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Legendary drag queens Delta Work and Raja bring a lifetime of drag experience to the podcast world to talk about beauty, culture, and unforgettable moments from their club days. This one-of-a-kind oral archive of Drag History will be pored over for years to come. Just like one of those late 90’s nights in the back room of Peanuts on Santa Monica Blvd, yeah girl, it’s… Very That! Produced by Forever Dog and Moguls of Media.
 
A podcast dedicated to everything music. Each episode we will delve into different creators, albums, artists, and the amazing people behind the music you love. Every month we'll focus on a single artist and discuss their discography of work. You can look forward to album reviews, histories of your favorite bands and artists, breakdowns of songs, top 10's and rankings, and much more! Welcome to Buttermilk Blvd, I hope you enjoy the show. Subscribe to Buttermilk Blvd, share the podcast with yo ...
 
St. Joe Community Church primarily serves the residents of Fort Wayne, Indiana through preaching and teaching based on the Bible. St. Joe Community Church is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention, a fellowship of 47,000 cooperating churches that are home to 15 million members and over five million weekly worshipers. Pastor Greg Byman earned his bachelor's degree from Ball State University and his Masters of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, T ...
 
This page contains weekly audios for the world from the All Nations Radio Weekly Bible Study in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA. Held in the open cafeteria area (Camillie's, etc.), 825 Research Parkway (near 700 N. Lincoln Blvd., 16 Blocks South of the Oklahoma State Capitol Building. 12:10-12:50. Come join us in person.
 
North Central Church of Christ in Indianapolis, Indiana is located near the intersection of E. 86th and Westfield Blvd. The Senior Minister at North Central is Stephen Kenney. North Central exists to glorify God by fostering transformed lives in the image of Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. For more information: www.nccoc.org
 
Backstage at Tilles Center provides listeners with an exclusive behind the scenes peak at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post. Learn what it takes to put on a performance on stage, and hear plenty of backstage stories along the way! Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post in Brookville, is Long Island’s premier concert hall. For 37 years, Tilles Center has been host to more than 70 performances each season by world-renowned artists in music, theater and dance. Til ...
 
Elliot DeHoyos always lifts the crowds with his live DJ sets, always pushing the music boundaries, always taking you on that musical journey. DeHoyos' music is known for his blend of styles from Tech House to Melodic House, Techno to Deep House. The common thread is his driving percussive rhythm that vibrates a unique Global sound. Elliot's driving beats and rhythms have earned him residencies at New York’s top premier clubs, such as XL Lounge, Avalon in (New York), Club Deep and SBNY, as we ...
 
Truth or Dare is a monthly stand-up show where the audience writes down truth or dares, that we, your hosts do live on stage in between some very talented comics! Please join us at the Virgil every third FRIDAY. 4519 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles CA.
 
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Jesus isn’t talking about some subjective experience, some inconvenience, like being near-sighted or having an uncle whose an overbearing loudmouth nobody wants to sit next to at Thanksgiving dinner. The cross is something we decide to bear, something we take up, not some physical infirmity, our aches and pains. This is a voluntary thing, not somet…
 
The fantasy daydreamers have some shocking starts and sits for week one of the 2021 season, and they preview the next hot NFL band. Website: daydreamermedia.com Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/daydreamermedia Instagram: @day_dreamermedia Twitter: @FFDayDreamers Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UC9Rrycgd7sodp2zHOLb83tw/featured Watch us Live Monday a…
 
On this holiday rebroadcast, Greater LA looks at the history of Roslyndale Avenue, a tiny working-class street in the San Fernando Valley that became famous thanks to the film “Back to the Future.” Also, Pico Boulevard is named after Don Pio de Jesus Pico — a real estate baron who became a penniless gambler.…
 
This album is an adventure. It's not just heavy, it's weighted, it's a gravitational pull and it's a heck of an album. This week we talk about the amazing 2021 album by Darko US, the self-titled, Darko. You should check it out if you like things that are good. Hey make sure you support your artists too. Be good people Darko US website/store: https:…
 
Flying cars are coming to LA, possibly as early as 2023. The “urban air mobility” industry sees the city as an ideal place to build highways in the skies, but there are safety and regulatory hurdles aplenty, and even sky highways won’t cure LA’s congestion problems. Also, you’ve likely seen an old couch or bedside table sitting idly on a sidewalk i…
 
The LA City Council has passed a motion that aims to curb street racing. According to City Council member Monica Rodriguez, the motion would push multiple government agencies to roll out traffic calming measures like street humps and curb extensions. Then, GLA breaks down local reactions to Gov. Gavin Newsom defeating his opponents in the recall el…
 
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash is cultivating native plant species in its nursery — as a way to preserve its indigenous culture. Extreme heat is causing preterm pregnancies and even infant death in some cases. A new bill would allow farmworkers to cast remote votes in union elections, and it’s awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature.…
 
To paraphrase Philip and Elizabeth Jennings’ new/old handler Gabriel, “Podcasting and timeliness in many ways are antithetical.” After a series of delays, Paul and Arlo are back with guest of honor Wesley “Wezzo” Mead to continue their discussion of Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields’ modern classic spy drama The Americans. This time, they’re taking a lo…
 
The first week of the 2021 season is here and so is the 50th episode ofThe Fantasy Daydreamers podcast. They mark the momentous occasion by giving you their biggest Week 1 takeaways (6:30), their love/hate moments of the week (16:00) and their best waiver wire pickups to help you win in week 2 (23:30). Website: daydreamermedia.com Support us on Pat…
 
California’s recall election has been powered by some small business owners who are disgruntled about pandemic-era restrictions and pessimistic about the state’s future. But in a state where Democrats outnumber Republican registered voters two to one, is there a path toward victory? Plus, LA police officers are collecting social media data on every…
 
Raja tells us how she gets bougie when it comes to laundry. Delta walks us through her process when it comes to spending money. Delta and Raja give some heartfelt advice to all the bad bitches out there. And the girls plan a thrift store party bus that everyone is going to want to ride. Listen to Very That Ad-Free AND One Day Early on Forever Dog P…
 
One of the most quotable campfests ever to hit the screen, Robert Aldrich's Whatever Happened To Baby Jane pitted two Hollywood titans against each other and launched the careers of countless drag queens in the process! In this week's podcast, we discuss Bette vs Joan, bizarre sub-plots, pitiful escape attempts and much more! ----- Beyond the Box S…
 
Exodus 20:17; Phillippians 4:10-13 ESVDonald Carson, Editor, The New Bible CommentaryESV Greek ToolsESV Study BibleIVP Bible Background CommentaryDietrich Bonhoeffer, God is In the MangerHenrik Ibsen, The Wild DuckTimothy Keller, Logos Sermon ArchiveCS Lewis, Mere ChristianityCS Lewis, The Screwtape LettersPaul Tripp, New Morning MerciesNT Wright, …
 
Wildfires are often sparked by residents struggling with homelessness. LA County recently banned encampments in some of the highest fire risk areas. Homeowners in Topanga Canyon are glad, but some of their unhoused neighbors don’t want to leave. Also, LAUSD announced today that all students ages 12 and up must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 b…
 
UCSB classes are just two weeks away, and students are using words like “desperate” and “abandoned” to describe their search for housing. Some hope the school can provide motel rooms, while others are planning to live in their cars or quit school altogether. More than two dozen street medicine programs in California hope a new state bill will allow…
 
The Seafair mega yacht is a 222-foot-long vessel docked by the Hotel Intercontinental that can be rented out for weddings, bar mitzvahs, quinceañeras, corporate conferences and special events. On July 31, it was chartered for a Bitcoin Rodney “Mastermind” cryptocurrency conference. The event was attended by hundreds of cryptocurrency entrepreneurs …
 
It’s easy to turn on the tap and take things for granted. Our drinking water is pumped, aerated, chemically processed, filtered and piped in the Biscayne Aquifer, a shallow layer of permeable limestone roughly 100 feet underground. Approximately 4,000 square miles beneath Biscayne Bay, the Atlantic Ocean and Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach count…
 
In this world we are constantly surrounded by temptations and it is challenging to display self-control. However, self-control in the Biblical sense is not about our own self-reliance, but on choosing to give up trying to control things to surrender them to God. Ps. Tyler Zabor talks about how self-control that comes from the Holy Spirit will lead …
 
What happens when a regularly scheduled episode gets regularly postponed? A freestyle, that’s what! In lieu of talking about The Americans season 3, Paul and Arlo talk about...well, whatever the fuck they want to talk about. Paul’s angry, Arlo’s drunk, it’s an angry drunken ramble! “Topics” of “discussion” include dumb reality shows like Clash of C…
 
It’s September, and Miami Spice is halfway done. Have you had a chance to check out any specials? The two-months-long event runs through Sept. 30, giving savvy foodies an opportunity to eat well and save big. As part of this annual promotion, participating restaurants across the city are offering discounted multicourse lunch and dinner menus. With …
 
Have you ever seen two squirrels fight? I know – it’s such odd imagery, but as a landlocked kid from Texas, these little animals were at times my entertainment. Think about it. Their little twitchy tails do a dance-like tussle until one of them prevails in getting away, preferably with the prize of an acorn. Sometimes, this is what parenting feels …
 
A multi-million dollar grant will expand Judy Baca’s iconic mural called “The Great Wall of Los Angeles” and invest in the area surrounding it. A nonprofit in Pasadena is helping formerly incarcerated firefighters find jobs after getting released. And some Orange County supervisors are making it tough for public health officials to answer questions…
 
The fantasy daydreamers get caught between players leading them to a land of dreams and those injecting them with nightmare fuel plus the first fantasy bet of the 2021 season! Draft Guide V3 OUT NOW!!! on daydremermedia.com/fantasydaydreamersdraftguide Website: daydreamermedia.com Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/daydreamermedia Instagram: @day_d…
 
Delta and Raja tell the secrets about some of their best fashion finds. Raja tells about how much she loves to party while going through the annals of the inbox. Delta learns about Telfar Global. And the Very That divas take a trip to Denver in this week's "See Something" photo. Listen to Very That Ad-Free AND One Day Early on Forever Dog Plus Send…
 
One of two Volcano-based hits released in 1997, Dantes Peak is a solid B-movie that unites two major franchise stars of the era; James Bond's Pierce Brosnan and Terminator icon Linda Hamilton. On this week's podcast we discuss Volcano science, intrepid dogs, why grandma absolutely deserved to die and much more - plus sequels, drinking games and lis…
 
I believe this Syrophoenician woman challenges us to encounter newness and change not as a threat, but as God trying to break in among us and stretch our understanding of how big this welcome is we’re supposed to be giving, how expansive is the vision of just who God wants to offer hospitality to. So, here’s what I think: We ought to be asking ours…
 
Hawaii is experiencing its highest number of COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths since the pandemic began. Despite the governor’s plea to avoid traveling to the islands, visitors continue to flock there, especially those from Southern California. Plus, a new book reveals how popular fast food chains and restaurants started in Southern Califor…
 
Federal unemployment benefits and supplements are ending on September 4. Where does this leave folks who can’t find a job or are reluctant to return to public-facing positions such as restaurant servers? Also, vaccine mandates are popping up at companies, universities, and government offices across California. Employees can opt out for medical reas…
 
With California’s housing shortage, some politicians want to tinker with zoning laws to build denser, multi-family housing in more areas. Two bills passed in the state legislature last week would do that, and they’re sparking a heated debate. Also, the Whale Safe program from UC Santa Barbara's Benioff Ocean Initiative aims to cut down on ship-whal…
 
The fantasy daydreamers do some safe betting in Vegas, make a pit stop in Scotland to encounter a mythical pass catcher and see a “super” player in hotlanta on their tight end world tour. Come join the epic fantasy football adventure! Draft Guide V3 out Sep. 1 on daydremermedia.com/fantasydaydreamersdraftguide Website: daydreamermedia.com Support u…
 
During the first week of LAUSD’s new semester, about 6500 students were sent home because they tested positive for COVID-19 or were around someone who tested positive. That’s roughly one in every 70 students. Some parents are applauding the rigorous testing and contact tracing, but others call it overboard and disruptive to education.…
 
That Sipple you like is going to come back in style. It’s been a long while--we’re talking pre-pandemic here--but Eric Sipple is finally making their return to this humble little podcast. Author of Broken Magic and one-third of the Deli Counter of Justice braintrust, Eric tells Paul and Arlo all about their new YA fantasy novel Mimesis--including t…
 
Delta and Raja have purses on their brain as Raja realizes she needs a better handbag collection. Then Delta and Raja advise some very ambitious listeners on how to live life to the fullest. Delta is still upset there's no sugar-free Pumpkin Spice. And Raja has lots to say about this week's "Say Something" photo. Listen to Very That Ad-Free AND One…
 
My ill-fated attempt to induct Harry into the joys of classic cinema continues with Mildred Pierce, the Oscar-winning film noir that provided a much-needed comeback vehicle for Joan Crawford. Tune in to hear our thoughts on bad police work, Streisand-esque lighting, intimidating shoulder pads and much more! ---- Beyond the Box Set is a movie podcas…
 
But Jesus knows the dangers of sounding righteous and pure, while you’re secretly wallowing in cruelty and exclusion—of saying one thing in the breathy tones of piety or patriotism, while simultaneously doing what you need to in order to retain power and influence. In other words, you better get it right on the inside first … because the inside is …
 
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