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In early 2020 Bryan Green asked his best friend Krissy Hoadley to help him fulfill a life long dream...Create a mediocre comedy podcast! Now each Tuesday and Friday they take a break from reality and dig into the insanity. It's an irreverent and humorous look at friendship, life, this crazy world and those who inhabit it. Join each episode as the gang discusses: Televangelist extramarital romances! Months old celebrity and entertainment gossip! Dating advice for singles looking to avoid seco ...
 
Genesis the Podcast is a new way to connect with Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support and expand your thinking about domestic violence and related issues that affect women. Genesis the Podcast is also a safe place to gather resources and information if you are in an abusive relationship and need safety, shelter or support. Listen every week for fresh content related to domestic violence, to connect with world-renown professionals, participate in exclusive events and training opportunities, an ...
 
Ready to learn what podcasts people in the podcasting industry listen to when they aren't working on their own sh*t? Join us at Chatting Over Chowder where two minority women who own a podcast management business talk to OTHER women in the podcasting industry about what podcasts they are listening to....while eating chowder (or soup).
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been cover ...
 
Purgatory Perceptions recaptures the spontaneity lost amongst shelter-in-place and social distancing. Like a night out at a new bar or house-party, Purgatory Perceptions is a curated entertainment experience where cool kids can still meet other cool kids despite the state of society.The show harnesses Green’s rich artistic network; guests range from hot upstarts to established talents. Blurring the border between mediums, Purgatory Perceptions intermingles musicians with visual artists, aest ...
 
At the start of the quarantine and shelter in place orders during the COVID19 pandemic, I decided to create a virtual neighborhood stoop on which come together, talk about how we feel, apply some yogic wisdom and do a daily guided meditation. The first season episodes were all originally on Instagram Live with accompanying video and live participation from guests and we called it "It's A Workable Day In The Neighborhood" for those 32 days. For Season 2 onward, these weekly, lively, un-polish ...
 
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Bride to Have Been

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Bride to Have Been

Emily Lewis X StudioPod Media

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Host Emily Lewis was supposed to get married on September 12, 2020, to her best friend, in front of her tribe of 150 loved ones. Needless to say, the vision she had crafted on Pinterest was upended by the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter in place. In March, she was optimistic that she and her husband were safe, but as time progressed, the realization set in that she had to bob and weave. From 150 to 7, she had an unexpected dream wedding; not everyone has had that same experience. On the Bride ...
 
Scream, Queen! Is a podcast about scary movies, by people not typically depicted in scary movies. Hosts Drea Washington and Tommy Pico dish about what goes bump in the night—from a black/queer/indigenous perspective—and have a damn good time. Produced by Domino Sound.
 
It takes a village. Each episode co-hosts Lauren Malhoit, Matt Oswalt and Yadin Porter de Leon bring in members of the technology community (our village) so that they can provide the listeners with their unique experience and perspective on a range of topics. Each episode is designed to help the members of the tech community move forward with their skills and advance in their careers.
 
Welcome to The Plague, the podcast where we look, not just at the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but at our nation’s home-made plagues, plagues created by human socioeconomic systems, that make the coronavirus more virulent and dangerous. The coronavirus infects the human body, but what illnesses in our body politic make us more vulnerable to it? Economic inequality? Environmental devastation? Labor precarity? Alienation? We pick a different societal plague each week and talk with an expert a ...
 
Welcome to The Render—a podcast for the interior design curious. Explore the little-known stories from the world of home design with your hosts, Alessandra Wood and Maddy Warner. Each episode they’ll discuss the social and cultural impact of interior design, muse about why it matters today, and dive into famous movements, styles, and trends past and present.
 
The Noise Pop Podcast is a monthly series showcasing new music discoveries and a diverse slate of guest artists from the independent music scene and beyond. Produced by Noise Pop, San Francisco’s go-to indie music, arts and film festival for over 25 years and hosted by music journalist Adrian Spinelli (Paste Magazine, SF Chronicle, etc..), we deliver engaging episodes that are always rooted in the music that we love and that we know you will too. Past guests have included: Khruangbin, Thao N ...
 
Heal your relationship traumas, wounds, triggers, & karma with Dr. Shelly and Kumar, relationship experts, tantra teachers, and a happily married couple. We are going to share with you biohacks from neuroscience, ancient practices like tantra and taosim, plant medicine and modern day coaching techniques that will take your relationship and sex life to the next level.
 
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The Oyster

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The Oyster

The Paragon Collective

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In a not so distant future, due to overwhelming carbon emissions, The Earth is on the brink of becoming uninhabitable. These conditions are made far more horrifying because the available housing shelters (that can produce sustainable air quality) will only be able to house 80% of the world’s total population. To try and save the human race, every person has a government-mandated microchip implanted in their brains to attempt to facilitate the migration of a portion of the population to an un ...
 
SANCTUARY: a place of refuge or safety. A place of shelter and protection from the law that would punish or bind. A holy place, a consecrated place - set apart from the world and full of peace. Join host Holly Christine Hayes, Founder + CEO of Sanctuary Project, as she interviews some of your favorite experts on how to find "sanctuary" from the most common challenges, heartbreaks, and setbacks that plague us all. Finding Sanctuary means finding ways to experience healing and peace in the mid ...
 
A podcast that explores how advertising, technology, and the internet is shaping the world around us and impacting our daily lives. Have you ever wondered why that pair of shoes is following you around the internet? Or is my phone really listening to me to inform the advertising I see? Or maybe you want to learn more about what laws and legislation are being put in place to protect you and your data? In every You're On Mute episode we will try to answer questions, uncover truths, and provide ...
 
The Streetwise Cycle is a series of nine interconnected stories about people living unexpectedly interconnected lives on the streets of Los Angeles. It's a view of the city, as seen by the people who sleep on its streets. There are nine stories in all, each of them exactly 999 words long. The podcast is available in three episodes, each containing three stories. To read the stories or see a map of where they take place, visit StreetwiseCycle.com. Author Cheryl Klein calls The Streetwise Cycl ...
 
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The Tax Factor

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The Tax Factor

Jamaal Solomon, EA MST

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At www.thetaxfactor.com, we take the fear out of taxes. We share the latest news and info in our blog but try our best to be more imaginative and down-to-earth than your typical accountant. Look at it this way, The Tax Factor is a movement, a place for ordinary taxpaying people like you—who may have a small business question or seek more info on tax deductions. We provide free advice in our Tax Blog. Most of us feel like lambs when approached by the IRS, a pack of suited wolves hired to inti ...
 
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Research tells us that as we age, we get happier—but how can this be true when getting older often means losing the people and things that we love? Today, we return for part 2 of A Better Age, where people in their 70's, 80's, and 90's give us hope for what's ahead. This episode is dedicated in loving memory of Isaac Yunhu Lee, who made this world …
 
The city of Seattle mistakenly sent more than $800,000 of funds intended to help homeless people to fraudsters earlier this year, according to emails obtained by The Seattle Times. The city confirmed in a statement that the FBI and U.S. Secret Service are investigating. Nine payments sent between November 2020 and April 2021, totaling more than $80…
 
This time around, we're joined once again by Merc Fenn Wolfmoor (@Merc_Wolfmoor) to talk about their new novella, The Wolf Among the Wild Hunt! We talk about queernorm worlds, physical video game packaging, and some of the great things we've been reading. Things mentioned on this episode: Grimdark (genre) Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Friends for Robots…
 
I am so excited and honored to feature my Shelter in Place episode on the Chatting Over Chowder platform. The Kasama Collective is storytelling training intensive that I was chosen for in August. This program was created by Nate & Laura Davis of Shelter in Place Podcast. In this program, our collective learns how to craft stories, write scripts, cr…
 
Bestselling author Erich von Däniken shares the story of a 16-year-old grave-diver who discovered a mysterious labyrinth of the old kings under one of the pyramids of Saqqara. In this book, Erich von Däniken shares the story of his friend Adel H., an Egyptologist, who, as a 16-year-old boy, was trapped for days under the Step Pyramid of Saqqara. Ba…
 
A Seattle-area Republican pushing a new "Refund Police" initiative says suburban taxpayers have unfortunately been bearing the brunt of the far-left inner city's failed policies, as his $14.4 million push for the sheriff's office aims to offset measures tying police's hands when it comes to public safety. King County Council Vice Chairman Reagan Du…
 
Some residents who live in the northwest part of Seattle's Ballard neighborhood have been engaged in a tense standoff recently with Charles Woodward, also known as Lawnmower Man, in a dispute that neighbors are threatening to take to court. The two sides are at odds because Woodward has lined up nearly two dozen lawnmowers at the corner of 8th Aven…
 
Challenges to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private employers will be consolidated in the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, a panel dominated by judges appointed by Republicans. The Cincinnati-based court was selected Tuesday in a random drawing using ping-pong balls, a process employed when challenges to certain federal agenc…
 
Bryan explains to Krissy how complicated going out eat has become with children. He shares a story about a recent trip to eat at a restaurant that ended with a visit to NINE restaurants! Then they discuss how different the dining experience can be in Europe. Bryan is reminded of a stroll around a Spanish village with his extended family that ended …
 
A riot was declared as a group of about 200 protesters in downtown Portland began breaking windows, throwing objects at police and talked about burning down the Justice Center Friday night. The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office declared the riot when the gate to the Justice Center detention area was damaged, although Portland police initially tweet…
 
The city of Seattle and King County have reached a land swap agreement to transfer ownership of City Hall Park to the county in exchange for 13 properties. On Friday, King County Executive Dow Constantine’s office announced the agreement with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan in a release. The swap will give King County the half-acre park, allowing it to …
 
Happy Indigenous People’s Day, y'all! Good luck surviving y’alls families this year! This week we’re back with a taste of ear-licking ASMR. First, we have to ask Hollywood, “WHY THIS BITCH AINT DEAD YET?!?!!” about mean girl Melissa in the Friday the 13th: New Blood, we revisit the 2008 U.S. Housing Crash in Mosquito State and we hand over the titl…
 
• Includes contributions from the late Ralph Metzner, Chris Bache, Whitley Strieber, Jeffrey Kripal, Angela Voss, Bill Richards, Chris Timmermann, Michael Winkelman, Luis Eduardo Luna, Anton Bilton, Bernard Carr, Daniel Pinchbeck, Dennis McKenna, Ede Frecska, and David Luke • Explores DMT beings, alien abduction, plant sentience, neuroscientific DM…
 
Challenges to President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private employers will be consolidated in the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, a panel dominated by judges appointed by Republicans. The Cincinnati-based court was selected Tuesday in a random drawing using ping-pong balls, a process employed when challenges to certain federal agenc…
 
New York City won't surrender to criminality like Portland and Seattle, ex-NYPD Police Commissioner Howard Safir told Fox News. The city's former top cop was responding to Black Lives Matter co-founder Hawk Newsome's predictions of "bloodshed" if incoming Mayor Eric Adams reinstates an undercover police unit to target gun violence. "What Newsome sa…
 
On the ninety-fourth edition of Reality Bomb, we're doing a live episode on Zoom where Graeme Burk and Joy Piedmont are joined by panelists Sage Young, KatyBeth Schmid, Max Curtis and Bill Evenson to talk about Chris Chibnall's legacy on Doctor Who. Plus a surprise (perhaps not really) guest brings the 1965 story The Rescue to the Gallery of the Un…
 
Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant has long been an outspoken voice for socialist ideals with an utter disregard for the city’s business community. She has also inserted rudeness, bullying and shoddy ethics into City Hall, which has done profound disservice to her District 3 constituency and the city. Voters should hold Sawant accountable for tran…
 
The Biden administration has said it will rely on whistleblowers to help enforce its COVID-19 vaccine mandate by ratting out businesses that fail to comply — because the federal government doesn’t have enough safety inspectors to do it. ​ The ​administration is betting that informants will be so outraged by their employer violating the mandate or n…
 
Bryan shares his thoughts on the new advertisers popping up inside the show. Bryan and Krissy reminisce about simpler times...when no one listened to the podcast. Then, Bryan thinks back to puberty and that sends him down a Sex Ed Video rabbit hole on YouTube. It's safe to say that Germany is not afraid to teach it's children about EVERY aspect of …
 
When your product ends up at the White House in a picture with the first female multi-raced Vice President, you know you have something special. Spoonful of Comfort is a women founded and owned gourmet soup delivery company that believes: "If you can’t mail a hug, this is the next best thing". After sending almost all of our guests Spoonful of Comf…
 
A federal appeals court has called President Joe Biden’s vaccine and testing requirements for private businesses “fatally flawed” and “staggeringly overbroad,” arguing that the requirements likely exceed the authority of the federal government and raise “serious constitutional concerns.” The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, in an opinio…
 
Downtown Seattle and Pioneer Square have become so dangerous that the King County government will now have security escort employees to the bus, train, or ferry for their commute home. The county’s Walking Bus pilot program was announced internally to employees on Wednesday at the downtown campus, located at the King County Courthouse. Two security…
 
A UNIQUE AND SIGNIFICANT UFO DOCUMENT A noted American Indian researcher offers up a collection of intimate narratives of encounters between contemporary American Indians and the Star People. The first-person accounts, described as conscious experiences and recalled without the aid of hypnosis, reveal a worldview that unquestionably accepts the rea…
 
It has become a familiar sight at many homeless encampments in the city: An orange glow from a fireball erupting among the tents. On Wednesday evening, it occurred under the West Seattle Bridge and at an encampment located across the street from Chelan Café, where Jillian Meador is a regular customer. “And it seems to be spreading in Seattle," she …
 
NPR Books Editor Petra Mayer, who has been a longtime contributor to Reality Bomb, died suddenly on November 13. In this special episode Graeme Burk is joined by the Verity! podcast's Deb Stanish to remember Petra and the special enthusiasm she had for Doctor Who. We revisit the highlights of Petra's 26 appearances on the program, and represent fou…
 
John Peterson, a third-generation turkey farmer, has had customers come to his Ferndale Market in Minnesota lately asking whether they’re going to run out of turkeys heading into Thanksgiving. Everything feels scarce right now, and people assume turkeys will be, too, even though from where Peterson’s sitting, that’s not really the case. “We don’t h…
 
During the Covid pandemic, home prices have shot up nearly nationwide while household income fell. As a result, homeownership became out of reach for many would-be buyers. However, affordability was a growing problem well before 2020 and the start of the pandemic. In the last decade, the median home price rose roughly 30% and incomes crept up just …
 
Bryan tells Krissy about his spending his day at his child's school for the big Thanksgiving Day play. Then Bryan and his family take to the streets of Atlanta take in the local sights, sounds and awful food. He explains his compulsive need to beat everyone to the front of the line. Then Bryan shares about his teenage aspirations to be a "Grill Lea…
 
We’re back with yet anotha Pour One Out, this time for the effervescent Indya Moore in Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions. Next up we getting GROSS with the outrageous Brand New Cherry Flavor. Last but certainly not least we have 3 ass kicking SQ’s this week, Rosario Dawson, Tracie Thoms and Zoë Bell in Deathproof. Catch ya next week! See acast.c…
 
Homeowners are taking advantage of a global housing boom by pulling equity out of their homes at the highest volume since the financial crisis. In the U.S., homeowners withdrew $63 billion in equity from their properties through more than 1.1 million cash-out refinances in the second quarter of the year — the largest quarterly volume since mid-2007…
 
Online shopping can be dangerous, as the US property website Zillow has belatedly come to realize. While many of us wasted countless hours during the pandemic clicking through real estate listings on Zillow and daydreaming about the sort of pad we’d buy if we had deep pockets, the company was running a side-business, separate from its property sear…
 
Research shows that happiness bottoms out in our 40’s—but as we get older, we actually get happier through the decades. This week in a special 2-part episode, we’re testing out the happiness curve in real life, with people who are contending with aging in the decades ahead of us: the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. Complete show notes at www.shel…
 
October and November have been some of the deadliest months of the year for women in Texas. We dive into some of the recent cases around the state and highlight the needs for new policies and opportunities that support the safety of women. We also follow up on last month’s conversation about strangulation and discuss its effects in-depth with Jan L…
 
In this provocative book, The Cydonia Codex authors George J. Haas and William R. Saunders use archaeological research discoveries and photographs from NASA and other space programs to document the uncanny similarities between Martian and now-extinct Earth cultures. The Martian Codex begins with a review of the thirty-year history of documenting th…
 
King County has received complaints about 150 businesses as of last week that members of the public feel haven’t been complying with a new countywide policy requiring patrons to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test, according to the county’s public health department. The new requirement went into effect about two weeks ago, and app…
 
An RV that had been parked in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood that prompted concern from residents and businesses is back. Bigger and taller than ever. “This has just gotten worse and worse and worse," said Carolyn Boyle, owner of a food delivery company called New Roots Organics. "There’s no enforcement." A makeshift upper deck is being constructed…
 
Retailers and logistics experts have warned that supply-chain problems will make certain items more expensive or difficult to obtain this holiday season. They're urging people to start shopping early, well before Black Friday, if they want to ensure they have presents — and a tree to put them under. "Supply-chain disruptions have really been impact…
 
The Portland Police Bureau currently deploys fewer sworn officers — 789 — than at any point in the past in 30 years, according to the bureau and an analysis of records by The Oregonian/OregonLive, even though the city added more than 165,000 new residents over that period. Why? One big reason is the city’s growing struggle to hire new cops and reta…
 
Bryan shares with Krissy some of reactions to the new Frankie B episodes, they discuss the engagement of most famous person to come out of the 90 Day Fiancé shows, Big Ed. Then the gang reviews some interesting town hall and city council meetings. One man, Chris, decides to take his concerns about the local massage parlors to the public comment nig…
 
In a local election that drew some national attention, with former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders making endorsements, self-described progressive candidates faced off with more conservative business interests in a series of elections for local offices throughout the city of Seattle and Martin Luther King County. All ballots had been dropped …
 
The father of a 19-year-old man shot and killed after Seattle police abandoned the East Precinct on Capitol Hill during racial protests in June 2020 has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit alleging Mayor Jenny Durkan, Councilmember Kshama Sawant and others acted with “deliberate indifference” to the lawlessness and contributed to his death. The 40-page …
 
A federal appeals court on Saturday temporarily halted the Biden administration’s vaccine requirement for businesses with 100 or more workers. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted an emergency stay of the requirement by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration that those workers be vaccinated by Jan. 4 or face mask require…
 
Written in the tradition of historians like Stacy Schiff and Amanda Foreman who find modern lessons in ancient history, this provocative narrative explores the lives of five remarkable pharaohs who ruled Egypt with absolute power, shining a new light on the country's 3,000-year empire and its meaning today. In a new era when democracies around the …
 
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