Tune in to the Season 18 premiere in glorious black & white! “Not Before Bed” written by Craig Hallam (Story starts around 00:03:30) Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Narrator – Jeff Clement “The Wishgiver” written by Salma Dasgupta (Story starts around 00:07:50) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Jeff Clement Cast: Sheela – Katabelle Ansari, Corrine – Sarah Ruth Thomas, Teen Girl – Danielle McRae, Teen Boy – Elie Hirschman, Bill – Atticus Jackson, Corrine's Grandmother – Erin Lillis, Gaunt Boy – Graham Rowat “Why I Wear the Mask” written by Samuel McQuail (Story starts around 00:36:30) Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Narrator – Peter Lewis “The Cyclone Sisters' Traveling Circus of Wonders” written by Angela Sylvaine (Story starts around 00:50:50) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Eliza – Mary Murphy, Sam – Matthew Bradford, Dad – Jesse Cornett, Barker – David Cummings, Light – Nichole Goodnight, Shadow – Linsay Rousseau “Crooker” written by Alex Bestwick (Story starts around 01:08:00) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Phil Michalski Cast: Narrator – David Ault, Crooker – David Ault, Lewis – David Ault, Moderator – Erika Sanderson “Witch Grass” written by Seth Borgen (Story starts around 01:28:30) TRIGGER WARNING! Produced by: Jesse Cornett Cast: Jody – Jessica McEvoy, Pete – Kyle Akers, Lady of the Manor – Nikolle Doolin, Furnace Man – Graham Rowat, Guest #1 – Erika Sanderson, Guest #2 – Danielle McRae, Guest #3 – Elie Hirschman, Blonde Girl – Nichole Goodnight Click here to learn more about The NoSleep Podcast team Click here to learn more about voice actor Katabelle Ansari Click here to learn more about Craig Hallam Click here to learn more about Alex Bestwick Click here to learn more about Seth Borgen Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone “Witch Grass” illustration courtesy of Kelly Turnbull *WNSP is a fictional television station and is not affiliated with radio station WNSP 105.5 in Alabama Audio program ©2022 – Creative Reason Media Inc. – All Rights Reserved – No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Creative Reason Media Inc. The copyrights for each story are held by the respective authors. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Good News: One in every five British councils are involved in the Rewilding Movement, link HERE. The Good Word: A classic short poem from Robert Frost. Good To Know: A startling fact about the planet (?) Pluto… Good News: The EU Commission has drafted legislation to reverse biodiversity loss, Link HERE. Wonderful World: Take about […]
Fire up those library cards, gather up those bookstore gift cards, and charge up your earbuds because if there's one thing we know our Awesomes love, it's summer reading - no beach required! This week, Meg is joined by books and reading regular Katie Proctor, and Katie has a whole list of readerly delights to look forward to reading, discussing, and loving in summer 2022! Looking for a summer podcast binge? It's a great time become a Super Star and get access to HUNDREDS of hours of exclusive, never-heard-before episodes! It's super easy to sign up at patreon.com/sortaawesome and bonus - get our texting number so you can send us your thoughts anytime! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Thrive Market: Join Thrive Market today and get $80 in free groceries. Go to thrivemarket.com/awesome! Fabric: Apply today in just 10 minutes at meetfabric.com/awesome Fuzzy: Go to yourfuzzy.com/awesome for a FREE 7-day trial membership Organifi: Go to organifi.com and use code AWESOME for 15% off any item in the store SHOW NOTES: contains affiliate links Katie's AotW: Native Sensitive Deodorant in Rose Meg's AotW: Rare Beauty Universal Strokes mascara Contemporary Fiction with Great Characters, Themes, and Representation: True Biz by Sara Novic Amazon | Bookshop Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Amazon | Bookshop The Guncle by Stephen Rowley Amazon | Bookshop Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt Amazon | Bookshop MG: Frankie & Bug by Gayle Forman Amazon | Bookshop NF Essays: These Precious Days by Ann Patchett Amazon | Bookshop Love that Story by Jonathan Van Ness Amazon | Bookshop World of Wonders by Aimee Nezhukumatathil Amazon | Bookshop NF Memoir: I Take My Coffee Black by Tyler Merritt Amazon | Bookshop Bomb Shelter by Mary Laura Philpott Amazon | Bookshop V SPICY Romance: Book Lovers by Emily Henry Amazon | Bookshop A Caribbean Heiress in Paris by Adriana Herrera Amazon | Bookshop Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez Amazon | Bookshop You can find Meg on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! You can find Katie at her website or on Facebook and Instagram! And be sure to check out her latest book Hand in Hand! Visit sortaawesomeshow.com for show notes on this and every episode. And don't forget to find us in the Sorta Awesome Hangout on Facebook or @sortaawesomeshow on Instagram, and @sortaawesomepod on Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SHARE, COMMENT, AND SUBSCRIBEWe have an amazing EXCLUSIVE interview with Duane Charles. He shared the stage with Greg Locke, the pastor at Global Vision Bible Church (GVBC) to debate if "deliverance" is still part of the New Testament church today.Greg's followers were rude and condescending during the "live" on YouTube. I wanted to give Duane a chance to speak about what he never was able to do OR what he wanted to.Thanks for joining me this week and allowing Lifeclips to get your first EXCLUSIVE interview!!Join us today LCP fam!! It's going to be a GOOD one!!Links for the show:https://rumble.com/vws28l-who-is-greg-locke-part-one-107.htmlhttps://rumble.com/vwt8xj-who-is-greg-locke-part-two-108.htmlhttps://rumble.com/vxnqh9-who-is-greg-locke-wolf-or-shephard-part-three-109.htmlhttps://rumble.com/vxntif-who-is-greg-locke-wwjd-part-four-110.htmlhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83FFaYPUlEw&t=8632Contact LCP:•email@example.com•http://www.lifeclipspodcast.com•https://www.lifeclipspodcast.com/contact•https://www.lifeclipspodcast.com/where-to-listenEquipment Used:•Video Editing used: Wondershare•Microphone: Blue Yeti•Camera: Kyro Pro
Outdoors Yellowstone National park https://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htmThe World's First National ParkOn March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became the first national park for all to enjoy the unique hydrothermal and geologic features. Within Yellowstone's 2.2 million acres, visitors have unparalleled opportunities to observe wildlife in an intact ecosystem, explore geothermal areas that contain about half the world's active geysers, and view geologic wonders like the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Yellowstone National Park Protection Act into law. The world's first national park was born.Yellowstone National Park was America's first national park. To this day, Yellowstone remains one of the country's most popular national parks with millions of annual visitors. Yellowstone spans almost 3,500 miles, and extends into parts of Montana and Idaho, making it one of the largest national parks in the US.Yellowstone National Park sits on top of a dormant super volcano and is home to more geysers and hot springs than any other place on earth. Wonders abound at this truly unique national park, from sites like the Yellowstone Grand Canyon to wildlife like America's largest buffalo herd, grizzly bears, and wolves. Approximately 50 percent of the world's hydrothermal features are at Yellowstone National Park, creating an effect that makes the ground appear to be on fire. The most famous of all the geysers is Old Faithful, one of the most popular and recognized natural wonders in the United States.Entrance Fees:Yellowstone (non-commercial vehicle) - $35.00Good for entry into Yellowstone National Park for seven days from the date of purchase.Yellowstone (motorcycle or snowmobile) - $30.00Good for entry into Yellowstone National Park for seven days from the date of purchase. Snowmobile entry limited to guided tours or permit holders.Yellowstone (individual on foot, bicycle, etc.) - $20.00Good for entry into Yellowstone National Park for seven days from the date of purchase.I do also recommend people out there looking at exploring the park to please be advise as in the last week and few days the park has experienced dramatic floods do to rain and snow melting causing mudslides and also distructions of roads in certain areas of the park. Damage that has occurred is specifically to the north of the park and last time I checked the park was re-opened June 22 only on the southern loop entrance Beers Wynwood brewing cohttps://wynwoodbrewing.com/LA RUBIA 5.0 ABVAMERICAN BLONDE ALE Coming from a big Puerto Rican family, my dad and I live for family get-togethers and backyard barbecues. We wanted the perfect beer for those occasions so we crafted la rubia with only the finest ingredients. It's not a lager and it's not a pilsner. It's a blonde ale. Light-colored, sunny, easy drinking y con sabor. Welcome to our familia, ¡salud!Serve this beer in a classic pilsner flute.Pairings: seafood, salad and light chicken dishes.HOPPY CHULO 4.8 ABVHAZY SESSION IPAAy Hoppy Chulo. This Hazy Session IPA talks a big game with the full hop aroma of mosaic and citra but deep inside it's a softy at only 4.8% Abv. Our take on a Session IPA has a juicy body and lower alcohol but Hoppy Chulo will smack hop haters upside the head with juicy dank tangerine, grapefruit, and papaya brought on by 3 different rounds of dry-hopping. With the light sessionable body and big hop flavor he's balanced… A little bit of a lover and a fighter.Pairing: indian curries, mild cheddar, minestrone, enchiladasAvailability: JulyFATHER FRANCISCO 9.3 ABVBELGIAN STYLE GOLDEN ALEFather Francisco is named after the first Jesuit priest that set up a mission at the Miami river in the early 1500s. This golden, light bodied brew has aromatic notes of cloves and other spices along with fruity esters. The candy sugar used in the beer lightens the body and increases the alcohol to create an easy going effervescent ale. Cheers!Pairing: hazelnut waffles, crab cakes, spicy cajun dishes & triple crème.BBQWhat wood to match with what type of dish you aiming for Descriptions of what pellet smoking is on an electrical smoker.Kingfords 1 cu ft BBQ wood logs.Weber wood chunks.Kingfords wood chunks.
Bumblebees can't see red, but they can detect the ultraviolet hue, invisible to humans, at the center of a sunflower. A fly can taste an apple just by landing on it, and a rattlesnake can perceive the infrared radiation emanating from warm-blooded prey. Those are just some of the extraordinary animal senses that science journalist Ed Yong celebrates in his new book “An Immense World.” We'll talk to Yong about what he learned and hear how humans can limit behaviors that endanger the sensory environments of other species. Guests: Ed Yong, science writer, The Atlantic; author, "An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us"
Dr. John Gillis, Jr. is the best-selling co-author of Powerhouse: 13 Teamwork Tactics that Build Excellence and Unrivaled Success, and an acclaimed business facilitator who founded the pioneering leadership development consultancy LeadershipX. The world's leading organizations look to Dr. Gillis to provide them with the practical knowledge needed to improve their performance by focusing on key issues. In his decades as a global management consultant, he drove growth at dozens of blue-chip companies across a wide spectrum of industries, including IBM, American Express, Dell Technologies, PayPal, and Verizon, among many others. As the Principal of LeadershipX, Dr. Gillis created a next-generation, digital, and high-fidelity business simulation to engage, immerse and develop global executives, and builds collaborative business relationships with clients by consulting on strategy / board alignment, talent management, change management, and organization development. Giving back to the community, John was on the Board of Wonders & Worries, President of the PennCLO Doctoral Alumni Network, Scout Cub Master, coach of numerous sports teams, and the founder and president of non-profit CampLIFE! He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife and four children. He received his doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education and Wharton Business School.
Since we scooped on Tuesday morning that documentarian Alex Holder was subpoenaed by the House Jan. 6 committee seeking previously unreported footage he recorded over several months of full access to Donald Trump, his adult kids and VP Mike Pence, more details have emerged about what's on the tapes. And, Trump loses bigly in Georgia: “Georgia Republican voters rebuked Donald Trump for the second time in a month Tuesday by rejecting his picks for a pair of open U.S. House seats,” writes AJC's Greg Bluestein. Gordon Rhoden, chair of Georgia's Athens-Clarke County GOP: “At this point in time, the Trump endorsement is neutral. It's not a plus and it's not a negative. … People are moving beyond that.”
It's the time for the future! Host Lothar Tuppan brings us Rogue Tyger #3.18, Robotz of the Company #2.3, and Hiro/Death March from Re-imagined Radio! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Quillette podcast host Jonathan Kay speaks with renowned evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins about his new book on the science and mythology of life in the air—from puffins and flying squirrels to fairies and angels
“You know, Marlon James said something once, he said, if you're going to write about the enslaved, and you're not going to write about the resilience, and the brilliance, and the incredible ability to make a life in a brutal system, a life full of love and some joy, then he said, he's not interested in reading that book.” Geraldine Brooks, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, March, is known for her moving historical novels. Her latest, Horse, is a stunning new novel that transports readers between 1850s Kentucky and the present day following a legendary thoroughbred racehorse named Lexington. Geraldine joins us on the show to talk about the real-world experiences of her unforgettable characters and why we still talk about slavery, growing up on the mindset that books are food, reading poetry before writing as part of her creative process, her literary influences and so much more with Poured Over's host, Miwa Messer. And we end this episode with TBR Topoff book recommendations from Marc and Becky. Featured Books: Horse by Geraldine Brooks March by Geraldine Brooks Year of Wonders by Geraldine Brooks The Island of Adventure by Enid Blyton Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays). A full transcript of this show is available here.
Author : Avi Burton Narrator : Katie Gill Host : Katherine Inskip Audio Producer : Jeremy Carter Cast of Wonders 497: Hurricane Season is a Cast of Wonders original. Hurricane Season by Avi Burton Amaya smelled like the ocean. Most Florida girls did, when they returned from the beach with new tan lines and salt-crusted […] The post Cast of Wonders 497: Hurricane Season appeared first on Cast of Wonders.
In this episode, co-hosts Dana and Heidi discuss the latest positive news stories, including a Bronx housing complex that turns food waste into fertilizer, a historical Roman artifact found at a thrift store, a new picture of a black hole, and more! Listen now!
"GPT-3 was trained on is so large that the model contains a certain fraction of the actual complexity of the world. But how much is actually inside these models, implicitly embedded within these neural networks? I decided to test this and see if I could examine the GPT-3 model of the world through the use of counterfactuals. Specifically, I wanted to see if GPT-3 could productively unspool histories of the world if things were slightly different, such as if the outcome of a war were different or a historical figure hadn't been born. I wanted to see how well it could write alternate histories." - Samuel Arbesman From Cabinet of Wonders newsletter by Samuel Arbesman Great tweet thread summarizing his post "Securities" podcast is produced and edited by Chris Gates
#PodcastersForJustice Bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner, Geraldine Brooks, spoke to me about why "truth is stranger than fiction," letting story drive narrative, and the overheard conversation that led to her latest, "Horse." Geraldine Brooks is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel March and the international bestsellers The Secret Chord, Caleb's Crossing, People of the Book, and Year of Wonders (recently optioned by Olivia Colman). Her latest novel, Horse, is described as "... a sweeping story of spirit, obsession, and injustice across American history." TIME magazine said of the book, "Horse isn't just an animal story—it's a moving narrative about race and art." Geraldine has also written acclaimed nonfiction works including Nine Parts of Desire and Foreign Correspondence. She started out as a reporter in her hometown, Sydney, and went on to cover conflicts as a Wall Street Journal correspondent in Bosnia, Somalia, and the Middle East. Stay calm and write on ... [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get The Writer Files Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] In this file Geraldine Brooks and I discussed: Her early years as a war correspondent Why she chose to write a braided narrative based on an overheard conversation Reading history to find verisimilitude Empathy in fiction Writing through a pandemic And a lot more! [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen] Show Notes: GeraldineBrooks.com Horse: A Novel by Geraldine Brooks (Amazon Affiliate) Geraldine Brooks Amazon Author Page (Amazon Affiliate) Geraldine Brooks on Facebook Geraldine Brooks on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Book Blogger Susan Matheson is back to discuss her top picks to stuff in your beach bag this summer. Her selections range from frothy to serious. Amy and Susan discuss the power of book cover art.Books and Resources Discussed:The Thirteenth Tale by Diane SetterfieldEvening by Susan MinotThe Dutch House by Ann PatchettLessons in Chemistry by Bonnie GarmusHarriet the Spy by Louise FitzhughYou Had Me at Pet-Nat: A Natural Wine-Soaked Memoir by Rachel SignerButtermilk Graffiti by Edward LeeSave Me the Plums by Ruth ReichlThe Measure of My Powers: A Memoir of Food, Misery, and Paris by Jackie Kai EllisLetter to a Stranger: Essays to the Ones Who Haunt Us by Colleen KinderWe Measure Earth with Our Bodies by Tsering Yangzom LamaCarolina Built: A Novel by Kianna AlexanderHorse by Geraldine BrooksYear of Wonders by Geraldine BrooksCaleb's Crossing by Geraldine BrooksMarch by Geraldine BrooksLeft on Tenth by Delia EphronFollow Red Fern Book Review:Website: https://www.redfernbookreview.comInstagram: @redfernbookreviewFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/redfernbookreview/Newsletter: https://www.redfernbookreview.com/newsletterBook Subscription Box: The Red Fern Book Review Spring Book BoxFollow Bedside Table Books:Instagram: @bedside_table_booksWebsite: https://bedsidetablebooks.com/
In this episode of the RPGBOT.News, we talk to the hosts of the Maniculum Podcast. We talk about real-world medieval history, real-world mythology, and drawing inspiration for games from those sources. We learn a bit about real-world history, and we compare that to common medieval-esque settings. If you've enjoyed the show, please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, and rate us on Spotify or your favorite podcast app. It's a quick, free way to support the podcast, and helps us reach new listeners. Materials Referenced in this Episode The Maniculum Podcast @Maniculum Quest Posted: The Notice Board blog post Episode 10: Great Tang Records of the Western Reaches Episode 14: Wonders of the East Other Stuff Maniculum Definition Obsidian Entertainment Pillars of Eternity The Eddas The Great Tang Records of the Western Regions The Norse Sagas Tolkien Lord of the Rings The Hobbit Trinity College Dublin
The games continue as Peach Pie takes to the gladiatorial ring, followed by Jizz.... don't ask. Afterwards we meet with Zavizek and make future plans. We then head back to the Inn for even more plans. It remains to be seen if any plans are actually good ones.Come talk to us and other MNmaxed listeners in our Discord https://discord.gg/VNcrKN3Here's our linktree with all kinds of fun things! https://linktr.ee/mnmaxedGet MNmaxed gaming music at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0tSqefTveeCmk-LN3v2LPgSupport with a one time tip at https://venmo.com/code?user_id=3197856848543744094Other audio heard in the MNmaxed Podcast is provided by https://tabletopaudio.com/Support the show
One of the most exciting things we read about in the Book of Acts, is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. The local people were amazed to hear almost 120 people speaking the Wonders of God in a language that they understood. Join Pastor Mark Williams for this message, "Pentecost: The Wonders of God in Our Own Language".
In todays episode we are hopping back onto the podcast to talk about the Obi-Wan-Kenobi series on Disney+. My instant reaction to Darth Vader being a boss and gruesome af. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alfredo-aguilar1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alfredo-aguilar1/support
Caroline Vahrenkamp has a cancer diagnosis, AND is living her best life more authentically than she could have imagined possible. While undertaking her cancer journey, she navigated and accepted her identity as a transgender woman. As the host of the Wonders of the World podcast, she shares her love for travel, food, and history. Caroline joined us on Episode 109, "Just Figuring Things Out." Here is a reprise of that interview. Check out Caroline's moving message from International Women's Day. Keep in touch while we're on break! Reach out on social media @Leftscape and join us on Patreon for our bonus segment, We Should Be Recording This. We'll be back in July with brand new episodes. Love, Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée Facebook: Leftscape Twitter: @leftscape Instagram: @leftscape Email: insight at Leftscape.com
Many, Lord my God, are the wonders you have done, the things you planned for us. None can compare with you. — Psalm 40:5 Sometimes we act as if we can fix the problem of sin in our lives. We imagine that if we improve ourselves, we can be free of sin and guilt. We think that if we just work hard enough, our lives will become better. And if our friends and family would just listen to us, our relationships would become better too. But the problem is too big for us. We cannot save ourselves from the problem of our separation from God. We cannot even stop ourselves from sinning. Only God can do that. Psalm 40 sings praise to the God who saves us. It sings praise to the God who is strong enough to conquer sin and is gracious enough to do that for us. It sings praise to the God who chose not to stay separated from us but came to save us and restore us to himself. Psalm 40 sings of a salvation so great that only God could accomplish it. God has loved us in so many ways. The psalmist says to God, “Were I to speak and tell of your deeds, they would be too many to declare.” The many wonders God has done to save us are beautiful. Our abundant and beautiful salvation comes from God, the only one who can save us. God of salvation, I am overwhelmed by the beauty and greatness of your love for us all. Thank you for saving me; I could not save myself. Help me to praise you for the wonders you have done. Amen.
Because he's the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark knight…Okay, that's from the movie The Dark Knight, I cheated. But honestly, it was the only thing I could think of. I didn't know what else to write to try and describe this talk. There isn't much anyone can say. It's open and honest and raw as hell. Jay questions aspects of his life and beliefs. Wonders if he really was the hero he thought he was. Wonders if he's really as strong as he thought he was. Especially the more he's hurting, and the more life keeps knocking him down and bloodying him up. It's a talk and it's a conversation and it's an apology. That's the best I could do to describe what you're about to hear. It's a real good one. And important.This talk was given on June 12, 2022 from Seattle, WA.www.facebook.com/revolutionchurchmnwww.revolutionchurch.com/donatewww.youtube.com/revolutionbroadcasting@jaybakker@revolution1994@revolution94 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: working with a new bookstore and a reading chair conundrum Current Reads: we've got some wheelhouse reading here today including some non-fiction that we think you'll love Deep Dive: the books we read during our childhoods that impacted the readers we are today Book Presses: two more of those childhood books that we want to make sure you've read As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 2:10 - Listener Press Episode: Record a voice memo on your phone with the following details: Your name, where you're from, the book's title and author, a description of it and WHY you are pressing it. These are DUE FRIDAY JUNE 17 4:29 - Bookish Moment of the Week 4:57 - Cafe Con Libros Bookstore 9:08 - Current Reads 10:23 - Taste by Stanley Tucci (Kaytee) 14:28 - Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak (Meredith) 18:07 - The Appeal by Janice Hallett 20:05 - Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney 20:29 - A Kind of Spark by Elle McNicoll (Kaytee) 20:37 - Lexy @readlexyread on Instagram 20:42 - @thewilltoread on Instagram 24:00 - The Palace Papers by Tina Brown (Meredith) 24:55 - The Diana Chronicles by Tina Brown 28:16 - HRH by Elizabeth Holmes 29:22 - Red White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston 28:28 - Majesty by Katharine McGee 28:29 - American Royals by Katharine McGee 29:39 - World of Wonders by Aimee Nezhukumatathil (Kaytee) 33:15 - Hide by Kiersten White (Meredith) 36:38 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 36:29 - Fantasticland by Mike Bockoven 30:03 - Deep Dive: Childhood Reading that Impacted Us 42:26 - First Person Plural: My Life as a Multiple by Cameron West (Amazon Link) 43:39 - Sybil by Flora Rheta Schreiber 44:26 - Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh by Robert C. O'Brien 46:13 - A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens 46:57 - To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee 48:41 - Are You There, God? It's Me Margaret by Judy Blume 48:54 - Deenie by Judy Blume 48:59 - Tiger Eyes by Judy Blume 49:01 - Blubber by Judy Blume 49:13 - Forever by Judy Blume 49:55 - Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls 50:51 - Maus by Art Spiegelman 50:56 - Night by Elie Weisel 50:58 - The Diary of A Young Girl by Anne Frank 52:30 - Rumble Fish by S.E. Hinton 52:31 - The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton 53:36 - West Side Story by Irving Shulman 53:48 - Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare 53:55 - A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry 53:56 - Driving Miss Daisy by Alfred Uhry 55:00 - The Odyssey by Homer 55:01 - The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer 56:07 - Books We'd Like to Press Into Your Hands 56:28 - The Giver by Lois Lowry (Kaytee) 1:00:05 - The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks (Meredith) Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
In this episode of The Ferment, Casey Corum and Melisa Keller meet up with Ed Piorek at his home in San Clemente, CA to talk about Ed's first encounter with the Lord after his mom's death, his introduction to a move of the Kingdom in his life, and what the Lord taught him about identity. Ed shares about the beautiful invitation the Lord offers to seek after what He is doing and join Him in the journey, and the way we are transformed by experiences of mercy and the Father's love. Finally, Ed leaves us with a wise word for worship communities. Ed Piorek, known as Eddie to his friends, is a Pastor Emeritus, Speaker and Author who helps people connect with the Father's Love. With 50+ years in ministry, Eddie has a deep connection to the Father's Love and the enormous impact it can have in people's lives, including his own. He and his wife Janet (who has been his partner in ministry for the past half century) embody and live out the message of the Father's Love in their lives. In the mid-80's, Eddie had a dramatic encounter with God as Father. After years of intense labor in planting the congregation which would become the Mission Viejo Vineyard, and speaking at the Signs and Wonders conferences with John Wimber , Eddie became increasingly aware of a deep-seated fear of failing to perform up to public expectation. In the midst of a palpable experience of that fear, God revealed himself to Eddie as a loving Father. That experience forever changed him, his life message, and ministry. In recent years, Eddie has discovered the treasures of monastic contemplation, which has shown him how to find rest in the Father's love amidst the ongoing rigors of kingdom ministry. His new book The Eclectic Contemplative (2020) shares his adventures on this ancient path. When he isn't preaching, speaking or writing, Eddie can be found surfing, gardening, reading, or spending time with his wife Janet in sunny San Clemente, California. Show Notes: Classic Vineyard by Ed Piorek https://amzn.to/3twcALV The Father Loves You by Ed Piorek https://amzn.to/3HhkJtf The Eclectic Contemplative by Ed Piorek https://amzn.to/3MJJGPo Socials: Instagram @thefermentpodcast Twitter @fermentcast TikTok @vineyardworship
Are Invasive Jumping Worms Taking Over? Most gardeners are thrilled when they find earthworms tunneling through their gardens. Normally, they're a sign of rich soil, happy plants, and a bustling ecosystem. But one unwanted visitor is squirming its way into gardens and forests all across the country: the invasive jumping worm, known for its thrashing, restless behavior. Gardeners and scientists have become more and more concerned with these worms, which can cause damage in yards and forests. They're known for taking dense, healthy soil and churning it into a coffee ground-like mixture, which can lead to erosion and make it more challenging for plants to anchor themselves. But it turns out that most earthworms we find in the U.S. are already invasive, and the jumping worm is just the newest one to join the party. How different is this invasive worm from the ones we're more familiar with? To learn more, guest host John Dankosky speaks with Bernie Williams, a plant pest and disease specialist at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources based in Madison, Wisconsin. They talk about how to spot these worms, what kind of damage they inflict, and just how concerned we should be. The Strange, Scrambled Genomes of Squid and Octopus Squids, octopuses, cuttlefishes, and other humble members of the cephalopod class of mollusks are many-armed (or tentacled) wizards. They change colors—despite being unable to see color themselves—to camouflage themselves. They squirt ink to escape danger. They have huge brains compared to their body sizes, which, in the case of octopuses, are distributed throughout their bodies. They can even edit their RNA to allow whole new kinds of chemistry in their bodies, potentially allowing them to adapt more quickly to changing environments. This year, SciFri continues the tradition of Cephalopod Week, celebrating the fancy tricks and ineffable strangeness of these animals. Cephalopod researchers Carrie Albertin and Z. Yan Wang talk to John Dankosky about the newest puzzles coming to light in cephalopod genomes, including genes never seen in any other animals. Plus, learn more about the dramatic, self-destructive process by which mother octopuses die after laying their eggs—powered, it seems, by steroids. Plastic Surgery, Born In The Trenches The phrase “plastic surgery” may evoke different connotations for different people. For many, what's conjured is a procedure done for cosmetic purposes, something likely not deemed medically necessary, and probably not covered by insurance. But the history of plastic surgery goes back to a time where facial reconstruction was often a matter of life and death. The practice got its start on the gritty, European battlefields of World War I, where surgeons and nurses had to learn fast to fix the often horrific facial injuries sustained in battle. For the men with these injuries, the innovative, often traumatic procedures were life-changing. No matter the reason, the decision to get plastic surgery is very personal, and reflects a desire to change something about one's appearance. The World War I history of plastic surgery, and how it set the stage for today's uses, is the subject of the new book The Facemaker, written by medical historian and author Lindsey Fitzharris. Lindsey joins guest host John Dankosky from Washington, D.C. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
This week we will dive into the final episodes of SEASON 2, episodes: 7 and 8. This will also conclude this NON-Authentic JESUS show!!May Jesus come and rapture us soon. I am not sure about you, but I am so ready to be raptured and get out of this sin-sick world!!SHARE AND SUBSCRIBEContact LCP:•email@example.com•http://www.lifeclipspodcast.com•https://www.lifeclipspodcast.com/contact•https://www.lifeclipspodcast.com/where-to-listen2 Corinthians 11:13-15. It says,“For such men are false apostles, deceitful workers, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. No wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. Therefore it is not surprising if his servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness, whose end will be according to their deeds.”Equipment Used:•Video Editing used: Wondershare•Microphone: Blue Yeti•Camera: Kyro ProMusic Used:Hall of the Mountain King by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3845-hall-of-the-mountain-kingLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseBrittle Rille by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3460-brittle-rilleLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseJaunty Gumption by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3936-jaunty-gumptionLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licensePerspectives by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4207-perspectivesLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseDeadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3625-deadly-rouletteLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseCanon in D Major by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3473-canon-in-d-majorLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe joins Papa & Lund to discuss the importance of the Warriors finals experience and wonders if the Celtics could match the physical play of the Warriors, especially with their lack of success at home See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe joins Papa & Lund to discuss the importance of the Warriors finals experience and wonders if the Celtics could match the physical play of the Warriors, especially with their lack of success at home See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill McKibben needs no introduction. The legendary author, educator, organizer, and activist has spent decades in the climate fight. He is the co-founder of 350.org, the first global grassroots climate campaign, and founder of Third Act, a new organization focused on empowering people over 60 to fight for progressive action. In his latest book The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon: A Graying American Looks Back at His Suburban Boyhood and Wonders What the Hell Happened, McKibben reinvestigates his hometown and learns lessons that apply to his entire generation and the nation. He discusses what he learned, why it matters now, and how to inspire Baby Boomers and older Americans to reclaim the social justice momentum of their youth. He also lends his thoughts on the Biden administration and what he hopes to see with climate action in 2022. Read The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group. Check out our updated website!
We are all beloved sons and daughters of the Father and through our baptism we are all anointed and empowered. We don't have to be all-put-together or be perfect in order to bring healing to ourselves and to other people. We are all incomplete and despite that God wants to work through us—right now. There might be times that we can revert our eyes from our Jesus, or get stuck within ourselves or maybe distracted by the world. At times like this we need to fight a continuous battle to keep looking at Jesus and feed our faith. The Poco a Poco podcast happens because of many generous donors, including recurring monthly donations of any amount. Thinking about helping out? You can give at https://spiritjuice.org/supportpoco. Thank you!
Good News: The world’s biggest plant has been discovered off the coast of Western Australia, Link HERE. The Good Word: A clever thought from G.K. Chesterton! Good To Know: A fascinating bit of historical trivia about a certain piano. Good News: The European Union has lowered their greenhouse gas emissions by 34% over the bas […]
The Wonder is back! This week host Lothar Tuppan brings us Rogue Tyger #3.16, Robotz of the Company #2.1, and Sci-Fi, SciFacts from Re-Imagined Radio! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thanks to the movies, Petra may be the most recognizable of all of the modern 7 Wonders of the World. If it doesn't ring a bell, think about Indiana Jones entering a crazy looking temple built into the side of a mountain. Yeah, that's real!! We explore the history of Petra, how the Nabateans constructed this intricate city, the various rulers, uses of the trade city, and of course, the engineering behind this marvel.
Hello, Field Agents! Your Intrepid Trio is back and do we have some intel for you!! Agent Mike and family got to get the full experience of the Xandar Pavilion at EPCOT and he has all the deets! He takes the deep dive and, as a result, we end up going on an epic tangent […]
The Green Revolution in the second half of the 20th century was seen as an important solution to the problem of malnutrition in the developing world at the time. And while it may have succeeded in staving off hunger, the industrialization of agriculture created a whole new set of problems, chief among them a lack of diversity in our food system. Why does this matter? What is the food monoculture costing us? And what can we do to bring back some of the diverse foodways we've lost along the way? Dan Saladino is the renowned food journalist behind BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme and author of Eating to Extinction: The World's Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them. On this episode of Reversing Climate Change, Dan joins Ross to explain why we so desperately need biodiversity in our food system, exploring why diverse foods may taste better, and could be better for us. Dan walks us through several examples of rare foods discussed in his book and offers insight on the people working to revive old foodways. Listen in to understand how the war in Ukraine is causing a food crisis and learn what we can do to create a system that is more resilient, more robust, and healthier—both for people and the planet. Connect with Nori Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Nori's website Nori on Twitter Check out our other podcast, Carbon Removal Newsroom Resources Eating to Extinction: The World's Rarest Foods and Why We Need to Save Them by Dan Saladino The Food Programme Slow Food International Ark of Taste Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew Research Stichelton Dairy The Dark Matter of Nutrition Vavilov Institute UN World Food Programme Consider the Axe: Food, Farming and the Wonders of Stonehenge on The Food Programme Heritage Seed Library --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
The Spirit Works Wonders A SERMON BASED ON ACTS 2:1-21On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit was poured out on the disciples and worked amazing wonders. Almost 2,000 years later, we celebrate that the Spirit is still working his amazing wonders!
We know birds can travel large distances day or night, rain or shine, even if they've never migrated before. If you confuse a spiny lobster and drop it far from home, it can still find its way back. How do they do that? In this episode, Tai discovers the mysterious and mind-boggling ways animals navigate. In this episode Tai talks to: - David Barrie, researcher and author of Supernavigators: Exploring the Wonders of How Animals Find Their Way - Ken Lohmann, biology professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Samantha Patrick, senior lecturer in marine biology at the University of Liverpool
Let the intrusion begin as another episode of the Josh Potter Show is here! Papa Roach is joined in studio with Jeremiah Watkins to discuss only the most important of matters. Josh nominates a special encounter for the Smithsonian. Many roaches write in to share their one ball wonderful stories. An update on an Author incriminated by her own book, a police officer who responds to a call in an odd way, plus some fun sports slaps! Check out the new Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thejoshpottershow Josh Potter's New Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpREVmHBIx4QIQLA5ZUx0wA Josh Potter's New Email: email@example.com Josh Potter Links https://twitch.tv/josh_potter https://twitter.com/j_potter https://instagram.com/josh_potter DoorDash -Get 25% off and ZERO delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the DoorDash app and enter code JOSH
Laura and Sarah open this episode discussing some of rules from Laura's upcoming nonfiction release, Tranquility by Tuesday (out in October). Then, the episode is dedicated to the experiences (and sometimes challenges of) parenting 6-10 year olds. Sarah and Laura discuss their favorite aspects of this age group as well was some difficulties - some which they have gotten better at, and some which are still just hard! Topics discussed include hobbies and interests, sibling rivalry, 1:1 time, homework, friend issues, screens, and more. In the Q&A, a listener writes in a fairly common (and difficult!) question about pondering trying for kid #3. Episode Sponsors: Caraway Home: nontoxic cookware made modern. Visit Carawayhome.com/bestof to take advantage of a limited time offer for 10% off your next purchase. Nutribullet: Go to nutribullet.com and use promo code BESTOF for 20% off your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind opened at EPCOT in Walt Disney World on May 27, 2022. Replacing the Universe of Energy pavilion (Ellen's Energy Adventure), this attraction became the first roller coaster at EPCOT, the first backwards launching coaster for the Disney Parks, the first E-ticket Marvel attraction at Walt Disney World, and one of the longest indoor roller coasters in the world. Featuring six unique soundtracks (Disco Inferno, September, Conga, Everybody Wants to Rule the World, One Way or Another, and I Ran (So Far Away)), this attraction is the first of its kind (an omnicoaster), taking EPCOT travelers to the Wonders of Xandar Pavilion. In this podcast episode, I chat with Senior Producer of Walt Disney Imagineering, Wyatt Winter, who assumed the same role for Cosmic Rewind. Wyatt and I discuss his role on the attraction, the ride's storyline, the Wonders of Xandar pavilion, the innovative ride system, Easter eggs, and more. What are you looking forward to most when you next experience Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind? Send me your feedback via email or through direct or public message at any of the following and [with your permission] I'll include your message in a future show: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/imagineerpodcast Instagram: www.instagram.com/ImagineerPodcast Facebook Group (ImagiNation): https://www.facebook.com/groups/imagineerpodcast/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/ImagineerPodcast TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@imagineerpodcast Twitter: www.twitter.com/ImagineerNews Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsors and Partners: WDW Magazine: subscribe to the premier magazine focused on Walt Disney World (print or digital) to read monthly Disney-related content, including an ongoing Imagineering series written by yours truly! Magical Park Vacations: plan a trip to Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Aulani, or any other Disney (or Universal) destination. These services are complimentary. WDW Park Planners: work with a concierge vacation planner to create a personalized Disney itinerary for you and your family. Magical Park Tours: hire an in-person guide to help your family navigate the parks and mitigate crowds. Get Bonus Content If you want to take your love of Imagineer Podcast to the next level and help support the show, definitely consider joining us on Patreon for virtual events, bonus content and episodes, exclusive access to our private Passholder communities and more. How to Support the Show Share the podcast with your friends Rate and review on iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-imagineerpodcasts-podcast/id1244558092 Join our Patreon Group - https://www.patreon.com/imagineerpodcast Purchase merchandise - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/imagineer-podcast?ref_id=8929 Special thanks to our Deluxe Passholder Patreon members! Thomas N Devan L Katelyn F Jason K Jordan J Dani S Enjoy the show!