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An eCommerce podcast dedicated to Shopify Store Owners who want to optimize their business for Maximum Conversions & Revenue. Each week you get actionable advice, strategies, and hear from special guests talking about various topics on how to run a profitable business on Shopify. Learn how to survive in the fast-changing eCommerce world with your host Claus Lauter and get eCommerce business advice you can’t find on Google. If you're interested in being a guest on the show, e-mail claus@claus ...
 
Roughly a quarter of a million people work in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. We all know about actors, writers, and directors, but what about the people doing the more obscure, behind-the-scenes jobs? What's a Best Boy? Storyboarder? What does a "Producer" actually do and how did they get there? Adam Claus is on a mission to find out as he interviews the people who do the jobs that need to be done in order to bring us all the content we love. Find out what these jobs entail and t ...
 
Voted “Favorite Political Podcast” by Apple Podcasts listeners. Stephen Colbert says "Everybody should listen to the Slate Political Gabfest." The Gabfest, featuring Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz, is the kind of informal and irreverent discussion Washington journalists have after hours over drinks.
 
Santa Claus delivers a special message in his podcast beginning on December 1st and each and every day until Christmas. Children will enjoy stories and answers to their Christmas questions, such as how does Santa get into homes without chimneys and what is Mrs. Claus' name? Follow Santa's Podcast to receive a new episode each and every day when it's released!
 
If you're like us at all, you can't stand all of the whiskey related shows that talk about 'hints of Santa Claus melon', or 'notes of coastal breeze'. On every episode we blind taste test two affordable bottles of whiskey, bourbon or rye and let you know what we think. Except, we don't use pretentious adjectives that should only be used when describing wine. Everyday bourbon reviews for the everyday bourbon fan.
 
The Slate Daily feed includes new episodes from more than 30 shows in the Slate Podcast Network. You'll get thought provoking analysis, storytelling, and commentary on everything from news and politics to arts, culture, technology, and entertainment. Discover new shows you never knew you were missing.
 
Join Guru Venkatesan & Matthias Toppert - co-founders of SimpliContract as they make biweekly dives into the ever-evolving world of business contracts and their impact. Listen in as they chat with industry experts with decades of experience in law, sales, procurement, and finance and bring you plausible solutions backed by real life experiences in contracts.
 
For the past 30 years, Operation Santa Claus has received heartwarming support from hundreds of thousands of supporters. Your help has enabled us to financially support many not-for-profit organisations that serve the less fortunate in Hong Kong. This Christmas, we invite you to join us again to bring hope & joy to those in need. This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 14 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, youth, the elderly, and those in ne ...
 
Tom Wilmer’s six-time Lowell Thomas award-winning podcast — recorded live on location across America and around the world — showcases the arts, culture, music, nature, history, science, wine and spirits, brewpubs, the culinary arts and more. He covers nouns and verbs: people, places, things, and action — everything from baseball to exploring South Pacific atolls, and interviewing the "real" Santa Claus in the Arctic. Tom's feature, recorded live at Harland & Wolfe Shipyards in Belfast Northe ...
 
Occasional reflections on the wisdom of Ancient Greek and Roman philosophers with Prof. Massimo Pigliucci. Complete index by author and source at https://philosophyasawayoflife.blog/stoic-podcast/. (cover art by Marek Škrabák; original music by Ian Jolin-Rasmussen). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stoicmeditations/support
 
For the past 30 years, Operation Santa Claus has received heartwarming support from hundreds of thousands of supporters. Your help has enabled us to financially support many not-for-profit organisations that serve the less fortunate in Hong Kong. This Christmas, we invite you to join us again to bring hope & joy to those in need. This year, Operation Santa Claus is helping 14 local charities with projects that will improve the quality of life for children, youth, the elderly, and those in ne ...
 
All The Best is for new Australian storytelling. Hear from a Melbourne-based cannibal, how the Australian Wallabies used theatre workshops to improve their game, anxiety attacks in a Tantric sex class, and what the shopping centre Santa Claus is really thinking, all on All The Best. We're a weekly radio show and podcast produced at FBi Radio in Sydney in association with SYN and Triple R in Melbourne, and broadcast nationally via the Community Radio Network. We’ve been telling stories in a v ...
 
When it comes to Christmas, we all know the drill: big jolly guy, red suit, workshop full of elves, sleigh pulled by reindeer, and the dutiful wife standing off to the side. But what if everything we’ve been told is a lie? Hot Coco has been sitting silently on this lie for years. She dreamed up the whole shebang -- and then found herself tossed out like a stocking full of coal when her boyfriend at the time, Ari, christened himself “Santa Claus”. Ari stole the entire operation when things to ...
 
Strict Scrutiny is a podcast about the United States Supreme Court and the legal culture that surrounds it. The show is hosted by three women, Leah Litman, Kate Shaw and Melissa Murray, who are three law professors, but they’re also swimmers, mothers (of humans and dogs), and celebrity gossip enthusiasts. They’re women who’ve practiced before and write about the Court in their professional lives. They have a different voice–one that celebrates the contributions and opinions of women and peop ...
 
“Is There A Santa Claus?” was the headline that appeared over an editorial in the September 21, 1897 edition of the New York Sun. The editorial, which included the response of “Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus,” has become an indelible part of popular Christmas lore in the United States.
 
Hello, I'm Johnathan Burton, one of Santa's premier helpers. I am endlessly inspired by similar individuals throughout the world that work hard to make a difference in the lives of those they visit. Join me on this podcast as we meet some of Santa's very best, hear how they found the jolly red suit, celebrate stories of the season, and explore the many facets of being a premier Santa in this ever-changing world.
 
Interactive discussions on teenage problems, with focus on teen suicide, its catalytic signs and symptoms, and prevention techniques we can use effectively today. Hosted by Dr. Brian G Snow, author of "Santa Claus and Little Sister", Inspired by the poem "To Santa Claus and Little Sisters" by Anonymous. Please visit: http://tosantaclaus.net Special Guests Weekly.
 
Where History Comes Alive! A fast-paced, well-researched weekly podcast covering a wide range of historical events, persons, places, legends, and mysteries, hosted by Jon Hagadorn. 1001 Heroes Podcast is a proud part of the 1001 Stories Podcast Network, which includes 1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales Podcast, 1001 Radio Days, and 1001 Stories For the Road Podcast. The network enjoyed over 5 million listens in the past year from a worldwide audience. SUPPORT OUR SHOW BY BECOMING A PATRON! w ...
 
Santa Speaks to girls and boys on his weekly Santa Claus Live World Wide talk show. You can call in and talk to Santa or chat with Mrs. Claus every Saturday at 10:00 am CST or listen to the show on the Santa Claus iTunes blog.Each Saturday Santa Claus discusses things that are important to kids. There is music and Story Time. Santa also has an iphone app namedSanta Speaks in the Apple App Store that kids and parents both can use. Parents can use the app to have Santa reward the kids for a jo ...
 
Have you ever wished that Christmas could last all year? Well, it may not be every day, but for these three buffoons, Christmas comes once a week in the form of Tim Allen's "The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause". Join John, Jacob, and Theodore as they descend into a wintry madness that only could come from plumbing the depths of a Disney threequel. Special mentions and thanks to The Worst Idea of All Time, the podcast that invented this format, and who have publicly said they're fine with o ...
 
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After discussing the horrific death of migrants in San Antonio, John and Maria talk about the reactions of some Christians to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. They analyze the hedging that is occurring and insist there’s no shame in being grateful. Afterward, they parse misunderstandings of the establishment clause for Supreme Court cases on religio…
 
Everyone’s favourite tabletop grammarian is back! It’s Ellen Jovin, proprietor of the Grammar Table. She dispenses grammar advice around New York City and the world, and now she’s written a book about her grammar adventures. Ellen is the author of Rebel With a Clause, and she joins us for this big episode.…
 
What's With the Lawsuit Against Sri Lanka?Normally, holdouts keep a low profile until after a sovereign restructures its debt. For one thing, the government might not be able to pay them until after other creditors agree to reduce their claims. For another, getting a judgment quickly isn't a good strategy, since it takes a long time to collect and …
 
In this episode, I talk with Luke Carthy. Luke is an eCommerce consultant specializing in strategy & search. He is also an ambassador for Doofinder.com On the Show Today You’ll Learn: What makes site search so important What features your site search should have What KPI's are important for optimizing your site search And more Links & Resources htt…
 
This week, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson discuss the Supreme Court decision requiring that government funding for private schools include religious ones, the January 6th hearings, and dissension at progressive organizations. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Jack Goldsmith for The New York Times: “Prosecute T…
 
This week, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson discuss the Supreme Court decision requiring that government funding for private schools include religious ones, the January 6th hearings, and dissension at progressive organizations. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Jack Goldsmith for The New York Times: “Prosecute T…
 
Doug Croft lives in Charlotte North Carolina. For his own enjoyment, he journals poetically and occasionally writes essays. His poetry has twice appeared in the Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Festival Boundless Anthology, Waco WordFest Cultural Arts Festival, along with three magazines: Synkroniciti, Auroras & Blossoms, Culture Cult. He has…
 
Jim Billman lives in Owensboro, Kentucky, and has been a soldier, an educator, and the owner of a small construction business. Now devoting much of his time to writing, he has authored a non-fiction book about public school reform and a historical mystery novel. His present work is a coming-of-age novel about a young man who moves from a rural scho…
 
In the past month, customers of the meal delivery service Daily Harvest have been suffering from gastrointestinal distress after eating the company’s French Lentil + Leek Crumbles, and some have even required surgery. The company is currently investigating the cause of these medical issues but has yet to find anything conclusive. On today’s show, R…
 
The term is over, and the ground upon which all Americans stood, has fundamentally shifted. Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Professor Dorothy Roberts to discuss the reality of forced birth and family separation upon marginalized peoples in America. Dorothy is the author of Torn Apart: How the Child Welfare System Destroys Black Families--and How Aboli…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers discuss the repercussions of states banning abortions, Lydia DePillis’ piece in The New York Times about the decline of coupons, and the artworld scandal over some fake some Jean-Michel Basquiat paintings. In the Plus segment: Stores have too much stuff and no one is buying it. Podcast produ…
 
For decades, British alt-pop goddess Kate Bush had never had a Top 10 hit in America. Now, in 2022, she finds herself in the Hot 100’s Top Five—and television got her there. Her classic “Running Up That Hill” is featured prominently in the latest season of Netflix’s hit ’80s horror fantasy show Stranger Things. This puts Bush in a long lineage of h…
 
Today marks the death of Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896), a Christian whose storytelling ability inspired thousands to see the evils of slavery. Born in Litchfield, Connecticut, Harriet was the sixth child of prominent Presbyterian minister Lyman Beecher. Unlike many girls from that time period, she received a first-class education, attending the…
 
Activists and abortion rights supporters are trying building a movement in the post-Roe v. Wade era. An empowered conservative court, a potential digital dragnet, and an unfocused Democratic response is making that complicated. On today’s episode of A Word, Jason Johnson is joined by legal analyst Imani Gandy, who explains why –despite the setback–…
 
Hailing from the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, AZ, craft distiller Whiskey Del Bac has been distilling and producing their own unique spin on American Single Malts. Whether you’re a bourbon purist or like your pours a bit more adventurous, their unique portfolio of ‘desert aged’ drams are sure to have something for everyone. In this episode we review W…
 
Eric Berger of Ars Technica joins Jake and Anthony to discuss Administrator Bill Nelson a year into his tenure and whether he’s been good or bad for NASA. Topics Off-Nominal - YouTube Episode 68 - Pop It Back Up There (with Eric Berger) - YouTube We got a leaked look at NASA’s future Moon missions—and likely delays | Ars Technica Eric Berger on Twi…
 
This week, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson are live at Sixth & I in Washington, DC discussing the new insurrection revelations; the overturning of Roe; and the legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: David French for The Dispatch: “The Case for Prosecuting Donald Trump Just Got M…
 
This week, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon and John Dickerson are live at Sixth & I in Washington, DC discussing the new insurrection revelations; the overturning of Roe; and the legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: David French for The Dispatch: “The Case for Prosecuting Donald Trump Just Got M…
 
On this episode: Jamilah, Zak, and Elizabeth share some parenting triumphs and fails. Then Elizabeth and Dr. Joseph Currin continue to answer teen questions. (Part one of ‘teen talk’ aired on Monday.) Today the questions are all about sex education and navigating potentially uncomfortable conversations. On Slate Plus, they take turns telling each o…
 
“For many years, the internet in China was seen as a channel for new thinking, or at least greater openness,” writes Human Rights Watch researcher Yaqiu Wang. “Online discussions were relatively free and open, and users, especially younger ones, had an eager appetite for learning and debating big ideas about political systems and how China should b…
 
Reflections, a new addition on the RA Exchange, takes a magnifying glass to long-form journalism on our website. On each episode, writers break down their latest feature in an effort to shed more light on underlying issues surrounding the story. As part of Resident Advisor's technology month, senior staff writer Nyshka Chandran investigated how blo…
 
In all the talk about racial injustices, the racial disparities for abortion are ignored. And that’s because we would need to talk about marriage. I’m John Stonestreet, and this is Breakpoint. Recently in The Wall Street Journal, Jason Riley asked a provocative question, “Why Won’t the Left Talk About Racial Disparities in Abortion?” In it, he desc…
 
For this edition of Working Overtime, hosts Karen Han and Isaac Butler explain how to pitch a story to an editor of a newspaper, magazine, or blog. They discuss the basic components of a good pitch and offer some DOs and DON’Ts about interacting with editors. Do you have a question about creative work? Call us and leave a message at 304-933-9675, o…
 
A surprise session of the House’s Jan. 6 committee featured testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, the former executive assistant to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. Hutchinson was inside the White House as the Jan. 6 riot happened, and she testified that Trump knew an armed crowd was chanting “hang Mike Pence”—the thing that upset him most was…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate staff writer Heather Schwedel and Slate senior editor Rebecca Onion sit down to talk about New York magazine cover story “Canceled at 17,” which features a boy who was ostracized by his peers after he showed a nude of his girlfriend. The talk about whether the article is a display of “himpathy,” and the fa…
 
Last month, NBA legend LeBron James tweeted, “It’s a weird feeling to feel so alone sometimes!” He received over 4,000 replies from people expressing sympathy, disbelief, and from some, criticism. It can be difficult to understand how rich, famous celebrities, like LeBron, could be lonely. Doesn’t he have it all? Four NBA championships, two Olympic…
 
A spaceship desk, Anderson Paak, and a boss with a baby on the way just might be the recipe for your big break. Mastering Engineer Jared Hirshland takes a break from tweaking the dials on your favorite songs to explain. Jared's Instagram: @jlhaudioservicesSee Jared's studio on the podcast's new instagram: @so.youworkinentertainmentwww.soyouworkinen…
 
This week we’re joined by author Sascha Stronach to talk about his debut novel, The Dawnhounds. We chat about spreading Māori science fiction, mushroom cities, and being joyously weird. Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of pandemic, politics, colonization, colorism, racism, violence, mold/decay, sewage, and clim…
 
Janet K. Baxter lives in Kings Mountain, North Carolina and is a member of the Charlotte Writer’s Club and Scribblers, a memoir critique group. Her stories, “Horse Whispering for the Average Woman,” “Southern Blues,” “A Frank Lesson,” and “Cappie, The Boomerang Horse” appeared in Exploring, That Southern Thing, Luck and Opportunity, and Trouble, fo…
 
On this week’s episode, Rachelle and Madison decided that, because of the recent Supreme Court news, it was time to take respite in some good online fun. They talk about the Olsen twins making pizza, Adam Lambert’s stellar vocals, plastic bags, musicals, and plenty more. Make sure to check out our Twitter for a thread with all the things mentioned …
 
This term of the U.S. Supreme Court has been consequential, to say the least. In addition to the landmark decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, the court has now issued a second ruling that protects religious freedom. The first, issued about a week ago, protects religious institutions from being singled out and discri…
 
In the final Pride month special episode, Bryan and Christina talk with Slate senior writer Mark Joseph Stern. They assess what the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, the case that swept away Roe v. Wade, might mean for LGBTQ rights. Should we be worried about marriage equality? Given Americans’ purported love of privacy, …
 
One tragedy replaces another in the headlines—that’s just how things go. The Texas state legislature isn’t scheduled to convene until January 2023, when the shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde will no longer be fresh in people’s minds, and the momentum for changing Texas’s gun laws will be long gone. One state senator, however, won’t accept that.…
 
This week, the panel begins by experiencing Baz Luhrmann’s new biopic Elvis with Slate’s pop critic, author, and media professor, Jack Hamilton. Then, the panel goes on the run with the new FX series The Old Man. Finally, the panel discusses the viral article on cancel culture from New York Magazine’s website The Cut, titled “Canceled at 17.” In Sl…
 
Today JP’s bringing some ‘Wild Card’ pours! We’ll also try a blind pour that we’ve previously had on the show to see if our votes have changed over time! Want to get in on exclusive Blue Collar perks? Visit: https://www.patreon.com/bluecollarbourbon Learn More: Blue Collar Bourbon: https://linktr.ee/bluecollarbourbon Lasting Media: https://linktr.e…
 
Danny Lavery welcomes Noah Zazanis, an epidemiologist, writer, and prison abolitionist living in Queens, NY. His writing can be found in The New Inquiry, Pluto Press' Transgender Marxism anthology, and Obstetrics & Gynecology ("The Green Journal"). Lavery and Zazanis tackle two letters. First, from someone hesitating on coming out for fear of never…
 
Disney’s newest Pixar film, Lightyear, isn’t doing great at the box office. While critics puzzle over why, an obvious reason is parents are tiring of the constant indoctrination in sexual matters. They feel betrayed by the once trusted Toy Story franchise. All that may come as a surprise to Chris Evans, the new voice of Buzz, who recently said conc…
 
There are certain moments in history, such as the end of the Roman Empire or the dawn of the Enlightenment, when it becomes obvious just how much the cultural ground has shifted. In such moments, cultural norms that once fostered social cohesion and defined the good life can change dramatically. Shared ways of thinking, such as the definitions of w…
 
How did Mississippi go from resoundingly voting down a “fetal personhood” amendment in 2011 to being the state that brought down Roe v. Wade? Outsiders have long viewed the state as a potential fulcrum to overturn abortion laws in America, to the point where three different legislators introduced three identical bills to ban abortion 15 weeks after…
 
Erin thinks her dog Chief has the most embarrassing habit—he keeps eating her daughters’ underwear. This has happened several times, resulting in multiple costly surgeries. If she doesn’t put a stop to it, it could eventually kill Chief. How can she get her dog to behave and, more importantly, get her teenage daughters to put their underwear in the…
 
This week, stories about young people trying to understand their grandparents’ lives and why religion is so important to them. First off, Danni chats to Madhuraa about her Grandfather Mr Sri, who has changed religions several times during his life. Devotion Next, Tanya investigates her grandparents’ lives as church leaders, and the decisions that l…
 
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