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Windfall

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Windfall

Rogue Dialogue

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Ever since the castle first appeared in the sky above the city of Windfall, its residents have been building upward. Now the city consists of towers where the wealthiest residents live at the top while the poor eke out a living on the ground. Our podcast follows Cas, Shaima, and Argus, three brothers who live with their Uncle Vern after being orphaned during the grounder rebellion twenty years earlier. They find themselves drifting apart as Argus, the youngest, falls hopelessly in love with ...
 
Spreading knowledge by bridging the gap between humans, flora, and funga. Come listen to fun facts about plants and fungi and why so many of them are underrated. Everything is connected above and below ground. I want to share my knowledge, questions and grow together as we go. For more information please feel free to contact me at www.florafungapodcast.com OR email me at floraandfungapodcast@gmail.com
 
Outside the Loop RADIO is Chicago's Almost Above-Ground Audio Magazine. Founded as a podcast in September 2006 and picked up for broadcast by Chicago Sound Alliance WLUW 88.7-FM in March 2007, "OTL" now airs on Chicago's Very Own 50,000-watt heritage powerhouse station WGN Radio 720-AM. Storyteller and urbanologist Mike Stephen hosts this weekly program featuring fun segments and interviews with local newsmakers, artists, musicians, and others doing cool stuff around the greater Chicago area ...
 
We are a weekly actual play podcast using the Numenera (http://numenera.com) Discovery and Destiny rules. Set one billion years in the future, we journey across the Ninth World. There have been eight worlds before this, where civilizations rose to intergalactic heights only to fall into ashes, leaving a world of strange relics behind them. Join our ragtag crew of messy adventurers as they navigate weird ruins, contend with criminal intrigue, and ignore their own better judgment... Repeatedly ...
 
Making Elephants Fly features conversations with High-Octane Leaders, Dreamers, & Creatives hosted by Terry Weaver. Terry is a speaker, author, and ideapreneur who has invested his life in others to giving them the tools to live life alive; whether through helping others see their dreams become reality, traveling around the world challenging young leaders to change the world, leading teams of people to do more together than they could alone, or hanging out with Mickey Mouse. Over the last 20 ...
 
From James Ellis, the employer brand podcast dedicated to making you smarter about recruiting and hiring. Its time to re-invent employer branding, recruiting and hiring from the ground up! If you’re ready to throw off the shackles of conventional recruiting and employer brand thinking, this is the podcast for you. Nothing is safe. No best practice is sacred.Here, we get serious about what works, so that you can punch above your weight in the war for talent.For more details: http://thetalentc ...
 
With blood on her hands, the infamous Dolores Roach has fled the recent shocking destruction in Washington Heights and gone into hiding deep under New York City in an abandoned subway tunnel. But she’s not alone underground, and her dark night of the soul is interrupted by an extremist faction of similarly self-exiled tunnel-dwellers whose space she's invaded. Facing re-incarceration back above ground, but pushed to the limits of shame, paranoia, lust, hunger, and depraved entrepreneurialism ...
 
The Hunt portrays the frenzied aftermath of the devastating Thule Society attacks. Famed fantasy and sci-fi author Mercedes Lackey and newcomer Steve Libbey have joined forces to create a superhero-themed braided novel podcast series called The Secret World Chronicle. The series depicts an ensemble cast of metahuman characters coping with worldwide attacks by a mysterious, technologically advanced Nazi secret society, and the ensuing chaos. The Secret World is a meeting ground for pulpy adve ...
 
Curtis' Thoughts is a weekly podcast of personal stories, interviews and current events from New Zealand and around the world. Musician and photographer Curtis Bunker brings you a unique perspective, on-the-ground journalism and fun facts you didn't know. "My son is the funniest person I know" - Curtis' Mum
 
Always entertaining and informative, in each Spinning Yarns Podcast our Oriental rug experts interview prominent interior designers - bringing our audience the best interior design tips, tricks and techniques to help you better serve your clients and better build your home. In every show we discuss the interior design industry and all the latest trends from the ground up, weaving our decades of experience in the rug trade with expert contributions from interior decorators, furnishers, arts a ...
 
Starting a business with a solid plan is essential for success in today's competitive world. With so many options for everyone to choose from, how will you stand out above the crowd and rise above the noise? What will be your plan for success? Listen for a fresh perspective from someone that knows what the struggles are and how to overcome them. Listen for some motivation and a 'mindset reset' to help you keep moving forward and to have a perspective of expecting success. Who Is This Podcast ...
 
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Vision & Graft

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Vision & Graft

Richard William Preisner

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A creative's career & mental wellbeing companion, hosted by Cinematographer, Photographer & advocate for talking openly about mental health, Richard William Preisner @rwpreisner. Being a creative brings its own unique career and mental health challenges. In the @visiongraft podcast we hear stories from extraordinary creatives about the career hurdles they've faced and their ideas for jumping over them, all while navigating the impact on their mental health, juggling their personal lives and ...
 
These weekly compilations are recorded live from the depths of the underground every week. Each week the tech house, techno, deep tech, tribal, latin underground beats she throws down keep us coming back for more! Miss Bell has built the momentum and continues to reach further down below for those dark, scary, beats that have the gyrating bodies moving into the late hours during the never ending rinse. Only the strong survive, seat belts and helmets strongly recommended! She shows up ready t ...
 
Welcome to the ABCs to Live your DOPE Life. This is an opportunity to be a fly on the wall while I engage with some of the most fascinating, inspiring and brilliant people I know who have played a direct or indirect role in my own healing and continued growth process. The change process is not easy, comfortable or nearly as fast as so many of us wish it would be, and my hope with this podcast is to instill some playfulness, simple tools to practice, and ultimately a place for you to recogniz ...
 
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Borderline Personality Disorder is a very convoluted diagnosis that confounds professionals and laypeople alike. This a conundrum of mood disorders. Every lens you view your world through is effected. Battling the mind and the blue screen of death. The traits mimic other disorders and conditions. ADHD, depression, OCD, eating disorders, substance u…
 
After a brief Covid-related break, we're back with a new episode beginning, as always with Bánh Mì Banter (0:59).Then (9:21), in 'We Rate Stuff,' we analyze the song 'Hello Vietnam,' which was originally composed in French by Marc Lavoine. The English version performed by Quỳnh Anh is now best-known as the song played on VietJet flights, but the ly…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes Getting older often means taking fewer risks. It shouldn’t. I’m not saying that we should take up sky diving in our 60s or invest our retirement savings in a friend’s start-up. I mean ris…
 
Mike Stephen talks with a Chicago Public School teacher Jeff Solin about the district’s interpretation of the Student Online Personal Protection Act, discusses Chicago’s Black exodus with Anthony Simpkins of the Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago, and learns the Secret History of the late folkie Michael P. Smith. And Mike is excited that he w…
 
A group of revolutionaries have been dispatched to move a body, but things start going wrong almost immediately. Reagen provides bloody assistance. Tallow Ren takes a sip and makes the acquaintence of a buzzard. Danielle engages in some important research for her art. Player Intrusion: Alex: Kuchipudi dance as taught by Yamini Kalluri. You can also…
 
This week we interview Stefan Burger, an Environmental Consultant and Naturalist Guide Based in Chile. Stefan (@cactusexplorer) does tours, presentations, consulting, conservation, photography, videography. In this chat we talk about: Cacti ecology Why are cacti important Pollinators and cacti Mycorrhizae with desert biomes Water and fungi Soil typ…
 
Hey friends, Bob here, and we’d love to introduce you to What Will Be Here?, a new podcast from Tal Minear of Sidequesting, Someone Dies in this Elevator, and frankly, too many other incredible shows to list here. In What Will Be Here?, five friends send a rocket to space with a collection of recordings that document the world’s decline, the storie…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Need help getting started? Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes In this episode, I interview Gayla Scrivener from Scrivener Solutions. Gayla made that 'later in life' transition from the Corporate world to building her own b…
 
Mike Stephen talks to Josh Noel of the Chicago Tribune about some access issues with Bourbon County beers this year, discusses the need for more public restrooms in Chicago with Courtney Cobbs of Streetsblog Chicago, and learns about the great work of West Town Feeds from board member Lauren Young. And Mike reminds us that if we really want this ye…
 
Everyday is a day to give thanks, but with Thanksgiving, we also get a four day weekend. Join the three boomers as we examine the meaning of thankfulness with Michele Medrano, minister at Mile Hi Church in Colorado. She makes some great points, and we make some great jokes.By Dale Irvin, Tim Slagle, Carolyn Strauss
 
A split party must grapple with decisions that can no longer be put off. Nix infiltrates the Proving Grounds in search of answers. Dili makes a choice with weighty consequences. ChaCha confronts Buddy Cop. Player Intrusion: Daniel: Pseudopod: The Sound of Horror Some recommended Pseudopod stories from Daniel: 20 Simple Steps to Ventriloquism by Jon…
 
The loss of a child to a family is devastating. When it’s suicide, there are many more levels of grief to traverse. What happens to the siblings left behind? Cassandra Pratt answers that question this week with us on Broadcast Day. Broadcast Day was a poem by Jonathan Pratt. He was musically gifted, an academic standout and an enthusiastic writer a…
 
Just in time for cuffing season, y'all! I recorded this juicy podcast over a month before releasing it so the while the astrological transits have come and past, you will still find it to be highly relevant with the upcoming VENUS RETROGRADE in Capricorn in December of 2021 coming up here soon. When Venus retrogrades, it allows us to review the pas…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Need help getting started? Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes There are times when we realize that, looking back we see that we really didn’t accomplish much the past year. And now that currently, it’s late November, the e…
 
Mike Stephen learns about a people's history of Uptown through the Dis/Placements project from its co-founders Gayatri Reddy & Anna Guevarra and discovers the Secret History of 1980s alt-rockers Stark. And Mike thinks we should open up the fast food drive-thru lanes to bicycles. What could go wrong?
 
This week we chat with Mickey Trescott from Autoimmune Wellness. Mickey is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and coach. She has also written numerous cookbooks: The Autoimmune Paleo Cookbook, The Autoimmune Wellness Handbook and The Nutrient-Dense Kitchen. Mickey also co-host The Autoimmune Wellness Podcast and co-teach The AIP Certifie…
 
The lasting legacy of mental illness has far reaching ramifications on generations of families. Left unattended and unspoken, the subconscious toll may be worse still. This week we talk about what we not only leave behind; but, what was left for us to end the cycle of. Merriam-Webster defines legacy as something transmitted by or received from an a…
 
We begin this week with Bánh Mì Banter (1:04), including some banter about an actual bánh mì and the hilarious incompetence of the Saigon Waterbus.Then (10:52), we rate the wonders (and possible pitfalls) of riding around with someone on a motorbike - either as the driver or the passenger.Finally, in This or That (32:46), we debate whether we'd…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Need help getting started? Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes When it comes to having an online business, you have to put together a solid plan of attack when it comes to becoming and staying profitable. And in episode 44 …
 
Mike Stephen chats with Batavia native Kevin Jakubowski, the screenwriter of the upcoming film 8-Bit Christmas, talks to Oak Park & River Forest High School senior Jelena Collins about her experience at the UN Climate Change Conference, and learns about local musician Guy King’s new music. And Mike remembers the joys of old-school Nintendo from the…
 
This week it’s an XL episode of The TouchArcade Show as the hole from the car hitting my house is FINALLY getting fixed next week and I’m not sure what my internet situation will be like in the coming weeks. So we go hard this week talking about Forza Horizon 5, the delays of the Playdate and Steam Deck, Eli’s Comcast woes, and the dismal state of …
 
Our crew of explorers ponders the eternal question: "Hey, what if we use this cypher we've had for a while?" Nix lays out her plan for infiltrating the Proving Grounds. It's... not super detailed. Dili is offered a choice. ChaCha learns much more about her nature, and what may come. Note: There are some weird audio artifacts in this one that Daniel…
 
Steve Yaciuk is a mental health and suicide prevention advocate from CNY. He has been a volunteer firefighter since 1982. He has battled fires, traumas, abuse, disability and a suicide attempt. Hear how he is thriving in the Long Run. Steve was an employee assistance coordinator who had taken many suicide prevention classes. He thought he knew the …
 
This week, we begin our first episode recorded in person in well over six months with Bánh Mì Banter (0:56).Then, we move into our latest 'That Time We...' segment (8:17) by discussing the opening of the Bitexco Financial Tower in downtown Saigon on October 31, 2010.Finally (20:20), we debate whether we'd prefer to have a street named after us, o…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Need help getting started? Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes Hello again friends, and welcome to another episode…a very important episode today…sales funnels. Well, what is a sales funnel anyway? Well for those of you tha…
 
Mike Stephen talks to Erik Esse, the producer of a new documentary about the internal divisions in the co-op movement called Co-Op Wars, learns about the struggles of Afghan refugee youth in Chicago from ProPublica reporter Melissa Sanchez, and discovers the Secret History of 1970s one-hit wonder Jamestown Massacre. And Mike ponders the question: d…
 
In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show I finally got my new MacBook Pro and talk about what I think of it so far. It definitely has come with its set of issues, not really related to the laptop itself but more the process of migrating from an old computer to a new one. There are quirks! I also bought the new Beats Fit Pros because I’m an id…
 
On this episode of “Making Elephants Fly,” Terry sits down with Mike Brennan. Mike is a New Jersey-based designer and illustrator. His artistic journey began as a boy in New York, where he would construct heartwarming greeting cards which lit up the faces of his family and friends. From an early age, he understood the importance of serving others t…
 
So many sneks, so many stairs. Cha-Cha receives a gift. Dili receives some shade from his metal son. Nix gets her due. Player Intrusion: Alex: Bharatanatyam dance with instructor Janane Sethunarayanan Your cast: GM: Daniel Adilabrim "Dili" Kret: Sampson Chansey "Cha-Cha" Letoile: Alex Nix: Stace Music Theme music: Ninth World by Dave Sterling. Thou…
 
In this weeks chat we talk with Tim Clemens (@MNForager) the President of the Minnesota Mycological Society. He's also been a forager for many years and has his own company called Ironwood foraging. In this discussion we cover these topics: What is MMS (Minnesota Mycological Society) How can someone get into a mushroom group How can you improve you…
 
When we lose our song we lose our way and ourselves. Authenticity and autonomy go by the way side when you try to become something you're not. This week Will & Tim talk autonomy, authenticity and the ability to be who you were put on this stage to be. Don't Let the Music Die. Authenticity and autonomy skip through the tulips together in some ways. …
 
Today, we begin with Bánh Mì Banter (1:17), which includes a mea culpa from Paul regarding a particularly egregious food take he shared in a recent Saigoneer article. Then (10:07), we launch into our first 'We Rate Stuff' segment. How do we rate bicycle baskets under our rather arbitrary system?Finally (27:14), it's time for another round of 'Thi…
 
We're back with a new episode! Craig and I discuss the movie On Deadly Ground. Which not only has Mr. Seagal kicking ass, it also has Topless Lady vision quests, grizzly bear wrestling and... Billy Bob Thorton asking the important questions..like "Stock in.. or out?" "I want to feel good about myself"…
 
Sorry again for the long delay between episodes...! Ever since my interview with Mr. Tobolowsky my phone has been ringing off the hook with restraining orders and the like... :) In this episode my friend Craig and I discuss one of my favorite Seagal flicks (and the only one of his to get a sequel) Under Siege!…
 
Do you want to start your own Podcast? Download the FREE E-book I have for you 'Starting a Podcast Mini-Course'. Need help getting started? Book a call with Tom's Online Calendar Show Notes In the last episode I brought up the topic of ‘The Fear of Failure’. But now, I think the topic to come after that should be… ‘The Fear of Success’. Why? Becaus…
 
Mike Stephen talks to Anne Elizabeth Moore about her new book called Gentrifier: A Memoir, discusses the issues facing hockey culture with Evan F. Moore, the co-author of Game Misconduct: Hockey's Toxic Culture and How to Fix It, and revisits a segment from four years ago that takes us underneath Read-Dunning Park on the northwest side of Chicago. …
 
In this week’s episode of The TouchArcade Show, which is a podcast about mobile gaming, we talk about… mobile gaming! That’s right, we are surprisingly on-topic with this week’s discussion, diving into the new Pikmin Bloom game, the Diablo Immortal closed beta, the untimely demise of Project Cars GO, and more. But first we spend some time talking a…
 
In our ongoing series of Celebrities Living, Dead, and Fictional, which you may remember featured Winston Churchill, Bette Davis, Santa Claus, and others. This week we interview the creator of the carved Halloween pumpkin. Jack O'Lantern is the first man to carve the pumpkin into a Halloween decoration. Learn the history of the Jack O'Lantern and h…
 
Hey friends, Bob here, and we’d like to share the pilot episode of a brand new podcast called The Land Whale Murders by our friends over at Roi Gold Productions. In The Land Whale Murders, we’re transported to New York 1896! There’s Smoke, pollution, and horses dying on the streets. Also some other bad stuff. Among the dirt and grime walks The Four…
 
Our guest this week is Dr. Michele Finneran PhD. Her work with incarcerated females led her to the realization that many were victims of domesticate abuse. This work forced her to take a hard look at the system and the formal and informal services provided in the community. Dr. Finneran's mission in writing,"Surviving Domestic Abuse: Formal and Inf…
 
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