Best metropolis magazine podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Metropolis On Air is a weekly podcast from Tokyo, produced by Metropolis Magazine. In each episode we bring you interviews, advice for life in the city, Japanese language tips, and more. Plus our One-on-One shows offer full-length interviews.
 
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Yo This week were pleased to bring you a conversation with one of Japans most salient figures in music culture. Patrick St Michel is a writer, blogger and the creator of MakeBelieveMelodies dot com. Hes written for a large number of publications & websites such as The Japan Times, Pitchfork, Stereo Gum, Metropolis magazine, and Vice. Patrick ha ...…
 
The story of education in Nashville is long and complicated. Once ideas and stereotypes are perpetuated for a certain amount of time we begin to mistake them for facts. What is a good school? Who decides? Who benefits from this label? Who is hurt by it? What are our shared understandings and underlying assumptions? Mentioned in this episode: Ja ...…
 
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: a Black radical candidate explains how you can run a winning political campaign, even if you lose the election; and first, they stole the people’s right to vote, in Detroit, th ...…
 
MOSAP- VenezuelaNewshttps://backchannel.com/these-failed-apps-discovered-a-hidden-rule-of-the-web-391471ca5952#.3z1lrvrblhttps://cryptoble.win/2017/09/30/vulnerability-coinomi-devs-retaliate/https://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2017/09/122369-report-singapore-banks-closing-accounts-cryptocurrency-firms/http://damien.la/2017/09/10/mnemonichttps://co ...…
 
In just a relatively short span of 52 years, we have seen the meteoric rise of a sleepy third world city-state to become a first world, bustling and thriving metropolis, with one of the highest per capita GDPs in the world. Singapore is an economic miracle that other nations talk about and we are now the world’s fastest growing wealth hub with ...…
 
Gentrification. Housing Bubbles. Developers & Their “Pay 2 Play” Campaign Donations (Bribes) to City Council Members. And then there’s the needless cruelty of permanent homelessness. On this episode, Jesse & Matt ratchet-up their manifesto on their Mixtape for the Future by talking about the second-most important cornerstone of The Golden Squar ...…
 
MOASP EP 142-Ew What Is It- Segregate Witness Defined NEWShttp://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/06/15/how-a-street-in-brooklyn-is-changing-the-energy-grid-215268https://cryptinex.com/showthread.php?tid=121https://blockchain.berkeley.edu/http://bitcoinist.com/crypviser-disrupt-private-communications/SegwitDefinehttps://www.reddit.com/r/Bit ...…
 
Metaverse EP 14 - We Are Legion -Anonymous Metaverse- An IntroductionHiroJa Shibe Here-Speaking to you from a small café adjacent to the famous The Black Sun Bar. Given you the latest on what is happening on The Street and what is affecting ourworld here in the Meta NEWShttps://www.techdirt.com/articles/20170217/10423836736/appeals-court-says-f ...…
 
In this episode of SOUNDING OFF we talk to Dream Theater's Guitarist John Petrucci. Here is a bio of John: John Peter Petrucci (born July 12, 1967) is an American guitarist, composer and producer. He is best known as a founding member of the progressive metal band Dream Theater. With his former bandmate Mike Portnoy, he has produced all Dream T ...…
 
This episode of Sounding Off features Dream Theater Keyboardist Jordan Rudess. Here is Jordan's Biography: Voted “Best Keyboardist of All Time” by Music Radar Magazine, Jordan Rudess is best known as the keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire for platinum-selling Grammy- nominated prog rock band, Dream Theater. At nine, he entered the ...…
 
Metaverse EP 12- War does not determine who is right — only who is leftCryptoWar and CryptographyHiroJa Shibe Here-Speaking to you from a small café adjacent to the famous The Black Sun Bar. Given you the latest on what is happening on The Street and what is affecting our world here in the Metaverse.Newshttps://www.typeform.com/blog/human-exper ...…
 
This week on StoryWeb: Jacob Riis’s book How the Other Half Lives. Photojournalism can be an extraordinarily powerful way to raise the public’s concern about extreme situations. An early pioneer in this realm was Jacob Riis, whose 1890 book, How the Other Half Lives, exposed the underbelly of life in New York City during the Gilded Age, with a ...…
 
The DC TV Report for the week ending Saturday April 1st 2017, featuring recaps for Supergirl, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, Powerless, as submitted by Edward O'Hare (nickname To Be Determined): Supergirl: Someone put a contract out on Supergirl and alien bounty hunters started attacking Kara. Turns out Mon-El’s mom, Rhea, put out ...…
 
THE NOBLE REBELLION by JOSHUA G. FENSTERSTOCK Freshman Congressman Max Noble gave up his career as a magazine publisher to pursue a life of public service. A botched assassination attempt may have changed his mind. Having lost his wife in the melee, Max ponders his fate at home while the arrogant President Cole delivers his State of the Union a ...…
 
The One With So Much So Anyway On this episode: Brian and Luke have fun with Brazilians, Brian has a first for the podcast, Luke makes Brian shriek, Luke blurts out a spoiler without a spoiler alert, Brian and Luke debate about Ryan Adams, Brian is able to get some things off his chest (against his Doctor’s orders) and some really awesome music ...…
 
In the city of Metropolis, in the 30th Century, there exists one of the most amazing clubs of all time! It's members are teen-aged youths, each possessing on special super-powers! The club members have vowed to use their fantastic power to battle crime... This rocket shaped building is the Legion Clubhouse! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers fo ...…
 
In the city of Metropolis, in the 30th Century, there exists one of the most amazing clubs of all time! It's members are teen-aged youths, each possessing on special super-powers! The club members have vowed to use their fantastic power to battle crime... This rocket shaped building is the Legion Clubhouse! Show your thanks to Major Spoilers fo ...…
 
Nonstop Metropolis, the culminating volume in a trilogy of atlases, conveys innumerable unbound experiences of New York City through twenty-six imaginative maps and informative essays. Bringing together the insights of dozens of experts—from linguists to music historians, ethnographers, urbanists, and environmental journalists—amplified by cart ...…
 
In the first podcast of 2017 Chris and Esther take a whistlestop tour through all the media news of the past week, we speak to podcasting guru Vanessa Quirk to find out what it'll take for the medium to become (more) mainstream, and we get a special guest appearance from Alexa herself.
 
David Schafer’s work embraces the physicality of sculpture and the ephemerality of sound. His work is concerned with the intelligibility and structures of language and of built space. His practice distills information and redirects it, while presenting new relationships that are critical or sometimes humorous. Resembling scaffolding, shelves, o ...…
 
David Schafer’s work embraces the physicality of sculpture and the ephemerality of sound. His work is concerned with the intelligibility and structures of language and of built space. His practice distills information and redirects it, while presenting new relationships that are critical or sometimes humorous. Resembling scaffolding, shelves, o ...…
 
Daniel’s map for “Carboniferous” in “Nonstop Metropolis: A New York Atlas” by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro (University of California Press, 2016). Cartography: Molly Roy; artwork: Bette Burgoyne. Underlying data from Kevin Ummel, adapted from research he did for the Center for Global Development. Courtesy of University of California ...…
 
Many people dream of the day they get “the call.” You answer the phone, and destiny is on the other line. Maybe your book hit a best-sellers list or Oprah wants you in her book club. One call can change your life. Or can it? Despite his writing being categorized as Young Adult, best-selling author and YouTube star John Green enjoys an audience ...…
 
Many people dream of the day they get “the call.” You answer the phone, and destiny is on the other line. Maybe your book hit a best-sellers list or Oprah wants you in her book club. One call can change your life. Or can it? Despite his writing being categorized as Young Adult, best-selling author and YouTube star John Green enjoys an audience ...…
 
Attack of the Killer Soundtrack - Episode 41 This week we delve into the by-gone era that was - the 90's. And all the weird bands that came with it. And while we flip though our stack of Young and Modern magazines, we also discuss... a million spiders, Eating Raoul, Lydia Hearst, a cabin in the woods, Warner Brothers throwing money into the mac ...…
 
Today’s guest is Graham Hill, Freelance Creative Director at the agency HUSH.With over thirteen years experience spanning film titles, branding, book design, large-scale interactive installations, music videos, and commercials, Graham is as comfortable in the director's chair as he is kerning logotypes. No matter the project, his approach remai ...…
 
Climate scientists are used to the idea of climate mitigation. But few are involved in the nitty-gritty of what climate mitigation might look like at the local or even neighborhood level. Daniel Aldana Cohen from the Department of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania is digging into the politics and sociology of urban carbon emissions. A ...…
 
In episode 06 of Brooklyn Historical Society’s podcast Flatbush + Main, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia explore the complicated relationship between race, power, and policy in Brooklyn’s educational system over two centuries. They speak with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and historian Ansley Erickson about the rezoning of one Brooklyn scho ...…
 
This episode I’m speaking with Brian Libby, a journalist and critic living in Portland, Oregon. Among the magazines and newspapers he has contributed to include The New York Times, The Atlantic, Dwell, CityLab, Metropolis, and Architectural Record. Brian is also a book author, filmmaker, and runs the popular Portland Architecture blog. Though e ...…
 
Solitude, silence, and peace are craved by many when they are traveling. However, many others desire companionship instead, wanting someone to share their experiences with. Richard Bruschi has a healthy dose of both, but it was solitude that helped him to truly find himself. Richard Bruschi is a writer for Sonderers Magazine, which functions on ...…
 
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