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Welcome to the Drive & Dish NBA Podcast, hosted by Kevin Rafuse (@rafusetolose) & Justin Cousart (@JustinContheAir). We started back in 2014 as a way to discuss our favorite league like we would whenever we hung out outside of work. Little did we know two ex-Pennsylvanians who moved to Florida would now be entering our 6th season. Two cities, and a couple of radio jobs later, here we are. We strive to give you the best in everything NBA both on and off the court on a weekly basis and keep it ...
 
The ISG Digital Dish podcast explores the latest news, issues and debates involving the role of women to create a space for women’s voices and experiences in technology today. It brings together thinkers, industry leaders and pace setters who are ushering in – and sometimes questioning – the future of digital. What do women bring to the field? How can we think differently about how women together with men create competitive advantage and drive innovation? What does the field have to offer wo ...
 
Shelley and Chad kick off each week with a provocative thought leader who has something to say about the power of inner growth to drive outer impact. From building resilience to life design to life transitions to leadership to growing ourselves up, we touch on all things Big Self. At the back end of the week Chad and Shelley dish on their experiences and expertise.
 
DriveThruHR is a captivating, easy-to-digest, and occasionally irreverent lunchtime discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Our 30 minute shows include our guest and host(s) discussing a variety of topics including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR. Hosted by @MikeVanDervort @RobinSchooling @DwaneLay and @TheOneCrystal. Running continuously since February 1, 2010. #DTHR
 
Wipe the blood off the water cooler … it’s Casualty Friday! The world’s most famous masked killer (Kane Hodder), the hardest working scream queen around (Tiffany Shepis) and an 80’s gender-bending fan favorite (Felissa Rose), hack and slash their way through personal conversations about their unique lives working in the horror industry. These three friends will dive, dish, and dis in these no holds barred episodes that will make you laugh, cry (and maybe vomit). From the producers of The Las ...
 
Welcome to Drag Drive-Thru, where all the drag artists go after the show to kiki, spill all the tea, and dish some just desserts. Heavy Cream and Cindi Television are your drag hostesses for a fun, flirty, and funny podcast that gives you exclusive access to the stories and life experiences of your favorite drag performers. Our Patreon feed means we are open for business 24/7 and ready to serve you some fresh, content!
 
Historically, the private markets have been on the fringe, but as trillions of dollars have flowed into this dynamic asset class, there is an increasing need for greater insight. Since 2007, PitchBook has been shining a light on key trends and events in venture capital, private equity and M&A through comprehensive data and detailed analysis. Subscribe to our podcast for thoughtful conversations with industry leaders and PitchBook analysts to help you better understand the evolving capital ma ...
 
Singer Amber Lee Ettinger (left) – aka “Obama Girl” – and Kelly Brady of “MTV PoweR Girls” fame are teaming up for a fast-paced peek inside the world’s hottest celebrity scene. Coming to you live from the Big Apple, these glam-a-licious gals deliver weekly reviews on their favorite clubs – and the latest dish on those bold-face names they’ve been hanging with. Joining Amber and Kelly to punctuate their power reports will be a steady stream of celeb guests and media insiders.
 
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Glynn Washington, host of WNYC's "Spooked" podcast, joins us to talk about his real-life paranormal experience as well as other stories that appear on the show. Also, Sean Morales-Doyle, deputy director of the Brennan Center, explains why some states require police at polling stations. While police presence makes some voters feel safer, others say …
 
It's been nearly 100 years since the Tulsa massacres — where as many as 300 Black Tulsa residents were killed. Now, an archaeological dig at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Tusla has unearthed a dozen victims' coffins. Brenda Alford, whose grandparents were survivors of the massacre, joins us. And, COVID-19 cases are surging in Wisconsin. We talk to an eme…
 
Amazon warehouse workers are threatening to walk off the job this week unless the company gives all its employees paid time off to vote. They are part of a broader push this year for employers to make it easier for Americans to cast their ballots. Also, the American Psychological Association's newest report says the U.S. is "facing a national menta…
 
This release is officially our last release on how you can find greater meaning and purpose in your life by tapping into your inner self-confidence and getting BOLD. When we reached out to Mollie and told her about some of our upcoming themes for the Big Self Podcast she said: “I love the sound of Boldness, since I am all about having it all in lif…
 
Hopewell Chin'ono is a Zimbabwean journalist who was jailed earlier this year for reporting on corruption in Zimbabwe. Out on bail now, he speaks to us about his experience. And, three voters in northeast Pennsylvania react to Thursday night's debate and share their thoughts on the candidates, issues and the election thus far.…
 
Nate Hegyi, host of the new podcast "Facing West," pedaled 800 miles on his bike, from Montana through Idaho and Wyoming to Colorado, listening to Americans ahead of the election. He talks about his journey. Also, Amazon has squeezed out small, local book retailers that can't compete. But for Kalima DeSuze, owner of Cafe Con Libros in Brooklyn, the…
 
Ohio Wesleyan University's president speaks with us about what the spring semester will look like amid the pandemic, and why the university is undergoing a round of belt-tightening. Also, the East Troublesome Fire in Grand County, Colorado, exploded in size Wednesday night, prompting mandatory evacuation orders for the town of Grand Lake. Colorado …
 
By the time he left the presidency, Theodore Roosevelt had saved an unprecedented 230 million acres of American land. A new book traces and deconstructs the positive and negative aspects of his crusading environmental leadership. We speak with the author. And, Denise Price of Louisville, Kentucky, says that she and several of her family members con…
 
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers warned Tuesday that the state's "economy is going to tank" if COVID-19 cases continue to surge. There were 1,192 coronavirus patients hospitalized across the state on Tuesday, a record high. We hear from Dr. Nasia Safdar in Madison. Also, unscrupulous investors are preying on Black homeowners in gentrifying Atlanta. As Ste…
 
Voters in 32 states will decide on ballot measures in this election. They include recreational marijuana legalization, election reform, tax policy and flag design. We talk about what's on the ballot this year with Josh Altic of Ballotpedia. And, researchers in Pennsylvania recently saw a rose-breasted grosbeak that was male on one side and female o…
 
There’s always an inordinate amount of ‘stuff to get done’ when one is an HR leader and the year 2020 has only upped-the ante. Join us for a reality-based chat with our guest Chip Weatherbee, Sr Labor Relations Specialist, to discuss “all things HR” (and maybe a little bit about sports, racial justice and what we think 2021 will bring). p.s. you ca…
 
Rents are continuing to fall in some of the most expensive cities in the U.S., including San Francisco, New York, Boston, Seattle and Washington, D.C. Roben Farzad, host of Public Radio's Full Disclosure, discusses the market for renters. Also, we speak with Tara Raghuveer, director of KC Tenants, and Gabrielle Diamond, who is facing the possibilit…
 
Senate Democrats have released a report encouraging voters to be patient as some states won't have counted all ballots on election night. We walk through the different scenarios that could take place. Also, we talk with Robert Rosenberg, the CEO of Dunkin' Donuts for 35 years, about his new book "Around the Corner to Around the World: A Dozen Lesso…
 
Many families are having tough conversations about whether or not they should gather for Thanksgiving this year as the pandemic continues. Dr. Carlos del Rio discusses how to gather in a way that minimizes the risk of spreading COVID-19. And, what if everything we've been believed about America being a meritocracy — where hard work will bring succe…
 
On today’s show we are thrilled to bring to you a very special and timely message from our guest, Brian Pennie. After spending years in a cycle of addiction, dealing with his acute anxiety, one day he had a breakthrough. This led him to develop what he calls a ‘programme for life’ to deal with mental and emotional well-being. The program includes a…
 
The concept of agile in the technology product development field is not new. It originates back in the 1990s and, by the mid-2000s, had started to replace the more linear waterfall methodology of software development, particularly in newer tech firms where large software development practices simply weren’t available or affordable. This has, of cou…
 
Political analysts have long predicted that increased voter turnout by Latinos would shift U.S. politics to the left. But to assume all Latinos are Democrats erases the long history of Latino GOP support. Author of "The Hispanic Republican" Geraldo Cadava joins us. And, we speak with one of the researchers at Columbia University who says COVID-19 m…
 
This week is the third of several interviews from the first ever Holley "MOPARTY" event held in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Friend of the show (and Holley marketing superstar) Blane Burnett was able to line us up with some great interviews at the event with some famous people. MOPAR lovers young and old will recognize the names of many of our guests. …
 
In the midst of the pandemic and calls for racial justice, many artists are using their energies to help advocate for transformative change. Amanda Gorman, the nation's first Youth Poet Laureate, is among them. We speak with her about poetry as a tool for activism. And, Iowa remains one of the most hotly contested states this election after easily …
 
2020 has seen massive changes to the way we live and how we get our jobs done. And, right now, it seems difficult to picture what the future of work will look like in a post COVID-19 world. The Sapient Insights team recently completed its 23rd Annual HR Systems Survey. For this 2020/2021 survey report, new questions were added to see how the more t…
 
SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett's faith is a key part of her appeal to conservative supporters, as well as a cause for concern among some who oppose her nomination. Barrett is a Catholic, but she's also affiliated with the People of Praise. The Wall Street Journal's Vatican correspondent explains. Also, Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullo…
 
Republican Ann Ragosta and Catherine Johnson, a former Republican from the Northeast, talk about how they feel about President Trump. And, Senate Judiciary Committee members continue their questioning of President Trump's third Supreme Court nominee judge Amy Coney Barrett on Wednesday. NPR justice correspondent Carrie Johnson joins us with the lat…
 
We speak with historian Gretchen Sorin who co-created the documentary "Driving While Black." The film, scheduled to air on PBS stations around the country on Tuesday night, unearths efforts to control Black mobility in the U.S. Also, French food icon Jacques Pépin's new cookbook "Quick and Simple" provides not only a vast array of new recipes but a…
 
Comedian and actor Jimmy O. Yang stars as a would-be stand-up comic in the new film "The Opening Act." He joins us to talk about the role. And, the Department of Justice is expected to announce a lawsuit against Google as soon as this week. Two members of the House Judiciary Committee discuss what's anticipated to be the biggest antitrust action si…
 
While gig work has been on the upswing over the last decade, there surely seems to be an acceleration towards this model of work: especially for those working in the talent space (HR, Sourcing, Recruiting, Benefits, etc.). Join us for a chat with our guest Chris Russell, Managing Director of RecTech Media and “Chief Lancer” with HR Lancers – the fi…
 
Playwright Larissa FastHorse talks about winning the MacArthur Genius Grant for her work bringing indigenous perspectives to the stage. And, trying to satisfy your kids' hankering for a proper Halloween without risking your health? An epidemiologist at Harvard University gives us a few tips for celebrating cheerfully but safely.…
 
Dave Ford, founder of SoulBuffalo, speaks with us about how the coronavirus has increased the amount of plastic polluting the world's oceans. Also, host Peter O'Dowd speaks with avid supporters of President Trump in Arizona, a swing state that is showing signs of going to a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time since 1996.…
 
Today’s guest is Lisa Michaud, an International Success Coach, Speaker, Entrepreneur and Real Estate Investor. At the age of 32, she’s created a multimillion-dollar net worth, a growing real estate empire, incredible network and beautiful family. As a coach and speaker, Lisa inspires, leads and motivates everyone she works with. Her clients include…
 
Join Michael and Robin as they chat with Vern Howard on what it was like raising venture capital as a black founder, his actionable insights for founders like him, and his views on “diversity washing” and what companies can do to avoid it. He is the CEO and founder of Hallo — a diversity recruiting platform that helps connect college students acros…
 
Join Michael and Robin as we start working on our next 1500 episodes when we talk about men and women in the workplace with David G. Smith PhD, and Brad Johnson PhD. Evidence reveals that the #MeToo movement has not been a catalyst to move men to action in their organizations, but rather it has instead increased the likelihood of them avoiding wome…
 
FEATURE INTERVIEWS: Moparty 2020: Mike Copeland of Arrington Performance Ty Peek of Holley This week is the second of several interviews from the first ever Holley “MOPARTY” event held in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Friend of the show (and Holley marketing superstar) Blane Burnett was able to line us up with some great interviews at the […]…
 
The 2020 election marks the first time California has extended voting by mail to all of its active voters. California's secretary of state discusses this massive expansion in ballot access amid the coronavirus pandemic. And, Louisville has released documents from a police investigation into the killing of Breonna Taylor. WFPL's Amina Elahi walks us…
 
Brothers Osborne are relasing their new album 'Skeletons' tonight. They shared with The Wake Up Call that this album was made with the intention of having great songs to perform live. They shared their thoughts on how concerts will look in the future, plus John discussed the passing of Eddie Van Halen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals says fewer than 10 people have been given an experimental antibody cocktail it gave Trump to fight COVID-19. We talk with a STAT reporter about the challenges for other Americans who qualify but can't access treatment. Also, the Environmental Protection Agency announced that it was rejecting scientific evidence that the pe…
 
Here & Now explores Los Angeles' most iconic dish — the taco — and what food can tell us about the city's many neighborhoods with L.A. Taco editor-in-chief Javier Cabral as part of our "We Are What We Eat" series. And, ahead of the only vice presidential debate, we speak with Sen. Tim Kaine, who debated Pence in 2016 as Hilary Clinton's running mat…
 
The Workhuman revolution is founded on 3 principles: Thank: expressing authentic gratitude for someone’s work effort or positive behavior to develop, deepen, and nurture connections throughout the organizationTalk: Encouraging one another – through continuous performance management – with in-the-moment, honest, and helpful feedback to align individ…
 
We asked listeners to submit questions about voting this year. Professor Edward Foley, director of the election law program at The Ohio State University, has the answers. Also, three physicists have won this year's Nobel Prize in physics for black hole discoveries. Two of them, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez, received the prize "for the discovery …
 
Farmworkers, especially in the West, are facing double the risk this year, with the record-breaking wildfires and the pandemic. Monica Ramirez comes from a farmworker family and now leads an organization to help them. And, vote by mail challenges have popped up across the U.S. We check in on the state of mail-in-voting with Amber McReynolds, CEO of…
 
Robin had a discussion with our guest, David Shar, about workplace burnout . The founder of Illuminate PMC, David is a keynote speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in helping organizations improve their leadership and culture, combat burnout, and design meaningful work. David combines decades of leadership experience with the latest psycho…
 
The Wisconsin Department of Justice says it's nearly done with its review of the officer-involved shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. Among those waiting for the report are Kenosha's business owners, many of whom have tightened security out of concern over the potential of more civil unrest. Also, we hear from voters in Kansas, a Republican strongh…
 
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