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Imperative Entertainment and Texas Monthly

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In a rugged corner of West Texas, billionaire wildcatters and roughnecks are fueling an oil boom so big it’s reshaping our climate, our economy, and our geopolitics. This modern-day gold rush has sent both big oil companies and scrappy start-ups scrambling to secure a piece of the action. Texas Monthly’s Christian Wallace follows characters along every rung of the oil field ladder, from the executive cutting billion-dollar deals to the itinerant pipeline worker risking life and limb, and fro ...
 
Benny Banzai and Dr. Dave bring you the best from the greatest decade ever for music. From A Flock of Seagulls to ZZ Top, we'll feature our favorite tracks, the Top 40 hits, and the deep cuts. Take a trip back to a time when skinny ties and leg warmers were the height of fashion, when MTV still played videos, and music meant something. It's all about the music.
 
Professor David Nutt has spent a career making the argument for a rational, evidence-based approach to drug policy and drug use. The scientific evidence still challenges perceived wisdom on drugs and for that reason can appear to be contentious. In this podcast, the Professor explores the actual harms and potential benefits of various drugs, challenging myths surrounding classification and legislation, and exploring the societal impact of poorly informed drug policy. Using evidence in public ...
 
In 2016, a popular high school senior mysteriously disappeared on the night before Thanksgiving. His remains were found two years later. What happened to Tom Brown in the small town of Canadian, Texas that night? It seems everyone in town’s become a suspect, including Tom’s family, friends, the local sheriff, and a high-flying private investigator. Acclaimed writer Skip Hollandsworth digs into the mystery that’s torn this town apart in this eight-part true crime podcast series. From the Texa ...
 
These are recordings from Boomtown Richmond, a new radio station in Richmond, VA that emulates old-fashion radio with live, local disc jockeys playing Timeless Rock N Roll, Pop and Soul as well as through its commitment to community. We can be heard locally on 92.9 FM, 1450 AM and worldwide through our stream (including phone apps). www.boomtownrichmond.com
 
Remember when going out used to be fun? Do you prefer dancing to posing? Does your idea of dressing to impress have nothing to do with designer labels and everything to do with finding a gorilla costume in the perfect shade of purple? Bored of identikit ‘edgy’ nights called Fraktion, Elastik, and other ironically misspelled words? Well despair no more because THE HONG KONG PING PONG CLUB is here to restore your faith in the weekends! Back in 2007 MORPHOSIS and FAT HARRY teamed up and began w ...
 
Learn how to market your business and bring in more customers in under 20 minutes! The Tradigital Talk Show explores the crossroads between traditional PR and new media digital marketing. Listen each week for industry-tested strategies to help you market your business. Our hosts are Stefanie LaHart from Boomtown Marketing and Sharon Noot from Noot PR Inc. Two best friends that know it is not just what you say but how you say it that can either build your business or bust it. To get your FREE ...
 
Some friends from Canada discuss game design, music, news, and everything else we forgot to put in the description! Email us at: angrysunzone@outlook.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwPGetwcG1OjHiC996bPpkQ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/angrysunzone Twitter: @angrysunzone Intro and Outro theme is Atlantic Drift by Purple Planet Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
 
There’s something different about Texas. But how do you define it without resorting to cliches about cowboys and oilmen? At Texas Monthly, we think the answer is through stories — stories like the ones we’ve been telling for almost 50 years. On State of Mind, you’ll hear those stories from our talented writers and from a wide array of other Texans. Join us each week for a new story about life in the Lone Star State, from the Texas Monthly team behind “Boomtown,” “One by Willie,” and “Tom Bro ...
 
Pep's Show Boys www.pepsshowboys.com info@pepsshowboys.com ELECTRO SWING - NEO SWING - JACKIN HOUSE Pep’s Show Boys offer the most elegant mix of swing music with electronic beats. This big trend, already working good nowadays in North Europe, at last is coming in Spain towards many brands ads on TV, radio, and many soundtracks. Catching rhythm and vintage melodies, a perfect recipe to create the best of the shows! Charisma and freshness united to an authentic music selection. That’s what ma ...
 
A bi-weekly true crime podcast focused exclusively on murdered and missing persons cases out of the Houston Metro area. Explore the city's diverse and eclectic culture while examining the darker stories that weave the downtown streets and flow out down the bayous. No stranger to crime, Houston has thousands of stories to tell, from unsolved murder mysteries to current missing persons cases. See H-Town in a new light, a light inclusive to every victim in Houston, no matter the sex, race, or i ...
 
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Untold Returns

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Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.

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Conventional wisdom says you can’t get financial and social returns from the same investment. It’s wrong. Join host Bethany McLean and the rest of the team as they travel the country debunking the tension between returns and impact. By identifying hidden investment opportunities that do well on a risk-adjusted basis – and also do good in the community – they reveal how impact investing delivers the double bottom line that today’s savviest investors are looking for.
 
Forward thinking record label with reggae at its heart, but encapsulating hip hop, dub, dancehall, drum & bass, jungle, dubstep and beyond. Taking in the rich history of soundsystem culture and spitting it back out for modern dance floors. Get in touch : bookings@niceup.co.uk
 
Hosts Larry Whitler and Robin MacBlane retired from traditional radio broadcasting after spending 34 years on the air talking to authors, politicians, musicians, community leaders, celebrities, news-makers, artists, and, well, you name it. The thought that lead to retirement was that the world would be fine without their daily commentary and without their daily interaction. But, after retirement, and after embarking on a new venture to write and illustrate children's books, Robin and Larry m ...
 
For Bookings contact Osh-kosh via, https://www.facebook.com/osh.kosh.56 https://soundcloud.com/osh-kosh Osh-kosh Bio Osh-Kosh first got turntables in 2005 and started mixing and producing music at the age of 17, he then played his first gig a year later at the age of 18 with the help of Irie Bingo, since then Osh-Kosh has tried to push the boundaries sound and turntablism in his own way. Osh-Kosh has worked with many different sound systems, promoters and radio hosts throughout the past 7 ye ...
 
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Our family members are not always who we think. When Eleonore Richland exposed her father’s dark legacy, she vowed to clean up the family business – and hired her half-brother, Santino Reyes, to help her do it. But old habits die hard. In the shocking new third season, Eleonore reckons with what her father always taught her growing up: medicine is …
 
In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Durán speaks with Miodrag Mitrašinović, one of the world’s foremost researchers on public space. Robles-Durán and Mitrašinović consider differing definitions of “public space,” contrast Hudson Yards in Manhattan with Corona Plaza in Queens as distinct public investments with vastly different impacts on…
 
Shindig Weekender returns in less than 2 weeks at it's new home, Dillington Estate nr Ilminster, Somerset, so we thought we'd wet your auditory appetite with this little mix Morphosis did for Shindig way back in Nov 2020 (peak pandemic). This was sent out to all the VIP gold card holders... but now it's high time you all got a listen!If you want to…
 
This week’s episode features yet another great speaker at the ESPD55 conference Mark Plotkin, an ethnobotanist, advocate for tropical forest conservation and the host of Plants of the Gods podcast. Following research at Harvard under Richard Evans Schultes and years of working in a close relationship with the native communities of Amazonia, Mark wi…
 
Note: New mic setup that we are still working out the kinks with, so the audio quality in this episode is a different kind of rough than usual! Pro: No background noise, Con: Somehow, the more expensive mics sounded worse and also had wildly varied gain compared to the one cheap mic that we got just to test stuff. Podcast court is in session as San…
 
Billionaires, or more accurately, oligarchs, exert disproportional influence and control over the world’s political power, media outlets, military discourse, human labor, and natural and urban resources, including those that we commonly regard as public. In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Durán looks at the idea of "public space" and as…
 
Wade Davis is a Canadian cultural anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author, and photographer. Davis came to prominence with his 1985 best-selling book The Serpent and the Rainbow about the ‘zombies of Haiti’. He is professor of anthropology and the BC Leadership Chair in Cultures and Ecosystems at Risk at the University of British Columbia. Davis has …
 
Morphosis 'Beating The Crates' in a Hong Kong Ping Pong Styleeeeee in association with Ghetto Funkhttps://www.twitch.tv/h0ngk0ngpingp0nghttp://www.facebook.com/hongkongpingponghttp://hongkongpingpong.co.uk/https://www.instagram.com/hongkongpingpong/https://nsbradio.co.ukThe 'Best Alternative NSB Show' broadcast live on the Breakspoll Award Winning …
 
In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Durán talks with Laura Raicovich, NY-based writer and art curator, about the roles that the global oligarchy plays in art museums and cultural institutions. They discuss how cultural institutions have never been the neutral, inclusive spaces they often market themselves as. Rather, these spaces, both p…
 
Welcome back to the 80s! Mixtape (noun): a compilation of songs from different artists recorded onto a cassette tape or a CD by an individual. Episode 15 features some of Benny Banzai's favorite 80s songs of all time. These are the songs he can listen to over and over again and still be excited like he was hearing them for the first time. Featuring…
 
Dennis Jon McKenna is an American ethnopharmacologist, research pharmacognosist, lecturer and author. He received his doctorate in botanical sciences from the University of British Columbia and completed post-doctoral research fellowships in the National Institute of Mental Health and in the Department of Neurology at Stanford University School of …
 
This week we’re talking about ketamine with Professor Celia Morgan, a Professor of Psychopharmacology at the University of Exeter and the academic lead for Exeter Translational Addiction Partnership (ETAP) and Ketamine for Reduction of Alcoholic Relapse (KARE). Professor Morgan is interested in the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain and beha…
 
Morphosis 'Beating The Crates' in a Hong Kong Ping Pong Styleeeeee in association with Ghetto Funkhttps://www.twitch.tv/h0ngk0ngpingp0nghttp://www.facebook.com/hongkongpingponghttp://hongkongpingpong.co.uk/https://www.instagram.com/hongkongpingpong/https://nsbradio.co.ukThe 'Best Alternative NSB Show' broadcast live on the Breakspoll Award Winning …
 
It's our most pointed episode yet as we do a deep dive into the recently released Triangle Strategy for way too long! We also touch on Elden Ring, Mario Kart 8 DLC, and some unexpected divisiveness surrounding the Game of our Year, Outer Wilds! Support Angry Sun Zone Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/angry-sun-…
 
In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Durán discusses how the western oligarchy has been intrinsically interconnected with its Russian counterpart through massive urbanization projects around the world. Oligarch Business Districts have been developed in major cities at the command of dark money in the search for legal loopholes, fiscal gym…
 
On March 21, 2022 we took a drive to Winter Park, Florida, to visit the campus of Rollins College. At Rollins there is a statue commemorating Fred Rogers, also known as Mr. Rogers from the children's TV program "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood." In addition to the statue there are a few other exhibits that have been included in a self-guided walking tour.…
 
Dr Watts is a clinical psychologist, a mother, and a nature lover. Her work as the Clinical Lead for Imperial College London’s psilocybin trial, and subsequent role as the Clinical Director at Synthesis Institute, have made her one of the most prominent voices and minds in the field of psychedelic research. Dr Watts builds tools and structures to f…
 
*This episode is being re-aired* In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Duran breaks down the allure for many average working millennials of moving to the suburbs. Robles-Duran looks at five key contradictions of the contemporary American Suburban Divide: politics, wellbeing, remote work, climate change and economic opportunity. Speculating…
 
Professor Dame Carol Black studied history at Bristol University, then worked as a schoolteacher, however, in 1965 Black enrolled as a mature student to study medicine which she graduated from at the age of 30. During her career, she’s been an advisor for the government on issues such as the relationship between work and health. She’d issue reports…
 
Morphosis 'Beating The Crates' in a Hong Kong Ping Pong Styleeeeee in association with Ghetto Funkhttps://www.twitch.tv/h0ngk0ngpingp0nghttp://www.facebook.com/hongkongpingponghttp://hongkongpingpong.co.uk/https://www.instagram.com/hongkongpingpong/https://nsbradio.co.ukThe 'Best Alternative NSB Show' broadcast live on the Breakspoll Award Winning …
 
In this episode of Cities After…, Prof. Robles-Duran talks with Josep Bohigas, Barcelona’s Chief Urban Planner, about the international image and perspectives of the hegemony of American Suburbia in Western Europe. Bohigas traces Spain’s suburban development from the 1920s until today, highlighting the similarities and differences from American spr…
 
We seek closure with the upcoming WiiU/3DS store closures by running down the Etrian Odyssey series, concoct co-operative criticism of It Takes Two (It's pretty good!), and prattle on about Pokémon Legends: Arceus, a refreshing new take on a Pokémon game! Check us out on YouTube and Twitch! Support Angry Sun Zone Podcast by contributing to their Ti…
 
Ethan Nadelmann studied at Harvard University and London School of Economics and was a lecturer at Princeton University. While at Princeton, Nadelmann’s work focused on drug policy, attracting considerable attention with his articles in Science, Foreign Affairs, National Review and many others. He also formed the Princeton Working Group on the Futu…
 
Welcome back to the 80s! In honor of Valentine’s Day this month I’ve selected some of my favorite Love Songs of the decade. Be sure to have some tissues handy. This episode is sure to bring a tear to your eye. A shout out to those of you who have been with us since the beginning and welcome to our new listeners. As always, thanks to Team Boomtown: …
 
James Fadiman is a true man of many talents. Wikipedia calls him an ‘American writer’, but actually, he’s worked in multiple fields, from psychology, through to IT and, finally, to psychedelic research. He studied Psychology at Harvard University and obtained a PhD from Stanford University. As a graduate student at Stanford, Fadiman was Stewart Bra…
 
In this episode of Cities After, Prof. Robles-Duran talks with Andrew Ross about his most recent book, Sunbelt Blues: The Failure of American Housing. Robles-Duran and Ross build on ideas from the previous episode by looking at the history of suburbanization in the United States and exploring how the entertainment fantasy industry has helped shape …
 
G'Day and welcome back to the 80s! This special Boomtown episode celebrates our listeners in Australia who have been with us from the very beginning. You've heard of Aussie artists like AC/DC, INXS, and Rick Springfield, but there are many other musicians Down Under you may not be familiar with who made some fantastic 80s music. A shout out to all …
 
If you were told you had months, weeks or even days left to live...would you care what the law said about consuming psychoactive substances? This week’s episode features Spencer Hawkswell the CEO of TheraPsil - a non-profit coalition dedicated to helping Canadians in medical need access legal, psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy to treat end-of-life …
 
With 2021 finally over, we bring in the new year with a new member, Matt from the YouTube channel Matthachu! We also go through 10 categories of games that we played in 2021 to determine what are the Games of our Year! Check out Matthachu's channel here: Matthachu - YouTube GooY Categories: Best CharacterMost GameCoolest ArtBest MusicThe LoFi Award…
 
We're back after the holiday hiatus to talk about Alex's time with Halo Infinite's campaign and why Santo has put everything on hold to put as many hours as they can into Monster Rancher 1 + 2 DX. Oh, and our audio is a bit rough this time. Microphone clearly had too much egg nog. Support Angry Sun Zone Podcast by contributing to their Tip Jar: htt…
 
Welcome to Season Two of Cities After! Prof. Robles-Duran begins this season with a series of four episodes in which to make sense of the growing suburban divide in the United States by honing in on it's divisive politics, the consequential production of COVID-19 boomtowns, and the future of sprawl. In this first episode, Prof. Robles-Duran gives a…
 
Morphosis 'Beating The Crates' in a Hong Kong Ping Pong Styleeeeee in association with Ghetto Funk with his 'Best of 2021' featuring some of his favourite tunes of the past 12 months!Tracklist:01 Aphrodite Delacruz - Toxic02 The Nextmen - Rudegyal03 Mr Williamz - My Heavenz04 Yaadcore, Jah9, & Subatomic Sound System - Police in Helicopter05 Woxow, …
 
This week’s episode features Paul Glue, professor of Psychiatry at the Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand. With a vast experience in both academia and pharmaceutical industry, Paul Glue's research focuses on clinical and basic science to investigate the pharmacology of drug treatments in psychiatry and the disease mechanis…
 
Cory Doctorow is a Canadian-British citizen of Eastern European Jewish descent and, frankly, it is no less difficult to grasp his vast interests and points of expertise than his family roots. After attending four universities without obtaining a degree, Cory’s career started with co-founding free software P2P company called OpenCola and selling it …
 
The original Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders squad burst onto the field back in 1972—the same year Title IX passed, the same year Deep Throat came out, and a year before Roe v. Wade. Sarah Hepola digs into the untold stories behind the global pop culture phenomenon, from the stripper who allegedly inspired the squad’s creation, to a scandalous Playboy …
 
In this episode, Prof. Robles-Duran is joined by Andres Arauz, arguably, one of the most influential and intriguing political and economic thinkers of the new Latin-American left. This episode expands on the previous discussion on the contemporary effects of the Latin American economic shock therapy and how it has changed the territorial and politi…
 
Welcome back to the 80s. We love our listeners! When we started this podcast two years ago, we didn’t know what to expect. We were just hoping there were at least a few 80s music fans who would find our page and give us a chance. Since then we’ve discovered there are Welcome to the Boomtown fans in all 50 states (and Washington DC) and at least 52 …
 
Niamh Eastwood is the executive director of Release, the national centre offering legal services for drug users. She started at Release as a legal advisor. Now, having worked in drug policy for the last fifteen years she’s co-authored many of Release’s advice booklets and drug policy related papers including ’The Colour of Injustice: 'Race', Drugs …
 
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