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Best Low Blows podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Low Blows podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Will McClary, Jorge Hernandez, and Justin Goodrum host The Low Blow. Based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico we discuss the national and local boxing and MMA scene each week. From the ring to the octagon we are no holds barred opinion. Twitter @TheLowBlow, facebook.com/lowblowpodcast, LowBlow505@gmail.com
 
Han Solo vs. Malcolm Reynolds. Batman vs. the Incredible Hulk. You've had the argument at your local comic shop. Now let Peat Ski and J. Pygmaelion Pigula settle the debate once and for all. With over fifty years experience in nerdom between them, no character is too esoteric, no match-up too one-sided, and no blow low enough to keep these two from settling the score.
 
Authentic sex is a podcast about all-things sex, pleasure and relationships and is hosted by Australia’s leading sexologist, Juliet Allen. With a reputation for her bold and straight-to-the-point manner, Juliet shares her expertise on sex and relationships, plus facilitates real-life conversations about sex with some of the world’s leaders in the field of sexuality and relationships. Find out more at www.juliet-allen.com
 
Want to feel amazing, be immune to negativity, and take control during any situation? In this podcast, Michael J. Russ, transformational speaker and International bestselling author of "Zero Adversity," shares universal elements you can apply to transcend low self-esteem, fear, frustration, worry, scarcity, and unhappiness, and shape who you are and your experience of life from a position of power. Listen, subscribe, and share. When you change, the world around you changes as well.
 
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business. Carey interviews top leaders like Andy Stanley, Craig Groeschel, Chuck Swindoll, Brian Houston, Jon Acuff, Kara Powell, Chris Brown, Louie Giglio, Thom Rainer, Mark Batterson, Ravi Zacharias, Lewis Howes, Christine Hassler, Jenni Catron, William Vanderbloemen and many more. The podcast features a mix of well-know ...
 
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For the first time, Rick, Cian, Katey and Phil host an episode of Low Blows Live-ish over Zoom with some subscribers in attendance! They discuss the evolving Black Live Matter situation in-depth before getting to your great questions... @davebandana: I've now been watching a lot of different comedians online lately. So I'd like to know what is the …
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by World Series champion CC Sabathia to discuss his experience at the protests in Brooklyn, the moment he realized the nation was ignited by the killing of George Floyd, and the platforms today's athletes have and their ability to speak out against injustice. They also discuss CC's time with the New York Yankees …
 
Black Fret has created a new way for musicians to make money while live music venues slowly being to open up. The Austin music nonprofit has launched a new livestream series with money from a $50,000 grant from the Stand With Austin fund. Local acts will get $500 to play sets for companies who book the events as virtual happy-hour entertainment for…
 
University of Texas sophomore pitcher Owen Meaney has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal, a Texas spokesperson confirmed on Monday. Meaney’s departure from the Longhorns was first reported by 247Sports. Due to the NCAA’s decision to give back a year of eligibility to its spring athlete, Meaney can play for three seasons at his next stop. A 6-5 righ…
 
In response to a lawsuit filed on behalf of three former student-athletes who claim that the NCAA failed to protect them and others from sexual abuse and harassment, the NCAA argued it has no legal duty to protect student-athletes from such predatory conduct Wednesday. Erin Aldrich, Londa Bevins and Jessica Johnson filed the class action in March 2…
 
The Bastrop County Elections Department issued an emergency action plan last week that will include providing hand sanitizer to all voters during runoff and special elections in July amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed at each polling location during early voting and election day for voters to use upon entry and …
 
More than 200 people marched around the Williamson County Courthouse in Georgetown on Wednesday in a peaceful “Black Lives Matter” protest of the death of George Floyd and the treatment of black people by police. Georgetown Police Chief Wayne Nero walked around the square with the organizer of the protest and later said he was going to work on brin…
 
The University of Texas’ fall semester will include limited classroom capacities, open residence halls and the option for students to take all classes completely online. In a letter to the community Wednesday, interim UT President Jay Hartzell laid out a plan for the coming semester that included guidelines for social distancing and academics. Last…
 
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are locked in a tight contest in Texas, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday. In the survey of 1,166 self-identified registered voters in Texas conducted May 28 to June 1, Trump had 1 percentage point over Biden — 44% to 43% — five months out from the general electio…
 
Everyone who has gathered in downtown Austin since Friday to protest police brutality is encouraged to get tested for the coronavirus, the city’s public health authority said Wednesday. The demonstrations have the potential to intensify the ongoing health crisis, officials warned, because participants are in close proximity with one another and hav…
 
A member of the security force temporarily assigned to the Texas Capitol has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the State Preservation Board. The agency was informed overnight that a COVID-19 case had been confirmed at the Capitol, which has had extra security during recent protests over police brutality. A Texas National Guard spoke…
 
Texas State University student Justin Howell was one of the people who were critically injured when Austin police shot protesters with beanbag rounds during protests over the weekend, university president Denise Trauth said on social media Wednesday. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley on Monday said Howell was not the intended target of the round tha…
 
Opening Phase 3 of his effort to restart the Texas economy, Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday gave permission for most businesses to immediately expand operating capacity from 25% to 50%. In addition to letting restaurants operate at half their capacity, Abbott’s latest executive order allowed bars to operate at 50% capacity as long patrons are seated.…
 
Austin’s famed Barton Springs Pool has released preliminary plans for modified operations during the coronavirus pandemic. The plans come ahead of an opening date announcement, which hasn’t been made yet. The pool was closed mid-March in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19. Once the pool is reopened, city officials say, no admission fees will…
 
The Austin Symphony and Austin Opera have dismissed principal trombonist Brenda Sansig Salas (SAN-sihg SAH-lahs) after a string of comments she posted on social media defending President Donald Trump and blasting black protesters who, quote, “deserve what they get.” Salas’ Facebook account appears to have been withdrawn, but screengrabs provided to…
 
In its largest acquisition ever, Austin technology company National Instruments said it has agreed to acquire Israel-based data analytics company OptimalPlus for $365 million. National Instruments specializes in testing and measurement hardware and software systems used in a number of industries, primarily by engineers and enterprises. The company …
 
About three dozen residents lined the Old Iron Bridge in Bastrop (BAS-truhp) on Sunday afternoon peacefully hoisting handwritten signs that denounced police violence after George Floyd, an unarmed black man, died last week as a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck. One of those supporters was Bastrop Interim Police Chief Clint Nagy, who dro…
 
The Williamson County commissioners have approved spending 40 million dollars in federal funds to help cities, businesses, the Williamson County and Cities Health District and other health-related groups pay for costs associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The county approved allocating 20 million dollars to help cities in the county and $1 mill…
 
Pflugerville police say three people broke into a gun range and stole 32 firearms. Officials said the burglars broke into Red’s Indoor Range North on West Pecan Street around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday. They were described as being in their late teens or 20s. Pflugerville police are working with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to fin…
 
The Bastrop County sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help with locating a 23-year-old man who is a person of interest in a homicide. The man also is wanted on a felony tampering with evidence charge. Michael Edward Heath is described as having brown hair and brown eyes, standing at 5 foot 10 and weighing 190 pounds. The sheriff’s office s…
 
Six people have been arrested for allegedly taking part in the looting of a EZ Pawn shop on Seventh Street in East Austin. Austin police received a call shortly before 1 a.m. on Monday about 50 people who were seen inside the store, according to arrest affidavits. The documents say two people, identified as Tomvonte (tuhm-VAWN-tay) Moore and Kinnar…
 
During a hearing Tuesday, no one disputed a doctor’s decision that a former Texas Capitol staffer accused of killing his neighbor and then going on a shooting rampage in 2018 was competent to stand trial. 31-year-old Charles Curry is charged with murder and aggravated assault. The competency finding will allow prosecutors to continue their case, wh…
 
Successful in round one, the city of Austin is headed toward a legal rematch with anti-abortion advocates for sidestepping a state law that prohibits local governments from doing business with abortion providers. Senate Bill 22, which went into the books last year, barred government entities from using taxpayer money to fund abortions. But Austin’s…
 
New coronavirus cases in Austin and Travis County have trended steadily upward in the weeks after the reopenings of some local businesses, but health officials say the actual number of infections could be seven to eight times higher than statistics show. Health officials say they are seeing about 60 new coronavirus cases in Austin and Travis County…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott said Tuesday that Texas doesn’t need and won’t be seeking U.S. military assistance to deal with protest violence. At a news conference at Dallas City Hall and joined by Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson and Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Abbott said he would not ask U.S. military to come to Texas because, quote, “we know that Texans can tak…
 
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by civil rights activist and podcaster DeRay Mckesson to discuss a plan he and his team at Campaign Zero have been working on to systematically reform police departments to combat police brutality. They discuss how the use of recently obtained data, education, and smart solutions can help bring about these change…
 
The free Zilker Summer Musical, an annual rite for tens of thousands of Austinites since the 1950s, won’t happen this year at the Zilker Hillside Theater. Zilker Theater Productions announced that its 2020 show, the ABBA musical, “Mama Mia,” will be postponed until 2021. The producers said n audition workshop for the community was conducted in Febr…
 
You might be looking for ways you can contribute to anti-racism efforts. One way is to support black-owned businesses in your community, and the Statesman’s Austin 360 has rounded up a list of black-owned food businesses, including food products and catering companies, from the Austin area. Many black-owned food businesses have been pushed out over…
 
After rising by 11 cents per gallon over the previous month, Austin-area gas prices held steady this week. But whether they will continue to climb -- and how high prices could go -- isn’t clear, according to industry website GasBuddy.com. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is currently $1.60 in the Austin area, according to…
 
A 24-year-old man died in a collision between a car and an 18-wheeler tractor trailer around 5:45 a.m. Monday in Taylor, police said. Dillon Patrick Coy of Bremond (BREE-mond) died at the scene in the 300 block of Southwest Carlos Parker Boulevard. The driver of the truck received minor injuries. Coy’s death was the first traffic fatality in Taylor…
 
A man is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in 2016 in Round Rock when he was a volunteer at Pflugerville High School, according to an arrest affidavit. 25-year-old John Sterling was charged with sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony punishable by up to 20 years in prison. The charge was filed May 14 and released on Monday. I…
 
Meteorologists are keeping a close eye on a tropical depression in the Yucatán Peninsula that is expected to turn into a tropical storm Tuesday. The National Weather Service said Monday that it is too early to forecast the storm’s impact on Central Texas. The weather service said the depression formed from the remnants of a different storm that dri…
 
Upholding a state law that requires all lawyers to join and pay dues to the State Bar of Texas, a federal judge has rejected a challenge from conservative attorneys who said they should not be forced to subsidize diversity programs or efforts to help immigrants at the border with Mexico. U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel of Austin ruled Friday that co…
 
With the Texas economy reeling from a crash in oil prices and business shutdowns related to COVID-19, the state’s share of sales taxes collected in May plunged 2.61 billion dollars, or 13.2 percent, the sharpest decline in a decade. It was the second consecutive month of swiftly falling sales tax revenue, which supplies a major portion of the state…
 
When bars were allowed to reopen about 10 days ago, Rahim Momin had strong hopes for a rebound in sales at the 24-hour convenience store he owns in the heart of Austin’s Sixth Street entertainment district. Instead, his store — called Shop 24 — sat boarded up and mostly closed over the weekend as hundreds of people demonstrated against police viole…
 
Texas could see an increase in COVID-19 cases after a weekend of protests across the state, local officials and public health experts warned Monday. But it will be nearly impossible to know how many new cases of the coronavirus can be linked to protests in the state’s most populous cities. Many of the demonstrations came less than a week after a bu…
 
Austin City Council members said Monday that they will hold an emergency hearing this week to address concerns about officers’ response to racial injustice protests over the weekend and to address what they see as little cooperation from Austin police leadership to transform policing policies. Council members scheduled the hearing for Thursday afte…
 
16-year-old Brad Ayala (ah-YAH-lah) had just finished his shift at an Austin sandwich shop on Saturday when he joined the protests along Interstate 35 calling for an end to police brutality. He ended up in the hospital that night after Austin police hit him in the head with a beanbag round and seriously injured him. Ayala is one of several people —…
 
In episode 112 of Authentic Sex, Juliet is joined by award-winning journalist and leader, Alison Rice. Juliet and Alison answer listener’s questions about how to cum more often, how to survive heartbreak, lack of desire for a partner, birth control methods, Juliet’s personal life, plus so much more. This episode is for everyone - men, women, young …
 
How long will the economic slump and uncertainty last? Scott Harrison of charity: water thinks leaders should brace for a long disruption, and shares why that is. Whether you agree or not, preparing for the worst positions you to flourish no matter what the outcome. Scott also talks about multiple pivots charity: water has done, how to approach hig…
 
How long will the economic slump and uncertainty last? Scott Harrison of charity: water thinks leaders should brace for a long disruption, and shares why that is. Whether you agree or not, preparing... Read the whole entry... »By The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast
 
Our longtime friend, author and wild game chef extraordinaire Hank Shaw makes his return to the show this week. We discuss regional pastimes such as mushroom hunting and bleeding venison in ice water. Also on the table is what to do with silver skin (are there situations you should leave it on?), low and slow [...]…
 
Yuyo Peruano, the Peruvian restaurant from the El Chile Group, has closed permanently due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Manor Road eatery from chef Maribel Rivero and her brother, Carlos, had been open since 2017. In a 2019 review, American-Statesman dining critic Matthew Odan gave Yuyo a grade of 7.5 out of 10. Maribel Rivero, a James Beard Awa…
 
Larry Foles knows that there’s “something about a crunch.” Specifically the kind of piquant crunch that comes with double fried chicken, dipped in seasoned cayenne oil after frying. That style of Nashville-inspired hot chicken has served as the main draw for Tumble 22, the restaurant that he and partner chef Harold Marmulstein initially opened as a…
 
There’s still time to spread the word about the best places to work in Austin. Nominations remain open for the American-Statesman’s 2020 Top Workplaces of Greater Austin project. The project recognizes employers that stand for the best in leadership, vision, an employee- centered culture and other qualities. Any employer is eligible -- private comp…
 
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