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The go-to interview podcast about creative music in Vancouver, BC. On this guest-driven show, Will Chernoff is your guide to the people and projects of the jazz scene and beyond. Keep up with the community, discover new artists, and catch busy musicians as they reflect on interesting times.
 
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Business-focused Q&A for jazz musicians and students. Once a month, Cory Weeds and your host Will Chernoff take questions about working in music, from the career side right down to the personal. Skip the BS, find out how it all works, and avoid the mistakes we’ve already made.
 
Tired of the fake news? The Yaakov M Show is a refreshing look at politics. Yaakov debunks the lies of the swamp and mainstream media, and tells you the REAL story behind the politics. Yaakov is a senior columnist for VIN News and former Op-Ed writer for Newsmax. He's hosted a conservative political podcast for 15 years. He studied in Kollel for 14 years, was a Bais Medrash Rebbi over a decade, and has semicha from a top Rosh Yeshiva. If you’re tired of the fake news media, you will LOVE thi ...
 
You can't control what happens to you every moment. But you can absolutely control how you respond to the challenges of each and every day. Marc and Angel lead us through relevant and helpful topics about self improvement, time management, relationships, family, motivation, and discipline. Their thoughtful, insightful and conversational style is not only enjoyable and memorable, but eminently practical. Think better and begin to live better today.
 
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Is the Arab terrorist alone to be blamed for the deaths of the seven Jews on Friday? If you let a child molester sleep in your home, should you be surprised if you wake up to discover that your child is molested? And if, after your child was molested, you're crazy enough to continue to let the molester sleep in your home, who's really to blame if y…
 
Rachael Kable shares 8 minimalism tips she learned while moving home Episode 2643: 8 Interesting Minimalism Tips I Learned While Moving Home by Rachael Kable Rachael Kable is the vibrant and warm-hearted creator of The Mindful Kind podcast. Described by her listeners as “genuine, down-to-earth and encouraging”, Rachael is passionate about empowerin…
 
This past Shabbos, an unspeakable tragedy took place, a horrific terror attack which deeply impacted the entire frum community. How can we cope with this? What should our response be? PLUS: A Jewish Brooklyn man was falsely accused of trying to kidnap a child. The entire story was fabricated, yet the NY Post has not retracted the story, and there i…
 
EXCLUSIVE Talkline with Zev Brenner with Criminal Defense Attorney Avi Moskowitz on his client, a Brooklyn Charedi Man arrested for child abduction. Also discussed, can a Chassidic person get a fair trial in the criminal justice systemBy JewishPodcasts.fm
 
Melani Schweder of A Brighter Wild shares the cold hard truth about blue light and your sleep. Episode 2642: The Cold Hard Truth About Blue Light And Your Sleep by Melani Schweder Melani Schweder is a Certified Health Coach, Reiki Master/Teacher, and guide for those who want to live life in full color, even through hardships like chronic illness, d…
 
Mia of She Dreams All Day shares 8 ways to create more time in your life. Episode 2641: 8 Ways To Create More Time In Your Life by Mia of She Dreams All Day She Dreams All Day is a personal development and productivity blog designed to help you achieve your biggest goals and your wildest dreams. Created by Mia, a constant creative dreamer, now out …
 
Chris Guillebeau shares 7 alternative ways to evaluate your life every day. Episode 2640: 7 Alternative Ways to Evaluate Your Life Every Day by Chris Guillebeau Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times bestselling author and modern-day explorer. He is the author of 5 books and his daily podcast, Side Hustle School, is downloaded more than 2 million tim…
 
In this exclusive VIN Podcast interview, Rav Aaron Lankry goes through the timeline of events on Thursday, when an alarmed mother called the police to report what she believed was an attempted abduction. This was followed by hours of mayhem, during which the police arrested and charged an innocent man with kidnapping, before video footage was relea…
 
Cal Newport of the Study Hacks blog talks about the work required to become exceptional Episode 2639: Does Being Exceptional Require an Exceptional Amount of Work? by Cal Newport Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D.…
 
Nia Shanks tells you how to become your own hero Episode 2638: Why We Have Heroes (And How to Become Your Own) by Nia Shanks Nia Shanks is a writer and coach, and leader of the Lift Like a Girl revolution. She helps women discover and reach their potential through an empowering approach to health, fitness, and life. Nia also hosts The Nia Shanks Sh…
 
Noah Franche-Nolan talks about his life as a pianist in his mid-twenties, having just recorded his first album as a leader while back home from New York. The album, which at the time we spoke was given the draft title Night and Day, will release on Cellar Music this year. Thank you to 12TH ST Sound for sponsoring this episode. Learn more about Anth…
 
James Altucher helps you learn and master anything as quickly as possible. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 2637: [Part 2] Seven Steps to Learn and Master Anything As Quickly As Possible by James Altucher James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and podcaster. He has founded or cofounded more than 20 companies…
 
It is 80 years since the Holocaust began. The lessons we have learned in history is that we cannot forget what has happened. We cannot forget because of the victims, their persecutions and horrible deaths. We cannot forget because of the survivors, who witnessed and lost so much, and we cannot forget because Jews, and other victims were targeted fo…
 
James Altucher helps you learn and master anything as quickly as possible. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 2636: [Part 1] Seven Steps to Learn and Master Anything As Quickly As Possible by James Altucher James Altucher is an American hedge fund manager, entrepreneur, bestselling author, and podcaster. He has founded or cofounded more than 20 companies…
 
Modern-day nations – Israel chief among them – avoid harming 'innocent civilians.' But do such people exist? If they did, why did G-d punish the Egyptians as a collective? After all, the plagues affected every Egyptian, not just the guilty. Indeed, the Plague of the Firstborn even affected foreign captives in Egyptian jails according to the Midrash…
 
Rachel Jones of Nourishing Minimalism helps you begin the decluttering process Episode 2635: Where Do I Start Decluttering? by Rachel Jones Rachel started her journey to minimalism in 2008, struggling with depression and horribly embarrassed by the messy state of her home. Her goal for pursuing minimalism was to find contentment and joy in spending…
 
EXCLUSIVE Talkline With Zev Brenner with Chabad Rabbi Sholom Krinsky of Lithuania on his wife's criminal prosecution by the authorities for a failing Chabad school and their ongoing struggle with the Community.By JewishPodcasts.fm
 
The Return of the Lebanese Chosson Eliyah Hawila and his Rabbi Avraham Reich. His marriage to a Syrian Jewish woman dissolved when it was discovered he wasn't Jewish. It then turned out he was Jewish. Now divorced. Also featured, a look at the Syrian Jewish Community's ban on converts.By JewishPodcasts.fm
 
Vicki and Amy of Women Who Money tell us what savings goals should be focused on first. Episode 2634: What Savings Goals Should You Focus On First by Vicki Cook & Amy Blacklock The co-founders of Women Who Money are Amy Blacklock from Life Zemplified and Vicki Cook, from Make Smarter Decisions. Vicki and Amy connected initially online and eventuall…
 
Jennifer of Simply Fiercely shares 5 ways to use your journal for self care. Episode 2633: 5 Ways to Use Your Journal For Self Care by Jennifer of SimplyFiercely Jennifer is a traveller, minimalist and dream chaser. She grew up near Baltimore, Maryland but she caught a bad case of wanderlust at an early age and it has taken her all over the world. …
 
Republican Congressman George Santos fabricated almost everything about his life. He lied about being a Jew, lied about his grandparents being in the Holocaust, lied about his career and falsely claimed that his mother's death was linked to 9/11. He is a disgrace, but he should not be removed from Congress, except by voters. PLUS: Why the FBI decid…
 
Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui of A Life In Progress shares how a few thoughts that will help you do hard things. Episode 2632: Do Hard Things. These Thoughts Will Help by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui's mission as a Joyful Living Educator is to help messy humans like herself quiet the noise of perfectionism, comparison and fear…
 
Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist tells you how to find happiness Episode 2631: If You Are Looking for Reasons to Be Happy, You’ll Probably Find Them by Joshua Becker Joshua Becker and his family decided to live with fewer possessions after a conversation with his neighbor in 2008. As a result, they found a better way to live, centered on more i…
 
Christina Lopes with Tiny Buddha shares the key to loving yourself, other people, and life Episode 2630: The Key to Loving Yourself, Other People, and Life by Christina Lopes Tiny Buddha has been helping people heal, grow, and find peace since 2009. The site features stories and insights from people of all ages, from all over the globe. For daily w…
 
We've heard it 1,000 times: Cops disproportionately shoot black Americans. But what if there's a simple – and benign – explanation for this fact? Heather Mac Donald, a crime expert and the bestselling author of such books as The War on Cops and The Burden of Bad Ideas, argues that such an explanation in fact exists and discusses the shocking statis…
 
Cati Vanden Breul with Highly Sensitive Refuge shares 7 signs that you're highly sensitive Episode 2629: 7 Signs You’re Highly Sensitive by Luis Congdon Co-founders Jenn Granneman and Andre Sólo's mission is to prove that high sensitivity can be strong. It's okay to be a highly sensitive person (HSP). In fact, the world could use a little more of w…
 
'It's not our place to impose Torah values on American society.' This often-voiced argument is based on ignorance of American history. America was built on Torah values (which explains why adultery is illegal in 16 U.S. states). All we're doing is trying to preserve it. It's the secular left – not the religious right – that imposes its values on th…
 
Dr. Kelly Flanagan talks about why giving up control is giving in to joy Episode 2628: Why Giving Up Control is Giving In to Joy by Dr. Kelly Flanagan Clinical psychologist Dr. Kelly Flanagan is the co-founder of Artisan Clinical Associates in Naperville, IL. He writes weekly about living out redemptive stories on his popular blog, UnTangled. Kelly…
 
Cheryl Smith with No Sidebar shares 5 steps to overcoming regrets Episode 2627: 5 Steps to Overcoming Regret by Cheryl Smith No Sidebar was created by Brian Gardner and is all about designing a simpler life. He and the contributing authors want to help you figure out what's getting in your way, at home and at work. They want to help you let go of d…
 
With social media opening the eyes to the world about issues that were previously unknown to others, it has been normalized to those who in the past used to suffer silently. One of those issues is abuse. That word is now not just an issue of human interest, but it has become politicized too. Abuse of all types has also evolved into sociopolitical a…
 
There are billions of people living on this earth. Let’s imagine what the world would look like if everyone would just love and respect one another. But, that can’t seem to be accomplished. We have racism. We have antisemitism. And we have the media supporting it. We have high profile celebrities supporting it. From MSNBC’s Medhi Hasan who held a p…
 
The White House version of the 'Garage-gate' scandal is filled with lies, glaring omissions, and contradictions. Why were Biden's lawyers cleaning out a closet if they were unaware about classified documents being stored? Shouldn't it have been a cleaning crew? Or did they in fact know there were secret docs hidden? Why does the WH keep lying about…
 
Amanda Gardner with Introvert Dear shares how to interact with an introvert. Episode 2626: How to Interact with an Introvert by Amanda Gardner Jenn Granneman is the founder of Introvert, Dear and author of The Secret Lives of Introverts. She started Introvert, Dear in 2013 as her personal blog. She was living with an extroverted roommate, dating an…
 
Mark Manson shares why happiness is not enough. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 2625: [Part 2] Happiness Is Not Enough by Mark Manson Mark Manson was a full-time professional dating coach for men from 2008 until 2011. Sick of the industry, he wrote his first book, Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, and changed the name and focus of his business to…
 
Mark Manson shares why happiness is not enough. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 2624: [Part 1] Happiness Is Not Enough by Mark Manson Mark Manson was a full-time professional dating coach for men from 2008 until 2011. Sick of the industry, he wrote his first book, Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, and changed the name and focus of his business to…
 
Barbara Wagner with Budgets Are Sexy talks about the wisdom of old people Episode 2623: What Old People Know by Barbara Wagner J. Money is a 6’1, hyperactive, rock a ‘hawk who loves drinking beer, blaring hip-hop, talking about money, and now playing with his two adorable baby boys. He also has a podcast: M.O.N.E.Y. He tracked his expenses for 3 mo…
 
Marc Chernoff shares 9 unconventional habits of extraordinary success Episode 2622: 9 Unconventional Habits of Extraordinary Success by Marc Chernoff Marc and Angel Chernoff are professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development b…
 
In this solo episode by Will, let's kick off the year in style and run down a highlight from every 2022 episode. Each highlight involves Cory teaching a lesson to, lighting a fire under, or provoking new thoughts from Will. We cover five episodes in under 20 minutes. From Ep. 1 - Establishing a level of care (1:18), Ep. 2 - Comparing venues (5:35),…
 
Eric Teplitz talks about how to make yourself proud, happy and grateful Episode 2621: Making Yourself Proud, Happy and Grateful by Eric Teplitz Eric Teplitz has had a lifelong fascination with human motivation, creativity, personal development, and living an inspired, rewarding, and positively impactful life. To this effect, he routinely undertakes…
 
Kacey Rae helps you overcome overwhelm Episode 2620: How to Overcome Overwhelm by Kacey Rae Kacey is a mother of 3, a wanderer, hippie, and a gypsy at heart. Meditation has helped her find her way out of depressive episodes that have controlled her life, and has now given her a good handle on her anxiety. On her blog, she shares insights from her s…
 
Emma Scheib of Simple Slow Lovely talks about how clutter is linked to anxiety Episode 2619: No, You Aren’t Crazy. Clutter is Linked to Anxiety by Emma Scheib Emma is a self-confessed introvert who craves the simple and slow things in life. She loves to run, read, and write. She is blessed to be wife to a wonderful husband, mum to two amazing and v…
 
Nia Shanks shares one simple hack to stop screwing yourself over. Episode 2618: One Simple Hack to Stop Screwing Yourself Over by Nia Shanks Nia Shanks is a writer and coach, and leader of the Lift Like a Girl revolution. She helps women discover and reach their potential through an empowering approach to health, fitness, and life. Nia also hosts T…
 
Allison Carmen shares her thoughts on the importance of resilience in our daily lives. Episode 2617: So What Is Resilience And Why Is It So Important To Have In Our Daily Lives? by Allison Carmen Allison Carmen holds a B.A. in accounting, a J.D. of Law, and a Master’s of Law in taxation. After working for a large law firm in Manhattan, Allison foun…
 
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