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The Mother Board

Whitney Greene, Taylor Poncz, & Aarati Subramaniam

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Have you ever wondered if you can actually have a successful legal career AND a family? Sure, work-life balance is all the rage, but can it really be done? Are you confused about whether working moms are supposed to be “leaning in”, “leaning out”, or just hoping there’s something to lean on when they fall over from sheer exhaustion? Then we have a podcast for you! Come join the dynamic ladies of The Mother Board podcast: three women with different backgrounds and backstories, but all of whom ...
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The Modern Art Notes Podcast is a weekly, hour-long interview program featuring artists, historians, authors, curators and conservators. Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Sebastian Smee called The MAN Podcast “one of the great archives of the art of our time.” When the US chapter of the International Association of Art Critics gave host Tyler Green one of its inaugural awards for criticism in 2014, it included a special citation for The MAN Podcast.
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Each Week - Pop: The History Makers presents a new one-hour interview with an icon of popular culture. If you prefer watching the interviews - go to my YouTube podcast channel -https://www.youtube.com/@popthehistorymakers Online - Per Martinsen - Norwegian's Electronic Godfather!UPDATE and DEEP DIVE interviews include:Raz Lindvall (formerly Rob 'n' Raz), Louis C. Oberländer (Jeremy Days), Justin Currie (Del Amitri), Fish (Update interview) Phillip Boa, Toyah, Anne Clark (the poet who continu ...
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Enjoy captivating interviews with characters from the Eastern Iowa Corridor as Gary Watts sits down with local business leaders, accomplished athletes, industry experts, and more! Watts Happening Music Intro Composed by Ace Jones ( www.AceJonesMusic.com )
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Spit 2 Da Beat Podcast

Stacey Be Unstoppable Puryear

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"Spit 2 Da Beat Podcast is dedicated to celebrating the power of music, entertainment, and the performing arts. We are committed to bringing informative interviews of insights about the industry, offering behind-the-scenes perspectives, and sharing valuable knowledge that educates and empowers our audience.”.
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The Artist Prepares is a platform designed to give Artist the opportunity to speak from the heart about what art means to them & the importance of it. Join me J The Actor, as I interview some of my friends & colleagues within the entertainment industry. This is Green Room conversations with Dope Artist doing Dope Things.
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TOP of the Hour

The Opportunity Project

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The Opportunity Project presents TOP of the Hour. Through this engaging, one hour podcast Will and Whitney will discuss youth topics whether it be youth initiatives, opportunities to get involved or social issues; we want to tackle it all. Each week we will invite a guest who will speak to a different topic and we invite you, the listeners, to get involved and ask your questions.
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61. Shirlvin Desir - Rivals 62. Lecrae, Scootie Wop - Add It Up 63. Jor'Dan Armstrong - Energy 64. Dee-1 - Your Story is Your Glory 65. Toyalove, Angie Rose, Wande - Encore 66. Jon Keith - Pleez 67. Ollie Rich - Pray For Me 68. Planetshakers - Rejoice 69. Latrice Pace - Don't Give up (Down South Mix) 70. Mission - Marvelous 71. Miles Minnick, DKG KIE - Revival Kit 72. Don Ready - Workout 73. Leon Anderson - 4AM in LA 74. Caleb Gordon - Yesterday Is Gone 75. Jay-Way - Stuck In My Head 76. Pla ...
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Welcome to "CEO Live Talks with Dr. Swannie"! Tune in every Saturday at noon on WAVE 3 News in Louisville, KY, for an engaging and insightful podcast hosted by Dr. Swannie Jett, CEO of Park DuValle Community Health Centers. In this thought-provoking series, we bring you conversations with influential leaders, visionaries, and change-makers who are making a difference in their communities and beyond. Dr. Swannie Jett, a distinguished CEO with extensive experience in public health, leads the d ...
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From Winston Churchill's 'Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat' to Steve Jobs' 'How to Live Before you Die', history has proven time and time again that great speeches change lives. In this series, Alex Merry asks some of today's tech titans, scientists, Olympians and comedians to share five talks that have inspired them on their journeys to creating change. Produced by Benedict Holzmann.
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Need the perfect playlist? I got you covered!!!! Stream & Share Below https://afrocaribbeanvibesmix.com/mixtapes/ 1. Elvis Francois - Broken Pieces 2. Hailey Kilgore - Hold Me 3. Montell Jordan - Now Or Never 4. Muni Long - Hrs and Hrs 5. Eli Derby x 6LACK - Lately 6. JaeRene (feat. Marqus Clae) - Synergy 7. Alecia - Always Find My Way 8. Amber Jade - Layers 9. Afra Kane - Building 10. Cherise Ransome - The Bridge 11. Naya Shea - Risk 12. Kate Usher - What You Read About Me 13. Sensei Yaebae ...
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An amazing interview that highlights the importance of the cover band. Their role in helping ABBA'S revival. How they played for the Queen, and even more bizarrely, for Putin, and how they became one of the most successful tribute acts in the world. Please share and like this interview! https://youtu.be/cnlDDpGZaAk?si=MEbkm6cxn5Pz-X69 This is the s…
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Episode No. 649 features artist Patrick Martinez and author Nell Irvin Painter. Dallas Contemporary is showing "Patrick Martinez: Histories" through September 1. The exhibition surveys work Martinez has made since 2016, including his Pee Chee folder-referencing paintings, cake paintings, neons, and his recent multi-media paintings which often featu…
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Ralf Hildenbeutel, electronic music maestro and sonic architect, lauded for his work in the 90s with Sven Väth, has carved out a successful career in film music, including his highly acclaimed soundtrack to the new Netflix series SUPERSEX. ⁠ ⁠ The latest podcast covers his whole life, including his masterful work with Sven Väth, his work with other…
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As a child, sneaking a listen to Aretha Franklin's powerful voice through my bedroom door, I learned the true meaning of soul. This week, I'm honored to welcome Ms. Toni Green, a soul sensation whose music is steeped in the heritage of South Memphis. Her story takes us on a journey from the gospel-infused streets where she found her voice to the fa…
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Welcome to THE 100TH EPISODE OF THE GAMMA ANALYSIS! I was joined by the amazing incredible Keith (one of my best friends in the world also a host of The Abingers Podcast) and we talked about our Favorite Hulk Moments as well as the Favorite Hulk Moments of a bunch of listeners and friends and some just messages of congratulations! I wanna specifica…
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NOTE - Photo Ola Lager (Premium Rockshot) It's 50 years since ABBA won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974, and leading up to this year's event, I'm running a series of interviews around the theme.⁠ ⁠ First up is ABBA authority Carl Magnus Palm telling how ABBA won Eurovision - what led up to the competition, the genesis of the song Waterloo and wh…
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Bill Sharpe, British keyboardist and composer, was a founding member of the jazz-funk group Shakatak. Born in 1952, Sharpe developed a love of the piano at an early age, studied music at University, and after a period of being in a band with Trevor Horn, formed Shakatak with Nigel Wright, Roger Odell and Keith Winter. With vocals from Jill Saward, …
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This week, Tim is joined by the Author and Founder of Impact Nations to delve into his latest book, "Pursuing The Mystery Of Christ". Tune in to explore more about how Steve shares that as our understanding of Christ deepens, the Gospel we carry expands, profoundly influencing us and our ability to witness His work in our world. If you seek a deepe…
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Episode No. 648 features curator Dita Amory and artist Isabelle Frances McGuire. Along with Ann Dumas, Amory is the curator of "Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain and the Origins of Fauvism," which is at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through May 27. The exhibition presents works Henri Matisse and André Derain made in Collioure, a fishing village …
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Discover the symphony of stories as Daniel Parker takes us behind the strings of his revolutionary violin music. The classical meets digital in Parker's narrative, where passion for tradition collides with the modernity of music production. Meanwhile, Julian Vaughn's bass guitar riffs have charted a course from teenage curiosity to billboard acclai…
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This episode of The Gamma Analysis is a review of the 2 Babysitter films on Netflix! It's another Samara Weaving Double Feature! I reviewed these with Devan from The Haus of Ideas Podcast! https://linktr.ee/neonicvoidproductions We also talked about ideas for a third film and actors we want added to it. REMINDER! NEXT TUESDAY IS THE RELEASE OF THE …
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Ronald McDonald House helps families feel at home, even when they can’t be 🏥 We are excited to be joined on the podcast this week by the CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois, Shannon Greene. Join Gary and Shannon as they discuss the important support that RMH provides, the experience provided to their guests, th…
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Evan Spiliotopoulos, reveals the ups and downs on the way to become a Hollywood Screenwriter.⁠ ⁠ Best known for Beauty and the Beast which starred Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans, Spiliotopoulos was born in Greece, left as a teenager to go to the University of Delaware to study film theory, followed by a Masters Degree in Screenwriting at t…
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Episode No. 647 is a holiday weekend clips episode featuring artist Kahlil Robert Irving. The Kemper Art Museum at Washington University in Saint Louis is presenting "Kahlil Robert Irving: Archaeology of the Present" through July 29. "Archaeology of the Present" is a presentation of new Irving sculptures, video, and found objects. Irving has situat…
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This week Tim is joined by author Paul Young to discuss his book “Lies We Believe About God” Tune in to explore more about how Paul shares 33 commonly uttered and sometimes seemingly innocuous things we say about God. Paul exposes these as lies that keep us from having full, loving relationships with our creator. Stay Connected with Paul: Buy the b…
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Every melody has a story, and in our latest Spit 2 Da Beat episode, we crack open the songbook of life with Detroit's own R&B sensation, Beth, who brings the studio alive with tales steeped in Motown heritage and Memphis soul. Her narrative weaves through the rich tapestry of the iconic Funk Brothers and illuminates the path from familial inspirati…
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This episode of The Gamma Analysis is a review of the 2000s Fantastic Four Movies featuring Chris Evans as The Human Torch, Jessica Alba as The Invisible Woman, Michael Chiklis as The Thing, and Ioan Gruffudd as Mr Fantastic! I reviewed these with Pop Incursions from the YouTube channel of the same name! https://www.youtube.com/@POPIncursions I als…
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We’re celebrating our 50TH! episode of the Watts Happening podcast! 🎉 What better way to celebrate than alongside an organizer that brings so much joy & excitement to our community, Josh Schamberger. Josh leads Think Iowa City, which is responsible for drawing visitors to our area and organizing the community amenities that make the IC area such a …
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Episode No. 646 features curators Edouard Kopp and Shelley Langdale. With Kim Conaty, Kopp is the co-curator of "Ruth Asawa: Through Line," a survey of Asawa's lifelong drawing practice. (Kirsten Marples and Scout Hutchinson assisted Kopp and Conaty.) The exhibition, which is at Houston's Menil Collection through July 21, presents drawings, collage…
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Leee John has chosen some great tracks for FIVE OF THE BEST. At the moment Leee has a new album out - INTIMATE GLOW - where the IMAGINATION singer has collaborated with BILL SHARPE (Shakatak), their first release is Take Me Back.⁠ In FIVE OF THE BEST Leee choses five tracks that have influenced him over the years. To watch on YouTube go here: https…
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This week Tim is joined by author Tania Harris to discuss her book “The Church Who Hears God's Voice” Tune in to explore more about how Dr Tania Harris set out to unlock the questions Christians have debated for centuries: How does God speak? How do you know it's God? and What difference does it make to the church?. Stay Connected with Tina: Buy th…
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Embark on an auditory journey with the illustrious Marcus aka Heat Mizer Divine, as he and I, Stacey aka Be Unstoppable, explore the harmonious intricacies of his storied career and upcoming endeavors. From the heart of Detroit to the pinnacle of the music industry, Marcus spills the melodious beans on his dynamic roles as a singer, songwriter, eng…
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This episode of The Gamma Analysis is a review of Ready or Not and Mayhem which are two awesome Samara Weaving horror comedy movies! I reviewed these with Jesse From Cult Cinema Circle Podcast! If you want more content from me I'm now regularly posting short form content on TikTok and YouTube! All My Links: https://www.tiktok.com/@smashtrivia https…
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No Foot Too Small is a locally founded organization that drives national awareness of pregnancy and infant loss by celebrating angels, uniting families and building birthing and bereavement suites nationwide. We are joined on the podcast this week by NFTS’s Founder and Executive Director, Robin Boudreau. Join Gary and Robin as they discuss the pill…
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Episode No. 645 features curator María Elena Ortiz and artist Kenny Rivero. Ortiz is the curator of "Surrealism and Us: Caribbean and African Diasporic Artists since 1940" at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. The exhibition investigates the history of surrealism in the Caribbean and posits that Caribbean intellectuals were key to the development…
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Kid Moxie; New Vangelis? Everyone from Gahan to Badalamenti has or wants to work with this rising star! Kid Moxie is a mesmerizing force in synth-pop and electronic music. Born Elena Charbila, she creates haunting melodies complimented by pulsating beats, a mix of the nostalgic and modern, drawing inspiration from new wave and dream pop. Want to wa…
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This week Tim is joined by author Brian McLaren to discuss his book ‘Life After Doom.” Tune in to explore more about how he engages with the catastrophic failure of both our religious and political leaders to address the dominant realities of our time. Stay Connected with Brian: Buy the book - http://brianmclaren.net/lad/ Visit Brians’ website - ht…
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When soul meets story, we're reminded that music is more than melody—it's a heartbeat. That's precisely what Jo Lynn Diggs Massey embodies as she takes us through her poignant tale of transformation from gospel roots to R&B sensation, and beyond. With the wisdom of her mentors, Ricky Strickland and Jack McCraven, echoing in her harmonies, Jo Lynn o…
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The Gamma Analysis is BACK! This episode of The Gamma Analysis is a review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutant Mayhem a film I absolutely love! I have Keith reviewing it with me! We also talked about the importance of representation and particularly good representation, I think this episode I also went on a tangent about Batman and Joker. If you…
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Finding affordable childcare is a challenge for many Iowans, but our guest this week is passionate about helping parents find solutions! We are excited to be joined on the podcast by Missie Forbes, the Executive Director at 4Cs of Johnson County. 4Cs stands for Community Coordinated Child Care, which is an organization that strives to ensure that a…
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This week Tim is joined by author Heather to discuss her book “Thirst 2600 Miles to Home” Tune in to explore more Heather Anderson had hiked what is known as the "Triple Crown" of backpacking: the Appalachian Trail (AT), Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), and Continental Divide Trail (CDT)―a combined distance of 7,900 miles with a vertical gain of more tha…
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Have you ever considered what it must be like to be in a BoyBand? Travelling the world, performing to adoring fans, hanging out with your mates? Benjamin Boyce of Caught in the Act tells his story. To watch this podcast on YouTube - go here: Benjamin Boyce was a member of the 90s pop group "Caught in the Act." Formed in 1992, the group gained popul…
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Episode No. 644 features artists Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi and Trey Burns. The Hammer Museum is presenting "Hammer Projects: Thenjiwe Niki Nkosi" through August 11. The exhibition features ARENA V (2024), Nkosi's latest investigation of the social and psychological experiences of Black gymnasts. "Nkosi" is curated by Ikechúkwú Onyewuenyi with Connie Butl…
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Embark on a journey through color and emotion with Jason, the Memphis-born artist whose vibrant vision is reshaping the local art scene. As we navigate his story, from the genesis of his artistic passion to his current acclaim, you'll discover the profound impact of family, collaboration, and community on his work. Jason's wife isn't just his life …
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Dr. Robert, born Robert Howard, is a British musician and lead vocalist of the band The Blow Monkeys. Emerging in the 1980s, the band found success with their distinctive blend of pop, soul, new wave. and Dr. Robert's socially conscious lyrics, all hallmarks of the band's soulful sound. Their hits included "Digging Your Scene" and "It Doesn't Have …
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Episode No. 643 of The Modern Art Notes Podcast features curator and art historian John P. Bowles and artist Stacy Kranitz. Along with Dennis Carr and Jacqueline Francis, Bowles is the co-curator of "Sargent Claude Johnson," a survey of the artist's career at The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, Calif. through Ma…
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This week Tim is joined by author Chris Green to discuss his book “All Things Beautiful”. Tune in to explore more about the one who is our truth, the one who made us and the one in whose image we are made. Stay Connected with Chris: Buy the book - https://www.amazon.com/All-Things-Beautiful-Aesthetic-Christology/dp/1481315587 Visit Chris’ website -…
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From the snowy streets of Rochester to the heart of Atlanta's music hustle, Roger Hill Music swapped hard hats for high notes, proving it's never too late to chase your dreams. In an episode that peels back the curtain on the highs and lows of the industry, Roger opens up about his transformative journey, the creative catharsis of songwriting, and …
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Producer Alexx Antaeus was recently recognized with a Grammy for Best Reggae Album alongside Julian Marley for their collaboration on "Colors of Royal". Their work seamlessly blends reggae with electronic and experimental sounds, showcasing Antaeus's exceptional talent and creative vision. Full YouTube interview link here: Please share and like. ht…
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Episode No. 642 features curator Simon Kelly and artist Marc Bauer. Kelly is the curator of "Matisse and the Sea," at the Saint Louis Art Museum through May 12. The exhibition examines the significance of the sea across Matisse's oeuvre. It especially examines SLAM's own 1907-08 Bathers with a Turtle, long considered one of Matisse's most challengi…
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This week Tim is joined by author Bruce Main to discuss his book “The Promise Effect: Altering the Universe by Being God's Promise”. Tune in to explore more about how the Promise Effect is happening in your life. Stay Connected with Bruce: Buy the book - https://www.amazon.com/Promise-Effect-Altering-Universe-Being/dp/1495913082 UrbanPromise USA we…
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