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Welcome to Derps and Dragons, an actual play D&D podcast! Dungeon Master JD guides the derps, Meagan, Cory, Cameron, and Jackson, through a hectic world recovering from a series of devastating global wars. They must forge their own path to glory all while dealing with their personal turmoil, a mysterious and cunning evil force, constant shenanigans, and of course crazy dice rolls! New Episodes released every other Tuesday. derpsanddragons.buzzsprout.com
 
Has there ever been, over the course of your life, a moment or event that changed things forever? Where life zigged instead of zagged? Where suddenly you were on a new path, staring out at a horizon you never thought possible? For our guests, there have. Welcome to A Bend in the Road, where our host, Roberta Panjwani, interviews people from all walks of life about the times they took their own journey down a new path, just after a bend in the road. A Bend in the Road from the Ridgewood Publi ...
 
Many talented people's writings and movies address the deep, dark mysteries of our world — across both Fiction (Horror, Crime, Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure, Romance, LGBT) and Non-Fiction (Crime, History, Science, Paranormal) stories. Please step into the “House of Mystery” 5 nights a week and join us as we go deep into the creative process behind our esteemed guests' works. Past Guests in Non-Fiction have included Marcia Clark (of the O.J. Simpson trial), Robert Kennedy, Jr., Jesse Ventura, Bur ...
 
Post Reports is the daily podcast from The Washington Post. Unparalleled reporting. Expert insight. Clear analysis. Everything you’ve come to expect from the newsroom of The Post. For your ears. Martine Powers is your host, asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered. Published weekdays by 5 p.m. Eastern time.
 
Every weekday, NPR's best political reporters are there to explain the big news coming out of Washington and the campaign trail. They don't just tell you what happened. They tell you why it matters. Every afternoon. Political wonks - get wonkier with The NPR Politics Podcast+. Your subscription supports the podcast and unlocks a sponsor-free feed. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics
 
Join ”Just Johnda” for your dose of The Culture (News, Political, Pop, Celebrities and more) for those of us who like it straight, no chaser. She‘s an attorney, writer, commentator who will talk, debate and have an opinion about just about everything. Book: ”The Parenting Odyssey: Trials, Treasures and Triumphs of Parenting in a Pandemic” Link to Buy: https://mailchi.mp/38d20cee2b50/justjohnda
 
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J.D. Jackson is an award-winning audiobook narrator with 400 credits to his name and counting. An 2020 inductee into AudioFile Magazine's Golden Voices Hall of Fame, J.D. has plenty of experience behind a mic. For this inaugural episode of A Bend in the Road, join Roberta as she talks with J.D. about the teacher that changed his life, the process o…
 
The deadliest school shooting in nearly a decade, and what’s changed in the years since the massacre in Newtown, Conn. Read more: Washington Post reporter Arelis Hernández is on the ground in Uvalde as children and families try to make sense of the violence that tore through Robb Elementary School on Tuesday. According to a Post database,last year …
 
A mass shooting at a Texas elementary school has many Americans again asking what can be done about gun violence. But in the face of broad Republican opposition in the Senate, there's likely no path forward for new restrictions. Also, two Trump-endorsed candidates failed to unseat incumbent Republicans in Georgia's primary elections. That doesn't m…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Toby Harnden. Toby is a recipient of the Orwell Prize for Books and a former foreign correspondent for the Sunday Times of London and the Daily Telegraph reporting from more than 30 countries. He specializes in terrorism and war and his recent book is called First Casualty: The Untold Story of the CI…
 
Today on Post Reports, what to know about monkeypox and how prepared the United States is for future pandemics. Plus, in New Orleans, the return of a beloved Mardi Gras tradition. Read more: What is monkeypox, and how concerned should we be about the virus? Cameron Wolfe, an infectious-disease expert at Duke University, explains what we know about …
 
A court case has some voters with disabilities worried that they will not be able to rely on family or caretakers for help casting a vote without breaking the law, despite federal protections. This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, political reporter Barbara Sprunt, and voting reporter Miles Parks. Support the show and unlock sponsor…
 
Level 7 Access: A Marvel Cinematic Universe Podcast Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Show Notes: We're dream walking our way back into this universe to bring you our thoughts on the MCU's latest release, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! Our impressions run the gamut, so listen in to find out what we thought. Recorded 5-22-22 …
 
Host @EDtoooFLATT recaps the NBA Conference Finals so far and the Warriors beating the Mavs to go up 3 - 0. Ed gives a couple of trade up scenarios that could help the Wizards improve. How likely is it that the Wizards could trade up to pick 4 and get Jaden Ivey out of Purdue. Who stood out in the NBA Draft combine this past weekend. Learn more abo…
 
• Includes never-before-published material from LaVey, including transcripts from his never-released “Hail Satan!” video • Shares in-depth interviews with intimate friends and collaborators, including LaVey’s partner Blanche Barton, his son Xerxes LaVey, and current heads of the Church of Satan Peter Gilmore and Peggy Nadramia • Provides inside acc…
 
On Tuesday Republican voters in Georgia will choose between candidates who supported Donald Trump’s claims that the election was stolen and those who did not. The results may say a lot about election integrity in 2022 — and the state of the GOP nationwide. Read more: In 2020, the fate of the presidency and which party would control the U.S. Senate …
 
President Biden said the U.S. Military would defend Taiwan if China invaded. He also announced a new, if nebulous, economic compact with 12 nations designed to counter China's influence in the region — an echo of the major Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement negotiated by the Obama administration and nixed by former president Trump. This epis…
 
Jesse and Brittany discuss their recent COVID journey, listener emails and voicemails related to the coming decision on Roe v. Wade, working the polls on election day, and Depp/Heard, catching up on the news they missed including protests across the country related to Roe v. Wade and the Buffalo shooting including Ted Cruz’s talking points on Fox N…
 
The Washington Wizards were listed as one of the teams that interviewed Wisconsin guard Johnny Davis. Host @EDtoooFLATT breaks down some of Johnny Davis' game and how he could fit on the Wizards. Wizards reporter Quinton Mayo says that the Wizards front office has discussed trading back in the draft. Ed looks at some scenarios where the Wizards cou…
 
We’ve got some great guests coming up in June as we kick off summer on Point of the Spear. On the first author Mark Hager speaks about WWII faith and courage in the 357th Infantry. Then, Fearghal McGarry from Belfast discusses the global impact of the Irish Revolution. And later in June Lindsay Powell enlightens us on the Jew who Defied Hadrian and…
 
Dark, Southern gothic tale of homicide detective Raven Burns, with a complicated past and a desperate case to solve. Black Girls Lit recommends the first book, A Killing Fire "to crime fiction and mystery lovers and fans of Ruth Ware and Gillian Flynn.” “Full-bodied and dynamic characters carry this one along a mystery, tying a brutal past with a b…
 
U.S. government tariffs and Department of Agriculture buying practices helped drive consolidation in the baby formula industry. When a major plant shuttered over contamination concerns in February, the industry was already vulnerable to supply chain threats. And after decades of reluctance, Finland and Sweden now hope to join NATO, the U.S.-Europe …
 
After the murder of George Floyd, reporters Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa spent months learning everything they could about Floyd’s life. The story they reveal in a new book shows how systemic racism shaped and shortened it. Read more: “He's everywhere — but he's not here. He's on somebody's wall. He's on somebody's billboard. … He's in a ne…
 
@EDtoooFLATT is joined by Josh Robbins of the Athletic to discuss how the Wizards can create their own luck after getting the 10th pick in the lottery. What players can the Wiz target at pick 10? How can they find a point guard via trade or the draft? How has Tommy Sheppard's tenure as GM been so far? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcast…
 
Kelly Grace from DNAngels search group talks about how her NPE discovery led to an entire organization that helps people find the missing puzzle pieces of their family tree. Who Even Am I Anymore; A Process Journal created by Eve Sturges (now available!) Instagram: @everythingsrelativepodcast Facebook: @everythingsrelativepodcast Twitter: @evesturg…
 
Summer 2008 sees former Royal Marine John Pierce lured from running convoys in Iraq to a lucrative contract in the steamy jungles of French West Africa. He soon discovers this new theatre is even more dangerous than the war zone he left behind. Corrupt officials, drug cartels, and competing military factions rub shoulder-to-shoulder in a melting po…
 
A year ago today, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law Texas Senate Bill 8, also known as the Texas Heartbeat Act. The law bans abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy — before many people even know they’re pregnant. It also employed a novel legal strategy that empowered ordinary people to enforce the law by suing anyone who may have hel…
 
The leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court earlier this month that showed the majority-conservative court ready to overturn Roe v. Wade has led two-thirds of Democrats to say that they are more likely to vote in November, according to the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll. That compares to just 40% of Republicans who said so. It remains t…
 
Host @EDtoooFLATT is joined by special guest Chase Hughes @ChaseHughesNBCS from NBC Sports Washington. What options do the Wizards have at pick 10? Who are some players that would be in range for the Wizards at 10? Chase names a player that the Wizards front office likes. Should the Wizards use pick 10 in a package to trade for a veteran point guar…
 
Thomas McGurrin is a fourth-grade teacher and openly gay man at a private primary school serving Portland, Oregon's wealthy progressive elite when he is falsely accused of inappropriately touching a male student. The accusation comes just as Thomas is thrust back into the center of his unusual family by his younger brother's battle with cancer. Alt…
 
In North Carolina, Rep. Ted Budd — boosted by Donald Trump's endorsement — secured a decisive win over the state's former two-term governor. And in Pennsylvania, Trump's pick for governor won the primary contest despite spreading false claims about the presidential election results. The state's GOP Senate primary remains too close to call. As expec…
 
The Wizards end up with the 10th pick in the draft. Should the Wizards trade up or stay put at pick 10. What players make sense for them at pick 10. Reacting to Tommy Sheppard's comments about expectations for young players cracking the rotation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Join Robert Child for a conversation with author Tom Clavin. Clavin, who returns to Point of the Spear, has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, and the National Newspaper Association. Several of his books have been New York Times best sellers. His new book is called To the Uttermost Ends o…
 
Violence is a thing of the past—but do new horrors lie in wait? Imagine a world devoid of violence—a world where fists can’t hit, guns don’t kill, and bombs can’t destroy. In this tantalizing novel of possibility, this has—suddenly and inexplicably—become our new reality. The U.S. president must find a new way to wage war. The Pope ponders whether …
 
Finland and Sweden are applying for NATO membership, ending decades-long policies of military neutrality. We take a look at what this means for global security. Plus, why some NATO leaders are worried about Vladimir Putin being humiliated in Ukraine. Read more: Finland and Sweden’s leaders announced in recent days that they would be seeking members…
 
A prominent conference of American conservatives — the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) — will take place in Hungary this week. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has curtailed institutional checks on his power and railed against immigration and LGBTQ rights, will be the keynote speaker. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara K…
 
@EDtoooFLATT answers part 2 of mailbag questions. Why have Spencer Dinwiddie and Davis Bertans played better since they were traded from the Washington Wizards? What went wrong with Spencer Dinwiddie in DC? What moves can the Wizards make with limited cap space to make it back to the playoffs? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.…
 
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