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The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast
Making Small Business Personal and Successful

The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 28:58


Amanda Parker, President and Owner, Collective Alternative (Indianapolis, IN)   Amanda Parker is President and Owner at Collective Alternative, a full-service agency that focuses on growing small, mostly local businesses. She started her agency 14 years ago to bring together her background in strategy and development, experience as the Vice President of Marketing for a homebuilder, and passion for Mom-and-Pops, new home construction, and small, home-service businesses. Typical agency clients might include a local plumber trying to compete with bigger plumbing competition. In this interview, Amanda explains there are a number of differences for successfully working with small businesses as opposed to mega-brand clients. Marketers typically work fast. With small businesses, she has found that it is important to slow down, communicate with the client, and let them know what the agency is trying to accomplish, the end goal/objective, and the benefit of the end goal. They require a lot more “hand-holding” through the process, she explains, and they can't “afford to waste a single dollar.” Amanda feels it is also critical to “protect” these smaller clients, to watch both the market and the economy. She also believes an “it's just business” approach does not work. Larger companies have the resources and resilience to “experiment” with marketing strategies. With smaller companies, errors bleed through to the bottom line and can affect an organization's survival. With smaller companies,  It is so personal. It doesn't get any more personal for a small business owner. They have sunk everything into it. They're working 12-16 hour days. All they want to do is provide for their family, send their daughter to dance class, send their kid to college, whatever it is. It's personal. Amanda says she is quite cognizant of her personal weaknesses. In building her agency, she focuses on hiring people who can bring complementary strengths, identifies potential areas of growth, supports continuing education efforts, and brings in experts to help her team “accelerate” their careers. Some of the agency's local clients go national. One client they are currently working with provides rehabilitative and mental health care for first responders (fire and police). The client will soon launch a national first responder mental health platform called Shield, which excites Amanda because it facilitates open discussions of mental health. Amanda can be reached on her agency's website at: collectivealternative.com or thecaway.com, or by email at: amanda@thecaway.com. Transcript Follows: ROB: Welcome to the Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast. I'm your host, Rob Kischuk, and I'm joined today by Amanda Parker, President and Owner at Collective Alternative based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Welcome to the podcast, Amanda. AMANDA: Thank you. Thank you for having me. Very excited to be here. ROB: Absolutely. Great to have you here. Why don't you start off by telling us about Collective Alternative, and what distinguishes the firm? What is your superpower? AMANDA: Oh, our superpower. Our firm is unique in we focus on small business. My background with agencies and things like that, I was on the larger accounts, but I really fell in love with the mom n' pops, the small businesses of the country, and wanted to give them an opportunity to compete and gain some market share. So, we really focus on those mom n' pop businesses. I love home services. When I did work on the client-side, I was the Vice President of Marketing for a homebuilder, and I fell in love with it. It got in my blood. So, we love home services and new home construction and all of that. But I just love my small business clients and to see their growth. It's just amazing. ROB: That's excellent. Those businesses, you say small; are they largely local? Are some of them national in scope? Is it heavy into services? Are you helping the local plumber go up against the big guys, or what are the industry specialties? AMANDA: The majority of our clients are local. We are definitely helping that local plumber go up against the big guys. Even the bigger guy in the area, right? Which I just love. But we do have some clients that are national, or they've started local and they've grown nationally. We have one client that started here in Indiana, and they provide rehabilitative care, mental health care, all of that kind of thing for first responders – for fire and police. And they are growing on a national scale, especially with a new product they're taking to market this month. So, it's really cool to see that growth and be a part of it. ROB: That's really exciting to be able to help with that. What is it that you think changed as the firm grows that makes it maybe a different firm specialty? How do you define small as in small business, and what is it that really makes the scope of what they need a great fit for you? AMANDA: My background is strategy and development, so I really focused on when you're a small business, you cannot afford to waste a single dollar. I really focus on the strategy behind everything that we do. We don't throw things at the wall to see what sticks. We are very focused, hone in on – we may do some A/B testing, but for the most part it's planned out. We know what the payoff is going to be. We know we're going to deliver the right ROI for our clients, and we really focus in on that strategy to make sure that every dollar they give to us is working for them and paying off. ROB: There's definitely a certain pressure. They don't have a lot of extra dollars for experimental budgets when you're talking about a small business. And I can imagine there's probably a range of services you can engage in. How far across the range are you going? You can do anything from SEO, you can do SEM, you can do paid organic social, you can do media, TV, billboards, out-of-home. How far does the rabbit hole go with these clients? AMANDA: We're actually a full-service firm, so we do everything that they need. One issue that I always heard from my small business clients was they felt like they had to repeat their initiatives over and over again to a number of different marketing partners. At one point they're talking to a PR person; then they're talking to a digital firm; then they're talking to an SEO firm. It was just all over the place, and they never felt like they had the unity, so they couldn't tell if their dollars were really working for them or not. I brought all of those different expertises in-house with different people leading those different areas, and now everything is under one roof and we all collaborate and talk together. So, they don't have to repeat and they can really see the benefit of it. ROB: Some services, it's pretty straightforward; you can show somebody “You're a plumber, we ran this ad, we tracked the phone numbers, here's your calls.” Maybe if they're really detailed, they can see what they got from that. How do you look at something that can be a little bit of a longer term investment? Let's say you're looking at – whether it's an awareness campaign on a digital billboard, whether it's maybe something where the outcome – sometimes it's not 100% certain how well you can do in SEO and what keywords you can optimize for. How do you think about helping them through that process of investing over time? The outcome is a little bit unknown, but directionally, you know because it rhymes with plenty of other clients that you've seen. AMANDA: I think it's more a matter of educating them and almost holding their hand through the process so they understand what it is that we're trying to accomplish, they know what the end goal or objective is, and they know what the benefit of that end goal is. A lot of times as marketers, I feel like we go so fast – and we know it, and we know the acronyms and everything else, so we just keep going and going and going, and we don't slow down enough to communicate to the client and let them know, “Okay, here's what this means for you, and here's why I'm doing it, and here's what I'm hoping to see out of it or I expect to see out of it, and here's what that means.” So just really overcommunicating that. ROB: Got it. I can certainly see that. And then there's I think also a challenge, then, of equipping more and more of your team to walk clients on that journey. How do you help give your team the playbook that is needed so that – you can't hold everybody's hand anymore, right? AMANDA: I can't. But I want to. [laughs] ROB: [laughs] All these nice little small businesses. They need somebody to hang out with them and help them and hug them, yes. AMANDA: Yes. I so want to, but I can't. So, it's really making sure that my team understands our culture, understands our mission. And if they do and they believe in it and they buy into it, then I know that they will continue to communicate that and advocate for the client. And that's what I've seen. It really comes down to educating the team on what our mission is and then making sure that they believe it in their soul and then get out there and do it. ROB: Excellent. You mentioned a little bit of your past life and some of the work you'd done for clients before, but that's still a long distance from actually starting your own agency. So, what was it that pushed you across that boundary and led you to start your own firm? AMANDA: I constantly heard that I was too vested in my clients and that “it's not personal, it's just business.” That kept me up at night. I struggled with that so much because, for a small business, you'd better believe it's personal. It is so personal. It doesn't get any more personal for a small business owner. They have sunk everything into it. They're working 12-16 hour days. All they want to do is provide for their family, send their daughter to dance class, send their kid to college, whatever it is. It's personal. I could not get that to settle with my soul, so I remember coming home one day and I told my husband, “Yeah, I'm done. I'm going to do this on my own and I'm going to make it personal.” And our tagline is “Making business personal.” He was like, “Okay, girl, go for it.” And that was 14 years ago. ROB: Wow, so 14 years. What have been some of the step functions, the inflection points on the journey? Whether it's key hires, whether it's service areas, whether it's a certain degree of scale or things that you don't do anymore that you used to, what have been some of those key points in the business? AMANDA: I feel like I have had this rollercoaster journey as a business owner. I'm sure a lot of business owners feel that way, but I have made some doozy mistakes where you hire the wrong person and they don't buy into the mission, but you just liked them so much, or you felt they had such potential but they don't want to realize it. I don't know. So, some bad hires along the way. But I've had some really great hires. I created a leadership team around me of some magnificent, magnificently talented people, and they are just incredible. I am so blessed to have them. As you know, this industry changes on a dime. Today it's one thing, tomorrow it's another. You have to stay up on that. So, making sure that we hire people who want to change with that and want to realize what's new – I mean, five years ago what was TikTok? Come on. It's just really making sure that we're staying on top of things, that we know what's coming, that we're watching the market, we're watching the economy. We have to protect our clients in ways that other firms don't. ROB: Have you found some local business clients for whom TikTok makes good sense and resonates well? What have you seen there? AMANDA: It's funny; because they're home services – and I will say, in Indiana compared to maybe where you are or California, we seem to be a little bit behind some of the coasts. Several of my clients, their big thing this year was getting on Instagram. It is what it is. And now I'm trying to talk to them about influencers and “let's get in with an influencer, let's do an influencer campaign.” It's harder for them to understand what that is or see the benefit of that, but they're coming around. We're doing some cool experimental things for them to see what that looks like. I know it's their trust in me that's pushing that, which I appreciate beyond words. But they're getting there. [laughs] That's all I can say. ROB: Sure. And I wonder also, not so much even for anything to reflect on you or your clients, but also as I think about the intersection of the businesses that you work with, simply put, the TikTok feed is not really optimized for local. That's not an axis that it tends to revolve around, so I could see it being a tricky investment just from that part alone. The dynamic isn't getting followed. The dynamic is showing up in the algorithmic feed and blowing up there. And TikTok would rather have somebody telling a joke or doing a dance or falling on their face or cute animals than “Here's how you prepare for freezing your pipes in the winter, and here's my dance for doing that.” It's a different thing. AMANDA: [laughs] Yep, exactly. ROB: You mentioned, and I'll pull on it a little bit – we don't always get a chance to talk through the thinking that goes into exec team, who's on that boat, what roles, what structure. How have you evolved and emerged and thought about this executive team around you and who's on it? AMANDA: I think pretty uniquely in the fact that I have tried to be very self-aware of my weaknesses. My skillset does not include design. It does not include website creation or even brand management, for that matter. So, I knew early on I need very strong people with me on that side that can see the strategy in that and really support me there. So having a creative director, a VP of Creative, was really important. She was my first hire, and she is still with me today. I have a designer that has been with me for 12 years. It's treating them like family, but filling in where I know that I am weak and I need to surround myself with strong talent. I think that has been so beneficial for me because then we've grown together. We can collaborate together, and together we do some really amazing things. ROB: It's interesting when you have someone involved who excels in an area that you need them. You need them to be stronger there. How do you think about continuing to develop those team members in areas where you're not more of an expert? There are places where you have your expertise and it's your job to equip and cast vision, and then there's stuff that you don't know how to do, and that's why people are there. How do you help your team grow with the firm? AMANDA: They still want to grow. They want to accelerate their career, they want to learn other things. We do a lot of training. We do a lot of bringing experts in. If they want to go to a conference or something like that, all of that is on the table. We do a lot of sharing newsletters, articles, videos. We do a lot of that back and forth so we all have that knowledge base, but they're still learning. And then it's constantly giving them a challenge. “Here's an area of growth that I see,” and getting them to realize that, see that, and then jump in and participate in it. ROB: It's always an interesting challenge, especially when you get outside of your wheelhouse a little bit, so I do appreciate that thinking. As you reflect on the journey of the firm, Amanda, what are some things you think about? What have you learned along the way? What would you go back and tell yourself “Don't do that, do it this way” if you could? Reflect on those things you might've done differently if you were starting from zero. AMANDA: Oh, my goodness, that list is lengthy. There have been a couple times that we were primed to grow, we knew we needed help – this is where I learned this lesson – and instead of hiring for culture or fit that way, we hired doers that could just support the work and do the work. It just didn't work out. It was a huge influx of people all of a sudden that we weren't ready for. We didn't train them appropriately. We did not set them up for success. That was a big lesson for me to learn, that I had hired the wrong way. I always try to leave people better than I found them, and I know those people I did not set up for success, and that was really tough for me. It was tough for me to get over that and move on to, “Okay, I had perhaps a negative impact on their life. I still need to take care of my clients and continue to build, so I need to reset. What does that look like so I don't do that again?” That's tough. It's tough as a business owner to know that you have that kind of impact. ROB: Yeah. But it's personal. You said it from the start. That part of the business is personal for you as well, so it's consistent. It pulls through. Even the wrong decisions aren't just like, “Oh, forget that person, they should've known better.” You see that in business, and some people operate that way, and that's personal. That gets taken very differently, personally. It's a different lane. AMANDA: It really does. It's kept me up at night. And then there's those things that if I could go back and tell this person “I'm sorry, I didn't know what I should have known” or “I hadn't learned that lesson” – you want to, and then at the same time, you're the boss, so you're always going to be the bad guy. [laughs] I mean, where's the line, right? ROB: Yep. We're in an interesting spot, an interesting turning point. We're coming into the summer of 2022. Everybody's done their different versions of office and no office, “how is my team structured, where is my team?” How are you thinking about the location and gathering of your team in-person as we're going through 2022? AMANDA: That's funny. When COVID came – and that was another lesson in and of itself – but when COVID came on, I was watching the news. I sent all my team home early. Before the mandate even rolled out, I had sent them to work from home. In the middle of May, my leadership team called me and said, “We're going back to the office with or without you.” And that was May of 2020. I was like, “Um, there's still a mandate.” I'm trying to talk through it, and they're like, “No. We need to collaborate. This is what we do for our clients. We're going back to the office June 1. You do whatever you need to do to make sure that happens, but we're going back to the office.” It just so happened to roll with the timeline; they had lifted some restrictions at that point, so we could. And we've been in the office since June 1st of 2020. We've been very fortunate with – we try to stay healthy. If somebody's sick, stay home, that kind of thing. But yeah, they want to be here. They want to collaborate. So that's where we are. ROB: It sounds like you didn't have to pull them into it. Did you have anybody who tried to move somewhere or tried to go remote first? Or that just wasn't your lane? AMANDA: We did lose two people. One person had to move to Texas to take care of her family, and then another person was just not comfortable coming into the office and she actually quit. That was unfortunate, because we liked both of them, but this is where we do our best work, and we have to perform for those clients. ROB: I'm sure you've had to, whether it was those folks and you had to backfill them or new roles you've had to hire – have you found that there are people who are ready to be in an office? That's a lane you've chosen and they're like, “These are my people, I want to be in an office too”? How are you seeing this from a recruiting advantage perspective? AMANDA: That's funny; I was just on an interview yesterday and she said she's worked from home since 2018, and she wants back in an office so bad that she's changed her career path and is moving over to marketing so she can go back in an office. It's out there. People want to be back to work. They want to be back in an office. I think you have a mix. There are still some people that are enjoying the work remote. But for the most part, I've seen, and we've heard in our interviews, people are ready. They are ready to come back in. ROB: I think a lot of people really want clarity, too. They want to know what the plan is instead of being in permanent limbo. You see some of the tech companies are back and forth, and people don't quite know. There's people who moved to Idaho from Silicon Valley. They're building a house there. They're not going back. AMANDA: Yeah, exactly. ROB: But where you're in limbo or it's like now you're going back – infamously, this past week, a VP of I think machine learning at Apple just said, “No, I'm not coming back to the office. I don't want to do that. I will take a job somewhere else.” Now, them announcing that loudly is probably a good way to get some recruiting calls as well. But I think people want to know, and when it shifts, I think that's when the moment of truth happens. We have hired all over the place, so we can't put the genie back in the bottle. We did most of our growth during COVID. We've found ourselves in making a different choice. But our choice is still that we're going to get together several times a year in a different place, and we're still going to get on planes and spend time with sufficiently large clients. I think people still kind of know that. They want to be in a lane where they value getting together sometimes, but they want to be at home. I think the clarity of letting people know, as well as the proof – people can see the proof. They can see the proof on your LinkedIn. Where are your people? If all of your people are in one place, they're going to take that message. If people are all over the place, they're going to feel safe being somewhere else. We just hired somebody in Canada, which is a whole other interesting thing. We'll enjoy getting to know her. AMANDA: I love the fact that remote opens up so much opportunity for people, and they can change to a different company or they can change to a different career path or whatever. I think that is perfect. But my team loves being together, loves to collaborate together. It's the culture we've built, so we're all here in Indiana and going to stay put. ROB: I'm glad it's working for you. As you're looking forward to the future of marketing, the future of services you provide, the future of your clients, what's coming up for Collective Alternative that you're excited about, for clients, for the overall trends in marketing in general? AMANDA: That's a great question. We have right now – and I mentioned it a little bit earlier – one client that is launching a new platform. It's called Shield, and it is a mental health platform for first responders, police and fire. I love the fact that we get to be very real and talk about how challenging their job is and how they do have those same needs that other people do. We get to talk about mental health openly. It's so taboo, especially in that field, so if we can start to penetrate that and really start to show that even anonymously, they can take these assessments and see where they're at, gauge what is going on, and they can self-assess – then maybe that helps them, or maybe that tells them, “Oh, I do drink a little bit too much. Maybe I should reach out and get some help with that.” Or “Maybe I should cut that.” Whatever it is so that they can be healthier, be better, and be better representatives of the community. So, it still has that community tie, but it's on a national scale. I'm really excited about that. As far as trends, like I mentioned, the influencer thing. We've got a couple influencer campaigns going on, one with a remodeling client of ours. He's all for it, so we're talking about lifestyle and remodeling trends, and it's been a lot of fun. Just doing some of those things to really set our clients apart and speak more to who they are and showcase that – I love it. I love it every day. ROB: That's exciting. There's a lot of good things coming up. I think it's a really opportune time to engage people in some change that they're seeking in their lives. I think people have realized – kind of like where they choose to work. They're in whatever rut they've been in, but there's some energy to do something different as other parts of their lives change. That's very exciting and very timely. Amanda, when people want to find and connect with you, with Collective Alternative, where should they go to track you down? AMANDA: They can visit our website, collectivealternative.com, or thecaway.com, or they can reach out by email, amanda@thecaway.com. Give me a call, you name it. There's a number of ways; you can find me all over the web. ROB: There it is. Excellent. And you can find you in your office as well. AMANDA: Right. ROB: [laughs] Thank you so much, Amanda. It's been good to learn about you, to learn about Collective Alternative. Thank you for sharing your story and your journey with the audience. Really appreciate it. AMANDA: Thank you for having me. It was so fun. ROB: Thank you. Take care. Thank you for listening. The Marketing Agency Leadership Podcast is presented by Converge. Converge helps digital marketing agencies and brands automate their reporting so they can be more profitable, accurate, and responsive. To learn more about how Converge can automate your marketing reporting, email info@convergehq.com, or visit us on the web at convergehq.com.

Aquí, amb Josep Cuní
SECCIÓ Jordi Sargatal: El suïcidi dels pops i el problema de les colònies de gats

Aquí, amb Josep Cuní

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 14:48


Millionaire Mindcast
The Cypto Bubble Pops, GSP Forecasts, And The RE Bears Are Coming | WBW

Millionaire Mindcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 72:55


In this episode of Millionaire Mindcast, the dynamic duo is back. Matty A and Ryan Breedwell jump into this past week's updates on world news, real estate, and market updates. The woke factor, YTD market returns, and the institutional vs retail investors. This and more on today's episode. So tune in and enjoy!  Enter giveaway @ Go.MillionaireMindcast.com Text us at @ 844.447.1555 Episode Sponsored By: TheRichLifeStore.com Questions? Comments? Do you have a success story you would like to share on the show? Send us an email to Questions@MillionaireMindcast.com

WDR 5 Scala - Hintergrund Kultur
Joachim Hentschel über Pop und Politik

WDR 5 Scala - Hintergrund Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 11:52


Udo Lindenberg und Peter Maffay traten Ende der 1980er Jahre im Osten auf, die Ost-Bands City und Puhdys im Westen. In seinem Buch "Dann sind wir Helden" beschreibt Joachim Hentschel, wie groß der Einfluss des Pops auf die Politik war. Von Joachim Hentschel.

Hörspiel
3/5: «La Boutique» von Francis Durbridge

Hörspiel

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:12


Ein zweiter Mordanschlag in der Familie erschüttert Inspektor Robert Bristol. Besteht ein Zusammenhang zum Mord an seinem Bruder Lewis? Und wer ist diese mysteriöse Virginia, in die sich der Ermordete unsterblich verliebt hatte und die jetzt mit dem Millionär Rolf Winter verheiratet ist? Nach einem Angriff auf den Popsänger Barry Nelson, bei dem der Sänger üble Verletzungen davon getragen hat, findet die Polizei bei ihm einen identischen Gürtel, wie er schon bei dem ermordeten Lewis Bristol gefunden wurde. Eve, die Ex-Frau des ermordeten Schlagerkomponisten Lewis Bristol, bittet dessen Bruder, Inspektor Robert Bristol, unverzüglich in ihre Wohnung zu kommen. Als er da eintrifft, scheint niemand zu Hause zu sein. Im Innern der Wohnung spielt jedoch ein Radio. Mit: René Deltgen (Robert Bristol, Chefinspektor Scotland Yard), Hans-Helmut Dickow (Inspektor Eric Daly), Gerti Wiedner (Sekretärin Hilda), Günter Erich Martsch (Sergeant Thornton), Maximilian Wolters (Komponist Lewis Bristol), Anne-Marie Blanc (Katherine Kaufmann), Max Bachmann (Freddy Kaufmann), Elmar Schulte (Rolf Winter), Sibylle Brunner (Virginia Allen), Jürgen Cziesla (Ed Donovan), Sigrid Hausmann (Betty Lane), Michael Arco (André Marquand), Gertrud von Bastineller (Mrs Webb), Maria-Magdalena Thiesing (Eve Bristol), Giovanni Früh (Mario), Helga Schoon (Pearl Mortimer), Adolph Spalinger (Carl March), Walter Bremer (Morgan, Concierge), Joachim Ernst (Dr. Undertown), Luzius Versell (Popsänger Hardy «Barry» Nelson), Hilde Ziegler (Elka Nelson), Gudrun Erfurth (Simone Duprez), Verena Leimbacher (Hotel-Telefonistin), Helga Lehner (Krankenschwester), Curt Eilers (Dr. Felston), Buddy Elias (Owen), Heinz Günther Kilian (Newton), Karlheinz Wüpper (Brian Wade) Musik: Hans Moeckel, Übersetzung - Bearbeitung und Regie: Hans Hausmann - Produktion: SRF 1968 - Dauer je Folge: 39' Das Hörspiel steht bis am 30. Juni 2023 zum Nachhören zur Verfügung.

Chicano-ish
E 96 You ugly B!@$

Chicano-ish

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 77:03


-Intro provided by Danny Esmart -Our father -Happy birthday you ugly bitch -Caught at work on ur phone -Pops don't like yogurt -pumped $5 of gas this weekend and 4$ today -Baby food shortage

Coach Class Podcast
Ep. 212 Fist to Forehead Flexin!

Coach Class Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 61:06


The coaches are back! Happy Mother's Day to the Moms (01:09). Shakur v. Loma predictions (07:17). *Spoiler Alert* The coaches hated the Moon Knight Series (17:43). Let Ja and Pops do their thing. They are not hurting anyone (41:57). Though he never sold a drug, Rich loves drug raps (53:10). WITH MUCH MORE!!! #RIPBigReese

Road Pops
Road Pops - Episode May 13, 2022

Road Pops

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022


Playlist: MODLEE - Soul UrgePierre Kwenders - No No NoFrazey Ford - U and MeTanika Charles - Million WaysJuanita Euka - Mboka MokoPhonosonics - Rocksteady HeavyweightsCitizen Sound - Love SomeoneThievery Corporation - Exilio (Rewound)Damian Jr Gong Marley - Welcome to JamrockNathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats - SurvivorThe Heavy - Miss CaliforniaFeist - When I was a Young GirlPortishead - StrangersHiatus Kaiyote, featuring Ki Pharoah basement edit - Red RoomDJ Greyboy, featuring Quantic Remix - GenevieveGalactic, featuring John Boutte - Dark waterRuby Velle & the Soulphonics - Call Out My NameSmoove & Turrell - You Don't KnowGuru, featuring Shelley Harland - Follow the SignsBossacucanova - Waldamiro PenaWar - Spill the WineDele Sosimi - Na My TurnBran Van 3000 - Super ModelZhane - HEY MR. D.J.Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings - This Land is Your LandDJ Nu-Mark, Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band - Everybody EverybodyLouis Prima - Bonasera

Carpe Fide
Ep 068 - Courage Vs. Conformity (with Pops!): Examining Bainbridge and Keller's Views On Political Engagement

Carpe Fide

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 88:47


They're back! Join Jesse, Justin and John (Pops!) as they dive in to two different articles with two different perspectives on tackling Christianity in politics. They start off taking a look at Reverend Steve Bainbridge's address to Justin Trudeau, then move to some recent comments Tim Keller made on Right/Left politics. Let's see what they get right (or wrong)! RESOURCESReverend Steve's letter to Justin TrudeauTim Keller's comments on Christians in politicsOur episode with John Cooper on Christian living in a Constitutional RepublicNEW SHIRT DROP!We are now offering a brand new shirt in the US and Canada shops! The Done Time shirt is designed by the faithful folks over at Trinity Bible Chapel in Waterloo, Ontario. The design features a prominent front design stating "Most of My Heroes Have Done Time". On the back contains a list of dozens of saints that have been imprisoned, including our friends Pastors James Coates and Tim Stephens. Head on over to carpefide.com/shop to grab yours today!SUPPORT THE LIBERTY COALITION CANADA!Grab one of our Hold the Line Shirts or Hoodies to support Liberty Coalition Canada as they cover the Ottawa protests and seek to glorify God in all things. No one likes fake news, so lets support our brothers and sisters on the front lines!US & Canada Store: carpefide.com/shopCREDITSAudio Post Production by Jaeger WincklerJaeger is a high school senior who enjoys writing, theology, audio editing, and music. He has many projects underway, including, but by no means limited to, writing a book, composing musical accompaniments to some of Tennyson's poems, and saving up for college at New Saint Andrews in Moscow, Idaho. You can read more about him and his thoughts at jaegerwinckler.com.

Steeping Together
S2 E8- Mini Episode: How to Make Iced Tea, Lattes & Tea Pops

Steeping Together

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 24:20


Want to sip outside the box? This episode's for you! We're exploring all the different ways to make a cup with Freedom, our Social Media Lead and resident rule-breaker. For a complete transcript of this episode visit davidstea.comTo shop our website and discover your next favourite tea click here. About the Guest: Freedom TaylorMeet Freedom! He first joined the DAVIDsTEA team back in 2011 with our Spring Collection starring a ton of seriously stellar hits like Goji Pop, Movie Night and Lime Gelato. If you happened to shop in our retail stores between 2011 and 2018, chances are you browsed displays designed by yours truly. This delightful human bleeds teal and can often be found drinking a huge mason jar of iced tea while writing jokes for DAVIDsTEA's social media accounts (that's his new gig and he like totally digs it). Obsessed with mixing teas together, nostalgic flavours, colourful iced teapops and experimenting with layered lattes, Free (FYI we call him Free because well, he embodies it oh so well) proves that tea rules are meant to be… adapted? PS. Freedom and the term “fun steeper” are pretty much synonymous because he's actual living proof that it's okay to think outside the cup. In fact, here at DAVIDsTEA, we encourage it.

Chuck Shute Podcast
Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (The Lickerish Quartet, ex Jellyfish)

Chuck Shute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:46


Roger Joseph Manning Jr. is an amazingly talented keyboardist, singer and songwriter.  He has released music with Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, his own solo career and most recently with two of his Jellyfish bandmates as The Lickerish Quartet.  He has also recorded and/or toured with Beck, Morrissey, Ringo Starr, P!nk, Blink 182, Roger Waters and many more.  In this episode we discuss why Jellyfish wasn't more well known, how the music business has changed, musical inspiration and more!  00:00 - Intro01:06 - Top of the Pops 02:15 - Lickerish Quartet 06:05 - Popularity of Rock Pop Music 08:15 - Working with Big Artists 10:05 - Jellyfish Vs. Pink Floyd 12:23 - Jellyfish & Radiohead 15:30 - Jellyfish & Seattle Bands 17:20 - End of Jellyfish 18:17 - Music Business Now Vs. Then 26:05 - Focus for Original Music & Session Work 29:55 - Recording Music 33:23 - Keytar 34:45 - Moog Cookbook & Daft Punk 37:10 - The Black Crowes & Tears for Fears 38:40 - Music & Film School at USC 42:38 - Indie Music & Films 43:45 - Doing Live Shows as Lickerish Quartet 48:01 - Pay Attention to Politics 49:15 - Outro Lickerish Quartet website:https://thelickerishquartet.comRegister to Vote:https://vote.govChuck Shute website:https://chuckshute.comSupport the show

Egg Meets Sperm
Barton Scott Tip #5

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 3:44


Daily tips from Barton Scott!   Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

Road Pops
Road Pops - Episode May 6, 2022

Road Pops

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022


Playlist: Pierre Kwenders, featuring Anaiis - HeartbeatQuantic & Nidia Góngora - Adorar la SangreJuanita Euka - BloodTanika Charles - FrustratedJazzanova - LoserPhonosonics - 21 ForeverFat Freddy's Drop - ShadyEve, Stephen Marley, Damien - No, No, NoToots & The Maytals, featuring w/ Shaggy & Rahzel - Bam BamBlack Pumas - Black Moon RisingXênia França - Preta YayáBette Smith - Fistful of DollarsBegonia - FearHiatus Kaiyote, featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow Remix - Get SunCharlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul - EsperantoZebra - GnosMr Scruff - Catch SoundBNC - Every Other NightNickodemus, featuring Boozoo Bajou Remix - The Spirits WithinJohn Mayall, featuring The Empire Fantastic Remix - The Time Has Surely ComebRavenous - FantasticParker Meridien - Looking out the Front DoorSly and the Family Stone - Family AffairBusty and the Bass - CloudsMiguel Migs - Don't Let Me DownThe Roots, featuring Blu, P.O.R.N. & Dice Raw - Radio DazePacha Massive - All Good Things

Supertalk Eagle Hour
Broadcasting From Ramey Motors in Purvis, The Voice Of The Monarchs, Ted Alexander Talks Weekend Series With Southern Miss & Former Baseball Player Trey Cuevas Pops In

Supertalk Eagle Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 41:22


Dedicated to Southern Miss sports! Weekdays 1 - 2 p.m. on select SuperTalk Mississippi stations. This show is a production of SuperTalk Mississippi Media. Learn more at SuperTalk.FM

Domestic Don
Pill Pops, Predator Heat, and Mouth Noises

Domestic Don

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 62:49


The Don takes you on a memory tour of 6th grade sex ed, analyzes the connection between opioids and Trader Joe's, and why Batman is so sad.  He continues to fight the good fight.  Listen up.  

88Nine: This Bites
Immy's African Cuisine and Flour Child gets a brick and mortar

88Nine: This Bites

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 15:41


Ann and Tarik talk about Immy's new spot, Flour Child also gets a brick and mortar, Pete's Pops is ready to rock and roll for the Summer, and Ann took in a film about the World Central Kitchen at this year's MKE Film Festival.

Egg Meets Sperm
Barton Scott Tip #4

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 2:29


Daily tips from Barton Scott!   Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

Alive and Kicking: The 90s Football Podcast
That end of season feeling

Alive and Kicking: The 90s Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 56:53


As the football season draws to a close, Ash Rose and landlord of the Football Tavern, Ed Chambers, cast their minds back to the end of season memories from our favourite decade. The boys chat through the dramas at both ends of the table and cover Blackburn's triumph, the greatest title race of all time, plus the great escapes of Everton, Coventry and Oldham. Plus, there's talk on pitch invasions, a little of what's going on in 2022 and where was Top of the Pops on Saturday night? Keep it 90s. Follow the team! Alive and Kicking @AK90S Ash Rose @AshRoseUK Ed Chambers @Tavernfootball

Egg Meets Sperm
Barton Scott Tip #3

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 1:52


Daily tips from Barton Scott!   Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

RightsUp
RightsUp Pops: Catherine Briddick on Equality and Off-Shoring

RightsUp

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:42


Vox pops on key human rights issues with human rights experts.

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
Low Competition Investing in Small to Midsize Mobile Home Parks with Charlotte Dunford

Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 36:54


Charlotte is a graduate of The Georgia Institute of Technology where she earned her B.S. in Business with a focus on business analytics and technology. Charlotte, along with her business partners, currently sponsors the repositioning of 25 value-add and turnaround mobile home parks.   [00:01 – 06:23] Opening Segment Get to know Charlotte Dunford 24 mobile home parks across 10 different states How an immigrant from China became passionate in real estate Investing through escaping competition From Zero to One     [06:24 – 12:57] Low Competition Investing in Small to Midsize Mobile Home Parks How to Make Small to Medium Home Parks Work Know how cap rates and the economy affect MHP Mom and Pops in the MHP Space There is no such thing as ‘no record' and sellers tend to inflate their books   [12:58 – 29:16] MHP Financing and Management Structuring a seller finance note for small and mid-size MHP homework Longer balloon times are part of the offer! Tenant-owned homes versus park-owned homes You have to be ready for your uniqueness On-site management of smaller MHP Charlotte's scaling plans and exit strategies   [29:17 – 37:53] Closing Segment Quick break for our sponsors The first step to growing your wealth is tracking your wealth, income spending and everything else about your finances, you can start tracking your wealth for free and get six free months of wealth advisor.  Learn more about Personal Capital at escapingwallstreet.com What is the best investment you've ever made other than your education? Learning about the American Society at 16 Charlotte's worst investment An experience in a single-family home What's the most important lesson you learned in business and investing? “It's a team sport.” Connect with Charlotte Dunford through https://www.johnscreekcapital.com/ and diversify your portfolio with mobile home parks. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self storage, medical facilities, hotels and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your own terms. Join our Passive Investor Club for access to passive commercial real estate investment opportunities. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes                     Tweetable Quotes: “The reason why small mobile home parks are attractive is because it is not as competitive.  That drives the prices lower and you are able to get a more attractive deal and getting the right deal is the most important thing.” – Charlotte Dunford “It's important to have a longer balloon time.” – Charlotte Dunford “There's always going to be competition so you have to create a monopoly.” – Charlotte Dunford  

Cheap Pops Radio
Cheap Pops Radio- Heresy

Cheap Pops Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 73:58


The crew of Cheap Pops discuss LOKO Wrestling and " The Session" and the Johnny DeppAmber Heard defamation trial.. The cops search Ryans house and Virginia tries to win back Thomas. The $20 Man goes "Maga" on wrestling promo marks. Will "The Real" Genghis Bong please stand up? Virginia "sh*ts" the bed!   Featuring Music By  NBHB Nick  ISO Indies Snake City  Middle and End  Staffon Carlen   #CheapPopsRadio #LokoWrestling #Heresy #MarkKillaz #Wrestling #Comedy #Spotify #Youtube 

Where Passion and Purpose Collide
Patti Rother, Ingrid Schneider, Olivia Dandapa - Frios Gourmet Pops

Where Passion and Purpose Collide

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 41:34


Frios Gourmet Pops is out to spread happiness throughout the world with their handmade frozen treats.   Listen in as Happiness Hustlers, Patti Rother, Ingrid Schneider and Olivia Dandapa discuss Frios ‘Give Back Culture' filled with creativity, inclusivity and diversity.   Three very different women brought together with a common theme. How has their passion spread amongst their equally diverse team? What is their recipe for spreading happiness to franchisees, customers and others?   President Patti Rother along with Chief Creative Officer Ingrid Schneider and Director of Pops Olivia Dandapa join Rebecca Monet and Tracy Kawa on this episode of The Franchise Woman podcast: Where Passion & Purpose Collide.  

Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast
UNTOUCHABLE - Jimmy Savile 3 hr 40 min documentary by Underground Films & Shaun Attwood Podcast 279

Shaun Attwood's True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 219:25


This new documentary for an online audience examines how one of Britain's most prolific offenders engineered his career and lifestyle to escape detection from the authorities for over sixty years. Over 4 years, this documentary was produced by Shaun Attwood with Underground Films. BRIGHT CELLARS 50% OFF: https://www.brightcellars.com/shaunat... HARRY'S SHAVER:  https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun TRUEBILL: https://www.truebill.com/shaun Get 50% OFF your first 6-bottle box https://www.brightcellars.com/shaunat... for a total of only $55 including shipping! Bright Cellars is the monthly wine club that matches you with wine that you'll love. Get started by taking the taste palate quiz to see your personalized matches. Make sure to support the podcast and give your own ‘shower shave' a go, by redeeming a free Harry's Trial Set. All you cover is £3.95 for delivery. Just head to https://www.harrys.com/en/gb/shaun to have your set delivered and start a Shave Plan. Your freebie will be added at checkout! Underground Films website: https://www.undergroundfilms.co.uk/ Watch UNTOUCHABLE full unedited documentary on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/savileunto... The Vimeo version includes option for David I's Savile contributions. UNTOUCHABLE Music by Michael Baugh https://www.michaelbaugh.co.uk UNTOUCHABLE includes: Kelly Gold (friend of Top of the Pops suicide victim) Mark Williams-Thomas (ex-cop) Christian Wolmer (author) Stephen French (author/activist) Matthew Steeples (author/activist) Mark Costeh Christopher Berry-Dee (author) Jason Farrell (senior political correspondent) Dr Sohom Das (psychiatrist) Alan Merritt (activist)

Egg Meets Sperm
Barton Scott Tip #2

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 2:02


Daily tips from Barton Scott!   Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 1 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:31


Part 1 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 2 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 37:55


Part 2 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 3 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:42


Part 3 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 4 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:54


Part 4 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 5 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 37:58


Part 5 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 6 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 38:38


Part 6 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thomas Paine Podcast
Part 7 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Her

Thomas Paine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 34:08


Part 7 -- Paine Fires Up The Flamethrower; Maria Albanese Pops In Dissect Today's Mayhem; We Focus on Kitchen-Table Finances to Prepare You for Financial Turbulence; Paine Mocks Experts & Declares We're Already In A Recession. PREPARE! Many Gems Here. Sign up for Hot Wire on Paine.tv and Get the Intel that's Too Hot For Anywhere Else on Paine.tv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

RightsUp
RightsUp Pops: Emilie McDonnell on the Nationality and Borders Bill

RightsUp

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 8:09


Vox pops on key human rights issues with human rights experts.

Egg Meets Sperm
Barton Scott Tip #1

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 2:44


Daily tips from Barton Scott!   Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

Accents d'Europe
Les métropoles se privatisent en Europe, au profit des plus privilégiés

Accents d'Europe

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 19:30


L'Europe, c'est le continent urbain par excellence : un Européen sur quatre vit dans une grande ville. Parallèlement, toutes les capitales et les grandes villes européennes font face à un phénomène de gentrification et de privatisation de l'espace public, au bénéfice des plus aisés.  À Londres, de plus en plus de rues et de quartiers appartiennent désormais à des compagnies privées, même si les Londoniens qui s'y aventurent ne s'en rendent pas compte. On appelle ça les POPS : les espaces publics privatisés. C'est un reportage de Marie Billon.  Rendez-vous à Stockholm La capitale de la Suède est aussi le berceau du groupe suédois le plus connu au monde, Abba. Alors quand des habitants de Stockholm accusent le parolier et pilier de Abba, Björn Ulvaeus, d'endommager un parc national et un bâtiment historique, en pleine ville, ça fait forcément du bruit. C'est un reportage de Frédéric Faux.  Quand la musique fait mal  Ces dernières semaines, une vidéo a fait le buzz dans les Balkans. Il s'agit d'un montage de 36 tubes balkaniques de ces 40 dernières années : 11 minutes 45 secondes de musique qui font mal. Cette vidéo titrée « Violences contre les femmes dans les chansons de chez nous », montre comment la pop banalise les discours masculinistes, Simon Rico.  L'Européen de la semaine : Robert Golob, en Slovénie  Ce libéral, nouveau venu en politique, s'est imposé lors des élections législatives du dimanche 24 avril 2022 face au Premier ministre sortant, Janez Jansa. Dans cette petite nation de 2 millions d'habitants issue de l'ex-Yougoslavie, entrée en 2004 dans l'Union européenne, les Slovènes se sont pressés aux urnes tout au long de la journée pour choisir leurs députés. Un scrutin à un tour, sur fond de fronde contre l'action du gouvernement, contestée depuis des mois dans la rue. À 55 ans, Robert Golob s'était présenté comme le candidat du changement, de la démocratie et de l'attachement à l'Union européenne. Son portrait est signé Daniel Vallot.  ► À lire aussi : La Slovénie va-t-elle tourner la page Janša?

The V Show w/Bob Valvano
The V Show with @espnVshow - Hour 2 - @Pat_Jaggers @NickyVESPN - 5/2/2022

The V Show w/Bob Valvano

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 50:17


Hour two of The V Show with Bobby V back in the saddle.  We read some texts, Bob has a new fav cricket team, and laments The Reds.  This transitions into a discussion between Pops and Pat involving money in college athletics, and the changing NIL landscape.  Bob wonders why somethings are arising as problems, and how again this is a reflection of silliness in the NCAA.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Egg Meets Sperm
The Missing Minerals

Egg Meets Sperm

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 34:21


Listen as we talked about How to use hair testing to gain valuable insights and which minerals correspond to which symptoms. Join us in an interview with a Biochemist and Founder of Upgraded Formulas, Barton Scott.    Barton Scott is a biochemist and founder. Barton is also a nutritionist and a researcher. And for the last 6 years, Barton has been the Founder and process developer behind Upgraded Formulas. He is passionate about helping people address the stressors of daily life, poor sleep, hormone issues, and low energy.   Follow Barton @askbarton @upgradedformulas on IG and Upgradedformulas on YouTube   Free gift to listeners: Head over to upgradedformulas.com for your free ebook - Pops up after a minute on the site. Follow me on: Instagram @holisticfertilitydoctor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrAumatmaNd Youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/HolisticFertilityExpert

Chicano-ish
E 94 Fill me up

Chicano-ish

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 66:41


Carlos Santana intro and a POP's Quiz -Buzz calls out Pops -Professional persona -Silk milk is gross for some reason -spurm in Pops milk -Are men and Women equal ,we talk about the differences https://www.instagram.com/chicano_ish/

Banned Biographies
Interview with Chris Constantinou (Rude GRL + CC, One Thousand Motels, The Dandy Warhols, ex-Adam Ant, JackieOnAssid, The Wolfmen)

Banned Biographies

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 102:26


On this special interview episode of the Banned Biographies podcast Tom Austin-Morgan talks to Chris Constantinou, who is probably better known to Adam Ant fan as Chris DeNiro - the bassist in Adam's post-Ants solo band. Chris has also played in The Wolfmen with Marco Pirroni, JackieOnAssid, and One Thousand Motels with Rat Scabies of The Damned which cover everything from blues to dance music. In between these he's also played on songs and albums with Annabella Lwin from Bow Wow Wow, Guy Chambers before he started his partnership with Robbie Williams, The Slits, Sinéad O'Connor, Daler Mehndi, Holy Holy, Brant Bjork & Sean Wheeler, Andreas Grega, Nerina Pallot and Earl Slick and Bernard Fowler. He also sometimes plays flute live with The Dandy Warhols. Currently, he is about the release a new mini-album called Femme Power with rapper, Jenna Dickens in a punk rap project called Rude GRL + CC. Femme Power will be available to stream and buy on the 6th of May 2022 and is released through Ingrooves (part of the Universal Music Group).  In June, they'll also be releasing a double A-side through Cleopatra Records, the tracks are I'm Good (mixed by Nick Hodgson of the Kaiser Chiefs) and the second track is a version of Adam Ant's Goody Two Shoes. So, keep your eyes peeled for those dropping. On top of all this he also has stories of playing on Top of the Pops, Live Aid, convincing Guy Chambers not to give up on a career in music, and recording in the Palm Desert scene with members of various bands including Masters of Reality, Queens of the Stone Age, etc and all the madness involved in that, supporting King Crimson and Hawkwind as a 13-year-old and so much more As you can see, Chris has lived a hell of a life and I feel like I only just scraped the surface. Hopefully, there'll be a follow up episode in the future. If you get a fraction of joy listening to our conversation as I did having it I'm sure you'll be supremely satisfied. I'd like to thank Chris for being so generous with his time as well as for being so candid and warm. An extra special thank you must also go to my friend Rhiannon Ifans for setting this up. Let me know what you thought of it by commenting on the social media post, and be sure to share it - and the podcast as a whole - with your friends. Find Rude GRL + CC here: Spotify Facebook Twitter YouTube Find One Thousand Motels here: https://onethousandmotels.com/  Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Contact Twitter: @BannedBiogs Facebook: @BannedBiographies Instagram: @bannedbiographies E-mail: bannedbiographies@gmail.com

Rivertales: A Riverdale Podcast
6.11 - “Al Gion”

Rivertales: A Riverdale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 58:08


We're more zen in this episode talking about time travel powers caused by trauma, John Henry, Tabitha being the actual pure heart of Riverdale, some murky fascist undertones, Kevin's stache looking good, Betty's totem being a bobby pin, Pops' Y2K eyebrows, how Riverdale is just turning into Charmed, and a blink and you'll miss it revelation caught live on mic.

Bourbon & Banter
#24 – The Bullshit Cometh

Bourbon & Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 67:12


The 24th episode of the Bourbon & Banter podcast – The Bullshit Cometh - is now available for your listening and drinking pleasure. Having had a little time off, Pops and Bob return after being bombarded with bourbon bullshit over the last several weeks. So much so that this episode is dedicated specifically to addressing all the crap that's come across our desk since the last episode. The one real news item we just had to include here is a partnership between Black Rifle Coffee Company and Heaven Hill that will yield a triple cask bourbon and a bourbon barrel-aged coffee that will make you an American hero just from drinking it. The amount of BOURBON BULLSHIT that we've witnessed since our last episode is so massive that we've dedicated the majority of this episode to covering it. That's right folks, we hit with the most honest segment of the most honest podcast in bourbon right up front and it carries us to the end. Have comments or questions? Drop us a line at podcast@bourbonbanter.com.  Cheers! 

Talk'n Pops
Talk'n Pops Episode 293

Talk'n Pops

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:01


This is were a description should go... probably... Get 15% off at AAA Toys and Collectibles using Promocode TALKNPOPS Buy our book on amazon! https://amzn.to/3lZToRy If you have a question for us call and leave us a voice mail 224-300-POPS (7677) and we will answer it on the show. Leave us a review on iTunes or Facebook and we will read it on the show! Be mean but give us a good rating!

Its Personal Podcast
#ItsPersonalPodcast 107.Julian Randall on first book, moms and pops, and family history

Its Personal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 36:07


Julian Randall is a Living Queer Black poet from Chicago. He has received fellowships from Cave Canem, CantoMundo, Callaloo, BOAAT, and the Watering Hole. Julian is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize. Julian is the winner of the 2019 Betty Berzon Emerging Writer Award from the Publishing Triangle. On this podcast (part 1 of 2) Julian talks in-depth about his first published book, accepting the idea of being a "writer", family influence, and is magic just for white kids. Apologizes for the audio on my end. It is a little muffled during the conversation. I hope it does not ruin your experience listening to Julian and his story. Website: https://juliandavidrandall.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianthepoet/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/julianthepoet

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show
Turn Up Tuesday- Pickle Pops And Tongue Twisters

kPod - The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 8:21


Part-Time Justin turns it up with pickle pops and tongue twisters!

Collector Chatter
Ep 31: Why Does Funko Keep Restocking Vaulted Pops?

Collector Chatter

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 99:26


The Funko news and rumors this week were INSANE yet again, and we give you our take on them! Our main topic of the week is very controversial in the Funko community, so we wanted to share our opinions on it! Why does Funko keep restocking vaulted pops? Between what Funko puts up on their website, Hot Topic exclusives, and let's not forget Pop in the Box! Make sure you listen to find out everything we have to say! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/collectorchatter/message

Amigos: Everything Amiga Podcast
Pac-Man Pops a Cap! It's Public Domania Featuring Drop Zone! Amigos: Everything Amiga 348

Amigos: Everything Amiga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 69:39


Deluxe Pac-Man and Drop Zone are two PD games that are arguably better than the commercial originals!

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice
Creating a Color-Filled Waterwise Garden

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 16:56


Nan Sterman joins us on the podcast this week, kicking it off with fantastic suggestions on creating a color-filled garden that POPS. Connect With Nan Sterman: Nan Sterman is a garden expert, botanist, journalist, and educator. She hosts a TV show called A Growing Passion, is the author of three books, has a online garden school, and designs gardens. Waterwise Gardener Seed Starting Workshop San Diego Gardener Facebook Group A Growing Passion TV Show Hot Color, Dry Garde and the rest of Nan's books Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your entire first order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design.   Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, Jacques, and Chris) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server  

The Insomnia Project
Nail Pops, Nail Styles and Nails

The Insomnia Project

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 26:32


We cover nails on today's episode from the ones you put into the walks to the ones at the end of your hands and feet. Marco talks about Nail pops in your wall and what they areAmanda talks about her favourite Reno show hosts yet again, this time with a focus on Joanna Gaines and Egypt SherrodAmanda then takes us on her recent nail gel journey and colours she has recently used.Marco explains how he does not love getting mani and pedis Amanda tells us about her leg massage.Connect with us on:Twitter: @listenandsleepInstagram: @theinsomniaprojectweb: theinsomniaproject.comEmail: drumcastproductions@gmail.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-insomnia-project.

Bananas
Pope Pops Minisode

Bananas

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 22:43


Kurt and Scotty tell listener stories about an interesting friend from law school, and a very strange pizza delivery! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Deadline: White House
“The human incarnation of the button that pops on your pants, revealing the reality of your covid weight gain”

Deadline: White House

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 89:33


Nicolle Wallace discusses renewed attacks on eastern Ukraine. Plus, Trump's mishandling of White House documents, the Senate confirms Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, Mary Trump's new effort to defend democracy, and the Big Lie lives on in Arizona despite no evidence of fraud.Joined by: Igor Novikov, Julia Ioffe, Jackie Alemany, Barbara McQuade, Danielle Holley-Walker, Eddie Glaude, Joe Lockhart, Mary Trump, Vaughn Hillyard, Amb. William Taylor, and Clint Watts