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Messages from a fledgling, human colony on a mysterious alien world can be heard between bursts of interstellar radio static... Written and produced by Jon Rolfe. Featuring the vocal talents of Alex Eller (Cauldwell, Shaw), Chelsea Krause (Dr. Wood), Joe Shelton (Whitlock, Cobb), Chromatic (Foster), Ježatte Renaari (Tyler), Ella Moran (Marie), Chris Steinberger (Beckett), Gervais Weekes (Cash), Delaney Gilmour (Annabelle), Clarice Lafayette (Ava), and Chris Rossing (Stokes). Theme music is M ...
 
We are a real-play cyberpunk podcast, set in a brand-new futuristic setting: The Oasis. Come join our four edgerunners on their adventures from Night City to this mysterious desert jewel - and discover the secrets of The Oasis. New episodes every week! Check out our website at https://talesfromtheoasis.com - And also check out our ---EXCLUSIVE--- Patreon subscriber benefits at https://patreon.com/talesfromtheoasis We are entirely listener supported, so any bit helps!
 
Oasis Podcast is the only podcast/ radio show dedicated to the most influential band of the 1990s, Oasis. We delve into the history of the group as well as discussing many other areas of music and pop culture through in depth interviews with people who experienced the phenomenon that was the rise of Oasis at the time. We discuss the impact on pop culture back then, plus their legacy today. With high production values we edit the shows together with archive material from the time, including r ...
 
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Tom Bell and Terry Saunders are the Indie Cops, two crimefighters that operate from their failing music shop, Dental Records These are downloads of the original Resonance FM radio show which so far has run for 2 glorious series, recorded live at Tuesday lunchtimes It's a heady mix of indie music, banter and crime-busting. Enjoy!
 
★ DJ / Producer / Remixer / Label Boss ⌦ Mail > 𝗗𝗝𝗕𝗨𝗥𝗟𝗔𝗞[@]𝗪𝗢𝗥𝗟𝗗𝗨𝗣𝗠𝗨𝗦𝗜𝗖.𝗖𝗢𝗠 ♪ WORLD UP STUDIO Dj Burlak - Dj, Producer, Label Boss. Тhe love of music turned his passion into a profession. What’s leading him is the desire to show his different vision of music. His positive point of view of life can always be felt in the music he selects to play and produces. He always looks for the individuality that distinguishes him. DJ Burlak represents a limitless source of inspiration and desire to alway ...
 
Music discovery used to come from all over the place: the radio, MTV, shared mix tapes, Rolling Stone magazine, and record stores, but not anymore. Enter Audio Judo, your music discovery podcast. Your hosts Matthew and Kyle will introduce you to great music new and old, talk a little about the history of bands and albums, and maybe make you chuckle a couple times (although no guarantees). Try out an episode anywhere podcasts are podcast, or check out our website at audiojudo.com. Audio Judo ...
 
Each week, Organizing Expert, Julie Morgenstern and Diva Toolbox Chief Executive Diva, Janet Powers will discuss the tools and tips on organizing your home, business and your life! Julie Morgenstern, dubbed the “queen of putting people's lives in order” by USA Today, is an organizing and time management expert, business productivity consultant, and speaker. A New York Times bestselling author, Julie's five books are timeless reference guides that are insightful, reader-friendly and jam packe ...
 
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This year's Secretary of Defense Environmental Award winner in the Environmental Quality Individual, Team category went to the Air Force Radioactive Recycling and Disposal team. As part of the 88th Civil Engineer Group, AFRRAD handles low-level radioactive recycling and low-level mixed waste management in the Air Force and provides radioactive mate…
 
The Postal Service handed out millions of dollars in employee awards in a program that lacked solid controls. People nominated one another and then voted on whether they got the money. A few people even approved their own bonuses. For more, the Federal Drive spoke with the deputy assistant inspector general for audit, Wilvia Espinoza.…
 
The Defense Department recently brought the chief data and artificial intelligence office into full operating capability. It'll focus on advanced technologies and working fast. Not just the technologies need to move fast. Acquisition and contracting also have to keep pace with the office’s needs. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked about t…
 
The ombudsman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has one central focus of this year’s annual report to Congress: Reducing the backlog of immigration cases. As of March, there were nearly 5.2 million cases in the backlog, meaning cases sitting for than the target processing time. Some eight and a half million cases are actually pending. E…
 
Dennis Thurgood, Oasis Citizen of the Year, looks on admiringly as his boss Dexter, and his good friend Sputnik, exchange the former's credit chips for the latter's 'goods and services'. In this particular case the 'good' being exchanged is a freshly decapitated head, and the 'service' Sputnik is providing could, technically, be classified as Priva…
 
We are very Happy to present our Promo Mix for Oasis Beach ( Beach Bar Delete ) mixed by @djburlak & @silverivanov. Hope you like it, enjoy it ....and see you there this summer. YouTube Video > https://youtu.be/s05eNVILtloSummer 2022 Program :𝗝𝗨𝗟𝗬 15 - SIlver Ivanov & Dani Sax16 - Danny Slim & VENDA Live Violin 22 - Milen & Dani Sax23 - Mr. K & Dan…
 
This is Pastor Tom Arnould welcoming you to the Good News Radio Broadcast. Jesus said in Matthew 16, "Upon this rock will I build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." On today's program my wife Sharon will be joining me as we discuss the importance of the local church. God's desire is that every Christian would be connect…
 
June is PTSD awareness month. And according to our next guest, managing the risk factors stemming from military-connected PTSD isn’t just a job for the Defense Department and the VA. Dr. Ken Marfilius is a former Air Force clinical social worker and mental health therapist. He’s now an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Syracuse University. He t…
 
At least some members of Congress are pushing for telework to become a big and permanent feature of federal employment. The latest gambit is a bill that requires agencies to gather statistics about telework, and prevent them from restricting it. It's called the Telework Metrics and Cost Savings Act. We get more now from one of its sponsors, Congres…
 
The Office of Personnel Management has reached a milestone it hasn't seen since 2015. OPM Director Kiran Ahuja just hit one year in office as agency head. Ahuja has made progress in her position -- for example, giving feds time off to vote and bringing back the Presidential Rank Awards after a year's hiatus. But the agency is hitting a few bumps in…
 
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency needs to move with more speed and urgency when it comes to talent management. That’s the conclusion of CISA’s Cybersecurity Advisory Committee. CISA is now considering a suite of recommendations from the committee on recruiting and hiring. For more, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday.…
 
Sometimes nations declare war on themselves. When a civil war broke out in Ethiopia back in 2020, my next guest worked overtime to ensure humanitarian aid got to those who we desperate for it, and to try and mitigate some of the human rights abuses. Now he's a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals Program. He's the director of the Offic…
 
Holly Ridings, the first female chief of NASA’s flight directors, will now help lead the agency’s Gateway Program, an international partnership to establish humanity’s first space station around the Moon. In this new role, Ridings will serve as the deputy program manager. She will lead teams to build and launch NASA’s foundational infrastructure in…
 
Looking to settle your debts to the IRS, without an endless wait over the phone? There’s a bot for that. The IRS is now automating more of its call volume through automation, giving its call-center employees more time to address complex requests from taxpayers. The IRS is also rounding the corner on its pandemic-era backlog of tax returns. Federal …
 
Season# 2 Episode # 12 - The world renowned Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps played the Sinnissippi Park Music Shell in Rockford, Illinois. Illinois is truly in the middle of everything! Listen as our conversation drifts into favorite flowers, a lightning round of Family Feud, who can keep a secret, Utter Tuggers baseball, and the guy who Beat…
 
A review of Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas. This is one of the newer Royal Caribbean ships that made its North American debut in November 2022 and is spending the summer sailing the Mediterranean. Richard has cruise news: Carnival adds two more ships to its U.S. lineup Crystal Cruises returns after bankruptcy Carnival Corp brand drops pre-crui…
 
This is Pastor Tom Arnould welcoming you to the Good News Radio Broadcast. On today's program, I'd like to share with you a message that focuses upon some of the benedictions that are found in the New Testament. The word benediction means "to speak well of." I sincerely believe that this message will enrich your life. Join me for the message titled…
 
Welcome back to the Oasis Podcast Support at patreon.com/oasispod Follow on Twitter and Facebook @oasispodcast and Instagram @OasisPod Buy Some Might Say - The Definitive Story of Oasis - https://thisdayinmusicbooks.com/books/some-might-say-the-definitive-history-of-oasis/ Email oasispod@gmail.com Today is a round up of some recent recordings and a…
 
The Air Force has seen its fair share of curveballs when it comes to budget and acquisition. Between inflation, the war in Ukraine, and COVID, the service is trying to ensure the industry supply chains stays solid and that acquisition timelines don’t slip. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione discussed some of those issues with the service’s Deput…
 
The General Services Administration reach a critical milestone last week. It chose a name for its new services multiple award contract.In his weekly reporter's notebook, executive editor Jason Miller writes about why the new name, OASIS-Plus, takes all the fun out of government contracting.By Tom Temin
 
It's official, more or less. The General Services Administration is bending nearly all of its efforts towards the idea of customer experience. That's what Federal Acquisition Commissioner Tom Howder told the Coalition for Government Procurement the other day. What does that mean for contractors? We turn to federal sales and marketing consultant Lar…
 
The Government Accountability Office is out with its latest assessment of the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons programs. It’s the 20th annual edition. GAO says it’s seen some improvement in DoD’s management of major acquisition programs during that time, but cost and schedule growth are still huge problems. And while every program’s unique, one co…
 
The federal government has world-class engineering expertise in its ranks. The same is true of public health expertise. What it doesn’t have is a standing capability to fuse those disciplines together with behavioral science to help inform agencies’ response to crises. At least, until now. A brand new organization called the Engineering for Public …
 
This is Pastor Tom Arnould welcoming you to the Good News Radio Broadcast. On today's program, I'd like to share with you a message that focuses upon some of the benedictions that are found in the New Testament. The word benediction means "to speak well of." I sincerely believe that this message will enrich your life. Join me for the message titled…
 
Appropriators on Capitol Hill have a big week this week, the first official week of summer. For one thing, House members are marking up the 20-23 Defense budget and taking up the defense authorization bill. The Federal Drive got the latest from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.By Tom Temin
 
The Freedom of Information Act might be best known as a way for journalists and public interest groups to get information about the operations of government. But it can also be a tool for companies to get confidential information about their competitors. Safeguarding that information has gotten more complicated in the last few years, because the st…
 
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