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Taking time every week to let you know who deserves a pat on the back, and more importantly who deserves a pat on the fanny! Celebrities, politicians, small town crazies, media and journalists, law enforcement (good and bad), folks from history, and anecdotes from our own lives. Nobody is safe from our genuine praise, or our smite. Come join the right side of life.
 
Vox Conversations brings you discussions between the brightest minds and the deepest thinkers; conversations that will cause you to question old assumptions and think about the world and our role in it in a new light. Join Sean Illing, Jamil Smith, and their colleagues across the Vox newsroom for new episodes every Monday and Thursday.
 
This group project is a collection of 43 fairy tales (both old and new), folk lore, myths and real life stories by a variety of authors, brought together by writer Fanny E Coe. They are mostly short and are fun to read and tell to children and most teach valuable lessons about life. (Summary by Phil Chenevert)
 
We grew up immersed in 90s culture and now that we're grown-ups it's time to revisit everything we loved from our childhoods. We'll be discussing a diverse set of topics including movies, TV, and other pop culture highlights of the decade from an LGBTQ+/BIPOC perspective. So zip up that fanny pack, feed your Tamagotchi and join us on our trip back to the 90s. Let's get nostalgic together! Twitter @notable90s Instagram @notable.nostalgia Facebook @notablenostalgia Email: notablenostalgia@bigd ...
 
The Norris Group Real Estate Radio Show is hosted by author, California real estate trainer, investor, and hard money lender, Bruce Norris. Our show focuses on California real estate trends and the current market correction, how to survive, and how to profit as an investor, builder, Realtor, and mortgage professional. We're equipping California real estate professionals for tomorrow's challenges. Bruce Norris interviews the real estate leaders, both local and national, that change and influe ...
 
7 Fannies, 7 Sins, 7 Episodes. Match Made in Seven is a new podcast series from North East-based, comedy collective Your Aunt Fanny. In this debut series, we hilariously probe each of the 7 Deadly Sins and what it means to be a young womxn partial to one or more of them. A pairing of original sketches and frank chat, settle in every Monday from 4th October as we invite you into our Fanny universe, where everyone is in on the joke. Artwork by our own lush Emma Crowley-Bennett. Sound Design by ...
 
Camilla is Frances Burney's third novel. It became very popular upon its publication in 1796. Jane Austen referred to it, among other novels, in her novel Northanger Abbey: “'And what are you reading, Miss — ?' 'Oh! It is only a novel!' replies the young lady, while she lays down her book with affected indifference, or momentary shame. 'It is only Cecilia, or Camilla, or Belinda'; or, in short, only some work in which the greatest powers of the mind are displayed, in which the most thorough ...
 
Hey there! We are Andrea, Anne, Ellen, Fanny, Haidar, Maki and Torjus - seven classmates from the DMC-program at Hyper Island Stockholm.HyperTalks is our ship, on which we navigate the seas of storytelling - sailing through the waters of tech, design, media and whatever else we might find interesting. So tune in and join us as we swashbuckle our way through the podcast-landscape. Ahoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
One of the most controversial novels written by Austen, Mansfield Park follows the life of the young heroine Fanny Price as she searches for her place in society. Set in early 19th century England, the classic novel depicts the social issues of the time including marriage, social mobility and morality. The classic centers on the life of the poor young girl Fanny Price, who is the oldest daughter of nine siblings. Her father is a former naval officer and a heavy drinker, while her mother has ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of An Apology for Sadness by Anne Lynch Botta. This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 13, 2011.Anne Charlotte Lynch Botta was an American poet, writer, teacher and socialite whose home was the central gathering place of the literary elite of her era.At Mrs. Botta's receptions every Saturday night, attendees would find the most well-known writers, actors and artists, such as Poe, Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bronson Alcott, Louisa May ...
 
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The Investors Unite Podcast is a look at government overreach and secrecy and its impact on American taxpayers, public policy and law. For years, the federal government has tried to hide its misuse of authority with regard to Fannie Mae and Mac. The Investors Unite podcast features discussions to help you untangle the facts.
 
No matter how enlightened, chances are you’ve been raised around superstitious lore of one kind or another. Fanny Dickerson Bergen was one of the original researchers of North American oral traditions relating to such key life events and experiences as babyhood and childhood, marriage, wishes and dreams, luck, warts and cures, death omens and mortuary customs, and “such truck,” as Huck Finn would say. You’ll be surprised at how many of these old saws you’ll know. Here’s a quote from Chapter ...
 
Alan Jeffcote, son of Nat Hawthorn, Hindle's richest factory owner, meets Fanny Hawthorn, daughter of Nat's 'slasher' and oldest friend, in Blackpool and the two go off for what they believe to be secret fling in Llandudno. But after the death of Fanny's friend, Mary, in a pleasure boat accident at Blackpool the secret is revealed and the the two families are thrown into disarray.The leading light of the so-called Manchester School of realist dramatists, Stanley Houghton wrote Hindle Wakes i ...
 
John Gabriel Borkman is the penultimate play of the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, written in 1896. The Borkman family fortunes have been brought low by the imprisonment of John Gabriel who used his position as a bank manager to illegally speculate with his investors' money. The action of the play takes place eight years after Borkman's release when John Gabriel Borkman, Mrs. Borkman, and her twin sister Ella Rentheim battle over the future of young Erhart Borkman. Though John Gabriel Bo ...
 
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If you're a fan of smart and cool and weird and lively conversations about food and culture, this is the place. We interview the most interesting characters in the world of food, media, and cookbooks and release episodes several times a month. The program is co-hosted by TASTE editors Anna Hezel and Matt Rodbard, and is sometimes recorded live at Books Are Magic in Brooklyn, NY. Visit TASTE online: tastecooking.com
 
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We discuss our family’s racism, the TLC reality series Darcy & Stacy, and Mandy’s impending book deal following a groundbreaking discovery in her childhood. If there’s enough time, we’ll also discuss everyone’s favorite farce about rich people in New York – Gossip Girl. Episode 2.08: Pishke Business Original Airdate: 10/31/94 Synopsis: Fran must wo…
 
What's your relationship like when it comes to money? Is it something that makes you pull a face and wince a little? Is money more like a distant relative than an actual friend? Is it something that despite being a fully fledged grown up, you still haven't got a handle on? Then be sure to listen this awesome podcast, with the Money Coach, Fanny Sna…
 
On today’s episode of the podcast, we’re talking to Fany Gerson, the pastry chef mastermind behind La Newyorkina, Dough, and, most recently, Fan-Fan Doughnuts in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. In addition to making some of New York’s most legendary doughnuts, Fany has written extensively about the paletas, ice creams, and other sweets of Mexico, where she gre…
 
Grant Morrison's "The Invisibles" needs no introduction. If you've read it, you've already been initiated. If you haven't, prepare to be initiated. As a comic book, its one of the best ever written. As a sigil of chaos magic, mantra, fluidic hypnogogic miasma, its simply indescribable. Both of us have been profoundly changed after reading it. Get i…
 
Vox's Constance Grady talks with Bart Nickerson, the co-creator of new TV show Yellowjackets, which airs on Showtime. Yellowjackets follows a girls' soccer team, stranded in the Canadian wilderness in 1996 as teenagers — and also the present-day middle-aged women that some of the survivors become. Bart and Constance discuss the role of trauma on te…
 
Today on the show, we’re catching up with Gary Shteyngart, a New York Times best-selling novelist and food writer who has written memorable books including The Russian Debutante’s Handbook, Super Sad True Love Story, and his most recent work, the rollicking pandemic satire Our Country Friends. In this episode, we talk about some of Shteyngart’s wor…
 
There's been a lot more interest in plants and trees in the UK recently thanks to David Attenborough's The Green Planet series, so this week we speak with nature writer James Canton about his recent book The Oak Papers which tells the story of an 800 year old oak tree, and our relationship with oak throughout the ages. He and Robin chat about great…
 
Deadman propped up by two others to collect his pension weekend at Bernie’s style, the Gates of hell to be closed, Funny flagstaff funeral, and an update from our South Dakota attorney general running for a second term! SUBSCRIBEAs always! Make sure you rate, review, and on iTunes! Steal your friend’s and family’s phones while you’re at it, to do s…
 
Summary of the book chapter titled Smart cities in a smart world from 2015 by Beniamino Murgante and Giuseppe Burroso, from the book Future City architecture for optimal living, edited by Stamatina Rassia and Panos Pardalos, published by Springer. Since we are investigating the future of cities, I thought it would be interesting to see what clever …
 
In Episode 44, Gregg continues his ongoing exploration of UTOK with Layman Pascal. The previous episodes explored UTOK's framing of DSM-type pathology and "higher" form of pathology, as might be found in visionaries or so-called crazy geniuses. This conversation explores UTOK's Justification Systems Theory and then moves to reflect on what might be…
 
Sean Illing talks with David Hamilton, a scientist and former research chemist turned author, about his new book Why Woo-Woo Works, in which he offers a scientifically-grounded defense of alternative practices like meditation, crystals, and the law of attraction. They discuss the placebo effect and its far-reaching consequences for our understandin…
 
Emily Dickinson retreated from society as she got older, concentrating her passion and power into her work, though she did find love - and enjoy publication - at last! After her early death, her poetry took a convoluted route into the pantheon of beloved American literature. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Not…
 
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm breaking out the star-spangled thong and existential angst for a Patreon Pick with TWoRP Elite Patron Caitlin. Hitting the Main Stage is 2012's Magic Mike and 2015's Magic Mike XXL. [00:00] INTRO [02:29] Trick or Treat Radio Promo [03:46] RANDOM CONVERSATION [17:02] Magic Mike (2012) [01:08:20] Magic…
 
High up in the peaks of the Himalayas, a footprint in the snow baffles a mountaineer as he attempts to climb Everest for the first time. Pulling out his camera, he prepares to snap a shot, eyeing the horizon nervously before placing his icepick down alongside the print for scale and bringing the viewfinder up to his eye. In India, a tea planter rea…
 
Peter is a libertarian and a capitalist. He believes that transactions which you can be proud of result from carefully conceived goals and plans followed by purposeful actions and scrupulous documentation. Upon graduating from high school in 1965, Peter went right into the real estate business. His motivation was his desire to be self-employed unti…
 
Vox's Fabiola Cineas talks with author, lawyer, and organizer Derecka Purnell about her recent book Becoming Abolitionists. They discuss Derecka's journey to defending the idea of police abolition, and what that position really entails. They explore questions about the historical and social role of policing in society, how to imagine a future where…
 
This week's episode is a young readers special. Robin chats to author Louie Stowell about her new book for younger readers, Otherland and is also joined by high school librarian Julie Baugh. They chat about what kids and young adults are reading today, which classics are still popular, the importance of libraries, the wonderful Usborne series of bo…
 
WE'RE BACK! In the Our Struggle Pod season 3 premiere, L&D are joined by the author, critic, panelist, flaneur, enfant terrible and Ratatouille character inspiration, the giant (confirmed 6'5") of British letters, Mr Will Self. In this barn burner of an episode, Will talked to us about why he has no time for his fellow towering autofictionist Karl …
 
Summary of the article titled Enhancing sustainable urban development through smart city applications from 2017 by Margarita Angelidiou, Artemis Psaltoglou, Nicos Komninos, Christina Kakderi, Panagiotis Tsarchopoulos and Anastasia Panori, published in the Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management. Since we are investigating the future of …
 
In Episode 43, Gregg welcomes Bernardo Kastrup. He is the executive director of the Essentia Foundation, and his work is leading the modern renaissance of metaphysical idealism, the notion that reality is essentially mental. He has doctoral degrees in philosophy and computer engineering, and he has authored many works and given many interviews deli…
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in The Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in The Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this …
 
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm continuing the Patreon Pick's with a selection from TWoRP Elite Patron Evil Corny of the From the Canopy Movie Massacre podcast! Corny joins me on the conversation as we discuss two live-action American adaptations of Japanese manga/anime titles with 2008's Speed Racer and 2019's Alita: Battle Angel …
 
Ally, Andy, Jeff, and Ria round out their top television series of 1991 lists, now 3o years removed. Tune in and find out which made the #1! We follow up with a Wait Wait style round of Do You Know It?! and Andy leads a Then and Now. All this and more on a new Notable Nostalgia! Find us, our DND podcast, and social pages all at bigdoorprize.com/pod…
 
Poet Emily Dickinson has often been painted as a recluse and an oddball by history, though she had a passionate nature and a rich inner life. She wrote some of the most beloved and enduring poetry in the world during her introspective lifetime, but her audience didn't find her until after her death. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy a…
 
Today on the show, we’re talking to Hrishikesh Hirway, the musician behind The One AM Radio, the podcaster behind The West Wing Weekly and Song Exploder, and the host of Netflix’s adaptation of Song Exploder. In addition to collaborating with Yo-Yo Ma and interviewing musicians like Michael Stipe and Alicia Keys, Hrishikesh is also the cohost, with…
 
John Schaub has prospered during three recessions, four tax law changes and interest rates ranging from 6-16% in his 35 years as a real estate investor. His 2016 best-selling book Building Wealth One House at a Time, 2nd edition, assisted more than 100,000 real estate enthusiasts on their way to successful invest­ing. John recommends buying better,…
 
Vox's Constance Grady talks with novelist Lauren Groff about her latest book, the National Book Award finalist Matrix, before a virtual audience for the Vox Book Club. They discuss the enigmatic historical figure at the center of the novel, the politics of women-led power structures, and the pros and cons of writing a good sex scene. Host: Constanc…
 
Last year Dara McAnulty, at just 16 years of age, won Non-Fiction Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. Coincidentally, that category was presented by us at The Cosmic Shambles Network, so today, as Dara’s second book, Wild Child, hits shelves he took time out from studying for his maths exam next week to come on the podcast to chat to Robin…
 
Jill and Aaron spend New Year’s Eve reflecting on the year of 2021, including the big news of Jill joining the show. We talk about favorite 2021 episodes and also hint at what to expect in 2022. Good stuff coming. Finally we both attempted to put together a favorite films of all time list, which is no small feat. We talk through that. Aaron’s list …
 
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