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Thirty years ago, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights, a car accident set off four days of unrest. Two people died. Dozens were injured. Hundreds were arrested. In this Pineapple Street Studios series, journalist Collier Meyerson explores what came to be known as the “Crown Heights Riot.” It’s a story about immigration, New York City’s first Black mayor, the rise of Rudy Giuliani, and the Lubavitch Jewish and Caribbean-American communities sitting at the center of it all. To Meyers ...
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
On How Brands Are Built, branding professionals get into the details of what they do and how they do it. Other podcasts about branding focus on news, opinion, and high-level theory. They can give you a 30,000-foot view of branding; How Brands Are Built is where the rubber meets the road. In each episode, Rob Meyerson, a San Francisco-based brand strategist, interviews other strategists, designers, writers, namers, and researchers to help you understand how brands are really built.
 
The Wild Life Club is a showcase of multiple formats exhibiting people from all walks of life who live their own interpretation of the wildest life they could possibly imagine. The Program so far is as follows; Episode 1: Warriors on the Ocean, Captain Adam Meyerson of Ocean Warrior, Sea Shepherds newest vessel in fleet. Episode 2: Dream Chasers, with Chip Richards, ex Olympic Mogul Ski Coach.
 
Pathfinder is Payload’s flagship podcast covering the booming business and pressing policy matters of space. We sit down weekly with the top shot-callers in space to keep you informed, entertained, and up-to date on the top news and trends beyond Earth. In this ~45-minute, talk show-style podcast, Pathfinder host Ryan Duffy interviews astronauts, administrators, founders, CEOs, military minds, policymakers, and more.
 
Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, who you might know as the co-founders of the website Of a Kind (RIP!) or the co-authors of the book Work Wife, are all about discovery and enthusiasm. We've heard this weekly podcast described as a 'unique mix of urgent discussions of non-urgent things and thoughtful discussions of important, and often otherwise ignored, things,' and we're very much on board with that take.
 
Host Dan Turchin, PeopleReign CEO and InsightFinder advisor, explores how AI is changing the workplace. He interviews thought leaders across high-tech who share their experiences and insights about artificial intelligence and what it means to be human in the era of AI-driven automation. Learn more about InsightFinder, the system of intelligence for IT Operations: http://www.insightfinder.com. Learn more about PeopleReign, the AI platform for employee service: http://www.peoplereign.io
 
Want to know what it takes to design logos and brand identities? In the Logo Geek podcast, award winning logo design expert Ian Paget finds out by interviewing successful graphic designers and entrepreneurs around the world so you can learn from their experiences. Topics include logo design tips, getting clients, how much to charge, coming up with ideas, choosing fonts, portfolio mistakes, branding, online marketing and so much more!
 
The Best Music Podcast is your podcast for immediately actionable music advice for music students of any instrument, voice, or musical discipline like producing, music theory, and ear training. Your host Dan Spencer has two #1 Best-Selling music books on Amazon and is the founder of Best Music Coach, an online platform for taking live music lessons with expert and patient coaches in real-time with a customized video chat feature made for music lessons. For interviews, Dan breaks down the sec ...
 
Do you happen to have [10 min] to spare? Do you want to get inspired? No matter what career you are in, it's important to “Keep Innovation Alive.” The concept behind this show was born out of the pandemic lockdown. When the world screeched to a grinding halt, your host, Bill Nottingham, developed this show concept in order to keep the "Innovative Spirit" front and center. During each episode, Bill invites guests to share stories where they've overcome obstacles through innovative thinking an ...
 
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During the quarantine, Zibby hosted a live talk show on Instagram Live daily at 11 am EST with one to four live author interviews per day, plus a weekly live show, KZ Time, with her husband, producer Kyle Owens. She interviewed 150+ authors about their upcoming or recent releases. Her show, Z-IGTV, ended up winning multiple awards.
 
As runners and in life, we set ever-increasing goals and peaks to achieve. We face ever-widening obstacles and gaps to overcome. Embracing our challenges and celebrating our successes. Tune in and listen to discussions on running, endurance sports, triathlons, race events and nutrition + ways to improve your life physically, mentally and spiritually, all from the perspective of the endurance athlete. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wol-runners-podcast/support
 
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Harold Meyerson comments on Tuesday's historic testimony by Cassidy Hutchinson - and on the Supreme Court and abortion.also: In understanding the January 6 insurrection, much of the focus has been on white nationalist militias like the Proud Boys. But white evangelicals also played a big part on January 6. Sarah Posner, author of Unholy: How White …
 
Chad Meyerson joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share everything from developing non-conventional ecommerce strategy that converts, to how he’s managing supply chain challenges in 2022. In this episode you’ll learn: How Chad handles inventory challenges and unpredictable supply chain surprises. Everything you need to know about implementing a ‘try bef…
 
Chicago Reader columnist Ben Joravsky was kind enough to invite me on his show this week—we talked Wednesday, the podcast was published Saturday—to answer questions about how and why I do what I do for Chicago Public Square. I was honored along the way to express my admiration for columnists Neil Steinberg and Robert Feder, Reader critic Jack Helbi…
 
Welcome to Pathfinder, a new weekly show where Payload Managing Editor Ryan Duffy sits down with the shot-callers in space to discuss all the top news and trends beyond Earth. Pathfinder is brought to you by SpiderOak Mission Systems, an industry leader in space cybersecurity. Check out their space cybersecurity white paper here. In Pathfinder #000…
 
Insta @kevinharrisproject https://www.kevinharrisproject.com #46 Kevin Harris — Piano | Thought Before Action Kevin Harris plays a distinctive combination of traditional and contemporary music that seeks to celebrate the musical influences of Thelonious Monk and Miles Davis intersecting with J.S. Bach, Scott Joplin, and the folkloric African rhythm…
 
Welcome to the fifth episode of Pathfinder, a weekly show where Payload managing editor and host Ryan Duffy sits down with the top shot-callers in space. Pathfinder is brought to you by SpiderOak Mission Systems — www.spideroak-ms.com — an industry leader in space cybersecurity. Check out the company’s space cybersecurity white paper here. On Pathf…
 
More incidents of road rage. People are now smoking on the subway. Early 2021 saw the highest number of “unruly passenger” incidents in airline history, according to the FAA. It seems people are acting stranger than ever. But what’s behind all of this? Olga Khazan, a staff writer at The Atlantic, wrote about this very topic. She joins WITHpod to di…
 
Michael Wieder joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share how Lalo is running a distributed company for parents, by parents, while prioritizing ‘doing the right thing’ over all else. In this episode you’ll learn: How Michael approaches product seeding with celebrities and influencers by treating them like family. How Lalo tripled the size of their distri…
 
We’re wise enough to know it’s about time for a ~wisdom~ ep. We share our feelings about feeling our age and some excellent advice we caught about living with a little longing. Some readings that impacted how we’ve been navigating aging include Being Mortal by Atul Gawande, Casey Johnston’s Swole Woman program, Cheryl Wischover’s “What Changed When…
 
In this special episode, we unpack the controversy surrounding the sentient chatbot that "worries about its future". Google engineer Blake Lemoine published a transcript of a conversation with the chatbot LaMDA that generated strong reactions from technologists and AI ethicists. It conjured images from science fiction movies that always capture the…
 
This week's hearings of the Jan. 6 committee have been powerful and devastating in laying out the evidence of Trump's crimes, first in pressuring state officials to alter election results, and then in pressuring the Justice Department to declare the elections corrupted. John Nichols comments.Plus: Republicans have opened another front in the cultur…
 
How do you appropriately integrate into an office as an owner or as an associate? On this episode we rejoin Dr. Suzanne Ebert, Vice President, Dental Practice and Relationship Management for ADA Business Innovations Group with the ADA Practice Transitions (ADAPT). We discuss the complex process of integrating into an office. ADAPT helps you, new as…
 
Welcome to the fourth episode of Pathfinder, a weekly show where Payload managing editor and host Ryan Duffy sits down with the top shot-callers in space. Pathfinder is brought to you by SpiderOak Mission Systems — www.spideroak-ms.com — an industry leader in space cybersecurity. Check out their space cybersecurity white paper at www.spacecyber.com…
 
Trigger warning: This episode contains mentions of sexual and physical abuse. For nearly the past year, Canadian journalist Connie Walker has been working on an investigation into her father's experience at St. Michael's Indian Residential School in Canada. The story is told as part of “Stolen: Surviving St. Michael’s,” a series available exclusive…
 
Today we’re answering a listener question that we’ve been asking ourselves our whole lives: How TF does one get dressed (and, you know, feel good about what they’re wearing)? Also: We grapple with the big challenges we’re having with small talk. For those looking for a tailor in NYC, Mend Tailoring and Alteration Specialists do house calls, and Sil…
 
Kevin Dewalt, CEO of Prolego, built his first neural net at Stanford in 1995 after graduating from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. He popularized the term "AI abundance" to describe the path of exponential technologies and how AI adoption is five years from becoming mainstream. He now applies 25 years of studying AI to help organizations embrace the …
 
Harold Meyerson comments on the most striking revelation of the Jan. 6 hearings thus far, especially the Proud Boys going straight to the capitol instead of to Trump's speech at the 'Stop the Steal' rally.Also: The recall of Chesa Boudin, the progressive prosecutor in San Francisco, has been taken by pundits everywhere to require the Democrats to a…
 
You could trace the evolution of the news business through Jim DeRogatis’ career arc over the last 35 years—as he’s moved from print to broadcast to online and podcasting, and from employer-supported to audience-funded journalism. And along the way, he broke one of the biggest stories in music history. He joins hosts Sheila Solomon and Charlie Meye…
 
Welcome to the third episode of Pathfinder, a weekly show where Payload managing editor and host Ryan Duffy sits down with the top shot-callers in space. Pathfinder is brought to you by SpiderOak Mission Systems — www.spideroak-ms.com — an industry leader in space cybersecurity. Check out their space cybersecurity white paper at www.spacecyber.com …
 
“Identity politics” polarizes discourse about virtually every aspect of contemporary political life. But what exactly is it, and what role does “elite capture” play in how it has come to be understood? Olúfẹ́mi Táíwò is a philosopher, assistant professor at Georgetown University and author of several books, including “Elite Capture: How the Powerfu…
 
Colm Mackin joins the Wavebreak Podcast to break down how he and his wife grew an interesting idea few people were thinking about into a successful business. In this episode you’ll learn: The details behind Colm’s previous career structuring investments for hedge funds and Helen’s previous career as a competitive hair stylist. The story from Fashio…
 
So you picked a travel destination…and then what? We’re sharing the (only somewhat insane!) steps we take and the resources we love for planning a vacation. Also: Let’s spend a moment discussing the late nineties/early aughts trends that are re-catching our eyes and the ones we think we won’t wear again. Some reflections on the Miu Miu skirt ℅ this…
 
Giselle Mota, Future of Work principal at ADP, overcame dyslexia and discovered passions for math and AI. Her parents immigrated from the Dominican Republic and taught Giselle the power of perseverance. Now she speaks frequently to global audiences about the importance of using AI responsibly to hire and nurture talent. Listen and learn... How AI a…
 
[It’s been a while since we dove into the archives. But now that hour’s come round at last—again.] In 1995, the comic book industry was approaching what later became known as “the Great Comics Crash of 1996”—triggered in part by Marvel Comics’ 1994 purchase of the business’ third-largest distributor, converting it to distribute Marvel’s stuff exclu…
 
The results of Tuesday’s primaries in L.A. and San Francisco, according to the New York Times, were “a stark warning to the Democratic Party about the potency of law and order as a political message in 2022.” Harold Meyerson disagrees. Also: our preview of the live TV hearings of the House committee on the January 6 insurrection.Plus: Also: Abortio…
 
This episode is sponsored by The Perfect Match, a game where designers submit mood boards created using Adobe Stock assets. If your skilful project is chosen, you will be featured on Adobe's monthly live streaming game show with other talented designers, art directors, and creatives, where the winner goes home with $1000!…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Ricardo Padilla, the program director of the Oral and Maxillofacial Advanced Education Program at UNC Adams School of Dentistry. He gives insight into his story and shares his thoughts for those within the oral health profession. If you have any suggestions for future episodes, questions, or comments please contact …
 
There are more guns than cars in the United States. And studies show that gun sales go up following mass shootings. We had a different episode planned for this week, but given the marked rise in gun violence, we pivoted. This week’s guest spent 30 years as a leader at one of America’s most popular gun companies. Ryan Busse is a former firearms exec…
 
Natanel Bigger joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share the playbook he uses to build modern luxury brands. In this episode you’ll learn: How Nate’s unique background building some of the most well known brands in the world has helped him scale Monpure London. What modern luxury brands look like in 2022, how they’ve evolved over the years, and how luxu…
 
Guest Thingies from Emma Straub—what a treat! If you haven’t read her many charming novels, start with her latest, This Time Tomorrow, and if you haven’t patronized her beloved Brooklyn bookstore Books Are Magic, we know you’re aching to remedy that. First up: business/money advice we’ve gotten that’s as quippy as it is useful. Emma’s Thingies: ski…
 
Harish Batlapenumarthy always believed culture is more important than anything else at work. He and the team at Emtropy Labs set out to identify how groups communicate in companies using machine learning. They ultimately landed on listening to customer feedback to automatically generate insights into customer experience metrics like churn risk. Lis…
 
We’re bringing you something special this week. We’re introducing a new podcast produced by Radiotopia and PRX, called Oprahdemics – which tries to understand Oprah Winfrey’s impact on our culture. On Oprahdemics… historians, best friends, and Oprah obsessives Kellie Carter Jackson and Leah Wright Rigueur are going through their picks for the most …
 
This week’s transformative Chicago City Council development—the historic livestream video presentation of a committee meeting—brings to mind a time when the council was maddeningly tough to follow. In 1988, I was a newbie City Hall reporter for WXRT-FM. It was an assignment I relished not—partly because the council’s procedures were bewilderingly o…
 
Prepping to watch The Trial of the Chicago 7 on Netflix, I revisited my Sept. 16, 1994, interview with The 7’s defense lawyer, William Kunstler, who told me then that the trial “changed me totally. … “I never knew what it was to really fight until I watched Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Dave Dellinger, Hayden and so on fight in a courtroom—do things …
 
Harold Meyerson comments on the LA Mayoral race, where the police union is spending millions to defeat Karen Bass.Also: the coming end of constitutional protection for abortion gives us a lot of work to do–Katha Pollitt explains.And Lynn Garafola talks about "an Amazon of the Avant-Garde," the ballet dancer who went from revolutionary Russia to Kie…
 
https://linktr.ee/AristocratsBand Website: the-aristocrats-band.com Facebook: facebook.com/aristocratsband Twitter: twitter.com/acratsband YouTube: youtube.com/user/aristocratsbandboing Instagram: instagram.com/thearistocratsband/ Bryan Beller has maintained a multi-faceted career as a bassist, composer, solo artist and clinician for over 25 years,…
 
Welcome to Pathfinder, a new weekly show where Payload Managing Editor Ryan Duffy sits down with the top shot-callers in space. In Pathfinder #0001, we speak with Michael Suffredini, president and CEO of Axiom Space. Axiom is a Houston-based space startup unicorn. Axiom is building a space station, brokering private spaceflight missions with SpaceX…
 
Freedom House’s annual Freedom in the World survey notes that liberalism has rapidly declined each year for the last 16 years. And its precipitous downturn is more evident now than ever amid waning respect for individual rights, increased growth of autocracies and most recently in the seismic Russian invasion of Ukraine. Decades ago, political scie…
 
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