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Presented by two qualified and practising embalmers, Rachel Carline and Andy Floyd, The Eternal Debate Podcast covers embalming & mortuary sciences as well as other aspects of the funeral profession.
Jonathon Dunne is an Irishman who had one dream in life – to become an American citizen. After waiting nearly 13 years, he finally secured a job offer and thought his dream was becoming a reality. However after meeting with lawyers, he was informed he did not meet the educational or work experience requirements to even apply for a visa. While his dream may be dead, his responsibilities to America and the pursuit of freedom are not. On his podcast, Jonathon shares eternal self-evident princip ...
Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.
The VMUG Collective Podcast will dive into all things VMUG: the technology that keeps us thriving, the members who make our community great, and the eternal debate of Star Wars vs. Star Trek.
Popcorn Talk Network, the online broadcast network that features movie discussion, news, interviews and commentary proudly presents “Video Game Movie Anatomy”. Each episode of VGMA centers upon a feature length film that was based on or directly tied to a video game allowing the hosts to break the film down and debate whether or not the film lives up to the name.
On this podcast I am simply striving to bring dialogue via social media into an interactive format for the purpose of reaching the lost and challenging my own worldview. No topic is off subject. Let me (Josh) know if you would like to come on. TalkingChristianityApologetics@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joshua-gibbs3/support
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Join Rach and Andy in the second of a trilogy of episodes looking into chemicals used in embalming. Buffers, anticoagulants, surfactants and humectants are the modifying agents up for discussion! Follow us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Many of the hit songs of the 60s and 70s were protest songs and anti-authoritarian songs. Why doesn't that happen more today?By Bill Radke
The Seattle City Council allocated $100,000 to create hand-washing facilities after the pandemic shut down the public spaces that are commonly used by unsheltered people.By Bill Radke
In Washington and the rest of the nation, we have more doses of the coronavirus vaccine than people willing to get the shot.By Bill Radke
Is it ethical to offer incentives as a way to convince people to take the coronavirus vaccine? The City of Seattle has set aside money for sinks on city streets, but they’re nowhere to be found, and music isn’t what it used to be.By Bill Radke
Jonathon shares and compares four recent news stories and highlights the one missing link – Responsibility and accountability. He is joined by Tahmineh, who was born in Iran and now calls America her home. They discuss her growing up in Iran, why she left, and what America means to her. Connect with her on Twitter https://twitter.com/DeTahmineh or …
For this week's Thursday with Jenny, Mayor Durkan takes your calls on vaccination, pandemic road closures, and public broadband.By Bill Radke
In 2013, a plague of sea star wasting disease began killing scores of west coast sea stars. Hit hardest was the sunflower sea star, the largest of its kind, whose population was decimated by close to 90 percent. But thanks to folks like Jason Hodin, lead scientist at the University of Washington Friday Harbor Marine Biology Lab, the sunflower star …
You might think of the outdoors as an opportunity to escape human problems like racism. Yet, 77 percent of national park visitors are white, and racist place names permeate many of our favorite recreation sites. Bill Radke speaks with Crystal Huddleson and Michael Manuel from the local non-profit Climbers of Color about the need to confront racism …
Researchers in the San Juan Islands have successfully matured a brood of captive sunflower sea stars, which became critically endangered after a 2013 plague killed 90 percent of the giant ocean creatures. Also, we discuss the need to combat racism and diversify outdoor recreation. Lastly, our weekly conversation with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.…
For those who have had beavers destroy property, the word ‘nuisance’ may come to mind when describing the rodent.By Bill Radke
The killer whale population is the only whale listed as endangered by the federal government – only 75 of them remain.By Bill Radke
The Tulip Festival is on in WashingtonBy Bill Radke
Swedish Hospital has launched a new program to connect Black maternity patients with doulas who can provide guidance and advocacy during their pregnancy.By Bill Radke
Find out how whale feces is saving the endangered killer whale. Swedish Hospital launches a Black Birth Empowerment Initiative, and the Tulalip Tribes are relocating ‘nuisance’ beavers to help protect the ecosystem.By Bill Radke
The Seattle Port Commission has never had a woman of color in its ranks. But KUOW politics reporter David Hyde explains how that may change with a local race that's heating up, with a millennial biracial woman challenging the incumbent, a former three-term Seattle city council member with deep political roots.…
As part of our ongoing series introducing listeners to the candidates running to be Seattle's next mayor, we hear from this week Bruce Harrell, a former Seattle city council member and former interim mayor.By Bill Radke
As part of our ongoing series introducing listeners to the candidates running to be Seattle's next mayor, we hear from this week Don L. Rivers, a political advisor who has run for local, state and Congressional offices.By Bill Radke
The story of Dover, Idaho in many ways encapsulates the economic and social head small towns according to a new book, "Pushed Out: Contested Development and Rural Gentrification in the U.S. West."By Bill Radke
Governor Jay Inslee today announced that all Washington counties will remain under their current Covid-related restrictions for two weeks. That means King County will not be moving back to phase two from phase three as many had expected because of a recent rise in new coronavirus infections and hospitalizations.…
Bill Radke speaks with Northwest News Network regional correspondent Tom Banse about Governor Jay Inslee’s announcement today that all Washington counties will stay for two weeks in their current phase under the state’s Covid reopening plan. University of Idaho sociology professor Ryanne Pilgeram talks with Bill Radke about her new book on rural ge…
When her mom died, Michelle Zauner found comfort in Korean dishes her mother made. In Kimchi jjigae or black bean noodles, there was something beautiful and full of life. Bill Radke spoke with Michelle Zauner—the musician who performs as Japanese Breakfast— about her new memoir 'Crying in H Mart' and accessing memory through food.…
Jurassic Park has a new location - the Woodland Park Zoo. Last week the zoo opened a new, immersive dinosaur discovery exhibit filled with giant animatronic beasts.By Bill Radke