Best public library podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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The New York Public Library Podcast
 
Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
 
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The New York Public Library Podcast
 
Join The New York Public Library and your favorite writers, artists, and thinkers for smart talks and provocative conversations from the nation’s cultural capital.
 
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Teens Podcast from The Seattle Public Library
 
Just about any day of the week there is something going on at the library specifically for teens. Subscribe and have a listen.
 
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ALOUD @ Los Angeles Public Library
 
ALOUD is the Library Foundation of Los Angeles' award-winning literary series of live conversations, readings and performances at the historic Central Library and locations throughout Los Angeles.
 
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Everett Public Library Podcasts
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The Everett Public Library produces podcast files on subjects such as The Directors Corner, Author Visits, Staff Book Reviews, Interviews, History Tours, and other subjects of interest to our patrons.
 
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Borrowed Books from the Public Speaking Library - Podcast
 
A selection of transformative tips for spectacular speakers for simply powerful speech transformation
 
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Dublin City Public Libraries' Podcasts
 
Listen to a wide range of talks, readings, lectures and performances which reflect the rich history and literature of Dublin city.Serving over half a million people, Dublin City Public Libraries are the largest library service in the Republic of Ireland.
 
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FYI: The Public Libraries Podcast
 
Publiclibrariesonline.org is the companion website to the bi-monthly print publication “Public Libraries,” the official magazine of the Public Library Association.
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by authors and speakers. Check out our large collection of podcasts, spanning from 2006 to today at www.spl.org/podcasts
 
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Better Library Leaders-- Library Leadership Skills for School, Public, Academic, and Special Librarians
 
Better Library Leaders is a podcast devoted to exploring the elements of great libraries, and great library leaders! If you're an academic, public, school, or special librarian looking to improve your leadership skills, this is the show for you!
 
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Daviess County Public Library
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The Daviess County Public Library provides residents the means to pursue lifelong learning.
 
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Austin Public Library
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APL Volumes is the Austin Public Library podcast. APL Volumes shares stories of creativity, knowledge, and innovation through conversations with people who live in Austin, TX.contact: library.podcast@austintexas.gov
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Programs & Events
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
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Independence Public Library
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The public library in Independence, Kansas posts stories of interest to our community.
 
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Bee Cave Public Library Podcast Channel
 
Welcome to our improved Bee Cave Public Library Podcast Channel! Here you can find the podcasts for our Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and our new Bee Cave Book Haul podcast.Our TAB podcasts feature teens from our community talking about their favorite reads, discussing banned books and even featuring ads and book trailers they have made for BCPL events. “Bee Cave Book Haul” is where our librarians Megan and Cate talk about about the latest books they are reading and what titles are new or coming ...
 
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Harford County Public Library
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The Harford Edge is a weekly radio show that airs on Fridays at 9 am on 970 WAMD Aberdeen (Harford County, MD). The show covers local and national news and commentary, and features guests who represent the non-profit and civic organizations and businesses in Harford County. The Harford Edge is cohosted by Bob Mumby and the Harford County Public Library's Mary Hastler, Leslie Greenly Smith and Jennifer Button.
 
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Cook Memorial Public Library Podcast
 
Get to know your library. Featuring book recommendations, discussions, interviews, local history stories, and a whole lot more.
 
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Shelf Understanding: Bloomington Public Library's Podcast
 
Shelf Understanding is the podcast of the Bloomington (IL) Public Library. Join librarian/host Danny Rice as we host discussions, interviews, and ideas through the lens of a community.
 
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Gwinnett County Public Library
 
Podcasts from the Gwinnett County Public Library
 
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Kankakee Public Library Podcasts
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The Kankakee Public Library features a periodic Podcast from the Library featuring programs with famous authors and local newsmakers.
 
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Everett Public Library Podcasts
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The Everett Public Library produces podcast files on subjects such as The Directors Corner, Author Visits, Staff Book Reviews, Interviews, History Tours, and other subjects of interest to our patrons.
 
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Toronto Public Library
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Podcast by Toronto Public Library
 
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Sunnyvale Public Library Podcasts
 
Podcasts from the Sunnyvale Public Library
 
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Regina Public Library Podcasts
 
Podcasts feature lectures and Unscripted, a monthly discussion hosted by the Dunlop Art Gallery at the Regina Public Library in Regina, Saskatchewan.
 
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Skokie Public Library Podcasts
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The ongoing feed for podcasts created by Skokie Public Library. Book discussions, archived programs, interviews, and much more.
 
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Escondido Public Library LibraryYOU
 
LibraryYOU, brought to you by the Escondido Public Library, is a project to collect and share local knowledge through videos and podcasts. Watch a video, listen to a podcast, or make your own. http://libraryyou.escondido.org/
 
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Iowa City Public Library - One of a Kind
 
One of a Kind is a series of interviews, 1993-present, with Iowa City community leaders. We've made them available here as audio podcasts for the convenience of our patrons. One of a Kind is produced and hosted by Ellen Buchanan especially for the Iowa City Public Library. To watch these programs with video, visit video.icpl.org
 
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Westport Public Library Podcast
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The Westport Public Library (WPL) hosts readings, lectures, and book talks by authors. Subscribe to the library’s free podcasts of events and programs.
 
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Abilene Public Library's Podcast
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Follow your Abilene Public Library (Abilene, TX) as librarians Tremain Jackson & Alyssa Crow present a weekly show where we provide our own look at what's happening in the world of libraries and adding our unique humorous spin. After all, librarians shouldn't have a rap for being boring...right?
 
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Marshall Public Library
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Hear what the librarians have been reading and learn about what's going on at the Library.
 
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Dunedin Public Libraries - The Library Mix
 
Dunedin Public Libraries weekly radio show broadcast Tuesday afternoons between 4.30pm-5.00pm on Dunedin community radio station Otago Access Radio.Catch up on current and upcoming library events, hear interviews from visiting authors and find out what's going on 'behind the scenes' at your library.
 
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Newport Beach Public Library Foundation
 
The Newport Beach Public Library Foundation funds valuable library resources and programs –– engaging the community in cultural and intellectual adventure through the sponsorship of diverse public programs and cutting-edge library enhancements.
 
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Muskogee Public Library Story Time
 
Dial-A-Story re-invented for the next generation.
 
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Guille-Allès Public Library Podcast
 
The latest from the Guille-Allès Public Library in Guernsey. Interviews with authors and other book-related conversations. Find out more at www.library.gg
 
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Intelatin, an Independent Public Library
 
Intelatin is a monthly broadcast for irie individuals interested in Latin American culture.
 
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Reading Public Library: Down The Block and Around The World
 
The Reading Public Library will generate a library for the future by meeting the informational, educational, and recreational needs of library consumers today.
 
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Readings, talks and workshops at Dublin City Public Libraries
 
Podcasts of readings, talks and workshops held at Dublin City Public Libraries
 
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Iowa City Public Library - One of a Kind
 
One of a Kind is a series of interviews, 1993-present, with Iowa City community leaders. We've made them available here as audio podcasts for the convenience of our patrons. One of a Kind is produced and hosted by Ellen Buchanan especially for the Iowa City Public Library. To watch these programs with video, visit video.icpl.org
 
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Iowa City Public Library - On Air: The ICPL Podcast
 
Iowa City Public Library has a podcast! Join Brian, Jason, Melody, and Meredith as they discuss materials that are awesome (and not so awesome).
 
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Girls Sound It Out! from Monroe County Public Library
 
This podcast was created by the girls of Monroe County Public Library and focuses mostly on our local library, books and reading, and the power of girls.
 
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Iowa City Public Library - On Air: The ICPL Podcast
 
Iowa City Public Library has a podcast! Join Brian, Jason, Melody, and Meredith as they discuss materials that are awesome (and not so awesome).
 
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Kansas City Public Library - The Big Read: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
 
The Kansas City Public Library Big Read Podcast launches on September 21, 2011 when The Adventures of Tom Sawyer will be released in daily installments, with one chapter made available every day. Each chapter will feature the voice of a local luminary reading the narrative, as well as the voices of Park University theater students performing the dialogue.
 
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07-18-2017(Photo:English: Johnston, Frances Benjamin,, 1864-1952,, photographer.["Killenworth," George Dupont Pratt house, Glen Cove, New York. View to house from swimming pool][ca. 1915]1 photograph : glass lantern slide, hand-colored ; 3.25 x 4 in.Notes:Site History. House Architecture: Trowbridge & Ackerman, 1908-1913. Landscape: James Leal ...…
 
07-18-2017(Photo:English: Johnston, Frances Benjamin,, 1864-1952,, photographer.["Killenworth," George Dupont Pratt house, Glen Cove, New York. View to house from swimming pool][ca. 1915]1 photograph : glass lantern slide, hand-colored ; 3.25 x 4 in.Notes:Site History. House Architecture: Trowbridge & Ackerman, 1908-1913. Landscape: James Leal ...…
 
Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group Podcast The taking of private property for development projects has caused controversy in many nations, where it has often been used to benefit powerful interests at the expense of the general public. In their recent book,Eminent Domain: A Comparative Perspective(Cambridge University Press), ed ...…
 
On June 26, 2017, the Supreme Court decided Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer. The Learning Center is a licensed preschool and daycare that is operated by Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc (Trinity Lutheran). Though it incorporates religious instruction into its curriculum, the school is open to all children. The Missouri Depa ...…
 
Mr. Neutron opens up the U-Men, the Seattle Proto-Grunge band that bridged the gap between punk, post-punk, hardcore, and grunge.
 
Among many other records, Vermont can boast more public libraries per person than any other state in the union. How those libraries get their funding is far from uniform; it can vary greatly from town to town. We're talking about how libraries get the money they use, how they deal with funding challenges, and how it all affects the services the ...…
 
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Heavybit Podcast Network: Master Feed
 
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Rafael Conde, Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent & Craig Wattrus to share their experiences building design systems. They discuss why companies need to invest in design systems as they begin to feel the pain of scaling design principles. They also examine the benefits of design systems such as improv ...…
 
(An excerpt from “The Strangest Secret Library” – available on Amazon.) Art of Mental Pictures – Magic of Believing Once when I was in the investment banking business. Bob, a young salesman, came into my office for advice. “I wish you would tell me how I can overcome my fear of Mr. Smith. I know I can sell him if I can just get in to see him an ...…
 
(An excerpt from “The Strangest Secret Library” – available on Amazon.) Art of Mental Pictures – Magic of Believing Once when I was in the investment banking business. Bob, a young salesman, came into my office for advice. “I wish you would tell me how I can overcome my fear of Mr. Smith. I know I can sell him if I can just get in to see him an ...…
 
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The New York Public Library Podcast
 
Philip Glass is a giant of twentieth-century American music, arguably of the most influential composers of his time. He spoke with LIVE from the NYPL’s Paul Holdengräber last June about his memoir "Words Without Music." It is a riveting record of a life very well lived, and a fascinating conversation with a legendary artist.…
 
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All Angular Podcasts by Devchat.tv
 
AiA 148: What’s New in NativeScript with TJ VanToll On today's episode of Adventures in Angular, we have panelists Alyssa Nicoll, Ward Bell, and Charles Max Wood. We have a special guest, TJ VanToll of Progress. If you want to stay current with NativeScript, tune in! [00:01:55] – Introduction to TJ VanToll TJ works as a Developer Advocate for P ...…
 
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The New York Public Library Podcast
 
Philip Glass is a giant of twentieth-century American music, arguably of the most influential composers of his time. He spoke with LIVE from the NYPL’s Paul Holdengräber last June about his memoir "Words Without Music." It is a riveting record of a life very well lived, and a fascinating conversation with a legendary artist.…
 
Tweet Amelia Earhart is back in the news eighty years after her disappearance. The famous aviator went missing over the Pacific Ocean in July of 1937 along with her navigator Fred Noonan and it’s been one of the Twentieth Century’s great mysteries ever since. Just for a reference, this is Tom Noonan as “The Ripper” in Last Action Hero, who I ke ...…
 
The Bank of Canada has raised its interest rate from 0.5 percent to 0.75 percent. Our financial consultant Ron Malis explains what impact this might have. Our Know Your Rights contributor Danielle McLaughlin discusses the controversy over a memorial service at a public library for a lawyer who had defended the rights of neo-Nazis. Listen as Kel ...…
 
The Cape Girardeau Municipal Band fills the evening air at Capaha Park with the sounds of Jazz and Swing on Wednesday, July 19th at 7:30 p.m. at this free concert. Ever wonder what it takes to keep all of the critters at the Nature Center happy? Find out at Feeding Frenzy on Thursday, July 20th at 1 p.m. as volunteers feed the reptiles, amphibi ...…
 
Austin hip hop artist and producer Kydd Jones shared about his time in the Atlanta hip hop scene as well as a few childhood memories of the Austin Public LibraryMusic appears courtesy of @kyddbeats
 
Many online communities do not allow members to upload images to include in their posts. In such cases, members often rely on third party image hosting services. Among the most popular of these, for a long time, has been Photobucket. But last month, Photobucket made a change. After 14 years of allowing people to upload images for free and embed ...…
 
When Andrew Schneck was in college, he broke up with girls to spend more time in the library studying finance and long term investing. His interest in this led him to study more than half of the 3000 public companies in the US, attend shareholder meetings, and he even got in touch with a few billionaires. This activity put him on the map at his ...…
 
On today's episode, Adam is joined by #1 bestselling author B. A. Paris whose debut novel, Behind Closed Doors, became an instant international sensation. Her latest novel, The Breakdown, is being released on July 18th and is already garnering massive amounts of buzz and praise. During their chat, B. A. discussed the difference between writing ...…
 
Dovetales is blessed and honored to have Bisila Bokoko, an internationally recognized speaker, entrepreneur, and leader specializing in international trade. She has been featured in Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Bloomberg TV, Black Enterprise, Harper's Bazaar & other top publications. This award-winning business woman has the knack for taking ...…
 
An attempt at hip hop by someone who knows NOTHING about hip hop music. Hehe. THE SAGA OF "JAMMIN' IN THE B"Many moons ago, in 2006, my co-worker at the library was having problems with the Xerox machine. In her email, her exact words were "the paper's jammin' in the B" (the B section of the copier, that is). I reckoned that should be a hip hop ...…
 
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn Listen now With hedging statements, Alaska lawmakers say they’re close on oil and gas compromise Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO – Juneau State lawmakers say they’re close to an agree ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
I voted against the constitutional amendment that passed last year requiring a valid photo ID for voting in Missouri elections, beginning with the local election Aug. 8. Like many of you, I suspect, I thought the requirement, heavily promoted by Republicans, was really intended more to discourage voting by minorities, poor people and new citize ...…
 
This informal book talk took place on Saturday, June 17, 2017, at the Independence Public Library. We were privileged to host author Jan Sumner from Denver, CO and author/baseball player Ralph Terry.
 
This interview took place on 4/30/2015, at the Independence Public Library. MC Lars came to Independence as part of the Big Read Grant, April-June 2015, a community-wide celebration of Edgar Allan Poe. He gave a workshop with students at Independence High School and performed that evening for the community.…
 
This is the audio from an event July 11, 2017 at Columbia Public Library. This part of the program was the Introduction and overview and Impacts on system resources.
 
(from released information) HANCOCK, Mass.—A native of Adams who majored in art history at Williams College, Stacy Schiff is a best-selling Pulitzer-prize winning author – most recently of The Witches: Salem 1692 – who will discuss the intersection of politics and hysteria at Hancock Shaker Village on Friday, July 14, 2017. Composite image of c ...…
 
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Games in Schools and Libraries - Inverse Genius
 
In episode 68 of Games in Schools and Libraries Donald Dennis and Gina Monti, of the Durham Public Library in CT, chat about using the Nintendo Switch in Libraries. http://www.durhamlibrary.org/ Games in Schools and Libraries is produced by Inverse Genius Games in Schools and Libraries Guild at Board Game Geek Facebook group for WNBTeens: https ...…
 
(An excerpt from If You Can Count to Four available on Amazon) The Power Which Makes All Desires Obtainable There is only one power in the entire universe, but there are many applications and expressions of this one power. One of the most important expressions of this one power is what we ordinarily refer to as will power. Through the proper un ...…
 
The concept of pretty is changing as women and girls are empowered to take on the world fearlessly in their unique ways. Photographer Kate Parker captures the individuality of girls and their own definitions of "pretty" in this week's feature, displaying each of them actively in their personal endeavors. From ages three to 18, the subjects of h ...…
 
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Under the Capes Podcast: Geek Business Guide for Bloggers, Cosplayers, Gamers and Comic-Cons
 
My guest this week is Rob Salkowitz, author of Comic-con and the Business of Pop Culture: What the World’s Wildest Trade Show Can Tell Us About the Future of Entertainment. Rob writes, speaks and consults on the social implications of digital media and the digital generation. Author of Young World Rising and Generation Blend, Rob is Director of ...…
 
Highlights We say farewell to Former Commissioner James Nutter: Dan Dayton |@ 00:30Poland in WW1 - Part 1: The Oath Crisis |@ 01:45Poland in WW1 - Part 2: What you probably did not know: Jan Lorys |@ 03:45The US government federalizes the shipbuilding industry |@ 10:45Women take up the fight in Europe: Mike Shuster |@ 19:15Americans who fought ...…
 
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Mini Miracles from Minor Moments with Linda Gullo
 
Music Jingle Intro: This is Mini Miracles from Minor Moments with Linda Gullo and I welcome you to Podcast #61 on Topic of Reading Books As a child living in Brookfield, Illinois, our family lived close to the Public Library. I began walking there early on, and that is where my love of books began. I had a special shopping bag my mother had mad ...…
 
Episode 38 of the Austin Public Library radio show, Volumes, features a conversation with Kaleelah Mangum, Administrative Assistant at the Manchaca Road Branch, discussing the diverse programs, services and resources available at this library.The Manchaca Road Branch is located at 5500 Manchaca Road in South Austin.http://library.austintexas.go ...…
 
Every now and then, one of our interviews turns up some breaking news. The 6 stations that will be part of the next Foothill Gold Line Extension will have twice the bicycle parking as the six stations opened last year. Much of that increased parking will be in the form of "bike rooms" similar to the bike hub currently opened at the El Monte Bus ...…
 
Have you ever wondered why the library servicing Libertyville/Vernon Hills is called the Cook Memorial Public Library District? I mean, we’re not even in Cook county! The answers are found in 19th century Libertyville resident Ansel B. Cook. Our local history librarian Jenny Barry returns for another episode of The Past is President. Find out w ...…
 
The New Hampshire state parole board often addresses inmates using “indelicate language.” Is it defensible? Plus, an investigation into the long-term fallout from Rhode Island’s disastrous deal with former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling. And, we look back at the history of the Newport Folk Festival, and Vermont’s short-lived gold rush. The Newp ...…
 
Article I Initiative What kind of war power does the Constitution grant the President and Congress? What limitations apply to each branch concerning the power to declare war and the use of military force? Over time, how has the Framers’ understanding been followed and in what ways has it been ignored? Do the founding principles regarding these ...…
 
In this special episode, event organizers, Ty Mulholland and Jess Stangeland, give you a behind the scenes look at three Tri-Cities events: TriConf, Subplot: A Storytelling Event, and TEDxRichland. All three events give you a chance to connect with and be inspired by your fellow Tri-Citizens. Attend one or all three and be sure to come up and s ...…
 
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The Path Hunters Podcast with Paul Lam
 
>>>Purchase my new eBook - Gun To Your Head!<<< Hey Path Hunters! On the Path Hunters podcast I spoke about why you should start a side hustle, how you can find the information for free and if you really want it bad enough you're going to find a way to make it. Udemy.com is a great place for courses at a cheap price as well, and by learning fro ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
Before the PULSE nightclub massacre in Orlando — the deadliest shooting and worst hate crime in U.S. history — LGBTQ people were already the most likely targets of hate crimes in America. Seattle is famous for our active LGBTQ community, but we are not exempt. In 2015, 72 hate crimes against LGBTQ people were reported to the Seattle PD — double ...…
 
This week’s podcast features Amy van Keeken, another artist on the Capital City Records website. She talks the group Switches, a fellow act on the electronic arm of the Edmonton Public Library. Switches live up to the rep of the place they call home: a prairie city with big skies and big sound. The band straddles the worlds of ruthless garage-p ...…
 
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