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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Hello and welcome to my podcast! My name is Dr. Eric Perry. The intention of this podcast is to provide insight and encouragement to individuals who exhibit narcissistic tendencies so they can "own their stuff" and live more empathic, compassionate, and fulfilling lives. My other areas of expertise include relationships, stress, performance, career development, health, and happiness. To submit a topic request, learn more about my methodology, or schedule a free initial consultation, please v ...
 
Peeling back the layers behind the creativity we see and exhibit in our everyday lives with Creative Bobbie (Robert Bratcher). Robert Bratcher is a logo & visual brand identity designer. He has designed branding for National Conventions, magazines, logos, and much more! He also presents workshops around the country on the use of media for the furthering of your cause and your brand.
 
Conversations with creatives who FOUND – or re-found – their CREATIVITY as adults. We’ll explore their childhood experiences of the arts, discuss how they came to the artistic practices they now love, and consider the barriers they may have experienced between the two. My guests are proponents of visual, written and performing arts, with similarities and wild differences in their experiences. We’ll explore what it is that people value and gain from their new-found artistic experiences, and h ...
 
Tokyo LoveHotels is an art-event organization based in Tokyo, Japan. We gather local and international talents of all ranges to share a night of art, music, experiences, and love with the community. We support artists by providing space for them to perform, promote, network, sell, and exhibit their work; free of charge and commission. If you are living in, or visiting Tokyo and would like to perform, exhibit, or have a popup at Tokyo LoveHotels, we would love to hear from you! Please contact ...
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1118 In a day when way too many marriages fail, we all need insight that stands the test of time. We need wisdom from Scripture to equip us to transform our own union from a lackluster contract into an intimate and exciting relationship. Whether you're recently engaged, just realizing the honeymoon is over, or celebrating your golden anniversary, Insight for Living remains committed to helping couples cultivate hone ...
 
Owl Have You Know is a production of Rice Business Alumni to share stories of alumni, faculty, students and the business community. Owl Have You Know strives to exhibit the global, diverse and inclusive Rice Business community, provide a platform for faculty or the school to publicize research or news, share examples of the Rice Business experience for prospective students and support the greater Houston start-up community.
 
Tings and Things is hosted by Jonathan Mbaya and Simba Tsumba, two lifelong friends. Our Podcast transcends borders and strips away all the filters from the perfectly edited and curated lives we have become accustomed to online. As a duo, we manage to open up a platform to have real conversations that touch upon what it means to live and learn, alongside occasional guest appearances from some of the most dynamic people across industries and our Tings & Things family. We found that through ou ...
 
The Cinephiliacs is a podcast exploring the past and future of cinephelia. Film critic Peter Labuza has interviewed critics, programmers, academics, filmmakers, and more about their relationship to film and film culture. Additionally, each guest will bring in a particular favorite film and discuss it with Labuza. Indiewire declares, "If you want to hear film critics talk at length about their craft, there are few better places on the Internet" and Keyframe Daily has called it "Exhibit A" for ...
 
As one of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites visitors from around the world to explore its renowned collections, acclaimed special exhibitions, and enriching programs, both in person and online. at www.philamuseum.org.
 
From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world's big stories with the help of special guests. Hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie's. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The fight for women’s rights is unfinished business. But where do we begin? Join incredible women, including actor and activist Jameela Jamil, Sex Education writer Laurie Nunn, Nubian Skin founder Ade Hassan, Olympic gold medal winner Victoria Pendleton and feminist icon Susie Orbach, as they talk to British Library curator Polly Russell about all things sexual liberation, intersectionality, mental health and more. Find out about the long history of women fighting for justice, discover remar ...
 
Join Mallory the fruit bat as she struggles to contain her incorrigible best friend Spencer from wreaking havoc throughout the nocturnal exhibit. LIGHTS OUT is a sitcom for your ears! This monthly scripted podcast is written and produced by Helen Burak, starring Megan Goldman and Helen Burak, with music by Nicolai Heidlas. Cover art by Bart Klick and Zach Stoppel.
 
The Oceanology International 2008 Podcast is where you’ll hear the views of the conference chairman, Dr Ralph Rayner, and other key speakers and companies attending the world’s largest forum for the marine science and ocean technology community, discussing issues such as climate change, energy from the oceans, marine renewables, civil & environmental security. Visit www.oceanologyinternational.com for more information.
 
Light Grey Art Lab is an art gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where creatives come together to learn, travel, exhibit, and discuss their creative practice. Our podcast features the Light Grey team discussing the creative practice, reflections on our exhibitions and projects, artist interviews, guest lecturers, and travelogues. Learn more at lightgreyartlab.com. Thanks for listening!
 
Are you looking for a learning experience ? Welcome to the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) Monthly Podcast series. Check out our FREE podcasts, covering technology, marketing, social media — and of course, how to get the most out of your experience at IMTS. Join us to get "in the know”!
 
Presented by creativeanddaring.com, Dare to Be is a discussion, exploration and movement to learn about the creators, curators and artists we admire, and challenge listeners to embody and exhibit the dynamic spirit they appreciate from these guests -- in their own unique way.
 
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Diana Al-Hadid: Ash in the Trade Winds debuts at The Momentary today. It joins two other exhibitions featuring works by Sarah Cain and Derrick Adams that opened in February. Admission is free to all three exhibits. Tickets are not required, but The Momentary is operating at reduced capacity.By Antoinette Grajeda
 
Michael F. Wehner, a senior scientist in the Computational Research Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, joins me to discuss hurricanes, climate change, extreme weather, and his pathway into science. More info here: https://crd.lbl.gov/departments/computational-science/ccmc/staff/staff-members/michael-wehner/ Transcript: https://d…
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1118/29Our adversary’s favorite strategy is erosion. His goal is to dull our senses, to make us think the gradual drift from moral purity and family priority is no big deal. As we observe the danger signs of domestic erosion in a family that lived centuries ago, perhaps we…
 
Pensions expert, Baroness Ros Altman talks about the state pension scandal which only affects women. Around 200,000 of them could be due pay-outs averaging £13,500 to top-up the underpayment of their state pension. We hear from the critically acclaimed and award-winning author, Isabel Allende. She tells us about her latest book 'The ‘Soul of a Woma…
 
Para nowożeńców wybiera się w podróż poślubną. Życzeniem żony jest aby wyprawa ta miała smak prawdziwej przygody. Kobieta nie chce podróżować szybko, nowocześnie. To czego pragnie to rejs staroświeckim statkiem o nazwie „Lady Anne”. Gdy dochodzi do podróży okazuje się, że para to jedyni młodzi na całym statku. Otoczeni przez staruszków wyprawią się…
 
There have been very few Circuit Court jury trials held across Arkansas in the last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been brief windows of time when those types of in person proceeding were allowed, the Arkansas Supreme Court has suspended all felony jury trials through the end of April. The year long delay is having an impac…
 
Michael Tilley, with our partner Talk Business and Politics , discusses an apparent reluctance of many firefighters in Fort Smith to accept a vaccine to prevent COVID-19, water bill adjustments following last month's winter storms, and the future of the former Fianna Hills Country Club and golf course.…
 
Seattle Storm fans are celebrating this week's announcement that Sue Bird has signed on for her 20th season with the team. Bird has helped bring four WNBA championships to the city. And her achievements don't end there, as we hear from KNKX sports commentator Art Thiel and Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick.…
 
Anita Rani talks to the Chilean author Isabel Allende, also to the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg. To mark International Women's Day we have music with Madeleine Mitchell & Errollyn Wallen and we look at the future of workwear post lockdown. Will power suits and formal wear be a thing of the past after a year of lounging in comfies? Emma Jac…
 
This week: the Frick Collection in New York has moved temporarily from its Gilded Age Mansion on Central Park to Marcel Breuer’s 1960s building created for the Whitney Museum. So what happens when the Old Masters meet Brutalism? We talk to Xavier Salomon, deputy director and chief curator of the Frick about this remarkable change of setting for one…
 
Join Ben & Billy as they take a look at the latest news & other random content from the strangest corners of the internet! Tonight, we'll be talking about the cancelation of 6 books written by Dr. Seuss, an Arizona Rep speaking at an event organized by Fuentes, AND MORE! Visit Tonight's Sponsor for 20% off your order by using the code: peasants at …
 
On today's show, we hear from utility company customers and representatives as they assess the impact of the back to back winter storms that slammed the state with record low temperatures and several inches of snow. Plus, after nearly a year since most Arkansas inmates have been permitted to have in person visits, we have the details on a Departmen…
 
After back to back winter storms two weeks ago dropped temperatures to as much as negative 20 degrees along with several inches of snow, Arkansans are now bracing for their upcoming utility bills. Energy company representatives told lawmakers in a hearing this week that high demand and short supply dramatically drove up the price of natural gas and…
 
It’s been nearly a year since most Arkansas inmates have been permitted to have in-person visitation. That will change this weekend, as the Department of Corrections launches a modified visitation pilot program at four facilities including the Northwest Arkansas Community Correction Center. It's the department’s second attempt at implementing the p…
 
This week's Sound Perimeter, hosted by University of Arkansas Music Professor Lia Uribe, features works performed by talent at the U of A. We'll hear Vincenzo Bellini's "Eccomi in lieta vesta" by soprano Moon-Sook Park with Anne Rye on piano, Rafael Antonio Aponte's "Clarita" with Catalina Ortega on flute and Miroslava Panayotova on piano, and Noel…
 
Brent and Jason look at old slang terms, especially those that soldiers in World War II brought back after serving overseas. The Fake History Sponsors are the Cerulean (cold water) Springs Resort and Dr. Houghton's Pepsin for dispectics, with another old Driving Tip. Share comments here or on the Apple Podcasts app, iTunes or NPROne. Old Kentucky T…
 
In this episode, I talk with my good friend, gamer, singer, crafter, ideawoman, and mother Karraha Brown Shepard a.k.a. Karraha So Random! We talk about how creativity surrounds her and how she plans on using it for the benefit of others. There's a very quick guest star that makes an appearance on the episode lol. Follow Karraha: Karraha So Random!…
 
Silence Is a Sense is a new novel by Layla AlAmmar: a Kuwaiti now based in Lancashire. Her novel is about a young woman from Syria who's living in a block of flats in a small English city. It's about the people she watches from her window, and how she's settling in after leaving a war zone.Two out of every three adults in the UK are either overweig…
 
As we approach the one-year anniversary of performance spaces going dark under the coronavirus pandemic, Art Hounds this week recommend three different spaces — two virtual, one physical — where performers, songwriters and visual artists can come together. Christopher David Hanson, a singer-songwriter in Babbitt, Minn., first encountered Minneapoli…
 
On today's show, we find out how COVID-19 precautions and interventions are contributing to fewer influenza cases in the state. Plus, we have highlights from the governor's weekly coronavirus response briefing, which included an announcement about expanding vaccination eligibility to food processing workers. And, we hear about the results of a stud…
 
Fewer Arkansans are catching influenza this season, data show. Experts believe it may be due to COVID-19 NPI's, or non-pharmaceutical interventions, such as masking, hand washing and social distancing. We hear from Dr. Jennifer Dillaha, state epidemiologist and medical director for immunization and outbreak response at the Arkansas Department of He…
 
As we near the one year mark of the COVID-19 pandemic's arrival in Arkansas, more Arkansans are becoming eligible for vaccinations. During his weekly coronavirus response briefing on Tuesday, Gov. Asa Hutchinson expanded the current phase 1B of the state's vaccine rollout to food processing workers, which will make an additional 49,000 people eligi…
 
The state's first net zero new construction, mixed use building is going up in Fayetteville. Entegrity Partners is building its new offices across the street from the library expansion. Besides offices, the building will also include one bedroom apartments. Entegrity is offsetting the structure's energy consumption with solar panels and energy effi…
 
The Women’s Foundation of Arkansas has released a multimedia report of a new study exploring the opportunities, barriers and resource gaps for women of color business owners in Arkansas. WFA commissioned the study in partnership with the University of Central Arkansas to build on its previous research identifying entrepreneurship as a key driver of…
 
We continue our observance of the University of Arkansas's 150th anniversary with a profile of one of the earliest legendary education figures in the school's history: Joseph Carter Corbin. Corbin was a journalist, educator, conductor on the Underground Railroad, and founder of the predecessor of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.…
 
An ordinance that places limitations on how justices of the peace can bring items before the Quorum Court is heading to the full Washington County Quorum Court after it passed through the County Services Committee Monday evening. The ordinance requires all proposed ordinances to go through a committee and prohibits proposed ordinances from being ra…
 
Wednesday marks one year since Manuel Ellis was killed by Tacoma police. The 33-year-old Black man was heard on video saying he couldn't breathe as officers restrained him following an altercation that began when police say they saw Ellis trying to open the door of a car that wasn't his. His death was ruled a homicide.…
 
Unique delivery systems and personalised nutrition connections are among the differentiators supporting growth of the healthy ageing segment in APAC. Partnerships with technology companies and scientific research into new ingredients are also fuelling the growth of solutions for healthy ageing—throughout a lifetime. As Bettina Hudry-Gerez and Flore…
 
From May mothers' names will finally be featured alongside fathers' details on marriage certificates, in England and Wales thanks to years of campaigning both inside and outside of parliament. We hear from Ailsa Burkimsher Sadler who started the campaign for change back in 2013 and Revd Canon Dr Sandra Millar who is the Church of England’s Head of …
 
In the second part of our new podcast series we’ll be diving into the central part of the text, in which Freud discusses the ‘compulsion to repeat’. We’ll also be focussing on the concept of Speculation in Freud’s work, and trace a pathway to the appearance of the new Dual Instinct Theory. Producer: Karolina Heller…
 
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On today's show, we speak with the assistant editors of the Arkansas COVID-19 website about the virus case and hospitalization numbers recorded in Arkansas last month. Plus, we head to the colony of Catcher where a race riot drove as many as a thousand African American residents from their homes in the early 1920s. And, we hear about the restoratio…
 
After a record number of COVID-19 hospitalizations stressed the Arkansas health care system in January, February offered a welcome respite as hospitalizations and cases declined around the state. In our monthly conversation with the assistant editors of ArkansasCovid.com , we discuss these declines, as well as how a data cleanup by the Arkansas Dep…
 
As International Women’s Day approaches and peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban continue, what are the most pressing issues facing women in Afghanistan? We hear from BBC Afghan reporter Mahjooba Nowrouzi and scholar and women’s rights advocate Dr Orzala Ashraf Nemat.We're missing hugs, but maybe we'll get them back soon. A ret…
 
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