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Join comedic legend Martin Short (Father of the Bride, Three Amigos, SCTV) and Academy Award nominee Don Hahn (producer of Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King) as they discuss their new film.Frankenweenie is the latest creation from creative genius Tim Burton (Alice in Wonderland, The Nightmare Before Christmas). A stop-motion animation in glorious black and white and 3D, Frankenweenie is the story of a young boy who harnesses the power of science to bring his dog back to life.
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One Hot Pod

Kelsey and Tyler Hahn

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One Hot Pod is a comedy podcast where husband-wife duo, Kelsey and Tyler Hahn, review and discuss romantic fiction. New episodes released every Tuesday.
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An Engaged Mindfulness Podcast for those bringing mindfulness and transformational contemplative practices to underserved populations. Our nonprofit’s particular focus is teaching mindfulness in prisons, jails, and all those impacted by the criminal justice system.
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Lifelong buddies and die hard leaf fans Adam Lesco and Josh Coleman argue, laugh and discuss all things NHL and more. Weekly episodes except the weeks they don't record. Ever-growing list of impressive and recurring guests, featuring current NHL general manager Pierre Dorion, former NHLers including Matthew Barnaby & Martin Biron, as well as esteemed members of hockey media; TSN’s James Duthie, The Athletic's Ian Mendes, LeafsTV's Paul Hendricks, Sportsnet's Luke Fox & Nick Alberga, SiriusXM ...
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In this episode, Vita Pires talks with cohost John MacAdams about her work with the Prison Mindfulness Institute and her experiences facilitating mindfulness groups in prisons and jails. The power of awareness to lessen reactivity Mindfulness as support in conflict situations Skills for Facilitation VITA PIRES Vita Pires, Ph.D., CMT-P, RYT, has bee…
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In this episode, Chia-Ti Chiu talks with Vita Pires about her work with Lineage Project. Embodying a trauma-conscious and resilience-based methodology Unpacking privilege, biases, and blind spots The evolution of the Lineage Project CHIA-TI CHIU (she/her) Chia-Ti has been working with the Lineage Project since 2009. As a senior teacher, she shares …
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In this episode, John MacAdams talks with Garth Smelser about his experiences working with both incarcerated individuals as a chaplain and as a mindfulness trainer for corrections professionals. Stepping into the alien environment of custody Relating to inmates, relating to security staff What’s important about training corrections professionals JO…
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In this episode, Martine Batchelor talks with Vita Pires about her experiences working with those in prisons and teaching Secular Buddhism. Developing the path of secular Buddhism Practices for fear and anxiety Working with those who have resistance to meditation and/or (seemingly) don't care about the consequences of actions MARTINE BATCHELOR Mart…
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In this episode, Matthew Hahn talks with cohost John MacAdams about his experiences with mindfulness while incarcerated and his work post-incarceration as a facilitator for Mindful Prisons. The value of creating safe spaces What happens after volunteers leave the facility Full circle, returning to Folsom Prison to teach the Dharma MATTHEW HAHN Matt…
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Vikram Yadav is an Associate Professor in the chemical and biological engineering department at the University of British Columbia and the Director, MEL Program in Sustainable Process Engineering. He is also the Co-Founder of Tersa Earth Innovations. The company is advancing unique biological technologies that extract toxins, metals and metalloids …
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In this episode, Richard Shankman talks with Vita Pires about his experiences teaching meditation in California prisons in the 1970s and how that has influenced his work to date. Early days (1970s) of contemplative programs in California Prisons Working with Youth (mindful schools) Importance of humility and ‘not knowing’ mindset when working with …
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Greg is the Chief Executive Officer and President of Alaska Energy Metals Corporation. Alaska Energy MetalsCorporation (AEMC) is working on a large-scale nickel project in Central Alaska to safeguard America’s energy future, stemming from the heightened demand for electric vehicles (EV). The demand for nickel is skyrocketing because of its use in E…
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In this episode, Jonah M. David talks with John MacAdams about his experiences volunteering and facilitating creative arts workshops in men's and women's prisons. Creative Arts programming; Giving a voice to the unseen The challenges of long-term artistic collaborations with inmates Personal growth from the wisdom found inside the walls JONAH M. DA…
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In this episode, Trime Persinger speaks with John MacAdams about her work as a prison chaplain with the Oregon Department of Corrections. Seeing Yourself and Loving Well in prison work. Stable, Caring Presence: providing environments where practice can flourish behind bars. Mindful Communication: the program, how it started, and what happened when …
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The boys finally return for Ep 113 and there's a lot to catch up on. Little update on Coley's new dad life, the current state of the house restoration project, and a glimpse into Lesco's return to country living. NHL-wise, Babcock does Babcock things, the Sens continue to Sen, Edmonton STINKS, NHL Global Series was a hit, and the Leafs are....ok. S…
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In this episode, Bill Brown talks with Vita Pires, about his work with the Prison Yoga Project. The harm punitive incarceration causes for the incarcerated, staff, and families. Working with the body to discharge unresolved trauma Yoga as a tool for tapping into embodied wisdom BILL BROWN, C-IAYT, Bill is the Executive Director of Prison Yoga Proje…
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Satish Rao is a business advisor and a mining expert helping shape the future of sustainable growth for the industrial economy. Currently, he serves as a managing director at Clareo, a global strategy firm, where he focuses on energy, resources, and materials. Rao helps businesses transform to meet future decarbonization, ESG, sustainability, and g…
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In this episode, Micah Anderson speaks with Fleet Maull about his experiences working with incarcerated youth through the Mind Body Awareness Project. 3 steps for creating safety while facilitating training/workshops Barriers to using a curriculum with traumatized youth Importance of partnerships for sustainable support for youth parolees MICAH DAV…
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In this episode, Liz Richardson talks with Fleet Maull about her new play, Unconfined. Her play, based on a real-life story of an incarcerated prisoner’s contemplative journey while in prison and on death row Drawing parallels between this prisoner’s experience and her voluntary, 3-year confinement at Gampo Abbey retreat Contemplating beliefs of wh…
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Michael and I primarily discuss the goals of his company, Circular Mine, which is to reduce/eliminate mine waste primarily by finding viable uses for it. You can find out more about Circular Mine at www.Circular Mine.com Michael spoke about a project with AMIRA that is looking for sponsors. To be a sponsor you need to be a member of AMIRA. If anyon…
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In this episode, Lama Justin von Bujdoss talks with Vita Pires about his experiences working as a chaplain for the New York City Department of Corrections. Shadow sides of working in prisons Limitations of mindfulness work for highly traumatized populations (the incarcerated and correctional staff) How to do this work in a culturally sensitive and …
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In this episode, Gabriella Savelli talks with Fleet Maull about her work with the International Association for Human Values. The International Association of Human Values (IAHV) program-reducing offender recidivism The impact of secular breath-work on prisoners and prison staff Actualizing networks of programs with different modalities for positiv…
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In this episode, Jared Seide talks with John MacAdams about his work as the Executive Director for the Center for Council. What Council looks like inside prisons How Council embodies mindfulness and supports compassion Benefits of learning presence, resisting distraction, and speaking/listening from the heart JARED SEIDE Jared Seide is author of th…
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I happened to run into Bill recently in Belo Horizonte. This was a really good episode. Among other things, Bill and I discuss probable maximum precipitation (PMP) estimation, especially in data limited areas. Bill had an article on this topic in The Journal of Dam Safety, Volume 17, Issue 2 of 2020. You can find out more about Bill's company at ww…
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In this episode, Rebecca Foster talks with Vita Pires, about her experiences bringing PMI's Path of Freedom training into prisons. Training “Inside” apprentices (facilitator training for incarcerated men & women) Integrating laughter, movement & play into the classroom The transformative power of social meditation “Inside” REBECCA J FOSTER Rebecca …
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Episode 112 was a great time recapping the Stanley Cup Finals and chatting with Jason York (@JasonYork33), former NHLer and co-host of the Coming in Hot Sens Podcast. We chat about his career in the NHL, spending time with two different expansion teams, making the playoffs for the first time in franchise history with both of those clubs, what it’s …
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In this episode, Kalen McAllister speaks with Fleet Maull about Laughing Bear Bakery, and the resources and opportunities it gives those who are formerly incarcerated. Starting “The Laughing Bear Bakery” business focused on employing ex-prisoners on parole (https://laughingbearbakery.org/) The barriers and rewards to starting a business of this nat…
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Episode 111 drops a couple of weeks removed from some major news in Leaf land. Dubas is out, Treliving is in, and the boys have takes. Coley provides his mock trade for Mitch Marner and Lesco stays the course of simply waiting to see what happens next. Probably a good thing that this episode didn’t drop as an emergency pod (which Coley wanted) as t…
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In this episode, Roshi Fleet Maull talks with John MacAdams about his time incarcerated and the creation of the Prison Mindfulness Institute (Prison Dharma Network). Origins of Prison Dharma Network The only real choice; "Practice like my hair was on fire" Unending opportunities to serve the world on the outside FLEET MAULL Fleet Maull, PhD is an a…
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Episode 110 was history in the making, as the boys spontaneously fired up PID LIVE on Facebook after game 4, to break down the big win and give Coley a channel to voice his emotions on the leafs coming back to win the series. We double dipped being on Facebook Live as well as recording the audio for podcast release, however we did miss a couple of …
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In this episode, Venerable De Hong talks with Vita Pires about his work with the Engaged Buddhist Alliance, providing programs in facilities and through correspondence courses. How Buddhist Psychology supports Insight Development & Trauma Healing Working with those serving life (or LWOP) sentences Developing correspondence curriculums VENERABLE DE …
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In this episode, Marshall Lane talks with Fleet Maull on his experiences with addiction and incarceration and his life post-incarceration, focusing on his work with Tiffany's Recovery Inc. The complexities of recovering from addiction in prison and the role meditation can play Taking responsibility and shifting self-blame/shame from the past to cre…
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