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Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting and fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Aron Snyder, Corey Jacobsen, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Guy Eastman, Jay Scott and Mark Kenyon.
 
The Dungeon Initiative is a D&D 5e Actual-Play Podcast. It's just great friends playing a great game that want to share that experience with as many people as possible. Hosted and DM'd by the magnificent Robby Weiss and featuring: Blake Lyon, Cirilo Quilantan, Jazmin Lyon, Joey Weiss, Kaitlyn Oliver, and Marc Payne. We welcome you to join our sundry crew for asinine antics and bounteous laughter every week. See you in the dungeon!
 
Next On The Initiative is a D&D Real Play Podcast, Back in the summer of 2020, Hosts Jakes Hernandez and Elijah Jackson started playing the D&D 5e module Out Of The Abyss with their D&D Group members Arun Bharadwaj, David George, Maia Ross, and Jack Phillips. After the first game session Jakes mentioned his interest in starting a podcast based on their weekly D&D sessions. After a few months it all came together and now follow the adventure this group of D&D Players take as they roleplay tho ...
 
Welcome to Coffee Talk with the Dyslexia Initiative. Come join us for a cup of coffee and a conversation. We are so excited to have you join us! Each Coffee Talk will be a different subject. We will discuss various topics about dyslexia, remediation advocacy, and all other areas relating to dyslexia. Host: Ashley Roberts
 
What does real manhood look like? When does a boy become a man? What is this idea of initiation all about? If you’re asking questions like these, or want to make a positive impact on the next generation of boys, then join Mark and his various co-hosts and guests as they cultivate a conversation around these topics and more.
 
“FIND YOUR SPARK” is a podcast that shares real-life stories of realizing the potential and impact of your SPARK, in the middle of a busy life. Your hosts Brooke Wheeldon-Reece, President of The SPARK Initiative – a non-profit organization – and Ashley Hunt, Director of Program Development, dive deep into conversations about life, family, running a business, the youth they work with, and the impact their work has daily. The episodes are funny, digestible, honest, and profoundly helpful. As w ...
 
The Fatherless to Fatherhood Initiative Podcast explores the real stories of real people and their journey to triumph and success in fatherhood. In this conversational interview-based show, we celebrate the fatherless fathers out there who have overcome their upbringing and learned to find success and thrive in fatherhood. These human stories of reconciliation, transformation, success, and courage will inspire, inform, and encourage fathers who are struggling, as well as those that have foun ...
 
Welcome to the Rising Man Movement, where our mission is to initiate a new generation of fiercely loving and confident men. We envision a world in which ALL men are prepared to lead with integrity, express themselves authentically, and serve their communities. We accomplish this mission by covering all aspects of the male experience on the show, including shameless sexuality, masculine/feminine integration, environmental respect, indigenous wisdom, finding purpose, secrets of fatherhood, and ...
 
The Dragonfolio China podcast provides unique insights into the real China and discusses its influence on your life based on real experiences all around the globe. As somebody who lived and studied in China and who spends nearly every day on China-related topics, I enjoy telling folks about the true China and help them to discover and exploit the enormous potential of this country. In this show, you can get an understanding of a country the whole world talks about, but which is often misunde ...
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
The After Lodge podcast is the after lodge banter of some men who happen to be Freemasons. It is not endorsed nor recognized by any Grand or subordinate lodge of Freemasons. Drawing topics from the /r/freemasonry subreddit, as well as the other Masonic networks, the After Lodge podcast discusses current-day topics within and without the fraternity.
 
The climate crisis, rape culture, the wall—we think the patriarchy has done enough. Introducing “When Feminists Rule the World”, a new podcast series from the Nobel Women’s Initiative and producing partner Mediastyle. Hosted by Nicaraguan-born comedian, Martha Chaves, we’re talking to badass feminist changemakers around the world about the future they are creating. It shouldn’t be groundbreaking. But it is. For more information visit feministsruletheworld.com.
 
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Environmental advocates say money in the state budget meant for environmental initiatives needs to stay intact. Environmental Advocates New York is urging the state not to take the nearly $23 million intended for climate change and environmental initiatives and spend it on other programs. In 2019, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act…
 
In this episode, we hear from author and fatherhood advocate Curtis "Dom" Witters on the lessons he's learned about being a father from the tender age of 19. Born in the heart of the Brownsville neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY his is the familiar tale of a child born to a single parent who, through the efforts of his strong, intelligent, and resilient…
 
Jack Carr, author, hunter and former Navy SEAL joins Sam on The Wild Initiative to discuss life experiences and how hunting became a family tradition. In this episode, Jack recounts stories of his Marine grandfather and explains how he integrates his real-life experiences into his work as an author. They go on to discuss big-game hunting abroad and…
 
What’s behind door #1? Feel free to drop us a review on iTunes and cast Message to us over social media. Also, we have a Patreon. Hop on over if you'd like to support the show. You can get our episodes early and access to bonus content. Get your free Idle Champions Gold Chest using the code NOIR-HALT-HIED. Code is valid from 1/25/2021 at 12:30 am E…
 
Time for those nitty gritty dice rolls! In our first episode, the adventurers begin forming alliances, making plans, and start another day of labor under the watchful eye of the drow. Support us Directly! Next On The Initiative Patreon Social Media Instagram: @nextontheinitiative Credits. Script: Jakes Hernandez & Elijah Jackson Characters Arun Bha…
 
In this episode we respond to our listener's questions, which concern the RCC's relationship to Latin language, both today and in the past. We also briefly discuss Epiphany, and respond to a listener's comments on Mary and Marian typology. We also respond to several questions about indulgences: What is the difference between indulgences and penance…
 
Paige has been a Registered Psychologist since 2009 and during that time has worked in college, business, and private clinic counselling environments. She works from an eclectic model of therapy while appreciating all aspects of the person. Paige values the importance of self-growth and development and uses physical activity, journaling, meditation…
 
2020 has been one hell of a year for this world, as well as this podcast. This week we want to reflect back on some of our favorite moments, some missed opportunities, and think about where we go from here. We absolutely appreciate all of you who have listened to us in 2020, our inaugural year, and we look forward to 2021 with you all! Hosted and D…
 
Eddie Stern Happy New Year! The Mindful Initiative is pleased to bring to its listeners this new episode as we begin new journeys in 2021! Our guest for Episode 22 is Eddie Stern, who is a Yoga teacher, author, and lecturer from New York City. We interviewed Eddie online. This interview is very personal to me as Eddie is someone I have personally l…
 
Saying the COVID-19 infection rate in New York has begun declining, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is lifting some restrictions in nearly all orange and yellow microcluster zones that were aimed at controlling the spread of the coronavirus. He’s also developing a plan to allow limited indoor dining in New York City. Cuomo and his aides developed the microcluste…
 
More than 30 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), finding accessible housing remains a challenge for people with disabilities. As WXXI host and reporter April Franklin reports, many of the regulations that fall under the ADA do not apply to residential housing. That leaves the number of accessible and affordable uni…
 
We talk to a leading local allergist about COVID-19 vaccine allergies. He answers questions about what is and what is not an allergic reaction to the vaccine. We also discuss how common or uncommon different reactions are. Our guest: Shahzad Mustafa , M.D., lead physician and chief of allergy, immunology, and rheumatology at Rochester Regional Heal…
 
Labor Unions Lobby for Vaccine Eligibility For weeks, labor unions like the powerful Service Employees International Union have been pressing state and local officials to provide vaccinations to their members as quickly as possible. As vaccine eligibility shifts, other groups are making pleas too. Reporter: Darrell Satzman, KCRW Supervisors got a r…
 
Liz Pritchard has been working from home during the pandemic in a home office surrounded by her favorite things: posters of the comics she creates, original artwork, collectibles, and costumes she’s worn to Comic Con over the years. Pritchard calls herself an autistic artist and advocate. While comic books are her primary focus, she’s also a painte…
 
Brian Lindsay has known for a long time how to write a song that goes straight to the heart. There was “East Side of the River,” from his 2004 album “The Crossing.” A lament of unrequited love -- her family thinks he’s not good enough for her -- wrapped in Springsteen-like wailing harmonica, drama-drenched guitar and the two banks of the Genesee Ri…
 
The Republican president of the Monroe County Legislature said the county health department should handle vaccine distribution itself. Currently each state is leading the charge in the rollout. Dr. Joe Carbone said on Tuesday that the state’s vaccine hotline is confusing residents and sometimes there is not enough vaccine for each appointment sched…
 
One aspect of President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus plan is focused on helping people with disabilities. If passed, the American Rescue Plan would end the subminimum wage for people with disabilities. The decades-old option allowed employers to pay workers with disabilities less than minimum wage; in some states, they were paid as little as $2.1…
 
What can be done to promote unity in this country? One idea being floated is requiring some kind of community service when people turn 18. What do you think? We talk about what this kind of service could look like, if it should be volunteer or paid work, mandatory or optional. Our guests: Matt Kelly , independent journalist, co-owner of Hunt Countr…
 
Aaron Wright is a professor at Cardozo Law School and Co-founder of OpenLaw. Before this he was a successful entrepreneur, having sold his first company to Wikia - the for-profit version of Wikipedia. Today Aaron is a renowned thought-leader in the blockchain space at the forefront of DAOs. Last year OpenLaw launched The LAO, a DAO on Ethereum for …
 
As the state works to speed up delivery of the coronavirus vaccine, Governor Gavin Newsom says California will shift its priorities for who’s at the top of the list, and put people over 65 in line to get shots first. Reporter: Molly Peterson, KQED California renters who faced the prospect of mass evictions at the end of this month might not have to…
 
Sky Amish goes to school at a community classroom at the Genesee Valley Regional Market in Henrietta. Since August, Amish, who is 18, and most of the other 100-plus students enrolled at Holy Childhood have been attending in-person classes just two days a week, many of them at the school's main campus on Groton Parkway in Henrietta. The other three …
 
At the age of just 28 years old, Winifred Ling started to experience terrifying episodes of numbness, slurred speech, and minor bouts of stroke. As the symptoms progressed, she began to feel like a walking time-bomb, unsure of when the next attack would come, and would later be diagnosed with the rare cerebrovascular disorder known as Moyamoya dise…
 
President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Monday reversing a ban that prohibited transgender people from serving in the military. Former President Trump implemented the ban in 2019. According to the Palm Center, a research institute focusing on LGBTQ personnel matters in the military, just under 15,000 transgender people were in the military…
 
We get an update from the Rochester City School District. Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small is asking the Finger Lakes Reopening Schools Safely Task Force to conduct an independent review of the RCSD's reopening plan. The request comes after a Rochester Teacher's Association survey indicated that the majority of RTA members want the district to rema…
 
Thousands of people in the Finger Lakes region have received a COVID-19 vaccine, and hundreds of thousands more are still waiting for their turn. Many who are eligible have tried to schedule appointments, only to find that there isn't enough vaccine supply. Others are asking when the state will open up their phases. Our guests are the co-leaders of…
 
Several state senators and Assembly members say they were surprised to learn that Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration does not provide internet access to people living in state-run group homes and other congregant settings -- and they want that fixed immediately. Sen. James Skoufis, the chair of the Committee on Investigations and Government Operati…
 
The State Senate Chair of the Committee on Investigations is threatening to subpoena Governor Andrew Cuomo’s health commissioner, if he does not provide data on how many nursing home residents died in the hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic surge in New York last spring. Senator James Skoufis says he and other lawmakers have been seeking the data…
 
To kick off Season 10, meet Toni Collier. Toni experienced a lot of brokenness in her home life growing up and is now the Co-Lead Pastor of Hillsong Atlanta and the Founder of Broken Crayons Still Color. In today’s conversation, she shares openly about tending our own brokenness, finding hope in the midst of pain, learning to value excellence over …
 
In the latest WXXI Business Report: Genesee County may be in the running for a chip-making factory for Samsung. The story was first reported in the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg. Also, a local economic development official says expansion plans for a local fuel cell company is proof that Rochester is developing expertise in alternative energy. P…
 
California's Justice Department Launches Civil Rights Investigation Into L.A. County Sheriff Department Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the inquiry comes after credible reports of excessive force, retaliation and other misconduct at the Sheriff’s Department. Reporter: Robert Garrova, KPCC Throughout the pandemic private citizens have crowdsour…
 
“The more important a call or action is to our soul's evolution, the more resistance we will feel toward pursuing it.” - Steven Pressfield Just as we are about to start a new venture or reach a breakthrough, our ego will put up a massive fight. With the knowledge that resistance will appear, we can use it as fuel for growth. Listen in for Jeddy’s t…
 
Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, Tia Nelis of TASH, a national advocacy organization for disability inclusion, has been the facilitator of a weekly, sometimes international, video call among people with disabilities. As part of this week's Dialogue on Disability, WXXI’s Noelle Evans talked to Nelis about the significance of those calls …
 
New York State is on a path to legalizing recreational marijuana. Governor Cuomo says the time has come to allow adult use, regulated by New York State, and benefiting communities that have been disproportionately affected by the so-called "War on Drugs." So what would legal cannabis look like in this state? And what should it look like? Our guests…
 
Who Will be the Next California Attorney General? Other than Governor, being California’s Attorney General is arguably the most coveted political job in California. It makes you the Golden State’s top prosecutor, you get tons of attention, and the job can serve as a launching pad to higher office, like it did for Vice President Kamala Harris. The A…
 
In the 30th episode, I am going to explain the four most relevant trends in China in 2021 and how they affect the world. On top of that, I will tell you why, despite all risks and issues, China is the place to be for me these days and why I am going to relocate this year. For more fascinating insights into China and for easy ways to benefit from it…
 
Jerrod Lile and Robert Hanneman of Huntin’ Fool join Sam on The Wild Initiative to break down how to build your plan for drawing elk tags and how to integrate these species into your overall big game hunting plan and strategy. Promo code functionality is currently not working on the website. Please call Huntin’ Fool at (435) 865-1020 and mention co…
 
When manhood is tied to and dependent on performance, then mistakes are not only not wanted, they aren’t allowed. Period. Because mistakes put your manhood at risk. When that is the framework, destructive things happen. Going beyond the attention grabbing headlines, Mark & Josh use current events to explore this idea more deeply. Article: https://w…
 
In his budget plan, Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed imposing new higher income taxes on New York’s wealthiest residents if President Joe Biden and Congress don’t come through with enough federal aid to close the state’s budget deficit. But at the same time, he offered a contradictory message, saying it might hurt the state’s competitiveness and cause th…
 
Monroe County appears to be seeing better days as coronavirus infection rates reach their lowest number in two months. The county’s seven-day average for new positive cases hit just below 409 on Thursday. Monroe County Executive Adam Bello said it’s a moment for cautious optimism, especially given how much the infection rate has changed since autum…
 
People Who Knew Kamala Harris Best Reflect on Watching Her Ascend to the White House Kamala Harris represents a lot of firsts, from the first female vice president to the first Black vice-president to the first vice president of South Asian descent. But what do the people who knew Harris as a San Francisco D.A., California Attorney General, and U.S…
 
Do you view dating as a game to win or as an opportunity for connection and discovery? Our guest, Alexandra Ballensweig, makes the case for dating without expectations and agendas. As the creator of the humhum conscious dating platform and a facilitator of group dating experiences, she knows the most common pitfalls keeping men and women from bliss…
 
Biden Inauguration Marks End of Political and Legal Warfare Between California and the Trump Administration The presidency of Donald Trump ends Wednesday morning, and when it does, it will mark the end of four years of feuding with the Trump Administration over issues like health care, the environment, and immigration. Reporter: Scott Shafer, KQED …
 
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