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Grab your water bottles and sunscreen- today, Joe and Holly are sharing some recommended reads for Pride month
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Voters in Great Falls went to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to increase taxpayer funding for the Great Falls Public Library. The vote is a test of the new county clerk and recorder's ability to hold an error-free election.
Well this came out of nowhere! Toledo, time to see how we turn out for shows at the Huntington Center that aren't country or old cock rock. What really bugged me about the SLYVANIA street sign. The Italian Bowl is NOT a soccer game. Stunner, the Library has another event I'm very excited for. Yes, to pickles on pizza. Sped up songs. Transformers prediction.
In this episode, we visit the London Borough of Hackney to find out about the possibilities for a circular economy in the UK's capital city.We'll hear from the borough's mayor, Philip Glanville, about how the area is looking beyond waste and recycling in transitioning to a circular economy.We'll also meet Charlotte Thorpe from social enterprise Library of Things to find out more about the initiative and why it's proving popular in London.Let us know what you'd like to hear about in future episodes
Danielle Capalbo is the lead singer of Connecticut local band DaniProbably. She recently recorded her song "Cowboy" with Grammy-winning producer Peter Katis. But she didn't lay down tracks at at a recording studio. She recorded at a library. The Westport Library in Connecticut is the first library to record, produce and release a vinyl record. Today, we talk to members of this library and how they are rethinking the changing and emerging role of libraries. We'll hear how the library has created spaces to nurture and resource local artists. We'll also hear from some of the bands featured on the album join us to talk about this process. We want to hear from you. What do you use your local library for? GUESTS: Travis Bell: Audio Studios Manager at the Verso Studios at the Westport Library Danielle Capalbo: band member of DaniProbably Dylan Hundley: cofounder and lead singer of Lulu Lewis Dooley O: artist and DJ based out of New Haven Bill Harmer: Executive Director at the Westport Library Where We Live is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode.Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's random topic is librariesMeagan and Jeff spend some time talking about their shared love and appreciation for libraries! Meagan gives details about the purpose and mission of the American Library Association. Jeff speculates about what would happen if you tried to introduce the idea of libraries into today's economy.What do you use your library for? Does your library lend anything peculiar? Let us know!Take a minute to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Follow usInstagram: @schticklessEmail us with thoughts, comments, encouragement, or good firstname.lastname@example.orgArtwork by: @halfcaffdesignsMusic appears courtesy of Leo Goes Grr:Intro: Manhattan from the album Almost FictionOutro: Sunset, OK from the ep We'll Come Back for YouCatch up on old episodes of Schtickless and invite your friends and family to listen as well!
Stepping foot into the Hills & Hamlets Bookshop is like taking in a deep, calming breath. The atmosphere is warm and cozy and the shopkeepers couldn't be friendlier or more knowledgeable. And even though the shop itself is on the smaller side, it's packed to the brim with books from every genre you can think of including children's books, fantasy, art & architecture, urban planning, cookbooks - and even some rare & vintage finds for collectors. It's truly something you can't miss on your next visit. In this episode, Monica and Steve chat with Hills & Hamlets owner Josh Niesse about getting started in the bookselling business, opening a second location here in Serenbe, and why bookshops are a great ‘indicator species' for the health of a community. Show NotesHills & Hamlets BookshopUnderground BooksSupport Josh on BookshopLibro.fmChatt Hills GalleryPaige Crutcher Home Therapy: Interior Design for Increasing Happiness, Boosting Happiness, and Creating Calm by Anita YokotaKey Words: Book Store, Bookshop, Bookstore, Library, Literature, Reading, Bookworm, Serenbe, Community, Book Launch, Author, Nature, Rare Books, Vintage Books, Retail
We are starting the first grade Build Your Library curriculum, Ancient Civilizations. In this episode, we talk about the curriculum and how we are approaching the coming months. We will be releasing videos as we move through the curriculum so make sure you're subscribed to us on YouTube! Support The Podcast If you like what you hear, consider supporting the podcast: https://homeschooltogether.gumroad.com/l/support Consider Leaving Us A Review If you have a quick moment please consider leaving a review on iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/homeschool-together-podcast/id1526685583 Show Notes Build Your Library - https://buildyourlibrary.com/purchase-level-1-curriculum/ Torchlight - https://torchlightcurriculum.com/torchlight/ Blossom and Root - https://blossomandroot.com/ Charlotte Mason - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_Mason What Are We Consuming Chatgpt App - https://apps.apple.com/app/openai-chatgpt/id6448311069 Bard - https://bard.google.com/ Connect with us Website: http://www.homeschool-together.com/ Store: https://gumroad.com/homeschooltogether Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/homeschooltogether Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/homeschooltogetherpodcast/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/homeschooltogetherpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/hs_together The Gameschool Co-Op: https://www.facebook.com/groups/gameschoolcoop/ Email: email@example.com
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Good news for the libraries in our capital city. Wellington has seen a 48 percent increase in teenagers using library cards since the scrapping of late fees. Last year Wellington City Councillors voted unanimously to wipe more than half a million dollars worth of overdue library charges and scrap the fees altogether. Councillor Rebecca Matthews, who introduced the amendment speaks to Jesse.
The Davis School District is removing the Bible from library shelves in elementary and middle schools... but leaving it on high school shelves. KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joins Jeff to discuss.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Host: Kevin Smith Dives into the weekly news most impactful to the HeartlandHEADLINESMass confusion in Missouri. As Rule threatening MO library funding over ‘obscene' books takes effectKansas City Star - https://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article275918911.htmlHow Washington Bargained Away Rural AmericaProspect - https://prospect.org/power/2023-05-24-how-washington-bargained-away-rural-america/ST. CHARLES COUNTY DEMOCRAT FIRST CAPITOL DINNERJune 9th - https://www.stcdemocrats.com/event-details/first-capitol-dinner-2023-2LIGHTNING ROUNDArizona,Republican on the governing board of Arizona's largest county will not seek reelection during the 2024 cycle after Conservative harassment. Washington Post - https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2023/06/01/after-harassment-arizona-county-official-wont-run-reelection/AZ Central - https://www.azcentral.com/story/opinion/op-ed/laurieroberts/2023/05/08/arizona-republicans-mock-county-supervisor-bill-gates-ptsd/70196397007/Arizona Superintendent of Public Schools Tom Horne reveals near billion dollar price tag for taxpayers for school voucher scheme.Fox News https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-school-voucher-program-likely-to-cost-tax-payers-much-more-than-previously-thoughtWisconsin,Happy Pride month from Democratic Gov. Tony EversUS News - https://www.usnews.com/news/us/articles/2023-06-01/governor-raises-gay-pride-flag-over-wisconsin-capitol-in-show-of-support-for-lgbtq-communityA new report regarding child welfare in Wisconsin is showing that Native American and Black children are being disproportionately removed from their families when compared to their white counterparts. Post Crescent - https://www.postcrescent.com/story/news/local/2023/06/01/in-brown-outagamie-counties-native-children-are-separated-from-families-at-disproportionate-rate/70147925007/Iowa,Officials in Iowa are making plans to demolish a six-story apartment building a day after it partially collapsed, injuring at least one person and displacing countless residents and businesses. The Guardian - https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2023/may/29/iowa-building-collapse-rescue-victims?CMP=Share_iOSApp_OtherAnd lastly in Missouri, It's illegal to wrestle bears Fox News - https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/its-illegal-to-wrestle-bears-in-missouri-police-warn-after-multiple-sightings
ASL Word of the Day: Library Welcome to the ASL Word of the Day podcast, your ticket to signing shenanigans! Today's word is Library, where whispers turn into epic adventures and books become our magical portals. Join us as we learn to sign the wonders of literature and unleash our inner bookworms in the most delightful way. So grab your imaginary spectacles and get ready to sign, read, and bring the library to life! Learn Sign Language Do you want to expand your knowledge and take your ASL skills to the next level? Something spectacular awaits you. ASL Teaching Resources offers extensive online courses. Our professional instructors will guide you through immersive lessons, interactive exercises, and practical scenarios to help you understand ASL grammar, sentence structure, and cultural nuances. Our courses are for beginners through experienced signers. You'll gain the confidence to have meaningful conversations and make lasting connections. Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to learn ASL. Visit our website today to start an enriching adventure with ASL Teaching Resources! Start Your ASL Journey Here! ASL Online Courses Connect with Us! ASL Resources Welcome to ASL Teaching Resources, the one-stop place for ASL teaching resources and learning sign language. We specialize in providing teachers with the necessary tools to succeed, whether they know sign or not. Become a member today to access hundreds of ASL teaching resources. Our Mission To provide ready-to-use sign language-based worksheets, flashcards, and videos to make it easier to teach and communicate with deaf, hearing, and special needs students. Our Promise To cut your research and prep time down to just minutes. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel.
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Natalie Draper of the Northfield Public Library provides information on upcoming library programs and events. Signup for the summer reading program begins Monday, June 5.
The Deerfield Public Library Podcast
Richie Hofmann reads a poem by Walt Whitman and “Reconciliation.” Queer Poem-a-Day Lineage Edition is our new format for year three! Featuring contemporary LGBTQIA+ poets reading a poem by an LGBTQIA+ writer of the past, followed by an original poem of their own. Richie Hofmann is the author of two books of poems, A Hundred Lovers (2022) and Second Empire (2015). His poetry appears recently in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New York Review of Books, and The Yale Review, and has been honored with the Ruth Lilly and Wallace Stegner fellowships. Work from a new manuscript is forthcoming in Poetry and The Paris Review. He lives in Chicago. Text of today's original poem and more details about our program can be found at: deerfieldlibrary.org/queerpoemaday/ Queer Poem-a-Day is a program from the Adult Services Department at the Library and may include adult language. Find books from participating poets in our library's catalog. Queer Poem-a-Day is directed by poet and teacher Lisa Hiton and Dylan Zavagno, Adult Services Coordinator at the Deerfield Public Library. Music for this third year of our series is AIDS Ward Scherzo by Robert Savage, performed by pianist Daniel Baer. Queer Poem-a-Day is supported by generous donations from the Friends of the Deerfield Public Library and the Deerfield Fine Arts Commission.
In this Library Release of Fight Back, we talk extensively about chiropractic care. Chiropractic is a healthcare discipline that emphasizes the body's inherent recuperative power to heal itself without using drugs or surgery. The chiropractic practice focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health.We welcome our special guest, Dr. Steven Barham. After suffering a severe back injury playing college football, Steven faced major surgery but chose to try chiropractic care. The treatment he received provided quick and lasting results, and he decided to enter the chiropractic profession. For the last 30 years, he has been helping patients of all ages seek relief and healing from their health problems.Dr. Barham will discuss the origins and evolution of chiropractic care, what patients should do to find the right chiropractor for their needs, what patients can expect at their first visit, and much more.
The Marvel of My OrDiNaRy Life!
Some places you just shouldn't hide...Thank you for listening!! For Apple Play Listeners, at your request, here is how to choose the order that your episodes play:When you follow a podcast, you can play episodes in order, beginning with the newest or oldest episode.1. Open the Podcasts app.2. On your iPhone, go to the Library tab, then tap Shows. On your iPad, go to Library in the sidebar and tap Shows.3. Tap the show to see its information page.4. Tap the More button in the top-right corner, then tap Settings. 5. 5. Tap Oldest to newest or newest to oldest If you have something to tell me or would like to request a story you have heard me tell long ago that is not here yet email firstname.lastname@example.org ALL episodes:https://themarvelofmyordinarylife.buzzsprout.com Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/themarvelofmyordinarylife/ Thank you to: Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/ andZapsplat: https://www.zapsplat.com/for all the kookie and real sound effects and spot on music choices too!
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On this week's show, we bring you a second hour of highlights from Forward Radio's special live broadcast from the 10th Annual How-To Festival at the Main Public Library on Saturday, May 13, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. In addition to hosting an all-day booth on How to Broadcast with Community Radio, we did a LIVE broadcast from the Festival, dropping in on all kinds of How-To sessions and interviewing participants. From learning how to beat box to dancing Flamenco to painting like Bob Ross – participants learned how to do more than 50 things in five hours, all for free! And thanks to Forward Radio's proud Community Partner, the Louisville Urban Agriculture Coalition, the How-To Fest again featured three gardening tents with classes presented by Urban Ag member groups. The How-To Festival is FREE and takes place throughout the Main Library. Learn more at http;//www.lfpl.org/how-to/
Dark Side of the Library Minisode #92: "The Salt Grows Heavy" by Cassandra Khaw (Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission at no extra cost to you) The Salt Grows Heavy: https://amzn.to/3CdQFwV Cassandra Khaw: https://www.instagram.com/casskhaw/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassandra_Khaw Follow Dark Side of the Library on Facebook and on Instagram! And our Amazon Live Channel! Dark Side of the Library Amazon Live Channel: https://www.amazon.com/live/darksideofthelibrary/ Dark Side of the Library Podcast: https://www.darksideofthelibrary.com/
In this episode, we get excited about two books: The Tumbling Girl by Bridget Walsh and The West: A New History in Fourteen Lives by Naoíse Mac Sweeney. Then Mel shares the highlights of the first Pulitzer Prize winners. LINKS The Tumbling Girl by Bridge Walsh The West: A New History in Fourteen Lives by Naoíse Mac Sweeney Pulitzer Prize website All the winners organized by year. Herbert Bayard Swope's Wikipedia page See photos of his mansion on Long Island here and here. Julia Ward Howe's Wikipedia page. Josef Pulitzer and the Crowdfunding Campaign That Saved the Statue of Liberty. SSoP Podcast Episode 27 — Newsroom: From Clacking Typewriters to Viral Video. An American Childhood by Annie Dillard Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators by Ronan Farrow The Crofter and the Laird by John McPhee _Less: A Novel by Andrew Sean Greer Middlesex: A Novel_ by Jeffrey Eugenides The Shipping News: A Novel by Annie Proulx So Big by Edna Ferber Transcript of this episode. The Library of Lost Time is a Strong Sense of Place Production! https://strongsenseofplace.com Do you enjoy our show? Want access to fun bonus content? Please support our work on Patreon. Every little bit helps us keep the show going and makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside - https://www.patreon.com/strongsenseofplace As always, you can find us at: Our site Instagram Facebook Twitter Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is a DREAM come true! It's audiobook narrator, actor, performer, and all around talent, Santino Fontana. Emma and Joe have a lively chat about For You and Only You (and the rest of the You series), killing superstitions, trenta coffee orders, keeping it different, Cleveland love, and more! Audiobooks mentioned in this episode: You by Caroline Kepnes For You and Only You by Caroline Kepnes The Institute by Stephen King Election by Tom Perrotta Wheelmen by Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O'Connell Wishful Drinking by Carrie Fisher Rebecca Traister For a complete list of titles that Santino has narrated available on OverDrive.com, click here. Readers can sample and borrow the titles mentioned in today's episode on OverDrive.com or in Libby. Library friends can shop these titles in OverDrive Marketplace. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. Be sure to rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! You can follow the Professional Book Nerds on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @ProBookNerds. Want to reach out? Send an email to email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Deerfield Public Library Podcast
For this third season of the program, we are shaking things up with a new format: Queer Poem-a-Day Lineage Edition. In each podcast episode, we asked a contemporary queer poet to read a work of influence by an LGBTQIA+ writer of the past followed by an original poem of their own. Our participating poets also discuss the poem they chose and how their own work responds, offering an educational opportunity to consider how today's vibrant living voices are in conversation with the voices of the past that live on library shelves. Our new semi-daily format (shared Monday, Wednesday, and Friday), combined with additional educational programs, adds a new, enriching dimension to the Queer Poem-a-Day project. Queer Poem-a-Day is founded and co-directed by poet and teacher Lisa Hiton and Dylan Zavagno, Adult Services Coordinator at the Library and host of the Deerfield Public Library Podcast. Music for this third year of our series is AIDS Ward Scherzo by Robert Savage, performed by pianist Daniel Baer. We are once again grateful to have received generous support from both the Friends of the Deerfield Public Library and the Deerfield Fine Arts Commission. To kick off season three of our series, Lisa and I had a short conversation reflecting on lineage, the threats to public libraries surrounding LGBTQIA+ programming and collections and the backdrop of new specifically anti-trans, and broadly anti-LGBTQIA+ laws, including book and curriculum bans. Our music has changed again as well: our Chicago-based pianist, Daniel Baer, chose the rarely performed AIDS Ward Scherzo by Robert Savage. He joins us for this introductory episode to think through our re-imagined series in the context of classical piano. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher Radio. Read our intro blog and see related programs at deerfieldlibrary.org/queerpoemaday Queer Poem-a-Day is a program from the Adult Services Department at the Library and may include adult language.
This week Terry and Paul stay very quiet and meet Miss Ellie Pendleton, an aspiring writer that just landed a job at a private library. She is surrounded by books but it forbidden from ever reading any of them. When she realizes that each book has a person's name on it, she can't resist seeing what's behind the cover...
May 31, 2023 - Manitowoc Public Library
In honor of "Global Parents Day" on June 1st, Michael Gregg from Troy Public Library's Lansingburgh branch recommends four novels that present different takes on families. "French Exit: A Tragedy of Manners" (Patrick deWitt, 2018)is a "hilarious novel" about a woman and her son; "The Nest" (Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, 2016) is a "zany take on family squabbles"; "The Good Father" (Noah Hawley, 2012) explores a father dealing with a son who tries to assasinate a president, weaving both psychological drama and history tidbits on assasinations; and "News of the World" (Paulette Jiles, 2016; filmed in 2021 featuring Tom Hanks) explores a post-Civil War story of how a traveling newsreader bonds with a girl he is entrusted with returning to her family. Library activities discussed include a new seed library, the annual summer reading program, Thursday "Shorts Out Loud" events ocmbining music and a read-aloud short story, and more. For more details on books and activities, visit www.thetroylibrary.org. To find other libraries in New York State, see https://www.nysl.nysed.gov/libdev/libs/#Find. Produced by Brea Barthel for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.
A good friend of the Barrier Islands Center, Gregg Kimball, was the MC for the recent Art & Music on the Farm event and has been so for that event's duration. He advises on the programming and frequently performs. His day job is the Director of Outreach and Programming at the Library of Virginia in Richmond.
This week Austin Yorski joins us and absolute chaos and goblinery ensues! The gobergy is off the charts!Dice Funk: https://www.patreon.com/austinyorski/posts Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/Humansholler Lauren's Onlyfans:onlyfans.com/rawrgliciousLauren's Paypal:paypal.me/rawrgliciousLet's Talk About Snacks:https://open.spotify.com/show/1fVjUPlm967tApMypgyWkL Bethany's Comic:https://eonscomic.kitmyth.net/Morgan's Substack:https://morganstringer.substack.com/ Morgan's Knowledge Fight Episode: https://knowledgefight.libsyn.com/759-chatting-with-morgan-stringer Stories UsedLaurenhttps://www.cbsnews.com/news/killer-whales-attacking-boats-damaging-spain-portugal-reason/ https://www.theedge.co.nz/home/whats-good/2023/05/the-great-barrier-reef-has-chlamydia-but-science-reckons-it-could-actually-be-a-good-thing.html Lomohttps://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/big-white-dogs-save-the-worlds-smallest-penguin-in-australia/ https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/adorable-photos-show-a-newborn-litter-of-critically-endangered-scottish-wildcat-kittens/ Morganhttps://apnews.com/article/hot-pocket-kentucky-louisville-shooting-c349b21fcf7f7cba69f8ec9fb121af2d https://news.sky.com/story/book-returned-to-library-almost-100-years-late-12887744 AustinSony reveals new handheld to stream PS5 games: Project Q - Polygonhttps://www.theverge.com/2023/5/24/23736271/ron-desantis-presidential-bid-twitter-spaces-elon-musk-announcement
Christian Historical Fiction Talk
Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission.Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content.Tosca Lee is my guest this week, and we chatted about the book she co-authored with Marcus Brotherton, The Long March Home. This amazing WWII novel set in the Philippines is a story of friendship and endurance. We talk about the extensive research they both did, what it was like to work with a co-author, and some of the other jobs Tosca has had along the way. Patrons get to hear more about her time as Mrs. Nebraska and how that helped her in her writing.The Long March Home by Tosca Lee and Marcus BrothertonJimmy Propfield joined the army for two reasons: to get out of Mobile, Alabama, with his best friends Hank and Billy and to forget his high school sweetheart, Claire. Life in the Philippines seems like paradise--until the morning of December 8, 1941, when news comes from Manila: Imperial Japan has bombed Pearl Harbor. Within hours, the teenage friends are plunged into war as enemy warplanes attack Luzon, beginning a battle for control of the Pacific Theater that will culminate with a last stand on the Bataan Peninsula and end with the largest surrender of American troops in history. What follows will become known as one of the worst atrocities in modern warfare: the Bataan Death March. With no hope of rescue, the three friends vow to make it back home together. But the ordeal is only the beginning of their nearly four-year fight to survive. Inspired by true stories, The Long March Home is a gripping coming-of-age tale of friendship, sacrifice, and the power of unrelenting hope.Get your copy of The Long March Home.Meet Tosca Lee:Tosca Lee is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author.She is the recipient of two International Book Awards, Killer Nashville's Silver Falchion, ECPA Book of the Year in Fiction, and the Nebraska Book Award. Her work has finaled for the High Plains Book Award, the Library of Virginia Reader's Choice Award, two Christy Awards, and a second ECPA Book of the Year. The Line Between was a Goodreads Choice Awards semifinalist for Best Mystery/Thriller of 2019. In addition to the New York Times, her books have appeared on the IndieBound bestseller list, and Library Journal's “Best Of” lists..Tosca received her B.A. from Smith College and lives in Nebraska with her husband, three of four children still at home, and her 160-lb. German Shepherd, Timber.Visit Tosca's website.Meet Marcus BrothertonMarcus Brotherton is a New York Times bestselling author and coauthor dedicated to writing books that inspire heroics, promote empathy, and encourage noble living. His commendations include the Christopher Award for literature “that affirms the highest values of the human spirit.” Born in British Columbia, Marcus earned a bachelor's degree from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon, and a master's degree from Biola University in Los Angeles, where he graduated with high honors. He lives with his wife and their three children in the Pacific Northwest.Visit Marcus's website.
The Bookshop at the End of the Internet
Author Frank Reteguiz discusses his American Lore series. What started out as a single story eventually became an interconnected series of novels. There are currently six books available in the series, which is a unique mashup of horror, fantasy and science fiction. Frank draws inspiration for his novels from Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and his own experience as a former police officer. He also likes to weave little-known historical facts into his stories, which he writes as modern-day fables.
Welcome to season 3, episode 15 of the Today is the Day Changemakers Podcast. I am delighted to welcome Sylvia Morrison once more on the podcast as our first repeated guest! Sylvia Morrison is a superhuman woman, her life and work embody the term humanitarian. She is the founder of Links Across Borders, a wonderful organization targeted towards providing for children in Ghana, West Africa. Her main focus is to expand their access to books and other school essentials that will further their education. Links Across Borders is a project that has been in gestation since 2003, when Morrison got the idea from a conversation with a friend at Christmastime. After being inspired by sending a few dollars to Ghana to host a Christmas party for children and hearing that many of them were not in school, she decided to begin fundraising herself. Three years later, Morrison began visiting “her children” and noticed they did not have books. She lives by the quote, “If you think someone should do something about that, remember that you are someone”, and as a result, she decided she would build the first library in the small village. Sylvia Morrison grew up in a village in Jamaica similar to that of the children in Ghana and she began to see her younger self in them. She cites the reason she noticed they were missing books as being because she was reminded of her own childhood, but was missing the image of a little girl sitting under a tree reading. As shown in her passion for Links Across Borders, Sylvia has a deep connection with reading and literature. When she was a girl, she was known to become so absorbed in her reading that she would interpret fictional vacations as her own, her deep appreciation for stories blurring the lines between fiction and reality. Sylvia Morrison expands on her admirable composure throughout her life's work by delving into her gratitude-centric mindset. She firmly believes that, “gratitude is the vibration on which all of the desires in our heart that we are looking to manifest are attracted into our lives”. She explains that if you are focused on problems, the universe will give you more but if you put your focus on what you want, you will attract what you want. Sylvia strongly encourages others to adopt a gratitude mindset because it reminds her that “challenges are there to help you grow” and when practicing gratitude “they don't feel as enormous”. Sylvia is a marvelous human and her unwavering altruism and everlasting gratitude are beyond compare. Please take a moment to follow and like us on social media. If you are interested in becoming a guest on the Today is the Day Changemakers Podcast, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: https://todayisthedayliveit.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/todayistheday/Instagram: @todayisthedayliveitHave a great week everyone!
RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
We're used to see a dog being taken for a walk...maybe a cat? But a llama?! Well, if you see a llama walking down the main street of Tawa in Wellington, chances are its owned by local, Stephen Mulholland.
Guest Name: Jillian HeiseGuest work information/location: Elementary Library Media Specialist in Southeastern WisconsinJillian Heise, NBCT & MLIS, has been an elementary Library Media Specialist in southeastern Wisconsin since 2017. She previously taught 7th & 8th grade ELA in the Milwaukee area for eleven years. As founder of #ClassroomBookADay (inspired by Donalyn Miller's #bookaday), Jillian is a passionate advocate for the power of shared stories and is dedicated to supporting all students by honoring their identities and lived experiences through access to inclusive literature to build classroom community and engagement. She presents at conferences and provides workshops at the local, state, regional, national, and international level to share her literacy expertise and knowledge to inspire other educators. Guest social media: Twitter: @heisereadsInstagram: @heisereadsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/heisereads & https://www.facebook.com/groups/classroombookadayBlog: www.heisereads.com & www.classroombookaday.comFuture Ready Schools Website: https://all4ed.org/future-ready-schools/Twitter: @FutureReady, @ShannonMMillerInstagram: @FutureReadySchools, @ShannonMMillerFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/FutureReadySchoolsFuture Ready Schools is a registered trademark of All4Ed, located in Washington, D.C. #FutureReady
Meet the Luddite Club, a group of library-loving, flip-phone-toting teenagers in Brooklyn who come together every week out of a shared sense that social media and smart phones just aren't working for them. Read the transcript and check out additional resources here: https://www.bklynlibrary.org/podcasts/teens-are-offline Listen to Undiscarded: Stories of New York: https://undiscarded.org/
On this episode of Pop Life, we conclude our three part series focusing on the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. To do so, host Kendall Phillips chats with Matt Severson, the Director the Margaret Herrick Library. Matt Has a 21+ year history of working in motion picture archives, exhibition curating, donor outreach and employee management. Skilled in Digitization, Curating, Writing, and Collection Management. Matt tell us about the woman the library is named after, the struggle of archiving hard copied document in a word that's gone digital, as well as sharing a very funny tale about the time Drew Barrymore visited the Library
Today, we talk to a Richmond-based pop-punk artist about their creative process how they make energetic sound. Then, we learn the story behind the UC Berkeley students who are fighting for an anthropology library on campus. And, we meet a veteran who cares for other vets at the end of their lives in a piece from Storycorps.
In episode 141, Miscarriage Hope Desk founder, Allison Schaaf, is here to discuss adoption. She shares her own story of feeling called to adopts, as well as questions to explore when considering adoption. Topics Discussed: Considering adoption, Feeling called to adopt, International versus domestic adoption LINKS IN THIS EPISODE: Allison's Personal Story: Part I: https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/ep2/ Part II: https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/ep3/ Part III: https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/ep4/ Part IV: https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/ep5/ Allison's Written Story: https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/about/allison-schaaf/ MISCARRIAGE HOPE DESK RESOURCES-Miscarriage Hope Desk aims to help women struggling miscarriage, pregnancy loss and recurrent miscarriages (RPL), by providing the following resources- Pregnancy After Loss program- Pregnancy After Loss - https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/pal Library of Articles, found here- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/understanding-why Instagram Community- https://instagram.com/miscarriagehopedesk Facebook Community- https://www.facebook.com/groups/1617075958466247/ Free Miscarriage Lab Checklist- https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/labs Free Weekly Newsletter- http://miscarriagehopedesk.com/newsletter FREE MEAL PLANS Do you need help getting healthy, tasty meals on the table? Check out our sponsor Prep Dish, PrepDish.com/mhd to get 2 weeks FREE! SHOW NOTES-https://miscarriagehopedesk.com/podcast/ Get a FREE Miscarriage Lab Testing Checklist-MiscarriageHopeDesk.com/labs
Nostalgia Talk: Episode 07 - Public Library Nostalgia talk is an occasional podcast where Jarrod Alberich, The Yard Sale Artist, shares his memories of days gone by... This episode Jarrod reminisces about: The Public Library #NostalgiaTalk Find Jarrod on Twitter, Facebook, & Instagram: @YardSaleArtist Check out Jarrod's art: www.TheYardSaleArtist.com Let us know what you think! Leave a comment by sending an email to: email@example.com This podcast is a member of the LONGBOX CRUSADE NETWORK: Visit the WEBSITE: http://www.longboxcrusade.com/ LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/longboxcrusade Follow on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LongboxCrusade Follow on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/longboxcrusade Like the FACEBOOK page: https://www.facebook.com/LongboxCrusade Subscribe to the YOUTUBE Channel: https://goo.gl/4Lkhov Subscribe on APPLE PODCASTS at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-longboxcrusade/id1118783510?mt=2 Thank you for listening and we hope you have enjoyed this episode of Nostalgia Talk! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/longbox-crusade/message
The Marvel of My OrDiNaRy Life!
Somethings sound so much worse than they really are... there is always a first.I maybe called this Episode #94 in the podcast... opps... it's only #93! Thank you for listening!! (For Apple Play Listeners at your request here is how to choose the order that your episodes play:When you follow a podcast, you can play episodes in order, beginning with the newest or oldest episode.1. Open the Podcasts app.2. On your iPhone, go to the Library tab, then tap Shows. On your iPad, go to Library in the sidebar and tap Shows.3. Tap the show to see its information page.4. Tap the More button in the top-right corner, then tap Settings. 5. 5. Tap Oldest to newest or newest to oldest) If you have something you want to tell me email me:firstname.lastname@example.org ALL episodes:https://themarvelofmyordinarylife.buzzsprout.comThank you to: Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/ andZapsplat: https://www.zapsplat.com/for all the kookie and real sound effects and spot on music choices too!
These Join us every week as Patty Wilson & Scott Cowarttalk passionately about the ever-changing real estate market!It's House Talk with a Happy Ending!Darby Tish, the sister of our executive producer and former board member of the Leon county Friends of the Library, joins us Darby came into the playhouse to chat with the us about Leroy Collins Leon county library and the "Library of Things". Leon County Library So much is happening, yoga, learning English, helping you fill out the information to obtain services, BORROW A KAYAK! So much is happening at the Library! www.jointhebrokerage.com - get your license with the US! Patty has partnered with Moseley Real Estate and offers real estate courses in person! Are you ready for your Florida Brokers license? We offer pre-licensing for Brokers!Executive Producer:Greg Tish Music by: 9-5 - Dolly PartonCreep - Live - Kelly ClarksonFoolish Games - Feat Kelly Clarkson - Jewel, Kelly ClarksonSince U Been Gone - Kelly ClarksonLuka - Suzanne VegaLovefool - The CardigansMMM MMM MMM MMM - Crash Test Dummies Good Day - Nappy Roots Get bonus content on Patreon Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/pattysplayhouse https://plus.acast.com/s/pattysplayhouse. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong
Unlocked after one year for patrons only: One moonlit night in 1853, an Iraqi excavator named Hormuzd Rassam and his team snuck into the hills outside of Mosul and began to uncover the massive palace of the last ancient Assyrian emperor, Ashurbanipal. Inside the palace was the largest trove of surviving documents from the ancient world that has ever been found. The massive library of over 30,000 tablets illuminated what had been the most mysterious empire of the Iron Age, brought to light the ancient masterpiece of the Epic of Gilgamesh, and provided the first window into the lost Near Eastern mythology that influenced the Biblical book of Genesis. While the discovery provided the greatest triumph of British imperial antiquarianism, in recent times Saddam Hussein and other Arab nationalists have attempted to reclaim its legacy by building a modern Library of Ashurbanipal. Suggested further reading: Damrosch, "The Buried Book." Image: relief sculpture showing Ashurbanipal slaying a lion with a writing stylus tucked into his belt Please become a patron to support this podcast, and to hear all patron-only lectures as soon as they are posted, including the latest, "Myth of the Month 22: Culture" -- https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632
Nintendo Power Cast - Nintendo Podcast
Get the latest scoop on Nintendo's updates! Pokémon HOME prepares for Scarlet and Violet support, the Pokémon franchise celebrates a software sales milestone, and Nintendo Switch Online's GBA library welcomes three Super Mario games. Podcast Resources https://stan.store/N64Josh For ad-free episodes subscribe here. https://anchor.fm/nintendo-power-cast/subscribe The unofficial and unauthorized History of Mario Kart https://n64josh.com/historyofmariokart Johniibo https://twitter.com/johniibo Crawlr https://twitter.com/Nightcrawlr724 CheezyC64 https://twitter.com/cheezyc64 Connect with me My Nintendo Switch Recommendations: http://n64josh.com/amazon Discord: http://n64josh.com/discord Twitch: https://twitch.com/n64josh Tiktok: https://tiktok.com/n64josh Twitter: https://twitter.com/n64josh Instagram: https://instagram.com/n64josh Facebook: https://facebook.com/n64josh Website https://n64josh.com
School Librarians United with Amy Hermon
Carrie Friday shares strategies for creating a space her entire school community LOVES. Thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you've heard today. Literati Book Fairs: Schedule your first Literati book fair by July 31 for Fall 2023. Use the code UNITED to receive a $500 Titlewave gift card Capstone *use UNITED for $20 off $100 or more on print and ebooks Editable PD Certificate FAQ's and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs SLU Playlists APA format for citing a podcast/podcast app Carrie Friday Twitter: @carriefriday HS 5 Year Plan Webinar presentation: Library Love E151 Purchasing Power E169 Passive Programming
Emma and Joe share a big list of books they're most excited about for June. They also chat about vacation, book mail, the cultural impact of "Juno," fake dating, barn moms, and what types of books they like to read the most during the summer season. Emma's Picks: The Five-Star Weekend by Elin Hilderbrand Unfortunately, Yours by Tessa Bailey Love, Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood The Whispers by Ashley Audrain My Murder by Katie Williams Girls and Their Horses by Eliza Jane Brazier Everything's Fine by Cecillia Rabess You're Not Supposed to Die Tonight by Kalynn Bayron Sing Me to Sleep by Gabi Burton She Started It by Sian Gilbert Joe's Picks: Pageboy by Elliot Page The Wind Knows My Name by Isabel Allende The Grimoire of Grave Fates by Hanna Alkaf Where Echoes Die by Courtney Gould The Dos and Donuts of Love by Adiba Jaigirdar Have You Seen Her by Catherine McKenzie 100 Places to See After You Die by Ken Jennings Saint Juniper's Folly by Alex Crespo The Warning by Kristy Acevedo The Library of Broken Worlds by Alaya Dawn Johnson The Only One Left by Riley Sager Other books mentioned: Walking with Sam by Andrew McCarthy Brat by Andrew McCarthy Readers can sample and borrow the titles mentioned in today's episode on OverDrive.com or in Libby. Library friends can shop these titles in OverDrive Marketplace here. We hope you enjoy this episode of the Professional Book Nerds podcast. Be sure to rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! You can follow the Professional Book Nerds on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok @ProBookNerds. Want to reach out? Send an email to email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Carole answers common questions in this episode with Rachel Winchester. You'll hear about how to navigate the public library, tips on homeschooling an only child, and a little pep talk on what it takes to homeschool. Hint: you've got what it takes! Click HERE to learn more about consulting with Carole. You can view her availability and book an appointment on our website. Click HERE to learn more about upcoming seminars and webinars!Support the showHelp us share the message of homeschool made simple with others by leaving a rating and review. Thank you for helping us get the word out!Follow along on Instagram here!Visit our website to sign up to receive an exclusive discount for your first purchase in our online store!
Macy recounters her strange trip to Sri Lanka with Mr. Beast, and then the gals explore a strange library Theda discovered underneath the studio, staffed by mysterious hooded strangers. One by one, they pull down the classics of world literature only to discover the book's contents have been replaced by a mysterious phrase..."Dua Lipa..." What could it mean? And how can they escape before it's too late?
Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/452 Presented By: Mavrk Fly Fishing, Trxstle, Angler's Coffee, BearVault Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors James Thull from Montana State University talks about what they have going at MSU Library, home of the world's largest collection of books on trout and salmon. We talk about the rich history and culture of angling through MSU's extensive book collection and over 370 interviews with anglers from around the world. James also highlights some of the notable interviews, including the ones with Bud Lilly and AK Best, as well as his experience interviewing Lefty Kreh at his house and fishing with Jeremy Wade from River Monsters. We discover the challenges James faced while traveling to different countries to conduct interviews and MSU's mission to preserve the global history, culture, and legacy of angling. Show Notes with James Thull 03:30 - They have the world's largest collection of books on trout and salmon at MSU. This collection was started by Bruce Mordan and Bud Lilly. 04:29 - Bud told James a story of an old gentleman he took fishing who landed his last fish and then died a few weeks later. 06:45 - You can head over to wetflyswing.com/msu to check out their trout, salmon, and angler history collection. They have done around 370 interview videos with anglers from around 65 to 70 countries. 19:30 - Someone donated a book signed by Isaac Walton to MSU Library. 23:30 - They collaborated with the American Museum of Fly Fishing on a project to digitize old cassette tapes. 27:05 - James recommends checking out the interviews they've done with Bud Lilly. Also the interview with AK Best. He also mentioned some of the notable ones including Lefty Kreh. 32:05 - James interviewed Lefty Kreh at Lefty's house. Lefty showed him his museum of personal artifacts. James saw a picture of Lefty with Fidel Castro and Ernest Hemmingway standing together with rods in their hand. (Unfortunately, we couldn't find this picture on Google) 37:00 - James talks about the tips Bud shared with him: The fish don't know whether you're using a $900 rod or a $90 rod. For the most part, fish strike for 2 reasons - they're hungry or they're pissed. 44:00 - James talks about going to different countries in Africa and Asia to conduct interviews. We hear about the challenges he faced along the way. 59:40 - We had Henry Winkler on the podcast in episode 334. We noted his book, I've Never Met an Idiot on the River. 1:00:40 - James talks about fishing and hanging out with Jeremy Wade from River Monsters. 1:04:30 - Their mission at MSU is to preserve the global history and culture of angling. 1:05:00 - James talks about their upcoming to Belize this fall to teach people about using archives on angling and history. 1:06:30 - We had John Gierach on the podcast for the 2nd time at WFS 434. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/452
Keeping adult explicit material out of children's libraries is common sense, not cancel culture.
In episode 1485, Jack and Miles are joined by writer, investigative journalist, and the host of Drilled, Amy Westervelt, to discuss… We Are About To Cross The Dreaded 1.5C Threshold Of Global Warming, Kirk Cameron is Fighting a War Against Vicious Librarians and more! We Are About To Cross The Dreaded 1.5C Threshold Of Global Warming Kirk Cameron is Fighting a War Against Vicious Librarians A Conservative Publisher Wants to Be the Answer to Liberal Children's Books. There's Just One Problem. Kirk Cameron is promoting his new children's book by protesting against other children's books — and CRT and drag queens and librarians Public libraries aren't censoring Kirk Cameron. He just wants attention. Here's what happens when Kirk Cameron, Jack Posobiec, Sean Spicer, and Libs of TikTok read to children LISTEN: Mongkok Madness (feat. Henry Wu) by JianboSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.