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A film of the original Broadway production of 'Hamilton,' taped in 2016, begins streaming on Disney+ on July 3. Miranda, who stars in the title role, says the production is as timely as ever. "When you write a musical that brushes against the origins of this country, it's always going to be relevant," he says. "The fights we had at the [country's] origin are the fights we're still having." We also talk about 'In the Heights' and being productive (or not) during the pandemic.
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When Dr. Danielle Ofri was in medical school she missed a patient's critical brain bleed. Luckily, someone else caught the error and the patient survived, but Ofri lived with the guilt and shame for 20 years. Medical errors are very common, yet many in the medical community don't speak up. In her book, 'When We Do Harm,' Ofri looks into the flaws in the health care system that can lead to risky mistakes. Also, Ken Tucker reviews Bob Dylan's new album, 'Rough and Rowdy Ways.'
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In this hour, stories live on Moth stages around the Lone Star State - Everything’s Bigger in Texas. This hour is hosted by Moth Senior Director Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Meg Bowles Storytellers: Alyssa Ladd, Chris Gorman, Robert Holguin, Christopher Scott
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones says 250 yeas of slavery and 100 years of legalized segregation robbed Black Americans of the ability to accumulate wealth. Cash payments would help repair the damage. Her latest piece in the 'New York Times Magazine' is 'What Is Owed.'Ken Tucker reviews new albums by Lady Gaga and Carly Rae Jepsen.Psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland has used psychedelic-assisted therapy to treat patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. In some cases, she says, MDMA or marijuana can help make treatment more efficient and effective. She discusses this "revolutionary way" to treat trauma. Holland's book is 'Good Chemistry.'
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This week, an episode celebrating the power and joy of Black women. This episode of All Together Now is hosted by one of The Moth’s producers and directors, Chloe Salmon. Hosted by: Chloe Salmon Storytellers: Shawna Renee Collins, Audrey Pleasant
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A woman follows love to a campsite, a man gets married and divorced and then remarried, and a public radio host runs the Boston Marathon as a guide for a visually impaired man.
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Baranski started her career in theater and now stars as a progressive lawyer in 'The Good Fight.' "I was a passionate acting student and nothing was going to stop me," the Emmy Award-winning actor says. She talks about singing Sondheim, 'Mamma Mia,' and her grandmother who performed in the Polish theater.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones says 250 yeas of slavery and 100 years of legalized segregation robbed Black Americans of the ability to accumulate wealth. Cash payments would help repair the damage. Her latest piece in the 'New York Times Magazine' is 'What Is Owed.'
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In the US, mascots are used to pump up crowds at sporting events, or for traumatizing generations of children at Chuck E. Cheese, but in Japan it’s different. There are mascots for towns, aquariums, dentists' offices, even prisons. There are mascots in cities that tell people not to litter, or remind them to be quiet on the train. Everything has a mascot and anything can be a mascot. The reason why mascots and character culture flourish in Japan is connected with the nation’s fascinating history with mythical monsters known as Yokai. Return of the Yokai
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The sudden boom of video conferencing in all of our lives is giving us a new window through which to view our homes (and the homes of others - from coworkers to celebrities and news correspondents). So what does your Zoom background say about you? And what lengths will we go to when it comes to altering them to make sure nothing weird gets seen by everyone else on the call? We also realized in hindsight that a family trip earlier this year had a pretty major effect on our decision to move to Florida. Plus we explain the big shiny object on our kitchen counter - and Sherry divulges an embarrassing story from her NYC days that she might never live down. Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-180 for notes, links, and photos from this episode.
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After the AIDS epidemic hit San Francisco, gay activist Cleve Jones co-founded the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and started the AIDS Memorial Quilt. "I have these memories of great struggle and great pain and great loss, but I also in my lifetime have seen extraordinary progress and amazing change," he says. His memoir, 'When We Rise,' was published in 2016.Marijane Meaker wrote the lesbian pulp novel 'Spring Fire' in 1952, and was surprised when it sold 1.5 million copies. She went on to write other lesbian-themed books under pen names. She spoke with Terry Gross in 2003. Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews Jon Stewart's political satire film 'Irresistible.'
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All across the country, protestors have been tearing down old monuments. These monuments have been falling in the middle of historic protests against police brutality. Sparked by the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, these demonstrations have spread to communities, big and small, across the country and around the world. And as they've grown, the protests have become about much more than police violence. This national uprising has inspired a massive reckoning with our country's past. Suddenly, decades of inertia and foot-dragging have given way to decisive action. In 2018, we did a story about a couple of controversial monuments in New Mexico. They honored a Spanish conquistador named Juan de Oñate, who was an early settler in the region. We're revisiting that story with extensive updates about the current protests and a shooting that occurred at an Oñate demonstration in June. Return of Oñate's Foot
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For nearly 30 years, 'This American Life' producer Susan Burton kept her binge eating disorder a secret. "As long as I was bingeing, I didn't have to think. I didn't have to think about any loss or pain or wanting or yearning." Burton also had anorexia, though that was harder to hide. She talks about her difficult relationship with food and work toward recovery. Burton's memoir is 'Empty.' Ken Tucker reviews Lady Gaga's 'Chromatica' and Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Dedicated Side B.' And book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews the memoir 'All The Way to Tigers' by Mary Morris.
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Milwaukee PD said somebody suck that baby dick and they brought me back to shout down Satan
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In this hour, tellers who tell the truth and nothing but the truth, even when it's hard. Finding the right words in front of the president, in the face of the patriarchy, during a shocking encounter, and to pass on knowledge. This hour is hosted by Moth Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns Storytellers: David Litt, Nimisha Ladva, Alexis Barton, Sharon Salzberg
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Psychiatrist Dr. Julie Holland has used psychedelic-assisted therapy to treat patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. In some cases, she says, MDMA or marijuana can help make treatment more efficient and effective. She discusses this "revolutionary way" to treat trauma. Holland's book is 'Good Chemistry.' Also, John Powers shares his favorite espionage thriller series, a French show called 'The Bureau.'
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If you’re on Instagram, there’s a decent chance you’ve seen a picture of one particular building called the Yardhouse. It was designed by the London-based architecture collective Assemble. The design of the building had a lot to say about creating spaces that were functional, collaborative, and inexpensive. But people on Instagram mainly saw a pretty wall to serve as the backdrop to their photos. Instagram and architecture have formed a symbiosis and the consequences of them interacting and feeding back on each other are still playing out. Instant Grammification
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And why natural flavors are shrouded in secrecy...“Natural flavors” show up on ingredient lists for all kinds of foods. But what does that mean exactly? We get a peek into the secretive science of flavoring when we talk with Marie Wright of ADM Nutrition, who’s created more than 1,000 flavors in her 30 years as a flavor chemist. She explains how natural flavors are made, why lemon flavor doesn’t contain lemon juice, and why flavoring plant-based burgers is so hard. Then she walks Dan through a series of experiments to teach him to taste food the way she does. (You can do your own versions with instructions at Sporkful.com.) Plus, Marie responds to criticism about the rise of natural and artificial flavors in processed foods, and their role in the obesity epidemic. Get 500+ more great Sporkful episodes from our catalog and lots of other Stitcher goodness when you sign up for Stitcher Premium: www.StitcherPremium.com/Sporkful (promo code: SPORKFUL). Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
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Kumail Nanjiani, Bowen Yang, Michelle Buteau, Julio Torres, Franchesca Ramsey and Pete Holmes share hilarious true stories in the 500th Episode of RISK!
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This week, we're celebrating Pride with a story that talks about the intersection of being Black and LGBTQIA in America. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Director of Marketing, Brandon Grant. Black Trans Lives Matter. Hosted by: Brandon Grant Storyteller: Chelsea Shorte
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Agamemnon is coming home from the Trojan War. He has no idea what's waiting for him.
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A young boy in a migrant worker farm camp gets a surprise present from his father. But the gift comes with certain expectations. Season 11 - Episode 21
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Padma Lakshmi shares stories about her childhood in India, her time in Spain and her new show, “Taste the Nation.” Plus, we get a crash course on Parisian cocktail culture from David Lebovitz; we present a new take on the cheeseburger; and Bianca Bosker teaches us about the history and evolution of wine reviews. Get this week's recipe, Garlic-Rosemary Burgers with Taleggio Sauce: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/garlic-rosemary-burgers-taleggio-cheese-sauce-dinner-barbeque Our online cooking school is free to anyone who wants to join the food revolution. You can choose from over a dozen classes from Kitchen Improv to The Spice Kitchen to Milk Street Instant Pot. Start a free class today at https://www.177milkstreet.com/school
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This week, Kate and Doree reflect on feeling ennui before taking the rest of the week off, and listeners ask about Black-owned mask companies, Bluetooth-enabled kegel exercisers, and whether Kate’s super serum actually smells like dog food. Activity: Plan a mental vacation This episode is sponsored by:  INKEYLIST -  Visit theinkeylist.com to get started on your own skincare journey. GRASS ROOTS FARMERS COOPERATIVE - Go to grassrootscoop.com/FOREVER35 for a special, limited time offer of $40 Off, plus Free Shipping! MIRO - Start collaborating for FREE when you sign up for an account at Miro.com/FOREVER35.   PURPLE - Go to Purple.com/forever35, and use promo code FOREVER35. For a limited time, you’ll get $150 off any Purple mattress order of $1500 or more! Theme music by Riot. 
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With certain states loosening restrictions — and others partially in lockdown — there's a lot of widespread confusion about COVID-19 risks. We talk with University of Minnesota epidemiologist Michael Osterholm about the safety concerns in terms of protests, indoor gatherings, touching surfaces, and why the antibody test is so flawed.
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Richard Haass talks about his new primer on global affairs, and Abhrajyoti Chakraborty on new novels in translation.
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Mona Simpson is the author of six books including Anywhere But Here, My Hollywood and Casebook. Her Too Hot For Radio story features a therapist, a patient, and one uniquely inappropriate relationship.This story was originally published in Harper’s and selected by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All The Light You Cannot See, Anthony Doerr, for The Best American Short Stories 2019 for which he served as the guest editor. Read by the incomparable Cynthia Nixon, the story can be described as moving, unsettling, disturbing, but above all else, captivating.
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Blogger and licensed family therapist Kristen Howerton talks about how raising two white biological daughters and two black adopted sons helped her understand white privilege. She reflects on motherhood, miscarriage, divorce and faith. Her new memoir is 'Rage Against the Minivan.'David Bianculli reviews HBO's new take on the courtroom drama 'Perry Mason,' starring Matthew Rhys.
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Raelene Bradley has let books be her guide as she and her husband fulfill their longtime dream of living off the land with a family farm. Raelene’s stories of reading in the fields with her horse as a child, and audiobooks to accompany milking time are stuff of readerly dreams. Today, Anne and Raelene chat about the surprising disappointments from Raelene’s biggest reading year ever, and I’m helping her on her journey away from quantity and toward quality, by recommending she read a touching memoir, lush historical fiction, and a little something… unexpected. Click over to the podcast website for a list of books mentioned in this episode: http://whatshouldireadnextpodcast.com/241 Become a patron now to gain access to a huge archive of bonus episodes, and join Brenna and Anne during our upcoming livestream on July 2nd: patreon.com/whatshouldireadnext Thanks to today's sponsors:ThirdLove knows there’s a perfect bra for everyone, so right now they are offering WSIRN listeners 15% off your first order at ThirdLove.com/READNEXT! Trying a variety of styles with Third Love is easy. Every bra is backed by their Perfect Fit Promise–giving you 60 days to wear it and wash it and if you don’t love it, return it for free. The Great Courses Plus is like a full college catalog, all available on any device, at any time. There’s something for everyone, spanning major areas of study like Literature, Business, and History, as well as hobbies like Yoga and Chess. Best of all, The Great Courses Plus is offering WSIRN listeners an entire month of unlimited access for FREE at TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/readnext!
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The cultural (and family) politics of vegetarianism, new techniques and better planning for cooking veggies, and essential vegan dishes from Vedge.
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Whether you’re sipping from a glass or swigging from a can, beer may be the ultimate summertime beverage. In this episode, we take you deep into the history of beer, and jump into the present with conversations about the beer you’ll find at your neighborhood Trader Joe’s – including a discussion with one of our longtime brewery partners. When drinking beer, one must have snacks, so we have some snack pairings to suggest as well. Pour your favorite brew, fill a bowl with snacks, sit back, and have a
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A wedding was once seen as a start of young adulthood. Now, a wedding has come to represent a crowning achievement -- a symbol that your whole life is together and you have accrued the time and space and resources to afford your ascent to another level of fulfillment. And there's no greater symbol for this day, and all the pressure it brings, than a white dress. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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This week, Boot Riley talks about a time he did everything right. This episode is hosted by beloved Moth StorySLAM and Mainstage host, Jon Goode. Story by: Boots Riley
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A special celebration from the world of science, from the 8th grade science fair to the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden. Storytellers: Sarah Schlesinger, Robin Frankel, Deirdre Bowen, and Roald Hoffmann.
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In this hour, stories of how we see ourselves, the perceptions of others, and the often gaping chasm in between. The struggle to prove oneself, challenge a stereotype, keep up appearances, and finally discover what really fits. This hour is hosted by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the producer of this show. Hosted by: Jay Allison Storytellers: Enrique García Naranjo, Aydrea Walden, Miles Crabtree, Kimberly Rose, Jessi Klein
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Dr. Diana Greene Foster interviewed 1,000 women over 10 years who either had or were denied abortions. Her study looked at the women's mental, physical and economic health. Foster says the data reveal, "95 percent of women who receive an abortion later report that it was the right decision for them." Her book is 'The Turnaway Study.' Kevin Whitehead says, while jazz fans like to hate on jazz biopics, there are plenty of interesting details embedded in the messy stories.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Eve Ewing's poetry collection '1919' looks back on a century-old riot in Chicago, set off after Eugene Williams, a black teen, drowned because he was stoned by white people on the beach. Police refused to make an arrest. Ewing connects the systemic racism that plagued the U.S. then to what we see happening now.Kevin Whitehead talks about a film genre that many jazz fans gripe about — the jazz biopic. Blogger and licensed family therapist Kristen Howerton talks about how raising two white biological daughters and two black adopted sons helped her understand white privilege. Her new memoir is 'Rage Against the Minivan.'
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A DJ hosts a radio show from a garden shed in his backyard. For over forty years… he had an audience of one. Season 11 - Episode 20
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The perks of downsizing continue to show themselves, including a recent realization we had while shopping for curtains and blinds. It was a pretty dramatic contrast of how shopping for this house is different than our previous ones, and it highlighted some exciting freedoms that come along with that. We also take a look at how pandemics of the past have shaped the way our homes look today, including the origin of things like powder rooms, white kitchens, and higher bed frames. Plus, what we really think of our fancy new Frame TV - and can your birthday really help you pick the right plants? Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-179/ for notes, links, and photos from this episode.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Singer and banjo player Rhiannon Giddens' 2017 album 'Freedom Highway' includes songs based on slave narratives. She notes that the modern banjo draws from the African instrument known as the akonting, which is made from a gourd. "In the first 100 years of its existence, the [American] banjo was known as a plantation instrument, as a black instrument," she says.During the civil rights movement, Bernice Johnson Reagon sang freedom songs from jail, in marches and churches. She was a founding member of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee's Freedom Singers in the '60s. She spoke with Terry Gross in 1988 about the songs she sang as an activist.
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How I met my husband at disneyland! We're telling the story of how we met, and our relationship road map from meeting and our first date story time until marriage. Getting married at 21 may be unusual for some people, but for us it was the perfect decision and my wedding day was the best day of my life. Proposal Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFOGJcvmPRE Wedding Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63y1XkwcQgY Wedding Day Vlog Get Ready with Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Xe9KlI3Bn8  Shop Amber Richelle Tie Dye Sets https://www.shopamberrichele.com/  WAYS TO HELP BLM: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/  Register to Vote!! https://www.vote.org/register-to-vote/  BLM National Resource List: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CjZMORRVuv-I-qo4B0YfmOTqIOa3GUS207t5iuLZmyA/mobilebasic  75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice https://medium.com/equality-includes-you/what-white-people-can-do-for-racial-justice-f2d18b0e0234  Donate: George Floyd Memorial Fund https://www.gofundme.com/f/georgefloyd Justice for Breonna Taylor https://www.gofundme.com/f/9v4q2-justice-for-breonna-taylor Color of Change https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/support-us Minnesota Freedom Fund https://minnesotafreedomfund.org
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Hari Kunzru reads his story from the July 6 & 13, 2020, issue of the magazine. Kunzru is the author of five novels, including “Gods Without Men” and “White Tears.” A new novel, “Red Pill,” from which this story was adapted, will be published this September. 
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Diamonds represent value, in all its multiple meanings: values, as in ethics, and value as in actual price. But what are these rocks actually worth? The ethics and costs of diamond rings have shifted with society, from their artificial scarcity perpetuated by DeBeers to their artificial creation in labs. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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A man enters a world of high stakes gambling; a family tragedy turns into a stand-off with detectives; and a neuroscientist searches for clues of God’s existence.
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This weekend we are moving our podcast feed. You will still be able to listen to Snap Judgment on the radio and wherever you get your podcasts, but we want to make sure you don’t miss a beat. Make sure Snap stays in your feed by subscribing. Next week, check to see you have the new epic Snap episode, "Chasing Thunder." If you don't see it in your feed, please refresh or resubscribe!
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This week, a story about perceptions of race and the importance of celebrating your identity. For at least the month of June, each episode of All Together Now will focus on stories from Black tellers and be hosted by Black members of The Moth staff. We stand with bipoc and allies fighting for racial equality around the world. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Senior Curatorial Director, Suzanne Rust. Hosted by: Suzanne Rust Storyteller: Carol Daniel
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'SNL' castmember Pete Davidson plays a fictionalized version of himself in the new movie 'The King of Staten Island.' The film draws on Davidson's real life experience of losing his own father, a 9/11 First Responder. Filmmaker Judd Apatow and Davidson talk about being comedy nerds, grappling with their parents' divorces, and the importance of talking about feelings. Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews Spike Lee's new movie, 'Da 5 Bloods,' a twist on a Vietnam War saga.
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Ben is a National Geographic Explorer, adventurer, and an amazing photographer.
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Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times.
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A story from the Grimm brothers about three down-on-their-luck soldiers who get everything they could ever dream and then do their absolutely best to lose it.
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Was gonna go take a break from the show this week but ended up fucking up my hand real bad but the did the episode without me anyways. It's probably a good one jamel is on it 
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Menswear can seem boring. If you look at any award show, most of the men are dressed in black pants and black jackets. This uniform design can be traced back to American Revolution, classical statuary, and one particular bloke bopping around downtown London way back in the 1770s. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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It's never really over... Spooked is a path we walk together. Know this, we return at the end of August, just in time for the Halloween season. Be afraid. 
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Last we ventured together we unleashed hidden terrors lurking in the cartridges of old school video games. It begs the question what exactly do we hope to find in the video games of yore? Perhaps these forces should remain in the past, locked in the machinery of old systems. First, we hear the chilling conclusion of our story Critter Valley. Then we read some fanmail that shares how the supernatural can shape us while we’re young. And finally we end with a classic Creepy Pasta titled “Looking for an Old Game” by Anonymous. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Another week, another scrumptious dub for the undefeated Throwing Fits squadron. This week the boys dial in their homie, Senior Digital Producer for “Desus & Mero” and one of the finest minds on the timeline, Rob “Young Costanza” McCrae. Rob is digging deep in his Serato for bangers and thoughtfully considering topics including, but not limited to: that first haircut after quar, gold teeth, being a stunt double, normalizing talking about race while hiring, squaring off against The Man, his hatred for stand-up comedy, missing the homies and much more. For more Throwing Fits, check us out on Patreon: www.patreon.com/throwingfits
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Trump retweets crazy Lefty! Dr. Fauci admits he lied about mask safety! Tulsa cops arrest peaceful protesters at Trump rally! Phone calls from Vince Vaughn, Bernie Sanders, Harrison Ford, David Lee Roth, and Pete Buttigieg! Featuring Stef Zamorano, journalist Max Blumenthal, and Mike MacRae!
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Kate and Doree recommend a reading challenge and keeping your doctor’s appointments, then listeners call and write in to tell an embarrassing story about a missing DivaCup, what can make a house smell nice, and how to handle loved ones who are complicit in systemic racism or who aren’t taking COVID seriously. Activity: Take a photo of something beautiful in nature To leave a voicemail for a future episode, call 781-591-0390. You can also email the podcast at forever35podcast@gmail.com. This week’s episode is sponsored by: INKEYLIST -  Visit theinkeylist.com to get started on your own skincare journey. ROMCOMPODS - Enjoy the feature length romcom podcast you didn’t know you needed until right now. Listen to Honeymoon For One on spotify, apple or wherever you get your podcasts. BILLIE - Go to MyBillie.com/FOREVER35 and get your $9 starter kit today.  GRASS ROOTS FARMERS COOPERATIVE - Go to grassrootscoop.com/FOREVER35 for a special, limited time offer of $40 Off, plus Free Shipping! MASTERCLASS - Visit masterclass.com/forever35 for 15% off the Annual All-Access Pass. OTHER PEOPLES PROBLEMS PODCAST -  Find Other People’s Problems on the CBC Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts today. Theme music by Riot. 
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Quaker Oats announced it's rebranding Aunt Jemima pancake mix and syrup because of its racist history. While descendants of Lillian Richard, who portrayed Aunt Jemima for years, support the company's decision to rename the brand, they want to ensure her legacy lives on. We speak to Vera Harris, a family historian for the Richard family of Hawkins. Also, one of the weird symptoms we've heard about when it comes to the coronavirus is something called COVID toe. KUOW's David Hyde reports.
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Guest host Denis O’Hare helps us mark the landmark event that helped give birth to the modern movement for LGBTQIA+ rights in America.  We first hear eyewitness accounts of the riots, drawn from The Stonewall Reader.  Additional works include Perry Brass’s “We Did It”; poems by  Kay Ulanday Barrett; and Gary Eldon Peter’s story “Wedding.”  Readers include Ivory Aquino, Kate Bornstein, Michael Early, Beth Malone, Kay Ulanday Barrett, and John Benjamin Hickey.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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This week on All Together Now: Friday’s with The Moth, stories about the trials and tribulations of finding your place. Stay tuned to the end of this episode to hear some helpful story prompts to think about and discuss after you listen! This episode is hosted by one of The Moth’s Senior Directors and hosts of The Moth Radio Hour, Jenifer Hixson. Hosted by: Jenifer Hixson Storytellers: Grace Topinka, Pam Burrell
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A special live edition of The Moth -- with five stories from a night showcasing the graduates of Moth High School storytelling workshops. Join us to celebrate student stories of first kisses, culture shock, finding a niche, and baking apple cake. This hour is hosted by Moth Teaching Artist Julian Goldhagen, with additional hosting by Moth Executive Producer Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Julian Goldhagen, Sarah Austin Jenness Isobel Connelly grows up feeling like the stupid girl. Saya Shamdasani feels caught between two cultures. David Lepelstat is nervous about his first kiss. Luna Azcurrain and her grandfather create a Thanksgiving tradition. Beth Gebresilasie tries to protect herself from her family's constant moving.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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We talk with ​journalist ​Jamiles Lartey about systemic racism in American policing​. ​He writes about criminal justice, race and policing for the non-profit news organization 'The Marshall Project.' ​"Policing wasn't always this way. It wasn't always this big. It wasn't always this bureaucratic," he says. "Sometimes as a society, you need to rethink institutions."
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Humans typically take about 25,000 breaths per day — often without a second thought. But the COVID-19 pandemic has put a new spotlight on respiratory illnesses and the breaths we so often take for granted. We talk with journalist James Nestor about why breathing through your nose is better than breathing through your mouth, snoring, and how breath work can affect your overall health. His book is 'Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art.' Kevin Whitehead reviews a new album of Transylvanian folk songs by the trio Lucian Ban, John Surman and Mat Maneri.
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The world of high end perfume is surprisingly lucrative, considering that scent is often the most ignored of our senses. But one can't judge a scent solely by the brand and shape of the bottle. With the right amount of attention, perfume can be a key to a whole olfactory world. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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A beloved brand with a toxic workplace... The videos shot in the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen are among the most popular food videos on YouTube, beloved for their depiction of a workplace that feels cool, fun, and diverse, full of chummy editors who have become celebrities. But that all changed this week when a photo of Bon Appetit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport in brownface was posted to Twitter. It brought to the fore long-simmering anger about a lack of diversity among the staff and the cuisines that get highlighted, as well as pay inequities and hostile treatment for people of color at BA. We speak with reporter Rachel Premack, former staffer Nikita Richardson, and current BA assistant editor Sohla El-Waylly to find out what it’s like to work at Bon Appetit, and what it will take to change it. Get 500+ more great Sporkful episodes from our catalog and lots of other Stitcher goodness when you sign up for Stitcher Premium: www.StitcherPremium.com/Sporkful (promo code: SPORKFUL). Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
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Their exploits are portrayed in countless movies and TV shows, but author Doug Swanson says the law enforcement agency has a dark history of abuse and officially-sanctioned racial oppression — including burning villages, hunting runaway slaves and murdering Mexicans and Mexican-Americans. Swanson's book is 'Cult of Glory.' Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead looks at what he calls the "stock jazz-movie ending," a basic plot element subject to many variations.
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When Boston artist Tory Bullock looks at the Emancipation Memorial in Boston's Park Square, he sees subservience instead of freedom. Bullock says it's time to remove the statue, so he's circulating an online petition to achieve his goal. We talk to Bullock about the statue's history and why he believes it would be better situated in a museum. Also, Robin Lake, director of the Center for Reinventing Public Education, says the average student may be one full year behind in math when school starts in the fall.
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Anna Katharine Green’s The Leavenworth Case. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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'I Am Not Your Negro' is the documentary about James Baldwin, one of the most influential black writers to emerge during the civil rights Era and address racial issues head on. We listen back to Terry Gross' 1986 interview with Baldwin, and we'll hear an excerpt of an interview with the director of the documentary, Raoul Peck. He was born in Haiti and was influenced by Baldwin as a young man. In 2016, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the National Anthem in protest against police shootings and racial inequality, essentially putting an end to his football career. Journalist Howard Bryant's book, 'The Heritage,' is about the history of African American athletes taking stands for social justice. Bryant spoke with Dave Davies in 2018.
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Ewing's poetry collection '1919' looks back on a century-old riot in Chicago, set off after a black teen drowned while being stoned by white people. Police refused to make an arrest. Ewing connects the systemic racism that plagued the U.S. then to what we see happening now. Ewing teaches at the University of Chicago's Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture.Also, John Powers reviews a reissue of the novel 'The End of Me' by Alfred Hayes.
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The story of Eglė the Queen of Serpents, from Lithuanian folklore, about a young woman who is faced with an impossible choice: witness the destruction of her family...or marry a snake.
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Break out the cool glassware. This week my good friend and great comedian Dave Hill comes by as we continue our quest for the perfect martini. This one will turn your day into the perfect cocktail hour. Dave has a hilarious new album, The Pride of Cleveland.
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Brazilian legend tells the story of a vengeful mermaid spirit named the Yara who enchants and drowns the men who wander near her river deep in the Amazon. But in this classic tale, a pair of lovers set out to defeat the murderous mermaid, and attempt to use the purity of their love to break her dark spell.
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In general, the coronavirus shutdowns have been terrible for academic research. Trips have been canceled, labs have shut down, and long-running experiments have been interrupted. But there are some researchers for whom the shutdowns have provided a unique opportunity—a whole new data set, a chance to gather new information, or to look at information in a new way. And so, this week, we’re bringing you stories very different academic fields, about researchers who are using this bizarre, tragic moment to learn something new about the world. The Natural Experiment
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Join Eric, Wes Moss, and the Doctrinaires as they chat about Millennials on the beach, The Villages, Miley's sobriety, and much more! “Brought to you by Reliable Heating and Air."
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Team Snap brings you voices from four amazing people - some looking to the future, some looking at the past, and those who never emerged.  Season 11 - Episode 19
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Friday and Smith investigate a drug store robbery. Original Air Date: August 2, 1955 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Read more ...
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Join Danielle on this solo episode where she gives us some life updates and walks us through her daily routine NEW MERCH HERE:  https://shop.podcastone.com/collections/gals-on-the-go      Please check out our channels on YouTube! Brooke Miccio   Danielle Carolan   Follow @galsonthegopodcast on Instagram to submit your questions for next week’s episode, get involved, and more! Link to subscribe to the newsletter: bit.ly/2PoNjN6    For business inquiries email brookeanddaniellepodcast@gmail.com with “Gals On the Go Podcast” in the subject! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter to be involved in the next episode’s Q&A: @daniellecarolan @brookemiccio Talk to you guys next Wednesday and for the next episode! EVERYTHING GALS ON THE GO: linktr.ee/galsonthegopodcast
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Brands hold immense sway over both consumers and the American legal system. Few know this as well as Dapper Dan, who went from street hustler to fashion impresario and has spent time on both sides of American trademark law. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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We’ve been in our new house for one whole month, and there are definitely some things that are shaping up differently than we had pictured. So today we’re sharing why some house projects have been easier than expected, but getting settled in a few other ways took some turns we didn’t anticipate. We’re also diving into the history of three popular and persistent design trends - like the true origins of subway tile and why the fiddle-leaf fig isn’t a recent phenomenon. Plus, a curtain hack that Sherry secretly tested out for an entire year, and what happens when Alexa commands get lost in translation. Be sure to check out younghouselove.com/podcast-178 for notes, links, and photos from this episode.
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Today, Meredith and Kaytee are discussing: Bookish Moments: a zoom call and a buddy read Current Reads: apocalyptic, scary, ho-hum, heartwarming, icky, and revealing. We’ve got a bit of everything! Deep Dive: the anti-book twin or… the EVIL book twin! Book Presses: a historical fiction novel with broad appeal and a favorite mystery series
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We're working on new episodes of LeVar Burton Reads right now(!) -- and while you wait, here's a preview of Imani State of Mind. It's a new podcast from Stitcher that demystifies mental health and wellness in an accessible and approachable way. Dr. Imani Walker (from Bravo’s Married to Medicine) equips listeners with the right language and tools to normalize this stigmatized topic, in addition to finding laughter and light in navigating these struggles. Listen now in your favorite podcast app!
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A computer hacker tries to make his way home through two countries, dense jungle, and a seemingly endless string of technical challenges. Snap Classic - Season 10 Episode 4
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Kai Choyce, Cody Hom, Oz du Soleil and Judith Hertog share true stories about nightmare roommates, racist nicknames, Navy memories and the significance of kneeling.
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Get grilling with Hmong Chef Yia Vang, vegetable whisperer Chef Ashley Christensen and best-selling grilling author John "Doc" Willoughby.
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In the period after the Civil War, former slaves were made promises of equality and citizenship by the federal government. Historian Eric Foner analyzes the fate of those promises and how the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments relate to current issues around voting rights, mass incarceration and reparations for slavery. His new book is 'Forever Free.' (Originally broadcast 2006) Also, we remember award-winning author Robb Forman Dew, who died May 22. She wrote about intimate family life. Dew spoke with Terry Gross in 1994.
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Kate is fascinated by a praying mantis and Doree is in a meal rut, then Ingrid Nilsen, YouTuber and host of One Step Podcast, joins them to talk about why making dumplings makes her feel closer to her grandmother, how her YouTube channel is more intimate the older she gets, and what she recognized about shaving culture when she started growing out her body hair. This week’s episode is sponsored by: - INKEYLIST - Visit theinkeylist.com to get started on your own skincare journey. - ROMCOMPODS - Enjoy the feature length romcom podcast you didn’t know you needed until right now. Listen to Honeymoon For One on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts. - BILLIE - Go to MyBillie.com/FOREVER35 and get your $9 starter kit today.  - GRASS ROOTS FARMERS COOPERATIVE - Go to grassrootscoop.com/FOREVER35 for a special, limited time offer of $40 Off, plus Free Shipping! - MASTERCLASS - Visit masterclass.com/forever35 for 15% off the Annual All-Access Pass. - OTHER PEOPLES PROBLEMS PODCAST - Find Other People’s Problems on the CBC Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts today. Theme music by Riot. 
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Kelly and Chip answer your questions about sex and dating. This week's topics include how to sext, how long before dating should become exclusive, is the "big bush" making a comeback and more.  Follow Kelly: @velvetsedge  Follow Chip: @chipdorsch Email: actcasual@velvetsedge.com  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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In this hour, stories from the double helix -- genetic makeup, inherited disease, and family secrets. It's all in the DNA. This hour is hosted by Moth Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns Storytellers: Mike Birbiglia, Carmen Rita Wong, Beth Bucher, Paul Nurse
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Between June 11 and July 2, 2020, RISK! will be re-running 13 of our favorite stories that have appeared on the podcast by Black storytellers about race or racism. Remember, we’re seeking more! Anyone interested in pitching a story should go to risk-show.com/submissions. This week, remarkable stories from Sophia Brown, Wanda Bowser and W. Kamau Bell.
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This week on All Together Now: Fridays with The Moth, we’re talking about support systems: the roots to our trees; the helping hands that give us a boost up when we need them. Stay tuned to the end of this episode to hear some helpful story prompts to think about and discuss after you listen! This episode of All Together Now is hosted by The Moth’s Senior Curatorial Producer, Suzanne Rust. Hosted by: Suzanne Rust Storytellers: Neshaune Lasley, Sue Shmidt
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Irene Delroy travels to the scene of the latest crash. Original Air Date: 1932 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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We explore culinary secrets from Yewande Komolafe to change the way you cook. Plus, Gustavo Arellano takes us on a journey down the great American chile highway; we make a hearty beef stew from central Mexico; and Adam Gopnik tells us how a trip to Italy spawned an epiphany. (Originally aired September 28, 2019.) Get this week's recipe, Mexican Beef and Tomatillo Stew: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/mexican-beef-tomatillo-stew-entomatado-de-res Right now, we are making our online cooking school available for free to anyone who wants to join the food revolution. You can choose from over a dozen classes from Kitchen Improv to The Spice Kitchen to Milk Street Instant Pot. Start a free class today at https://www.177milkstreet.com/school This week's sponsor: Go to masterclass.com/MILK for 15% off your Annual MasterClass All-Access Pass.
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Journalist Anne Applebaum says President Trump's threat to deploy the military on peaceful protestors is straight out of an authoritarian playbook. The 'Atlantic' staff writer says Trump has built a proto-authoritarian cult in the White House, with little to no dissent from the GOP. "There is nothing about our democracy that is magic. A person who is determined to destroy it can destroy it — unless people can fight back." Her new article is 'History Will Judge the Complicit.' Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Shirley,' an unusual biopic about writer Shirley Jackson starring Elisabeth Moss.
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Dan takes a plane to Mexico to help a man who fears for his life. Original Air Date: 1948 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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Can you steal from yourself? Can you copyright a mood? We look back on some important copyright cases that could have an impact on the entire future of music making. Featuring Adam Neely and Sandra Aistars. Twenty Thousand Hertz is produced out of the studios of Defacto Sound and hosted by Dallas Taylor.  Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate.  If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org.  Check out SONOS at sonos.com. Check out Adam’s Youtube channel. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/stopcollaborateandlisten
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In the wake of World War II, the government of France commissioned its most prominent designers to create a collection of miniature fashion dolls. It might seem like an odd thing to fund, but the fantasy of high fashion inspired hope in postwar Paris. These dolls also forever changed the curator who discovered them almost 40 years later, in a strange museum perched on a cliff in rural Washington state. Articles of Interest is a limited-run podcast series about fashion, housed inside the design and architecture podcast 99% Invisible. Launched in 2018 by Avery Trufelman, the show encourages people to rethink the way we look at what we wear and what it says about us.
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A special Mother’s Day edition of The Moth Radio Hour. A mother helps her daughter get her first contact lenses, an unwanted parental intervention at a school concert, a new mother in Zambia awaits test results, a life or death bee sting and a teenage mother who couldn’t be happier to welcome her child to […]
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Blair can’t see his hands in front of his face. He can’t see the ground beneath his feet. He’s not in the dark: he’s in a thick cloud of fog. And then, a voice emerges from the mist. This story comes to us from Australia, the original Upside Down. Season 4 - Episode 4
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Robin Hood and his merry men are throwing a dinner party! With food and wine! And robbery!
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Tom Colicchio and Ian Urbina of The New York Times talks about the people behind the fish on your plate and the stories in his book, The Outlaw Ocean.
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Vanessa and Julia have read chapter 10 of New Moon, and they're starting to learn the ups and downs of parenting a teenager. -- We encourage you to donate to one of the many organization raising money in support of Black lives and the current protests. If you donate $25 or more, send us a receipt and Julia and Vanessa will record a voicemail message just for you. 
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In this hour, stories of the everyday moments that have lasting impacts. A fast-food chain giveaway, a perilous outing on the high seas and the emotional toll of being a customer care Agent for the USPS. This episode is hosted by Moth Senior Director Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Meg Bowles Storytellers: Angela Dohrmann, Jason Lemos, Zellia Fossett
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/SciFi626.mp3 Mindwebs shares a story on this week's Relic Radio Science Fiction. Here's their version of Robert Sheckley's story, The Gun Without A Bang. Downoad SciFi626
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We are joined by Joe Buckley from the Isle of Faces Podcast to discuss everything we know or can guess about the prologue for TWoW. https://www.patreon.com/radiowesteros 
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We surround ourselves with the material, the man-made objects, and technology. Sometimes they even become a part of us. Sometimes that is as decoration or life aids. Other times they take a part of ourselves. These hidden things hold their own energies and we never know if that energy could bring joy or terror until they are unleashed. First, Beware the used games you buy, a killer deal might come at a price. Next, body art can bring out demons beneath the skin. After that, A poem follows what needs to feed. And finally, an anonymous creepy pasta delves into twisted mechanics of a popular game. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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'Washington Post' reporter Matt Zapotosky talks about Attorney General William Barr's role in the Trump administration's forceful response to the largely peaceful George Floyd protests in Washington, DC.
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Betsy keeps seeing a young girl at night in her room. She stands at the end of Betsy’s bed and stares at her. She comes back, over and over: night after night; year after year. Betsy knows she wants something, but she has to figure out what. Season 4 - Episode 1
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Reader and author KJ Dell’Antonia picked up a lot of the wrong books during a difficult time in her life, and those experiences changed her perspective on a hotly debated literary topic: trigger warnings. She talks with Anne about that shift, moving beyond bedtime reading, covert audiobook operations, and how mystery novels could save your local bookstore...  Content warning — in this episode, KJ and Anne talk about cancer, specifically breast cancer. It’s not the whole episode, and the conversation doesn’t go into detail, but we want you to be aware before diving in. Click over to the podcast website for a list of books mentioned in this episode: http://whatshouldireadnextpodcast.com/240 Anne had the pleasure of joining KJ and her cohost Jess Lahey recently on their podcast #AmWriting KJ’s new novel The Chicken Sisters comes out on July 28. KJ's website: kjdellantonia.com Readers, right now our Patreon community is a veritable celebration of summer reading. We’ve shared some wonderful bonus episodes recently, on topics like fantastic new romance novels, absorbing summer nonfiction, and our publicly-available episode covering spectacular books by Black authors. Our latest bonus episode is a casual home library chat with Anne and her husband Will about what summer reading is like for each of them this year. Become a patron now to gain access to a huge archive of bonus episodes, and join Brenna and Anne during our upcoming livestream on July 2nd: patreon.com/whatshouldireadnext Thanks to today's sponsors: Whether you’re looking to boost your energy levels, support your immune system or address gut health, now’s the perfect time to try Athletic Greens for yourself. WSIRN listeners can get 20 FREE daily travel packs with your first purchase at AthleticGreens.com/readnext. The Great Courses Plus is like a full college catalog, all available on any device, at any time. There’s something for everyone, spanning major areas of study like Literature, Business, and History, as well as hobbies like Yoga and Chess. Best of all, The Great Courses Plus is offering WSIRN listeners an entire month of unlimited access for FREE at TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/readnext!
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In this hour, a daughter realizes how naïve she’s been when she learns the truth about her mother’s pregnancy; a successful businessman reveals his childhood dream; a hitchhiker is picked up by an infamous driver; an exchange student experiences Japanese mosh pit etiquette; a teenager does a newspaper review of an Iggy Pop album and […]
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Case ########-13 Considerations of youth Recorded by The Archivist, in Situ. Content warnings: - Children in peril - Screams (inc SFX) - Bullying - Emotional abuse / neglect - Darkness - Isolation / Helplessness - Fear of bodily harm - Perceived parental negligence Thanks to this week's Patrons: Kenna Malone, Meg Simmons, James, MEGAN GREEN, Talbot Elfgrunge, Julia Mejbaum, Chuck Lambing, Sarah Burke, eicas, Serena Jensen, veevox, Brinnanza, Darth Nexus, Tiny Demon Dragon, Avery Breakell, Philip Kelley, Darcy M, Maria Blowers, Kellen, Cats 2019 Was A Pretty Good Movie, Allegra Rosenberg, Rachel Berger, Eleanor Mae Langston, Wren Valadin, Sarah Poiani, Ashley Crutchfield, Space Arbys, Annie Nate Schindler, Lana Elise, Emily Rose, Rebecca B, Piper, trinity, Evan Lukas, elwids, June W, Kayleigh T, sarenraesbesthope, Erin Yost, corbett, Erebus Odora, Senna_Redtail, Φ, Lorelei Millund, mathias elliot, Natazha Thomsen, Dr. Teatime, Mariana Bittermann, Sara Norris, Rachel Gould If you'd like to join them visit www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Nico Vettese, Maddy Searle, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall Written by Jonathan Sims and directed by Alexander J Newall Produced by Lowri Ann Davies Performances: - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J. Newall  - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims  - "Callum Brodie" - Will Harvey  Sound effects this week by Carlvus, Yuval, Brokenphono, klangkonserve, nebyoolae, ivolipa,  Bpianoholic, Iamgiorgio, jwheeler91, Hoerspielwerkstatt, j-zazvurek, djphizz, namikiri & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Join our community: WEBSITE: rustyquill.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/therustyquill TWITTER: @therustyquill REDDIT: reddit.com/r/RustyQuill DISCORD: https://discord.gg/KckTv8y EMAIL: mail@rustyquill.com The Magnus Archives is a podcast distributed by Rusty Quill Ltd. and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Sharealike 4.0 International Licence 
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This week on "Down These Mean Streets," Alan Ladd stars as Dan Holiday as he answers three letters to "Box 13." We'll hear "The First Letter," "The Sad Night," and "Flash of Light."
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Missing out on artwork from conventions this year? (If you're also an artist that is affected by the convention cancellations, shoot me an email!)Chris Oz Fulton: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChrisOzFultonJim Ferguson: https://www.jimfergusonmakingascene.com/Naomi Romero: https://naomiromero.shop/Danny Allain: https://theinklinggirl.patternbyetsy.com/Bruce Brenneise: https://www.brucebrenneise.com/Handcrafted by Heathens: https://www.handcraftedbyheathens.com/Jamie Tyndall: https://jamietyndall.net/NerdyNoveltyDesign: https://www.etsy.com/shop/NerdyNoveltyDesignMonirose Art: https://moniroseart.com/======================================================Have you ever messed with something that you don't understand?The Author: https://www.reddit.com/user/WhereBadThingsHappen/Video!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xvjl361bqQcRead along!: https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/gh0nhw/my_best_friend_drowned_in_an_empty_water_tank/Aminooo!: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.narvii.amino.x220474164&hl=en_US & https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mrcreepypasta-amino/id1142706153?mt=8Check out my new books! A collection of Creepypastas compiled by some of my all time favorite authors and friends!💀 Volume 1: http://a.co/iNqTwRZ💀 Volume 2: http://a.co/i0O9zks💀 Comic Book: http://a.co/2POGdNWVisit the stores!💀 Wife's Tea Shop: https://etsy.com/shop/IvoryMonocleTea💀 Shirts & Stuff!: https://shop.spreadshirt.com/MrCreepyPasta/
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Citing his racism and racist policies, Princeton University will remove Woodrow Wilson's name from its school of international and public affairs. The move comes amid ongoing efforts to take down statues and monuments that honor the Confederacy around the U.S. We speak with historian Julian Zelizer. Also, college students are wrestling with whether or not to enroll for the fall — or try to defer enrollment until they can be sure to have a full college experience. KUOW's Eilís O'Neill has more.
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In which some universes are more pleasant than others; Havok is basically a Care Bear; Wolverine is a P.R. nightmare; Nate Grey tries; stealth is not among the Silver Surfer’s strengths; Night Thrasher ascends to godhood; Jay and Miles dive down the What If rabbit hole. X-PLAINED: * Earth-200500 (again) * Earth-42409 * What If? vol. 2 #77 * What If? Featuring X-Men: Age of Apocalypse * What If? vol. 2 #81 * Earth-77995 * Fashion editorials * One of the worse versions of Forge * Superheroes x fashion * Care Bears vs. X-Men * The Hellfire Club of Earth-77995 * A surprisingly normal Grey-Summers family * Several uses for the Phoenix Force * Worst-case scenarios * Earth-93074 * Savage Land home ec * Bad choices * The Defenders of Earth-93074 * How to manipulate Nate Grey * Narrative benefits of omnipotence * A time loop * Earth-9601 * A meeting on the moon * What the Watcher watches * Galactus * The Silver Surfer * Grandpa Magneto * Some remarkable technology * A heavy-handed metaphor * Our takes on What If scenarios * The Corbeau-Grey scale of decision making * Storm’s eyes * Our character voices NEXT EPISODE: X-Men Omega Check out the visual companion to this episode on our blog. Find us on iTunes or Stitcher! Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men is 100% ad-free and listener supported. If you want to help support the podcast–and unlock more cool stuff–you can do that right here! Buy rad swag at our TeePublic shop! This June, we’ll be donating all of the profits to Trans Lifeline!
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John J. Miller is joined by Spencer Klavan to discuss Aeschylus's 'The Persians.'
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If we ever make contact with aliens, they probably won’t look like humans with pointy ears or bumpy noses, but creature makeup design is more about communicating ideas. I talk with creature and makeup designers Steve Wang (Predator, Planet of the Apes, Underworld, Gremlins,) and Neill Gorton (Doctor Who, Torchwood, Being Human, Watchmen) about the process of turning a human actor into something convincingly non-human. Also, Rosemary Chalmers of Leeds Arts University explains why she wishes more creature designers would look more to the natural world for inspiration.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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A financial advisor meets his new client: a hardworking, unassuming man with a curious and potentially life-changing secret. "The Foster Portfolio" is from WELCOME TO THE MONKEY HOUSE by Kurt Vonnegut. Copyright © 1968 by Kurt Vonnegut, used by permission of The Wylie Agency LLC.
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Johnny goes to Hong Kong to investigate a case of very inconvenient arson, knowing that an investigator of a similar fire was murdered. Original Air Date: August 24, 1950 When making your travel plans, remember http://johnnydollarair.com Read more ...
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Bryan Washington joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “U.F.O. in Kushiro,” by Haruki Murakami, which first appeared in a 2001 issue of the magazine and was then republished in 2011, after an earthquake and tsunami devastated northern Japan. Washington’s début story collection, “Lot,” was published last year, and his first novel, “Memorial,” will come out in October. 
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Guest host Hope Davis presents two stories in which things get out of hand.  Rumors and recriminations fly in “Belles Lettres,” by Nafissa Thompson-Spires, as rival mothers defend their daughters’ reputations at a posh school--at any cost.  The readers are Eboni Booth, Shalewa Sharpe, and Mary Karr.   And we hear Shirley Jackson’s lighter side in  “About Two Nice People,” in which neighbors seem to be getting mixed messages from one another.  The readers are  Lilli Cooper, Ethan Slater, and Julie Halston.
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The story of a king with a monkey friend who goes on a quest...and for some reason trusts a ghoul waiting for him in the cemetery.
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There have been over 200,000 deaths as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. All have been tragic, but there are two people in particular we’ve lost due to COVID that were part of the world of architecture and design that we want to honor with a couple of stories today. First, we are mourning the loss of architect Michael McKinnell. Along with Gerhard Kallman, McKinnell designed the unforgettable Boston City Hall, completed in 1968. They won the commission for Boston City Hall after submitting their brutalist, heroic monument in a contest when Michael McKinnell was just 26 years old. It was always a controversial structure, much of the public found it ugly and too unconventional, but architects and critics tend to love it. This is the often the case with Brutalism in general and that is the subject of our first story starring Boston City Hall. Another voice who is gone too early was Michael Sorkin. Sorkin was a designer and the Village Voice architecture critic in the 80s. He brought a totally new kind of approach to writing about buildings, one that focused on people and politics. We spoke with design critic at Curbed, Alexandra Lange, about Sorkin's work, and Roman Mars reads excerpts from one of his pieces called Two Hundred and Fifty Things an Architect Should Know. The Smell of Concrete After Rain
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Emma Cline reads her short story from the June 8 & 15, 2020, issue of the magazine. Cline’s first novel, “The Girls,” winner of the Shirley Jackson award, came out in 2016. Her story collection, “Daddy,” will be published later this year. 
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Talley talks about his new memoir; Claudia Rankine and Jericho Brown read new poems; and Megha Majumdar discusses her debut novel, "A Burning."
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News covers The Blair Partnership controversy and suspended Chapter Readings This week: It's a double dose of Chapter-by-Chapter (https://www.mugglecast.com/harry-potter-chapter-chapter-analysis-archive/) ! First up, Order of the Phoenix – Chapter 33: Fight or Flight 7-Word Summary #1: Centaurs react aggressively to Hermione’s faulty argument Did Umbridge fail to search Hagrid's Hut after she gave him the boot? Leading Umbridge into the Forbidden Forest: was it Hermione's top Gryffindor moment? Listeners weigh in with their thoughts. Umbridge vs. The Centaurs: What happened to Umbridge when she was attacked by the Centaurs? For additional information on Centaurs and what may have happened to Umbridge, check out: GreekMythology.com (https://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Creatures/Centaur/centaur.html) , Kialo.com (https://www.kialo.com/in-greek-mythology-a-main-characteristic-for-centaurs-is-that-they-take-away-human-women-and-rape-them-jk-rowling-knows-15795.2) , and Pandova University Press (https://ijfs.padovauniversitypress.it/system/files/papers/17_2_02.pdf) Is there any symbolism to the Centaurs breaking Umbridge's wand in half? Did Hermione really think through what would happen to Umbridge? Should she have let Harry do the talking with the Centaurs? Why does Harry look down upon Ginny, Neville and Luna? Next up, Order of the Phoenix – Chapter 34: The Department of Mysteries 7-Word Summary #2: Prophecies are exposed when doors are opened For a breakdown of the actual departments, give a listen to Episode 374 (https://www.mugglecast.com/episode-374-department-of-mysteries-harry-potter/) The Ministry of Magic is A SECURITY NIGHTMARE! Why is Harry so entranced by The Veil? Did The Veil exist before the Ministry of Magic? What exactly was Harry's plan if he discovered Voldemort in the Hall of Prophecy? Umbridge Suck Count, MVP of the Week and Rename The Chapter return! Quizzitch: What planet does not survive the battle in the Department of Mysteries? This week’s episode is sponsored by MeUndies (Underwear that’s so good, Dobby would never take it off his head! Get 15% off your first order and free shipping by going to MeUndies.com/MuggleCast (http://www.meundies.com/MuggleCast) )! Join our community at Patreon.com/MuggleCast (http://www.patreon.com/mugglecast) and receive magical benefits, including Bonus MuggleCast!
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At what point does one lasagna become two lasagnae?
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A basement fire leads to a wedding, a young man in Jamaica is obsessed with a comic book, a child from a strict home lets off steam with her two grandmothers and a protective father prepares to do battle with his kid’s school. Hosted by The Moth’s Senior Producer, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is […]
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Dhani Jones is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, former NFL linebacker, author, and TV host. He joins Lance to discuss COVID-19, Race in America, the importance of sports and a National Reset in the country.
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In this hour, stories of meeting one's idols. A signature turns into a mentorship, a chance to write a song for a revered musician, and heroes within the home. This hour is hosted by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the producer of this show. Storytellers: Valerie Walker, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Danny Artese, Elyse McInerney, Christian McBride
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All Together Now: Fridays with The Moth is a new weekly addition to our podcast, featuring stories suitable for ears of all ages. We'll also be sharing special prompts and questions to go with these stories to spark conversations - and hopefully stories of your own. Gather your friends and families, whether they're near or far, to come together virtually every Friday with The Moth. On this week’s episode, we kick off May’s theme “Identity”, with two stories about what our pets can teach us about ourselves. Hosted by Catherine Burns Storytellers: Annalise Raziq & Wilson Portorreal
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Humans typically take about 25,000 breaths per day — often without a second thought. We talk with journalist James Nestor about how breath work can affect your overall health. His book is 'Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art.'Jazz critic Kevin Whitehead looks at what he calls the "stock jazz-movie ending," a basic plot element subject to many variations.When living things cross into new territory, they are often viewed as threats. But science writer Sonia Shah, who has written a new book — 'The Next Great Migration' — says the "invaders" are just following biology.
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On this episode, we've got Jennifer Romolini, author of Weird in a World That's Not: A Career Guide for Misfits, and we're talking about painting a different picture of success, why titles don't matter, how to remain relevant in the workplace after 40, why impostor syndrome might be a lie, and more. Jenn's favorite product is Everyday Oil. Our show's Instagram is @eifpodcast and you can find Kim on her blog Girls of a Certain Age. 
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Toshi and adrienne break down Chapter 2 of Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower. The first trip outside the compound, the baptism, and our first window into hyperempathy. As always, questions for you (and your people) to discuss and consider. Support the production of this show on Patreon, at Octavia's Parables. Follow us on Twitter at @oparables
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We talk to Sydney to see how she's doing after having COVID, a follow-up to War of the Roses last week, Murder Monday, Loose Change Trivia, Weekend Genre Game, Spouse Weekend X Factor, and more!
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We chat with flavor chemist Dr. Arielle Johnson about how to eat a tree, how insects use flavor molecules to communicate and the science of taste and smell. Plus, Meathead Goldwyn teaches us how to grill perfect steaks; J. Kenji López-Alt investigates food expiration dates; and we make a no-fuss, all-flavor Spanish Almond Cake. Get this week's recipe, Spanish Almond Cake: https://www.177milkstreet.com/recipes/spanish-almond-cake-tarta-de-santiago
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Samwell II - the Blackbird to Braavos aka the One with the Baby Swap Reveal (4:18) Jaime II - the One where Jaime Argues with Everyone aka the Gang Sends Tywin Home (35:06) Cersei IV - Dwarf Head, Giant Skull aka the Queen’s New Council (1:15:29) The Iron Captain - the Gang Prepares to Moot aka the One with When Men See My Sails, They Pray (1:50:55) Support History of Westeros: bit.ly/howpatreon Flick Invite Link (PHONE ONLY): bit.ly/howflick Discord Invite Link: bit.ly/howdiscord Facebook group: bit.ly/howfb YouTube: bit.ly/howyoutube
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The word "plantation" pops up a lot in the food world – Plantation Mint Tea, Plantation Chicken, Plantation Rum. But it's not a culinary term. It doesn't indicate certain spices or cooking methods. So what are white people in food who use this word trying to evoke? Inspired by a piece by food writer Osayi Endolyn, we go on a mission to find out. In the process, we try to learn something about whiteness in America.  Transcript available at www.sporkful.com. This episode is from The Sporkful's archives. Normally, this episode and hundreds like it are only available with Stitcher Premium. But in these difficult times, we're releasing it for free — both to help our listeners through quarantine, and to say thanks for continuing to support our show. If you'd like to have access to our entire archive, you can sign up for Stitcher Premium at www.stitcherpremium.com/SPORKFUL, and use the promo code SPORKFUL for a special discount.
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When living things cross into new territory, they are often viewed as threats. But science writer Sonia Shah, who has written a new book — 'The Next Great Migration' — says the "invaders" are just following biology. Shah talks about the migration of people, animals and plants (especially due to climate change), and our misconceptions about "belonging."
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Relaxing Rain and Heavy Thunder Ambience for Sleep Subscribe to this podcast for more You can ask me what you would like to hear on iTunes or Apple Podcasts comments !  Please give to this podcast some stars to support it and continue ! ;) RSS : https://feed.ausha.co/B4NRsjGJLNZy (https://feed.ausha.co/B4NRsjGJLNZy) iTunes/Apple Podcasts : https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/asmr/id1434125195 (https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/asmr/id1434125195) Thanks for your comments and your ratings, you push me to continue this podcast ! 🙏
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Police shootings, mistaken arrests, and growing up Black / Brown in America. Snap presents amazing stories from people facing our nation’s original sin. 
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If you’ve been shopping from the same old list week after week, you might not know that even now, Trader Joe’s is introducing great new products every week. In this episode of Inside Trader Joe’s – a Shopping-List Short – we’re talking about new things that have come in recently, and more about to arrive at your neighborhood Trader Joe’s. Because even when life is unpredictable, one thing you can always count on is Trader Joe’s delivering great values on delicious stuff you won’t find anyw
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For the first time in Moth history, we are helping launch a new podcast, about ugly confessions from beautiful people. The Confessional is created and hosted by beloved Moth storyteller and friend, Nadia Bolz-Weber. This episode features an interview with software developer, Chris Schuhmacher. You can find more episodes of The Confessional on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. ——— “I came into software development relatively late in life. You know, I'm in my mid 40s and my training actually started in 2014 inside the walls of San Quentin.” Chris is the founder and developer of Fitness Monkey, an app that encourages the physical fitness of addicts in recovery.
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A wealthy elderly man asks Barton Drake to find out who’s trying to kill him. Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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In this hour, stories from Los Angeles. A divorced woman does a complete makeover on her lifestyle, an Air Force veteran describes what its like to be a member of The Honor Guard, a mourning woman looks for solace in swing dancing, a computer hacker messes with the algorithms of OKCupid. Storytellers: Carol Leifer, Adrian […]
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We're back after a week off and had one of our funnest episodes in a while. We had some technical issues causing us to miss last thursday, but will be posting every thursday from here on!! Thanks for listening and don't forget to follow everyone on instagram!!
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Here in the US, we're not used to needing to cover half of our faces in public, but if you look at the other side of the world, it's a different story. In parts of Asia, wearing a mask in response to the coronavirus pandemic was a totally easy and normal adjustment. Rebecca Kanthor is a reporter based in Shanghai who has lived in China for the past 17 years, and she tells us why the culture behind masks developed so differently there, and the doctor who started it all. Plus, we look at the manufacturers who pivoted to make products that are in short supply because of the pandemic. Masking for a Friend We have a book coming out!!! Check out The 99% Invisible City here.
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/StrangeTales546.mp3 This week our Strange Tale comes from Escape. We'll hear their episode from September 5, 1948, Dream Of Armageddon. Download StrangeTales546 Strange Tales is made possible by your support. If you're able to help out, you'll find more info at donate.relicradio.com. Thank you!
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Agatha Christie’s The Murder on the Links. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology at University of California, Berkeley, where he directs the Berkeley Social Interaction Lab. He is also the founder and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center. and host of the podcast The Science of Happiness. He is the author of The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence (2017), Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, (2009) and a slew of academic books and scientific articles.
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Sure, Chef Tom Colicchio is an Emmy-winning restaurateur but he’s also a food advocate on a mission to improve our food systems. In this first episode, Tom talks about his vision for the show and the way the pandemic has highlighted the delicate and inflexible nature of the American food web. Tom calls up friend and food policy go-to, Dr. Marion Nestle (Food Politics) to outline a few of the major issues we'll look into this season.  Resources “Table For None: Tom Colicchio Explains What Restaurants Need To Survive,” Fresh Air “In the Face of COVID-19, State Legislators Push for Federal Support of Local Food Systems,” Civil Eats A Place At The Table, 2013 documentary
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dueling soundboards? yeah, its summer alirhgt 
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You’ve seen the news: vegetable seeds are selling out. All that quarantine ennui has combined with anxiety about the gaps on supermarket shelves to create a whole new population of city farmers in backyards and windowsills across America. And everyone from the Los Angeles Times to Forbes to CBS has dubbed these brand new beds of beets and broccoli "COVID-19 Victory Gardens." But what war is your pot of basil fighting? This episode, historian Anastasia Day helps us explore the history of urban gardening movements—and shatter some of the nostalgic myths about those original World War II-era Victory Gardens. One thing is true: in 1943, more than 43 percent of the fresh produce eaten by all Americans came from Victory Gardens. So, can a combination of vegetable patches, community gardens, and urban farms help feed cities today? Or is growing food in the city just a feel-good distraction from the bigger problems in our food system? And does the hype about high-tech vertical farms live up to environmental and economic reality? Listen in as farmers and activists Leah Penniman and Tepfirah Rushdan, food writer Tamar Haspel, and researchers Neil Mattson and Raychel Santo help us dig in to the science on urban agriculture, and harvest some answers—as well as a tomato or two.
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It’s Pride season and on this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT, the intersection of queerness and horror is explored and celebrated. Special guest, subject of the award-winning documentary SCREAM, QUEEN! MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STRET and star of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 2: FREDDY'S REVENGE, Mark Patton joins us for a fascinating conversation about the 1980’s, Hollywood, horror and healing. We discuss Queer coding, the Hays Code and the outrageous film THE OLD DARK HOUSE. Our Haunting of History takes us through the dreamscape and into the Twilight Zone!
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主播 |李叔 小伙子 嘉宾 |杨原 |Song List| 黄霑 - 开心做出戏 我们再次邀请到了北京社科院满学所的杨原博士,这回来跟大家聊聊清宫里太监那些事。 提到太监,我们在各种文艺作品中都见过不少,在民间中更是流传着很多关于太监的秘闻。那么在真实的历史中、特别是清朝,太监究竟是什么样的一个群体?他们从哪里来,如何净身入宫,入宫之后干什么活,是不是像传说中那样的很有势力?居然有的太监还有老婆孩子,甚至会因为前妻犯案自己受到牵连?太监老了之后又将何去何从?请收听本期节目给您慢慢道来。
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Get ready for the second half of Chapter 17 of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Educational Decree Number Twenty-Four!   Check it out for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more!  www.swishflickcast.com   We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast 1675 E. Main Street Ste 177 Kent, Ohio 44240    Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043   Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about JK Rowling's Wizarding World. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures!   Become a patron for exclusive podcast perks such as access to The Felix Files, giveaways, live hangouts, & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast   You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast   Thanks so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...
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This week's episode is all about moments of truth. Our three slam stories are about awakenings, life-changing choices and everything in between. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. Storytellers: Tim Sommers, Emma Becker, Kathleen Sheffer
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The first branch of the Mabinogion, the epic collection of Welsh legends
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A Muslim doctor moves his family to a small, rural, Midwestern town. To his surprise, they fit right in... and then came the 2016 presidential election. Season 11 - Episode 18
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Phoebe reads a chapter a day of Agatha Christie’s The Murder on the Links. Our other shows are Criminal and This is Love. Donate to Phoebe Reads a Mystery.
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I talk about how its ok to not be ok, cut yourself some slack, give yourself some grace, and be sad.
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In this week's mini-sode we answer a listener question about the history of the wedding garter and examine how wedding traditions of the Middle Ages and Renaissance relate to customs practiced today. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Since her explosive 2018 Netflix special, 'Nanette,' Gadsby has been trying to adjust to her newfound success. We talk about her autism diagnosis, growing up in Tasmania, and her new special, 'Douglas.' Also, book critic Maureen Corrigan reviews Nancy McKinley's road trip novel 'St. Christopher on Pluto.'
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Journalist Jamiles Lartey ​writes about criminal justice, race and policing for the non-profit news organization 'The Marshall Project.' ​Terry Gross spoke with Lartey about systemic racism in American policing and how we might begin to rethink these systems. "Policing wasn't always this way. It wasn't always this big. It wasn't always this bureaucratic," he says. "Sometimes as a society, you need to rethink institutions."Film critic Justin Chang reviews Spike Lee's new movie, 'Da 5 Bloods,' a twist on a Vietnam War saga. It's now on Netflix.'SNL' castmember Pete Davidson plays a fictionalized version of himself in the new movie 'The King of Staten Island.' The film, directed by Judd Apatow, draws on Davidson's real life experience of losing his own father, a 9/11 First Responder. Davidson and Apatow spoke with Terry Gross about the film and healing from trauma.
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Elizabeth considers her options and Freddie is up to his neck in it.
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With SX wrapped up we have plenty of listener questions that need tending to, so let's get at em.
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In 'The Splendid And The Vile,' author Erik Larson details Churchill's first year in office, during which England endured a Nazi bombing campaign that killed more than 44,000 civilians. Larson says Churchill told his citizens the truth and inspired them to resist. (Originally Broadcast March, 2020)Lloyd Schwartz shares a collection of songs by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong that's particularly soothing right now.
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Your Hosts: Brandon, Howard, and Dan with special guest David Weber David Weber joined us at NASFIC to talk about the importance of risking failure on any path (especially a writer’s path) to success–whether you’re risking rejection in the submission process, or the possibility that the book you write won’t be the amazing thing you’ve been imagining. If you’re currently feeling the need to be out of excuses, this episode might be exactly what you’re looking for. Credits: This episode was recorded live at NASFIC by Dan Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson
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"White people are comfortable anywhere," says restaurateur Andy Shallal. "In order for a black person to walk into a space, there need to be signals that say, 'You're welcome.'" In this week's show we decode those signals, which include the decor and music, the staff and other customers, and more. These codes tell you what kind of place a restaurant is, and whether it's for you. So what happens when a restaurant uses these signals to bring certain people in, and keep others out? This week we visit three very different restaurants in Washington D.C. to talk with the owners and customers about the different signals these places send, and what those codes can tell us about larger questions of race and culture. This episode is co-hosted by writer and reporter Kat Chow, formerly of the NPR podcast and blog Code Switch. Note: This episode first aired four years ago. We know that many of us can’t go to restaurants right now, but we think the questions it raises are bigger than restaurants, and remain very relevant today. Get 500+ more great Sporkful episodes from our catalog and lots of other Stitcher goodness when you sign up for Stitcher Premium: www.StitcherPremium.com/Sporkful (promo code: SPORKFUL). Transcript available at www.sporkful.com.
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Kualoa Ranch hosts cattle, oysters, cacao, Godzilla footprints, Kong bones, and tourists aplenty. We speak with Kualoa's Director of Diversified Agriculture & Land Stewardship about building a sustainable ranch among the bounty and challenges Oahu offers. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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This week, Burnell Cotlon demonstrates how to recover and rebuild after loss, in his story about returning to the Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina. Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness Storytellers: Burnell Cotlon