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Max Politics is a New York politics podcast hosted by journalist Ben Max featuring in-depth interviews with elected and appointed officials, candidates, advocates, and others about New York City and State politics and policy. Produced at New York Law School and its Center for New York Law. Get in touch: benmax25@gmail.com -------- Intro/outro music is Live-It by Ketsa. source (Free Music Archive) and license type (CC BY-NC-ND)
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Are you a marketer or content manager struggling to create content? Are you tired of high-level “insights” that don’t give you anything to do right now to make your content better? Do you wish someone would just spill the secrets on what works, what doesn’t, and what’s next? If so, Content Lab is for you. Join IMPACT content strategist Liz Murphy each week for shenanigans, candid conversations with fellow content nerds and industry experts, and the inside scoop on the tools and tactics that ...
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Interviews, for writers like you, with industry professionals on forging a career as a HYBRID Author: writing across genres, mixing writing styles, publishing all ways and getting comfortable promoting you and your books. Join host Joanne Morrell, author of children’s and young adult fiction, women's fiction and short non fiction for authors for weekly Friday episodes to help you motivate and manage sustaining a HYBRID Authorship career. Because being Hybrid is having it all.
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There’s never been a musical theatre game show… until now. In The Great Broadway Game Show Competition teams of Broadway stars face off against each other, and the audience, to identify show tunes and win money for charity, all while sharing intimate stories and memories from their lives and careers. Who do you think knows more about musicals? Who can remember all the lyrics to the most obscure songs on Broadway? Tune in and play along with host Todd Graff as he puts everyone’s knowledge to ...
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Welcome to Funeral Potatoes and Wool Mittens, a show for people who embrace the warm and cozy spirit of everyday living in the northern Midwest. Whether you cook, bake, or have food delivery on speed dial, everyone has a comforting recipe or story to share. We bake cookies for our kids’ hockey teams and bring cheesy hash browns to funerals. Lefse and krumkake are in our DNA. Candy bars and apples make a salad. We'll ditch work for a lake day, drive an hour for an old-fashioned bakery, and do ...
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Do Care Podcast discusses topics we, your hosts Merry MaGee and Georgie Corkery, care about. We aim to spread knowledge and passion about environmental/social justice through creativity and humor. Follow on Insta @docarepodcast 💖💜💙 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Subhah Agarwal and Valerie Tosi

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Family Gems is a podcast where comedians Subhah Agarwal (The Jim Jefferies Show) and Valerie Tosi (Conan) chat with guests about their wacky and dysfunctional families. Get ready to feel better about yours.
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Brooklyn Public Philosophers is a forum for philosophers in the greater Brooklyn area to discuss their work with a general audience, hosted by the Brooklyn Public Library. Its goal is to raise awareness of the best work on philosophical questions of interest to Brooklynites, and to provide a civil space where Brooklynites can reason together about the philosophical questions that matter to them. And now we have a podcast! With The Owl, we're hoping to give people a way of staying connected e ...
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Kickstarter is a platform helping bring creative projects to life. In the 134th episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of young adult fiction, women's contemporary fiction and short non-fiction for authors, chats on: what Kickstarter is current Kickstarter campaigns why authors are using this site her campaign and author f…
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Bradley Tusk — a political strategist, venture capitalist, and philanthropist — joined the show to discuss lessons in how politics works, how Mayor Adams is doing, past and upcoming mayoral races, his push for mobile voting, and more. Tusk has been, among other roles, a communications director for Senator Chuck Schumer, 2009 campaign manager for Ma…
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Amina Al Sherif is the author of the Nadiri fiction series. Originally from Cairo Egypt, she immigrated to the United States in 2010 as a first generation Arab-American and African American. Amina is a member of the LGBTQ+ community as well as a BIPOC writer. Amina has worked with the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOCK) for over ten years as a…
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We've hit 132 episodes of The HYBRID Author Podcast! And to celebrate, here's a mashup of the rest of the guests who have appeared on the podcast since March: Episode 120 Built-in Book Marketing with Non-Fiction Author Anna Featherstone Episode 121 Twenty Years of Publishing and Book Consultancy in New York City With Malka Margolies Episode 122 Act…
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Noah Asher is an award winnning author of non-fiction Christian book Chaos: Overcoming The Overwhelming. An important book, carrying a big message and purpose where every book sold, a copy will be donated to a prison library or rehab centre across America. In the 131st episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of women's fict…
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Rebecca Newman is a children’s poet and flash fiction author. Her poetry has been published in The School Magazine (NSW Department of Education), a children’s poetry anthology (Bloomsbury, UK) and exhibited at Paper Bird Books and Art in Fremantle, Western Australia. Her flash fiction for adults has been shortlisted in competitions, and published i…
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From a live event at New York Law School, hear author and columnist Frank Barry talk with host Ben Max about Barry's new book Back Roads and Better Angels: A Journey Into the Heart of American Democracy, including reflections on New York's role in our national identity, challenges, and fundamental values. (Ep 450)…
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Born in tropical Far North Queensland, Renee Hayes author of fantasy books The girl who broke the world and the girl who freed the darkness, is a true dream architect, who crafts captivating tales that transport readers to realms where the extraordinary becomes reality. After working as a dental assistant for six years, Renee’s life has turned on t…
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What began with a tent purchased from an anonymous $200 donation and Dawnna Berndt’s idea to grow a garden to bring in more income, turned into a family-based vegetable farm market business (Berndt Family Produce) that’s been serving their community of customers in eastern South Dakota and western Minnesota for 24 years. At the time, she and her hu…
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New York City Council Member Shekar Krishnan, chair of the Council's Parks Committee, and Adam Ganser, Executive Director of New Yorkers for Parks, joined the show to discuss the push for more funding for city parks, pools, beaches, playgrounds, and other public recreational places. (Ep 448)By Max Politics
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To celebrate episode 128, here is an almost mid-year mashup of some of the first guests of The HYBRID Author Podcast in 2024, such as: Episode 108 Atmosphere Press, Taking Charge of Your Destiny as a Creator, Ignore the Haters or Lower Your Standards? With Dr Nick Courtright Episode 109 Making Money with Emotion With Award Winning Author of Specula…
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Les Zig has worked in publishing for the last fifteen years, specialising in structural editing and self-publishing. He is the author of This (MidnightSun Publishing 2023), Prudence (ECG Press 2023), August Falling (Pantera Press 2018), Just Another Week in Suburbia (Pantera Press 2017), and Pride (Busybird Publishing 2017). His stories focus on ch…
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Margaux Knee, Chief Administrative Officer for LinkNYC, joined the show to discuss the LinkNYC network of public wi-fi kiosks that replaced payphones around the city and the newer "5G smartpoles," public information technology, closing the 'digital divide,' public-private partnerships, and more. (Ep 447)…
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Roots go deep in today’s show. Come with me to meet fifth-generation farmers, Taylor and Cassandra Sumption, the founders of Anthem Oats. The couple grows and packages premium, gluten-free oats for retail on nearly 400 acres near Frederick, South Dakota, 27 miles north of Aberdeen on US Highway 281, just seven miles south of the North Dakota border…
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Rachael Robertson is an author, illustrator and educator. She is passionate about engaging children in art and literature in a fun and interactive way. In the 126th episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of children's and young adult fiction, women's fiction and short non-fiction for authors chats to Rachael about: the Aus…
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You can support Yousef and the other farmers in Northern Gaza HERE Yousef S H Aburabee from Beit Lahia in northern Gaza, a passionate young agricultural engineer with extensive training in the fields of agriculture and the environment. I have conducted numerous training sessions for farmers and agricultural engineers on modern techniques and organi…
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Andrew Kimball, President and CEO of the New York City Economic Development Corporation, joined the show to discuss how the Adams Administration and NYC EDC are advancing economic development initiatives, especially the 'harbor of the future' plan, the city's overall economic health, and more. (Ep 446)…
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It’s almost summer, which means pool and lake parties, family reunions and picnics, camping, and smoking out the neighborhood with your backyard grilling. It’s also time to dig out your library card, visit your local indie bookstore, and pack your beach bag with books on your “want to read” list. Today I’m bringing back my friend and book goals her…
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In this episode I am speaking with Medical Herbalist Christina Stapley about her new book A history of plant medicine. We speak about some old recipes, climate change and the history of herbalism in the UK. You can connect with Christina HERE She runs various workshops and has lots of great books to add to your herbal library. If you enjoy the podc…
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Always believing her brain lacked the essential organisation for success, a formal diagnosis at age 58 for Liz Long challenged this belief, offering a new vantage point where being different was not a flaw but an elevated perspective, becoming the cornerstone of her evolving self-understanding. Now, at the forefront of mental health advocacy, Liz s…
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Liz Whittaker is an Intimacy Coordinator who choreographs intimate scenes for theater and film. Learn more about theatrical intimacy and principles of consent on their website and IG @intimacywithliz. Conscious Content Consumption for this episode includes: @QueerSexTherapy @Consent.Wizardry Reservation Dogs on Hulu Also mentioned: Nimbus the Purra…
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New York State Senator Julia Salazar, a Brooklyn Democrat and lead sponsor of 'Good Cause Eviction' legislation, joined the show to discuss the 'good cause' compromise passed in the new state budget, how the deal got done and how it fits into the larger housing policy package, and what comes next in terms of implementing and assessing the policy. (…
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Living a life of curiosity and creativity means you will, at times, gracefully let go of things that no longer fuel your passion or serve you positively. This week's podcast guest, Bobbi Lynn Gaukel, and I agree—the earlier in life you learn this practice, the more open and freer you are to being curious and trying new things. Throughout her life, …
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Jessica Muddit is the founder of Hembury Books. Her second book Once Around the Sun has just released which is all about her adventures and mishaps backpacking solo in Asia. Jessica is passionate about getting lesser told stories out into the world by bypassing the traditional gatekeepers via her disruptive business model as a hybrid publisher. In …
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In the first episode of season 4 Liz speaks with Skylar Knight, a climate communicator with Project Drawdown. Listen to hear Skylar's story and environmental actions individuals and organizations can take to reduce their negative impact on the climate from diet to updating your banking choices. Project Drawdown Saving for the Planet Job Function Ac…
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Chelsea Luker is an Autistic/ADHDer psychologist, and is the proud owner of Connect Us Psychology. With a deep-rooted commitment to the Autistic/ADHD community, Chelsea dedicates her professional life to supporting Autistic/ADHD individuals across the lifespan. Chelsea is also a parent to two young neurodivergent children. Drawing from her lived an…
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Have you thought about who you’ll pass down your handwritten recipes to? If you’re like Wendy Doornink and me, you have a mix of handwritten recipe cards from family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and of course, yourself. This episode might make you think about who the next person might be to keep those cherished recipes in your family. In our vi…
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New York City Deputy Mayor Maria Torres-Springer joined host Ben Max at a live event at New York Law School's Center for New York City Law to discuss the Adams Administration's housing agenda, particularly the policies the City wants from the State. (Episode 443)By Max Politics
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Chris Benetti owns Smart Author® Media and is an expert in book marketing. To date, he has helped his clients collectively generate over $20,000,000 in sales from their books and digital offers, and in 2023, Chris sold over 19,000 books for his clients. Chris’ mission is to make marketing and selling books easy to understand for business owners by …
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With over twenty years' experience within the publishing industry, Malka Margolies is a Book Consultant, Senior Public Relations and Communications Executive and Nonfiction Judaica Books Expert based out of New York city. In the 121st episode of The HYBRID Author Podcast host Joanne Morrell, author of children's and young adult fiction, women's fic…
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Amanda Madden is a local filmmaker and queer community builder based out of Salt Lake City. Check out upcoming workshops and queer collaborations on their website. Conscious Content Consumption for this episode includes: @AriaVelz / @CriticalLesbian - Lesbian Film Reviewer Lilith’s Brood series by Octavia Butler Also mentioned: Freyja’s cat-pulled …
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In this episode, you and I are going to meet Betty’s Antiques owner, Liz Murphy from St. Paul, Minnesota. She’s walking us through her charming vintage boutique on the historic corner of Selby and Snelling Avenues, plus she shares the sweet way her grandma Betty influenced how she dresses up a table, in a non-fussy sort of way, so that we can make …
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Welcome to the 50th episode! We’re heading to Iowa today to speak with Iowa Egg Council’s Board Chairman Bruce Dooyema, and Director of Marketing and Communications Melissa Alto-Kintigh about one powerhouse food—eggs. IOWA IS THE #1 STATE IN EGG PRODUCTION First, we cover the basics, like how many eggs a chicken lays in a day, what determines the c…
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Gersh Kuntzman, editor in chief of Streetsblog NYC and longtime city journalist, joined the show to discuss the long arc of congestion pricing approval, the 3/27/24 final MTA Board passage of the program, its planned June implementation, potential benefits, pitfalls, and unknowns — and more. (Episode 439)…
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Anna Featherstone is an author whisperer, empowering writers at various stages of their writing, publishing, and book marketing journey. She is the non-fiction advisor to the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) and founder of Bold Authors, a collaborative course hub where authors share knowledge and nous. The author of five books, her title Look…
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Assembly Members Catalina Cruz of Queens and Brian Cunningham of Brooklyn joined the show to discuss their top legislative and budget priorities and the status of state budget negotiations with a deal due by April 1, including on the major issue of housing policy. Cruz also discussed her focus on immigrant communities and the asylum-seeker crisis, …
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Batter up! You don’t have to be from the Midwest to feel like a part of the community we’re talking about today—that’s because our beloved Friday night fish fry welcomes people from around the world to sit across the table with each other at parish schools and fellowship halls, to supper clubs, taverns, and community centers to enjoy golden-fried o…
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