Episode 248 of how he began Design Pickle. In 2014, Russ was running a creative agency when he started to …
 
#17 -Welcome back to ‘I’d Rather be at the Beach’, brought to you by The Bonjour Agency. This is the podcast for school marketing people that’s nothing to do with school marketing, because let’s face it, you work hard already. I’m Simon, former marketing manager turned owner of The Bonjour Agency, the place for school marketing managers. In each ep…
 
This week’s guest booked $100k worth of work in their first 9 months of a new side hustle they had no experience with. Haley Gallagher and her husband are serial side hustlers and were specifically looking for a side hustle they could do after hours. Seeing an opportunity at a bar he was working security for, Haley’s husband asked if they could tak…
 
Your next income stream might be sitting right in your driveway… This week we’re talking about how to get your piece of a $100 billion market. It’s the same model practiced by Hertz, Avis, Enterprise, National: renting cars out for a profit. It’s a business with lots of built-in demand, and new platforms like Turo help put your car or cars in front…
 
#16 - Welcome back to ‘I’d Rather be at the Beach’, brought to you by The Bonjour Agency. This is the podcast for school marketing people that’s nothing to do with school marketing, because let’s face it, you work hard already. I’m Simon, former marketing manager turned owner of The Bonjour Agency, the place for school marketing managers. In each e…
 
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