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“In The Church” is a live, two-hour weekly talk show from D.O.R.M International that is produced every Monday night from 6:00pm – 8:00pm featuring Host/Moderator Apostle Derashay Zorn and friends. It is the platform in which they will shine the light of God’s word “In the Church” to discuss and resolve real everyday issues that are taking place around the world exposes the good, the bad and the ugly. They will engage in a powerful conversation where they will share their opinion, expertise a ...
 
Build Your Empire Broadcast is a show that teaches biblical principles/strategies for personal, professional and spiritual growth and development for individuals, business, and ministries. We are educating and equipping individuals around the world to build and expand in their dreams, goals, visions, purpose, and destiny through biblical principles and applications. To be a guest visit www.derashayzorn.com. Connect with us on our social media platform on Facebook and Instagram @kingdomstrate ...
 
OutsideGuitar.com was founded in 2015 by guitarist Aram Bajakian. Having spent more than a decade as an active member of NYC's scene, and performing with a diverse range of artists (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Diana Krall, Malcolm Mooney from Can) Bajakian wanted to find a way to give back some of what he had learned to the music community. Thus, the online guitar masterclass, OutsideGuitar.com was born. The OutsideGuitar.com podcast allows subscribers to ask questions to guitarists that play outsi ...
 
The Innocence Project estimates that there are currently over 20,000 innocent people locked away in US prisons. These cases remain unsolved. Each week, Investigative Journalist Maggie Freleng tells the story of one of those people and takes a deep dive into the crime they were convicted of. Through her original interviews with the convicted, their lawyers, families, and friends, Freleng chronicles each inmate’s fight for exoneration and their hope that justice can still be served.
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
The Scribes Hangout broadcast is dedicated to bringing forth the voice and heart of the scribe to individuals around the world. This is the hangout spot for book lovers, artist, fans, business owners and those who desire to be inspired. In the company of the scribes, you might unlock the scribe within. In the Scribes' Hangout, get first-hand information on the process, strategies, tips, and tricks to writing. Get into the mind of the scribe as we discuss their project. Be in the know about n ...
 
Every day, people surround us wearing art, history, and culture, but we usually don’t pay attention. Most people think about jewelry as an afterthought or accessory. But jewelry can tell a larger story, one reflecting the connection between contemporary culture and that of yesteryear. Is jewelry clothing, art, status symbol, or something more? The jewelry world seems to be hidden in plain sight and little understood. The Jewelry Journey podcast explores the many aspects of jewelry and its st ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding" "AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and g ...
 
Located to the east of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio in Anderson Township, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection is an open and welcoming community of faith. Those who join with us come from a wide variety of faith backgrounds and together we share the common commitment of sharing the love and grace of God through acceptance, forgiveness and understanding. No matter who you are, you are welcome here.
 
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Series Finale has a big 1st as they tackle a Fox sitcom that combines live action and animation; Son of Zorn. Right away John Paul brings up the current allegations against Joss Whedon for no reason, they the boys discuss how hot John Travolta looks in his big Tik Tok commercial. They talk about being purchased Nintendo Switch consoles while they a…
 
Is it women who need to change, or the society and the institutions we live with? That’s our question as the world marks International Women’s Day this week. We are joined by an icon of the feminist movement, Eva Cox and Paralympic swimming champion, medical doctor, and ordained Anglican deacon, Gemma Dashwood.…
 
The Mincing Rascals are Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. They begin their weekly roundtable by discussing the disappearance of Mark Giangreco from ABC 7 and the speculation of a word that may have preceded it. Then, the Rascals cover the genuineness of Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ sto…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How the definition of vintage has changed over time, and what “future collectables” are How to wear vintage jewelry in a modern way Why the pandemic brought about a jewelry and accessories boom Why we should get rid of the idea that it’s not chic to repeat jewelry and clothing About Cameron Silver Cameron Silver i…
 
What does it mean to believe? To say 'this is what I believe the truth to be'? Today on the show, theologian Ben Myers joins Meredith Lake in discussing the ancient Christian statement of belief, known as the Apostles' Creed. And, our mini-series on faith and sex concludes with a look at the role of intimacy in Hinduism.…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. The Rascals begin this week’s discussion with the quick resignation of the newly-appointed 26-year-old Edward Guerra Kodatt, for “questionable behavior”. Then, share their reactions to Illinois’ corruption …
 
Today on Soul Search we saunter through the world of words. Two Australian lexicographers Sue Butler and Amanda Laugesen explore how words come about in a dictionary – and how religious words like karma, temple, and Zen entered popular use. Then part two of our series on faith & sex continues with a look at the role of intimacy in Islam.…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune, Neil Steinberg of Chicago Sun-Times and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. The Rascals decide when the anniversary date of the COVID-19 pandemic will be. They discuss Speaker Michael Madigan’s resignation from the Illinois House and the value o…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Charles turned his interest in gems into a global business Why it’s important to look for accreditations from GIA and the American Society of Appraisers when choosing an appraiser How appraisers can make the most of gem trade shows What the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles has planned for its gem and mine…
 
Series Finale takes on an American television institution as they discuss the TV juggernaut Superbowl LV. John Paul & Zach reveal that they were terrible at Pop Warner football, and that John Paul played even though he did not understand the game at all. Jack talks memories of the Patriots and defends Tom Brady from Zach and John Paul insinuating t…
 
Is it possible to be traditional and unconventional at the same time? To be steeped in a culture — but also open to change? Today on Soul Search we have a variety of stories that explore just that - from Lunar New Year, to the Indian subcontinental festival of Basant Panchami, and a new series on faith and sex.…
 
As humans, we all without exception face adversity, but some people seem to respond to it better than others. In this episode we’ll talk about why that is. Likewise, we’ll discuss what it means to be resilient, and we’ll unpack three main strategies for becoming more resilient in the adversity you face on a daily basis. Show Notes: The Obstacle Is …
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. They begin with discussing the impeachment trial, currently underway. Then, the Rascals move on to the agreement finally reached by the Chicago Teachers Union and Chicago Public Schools to resume in…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: Who Antwerp’s Fashion Six were, and how they influenced Sonia and jewelry design in general How jewelry and fashion have a symbiotic relationship How art, travels, and women from history inspire Sonia How the pandemic shifted Sonia’s focus for her business, and why teaching jewelry making is a fulfilling path for …
 
Series Finale gets teen-dramatic as they explore the final episode of the controversial Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why. They talk about the insane length of the finale (98mins), throw out some non-researched facts about the HIV virus, and discuss the most palatable methods to portray suicide on TV. In the roleplay the boys mash HIPAA regulations…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn of Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. Topics this week range wide. The Rascals cover the weight of Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene’s recent comments supporting conspiracies. Then, the Rascals talk COVID vaccines…
 
In this episode, I talk with Aaron Renn from The Masculinist about why Republicans hate your (Christians') guts, why Tim Keller has drawn so much criticism from other Christians, and what books Aaron's been reading about masculinity. Be sure to check out Aaron's website, which has links to his newsletter and podcast. Most recently, his series of po…
 
Series Finale tackles an Amazon original limited series adaptation of an experimental book; I Love Dick. They laugh childishly about the name, and then scold Kevin Bacon's character for being shook about a woman's menstruation when he's 62 years old.They talk about their hot tub experiences, how investing in brick & mortar video game sales will mak…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The difference between GIA’s three major programs Where GIA’s campuses are located, and the differences between them Why GIA (and the jewelry industry as a whole) is a great place for anyone, regardless of their background Why GIA’s graduate gemologist distinction is so respected About Kimberly Overlin Kimberly Ov…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn and Lisa Donovan of Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. They discuss the distribution of COVID vaccinations and the frustrated Illinoisans trying to get their appointments. Then, the Rascals contribute their two-cents on the constant dis…
 
It's a trying time for Christians waking up to the reality that the world is a lot more hostile than it was in the past. From the Biden "election" to the censorship of Big Digital, there's obvious concerns. Yet Christians should be thinking strategically about how to advance the kingdom even at this moment. In this episode, I'll talk about 10 strat…
 
Halloween night 2012, 19-year-old Brandon Spencer and his girlfriend were on the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles attending a Halloween party. Suddenly, shots rang out and it was pandemonium. Everyone scattered, ducked, and hid. There was screaming...it was chaos and Brandon Spencer a smart kid from a well-to-do supportive fa…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: Why Emiko started using Lego in her jewelry Tips for working with a trademarked medium Why Emiko’s latest work combines jewelry, mindfulness and restorative yoga Why jewelry creates connections and understanding between people About Emiko Oye San Francisco artist Emiko Oye creates bold and colorful jewelry with re…
 
Today, we meet two visionary people on the long pilgrimage towards justice. Dr Anne Pattel Gray is a globally recognized expert on Black theology, and the first Indigenous Australian to be awarded a doctorate in theology in the 1990s. We also speak to Uncle Alf 'Boydie' Turner, the grandson of the legendary Yorta Yorta leader William Cooper whose l…
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Eric Zorn and Lisa Donovan of the Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW. The Rascals review the Inauguration and the most notable name not to be in attendance. Then, President Biden might eliminate $10,000 in student loans, a controversial issue for many. Cash bail is out of Illinois jails and …
 
Former appellate attorney and author Sara Bennett captures stunning, honest portraits of women serving life sentences in prison. She and Maggie talk about how women doing time differs from men, re-entry for women, and the humanity of the people we lock up. Sara’s art has been widely exhibited and featured in publications like The New York Times, Th…
 
In this episode, I talk with Michael Foster about our present cultural moment and how the church has responded in 2020 to the virus situation. In turn, we talk about how men in the church can lean into the adversity, cultivate community, build anti-fragile households, and grow as men in the coming year. Show Notes: It's Good to Be A Man (website). …
 
Hey guys! I have decided to join Alecia over at Twisted and Uncorked podcast! If you enjoy this episode, search for Twisted and Uncorked wherever you are listening to this now and hit the subscribe button! We are starting off fresh as Sierra and Alecia of Twisted and Uncorked. For our first episode of the new and improved show, we are starting off …
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: The history behind Elyse’s latest exhibit, “Out of This World! Jewelry in the Space Age,” and why it’s being exhibited at a science museum How jewelry artists are using space age material such as moissanite and tektite Why there is more overlap between science and jewelry than meets the eye Upcoming lectures from …
 
The Mincing Rascals are Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune, Heather Cherone of WTTW and Austin Berg of Illinois Policy Institute. They begin by discussing the end of House Speaker Mike Madigan’s administration, and the beginning of Chris Welch’s. And they discuss the new law enforcement reform bill, a document of 600 pages. Finally, the Mincing Rasca…
 
1990’s Bronx, New York: The most violent decade in the city’s history in one of the most impoverished areas in the nation at the time, and college student Andre Brown was right in the middle. A drug turf war, teens with guns, and a corrupt mob lawyer for the Bonanno crime family - what could possibly go wrong? For more information and a complete li…
 
In this episode, I talk with Matt Trewhella about his book, "The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government." Probably one of the most important reads at our present moment, Matt's book is the topic of our conversation, as well as an examination of how it applies i…
 
What you’ll learn in this episode: How Yvonne went from Egyptology intern to America’s first jewelry curator Why jewelry needs to be placed in its historical context alongside other decorative arts Why it can be more difficult to get museum trustees to see the value of jewelry, and how Yvonne overcame that challenge How jewelry is an essential key …
 
The Mincing Rascals are John Williams of WGN Radio, Heather Cherone of WTTW, Eric Zorn of the Chicago Tribune and Austin Berg of the Illinois Policy Institute. They begin by talking about President Trump’s supporters who breached the capitol Wednesday, on which members of Congress were gearing up to certify the election. Then, the Rascals discuss F…
 
On March 11, 1982 three people were murdered during a robbery of a famous Philadelphia restaurant. 19-year-old Ralph Trent Stokes was arrested three days later and at trial after only 45 minutes of deliberation, Ralph Stokes was convicted of three counts of first degree murder and sentenced to death. Roger King was the prosecutor. He held the recor…
 
Happy New Year! This month, we're going back to our roots with some good old fashioned serial killers. This week Sierra told Cheyenne her "Top 3" serial killers and gave an in depth story on the infamous Candy Man- from birth to death. What an evil man. www.basicmbpodcast.wixsite.com/babes Join our Patreon for ad free calls and exclusive bonus epis…
 
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