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Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
Trash pick up. EMS and 911 service. Roads and sidewalks. Business licenses. School bus routes. These are the things that impact your day-to-day life, and they are all part of local government. But hardly anyone pays attention to local government - until they have a problem. We want to change that. Simple Civics: Greenville County is here to help you learn about and get involved in your local government in Greenville County, South Carolina. Whether you live in downtown Greenville or Possum Ki ...
 
Cheap Hooch features hosts Holly, Li Po, and Island Girl playing the best in Punk, Garage, Trash, Soul, Rockabilly, Primitive Rock n' Roll, Psychedelia, Shoegaze, and pretty much anything else that strikes our fancy. Each episode focuses on local artists, music from independent and DIY sources and music history. We also cover local news with our Show Recommendations and Promotions and Life in San Francisco Stories.
 
Welcome to the Gabba Gabba Huh? Podcast, featuring the best of The Carolinas' punk, alternative, hard rock, and heavy metal from the past 40 years. While the main podcast (Gabba Gabba Huh? Talks) will be more converstional and interview style, while "Gabba Gabba Huh? Radio" will focus on the music, with some background information on the songs and bands featured. Most songs will be digitized from original vinyl, cassette, or CD sources, thus the quality will vary, but will be rather true to ...
 
The broadcast (then podcast) of a conversation between two strangers (in every sense) at a local venue. Two generations, a curious young mind and an adult whose experience will vary depending on the topic chosen by the students. Kids will learn first hand from city officials, health and science workers, journalists, single mothers, immigrants, city scavengers, trash collectors, bakers, restaurateurs, book worms, and every character that relates to their own defined quest.
 
An inclusive audio space, Conscious Chatter opens the door to conversations about our clothing + the layers of stories, meaning and potential impact connected to what we wear. Hosted by Kestrel Jenkins, Conscious Chatter reimagines the narrative around sustainability, explores the importance of resourcefulness, questions conscious consumerism, and works to deconstruct how oppressive systems impact the sustainable fashion space.
 
Here’s a little story about a trio of janitors. Might have heard they worked at a well-known film school. They picked up a few things other than trash. They might hate your movie, or if drunk think it’s cool. Every now and then they get together for a lunch break. Trash talk some movie, or TV, or streaming. Rodney and Jason and Sean – they all clean halls. If you listen close you can hear kids screaming: Film School Janitors! 2019 Music from YouTube Audio Library [Aka YAL] 2019 Music provide ...
 
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HARDHEADED

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HARDHEADED

Matt Amos, Chet Sears & Troy Trussell

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HARDHEADED: A practical and realistic podcast with a view/opinion of current events, culture, news, sports, business, entrepreneurship, outdoors, life skills, movies, music, food, etc., bundled up in humor and some friendly trash talk then finished off with a positive note to encourage our listeners. Join Matt, Troy, and Chet as they weave their varied experiences from the Marine Corps, large corporations, small business owners, dedicated fathers, and non-profit work into fun and insightful ...
 
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State of the Bay

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State of the Bay

Joseph Pace, Ethan Elkind, Grace Won

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CITY VISIONS has a new name and look.Introducing the new STATE OF THE BAY.Every Monday at 6 p.m., beginning March 15.We’ve always been more than just “The City.” We talk about the entire Bay Area and its connections to California, and beyond. And as our show turns 30 years old, we figured it was the perfect time to pick a name that reflects who we are and what we do.We’ll keep bringing you live and local conversations with diverse voices. We’ll talk about where we live and what matters most. ...
 
It’s been said that most Sunday morning sermons all sound the same. Well, it’s a good thing this isn’t a podcast of church sermons. Each Monday, Tech, Fred Greene and Jason Blount dig deep into important and necessary conversions that reflect heavy into the Christian life, conversations that you may not be having at your local Sunday morning service. If you are looking for challenging and thought-provoking conversations about God and the Christian faith than this is the podcast for you.
 
Do you want to learn the ins and outs of owning rental property in Birmingham, Alabama? Want to hear from local pros as they break down the areas, the deals, and even pitfalls rental owners fall into? Then you've come to the right podcast. Join rental experts, Matthew Whitaker and Spencer Sutton, as they provide you with the local scoop and interview both hometown and nationally-renowned investment heroes.
 
Do you want to learn the ins and outs of the Atlanta, Georgia real estate market? Want to hear from local pros as they break down the areas, the deals, and even pitfalls from decades of experience? Then you've come to the right podcast. Join real estate experts, Matthew Whitaker and Spencer Sutton, as they provide you with the local scoop and interview both hometown and nationally-renowned investment heroes.
 
How much do you think about what you throw away? A waste management cycle is essential for a sustainable future. This album considers the policy and legislation that is driving waste management processes across the EU. By modelling the overall environmental impacts of solid waste disposal methods, the UK government has now created a hierarchy of waste and local management strategies. The 12 video tracks in this album offer an in depth look at each of these processes, concentrating on waste c ...
 
chirp / CHərp / verb - to make fun of or joke around with; trash-talk; commonly associated with hockey. Related forms: chirp·er, noun. “Wynonna Earp” is a TV show about the Albertan demon-killin’, gun-totin’ heir to Wyatt Earp’s cursed legacy. Erika Ensign recruits her Albertan friends Annette Wierstra and Kirsten Goruk to share a local perspective on the shenanigans in Purgatory and the Ghost River Triangle (which we all know is central Alberta because that’s where they film the show). The ...
 
Yari Dessì aka Yari D was born in Cagliari in 'August 1988. Moves first steps in music through a school project that involved the construction of a radio and trasmission on the FM band at the age of 17 years. For the game tried to put two songs on the radio itself. From there he developed his passion for the art of DJing.Nel 2009 came the consecration and his first concerts in different rooms of Cagliari. So far he has worked in various local Orus, Wasabi, Interno24, OpenGate, Klab, Charlie, ...
 
**Welcome to The Tenacious Podcast** ABOUT US. From his very early school years all Dave wanted to do is play music, so after playing lots of private parties in the late 80's and DJ'ing in the local clubs, he very quickly got involved with the Kent Soul Festivals, which led on to securing his first ever radio show on Sunrise 88.75 in London. With a huge passion for the music and the buzz of doing radio show's, he had shows on many other stations too over the years including Juice FM, Flex FM ...
 
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Redistricting our Country Council seats in Greenville County is almost complete. Today we'll hear from Lawson Wetli with the League of Women Voters and the NAACP to talk about the maps. How they look, whether we are happy with them, the process for getting here, and what's next. _ Produced by Amalfi Media. For more info, go to https://amalfimedia.c…
 
Today we are discussing the Pastor Mike Todd Situation along with what is the reputation of the Church and what part do we play in that? Contact Us: Email: @disruptedfaithpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @disruptedfaithpodcast Twitter: @disruptedfaith Facebook: Disrupted Faith Podcast (NEW!!!) Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/disru...…
 
Acorn Newspapers managing editor John Loesing joins the podcast to help break down the impact of redistricting and discuss some of the races the staff will be watching closely. Accompanying Links: Maps shift region’s political landscape Major changes in store for congressional, state districts Parvin to enter race for District 4 Branching Out Find …
 
This film didn't make much of an impact at the theaters, and that might have sent director Ridley Scott on a tirade about superhero movies ruining "the movies." But his other film that came out at the same time did pretty well!THE LAST DUEL is a film that's hard to market. It's a story about rape culture now told through the lens of a 14th century …
 
Are we finally getting somewhere? In fourth episode of THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT, we finally see he retrieve the last item on his checklist: his spaceship. (We've seen everything else on his checklist in the first three episodes and THE MANDALORIAN.) Will the story finally commence with enthusiasm and surprises? Listen to find out if the Film School Ja…
 
2021 witnessed a world in the grips of a second year of a global pandemic. What did we learn about how sustainable our culture and planet are or have become? And what new technologies are coming in 2022 that will impact our ability to live lightly on the planet? Will they be a boon to resilience - or the seed of the next big challenge? Join Annie a…
 
The Film School Janitors are back in school and they're going to Nic Cage University! They will watch and review every movie Nicolas Cage has ever made - and ever will make - even if it sends them to the Ghostland!Speaking of Ghostland... this week's assignment is a doozy: PRISONERS OF THE GHOSTLAND! Nic Cage himself has said it's one of the crazie…
 
San Diego can breathe easier. Because there's less garbage wafting in our face. The trash strike that seized the city of Chula Vista and parts of San Diego is over. But how did it all go down? VOSD editor Jesse Marx joins us this week to talk about the negotiations, the workers demands and how Republic Services broke the strike. Plus: Big news from…
 
This week, Matt Amos, Chet Sears and Troy Trussell cover the rapture, tribulation, eschatology, you know, the lighter conversation topics!!! Where do you stand on the subject? We move on and cover our top 3 words that annoy us! You'll be surprised by Matt's #1. Chet closes out the episode talking about "Identity" as we begin a walk through a Bible …
 
The Film School Janitors have collected them all! (All, if you don't consider the video game, or any comic books or novels...)They've finally watched THE ANIMATRIX - some for the first time! What did they think? Does it enhance the story or detract from it? Was it more important to watch back when it came out between RELOADED and REVELATIONS? Liste…
 
Episode 260 is a special edition recap episode that highlights what we learned in season 5. This show is intended to help us gain perspective, so we can move more intentionally into season 6. “We need everybody pursuing intersectionality, environmentalism, sustainability — like, whatever you’re latching onto in terms of progress, latch onto it, but…
 
Serving on a board or commission that is appointed by your city or county is a meaningful way to serve in local government without running for office. Autumn Shearin, who works at Harvest Hope Food Bank, was looking for a way to make a difference in local government, and her appointment to the Thrive Upstate Board made perfect allows her to give a …
 
The church has been around for centuries, but with all the changes happening--like this shift from physical churches to online-only ones. How can our faith keep growing without losing what makes us who we are? Join us on The Disrupted Faith Podcast as we explore these questions and more! Contact Us: Email: @disruptedfaithpodcast@gmail.com Instagram…
 
Branching Out’s David Lopez shares his COVID experience with Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton and host Kyle Jorrey. Steepleton and Jorrey also discuss surging cases, local testing chaos and how local journalists at the Acorn find balance while reporting on COVID. Accompanying Links: District attorney warns against home test price gouging Teachers ha…
 
It feels like we’re in the middle of a very awkward transition between treating COVID-19 as a disease we’re collectively trying to contain and one that is part of the spectrum of respiratory diseases humans face without much fear every year. If you get the virus now, you have to manage rules for going back to school and work that are related to col…
 
This week, Matt Amos, Chet Sears and Troy Trussell cover the broken K-12 school system. We have all had different experiences with the school system with our kids. Troy uncovers some of the things driving the problems. We then turn our discussion to the Top 3 action movies. Clearly Red Dawn is number 1 so we find out the other 8 movies that make th…
 
Salem Lake in Winston-Salem, N.C. Image courtesy of Cooper Sullivan. Cooper Sullivan/WFDD Since early September, Salem Lake’s water levels have been about 10 feet lower than normal as construction crews are working on the boat ramp and retaining walls. For people, this just means a few months without water activities. But Kernersville native and fr…
 
The Film School Janitors are back in school and they're going to NIC CAGE UNIVERSITY!Their goal is to watch and review every movie Nicolas Cage has ever made and will make!The first assignment for the new year is a 2000 sort-of holiday classic(?): THE FAMILY MAN!It's kind of a lazy version of IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE or MR. MIRACLE... or maybe it's li…
 
Episode 7 The 2020 Census data shows that San Diego is more diverse than ever, with especially large growth in its Asian and Latino populations. But there are also big, thriving communities that we have very little information about. They're effectively hidden by the Census, a standard bearer of data for the country. So, who are these hidden commun…
 
Dr. Shaniece Criss is busy as a health science faculty member at Furman University, a member of many community boards and initiatives, and a wonderful wife and mother. But she felt the calling to serve by running for elected office. In this episode, she shares her experience as a member of the Travelers Rest City Council and tips for how you can ge…
 
We all want to be optimistic, but how do we know when our optimism turns disingenuous? This is the question we ask on the latest episode of the Disrupted Faith Podcast. Join us as we share how there are moments in life where we need to take a step back and admit we are not ok? Contact Us: Email: @disruptedfaithpodcast@gmail.com Instagram: @disrupte…
 
The latest season of COBRA KAI is a smash hit, and the Film School Janitors are on time with their review!Will Johnny and Daniel ever become besties? That's all we really want, right? Does it happen this season finally? Either watch it and listen to the review, or listen to the review then watch. No matter what - just listen!…
 
Melissa Bumstead of Parents vs Santa Susana Field Lab and Denise Duffield of Physicians for Social Responsibility join host Kyle Jorrey to discuss a new documentary they are featured in, "In the Dark of the Valley," that follows the controversial story of the Santa Susana Field Lab cleanup. Accompanying Links: Field Lab Doc Highlights Lack of Trust…
 
The history surrounding the early days of electricity involved backstabbing, double dealing, huge egos battling it out in public – the electrocution of horses, dogs, people, and even elephants. Dubbed “the battle of the currents”, this dis-information campaign pitted Thomas Edison against Tesla (and his boss, Westinghouse). Another in our Dead Whit…
 
As the new year dawns on us, omicron is letting loose. The latest, super contagious coronavirus variant was fueled from the holidays and is now hampering daily life — and San Diego is no exception. Local public services and government agencies are getting hit hard. Universities are pushing classes back online. Hospitals and firehouses are seeing un…
 
This week, Matt Amos, Chet Sears and Troy Trussell cover a tough topic. We dive into Omicron and Covid-19 in general. Do lockdowns work? Will Omicron end the pandemic? Why has the medical community not widely accepted therapeudics and monoclonal antibodies? The guys then turn to the Top 3 segment, where we talk about practical jokes. Don't get any …
 
In this episode the members from the Bussy Kween Power Trip band describe in detail their ideal monument. This seventh season of Blok by Blok was inspired by conversations with one of Chicago skateboard legends Jesse Neuhaus (@jesse_t_neuhaus.) Wave Function as he calls it, is an ideal monument that you admire from afar, maybe hop, ride or simply s…
 
Oops! Here's another long-lost review that's been NETFLIX AND CHILLED!Our recording equipment has changed over these last few years, and these are the reviews that were lost in the shuffle and never posted! This is the first of many, and perhaps it will become a new trend of looking up forgotten Netflix films, but for now enjoy:The Film School Jani…
 
Tikeeta Wallace says, “I started going down (to County Council) and peeking in those meetings and I realized they were actually talking about my community. And when I realized that, I realized that if you’re going to be talking about my community and making choices on my community, if I can be here and speak, and I’m going to take every opportunity…
 
Netflix has successfully created content that's received attention from the Academy Awards before, so this time they shot for the stars! That's a pun! Because this movie is about space trying to kill us, and it's loaded with movie stars!The Film School Janitors watched DON'T LOOK UP, and these are their thoughts about the satire that might ring a l…
 
The Film School Janitors watched the first episode of THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT and some of them watched it twice! But it might not be for the reason you would initially think. Listen to find out their thoughts on the long-awaited saga of the most famous costume in Star Wars!By Film School Janitors
 
Just as tiny houses require all the limited space to be used efficiently for shelter – urban forest gardens use every bit of available space (side-to-side as well as up-and-down) to grow a mix of local produce. But farming in an urban setting present a unique set of challenges – from codes and zoning that may shut it down, to theft and vandalism, t…
 
Before we poke our heads in to 2022, let's look back — about 18 years. This week, we're dropping a special interview between Scott Lewis and host of the San Diego 101 podcast, Maya Srikrishnan. Scott was featured on the latest SD101 episode, "A Short History of San Diego Politics," along with Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher and San Diego Cit…
 
This week, Matt Amos, Chet Sears and Troy Trussell discuss the worker shortage and how it is impacting just about everyone, especially the small business community. Are wages too low? The guys then turn their focus to 2022 and provide their top 3 inspirational quotes to get you fired up about improving your live in the New Year. Chet closes us out …
 
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