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A Good Podcast About Bad Relationships. Every Wednesday and Sunday, Alicia and Stacie take you on a comedic ride through stories of marital misconduct and love gone wrong, blending biography, pop culture, history, and politics. "It’s one part Vanity Fair meets Town & Country, one part country music song—and an all-around good time." - The Atlantan. "Enjoying the juicy details of other people’s relationships is having a moment." Sunday Times Style Magazine (UK). "When this shameless show abou ...
 
Tech Intersect, hosted by renowned attorney, law professor, keynote speaker and entrepreneur Tonya M. Evans, is a engaging, informative and lively show that explores the intersections of technology, business and law. No law degree or tech background is required. Just an open mind and an eye focused on the future. Let's meet where law, business and tech intersect! #TechIntersect
 
Join Melissa as she dives deep into the weirdest, funniest, sciency-est ways in which animals intersect at humanity. How is a horse responsible for the FDA? How did fish farts nearly cause bombs to fly between Russia and Sweden? How did a pigeon save 194 soldiers in wartime? Why are honey bees trained to find unexploded landmines in Croatia? Let's go!
 
The Intersections on the Spectrum podcast is the brainchild of Doug Blecher and Kelly Bron Johnson, created to discuss intersectional issues within the autistic community, and give visibility to commonly marginalized, repressed, underrepresented, or erased identities and issues. We aim to introduce you to the people and stories you didn’t know about, but needed to hear, and hope that seeing yourself represented in the community, allows you to feel seen.
 
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Polylithic

Trevor Stevens

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We can understand no culture from one point of view. We are functional and dysfunctional multi-part being. This podcast looks to intersect them: Faith, culture & environmental interaction. Let’s see what makes you a Polylithic being. From Many, One Is Made.
 
Off-Kilter is a podcast about poverty and inequality—and everything they intersect with. Each week, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by experts, advocates, activists, and other smart people to break down the issues of the day—and how we fight back. Powered by The Century Foundation. We want to hear from you! Send ideas, pitches, and feedback to offkiltershow@tcf.org.
 
Come find inspiration with women in the outdoors. Interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping, entrepreneurship, outdoor equity, aging, conservation, motherhood, chronic illness, and more as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.
 
Adventures Through The Mind is an interview-based podcast hosted by Canadian author and public educator, James W. Jesso. Although the show topics range---from spirituality, mental health, and emotional maturity; to love, relationships and sexuality; to history, philosophy, and neuroscience---there are two underlying themes that intersect them all: psychedelics & the mind. James W. Jesso is the author of Decomposing The Shadow: Lessons From The Psilocybin Mushroom and The True Light Of Darkne ...
 
In this podcast, you are going to get to hear a combination of my thoughts on how we can be luminary. I'm going to be talking across the vast topic area of diversity, equity and inclusion. I'm going to be shining a light on the complexities of holding marginalized and intersectional identities. I'm going to be in conversation with every day, but by no means ordinary, thought leaders and providing safe harbour for challenging and difficult ideas.
 
Feminist self-coaching practices and insightful conversations brewed up with reverence for the magic in and all around us. Hosted by Natalie Miller, a master certified life coach dedicated to helping us all evolve past the hustle and grind culture to create better everyday lives for ourselves and our communities.
 
Words To That Effect: Stories of the Fiction that Shapes Popular Culture. WTTE is a narrative storytelling show, hosted and produced by Conor Reid, that explores the intriguing places where fiction, history, science, and popular culture intersect and inspire. From the Victorian past to utopian futures, dinosaurs to detectives, zombies to mummies, how does literature shape our understanding of popular culture? Find out more at https://wttepodcast.com. WTTE is a part of the HeadStuff Podcast N ...
 
Biracial co-hosts Sara & Misasha - two wickedly smart, funny, compassionate best friends - have very mixed-race children between them, and are personally invested in helping to uproot systemic racism. Weekly episodes include interviews of people whose stories you might not often listen to; deep dives into history, psychology, and current events to explain why we are where we are as a country; and actions that you take right now to make change in your spheres. We're not perfect, but we're rea ...
 
Meet your new favorite buds! This is a biweekly podcast about our pursuit of the three fundamental keys to happiness: health, wealth, and curiosity. Our journey explores how food and our daily lives intersect, satiating mind, body, and spirit. Like mirepoix in a dish, these keys to happiness are the reason life tastes so good. Let's get cookin! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mirepoixtastebuds/support
 
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Kingdom Patriot Group

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THE GRID, the Constitutional frontier where faith, politics and commerce intersect. Host Chris Kuhlmann (and cohosts) explore key issues facing Americans today and way individuals can stand up and can take action to protect the freedom and liberty our founding fathers fought for. The GRID, informative, inspirational, and educational.
 
Host Josie Rodriguez-Bouchier, a queer, non-binary, Latinx fertility acupuncturist, supports queer, trans, and non-binary folks in becoming pregnant. Through information-loaded episodes and compelling interviews with guest experts, The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is a place where we can relax and bring our Whole Selves to the conversation of fertility, identity, and our creative power. All content offered through The Intersectional Fertility Podcast is created for informational purposes ...
 
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In this episode, I welcome Reverend Wendy Hamilton to the show to talk about how cryptocurrencies and other digital assets fit into the larger narrative and goal of progressive politics, economic justice and a human-centered economy. Rev. Wendy is a 2022 Democratic Party primary candidate in Washington, DC, to become the District’s Delegate in the …
 
A senior journalist from Al-Jazeera is shot and killed on the West Bank. Her funeral was disrupted, attacked by the Israeli military. The January 6th Committee subpoenas 5 Republican colleagues. Another abortion fail by the Democrats in Congress. Finland is moving closer to NATO, much to the chagrin of guess who. And did the meatpacking industry an…
 
“Clothing, Consumption, and the Christian Life”Clothes, we all own plenty of them, and they help define who we are. But why have clothes gotten so cheap? What is the story behind the clothes we wear? Where were they made? Who made them? And should we care? Josh and Betsy bring a Christian worldview to the topic of clothing and consumption. In this …
 
In this episode of Intersections in Public Service, we take a close look at how libraries function as a public service. Williamsburg's Regional Library Director Betsy Fowler, provides insight into the many unique ways libraries meet the needs of their communities. Along with a historical overview of how public libraries came to be in Virginia, we a…
 
In this episode, Kimberlé is joined by W. Kamau Bell, director of the four-part documentary series We Need to Talk About Cosby. Together, the two use an intersectional lens to explore Bill Cosby's descent from his seemingly immovable status as "America's Dad.” Unpacking the complex interactions of race and gender that enabled Cosby's alleged sexual…
 
Irene Kang ’11 has lived multiple lives. In her first she worked in the field of environmentalism and sustainability. In her second, she's the founder of Spark Collection—bilingual books for families to learn language in a fun and meaningful way. Throughout the course of these lives, the most important decisions she made were by trusting her intuit…
 
When we’ve talked about intersectionality in the past, we’ve often talked about it with regard to race and gender, or gender and gender identity - but never quite like this. Our guest today is a queer British Chinese woman who also is a Brazilian Jujitsu competitor, an entrepreneur who raised over $10 million in venture capital financing, and the c…
 
The basis of the Whole Self Fertility Method™ is that we are elemental beings, and that fertility is not our reproductive system only. It’s our endocrine system, our nervous system, our digestive system, and so much more. Today, we are rerunning an informative episode to unpack each element that composes Josie's Whole Self Fertility Method™. They d…
 
Mike & Wes critically talk through the flat earth model presented in Part 1 and examine it throughout the history of ideas. We even dive into tensions between heliocentricity, the church and the scientific revolution and examine Galileo's four points to resolve the tension. We address thinkers such as; Pythagoras, Aristotle, Plato, Augustin, Eratos…
 
Black is beautiful. Black is talented. Oriane Toguem joins this episode to discuss her experiences of being a model and opera singer of Cameroonian descent, and how she stays away from trouble and negativity.Read the transcript of this episode at https://intersectionsonthespectrum.com/Join Kelly Bron Johnson and Doug Blecher as we discuss intersect…
 
Publisher RA “Kris” Millegan talks with Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould about JFK’s peace speech at American University, how its principles can still help the world today, the May 25, 2022 FREE Zoom event about it (ROUNDTABLE 9 - RSVP at Valedictiondotnet), the need to transcend the Hegelian Dialectic, and the reality of the mystical dimension.…
 
You know that One Thing, that desire or dream or goal that simmers in your heart and your belly? Devoting time and energy to that thing can feel irresponsible, or even selfish. But I’m here to tell you that we NEED you to Go For It! Here’s a spell to help you understand why. Mentioned: Revolutionary dancer, choreographer, and badass Martha Graham o…
 
Dungeons & Dragons plays a huge part in fiction and popular culture more generally, but it is often overlooked or misunderstood. In this episode I gather together an experienced Dungeon Master and some complete novices (including myself) to play D&D for the first time. Joining me to explore this new world is academic, and life-time D&D fan, Profess…
 
Who would you lie under oath for? Russ says nobody. Jason says it depends on the crime. Tony would do it for basically anyone. Also: Chris Paul vs. Patrick Beverley (23:59), taking Jimmy Butler seriously (41:15), wearing shoes in other people's houses (1:01:11), and much more. Presented by Sheets & Giggles. Go to sheetsgiggles.com/SA and they'll au…
 
Holier Than the Early Christians? Communion and the Council of Trullo Michael Lofton reviews a video by Taylor Marshall saying that he would refuse the Eucharist if it was only available to be received by the hand. The original video may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTkrdd5Y9PA&t=52s 00:00 Introduction. 01:00 Michael’s opinion abo…
 
Would St. Francis de Sales have anything to say about Sedevacantism? What arguments would he use (and avoid)? And how could his Catholic Presuppositionalism change the way Catholics debate present-day Modernist & RadTrad controversies? Join Jeremiah Bannister of @Paleocrat Diaries for PART NINE of his groundbreaking series on Catholic Presuppositio…
 
Let's be honest, America's real pastime is eating. If you ask any sports head that question though, they are already humming "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and envisioning the toppings for their hotdog. This week we chat all things baseball with the Director Of Programming at Marquee Sports Network, Alli Bertucci, and get into the details of goopy v…
 
Sometimes we all need a little musical interlude, and today seemed like a wonderful day to have Atlanta's Michelle Malone on to share a few tunes and tell us about her new album, 1977. Michelle has been a fixture in the American roots music scene for more than 30 years, and 1977 evolved while she and her collaborators were navigating the strange wo…
 
Original Air Date 4/14/2021 Today we take a look at the one element of our government that, above all others, has contributed to the absolute disfunction of our democracy. The filibuster was never intended by the founders, always anti-democratic, often used for racist ends and is now being abused at a rate never before seen. 202-999-3991 or email J…
 
If you’ve ever heard about Ancestry.com and thought that this wasn’t something for you due to your own family’s immigration story, or alternately if you love nothing more than to have centuries of your family’s history in the United States documented for you, then this episode is for you. Or, if you’ve never heard of Ancestry before, but you work i…
 
Following the rare leak of a draft majority opinion in the Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the prospect of partial or wholesale rollback of Roe v. Wade—and with it, the bodily autonomy of women and people who can become pregnant—now looms larger than ever in the United States. So in the wake of the leak that has eve…
 
Engaging Protestant Objections to Catholicism w/ Erick Ybarra and Luis Dizon Michael Lofton, Erick Ybarra and Luis Dizon respond to Dr. James White’s arguments against Catholicism in a discussion of his with Cameron Bertuzzi. The original video may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8woTgHoR0A&t=3607s #catholic #protestant #theology #d…
 
Dr. James White Critiques Michael Lofton on the Council of Nicaea Michael Lofton offers a first impression review of Dr. James White’s critique of his content. The original video may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma-D4LCK6rg 00:00 Introduction 05:03 Dr. White’s review of Lofton begins 5:58 The “1054” schism between Catholics and Or…
 
Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Go to https://zen.ai/twobiguys0 and fill out the contact information so Zencastr can help you bring your business story to life. This week Rob sat down with Lydia Green, a bisexual Jewish organizer and Democratic party activist currently running for District Leader of NYC Assembly…
 
A personal note from Melissa re: Roe v. Wade and a throwback episode about feminism by way of First Daughter, Alice Roosevelt's pet garder snake, Emily Spinach. Also, panda cologne is eau d'number 2, and our favorite bad taxidermy, "Sad Otter". All resources for this episode can be found in the shownotes of episode 24, "Emily Spinach" Visit Bewilde…
 
In 2018 a new Waffle House location had just opened up in Antioch- a neighborhood in Nashville. On April 22nd of that year, groups of young adults started to flow into the restaurant as another wave of late night crowds rushed in after last call at the bar. Most were just looking for a bite to eat after a night out…but what started as a fun evening…
 
This week, Alicia brings us the story of comedian Steve Harvey's two divorces, including the seemingly bizarre litigation brought by his second wife a decade after their split. Then Stacie covers the difficult 11-year marriage (but happy post-marriage) of actors Courteney Cox and David Arquette. Sponsors BEING Trans. Experience the world through th…
 
Air Date 5/14/2022 Today we take a look at the options and actions still available after the Supreme Court overturns Roe for those seeking abortions and Reproductive Justice more widely. Plus, an obligatory explanation of how we got to now. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLe…
 
Featuring speakers from the ESPD55: Ethnopharmacologic Search for Psychoactive Drugs symposium, this cafe explores the question: What does ethnopharmacology have to teach humanity in our present times? Topics include: the reconciliation of humanity with nature; what traditional and indigenous knowledge systems hold for our capacity to facilitate th…
 
Hey Queens & Kings! Today we are talking about the concept of sacrifice vs suffering. We love a good operational definition. For sacrifice, there are quite a few ways to look at this, especially spiritually. But this is what we’re talking about “The surrender or destruction of something prized or desirable for the sake of something considered as ha…
 
Michael Lofton is pleased to announce the first R&T online conference. See below for more details: Theme: Catholicism and Orthodoxy: What Still Divides Us? Air Date on R&T: June 11th at 12 PM Central Live Q&A Session: June 11th at 6 PM Central, after everyone’s prerecorded video sessions have aired. Participation is optional. Access: Free Topics: F…
 
Did Cardinal Ottaviani Reject the New Mass? | Michael Lofton Michael Lofton considers the position of Cardinal Ottaviani on the New Mass and assesses whether he can legitimately be used to critique the Novus Ordo Missae. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Did-Cardinal-Ottaviani-Reject-the-New-Mass_-_-Michael-Lofton-128-kbps.mp…
 
Does Canon 6 of Nicaea Refute Catholicism? A Response to James White Michael Lofton responds to James White’s argument that canon 6 of the First Council of Nicaea refutes the universal jurisdiction of the pope. He also briefly offers some initial thoughts on James White’s discussion with Cameron Bertuzzi on the Dividing Line. The original video of …
 
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