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Best Laurel House podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Laurel House podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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House Beautiful, O at Home, Town&Country and Veranda invited four preeminent designers to envision living well while living green in The Laurel, a new 31-story, LEED-certified, limestone-clad tower at 400 East 67th Street in New York City.
 
Podcast by The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
 
A podcast for secular-minded people who are interested in learning about Buddhist philosophy.
 
Building Blocks: Connecting People, Places, and Policies is a space for thought-provoking conversations about the current issues, trends, ideas and big questions facing the affordable housing and community development field in the United States. The podcast series is hosted by Laurel Blatchford, Senior Vice President and Chief Program Officer at Enterprise Community Partners, a proven and powerful nonprofit, creating opportunity for low- and moderate-income people through affordable housing ...
 
Podcast by Odeeva TV with Tanya Memme
 
Learn Catholic Social Teaching through entraining conversations about working life and faith, showcasing the diversity and richness of the Church. Season 2, coming in Autumn 2019, will explore the teachings in more depth.
 
A Narrative Horror Podcast about the small New York town of Weeping Cedars. Starring Katherine Bell, Laurel Johnson, and Elise Mark, Lou DePilla, and Byron White. Written by Joshua Wise and music by Mellownights and David Swantek. Our Cast Page The Actual Play Podcast Story that started Weeping Cedars can be found here. .
 
Thomas Carnacki was a detective of the supernatural, created for a series of short stories by Wiliam Hope Hodgson. Hodsgon, also a noted photographer and bodybuilder, might have created more stories for this intrepid sleuth of the occult, but he unfortunately died at the youthful age of 40 in World War I. (Introduction by Samanem)
 
What do Stav (Mr Brisbane), Abby (every gal’s best friend who tells it like it is), Matty (the glue that holds this whole ship together) have in common? They join forces each morning to create hit105’s breakfast show! If you’re into keeping it real with raw, honest conversations, laughing out loud (usually at Abby’s mispronounced words) and a few "Did they say that moments" than listen every weekday morning 6-9am on hit105 Brisbane or catch up with the show here.
 
Comedians Steph Bradshaw and Jane Postlethwaite are Cumbrian and they have created Cumbria's first ever comedy podcast! They explore the wonderful and weird bits of Cumbria then talk about them.Follow on Instagram and Facebook for photos and videos by searching Miraculous Cumbria.Episodes do contain swears and adult themes so use headphones if around young children. Music by Garry Lydon 2018
 
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There’s no better feeling than, Stav went off to stake out an Israel Folau lead, and had shampoo squirted into his eyes (unrelated to Izzy…)By Hit Network
 
We heard another urban legend folklore story, spoke to a celebrity paparazzi following Meghan and Harry, and Matty had some questions for his wife.By Hit Network
 
We got some honest feedback from our boss, heard about all the crimes solved thanks to CCTV, and is Israel Folau coming back to the Broncos?By Hit Network
 
A forensic analysis on Brad and Jen’s body language, we heard the names you’d never date, and did someone on the team win big on the lotto?By Hit Network
 
Maggie Bofill (Armida), Alma Martinez (Tita), and Cheryl Umaña (Medea) joined the Quick Start Podcast to discuss MOJADA: A MEDEA IN LOS ANGELES. We talked about the power of working with an all-Latinx cast and design team, and what makes Luis Alfaro's script so breathtaking.By The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
 
Finally we got Ash Barty on the court against her old childhood rival, we spoke to a Wiggle hero and Hughesy joined us.By Hit Network
 
We normally think of joy as a reaction. Something happens and it causes joy to arise. That type of joy is conditioned. In Buddhism, unconditional joy is always there, covered or hidden by our conditioned mind (ideas and beliefs). We can uncover it through practicing awareness and asking ourselves, what did it take for this moment to arise?…
 
Finally, we nabbed our unicorn with a parking inspector, and we discussed new years resolutions and banning tackling in junior rugby.By Hit Network
 
We asked who you still aren’t talking to after Christmas, spoke to an expert about how much Meghan Markle could earn, and Abby experienced some criminals on holidaysBy Hit Network
 
We’re back for 2020! Months ago Matty made a royal prediction, Dr Chris Brown joined us live from the jungle, we spoke to a woman who lost everything in the fires, and see just how much weight we put on over the Christmas breakBy Hit Network
 
As we approach the end of one year and the beginning of a new year, I thought I would share some thoughts regarding endings and beginnings from a Buddhist perspective and how these teachings can minimize our fear of pain.By Noah Rasheta
 
The Buddha said, "I will teach you the Dhamma compared to a raft, for the purpose of crossing over, not for the purpose of holding onto." Everything in Buddhism, including Buddhism itself is a tool, a means to an end, but not the end itself. In this episode, I will revisit the parable of the raft and share my thoughts about what this teaching means…
 
Rebeca Miller, who plays Charlotte Lucas in The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis production of Pride and Prejudice, talks about her character's tough choices in the play, choreographing the elaborate ball scenes and how she discovered Jane Austen through zombies.By The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis
 
Enterprise recently announced an exciting new collaboration with the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) as we prepare the 2020 Green Communities Criteria. At the beginning of our partnership last year, IWBI President Rachel Gutter and I met to discuss our joint efforts. On episode 11 of the Building Blocks podcast we’re talking about our …
 
Noble Silence is a term attributed to the Buddha for his response to certain questions about reality. When it came to the big unanswerable questions, the Buddha was notably silent. In this podcast episode, I will discuss what Noble Silence is, how we can practice it, and what benefits we may see from such a practice.…
 
We heard how Brisbane’s biggest game of hide and seek went, heard all about your childhood confessions, and helped make a little boys christmasBy Hit Network
 
Emily couldn't figure out why she wasn't having luck with dating - so we sent her on a date with someone and got an HONEST review...By Hit Network
 
Joel Creasy joined us live in the studio, we asked how you can stop loving a narcissist, and a special Christmas themed sound test.By Hit Network
 
Our video wiz kid chats to Carly Rae Jepsen… with a challenge, we dig into political correctness gone too far, and Santa’s hotlineBy Hit Network
 
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