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Lore is a bi-weekly podcast (as well as a TV show and book series) about dark historical tales. Each episode explores the mysterious creatures, tragic events, and unusual places that fill the pages of history. Because sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction.
 
Utility + Function, a multifaceted, eclectic, and probing podcast hosted by Nanotronics co-founder and CEO, Matthew Putman, covers subjects from Machine Learning, to Jazz, to Community Development. Utility Function, a definition: individual preferences for goods or services. It calculates desire, and therefore, is relative.
 
There’s something more to everyone. In this podcast we will dig below the surface to uncover the unusual, exciting, and surprising things that sometimes go unnoticed and make each of our guests extraordinary. At the end of each episode our guest recommends a person they think we should interview next to take us deeper down The Rabbit Hole.
 
Rich in history, even richer in characters, South Boston is the best place to live. During our weekly Caught Up Podcast, we share with you all the things we love about Southie: hole in the wall bars, annual swims in freezing oceans, and as much gossip on our neighbors as we can dig up! Hosted by lifelong Southie residents Maureen Dahill and Heather Foley.
 
There are many elements in our life that affect our well-being and there are many different ways that we can explore it. One avenue to optimal self-care is having open, honest conversations about what it means to be well. Navigate love and relationships, purpose and meaning, mental health and wellness, success and failure, and all of those things that make us human with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen on This Might Get Uncomfortable. With a combined 25 plus years of professional experienc ...
 
Hey friends! James Woodrich here with my friend Kevin Connolly to tell you a little about our new podcast show. First, full disclosure, we are new to this domain, and learning how to be podcasters. But we do know that we miss talking to our friends. That’s what started this rabbit hole of an idea. It turned into a conversation, asking "why don’t we create a show to talk to ALL the artists, club and restaurant owners, service industry people, and/or any creative people that would like to come ...
 
I pick a topic I want to know more about and dig into it for a year. 2017 is all about space! I'll look at anything that sends me down a research tangent. I do take requests, I don't keep it formal, I do my research, I don't like describing complex math but I do try. Wander with me into the cat’s-cradle tangle of society, history, science, and anything I thought was cool to mention.
 
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On this week’s episode we talk to Gabriel Winant, Assistant Professor of U.S. History at the University of Chicago, about his forthcoming book, The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust Belt America. In it, he focuses on the political economy of Pittsburgh since World War II—specifically, how blue-collar manufacturing…
 
The founder and the Director of Silent Cry Inc., Shawanna Vaughn, is a native of Bakersfield, California, and a mother of two. Silent Cry, Inc. is the product of the tears she shed while overcoming the pain and hardships of incarceration, the loss of a brother to gang initiation violence and surviving cancer. She is the true definition of strength,…
 
To discover any room for improvement, gathering customer feedback is the most effective first step. But most of the time, you will get negative comments more than favorable ones, which calls for a proper approach when you handle criticism. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen sit down with sales advisor and speaker Charlene DeCesare to talk about the…
 
We have reached a point in our time where social media has penetrated almost every nook and cranny of our lives. And while many of us adults have lived those days where the online world is almost non-existent, not the same can be said for children now who are born at the peak of it. Diving deep into this topic, Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen di…
 
In a world full of criticisms, judgment, and discrimination, people often feel insecurities and contentment, and it all boils down to hating yourself. As everyone continues to sexualize women, degrade self-worth, and besmirch beauty standards, loving yourself is slowly becoming extinct. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen's discussion goes deep into…
 
Time. It's limited. It moves without heeding our desire that it slow down or speed up. It is not interrupted by the greatest joy or the most profound heartache. Once it is spent, there is no redeeming it, elongating it, renewing it, or storing it. It is a precious resource that we would be wise to use with wisdom. And while we can't do any of those…
 
The world we live in today is so focused on success, materialism, and personal disputes that there is almost no space to breathe and actually grow. Luckily for success coach Christine Roberts, her experience living in an RV gave her a brand new perspective in life that changed her as a person. Sitting down with Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen, s…
 
One of the biggest contradictions we have now in this day and age is social media. While it has opened up ways for us to connect, it has also managed to heighten the need for outside validation, giving birth to more and more people putting a façade online and faking it. One of the recent documentaries that explore this social dilemma is HBO’s Fake …
 
On this episode we speak to our colleague, Claire Priest, about her new book, Credit Nation: Property Laws and Institutions in Early America. We discuss her research into the early American laws that commodified real and personal property as well as how those laws facilitated the rise of credit markets and helped entrench slavery. We also discuss t…
 
There is something to be said about platonic relationships that often outweigh romantic relationships. In our evolving world, more and more are starting to value friendships in partnerships more than the trappings of sex and romance. In this episode, Jason Wroble and Whitney Lauritsen dive deep into these non-traditional relationships, finding thei…
 
While animals have been our constant companions for thousands of years, one chapter of our long history together led to much more terrifying results. ———————— This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Squarespace: If you're passionate about it, show it off. Build your own powerful, professional website, with free hosting, zero patches or upgrades, and…
 
Hope is often deferred. Today we see hope not only as deferred, but often as vanishing. We had hope in a career, or in a marriage, or in a friendship, or in some dream that we had dreamt for years. We had hope that certain promises would make the world better, or change the course of a life, a family, a community, or a nation. We had hope that tomo…
 
In our busy and noisy world, many people forget how to look within and become agents of inspiration and change. By expressing from the heart, even the things we consider impossible can finally become possible. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen sit down with Ibrahim Sharkas to discover how letting out all the emotions and thoughts deep within the h…
 
Elon Musk is more than just a businessman; he is also an ambitious man with a limitless desire to contribute to the survival of human consciousness. After Whitney Lauritsen attended an online event through the Clubhouse app, where Elon appeared with Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev, she became curious about the man's uber futuristic plans. Together with Ja…
 
We’re kicking off Season 2 by chatting with the hosts of the Strict Scrutiny podcast, Kate Shaw and Leah Litman, about the future of the Supreme Court, reform proposals, and the Court’s past and present legitimacy. Additional reading, including any referenced during the episode, are available on our website: DiggingAHolePodcast.com.…
 
In today's age of data and information, our ideas of success are measured mainly by numbers, from social media followers, bank account status, and current weight. And since these numbers are truly powerful despite their fluctuating nature, they can control our thoughts and push us to have this addiction to validation. Jason Wrobel shares his recent…
 
We dig holes. Lots of them. With all kinds of shovels. But the interesting thing is that we dig most of these holes without even recognizing that we’re digging holes right in the middle of digging them. We dig a lot of holes and we have all kinds of shovels to dig them with. We dig these holes through the decisions that we make, or the people that …
 
Mindfulness suffers when we get too busy filling up bank accounts, managing a business, or taking care of loved ones. If you’re not unplugging yourself from your hectic and loaded world, you will eventually get out of touch with everything. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen talk with Tara Stiles to discuss how taking a step back, going for some re…
 
Is it really possible to be motivated by something other than money, material objects or any other tangible outcome? Is there such a thing as sustainable motivation? It’s almost a cliché to say that we need to be motivated by the process of creation instead of the outcomes of that process, but it’s also almost too hard to extricate ourselves from t…
 
Understanding willpower is one of the things we sometimes take for granted, so much so that it is considered as if a supernatural force. If left unchecked, it can affect addictive tendencies, lead to a judgmental attitude, and make the body unhealthy. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen dissect how willpower plays a role in our lives, discussing how…
 
It should come as no surprise that one of humanity’s greatest qualities is also the tool with which it has committed much darker tragedies. Even far from the wilds of the Old World, that legacy was never far behind. ———————— This episode of Lore was sponsored by: Casper: From bedding, bed frames, and even a dog bed, Casper has everything to build t…
 
Too often we don’t care, or that’s what we tell ourselves. We work really hard not to care because we’ve figured out that caring is just too risky, in whatever way it happens to be too risky for us. We get the idea in our head that ‘not’ caring is just easier, because we don’t care. Or it’s safer, because we don’t care. We’re not in a position to g…
 
We love to think that society has moved significantly forward in terms of gender diversity and inclusion, but there is still so much to work on for us and future generations. From “gender reveals” to gendered clothing to the historically unfortunate way the English language uses pronouns, a lot of aspects of contemporary culture are still rooted in…
 
Is it really possible to be honest about your opinions and without being judgmental? Could it be possible that we are inherently judgmental? When you think about it, being totally non-judgmental about things is impossible unless we live in a homogenous society, which we don’t. That is why sometimes it can be triggering to hear someone call you out …
 
Alan Murray is the CEO of Fortune. He previously hosted an eponymous show on CNBC and was president of Pew Research Center from 2013 to 2014, where he oversaw a rapid expansion of the center’s digital footprint. Prior to that, Murray was at The Wall Street Journal for more than two decades. He served as deputy managing editor and executive editor o…
 
All of us have dreams. What separates those who achieved them and those who don’t is their ability to believe in themselves, to reach forward. Yet, even before starting the journey towards our goals, so many stop themselves through self-sabotage. Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen dive deep into one of the biggest culprits that keep people from liv…
 
How have we come to the point where the message of the Gospel is largely considered irrelevant in 21st century America? How is it that God is outmoded, outdated, antiquated, and has nothing of value to say to us as we live out our lives today? How is it that the God Who created ‘all of this’ has been left behind by the very thing that He created? H…
 
“Adulting be like…” You can almost think of an unlimited number of possible phrases to add to this phrase, ranging from the mildly amusing to the terribly depressing. But if you’re a young adult, you would (for better or for worse) be very conscious of how difficult and interesting it is to emerge from the cocoon in these uncertain times. This is w…
 
Humanity has achieved so much by doing things differently every now and then, and doing more things differently is what’s going to ensure its survival moving forward. It’s paradoxical that while this might seem like a no-brainer, many humans do, on the other hand, feel absolutely uncomfortable with things being done differently from what they expec…
 
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