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I'm Quitting Alcohol, is a 5 minute daily podcast by comedian David Boyle. Join Boyle as he transitions from Alcoholic maniac to sober lunatic and attempts to process the past 20 years of booze soaked mayhem. To listen from DAY 1 head to SPOTIFY. quit, alcoholic, drinking, sober, real, stories, laugh, drugs, true, sex, love, quitting, alcoholics, recovery, body, anxiety, depression, love, giving up, anonymous, soul, change, addiction, withdrawal, dance, sober, quit, success, relationships, recovery, answer, transforming, health, resource, healing, alcoholism, giving, up
Public approval of the Israeli apartheid regime, like approval of the US police, has plummeted in direct proportion to the ubiquitousness of video cameras. In much the same way DNA testing vindicated prisoners who'd insisted on their innocence for years, a new technological development proved true what a marginalized population had been saying all along. Reading by Tim Foley.
Japanese-born Akiyo Soyama works as a nurse in a public hospital in South Australia. For more than three years now, Akiyo has been living in a caravan. - 南オーストラリア州でキャラバンに住みながら看護師をしている早山明葉さん。日本ではアウトドアと無縁だった早山さんが、オーストラリアでキャラバン生活を始めて３年以上経つとのことです。
In the Security News for this week: Colonial Pipeline facing $1,000,000 fine, cybercrime tracking bill signed into law, Lincoln College Set to Close After Crippling Cyberattack, Nvidia's LHR limiter bypassed, & North Carolina Becomes the First State to Prohibit Public Entities from Paying Ransoms! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw740
Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed them. Eric Holder and Sam Koppelman on Voting Rights (First) | Parents Grapple with the Baby Formula Shortage (Starts at 38:00) | Unchecked Emissions and the Threat of Mass Marine Extinction (Starts at 55:10) If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here.
The US House has approved another $40 billion for the proxy war in Ukraine, all while the realities on the ground are being concealed. Seth Harp, an investigative journalist and US Army veteran who recently reported from Ukraine, on the hidden realities of the dangerous conflict. Guest: Seth Harp. Journalist, contributing editor at Rolling Stone, and US Army veteran who served in Iraq. Support Pushback: https://www.patreon.com/aaronmate
Apple announced this week it will stop manufacturing the iconic iPod. Tripp Mickle, New York Times reporter covering Apple, talks about the end of this era for Apple, and listeners call in to share their nostalgia for the way we listened to music on the go in the aughts.
In politics, popularity is about selling a policy agenda to the public. On Today's Show:Bill de Blasio, former mayor of New York City, draws from his experience and offers advice to President Biden and the Democratic Party on messaging.
In their first in-person podcast, the Marketing Team discusses their experience being “Zillenials” at an RIA, and our recent decision to go all-in on TikTok.In the thirteenth episode of Build in Public, we explore:· First impressions of Potomac and the industry· Our decision to make a company TikTok account· Growing an audience before the rest of the industry catches onWe hope you enjoy and follow us on this journey! If you have any ideas, comments or suggestions please fire them our way.Make sure you subscribe to never miss an update.Listen on AcastSubscribe in Apple PodcastsSubscribe in Spotify PodcastsSubscribe in Google Podcasts Learn more about Potomac Fund Management: https://potomacfund.com/ Read our blog: https://blog.potomacfund.com/ Disclosure: http://bit.ly/2l3OvaL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Adrian De Leon, assistant professor of American Studies & Ethnicity at the University of Southern California, discusses the election of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., gives context of the Marcos family history and what this means for democracy in the Philippines.
Queens is one of the most diverse places on earth. But like a lot of New York City, it's also segregated. Mark Winston Griffith, executive editor of Brooklyn Deep and co-host of the podcast School Colors, now on NPR's Code Switch and Max Freedman, co-host of the podcast School Colors and the creator and producer of the podcast Unsettled, talk about their reporting into a school diversity plan in District 28 in Queens that proved to be hugely controversial.
Freedom 35ers: Cardano NFT (CNFT) Podcast. This week we are joined by Special Guests Chronic & Krissy aka Daily ChroniCles. We finally get a chance to chop it up and discuss some of our favorite projects, including Chilled Kongs, Yummi Universe, The Ape Society, & Over Exposed. We get updates from Winged Warriors, Happy Hoppers, The Mandrillz, & Space Ape Club. Lastly, we go over new mints happening this week including Adanauts, Introverts, and Veggiemates. Freedom 35ers
What is your concern this week? Is it affordable housing for you and for you family? Is it the ability to fill your gas tank this week so you can go to work? Is it the concern over finding baby formula for your newborn? Is it the Marxist indoctrination being pushed at your children's school? Is it that the one place of your family's refuge, the church, has been infused with the same Marxian concepts being taught at your children's school? Is it the concern that even with your good salary that nearly every item that would fall into the category of “necessity” has risen in price by nearly 100% in just 18 months? The truth is, our nation is being skillfully disrupted and dismantled by a cadre of individuals and organizations who wish to weaken and dissolve the sovereignty of the United States of America: and it is happening with everything, everywhere all at once. http://sovereignnations.com Support Sovereign Nations: paypal.me/sovnations patreon.com/sovnations Follow Sovereign Nations: sovereignnations.com/subscribe facebook.com/SovereignNations twitter.com/SovNations youtube.com/SovereignNations rumble.com/c/sovnations instagram.com/sovnations/ minds.com/sovnations?referrer=sovnations parler.com/profile/sovnations © 2022 Sovereign Nations. All rights reserved.
The Showtime series "Couples Therapy" returns for season three as Dr. Orna Guralnik treats four New York couples in long-term relationships going through a crisis. We watch as they dig into thorny issues of infidelity, addiction, childhood trauma and kitchen cleanliness.
Mona Monsour ( Playwright) THE VAGRANT TRILOGY will make its New York City debut in April 2022 at the Public Theater, directed by Mark Wing-Davey; the production was in technical rehearsals in March 2020 and was postponed due to Covid-19. UNSEEN will have its West Coast debut at Oregon Shakespeare Festival in spring 2022, directed by Evren Odcikin. WE SWIM, WE TALK, WE GO TO WAR premiered at SF's Golden Thread in 2018 (dir. Odcikin). THE VAGRANT TRILOGY was presented at Mosaic Theater in June 2018, (dir. Wing-Davey.) Of the trilogy: THE HOUR OF FEELING (dir. Wing-Davey) premiered at the Humana Festival at Actors Theatre of Louisville, and an Arabic translation was presented at NYU Abu Dhabi, as part of its Arab Voices Festival in 2016. URGE FOR GOING: productions at the Public Theater (dir. Hal Brooks) and Golden Thread (dir. Odcikin). THE VAGRANT was commissioned by the Public and workshopped at the 2013 Sundance Theater Institute. THE WAY WEST: Labyrinth (dir. Mimi O'Donnell); Village Theater (dir. Christina Myatt); Steppenwolf (dir. Amy Morton); and Marin Theatre Company (dir. Hayley Finn). Other credits: IN THE OPEN, for Waterwell, directed by James Dean Palmer, and ACROSS THE WATER, written for third-year MFAs at NYU (dir. Scott Illingworth). Mona was a member of the Public Theater's Emerging Writers Group. With Tala Manassah she has written FALLING DOWN THE STAIRS, an EST/Sloan commission. Their play DRESSING is part OF FACING OUR TRUTHS: SHORT PLAYS ABOUT TRAYVON, RACE AND PRIVILEGE, commissioned by the New Black Festival. Commissions include Playwrights Horizons and La Jolla Playhouse. 2020 Helen Merrill Award, 2012 Whiting Award. 2014 Middle East America Playwright Award, MacDowell Colony 2018, New Dramatists Class of 2020. Mona writes for NBC's New Amsterdam and is creating series for FlipNarrative and AMC International. BEGINNING DAYS OF TRUE JUBILATION, directed by Scott Illingworth and conceived with her company SOCIETY, was part of New Ohio's Ice Factory Digital Festival in summer 2020. In September 2020, Mona received the prestigious Kesselring Prize, awarded by the National Arts Club to one playwright a year. She was nominated by Seattle Rep for her play THE HOUR OF FEELING. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen in as Bobbin and Eric reflect back on the week in news. Bobbin responds to DA Paige Clarkson's campaign mailer where she attacks with tough-on-crime rhetoric, where she vilifies and demonizes public defenders and those with criminal records. Bobbin talks about his resignation from the Chief Justice's Criminal Justice Advisory Committee in response to DA Clarkson's actions. The hosts talk about OJRC's clients winning a settlement against the City in regards to losing their property during sweeps. Bobbin and Eric talk about larger themes about we criminalize the poor on the premise of…poverty itself. Eric and Bobbin continue the conversation on the public defense crisis.
Whether you're on foot crossing the street, or behind the wheel -- there are a lot of new technologies to be distracted by. Bryan Porter says that we do not recover from looking at our phones as quickly as we think. Is your brain on the road when you are? And: Screen time is transforming children's brains. Robyn Kondrad says there are times when it is useful, alongside glaring limitations. Later in the show: Many of us have horror stories of how we took out extra student loans or took on a new job to pay for textbooks. Thomas Geary heard so many of those stories that he transformed his syllabus to focus on free resources. Plus: A lot of our handheld devices are fun. But they can also help us to monitor our health. Vivian Mortii is working with a team on a smartwatch app that supports neurodiverse people in being more independent.
According to a recent survey by Pew Research, the majority of Americans favor abortion rights. But in the leaked draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade, Justice Samuel A. Alito writes “We cannot allow our decisions to be affected by any extraneous influences such as concern about the public's reaction to our work.” Public reaction, however, has been swift. Demonstrators decrying the opinion have gathered outside the Supreme Court, the homes of Supreme Court justices and in demonstrations across the country. In response to the draft opinion, some states have indicated they intend to introduce laws to ban and even criminalize abortion, while other states have begun drafting legislation to create safe havens for reproductive rights. Given the divide between the majority of the Court who voted in favor of this draft and the public's support of abortion rights, has the Supreme Court lost its legitimacy as a branch of government that is blind to politics? We'll talk to Slate's Dahlia Lithwick about the future of the Court and what is at stake.
Scoot talked to WWL listeners about the one rule that elected officials should follow on social media- tell the truth. He also discussed Elon Musk announcing that he would unban former President Trump on Twitter after he finishes buying the platform.
UNSUGARCOATED with Aalia, Season 10 launches with a powerful conversation surrounding separation, divorce, and rebuilding with guest, award-winning director and filmmaker, Sunnie McFadden-Curtis. Unfortunately, around half of all marriages end in divorce. What if someone were to tell them that it was just the beginning and not the end? McFadden-Curtis reveals to Aalia the process behind creating an award-winning film and the different stories that impacted her throughout the process. Each story portrays the message that although ending a marriage is traumatic, there is hope to rebuild a better life for yourself when you trust the process and know your value.
Jordan and his pal Aaron discuss, explore, and celebrate the week in offbeat Canadian news. In this episode We have a couple of curious car crashes, a perverse public pool, and two slices of dismemberment. Links: Keep Canada Weird Series: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/keep-canada-weird Join the Keep Canada Weird Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/keepcanadaweird Send a weird news tip: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/contact Provide feedback and comments on the episode: nighttimepodcast.com/contact Subscribe to the show: premium feed:https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast apple podcasts: https://applepodcasts.com/nighttime Musical Theme: Noir Toyko by Monty Datta Contact: Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepod Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Premium Feed: https://www.patreon.com/Nighttimepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Public or private? Tho Texas lawmakers have rejected vouchers, Governor Abbott puts the school choice debate into play this election season. With complaints from conservatives over what’s being taught in Texas public school classrooms, Governor Abbott says he wants to give parents a choice for private school. We’ll take a closer look. Also, how ‘where […]
As the changing climate continues to shape the planet, and some of the crises that humanity faces while living on it, we explore mental health, and the ethics of having kids. On Today's Show:Britt Wray, Human and Planetary Health Fellow at Stanford University and author of the new book Generation Dread, talks about how climate anxiety can affect people's decisions on whether to have children, or not.
Bette Smith was born and raised in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn – but on her debut LP called Jetlagger she draws on the gospel she sang in the church and the soul music she heard on the block on hot summer nights music growing up on the corner of Nostrand and Fulton. On the 2018 record Jetlagger, the tunes range from originals to covers of Staples Singers and Isaac Hayes classics, showcasing Smith's deep, confident, and powerful voice. Amidst rugged, muscular arrangements that hearken to the timeless sounds of Mississippi and Memphis soul and funk, Bette Smith barely contains a New York aggressiveness and passion, and piles on the sexy. Smith and her band play some of these songs, in-studio. (From the Archives, 2018.)
Rosa Goldensohn, reporter, and Matt Flegenheimer, New York Times reporter, talk about their story about former Mayor Ed Koch's secret -- that he was gay, and how that affected both him personally, and how he handled the AIDS crisis, which began during his mayoralty.
Ever felt nervous to go live on Instagram, talk to a client, or even hold a family meeting? Knowing what to say and how to get your point across doesn't come naturally to most of us. I mean, common, imagine how many times those who have given a TedTalk practiced at home before they got up on that stage.Public speaking and communication is one of the biggest key skills to have as a leader, and today we're giving you all the tips on how to communicate successfully.Eddie Rice is a professional speechwriter with over 10 years of experience in helping business leaders, keynote speakers, TED talk presenters, and everyday people enhance the messages they tell through great storytelling and structure. He loves creating strong narrative-driven speeches that focus on balancing emotional and thought-leadership content. As a speechwriter, he has worked with CEOs, college presidents and trustees, superintendents and principals, business owners, authors, politicians, organization leaders, nonprofit executive directors, and everyone in between. Now, he's here to share his knowledge with all of us!Want to connect with Eddie? Check out his website and don't forget to pick up a copy of his book 'Toast: Short Speeches, Big Impact' HERE.I'll be back next Thursday with another jam-packed episode but if you're looking for a way to connect with like-minded and like-hearted leaders in between episodes, check out our Beyond Leadership Community on Facebook.I'd love to hear your thoughts on today's episode! If you share on social media, tag #beyondleadershippodcast, and be sure to tag me (I'm @saramaeski on Instagram). Until next time... LET'S GO!xo,Sara Mae See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you missed it, the Tossing Clubs crew randomly selected one of Golf Digest's Top 100 Public Golf courses at the beginning of the year to play in 2022 and they got #38, Gamble Sands in Washington State. The boys just got back from their Pacific Northwest Golf Trip and are ready to talk all about it. It was incredible, one of the purest golf experiences ever! AND the guys had so much fun, they decided to randomly select a second course to hit up in the second half of 2022. Definitely stay until the end to find out where they're headed next (hint: it's one of the toughest tracks in America)! While you're listening, check out some beautiful shots of Gamble Sands here: https://gamblesands.com/ Gamble Sands is the centerpiece of Brewster, Washington. The Sands and QuickSands Course at Gamble Sands are located on 115 acres of fine fescue grasses, designed by renowned golf course architect David McLay Kidd. Here, golfers enjoy the feeling of pure golf with panoramic vistas, and the beautiful Cascade Mountains and Columbia River meandering through the distance on every hole. No planes buzz overhead, no traffic rattles in the background. It's you, your playing partners and golf — the way it was meant to be played.
Rachel Roubein, national health-care reporter for The Washington Post and author of "The Health 202" newsletter, talks about Democrats' attempts to mobilize voters over the Supreme Court's likely opinion overturning Roe v Wade.
At this week's Round Table, Kenisha, Jedd, and Neil spoke with Dr Frederick (Rick) Hess, senior fellow and the director of Education Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, founder and chairman of AEI's Conservative Education Reform Network, editor of Education Week's Straight Up column, and a prolific author, educator, and political scientist. Rick has been studying education reform–and its failures–for decades, and shared his astute analysis of why. At root, schools weren't built for what we're asking them to do. Public schools were founded back in 1635 by Protestant New Englanders to promote virtue. Only 1 in 20 citizens WENT to high schools way back then. Today, we have VERY different expectations and demands yet our schools are predicated upon the same model. Meanwhile, most Fortune 500 companies don't last more than 50 years because they were built on models that have become antiquated or obsolete. Such businesses didn't reform; they went out of business. Schools don't have the option of doing so. We're asking them to do something that's incredibly hard to do and, unsurprisingly, they fall far short. Rick notes that today, we need schools that are much more comfortable with individualization and personalization–and we need to build systems that are comfortable embracing that, which is a really big lift after centuries of doing things a different way. We talked about intellectual curiosity and equity, whether teachers have a responsibility to meet the needs of every student, the pros and cons of technology in schooling, how schools can balance passion and standardized testing–and what standardized tests are and aren't good for. Thank you for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nextgenpolitics/message
This week's Bonus Conversation has to do with all things education. The Peaches doesn't know which is more outside of her control: her ability to sleep at night, or her ability to make her son do his schoolwork... In our community, most of our brothers and sisters in Christ are NOT familiar with the philosophy of education that is commonplace among people in the Fight Laugh Feast Network. We don't have a church full of Christians who "get it," and that feels discouraging sometimes. Here's an analogy about painting a garage that might feel relatable... It's difficult to help others educate their children in Christian orthodoxy, when the parents were ALSO products of public school. How to we even begin to unpack all the misunderstandings and bad assumptions? You can reach out to us by emailing email@example.com. Also, visit flfnetwork.com to get more information about the Fight Laugh Feast Conference. (That's coming up in October. Be there or be square!)
Every election, after breezing through their choices for governor, president, senators, and state reps, Cook County voters face the longest part of the ballot: Circuit Court judges. Though the candidates running for judge may be the most obscure, judges are the elected officials any voter is most likely to encounter and the ones whose decisions can have the most direct impact on their life. Anytime you get divorced, sue for damages after a car accident, or face accusations of committing a crime — a judge is involved. And once a judge is elected, it's rare they'll ever be removed from office. This week, reporter Maya Dukmasova from Injustice Watch answers a question about why that's the case.
Dave Johnston has had many firsts: the first winter ascents of Denali and Mount Foraker, and the first Denali State Park Ranger being just a few. He also has climbed the 50 highest peaks in the U.S. with his family. Join your host Paul Twardock with Dave, his wife Cari and son Galen for the next Outdoor Explorer.
This week we are rebroadcasting our interview with ALOK, originally aired in August of 2021. “I validate the idea that survival is the ultimate act of creation in a world that has reduced us to fascist arithmetic, of being a quantitative statistic, not a human soul. So we still found a way to care, love, and create - isn't that art? I teach people to decipher the art that they're already doing, recognize the artistry and the everyday miracles of life around them, and create from that place.” This week we immerse ourselves in the aforementioned call to recognize the myriad of creations all around us from guest ALOK, who guides us in an ever-expansive dialogue around spiritual wellbeing, the importance of creative literacy, and the tremendous freedom that awaits us when we make gender unknowable. We begin our conversation by foregrounding the importance of moving out of the paradigm of understanding trans and queer as something that is exclusive to the body. Instead, ALOK shares how challenging the gender binary is not only in service to our collective wellbeing but is a reverential offering in acknowledging our true celestial expansiveness that has been dimmed under binarism, heteronormativity, and colonialism. ALOK is a gender non-conforming writer and performance artist. Their distinctive style and poetic challenge to the gender binary have been internationally renowned. As a mixed-media artist Alok uses poetry, prose, comedy, performance, fashion design, and portraiture to explore themes of gender, race, trauma, belonging, and the human condition. They are the author of Femme in Public (2017) and Beyond the Gender Binary (2020). Music by Soda Lite, Rising Appalachia, and Lady Moon & The Eclipse. Visit our website at forthewild.world for the full episode description, references, and action points.
With the PEN World Voices Festival starting, Suzanne Nossel, CEO of PEN America, the human rights and free expression organization, and Andrey Kurkov, novelist and PEN Ukraine president, talk about the organization's efforts in Ukraine and around the world.→ Andrey Kurkov gives the 2022 Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture on Friday, May 13 at 6:30pm, ET.
With baby formula shortages and rising grocery costs, we explore the economic situation in the US and around the world. On Today's Show:Greg Ip, chief economics commentator at The Wall Street Journal, talks about the latest news on the economy, including the persistent high prices, the stock market sell-off and more as President Biden insists inflation is the administration's highest priority.
With all the big national and international news, hyperlocal stories are sometimes lost in the shuffle. So, listeners call in to share the big, local news from their neighborhoods in New Jersey, on Long Island, Westchester and in Connecticut.
Greg Ip, chief economics commentator at The Wall Street Journal, talks about the latest news on the economy, including the persistent high prices, the stock market sell-off and more as President Biden insists inflation is the administration's highest priority.
Mayor Adams came into office promising to keep crime in check. Harry Siegel, FAQ NYC co-host, Daily News columnist and Daily Beast senior editor, looks at the crime rate, how New Yorkers are feeling and argues Adams' mayoralty will hinge on whether he's able to do something to restore a sense of public safety.
Since 1893, public health nurses have served the rural communities of Alaska, mainly providing individual patient care for infectious diseases like TB. Public health nurse Lorne Carroll serves an area of about 15,000 people across four Alaskan native villages. He talks with Stephanie Desmon about how public health nursing has changed in recent years with more emphasis on community and systems care, the unique demands of a public health nurse in Alaska, and how COVID has impacted their work, highlighting both challenges and strengths.
We start on zoom with some unexciting NBA games from Tuesday night plus the best part of the night Kenny vs Chuck to the video board. (00:02:23-00:16:38) Back in studio we talk Bucks/Celtics and Warriors/Griz as well as hockey talk and Hank gets a public show of support from Tom Brady. (00:17:58-00:38:35) Hot Seat/Cool Throne including Swag Kelly being back with the crew. (00:39:50-00:57:13) Ryan Whitney joins us in studio to talk NHL Playoffs, his golf game, Billy's terrible question and tons more. (00:58:51-01:48:29) We finish with some listener FAQ's. (01:49:49-02:02:26)
Photo: 2021 Inflation. Public domain #LondonCalling: Inflation Hawks; & What is to be done? @JosephSternberg @WSJOpinion https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/stock-carnage-feds-powell-inflation-apology-points-to-policy-defeat