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Boys in Bolos

Jeff Elie and Jarrett Carpenter

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Join Jarrett and Jeff, two Premier League fans in America, on a weekly recap of the English Premier League. Recording from the Rat Tail Bunker and Barbershop Studio, weekly guests join the Boys to recount the Premier League season’s drama as it unfolds.
 
Do you worry that you’re not enough—not good enough, successful enough, or thin enough?Do you ever wonder if your self-worth hinges too strongly on your weight or your athletic performance? Real Fit is for women like you. You can expect conversations with remarkable women athletes where we get real about issues like body image, impostor syndrome, and empowerment. My goal is to share stories that will inspire you to be your best self and to and let you know you're not alone.
 
Join Dave and Elise every week for a buggy-ride of cinematic exploration. A bilingual Montreal native and a Prairies hayseed gravitate to Toronto for the film culture, meet on OK Cupid, and spur on each other's movie-love, culminating in this podcast. Expect in-depth discussion of their old favourites (mostly studio-era Hollywood) and their latest frontiers (courtesy of the TIFF Cinematheque and various Toronto rep houses and festivals). The podcast will be comprised of several potentially n ...
 
In a world that seems to favor top performers, we often overlook the mindset and the methods of everyday entrepreneurs—the underdogs and the misfits who have no particular advantage in life—yet somehow manage to succeed. Author and entrepreneur Gary Schoeniger has traveled the world interviewing entrepreneurs and exploring the research to expose the hidden logic that exposes opportunities, optimizes engagement, and unleashes human potential. Whether you want to start a business, engage your ...
 
Award-winning comedy panel show hosted by Danielle Ward, with team captains Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Michael Legge and amazing special guests. In it, two teams work out the right thing to do in strange scenarios and scary situations which range from the everyday to the weird and extreme. Don't feel you have to start at the beginning - we'd suggest you start with the most recent series then work backwards! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Discover what it takes and what it means to think entrepreneurially from thought leaders throughout the St. Louis region. Dr. Cheryl Watkins-Moore and Christy Maxfield bring to you the best and most experienced trailblazers around to share insights that can unlock your pioneer potential for creativity, innovation and experimentation. Visit http://entrepreneuriallythinking.org
 
A family podcast about classic children’s books and the impact they have on us long into adulthood. In each episode, we talk about one popular children's book from the past, uncovering the unique story behind the story. While sitting down with famous, award-winning authors, we investigate the timeless themes in kids’ books.
 
Tales of Taboo is an anonymous confessions show investigating - and celebrating - what happens behind closed doors. Forgoing the traditional interview podcast format, native New York actor and writer Ali Weiss (as seen on Vice) dissolves the boundaries between host and audience by creating episodes around THEIR unique experiences. Her listeners tell juicy, unadulterated stories about public scandals and private struggles, liberation and oppression, and the various ways they’ve navigated the ...
 
Top goal-setting – and goal-getting – expert Debra Eckerling chats with amazing, diverse personalities on The DEB Show. Topics include entrepreneurship, writing, productivity, marketing, social media, embracing change, work-life balance, self-care, and more. Debra’s goal is to give everyone the tools, inspiration, and motivation they need to figure out what they want and make a plan to get it. Debra is the founder of The D*E*B Method, which is her system for goal-setting simplified. She is a ...
 
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On this episode of The DEB SHow, Joey Held, Keith Spiro, and May King Tsang join host Debra Eckerling to celebrate #DEBcember! It’s #Goal season! There’s no need to wait until January for your fresh start. Joey Held is a writer and podcaster, Keith Spiro is a business strategist and community builder, and May King Tsang is the original FOMO creator…
 
For Paramount 1938 we have two semi-comedic, quasi-historical tales of charming rogues, If I Were King (directed by Frank Lloyd, with a screenplay by Preston Sturges), starring Ronald Colman as medieval bohemian poet Francois Villon, and The Buccaneer (directed by frenemy of the podcast Cecil B. DeMille), starring Fredric March as Louisiana pirate …
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, host Debra Eckerling speaks with Howard Brodwin, Zak Karsan, and Anh Nguyen about Giving Back. Howard Brodwin is the Founder of Sports and Social Change and Co-Founder & Chief Impact Officer of CommonAlly; Zak Karsan is Co-Founder & CEO of SecureEDEN and on the Board of Directors for Scleroderma Foundation New Engla…
 
Words can't describe how much you all mean to me, so as a big "THANK YOU so f*cking much for listening to this show" I'm letting you ASK ME ANYTHING! Some submitted questions include: What's my biggest regret? What makes me uncomfortable? What would people be surprised to learn about me? Am I bisexual? And most importantly, have I ever done drugs w…
 
Kate Demallie joins us from LA to discuss all things City, life after Pep, Champions League predictions, and her top 4 picks. It's a very special week since all our teams got the win and Jeff is far less depressed than normal. Just pure Conte vibes. #blessed Ciao. follow Kate on Instagram @demalliek follow the Boys in Bolos on Instagram @boysinbolo…
 
For our Noirvember episode, we look at four Anthony Mann noirs, Railroaded! (1947), T-Men (1947), Raw Deal (1948), and Side Street (1950). We follow Mann as he ascends from Poverty Row to a collaboration with one of film noir's most distinctive cinematographers, John Alton, to the big-time at MGM, with his protagonists only getting more sweaty and …
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, Elise Marie Collins, Cat Dillon, Leslie Marsh join host Debra Eckerling for a well-rounded conversation about Dreams - literal and aspirational Dreams - and Sleep. A yoga teacher, and wellness enthusiast for all ages, Elise Marie Collins is the author of Super Ager, among other books. Food whisperer Cat Dillon is a …
 
Elise Cranny is a professional runner for Nike and the Bowerman Track Club. Originally from Niwot, Colorado, she was a 12-time All-American at Stanford University and has been running professionally since 2019. Elise competed in the 5,000m at the Tokyo Olympics this summer, making her childhood dream a reality. She’s also a mentor for girls 13-22 y…
 
Whose boss lied that her dad was getting chemo to cover up an extramarital affair? What major media conglomerate made their employees survive off $19,000/year in NYC? Where does being over a size 6 and an A cup make you "fat?" Which famous designer refused to pay for $100,000 worth of samples? It's a juicy one this week, Angels: our anonymous contr…
 
This Universal 1937 episode stays paused on the pivotal moment in the studio's history, with another James Whale/Deanna Durbin pairing: Whale's last hurrah, The Road Back, and Durbin's second outing, One Hundred Men and a Girl. Whale's film, based on a Remarque novel about Germany between the wars (familiar territory for the pod), compromised by Na…
 
Being a single mom is not a hindrance to achieving success in your professional life. It’s not your state in life that matters; it’s whether you have an entrepreneurial mindset or not. In today's episode, Gary is joined by serial entrepreneur and public speaker Sirena Moore-Thomas. In the conversation, Sirena and Gary unpack her early life and how …
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, Debra Eckerling hosts an uplifting conversation with Tisha Janigian, Allen Klein, and Jenny Mulks about Hope. Tisha, Allen, and Jenny have not only lived through trauma, they share their experiences to help others. Tisha Janigian is the Founder of She is Hope LA, Allen Klein is an award-winning speaker and best-sell…
 
Magic and fantastical elements can get kids reading. Young adult fantasy novels construct portals readers can get sucked into, and when they emerge, they often have more nuanced and keen insights for making or remaking the world around them. The parallels to contemporary society can even give kids another way to see themselves. In this episode, Meg…
 
Kriste Peoples is a Denver-based outdoor enthusiast and guide, runner, writer, and mindfulness meditation teacher. We talked about mindfulness, the power of nature, what it means to embrace the present moment, and so much more. CLICK HERE FOR MORE Connect with Kriste Website: kristepeoples.com Instagram: Instagram.com/kristepeoples LinkedIn: https:…
 
In this week's Acteurist Oeuvre-view episode, Margaret Sullavan takes on the Nazis in Frank Borzage's The Mortal Storm (1940) and Fannie Hurst in Robert Stevenson's Back Street (1941). We discuss the subtleties and broad strokes of this early Hollywood depiction of Nazi Germany, Borzagean heroism, and performative fascism. Turning to Back Street, w…
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, host Debra Eckerlinng speaks with Aadip Desai and Jennifer Navarrete about Passion Projects. Aadip is a screenwriter and founder of the LA TV Writers group on Facebook. Jennifer is a media mixologist, podcast host/producer, and founder of National Podcast Post Month! Along with tips and tons of inspiration, Aadip an…
 
Nuno out and Conte in. In a game aptly described as "El Sackio" between United and Tottenham, Spurs have sacked Nuno and brought in Conte. We discuss how that might play out in the short and long term. In other league business, Arsenal are winning again...West Ham are up there and surprisingly, Wolves seem to have found some form, beating strugglin…
 
Kara Hardman is a Construction Project Manager at Flintco, the Chief Fun Officer of WNDR Outdoors, and a curvy adventurer living in Colorado. Her favorite adventures include hiking with her adorable dog and kayaking. Kara has been in a plus-size body for many years and understands the thought work it takes to love yourself exactly as you are. In Ma…
 
...something that might be of interest. DTRT's very own Michael Legge - the especially angry one - has a book coming out VERY SOON. 'Strawberries To Pigs' is a collection of his writing from 2008 to 2020, and is also his way of apologising for inventing online anger and wrecking all our lives. Stories of romance, success and bravery are not include…
 
Halloween is always a good time to ponder the horror of incarnation, familial feeling, and our alienation from God. While there are strict horror movies that tackle these subjects, Ingmar Bergman definitely puts his own twist on them, and so we bring you Halloween with Bergman. In The Silence (1963), a woman dies in a hotel room in a foreign countr…
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, Debra Eckerling speaks with Desiree Bolin (Founder & CEO of Virtually Sourced Solutions), Robert Butwin (Business Strategist and Networking Mentor), and Bonnie Chomica (Content Creation Mentor) about Strategy and Systems. As Deb met her guests through online networking events, networking as a strategy for business g…
 
Before Alex Cooper, Sofia Franklyn, and Call Her Daddy, before Ellie Schnitt and Brianna LaPaglia (Chickenfry), before Ria Ciuffo & Fran Mariano had their show Chicks In The Office, there was one chick in the Barstool Sports offices...and it was me. In 2016/17, at 23, I was the only female contestant in "Barstool Idol." What was described as a comp…
 
Jealousy is the worst, right? Wrong. Jealousy is inevitable and yes it’s uncomfortable but in this episode, I’m going to show you why it can actually be a good thing and how to make it work for you. If you’d rather spend less time low-key stalking the people you aspire to be like and more time accepting who you are at this very moment and growing f…
 
Happy Halloween, Degenerate Angels! My favorite time of year!! To celebrate, this week we've got a fascinating collection of anonymous stories about our listeners' spooky, WILD encounters with the Paranormal. Ghosts, UFOs, suspicious rotating orbs, lanky men in black top hats (the Babadook?) - you name it, you'll hear about it. While I myself have …
 
For RKO 1937, Katharine Hepburn runs the gamut of emotions from effervescent-but-repressed to robot-with-a-heart-of-gold in the last entry in her latest series of box office bombs, the J. M. Barrie dual-identity farce Quality Street (directed by George Stevens), and her brief return to critical and commercial viability, Stage Door (directed by Greg…
 
James joins us from DC to talk the Newcastle takeover and Steve Bruce's future with the club even though the morning after recording, his tenure ended with Newcastle... Either way, we talk the future of Newcastle United, the rest of the league's reaction to new sponsorship that the Saudi group looks to bring in, and potential players that will, at …
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, Ethan Beute, Christian Karasiewicz, and Sheryl Plouffe join host Debra Eckerling for a message-filled conversation about Messaging. Ethan Beute is Chief Evangelist of BombBomb and co-author of "Human-Centered Communication;" Christian Karasiewicz is the Owner of Social Chefs, Content Marketing Manager at StreamYard,…
 
Since she was 13 years old, Gwen Buchanan dreamed of thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail. Two serious car accidents, four rounds of rehab, and one major loss later, in August 2021, at the age of 51, she fulfilled her dream. Gwen is a physical therapist and ten-time marathoner living in Mehoopany, PA with her husband and pets. She’s also a total badas…
 
In this week's episode of our Margaret Sullavan Acteurist Oeuvre-view series, we look at a couple of thirds: Sullavan's third film directed by Frank Borzage - the crazed melodrama The Shining Hour (co-starring Joan Crawford) - and third (and most famous) pairing with Jimmy Stewart: the melancholy romantic comedy The Shop Around the Corner (directed…
 
On this Episode of The DEB Show, host Debra Eckerling speaks with powerhouse leaders Jess Dewell, Tom Reid, and Jenn Tsang about Leadership. Jess Dewell is the Managing Partner, Operations + Strategy, at Red Direction, and Host of the Bold Business Podcast; Tom Reid is the author of "Sustained Leadership WBS" and a Consultant and Trainer in Leaders…
 
Books help young people wrap their minds around who they are, how they fit into the world and give them the language to demand the world make space for them. Queer Young Adult books can guide young readers through the myriad of experiences of coming out in different contexts and cultures. And, love stories can help young gay kids imagine themselves…
 
Finally back in the studio during another international break as the Boys preview Week 8 in the Premier League, talk Nations League, USMNT World Cup qualifying, and the Saudi buyout of Newcastle. Liverpool, Man City, and Chelsea look to continue their good form while Spurs and Arsenal continue to battle it out for the North London Derby (imaginary)…
 
Like many endurance athletes, Stephanie Roth-Goldberg assumed her weight played a big role in her performance. As a marathoner and an Ironman triathlete, she didn’t think there was anything wrong with chronically missing her period. It took a cycle of multiple injuries for her to realize there was, in fact, something seriously wrong with the pictur…
 
I did artist interviews at a camping music festival last month, and it was the first time I’ve ever attended a multi-day rave. Truthfully? It freaked me out. I went to Ultra Music Festival in Miami for 2 years in high school and plenty of concerts and after hours parties since. But the older I get, the more baffled I become by how large-scale elect…
 
As a Palestinian refugee growing up in Kuwait, Faris Alami was a straight-A student on his way to university and a stable career. And then life intervened when the Iraqi invasion turned his world upside down.    Fresh out of high school, in the midst of a war zone, Faris found himself in charge of a local grocery store, a precarious experience that…
 
In our Fox 1937 episode this time around we cover a couple of oddities that nevertheless provide a good snapshot of the studio's latter 30s. Charlie Chan at the Olympics, starring Shakespearean-trained Swedish-American Warner Oland in his final year as Honolulu's Chinese Sherlock Holmes, flaunts racially integrated American Olympic teams at the Sum…
 
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