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The old forms of the left are moribund and the new forms are stupid. We're making a podcast that talks about the need to organize a dialectical pessimism and develop a Marxist salvage project capable of putting up a good fight as the world burns around us. A clean, honest, and unsentimental melancholy is required; we've cultivated one and would like to share it with you.
 
Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! www.ohiomysteries.com www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio MUSIC: NEW HORIZON-ADERIN MUSIC: THE GREAT UNKNOWN- AUDIONAUTIX
 
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.
 
https://soundcloud.com/leftwingaudio present Lost Records DEMOS :- demos@lostrecords.co.uk For info and licensing inquiries info@lostrecords.co.uk Please send your demos via a private soundcloud link. Thank you Lost Records positions itself firmly at the forefront of the future of dance music. With one foot knowingly planted in the rich heritage of techno, house and garage yet managing to keep two eyes on the horizon of incoming soundscapes, founders LEFTWING & KODY aim not to recycle old so ...
 
TekWars 2.0is the same TekWars as before but with a new host from the previous: introducingBoof Slonker. New episodes every Monday! This one/two episode a week broadcast will not only heighten your content experience but elevate your mind, body, and soul.John and Warren aim to narrate you through the hellscape of Modernity which we live in and provide a map to navigate this cruel world. The hosts of this program are dead set on delivering you content from guests of all shapes and sizes, acro ...
 
Refuge Church is a Bible-preaching, Jesus-loving, Gospel-centered fellowship of Christians in Ogden, Utah. We exist to enjoy and magnify the glory of the grace of God in Jesus Christ to all peoples. Our prayer is that the sermons on this podcast would bring glory to God, joy to his people, and salvation to the lost. Join us on Sunday mornings in Ogden, Utah at 8:30 or 10:30! You can also find us online at RefugeUtah.org for directions and more information about our leadership, values, and be ...
 
Elliot DeHoyos always lifts the crowds with his live DJ sets, always pushing the music boundaries, always taking you on that musical journey. DeHoyos' music is known for his blend of styles from Tech House to Melodic House, Techno to Deep House. The common thread is his driving percussive rhythm that vibrates a unique Global sound. Elliot's driving beats and rhythms have earned him residencies at New York’s top premier clubs, such as XL Lounge, Avalon in (New York), Club Deep and SBNY, as we ...
 
"Pretty Little Liars" follows four estranged best friends who are reunited one year after their best friend and queen bee of the group, Alison, goes missing - only to discover they're receiving messages from an anonymous "A" who knows all their secrets. The drama stars Lucy Hale ("Privileged") as Aria, Troian Bellisario ("Navy NCIS") as Spencer, Ashley Benson ("Eastwick") as Hanna, Shay Mitchell as Emily and Sasha Pieterse ("Heroes") as Alison. Also starring are Laura Leighton ("Melrose Plac ...
 
Chris was with Caroline on the Ross in spring 1985 but doesn't have a single photo of himself in the studio from that time after he lent the pics (and negs!) to a friend who lost the lot. Prior to that, he'd been on Dart Radio in his hometown of Dartford, Kent, alongside future Caroline colleagues Dave Foster and Tony Christian. A spell on a cable station, Radio Thamesmead, in south London, lead to former Radio Caroline man Jason Wolfe handing Chris's demo tape onto the team onboard the Ross ...
 
Listening to better music and listening to music better - with music industry veteran, author, artist, and producer John J. Thompson and a diverse panel of artists, songwriters, producers, and industry innovators who seek the deeper resonances in music and culture. Knowing that all music is spiritual, can we sing along with the good, the true, and the beautiful in ways that make us better neighbors, more compelling artists, and richer reflectors of the light by which we live and move and hav ...
 
A podcast for movie lovers, cinephiles, geeks, nerds, film junkies and anyone else that loves to talk about all things cinema. Join Nic and Tys each week as they discuss the newest trailers, recommend movies you can watch without having to get up off your couch, and share their unqualified insights and absurd opinions on all your favourite films.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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This week in the Derek Chauvin murder trial, officers and medical experts testified on the cause of George Floyd’s death. And why it’s so hard to prosecute police officers. Read more: During the second week of the Derek Chauvin murder trial, prosecutors focused on two subjects: how the former officer’s tactics, denounced by fellow police officers o…
 
What’s at stake in the biggest union battle this country has seen in decades. The future of community colleges. And, facing the prospect of “vaccine passports.” Read more: Jay Greene reports on Amazon workers’ fight for a union in a warehouse in Alabama — and the drive’s potential to inspire other workers. Normally during an economic downturn, high…
 
In the 1840s, Oliver Tompkins built a large farmhouse in Adams County, but neighbors soon began to wonder what was up with the occasional lantern flickering in the attic window. Years later, after Tompkins fled pursuing agents, they would learn the house's secrets - the hidden rooms, the trick locks, the strange passages, and the blood stain inside…
 
Understanding Georgia’s controversial new voting law. And, how to tell if it’s allergies … or covid. Read more: Georgia just passed a new voting law. Amy Gardner reports on the background of the controversial law and what actually ended up in it. As spring reaches full bloom, some allergy sufferers are wondering: Are their stuffy noses and itchy ey…
 
Why some prominent economists and Republican lawmakers are worried the economy might recover too quickly. And, what it’s like to be a teenager while lawmakers debate your right to exist. Read more: The Federal Reserve has emerged as a White House ally in rejecting concerns about overdoing the stimulus. But Rachel Siegel reports that some economists…
 
Experts warn that the United States may be entering a fourth surge of coronavirus cases. And, the things we take when we leave home. Read more: Some scientists are warning that the United States is entering a “fourth wave” in the pandemic. Others are questioning that conclusion. Reis Thebault reports. When Post community editor Yu Vongkiatkajorn le…
 
Throughout the mid-1800s, Southeast Ohio newspapers followed the criminal exploits of their incorrigible and infamous horse thief and counterfeiter, Shep Tinker. The site of his grave is a mystery, but his colorful career, Robinhood reputation and undeniable charm is still the stuff of legend, and a reason to visit Tinker's Cave. www.ohiomysteries.…
 
Plucked from the We Enjoy Wrestling podcast, Matt & Eric take you through the final four SAW films. So join the journey, maraSAWon the movies, and prepare yourself for SPIRAL: FROM THE BOOK OF SAW. (note: old commercials are intact) Time Codes: Saw V - 00:03:53 Saw VI - 00:34:44 Saw: The Final Chapter - 01:09:30 Jigsaw - 01:51:18…
 
As more vaccines become available in the U.S., the problem stops being supply and starts being how you get everyone to take one. Ariel Plotnick reports on the public health effort to bring the vaccine-hesitant around to getting a shot. Read more: “We want to be educated, not indoctrinated,” say Trump voters wary of coronavirus vaccines. Dan Diamond…
 
Emotional testimony in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. And, Biden’s massive infrastructure plan. Read more: The murder trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin began in Minneapolis this week, with emotional testimony from witnesses to George Floyd’s death. National correspondent Holl…
 
Like most other political terms, the word "neoliberal" has been used so much to describe so many disparate things that it has ceased to have meaning. Well, unfortunately neoliberalism is real and it is an economic idea and political project that completely dominates every aspect of modern capitalist society and even our resistance to it. So, listen…
 
When Cletus Reese's sister became worried when the Coshocton County farmer took a test drive in a new car and returned without the salesman, she called authorities. What searchers found on Reese's farm over the next week revealed the horror of "Murder Ridge."www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.…
 
How scammers raked in millions of dollars in pandemic relief fraud schemes. Advice for vaccinated parents about what to do with their unvaccinated kids. And, what we know about the origin of covid-19. Read more: Last week, the Justice Department announced that it had charged hundreds of scammers who targeted the trillions of dollars made available …
 
Ecuadorans were hoping for something new. Peruvians simply want a government that will work. In both countries, which hold elections on April 11, voters are largely unenthused by traditional politics—but have few viable alternative options. We preview both countries’ April 11 elections in conversations with Professors Alonso Gurmendi and Grace Jara…
 
After telling the world about the brutality he experienced in a Damascus prison, Mazen al-Hamada mysteriously returned to Syria, into the arms of his tormentors. His story goes to the heart of the Syria tragedy — a decade after the hopeful Arab Spring. Read more: After escaping from Syria to the Netherlands, Mazen al-Hamada shared his story about t…
 
Sandy, Billy, Jimmy and Joey Naples were some of Youngstown's most infamous racketeers. But like a plot line from a Godfather movie, three met untimely - and officially unsolved - ends. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Music: Shake it Off, by …
 
The economic cost of racism for Asian businesses. And Tunisia a decade after the Arab Spring. Read more: There’s an economic cost to racism as Asian business owners reduce hours and shell out for security in the wake of the Atlanta shootings, says business reporter Tracy Jan. Tunisia is often considered the biggest “success” of the Arab Spring. A d…
 
Hollywood Hangover! This episode, Maestro Russo and the Priceinator are BACK to break down all thing JUSTICE LEAGUE: The Snyder Cut! Is the 4 hour behemoth better than the original? How did we all get here in the first place, anyway? And will there be more like it in the future? All this and more!By Chris and Joe
 
Head over to our Patreon and join for $2 a month to hear the whole episode and sign up on our Discord to take part in future Patron Roundtables. We were joined by some of our choicest patrons to discuss the question of the party form. Join us as we solve the party problem. Join us on our Discord to plan out to plan out the next one, then remember t…
 
Biden gives his first news conference as president. The NCAA’s problem with women’s basketball. And how a movie studio gave new life to a box office flop. Read more: On Thursday, President Biden fielded questions from the press about the immigration surge at the U.S.-Mexico border, whether he wants to kill the filibuster and what he plans to do abo…
 
Capt. Samuel Brady was often called the Daniel Boone of the Ohio Valley, and a hero who worked to protect settlers from Indian marauders in the late 1700s. But his legend, they say, was cemented by one desperate act he took while - naked, weaponless and scorched by a fire meant to kill him - he evaded hundreds of pursuing warriors in a flight throu…
 
President Biden is pushing for new gun-control measures after the mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder. Plus, what relaxed rules for art sales mean for the future of museums. Read more: Biden is urging Congress to immediately pass stronger gun laws after two mass shootings in less than a week. Reporter Sean Sullivan lays out Biden’s agenda on guns…
 
Though mass shootings have happened less often during the pandemic, gun deaths remain high in the U.S. And, an independent panel says the AstraZeneca vaccine trial data is misleading. Read more: On Monday afternoon, a man walked into a Boulder, Colo., grocery store and started shooting. Ten people were killed, including a responding police officer.…
 
What we know about the AstraZeneca vaccine. And, the fractured relationship between Google and historically Black colleges and universities. Read more: Science reporter Carolyn Y. Johnson breaks down the results of the U.S. trial for the AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine — and its challenges. Google’s failing approach to recruiting historically Black sc…
 
Its been said elsewhere that it is easier to imagine the end of the world than it is to imagine the end of capitalism. Well, that may be true, but it doesn't take much imagining to conceive of the end of the world. We are currently living though the end of the world. Who would have thought it would be so boring? Join us as we lament our collective …
 
In 1894, searchers in Paulding, Ohio found the gruesome charred and mutilated remains of two children that had gone missing the day before. Within two hours, the sheriff arrested a slow-witted boy who lived near the crime scene. More than a century after his conviction and hanging, some wonder, was he guilty? www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomyst…
 
The fate of the Senate filibuster will decide the future of the Biden presidency. Today, we dive deep into the filibuster’s origins and myths — and we talk to people who say that killing this arcane procedural roadblock is the only way to save the Senate. Read more: President Biden and Senate Democrats are faced with the question of whether to refo…
 
A look at the unique vulnerability of spa workers in the wake of the deadly shootings in Atlanta. And how to handle your Zoom fatigue. Read more: Eight people have died after a gunman opened fire in Asian-run spas in and around Atlanta. Six of the victims were Asian women. Anne Branigin, a staff writer for The Lily, looks at the unique vulnerabilit…
 
In 1969, a Cleveland teen who wanted to burn some trash rolled an abandoned barrel from a vacant lot to his yard to help do the deed. But when he opened the metal drum, he found a dismembered body inside. The man was never identified. Now, the nonprofit PorchLight Project is leading an effort to research the man's DNA to give him a name, and possib…
 
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