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Travis is back for another edition of the Drive Time Podcast for this deep dive Wednesday. Today's dive is more brief and shallow, but we look at the week-to-week nature of the league. Plus, we'll hear from George Godsey, Josh Boyer and Danny Crossman and the guys from the Fish Tank drop in (post-game show) to talk Jacksonville Jaguars.
A tough loss for Miami in Las Vegas, but don't worry Dol-fans...most people lose their shirts in Vegas. Miami just lost a game. Sam and Chris talk about what went wrong, what went right, and what needs to change going forward in order to turn the L into a W.Plus, The Fish Tank joins us to participate in Elite Tweet or Delete Tweet! Former Dolphins Wide Receiver, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit spent some time with us, scouring the internet to bring you the very best, and very worst tweets from Dolphins Twitter. Check out their show at https://www.thefishtank81.com/#/ And finally the Colts are coming to town! The 0-3 Colts look to right their wrongs against YOUR Miami Dolphins this Sunday. The Jacoby Brissett revenge game is in full swing! Can Miami crawl back to .500? Or will they be toppled and thrown further down the AFC standings?Perfectville is a part of the BLEAV Podcast Network and is presented by BetOnline.ag.
Travis is back to recap the tough loss at home to the Buffalo Bills. We'll get into the five takeaways, hear from Head Coach Brian Flores, update on Tua Tagovailoa's injury, look for silver linings and play the first segment of the Miami Dolphins fifth quarter postgame show with Travis, Seth Levit and O.J. McDuffie from the Fish Tank podcast.
On today's show: Devin is washed + TA joins the show in-studio to talk about Paul Pierce going in the Hall of Fame and the story Chris Mannix wrote about him for SI, 1998 NBA Draft, the night he was stabbed, when he wanted a trade out of Boston, his poker night on IG Live, not knowing his father, on Ray Allen signing with Miami, TA trying to keep his house clean and so much more! Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia
EPISODE 148 - ROBBIE RYAN - Cinematographer Team Deakins enjoys an interesting talk with cinematographer, Robbie Ryan (MARRIAGE STORY, I, DANIEL BLAKE, THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES). We talk about his teaming up with director Andrea Arnold and their relationship. We go into details on the film FISH TANK. Robbie shares Andrea's approach, the experience of working with street actors, and why a lot was handheld. He also talks about the differences between working with Andrea and Ken Loach. We also touch on his experience of working with Noah Baumbach as well as Yorgos Lanthimos on THE FAVOURITE. And we had questions about the technical challenges on THE LAST DAYS ON MARS. A fun and interesting conversation! RECOMMENDED EPISODE VIEWING: Fish Tank
Travis is back for another edition of the Drive Time podcast and is joined by two of the brethren of the Miami Dolphins podcast network -- Seth Levit and O.J. McDuffie of the Fish Tank podcast join to talk training camp, preseason, wide receiver play, the post-game show on 560 WQAM and a whole lot more!
Travis is back for the final preseason recap edition of the Drive Time podcast! We'll get to the five takeaways from the 29-26 win, break down the individual performances that stood out and the new acquisition of Greg Mancz from Baltimore. Plus, a special sneak peak of the postgame show on 560 WQAM with Travis, Seth Levit and O.J. McDuffie of the Fish Tank podcast!
Jenny and Jenny are bright-eyed and bushy-tailed for another fabulous episode! They discuss upcoming events in Pickaway County and what they've been up to lately in the community. They also have an Ashville, Ohio pizza conversation that results in you wanting pizza. If you like pizza, you should pick up a Pickaway Pizza Trail Passport at The Welcome Center. Listen to our show live* on Fridays and Saturdays at 10 am on Roundtown Radio. *It's not live, but it sounds better to say that. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jennyjennyroundtown/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennyjennyroundtown/support
On today’s show, Free Beer told us about his latest waste of money in his fish tank. For the whole podcast, as well as a ton of other exclusive perks, sign up to be a Fancy Idiot here!
In this episode: It's just the original cast of the 420 pods with Gary and KG. Gary starts the pod by telling us how having a Fish Tank is a real aphrodisiac and ice breaker for women (11:50). The fellas reveal some of the corniest things they've done to get a woman's attention (18:14). When did people start liking Casamigos?!?! (72:47) We also discuss Kanye west new album, Dipset vs. Lox, Shannon Brown, and much more! Listen
Peter Gibbs hosts the show with a group of gardening experts. Bunny Guinness, Bob Flowerdew and Matthew Pottage answer questions from the virtual audience. This week, the panellists tackle questions ranging from when you can first harvest your asparagus to what to plant in an old fish tank. They also solve the mystery of a funny-looking fungus, offer advice on regenerating a lawn which has been driven over, and share their favourite nighttime gardening activities. Away from the questions, we revisit Matthew and Jane Wilson to hear more about their cut flower garden project, and Hafsah Hafeji gives us the ultimate guide for maximising a plot through companion planting. Producer - Jemima Rathbone Assistant Producer - Millie Chu A Somethin' Else production for BBC Radio 4
After posting great numbers in the Dominican Winter League and MLB Spring Training, infielder Joe Dunand is set to begin the 2021 minor league season with Triple-A Jacksonville. Ely Sussman and Ethan Budowsky highlight the new additions to the farm system at each full-season level as well as the returning players who they are most intrigued by (4:30). Then, Dunand calls in (24:00) to discuss the city of Jacksonville, competition at the Fish Tank (alternate training site), how he became a more consistent hitter during his year away from the Marlins organization, and what lessons he has learned from uncle A-Rod. Follow Joe Dunand on Twitter (@Joedunand) and Instagram (@joedunand). Follow Fish Stripes (@fishstripes), Ethan (@ethanbudowsky) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Full coverage at FishStripes.com. ************ Fish Stripes is thrilled to have SimBull as our podcast sponsor for the 2021 season. SimBull is the stock market for sports where you can trade MLB, NFL and NBA teams like stocks and earn cash payouts when they win. Use your sports knowledge to buy low, sell high, and make money. Join the 2,000+ early adopters and create your free account. Enter the promo code FISHSTRIPES to earn a $10 deposit bonus! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fishtank, a uniquely hardened British film presenting the coming-of-age journey of a 15-year-old girl in an Essex council estate, it follows like a fly on the wall; giving the audience a glimpse into a broken home and how resilience and determination has made hardened walls between each family member. From the mother’s jealousy of her oldest daughter’s youth and freedom to the boyfriend that takes what he pleases, Fishtank does not want your sympathy. A story that simply shows decisions and routes taken; it emphasises a 'this is how it is' within a council estate. So let's dive in and take a look at the film 'Fishtank'. Copyright to Two takes podcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/twotakespodcast/support
Get rid of any distracting sounds in your environment when listening to this humming drone and bubbles sound. Lay back and relax as your mind rests for the day. Let yourself recharge for the evening. Presented by Sound Therapy.
#FishDaddy This is Two Bros One Cast, the podcast where we get a chance to break away from the grind and talk about things for your enjoyment. This week Garrett joins the show to talk about helping me set up my fish tank. If you Like the show support me on Patreon at Grouchy Gus 94
Season 2: Episode 5 "is gonna give it to ya". The guys sit down all together and get down to business during the 5th episode of Season 2. The world lost Earl "DMX" Simmons just prior to this episode and if you don't think DMX effected three Eastern Kentucky boys, you'd be wrong. We get to hear about Blake's embarrassing.... or not so embarrassing tattoos, the guys all share some stories about Matt's mom ( get your damn mind out of the gutter). As usual the guys give their thoughts on the upcoming fights, they talk Jake Paul vs. Ben Askren as well as UFC 261 featuring Jorge Masvida and Kamaru Usman.Episode 5 is a much more laid back and chill episode. So hit the play button and enjoy the shenanigans. As always, Thank you for the support! Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/Mitch0929)
The Fish Stripes podcast takes a break from the 2-6 Marlins major league team to focus on the future. Spencer Morris, Ethan Budowsky, Ian Smith and Ely Sussman work their way down from impactful rookies on the active roster (4:40), to the Fish Tank in Jacksonville (30:30) and the 2021 MLB Draft class (58:30). Please note that this pod was recorded on Friday. Follow Spencer (@ProspectSpencer), Ethan (@ethanbudowsky), Ian (@FlaSmitty), Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Full coverage here at FishStripes.com. *********** Sponsored by SimBull! SimBull is the stock market for sports where you can trade MLB, NFL and NBA teams like stocks and earn cash payouts when they win. Use your sports knowledge to buy low, sell high, and make money. Join the 2,000+ early adopters and create your free account: https://simbull.app/fishstripes. Deposit with promo code FISHSTRIPES for a $10 bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yodel-a-hee-hoo! The gang goes to a country concert and things go sideways faster than an armadillo in headlights. Find out our new favorite child star and how a crippling injury slowed down a daring escape. Follow us where pictures get posted (Instagram) @storiesfrom_thephonebookand on Twitter @phonebookthots. Saddle up your audio canals and get weird with us!
Later this week, we expect to see RHP Nick Neidert recalled from the Fish Tank (alternate training site) to plug a hole in the Marlins' suddenly thin starting rotation. Ely Sussman explains why he believes Neidert can be successful at the highest level and how his style complements the rest of the club's staff. Follow Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) and Ely (@RealEly) on Twitter. Full coverage at FishStripes.com. *********** This podcast is sponsored by SimBull! SimBull is the stock market for sports where you can trade MLB, NFL and NBA teams like stocks and earn cash payouts when they win. Use your sports knowledge to buy low, sell high, and make money. Join the 2,000+ early adopters and create your free account: https://simbull.app/fishstripes. Deposit with promo code FISHSTRIPES for a $10 bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The kids are not alright! Neither is the water in this Fish Tank, Andrea Arnold's distressing sophomore feature. EMAIL US - firstname.lastname@example.org Fish Tank's Criterion - https://www.criterion.com/films/27541-fish-tank Movies with a Spine is three cinephiles discussing the releases of the Criterion Collection. Hosted by Nathaniel Combs, Ryan Hope, and Chris Miele. Edited by Chris Miele. CRITERION'S FISH TANK DESCRIPTION - Fish Tank, about a fifteen-year-old girl, Mia (electrifying newcomer Katie Jarvis), who lives with her mother and sister in the housing projects of Essex. Mia’s adolescent conflicts and emerging sexuality reach a boiling point when her mother’s new boyfriend (a lethally attractive Michael Fassbender) enters the picture. In her young career, Arnold has already proven herself to be a master of social realism, evoking the work of Mike Leigh and Ken Loach; and she invests her sympathetic portraits of dead-end lives with a poetic, earthy sensibility all her own. Fish Tank heralds the official arrival of a major new filmmaker. FROM THE CRITERION COLLECTION'S WEBSITE: Since 1984, the Criterion Collection has been dedicated to publishing important classic and contemporary films from around the world in editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements. No matter the medium—from laserdisc to DVD and Blu-ray to streaming—Criterion has maintained its pioneering commitment to presenting each film as its maker would want it seen, in state-of-the-art restorations with special features designed to encourage repeated watching and deepen the viewer’s appreciation of the art of film.
Silly name for a podcast. Sounds like a 5-year-old recorded it. And that’s the point. Hint: This podcast is not about a fish tank. "What makes your soul sing? Do you allow yourself to experience it?” – Mark J. Silverman Today on Mastering Midlife: Way too much detail on setting up a tank Covid fatigue is real, even if things aren’t that bad for you, you need relief What brings YOU joy? Real Joy? Give yourself the gift of what brings you that joy Are you a busy, overwhelmed business leader? Through my work as an author and executive coach, I’ve discovered the 10 lies we all tell ourselves that keep us away from true productivity and creativity. If constant firefighting is part of your daily grind, I have a free gift for you. My “10 Uncomfortable Truths” about overwhelm, from “Only 10s, Confront Your To-Do List – Transform Your Life.” Go to www.markjsilverman.com, click on the red banner and receive your 10 videos (one minute, one per day) as well as the first chapter of the book. While you are there, check out some of the other ways I may be able to help you on the journey. Mastering Midlife...Together! Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of the Mastering Midlife Podcast: How to Thrive When the World Asks the Most of You with Mark Silverman. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review. Be sure to visit our website and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube and don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media.
Our first skill is a must for any forgetful fish owner (desperately needs sound-effects, though) and we then revisit the updated fish tank screensaver skill that also works on Echos without a screen - now with added 'HD with super-long looping' option with an in-skill purchase. Feedback, comments, demos pleas to ✉️ email@example.com
On today’s show, I speak with playwright Migdalia Cruz. You may remember Elisa Bocanegra mentioning Migdalia in episode 18 for her work on María Irene Fornés’ documentary. We discuss her experience working with María Irene Fornés, how she helped Migdalia uncover her true playwrighting voice in a way that Columbia was unable to do, as well as her current project turning her translation of Macbeth into a podcast. I loved speaking with Migdalia about all of this as well as her early life writing plays.For a full transcript of today's episode go to beyondthelightspodcast.com.Mentioned in this Episode[00:02:39] Bil Baird Marionettes[00:08:22] INTAR[00:26:41] Oregon Shakespeare Festival[00:27:08] Next Chapter Podcast[00:28:05] The Play On! Festival[00:33:26] African-American Shakespeare Company[00:33:31] Actors Shakespeare Project [00:41:00] Northern Broadsides[00:44:07] Wooster Group - HAMLETMore about Migdalia2020-21 projects: Macbeth, Summer 2021 @Theatre SpaceNE in Sunderland, England.Teaching playwriting at Princeton University and the Actors’ Center, Spring 2021Co-chair of the 2019-2021 DGF’s Playwriting Fellows with Lucy Thurber.Commission from Clubbed Thumb & NYSCA for FISHTANK.Publications: Her translations of MACBETH and RICHARD III to be published by Arizona State University and The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in 2021; and her essay It’s Free on Wednesdays was included in “Theater Artists Making Theatre With No Theater," by Tripwire Harlot Press, eds., Spring, 2020.During the Summer & Fall of 2020, she made five pieces for the theater: Macaque Nightmares, with James Martinez, and Dreamy Fields, with Ephraim López, for HERO Theatre’s HEROVotes! project; Looking-glass for Planet Connections in the evening “Love & Kindness in The Time of Quarantine,” directed by Regina Taylor, featuring Zabryna Guevara; Meat and Other Broken Promises, with Marquise Vilsón Balenciaga, for The Homebound Project, 4th Edition, directed by Cándido Tirado; and in November 2020, she collaborated with the composer Cristian Amigo, for a live, geo-located theatre/sound piece in Battery Park, NY with INTAR Theater, Lives Of The New Kind Of Saints: a blessing/prayer for the essential workers guided by orishas, saints and angels, available on the ECHOES app.For more info on María Irene Fornés visit The Fornés Institute.Follow MigdaliaWebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramFollow Beyond the LightsWebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagram
Jon just wants to be an astronaut, Monroe gets her daily Diet Pepsi intervention, and Jackson will assume you're a serial killer if you don't like his pets!Plus a brand new 2nd Date Update.Want to sponsor our podcast? Email firstname.lastname@example.orgBe a part of our show! Tell us your dad jokes, pitch games, and ideas, or just tell us what you're thinking about. Text or leave a voicemail: 385-212-4757 Join our private FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/488640662049431/?ref=share
Travis is back for a special Hall of Fame candidacy case for legendary Dolphins linebacker Zach Thomas. OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit from the Fish Tank join Travis to detail No. 54's resume, how he measured up against his peers, and the stories behind the scenes that made Zach everyone's favorite linebacker.
E92: With everyone planning at the beginning of the year and goal setting one of the biggest things I’ve seen go wrong is not planning big enough for the potential you have. If you are working to bring your business or art to a higher scale you may not know what level you can be at until you’re there…..so how do you plan for that? A very half truth but I love the saying “A goldfish will grow to the tank size you keep it in” so don’t plan at the level your tank is now, plan for the tank you want to be in or you’ll never grow to your full potential. Very short episode on how to plan your goals larger than where you are at so you can become a larger gold fish in the future because you have to…..or something! In This Episode We Cover Goldfish grow to the size of the tank Aiming and planning past your current abilities Planning to “figure it out” Don’t plan to outgrow when you hit it We aren’t aware of what we will know What’s the One Thing? You will fit the shape of the space or challenge you start Give yourself the chance to be bigger than you are now Quotes “ When your planning your next step or your goals for this year, make sure your planning to put yourself in a large fish tank instead of planning based off of what you are aware of right now, you will out grow that right when you reach the goal.” - Host Dave Swillum “ Give yourself the chance, give yourself the ability for yourself to grow into the ability for a bigger plan than you have now.” - Host Dave Swillum Recommended Resources Links The One Thing https://amzn.to/3o0Kvqy Waking Up From Work Podcast Links Website www.wakingupfromwork.com Instagram/Twitter/Tik Tok @davewakeup Merch To Support Us! https://wakeup.itemorder.com/sale?fbclid=IwAR30nyVXdpFaax0mN0CRcC_mVjNzafbMo0spds82eoG-GMo01HG6Uq0dvzw Patreon (If you want to support the show check out our sweet offers for you) https://www.patreon.com/wakingupfromwork Facebook Community to connect to creatives https://www.facebook.com/groups/wakingupfromwork/about/ Email email@example.com Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJeddF25VuWn8Eg3Fhy13fQ?view_as=subscriber For audio advice and more in depth music content from Dave www.crawlspaceaudio.com Dave’s Indie Rock Band Broadwing www.broadwingband.bandcamp.com
Travis is back for another Friday Flashback as former wide receiver Marty Booker is riding shotgun to detail the 2006 season and the 21-0 shutout of the Patriots. Plus, Seth and O.J. from the Fish Tank dive in.
Travis is back for a Friday edition of the Drive Time podcast. Today, former Dolphins WR Oronde Gadsden joins the show to talk fade routes, Jay Fielder, the 2000 playoff win and the Wek 5 win over the Bengals that year when he caught a pair of touchdowns. Plus, Seth and OJ from the Fishtank drop by and we get you caught up on the latest injuries for Dolphins-Bengals Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.
Travis is joined by Dolphins Ring of Honor safety, member of the two Super Bowl Champions including the 1972 undefeated team Dick Anderson. They talk about the Dolphins-Jets rivalry, Jake Scott and Anderson's insurance business he ran during his career. Plus, we welcome in Seth Levit from the Fish Tank.
A bonus edition of the podcast that we did on Facebook Live! Kristy talks about who she'd FMK (Steve is so upset) and Steve offers up some Slow Jams AND proves that he doesn't understand how a woman's body works.
Travis is back for a Flashback podcast with Kim Bokamper. Together, they talk the 1981 and 1982 playoff games against the San Diego Chargers -- the hook and lateral, Kellen Winslow, Don Shula and the avenging the Epic in Miami. Plus, we'll hear from Seth and O.J. from The Fish Tank, get you caught up on the latest injuries and list John Congemi's three keys to victory.
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Travis is back for a Flashback edition of the Drive Time Podcast. Today, we talk to Dolphins Ring of Honor Wide Receiver Nat Moore who details the 55-14 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. Plus, the guys from the Fish Tank join to close it out, and we start with John Congemi's keys to the game.
Travis is back for a special Friday edition of the Drive Time podcast. We're crossing over with the guys from the Fish Tank as OJ McDuffie and Seth Levit join to talk the 1995 season finale against the St. Louis Rams. From catching passes over the middle of the field, spiking the football, and clinching a playoff berth to feeding information to The Don on the sidelines during game day. Plus, we'll get the latest injury news for Sunday and cover John Congemi's three keys to the game.
Travis is back for a Friday Fins Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. Today, we'll hear from Ronnie Brown as he details the epic Monday night win over rival New York. Plus, we'll get John Congemi's three keys, the latest injury news, and welcome the hosts of the Fish Tank podcast -- Seth and Juice -- into Drive Time.
Travis is back for a Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. Former tight end Randy McMichael joins to talk about the 2004 season and the win over the 49ers. Plus, the hosts of the Fish Tank podcast Seth Levit and OJ McDuffie jump in the passenger's seat.
Travis is back for a Friday Fins Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. We'll update on the latest injuries and news for Sunday's game vs. Seattle, then we wind it back to 2012 with Anthony Fasano. Plus, the boys from the Fish Tank podcast join to talk the Miami-Seattle sneaky good rivalry.
Travis is back for a special edition of the Drive Time podcast as it's a crossover special with the co-hosts of the Fish Tank pod. Seth Levit and OJ McDuffie recall the brief history of Dolphins and Jags and the battle for Florida.
Travis is back for a Friday Flashback edition of the Drive Time podcast. We'll hear from legendary Dolphins LT Richmond Webb on the Bills-Dolphins rivalry of the 90's, blocking Bruce Smith and Dan Marino's Isotoner gloves. Plus, OJ McDuffie and Seth Levitt of the Fish Tank podcast drop in to tell us the story of Bryan Cox's two-finger salute.
This week, Liberty and Tirzah discuss Piranesi, Watch Over Me, Legendborn, and more great books. This episode is sponsored by Book Riot Insiders, the digital hangout spot for the Book Riot community, Ritual, and Find Layla by Meg Elison. Pick up an All the Books! 200th episode commemorative item here. Subscribe to All the Books! using RSS, iTunes, or Spotify and never miss a beat book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: Piranesi by Susanna Clarke Watch Over Me by Nina LaCour Legendborn by Tracy Deonn Three Keys (A Front Desk Novel) by Kelly Yang Cursed Objects: Strange but True Stories of the World’s Most Infamous Items by J. W. Ocker Making Friends with Alice Dyson by Poppy Nwosu Once I Was You: A Memoir of Love and Hate in a Torn America by Maria Hinojosa Grown by Tiffany D. Jackson WHAT WE’RE READING: Bent Heavens by Daniel Kraus Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: More Than a Woman by Caitlin Moran Family in Six Tones: A Refugee Mother, an American Daughter by Lan Cao and Harlan Margaret Van Cao Self Evident Truths: 10,000 Portraits of Queer America by iO Tillett Wright The City of Palaces by Michael Nava Never Look Back by Lilliam Rivera The Future of Science is Female: The Brilliant Minds Shaping the 21st Century by Zara Stone Magdalena: River of Dreams by Wade Davis Anatomica: The Exquisite and Unsettling Art of Human Anatomy by Joanna Ebenstein Agent Sonya: Moscow’s Most Daring Wartime Spy by Ben Macintyre Made Men: The Story of Goodfellas by Glenn Kenny Black Heroes of the Wild West: Featuring Stagecoach Mary, Bass Reeves, and Bob Lemmons: A TOON Graphic by James Otis Smith and Kadir Nelson The Spymasters: How the CIA’s Directors Shape History and the Future by Chris Whipple A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son by Michael Ian Black The Awkward Black Man by Walter Mosley Finding My Father: His Century-Long Journey from World War I Warsaw and My Quest to Follow by Deborah Tannen Adventures in Opting Out: A Field Guide to Leading an Intentional Life by Cait Flanders The Glass House: A Novel by Beatrice Colin Black Fatigue: How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit by Mary-Frances Winters How to Astronaut: An Insider’s Guide to Leaving Planet Earth by Terry Virts Dick Gregory's Political Primer by Dick Gregory and James R. McGraw We Need To Talk: A Memoir About Wealth by Jennifer Risher Skunk and Badger (Skunk and Badger 1) by Amy Timberlake and Jon Klassen Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Identity, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen Polar Vortex by Shani Mootoo Lionheart (Richard the Lionheart) by Ben Kane Homeland Elegies: A Novel by Ayad Akhtar The Forgotten Kingdom by Signe Pike America: An Anthology of France and the United States by François Busnel The Paris Secret by Natasha Lester The White Coat Diaries by Madi Sinha The Roommate by Rosie Danan You Want More: Selected Stories of George Singleton by George Singleton Wagnerism: Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music by Alex Ross If Then: How Simulmatics Corporation Invented the Future by Jill Lepore A Peculiar Indifference: The Neglected Toll of Violence on Black America by Elliott Currie Resistencia: Poems of Protest and Revolution by Mark Eisner (Editor), Tina Escaja (Editor) My Life in 100 Objects by Margaret Randall Wild Thing: The Short, Spellbinding Life of Jimi Hendrix by Philip Norman Post-Apocalypto by Tenacious D, Jack Black, Kyle Gass City of Sparrows by Eva Nour Fly on the Wall by Remy Lai The Scapegracers by Hannah Abigail Clarke Straight from the Horse’s Mouth by Meryem Alaoui, Emma Ramadan (translator) Igifu by Scholastique Mukasonga, Jordan Stump (translator) The Orphan of Cemetery Hill: A Novel by Hester Fox The Land of the Cranes by Aida Salazar These Violent Delights: A Novel by Micah Nemerever Stakes Is High: Life After the American Dream by Mychal Denzel Smith Aseroë by François Dominique, Richard Sieburth and Howard Limoli (translators) Like a Bird by Fariha Róisín The Distance by Ivan Vladislavic Mirror Thinking: How Role Models Make Us Human by Fiona Murden Nature Matrix: New and Selected Essays by Robert Michael Pyle The Art of Saving the World by Corinne Duyvis It’s My Party and I Don’t Want to Go by Amanda Panitch To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini Don’t Look for Me by Wendy Walker Aquatlantic by Giorgio Carpinteri The True Definition of Neva Beane by Christine Kendall Sisters of the War: Two Remarkable True Stories of Survival and Hope in Syria (Scholastic Focus) by Rania Abouzeid Surrender Your Sons by Adam Sass Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon My Life in the Fish Tank by Barbara Dee K-Pop Confidential by Stephan Lee Who I Was With Her by Nita Tyndall The Evening and the Morning (Kingsbridge) by Ken Follett Even If We Break by Marieke Nijkamp Every Life Is on Fire: How Thermodynamics Explains the Origins of Living Things by Jeremy England Horrid by Katrina Leno A Kingdom of Tender Colors by Seth Greenland The Vanderbeekers Lost and Found by Karina Yan Glaser Hotel Almighty by Sarah J. 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