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Let’s Go Together, a new podcast from Travel + Leisure, features diverse voices sharing their unique travel experiences and inspiring others to explore the world. Each week host Kellee Edwards, award-winning travel expert, speaks to guests about inclusivity, including episodes that introduce an adventurer who climbed Machu Picchu in his wheelchair and the first documented black woman to visit every country in the world. Come back every Wednesday for a new episode!
 
In the South, talking about food is personal. It’s a way of sharing a part of your history, your family, your culture, and yourself. Each week, Sid Evans, Editor in Chief of Southern Living, will sit down with celebrity musicians to hear stories of how they grew up, what inspired them, and how they’ve been shaped by Southern culture. Sid will take us back to some of their most cherished memories and traditions, the family meals they still think about, and their favorite places to eat on the ...
 
Allrecipes podcast, Homemade, celebrates good food, the people who make it, and the stories and traditions of beloved recipes. On the show, host Martie Duncan (author, home cook, and Next Food Network Star finalist), talks to cooks of all stripes to reveal the memories and traditions behind their favorite foods.
 
Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories podcast, hosted and produced by entertainment journalist Tre'vell Anderson, is a closer look at LGBTQ+ representation in Hollywood from both sides of the camera, Season 1 features conversations with some of our favorite LGBTQ+ entertainers about the queer legends, icons, and contemporaries who inspired their own work and art. Season 2: Beyond the Binary contributes to popular discourse about representation on and off screen through the lens of the nonbin ...
 
From Laura Brown and the Editors of InStyle comes a podcast dedicated to and inspired by the women who are consistently brave, kind and curious. The ones who empower other women and know how to get things done. Following the tone of InStyle, it’s not just celebs for celebs sake; it’s the ones who have something to say. It’s not just fashion for fashion’s sake; it’s about style and how to make it yours. In weekly interviews, Laura shares the mic with the changemakers and rulebreakers making w ...
 
Money Confidential, a new podcast from Real Simple, explores the many aspects of money: making it, saving it, investing it, giving it, spending it and—sometimes, hardest of all—talking about it. Each week, Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez, a nationally recognized money expert, delves into your (confidential) money problems and delivers smart, practical, and completely doable solutions that will help you work toward your ultimate financial goals. She cuts through the confusion of investing beyond ...
 
That New Mom Life, a new podcast from Parents Magazine, is here to hold your hand through those first bleary-eyed, isolating months of parenthood, when you’re not even sure what day it is.Each week, co-hosts Grace Bastidas, Editor-in-Chief of Parents Latina, and Desiree Fortin, mom of triplets and a newborn, share the mic with leading experts and fellow parents as they talk sleep deprivation, body changes, making mom friends, and more. No topic is off-limits!For more information visit parent ...
 
We Are Family, the new podcast from Parents magazine shines a light on the beautiful diversity of today’s families. Each week, co-hosts Julia Dennison, single mom and Editor of Parents.com, and Shaun T, dad and fitness motivator, explore the changing face of family in America today. Interviewing a mix of celebrities, experts and parents on the most buzzworthy parenting topics, from IVF to surrogacy, fostering and adoption, blended families, LGBTQ+ parenting and more, listen as they share the ...
 
Companies today are facing a global war for talent. At the same time, the talent with the skills companies are fighting over wants more flexibility around the way they work and the way they live. Talent now has a choice and this is pushing companies to change. We will bring together thought leaders, staffing experts, and top freelancers to talk about the changing nature of work and how companies can navigate these changes to attract talent that will alter the course of their business to ensu ...
 
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The visibility of nonbinary people in popular culture is at an all-time high. From central characters on television shows to nonbinary actors and artists gracing the covers of fashion magazines, the likelihood of people not knowing of a nonbinary person is growing slimmer by the day. Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories: Beyond the Binary promises…
 
As grilling season is upon us and we can safely begin to gather with friends and family again, Homemade host Martie Duncan welcomes pitmaster, author and television personality Ray Lampe -- known as Dr. BBQ -- to discuss the difference between grilling and BBQ, as well as tips for finding the best ground beef at your local supermarket. Then, Martie…
 
For the one-year anniversary of the Power Hungry Podcast, we welcome back – for her third appearance -- Meredith Angwin, the author of Shorting the Grid: The Hidden Fragility of Our Electric Grid. Of the 57 episodes we published over the past year, the February 17th episode with Angwin was our most popular one. Thus, we (producer Tyson Culver and I…
 
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Matthew Ramsey -- singer, guitarist and songwriter for popular country band Old Dominion -- about recording their latest album in North Carolina, supporting the arts for high-schoolers in his Virginia hometown, and how Old Dominion’s hit song “Some People Do” h…
 
Sometimes our money mistakes can have a lingering impact on our financial future. Hannah, a 28-year-old living in the midwest, tried to resolve her debt and improve her credit score only to be scammed in the process. For Hannah, and everyone who can relate to her situation, host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez speaks with financial attorney Leslie Tay…
 
The visibility of nonbinary people in popular culture is at an all-time high. From central characters on television shows to nonbinary actors and artists gracing the covers of fashion magazines, the likelihood of people not knowing of a nonbinary person is growing slimmer by the day. Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories: Beyond the Binary promises…
 
One of Food Network’s first breakout stars in the late 1990’s thanks to the program Cooking Live, Sara Moulton is a staple of culinary television. Now the host of Sara’s Weeknight Meals on PBS, she’s an accomplished author of cookbooks like Home Cooking 101: How to Make Everything Taste Better. On today’s episode of Homemade, Sara joins host Martie…
 
On this episode, we head to the oak tree-lined roads of Savannah, Georgia to visit The Grey, a formerly segregated Greyhound bus terminal turned award winning restaurant. Host Kellee Edwards chats with its co-owners, James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey and her business partner John O. Morisano. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to various guests about the impact their fathers have had on their cooking and their careers. Join us for discussions and stories this week with Scott Avett of the Avett Brothers, Jake Owen, Jenee Fleenor and Ashley McBryde, who performs live and acoustically for …
 
Rupert Darwall is a fellow at the RealClearFoundation and the author of two books: Green Tyranny, and The Age of Global Warming. In this episode, Darwall talks to Robert about his recent report on the pressure for companies to adopt ESG (environmental, social, and governance) principles, the “weaponization of finance by billionaire climate activist…
 
In an ever-changing world, the employer-employee relationship is more crucial than ever before. After nearly a year and a half of remote work and video meetings, properly managing employee burnout has become one of the most important factors in corporate success. In this episode, we speak with Mai Ton, Chief People Officer of Kickstarter, about wha…
 
This week, Elaine, a 29-year-old listener from Queens, New York, is completely overwhelmed by her massive student loan debt, and is struggling to balance her goal of becoming debt free with all her other financial goals, from buying a house and starting a family to saving for retirement. To help Elaine--and everyone else out there struggling with a…
 
The visibility of nonbinary people in popular culture is at an all-time high. From central characters on television shows to nonbinary actors and artists gracing the covers of fashion magazines, the likelihood of people not knowing of a nonbinary person is growing slimmer by the day. Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories: Beyond the Binary promises…
 
Flaky or fluffy? Rolled or dropped? Ham or jam, in the middle? Biscuits are a treasured, time-honored part of our table, but personal and specific to everyone’s individual tastes or family history. Today, Homemade host Martie Duncan is joined by three “biscuit bosses” -- Karl Worley, Scott Peacock and Chadwick Boyd -- who will share their tips, exp…
 
On this episode, we head to San Francisco’s Historic Castro District, home to one of the nation’s most well-know LGBTQIA enclaves, to talk with Terry Beswick, the Executive Director of the GLBT Historical Society. We chat with Terry about his personal history of advocating for the LGBTQIA community, his current work preserving LGBTQIA history, and …
 
Dave Schryver is the CEO of the American Public Gas Association, which represents about 1,000 municipally and publicly-owned natural gas distribution systems. In this episode, Schryver tells Robert that the gas business is “under attack like never before,” how the gas grid contributes to energy reliability and efficiency, and why his group will “ne…
 
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Jimmie Allen about growing up in Delaware, his love of fishing, and his family’s Christmas traditions at Disney World. Plus, how he has been influenced by the strength of his mother and grandmother. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
A 28-year-old on the corporate career track asks if now is the right time to walk away from the financial security of a steady paycheck to pursue an entrepreneurial dream. Host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez talks to money expert Paco de Leon about what ‘enough’ money means when we’re talking about starting a business — in a pandemic no less. If you …
 
The visibility of nonbinary people in popular culture is at an all-time high. From central characters on television shows to nonbinary actors and artists gracing the covers of fashion magazines, the likelihood of people not knowing of a nonbinary person is growing slimmer by the day. Entertainment Weekly's Untold Stories: Beyond the Binary promises…
 
No matter which of his popular TV programs he’s worked on -- from the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods to MSNBC’s What’s Eating America? -- chef Andrew Zimmern has always found comfort in sharing meals with families. His latest show, Family Dinner (streaming now on Discovery Plus), centers around how Americans with different backgrounds and cultures …
 
Nick DeIuliis is the CEO of CNX Resources Corporation, a Pittsburgh-based natural gas producer. In this episode, DeIuliis talks with Robert about how shale gas has boosted the Pennsylvania economy, the “façade” of ESG, why low-cost energy has given the United States an “epic strategic advantage” over the rest of the world, and the themes in his upc…
 
The visibility of nonbinary people in popular culture is at an all-time high. From central characters on television shows including Starz’s P-Valley and CBS All Access’s Star Trek: Discovery, to nonbinary actors and artists gracing the covers of fashion magazines, the likelihood of people not knowing of a nonbinary person is growing slimmer by the …
 
While we are busy recording new episodes of Homemade, check out this episode from Biscuits & Jam from Southern Living. Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to 2020 James Beard Award finalist Cheetie Kumar about the launch of her celebrated restaurant Garland (Raleigh, NC), dealing with the fallout of COVID-19 as a restaurat…
 
Travel bloggers Christina Guan (Happy to Wander) and Juno Kim (Runaway Juno) talk about their experiences as Asian travelers, increased anti-Asian racism around COVID-19, and why we need more diverse representation in the travel space. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Travel + Leisure
 
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Wynonna Judd about life on her farm, her deep connection to her fans and her mother Naomi’s list of rules around the holidays. Plus, how her latest EP Recollections showcases a connection to her past. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Michael Shellenberger is the founder of Environmental Progress and the author of the best-selling book Apocalypse Never: How Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All. In his second appearance on the podcast, Shellenberger talks with Robert about the remarkable success of Apocalypse Never, his next book, San Fransicko: Why Progressives Ruin Cities, which…
 
The past 14 months have changed the way we work. And as workplaces grow more flexible, companies can begin to adapt their cultures in creative ways. In this episode, we speak with Kristin Johnson, Chief Human Resources Officer of Fortune 500 company Edward Jones, about what reopening can look like. Johnson joined the premier financial services firm…
 
This week on Money Confidential we meet a 39-year-old mom from Illinois who feels stuck in a cycle of financial feast or famine. Host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez and money expert Tiffany Aliche ‘The Budgetnista’ walk through the practical steps that our guest--and everyone else who can relate with her struggles--can use to become more financially …
 
For three decades and counting on The Simpsons, Yeardley Smith has voiced the smart and compassionate middle-child Lisa, who became a vegetarian early in the show’s history thanks to a little help from Paul and Linda McCartney. Aside from life as an animated kid, Yeardley has been busy in her kitchen with the Instagram/YouTube series Oil & Water, a…
 
In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada -- the Grammy-nominated duo Black Pumas -- about their huge soul hit “Colors,” how a live performance on YouTube brought them millions of new fans, and why their partnership couldn’t have flourished anywhere other than Austin, TX.…
 
Steven Koonin is a theoretical physicist who has had a long career in academia, business, and government. In this episode, Koonin talks with Robert about his new book, Unsettled, why he believes efforts to limit debate about climate science are “pernicious,” why he is concerned about the reliability of the electric grid, why he finds the “denier” t…
 
How do you prioritize your money goals when you don’t even know where to begin? Blake, a 27-year-old East Coaster feels overwhelmed by all the advice out there about what he should be doing with his money in order to get on the path to financial success. To help Blake and everyone like him, host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez talks to money expert Pa…
 
In the public eye from a young age as a child actor, Tia Mowry worked hard in the kitchen long before she and her twin sister Tamera scored their big break in the early 90’s on TV’s Sister, Sister. In recent years, Tia has turned that love for feeding her family into hosting her own Cooking Channel program as well as a YouTube series offering delic…
 
On this episode, we head to New Orleans… New Orleans East to be exact, to the Vietnamese American neighborhood of Versailles, where Linh Garza’s family opened Dong Phuoung Banh Mi & Baked Goods in 1982 after arriving in New Orleans as refugees. We talk to Linh about how her family’s bakery became one of the hottest bakeshops in the city, and ask ho…
 
In this week's episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, talks to chef, restaurateur, author and five-time James Beard Award semi-finalist Vivian Howard about her latest book, her North Carolina roots and the unique experience of both opening and closing a restaurant during the pandemic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visi…
 
In this, the final (and shortest) episode of Indian Point Blackout Week, Robert talks to James Shillitto, the president of Utility Workers Union of America Local 1-2, which represents many of the workers who worked at the nuclear plant. Shillitto, who spent three decades of his career as an electrical lineman, said “Indian Point closed because of f…
 
Alicia, a 49-year-old school psychologist and mother of two children, is juggling multiple money goals following her recent divorce: furnishing her new home, paying off debt, helping her college-aged kids pay their tuition, and building up her savings. Host Stefanie O’Connell Rodriguez and attorney and wealth expert Tasha Cochran lay out a step-by-…
 
Madison Czerwinski is the founder and executive director of the Campaign for a Green Nuclear Deal, which aims to “articulate a new vision for nuclear growth.” Madison explains why she attended the “funeral” for the Indian Point nuclear plant on April 30, why the closure is “unconscionable,” and why she is so angry that the United States built a “wo…
 
Reiner Kuhr, an adjunct professor at University of Massachusetts Lowell, worked in the electric power sector for more than 40 years. In this episode, Kuhr, who calls himself an “energy technology economist,” explains why keeping nuclear plants like Indian Point operating is a far cheaper way to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions than by using wind, an…
 
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