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When thinking about the support local movement, it really got me wondering how best I can support my community, so I wanted to create a new platform for businesses to promote themselves. Instead of just seeing the sign on the street, I wanted to get past the sign and really get to know the person behind the business. To find out who they are and what passion they had to start their company. Maybe that way we can really get behind our business community and make the choice to support local!
 
After the Fact is a podcast from The Pew Charitable Trusts that brings you data and analysis on the issues that matter to you—from our environment and the sciences, to larger economic trends and public health. Experts from Pew and other special guests discuss the numbers and trends shaping some of society’s biggest challenges with host Dan LeDuc, then go behind the facts with nonpartisan analysis and stories.
 
A Golf Business Podcast for Golf Professionals who want to innovate and drive change in the Golf Business and their careers. Created by PGA of America Professional and change maker Jay LeDuc. I share my personal experiences and insights along my journey as a PGA Golf Professional, Strategist, Innovator and Creator and how they can be applied by golf professionals.
 
A new podcast from harm reduction and cannabis education organisation VoxCann. Join us as we chat with experts, community members and our peers - always by youth, for youth. Our podcast is bilingual and available in French and English, so feel free to listen in either language or both!
 
Local personalities Tina Howell & Jeff Maumus use all of their experience and knowledge to share everything that has to do with New Orleans! They cover sports, culture, food, festivals and hidden tales told in their own NOLA way. A fun and entertaining trip to one of the most unique cities in the world!
 
Generation Z has the world at their fingertips. We are the most informed generation yet! Join Mackenzie Amyx to find out what the life of a Gen Zer is really like. So many people are mystified by this generation that is quickly growing up. Mackenzie is here to provide insights into how Gen Zers think, behave, and live! If you’re a Gen Zer looking for your daily relatable or a parent trying to understand their teen, this is for you. FEEDBACK I hope you'll like Gen Z with Mackenzie and give it ...
 
Doing It At Home is a weekly podcast about home birth and our decision to go from a traditional hospital birth with an OBGYN to a natural birth at home with midwives. This is a raw and honest show that explores homebirth from every angle. We talk about the fears and judgements thrown at you when you choose home birth. We share resources that we found tremendously helpful for understanding our birthing options. We confess the magic and craziness in preparing for pregnancy, home birth, motherh ...
 
Welcome to the FunkMMA Strength and Conditioning Podcast with your host Funk Roberts. In this podcast we discuss everything strength and conditioning for the MMA, martial arts, combat athlete and those that want to train like one. We will talk workouts, nutrition, supplements, prehab, training, coaching, mindset, fitness and life lessons. There will be frequent guest from Professional fighters, trainers, coaches, doctors and more…join Funk with frequent co-hosts Andy T and Mrs Funk!
 
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Matilda Leduc-Grimaldi, PhD is an international art curator and occasionally a guest lecturer in US universities, with an MA from Paris I-Sorbonne, an MBA from Hult International Business School, and an Italian PhD. She specialized in late 19th- early 20th century art and history. She’s the co-editor of the book “Finding Livingstone”.…
 
Armstrong wins Stomper’s manager for a week, Leduc sends Norvell Austin out of Southeastern, 5,800 see it! Produced by Lou Kipilman! Ron Fuller’s Studcast is a production of the Arcadian Vanguard Podcast Network The post Episode 208: Armstrong Wins Gorgeous George Jr. appeared first on Ron Fuller's Studcast.…
 
Dr. Katarzyna Tesmer is an award-winning Aesthetic Medicine Specialist and Board-certified Neonatologist with over 37 years of experience. She is the Medical Director of Visage Laser & Skin Care Center in Anaheim Hills, CA, one of the nation’s most reputable laser & skincare clinics. Dr. Tesmer pushes the limits of the most advanced treatments on t…
 
What narratives are you telling yourself and buying into when it comes to pregnancy, birth and postpartum? We go through some of these in our conversation with Brooke Cates, CEO/founder of The Bloom Method, a pre and postnatal fitness method. Particularly the disempowering ones, and how we shift them into empowering ones. Phrases like: Pregnancy is…
 
Vote for Exploring the Wine Glass in the Podcast Awards 1- Click the link below 2- Fill out your information. Please put WE LIKE DRINKING as most influential podcaster. 3- Hit Submit. 4- On the next screen scroll to ARTS 5- Vote for EXPLORING THE WINE GLASS You can ignore all the other categories if you wish. . https://www.podcastawards.com/app/sig…
 
Monty Ghosh is an Internist, Addiction Specialist, and Researcher who works in both Calgary and Edmonton Alberta. He works with multiple community based not for profit organizations to provide support for marginalized populations including The Alex and The Calgary Drop-In Centre. He also helps foster and create unique programs to support those livi…
 
In this episode, Makda is joined by writer and editor Jen Sookfong Lee for a conversation about Jen’s debut poetry collection THE SHADOW LIST. They talk about literary risk-taking, navigating writing (and life) as racialized women, Jen’s complicated but loving relationship with Vancouver, and so much more. Jen Sookfong Lee was born and raised in Va…
 
Please Like & Subscribe! Fleurs Truly hosts Tina Howell & Jeff Maumus talk to Mike Hoss the New Voice of the NFL's New Orleans Saints! Mike has been a longtime media personality in New Orleans and they talk about his career, his new position and his insights on the Saints and the upcoming season. Hoss Communications Facebook Page: https://www.faceb…
 
Dr. Aaron Weiner, PhD, ABPP is a board-certified Psychologist and addiction specialist, and speaks nationally on the topics of addiction, behavioral health, and the impact of drug policy on public health. His perspective is informed by years of experience growing and directing addiction service lines for hospitals and healthcare systems, the curren…
 
How do you move through and relate to a lot of the challenges that can come up when you make the switch to have a home birth? Today we have a unique episode. Our guest is Sarah Bivens! Usually acting as co-host, the roles got shifted up a bit when Matthew and Sarah decided to sit down and have Matthew interview Sarah on her pregnancy and birth expe…
 
Charita Castro, a social science researcher and ambassador for the American Association for the Advancement of Science IF/THEN Ambassadors program, speaks about how to recruit more women and people of color to the STEM fields¾science, technology, engineering, and math¾to strengthen innovationBy The Pew Charitable Trusts
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today I sit down with some wine writer friends and we discuss whether hyper specific wine glasses are a necessity or a luxury. Last month I read an article in Wine Enthusiast written by Kelly A.…
 
Georgia Messinger (she/her/hers), originally from Los Angeles, CA, is a junior at Harvard University studying psychology and computer science and the founder of the Trill Project and Girls Get IT. Experienced managing teams of 30+ other students, Georgia’s organized conferences for hundreds of attendees (BOLD Conference & Young Women’s Conference),…
 
This week on the pod, friend of the show Jessica Johns returns to talk to poet Selina Boan about her debut poetry collection UNDOING HOURS. They chat about writing with attentiveness, protecting oneself on the page, the joys and challenges of being a language learner, and more. Jessica Johns is a nehiyaw aunty with English-Irish ancestry and a memb…
 
In this conversation with Fanta Traore, we hear about her work to support and empower Black women in economics, finance, and data science fields through The Sadie Collective. She shares the latest data on how increasing diversity in the economic workforce can help encourage innovative problem solving for society.…
 
Terri Pantuso, PhD, is an Instructional Assistant Professor of English and Coordinator of Freshman Composition at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Dr. Pantuso has nearly 30 years of teaching experience in both secondary and post-secondary schools and has worked with pre-service and veteran teachers in numerous districts throughout Te…
 
What do you do when your care providers drop you and tell you to change your birth plan, at 35 weeks? This is the exact circumstance that Adina Rivers found herself in during her second pregnancy. Originally planning for a home birth with a midwife, Adina was now facing not only her midwife releasing her from her care, but no other midwife in her a…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today I am talking Shrubs with William Caines, owner and head shrub maker at Wicked Bess. Will reached out to me on Instagram and asked if I would be interested in sampling his shrubs. After tel…
 
"The Wedding of Mrs. Fox" (German: Die Hochzeit der Frau Füchsin) is two German fairy tales collected under the same title by the Brothers Grimm in Grimm's Fairy Tales as number 38. It was included in all editions, and is classified as Aarne-Thompson type 65, 1350, 1352*, and 1510. The second version of the tale was told to the Grimms by Ludovico B…
 
In this episode of the pod, writer Jessica Johns interviews poet Molly Cross-Blanchard about EXHIBITIONIST, her debut full-length collection of poetry. They talk about their relationships to place, to the body, to love, and so much more. Jessica Johns is a nehiyaw aunty with English-Irish ancestry and a member of Sucker Creek First Nation in Treaty…
 
In this bonus episode of our “Race and Research” season, we share an extended talk with Dr. Marie Bernard, chief officer for scientific workforce diversity at the National Institutes of Health, on her experience as a Black female physician and efforts to improve diversity within health care, from at a patient’s bedside to medical research.…
 
“I think anything that’s written about well can be interesting.”—Shashi Bhat, EVENT This is a special replay episode—my very first podcast episode. I’m re-releasing this conversation with Shashi Bhat who was when we spoke and is still now Editor at EVENT magazine. This being the first episode, was very apropos for my personal writing life; EVENT wa…
 
Content Warning: Discussion of mental health and discussion of disordered eating. Listen as Dr. Fernanda Pérez-Gay Juárez discusses some of most important intersections of cannabis and health with students, assessing their most pressing concerns, including how our bodies process cannabis, the different effects cannabis can have , the safest ways to…
 
What happens when you were born at home, and then you grow up to realize that it’s actually not considered “normal” for most people? For Morgan Oberstein, home birth was a very normalized thing within her family. Not only was she born at home, but she and other home birth children amongst the extended family would often be at attendance for other h…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today I am sharing a glass with Ara Sarkissian from Storica Wines. Storica Wines is located in Armenia and I was so excited to learn about long wine history (about 6,000 years of history) of Arm…
 
Dr. Robert Alexander is the CEO and Co-Founder of AuraLab, a company that helps individuals thrive through transformational breathing technology. The Breathscape app supports deep meditative states by turning breath into music in real-time. Before launching AuraLab, he worked as a NASA fellow at Goddard Space Flight Center, a Chief Innovation Offic…
 
Stat: 68%: The percentage of technology experts who express doubt about ethical standards in artificial intelligence systems. Story: Technology driven by artificial intelligence and other data science will lead to life-changing innovation in the coming years. But much of the historical data those innovations will rely on could be biased. In this ep…
 
In this episode of the pod, poet Matthew James Weigel interviews writer Jordan Abel about his latest book, NISHGA. They discuss genre b(l)ending, the work of reclamation, the interconnectedness of the Jordan Abel Literary Universe, and so much more. Matthew James Weigel is a Dene and Métis poet and artist who holds a Bachelor of Science in Biologic…
 
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