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MSB is a weekly Gundam podcast for new fans, old fans, and not yet fans. Nina (a Gundam first-timer) and Thom (a lifelong Gundam fan) analyze, review, and research all 40-years of the iconic sci-fi anime mega-franchise Mobile Suit Gundam in the order it was made. We research its influences, examine its themes, and discuss how each piece of the Gundam canon fits within the changing context in Japan and the world, from 1979 to today. Part history podcast, part discussion podcast, all Gundam po ...
 
2.6% of pop music producers are women, but that doesn’t mean that women in music production don’t exist. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The Creator’s Suite Podcast reveals the brilliance and boldness of women DJs, producers, and audio engineers while diving deep in discussions around music industry hot topics and premier technology. So gear up to have both sides of your brain stimulated as we come together to listen, learn, and harness our power. Hosted By: Abhita Austin, Josie Carr and K ...
 
The Innovation Junkies Podcast features global leaders in innovation in a candid, unscripted conversation that highlights how they drive amazing new products and services to market. The hosts, Jeff Amerine and Jeff Standridge, bring over 50 years of combined enterprise and startup innovation expertise across multiple industries. Everything at Innovation Junkie revolves around creating sustainable, strategic growth for companies & organizations.
 
Flight Suit Friday was a created by a group of Coast Guard Aviators to share stories, discuss the art of search and rescue, and most importantly, to revel in this demanding, yet impossibly rewarding, job. For any Coasties out there past or present, aviators, sailors, watchstanders - there are tales of heroism and rules of life we can all live by and enjoy listening to. We hope to expand our reach beyond the Mighty 65 as the show goes on. Hosts: LCDR Nate Shakespeare, LCDR Sam Hafensteiner Pr ...
 
One Suite Deal: The Power of a CFO and COO unveils HORNE’s ability to bridge the gap between a dental practice’s financial and clinical data. Chrissy Leggett and Leigh Ellen Madden jointly host this series to promote how a dental practice owner can unshackle themselves from routine financial and administrative tasks and manage clinical processes to maximize the profitability and performance of a practice.
 
Welcome friends, to a podcast for a darker timeline. Maybe the darkest of all timelines. Definitely not one of the good timelines. Maybe it’s always been a dark timeline, maybe the Hadron collider screwed us over. Science may never know. What we do know is that we live in the void. The void, a place where a chittering mass of void crabs can infest a person suit and win the presidency. The void, a place where we're just clever enough to know that climate change is happening, but not quite cle ...
 
Hey! I'm Stormie, you may recognize me from my YouTube channel, or maybe you just landed on the podcast, regardless, welcome! This is intended to be a place that I can take a bit more time going in-depth on all things spiritual, esoteric, or even meat-suit-related. It also gives me a great space to actually have discussions with other people, invite guests, and hopefully create meaningful dialogue. Thanks for stopping by, keep shining, and keep expanding!
 
Wow!! Cool Robot!!! is a podcast about Gundam! Starting with the original Mobile Suit Gundam, I (Max) will be progressing through the entire animated history of those big ol' robots and maybe even finding out a few things about myself along the way! With each series of the anime, I'll be bringing along a co-host or two for moral support. I can't take on the Principality of Zeon alone! Join me and my friends as we discuss science fiction, 18-meter-tall mobile suits, and, most importantly, why ...
 
Who is it for? Driven professional women who want to learn how to accelerate in their careers and be in leadership positions (Director, Sr. Director, VP, C-Suite, etc) and want to learn how to navigate the space both professionally and personally. What's the Value I'll be bringing? I'm a Career Coach and I've helped hundreds of clients accelerate in their careers while getting them up to $50,000 in salary increases. I'll be giving advice I only share with my clients and I'll also be having g ...
 
Welcome to Hawthorne Manor. As our newest arrival, the caretaker himself (Keegan-Michael Key) will be providing a daily tour and introduction to another guest. Please remember to wear headphones throughout your stay. And make yourself at home. After all, this is it!A production of iHeartRadio, Blumhouse Television, and Grim & Mild from Aaron Mahnke.
 
Tune into Suite Spot, the hotel marketing podcast by Travel Media Group. Twice a month, we’ll zero in on a topic relevant to hoteliers today. Learn about hotel marketing news and expert tips to help your hotel compete online. Topics we’ll cover include trends in social media, online reviews, and how travelers search for hotels online today to help hoteliers stay on top of industry trends and keep up with the competition. Suite Spot is hosted by Travel Media Group brand ambassador Ryan Embree ...
 
The Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT produces three different podcasts for our patrons to stream. "Broadway Buzz with Dr. Stuart Brown" is devoted to all things Broadway. Supported by Webster Bank. "Concert Conversations with Tom The Suit Forst" features in depth talks with CT-based musicians. Supported by Ion Bank. In addition listeners can also find past episodes of the radio show, "Your Palace Your Place" hosted by Sheree Marcucci on WATR 1320AM.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Curse, Code, and Crown is an actual-play Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition podcast created by Dumb-Dumbs & Dice. A princess trapped in a suit of armour, (Laura Elizabeth, @elhamstring), a disillusioned royal guard (Ryan LaPlante, @theryanlaplante) and a fungus-worshipping Tortle (Tyler Hewitt, @Tyler_Hewitt) are forced to work together to save a fully original world created by our Dungeon Master Tom Mcgee (@mcgeetd)!
 
UA is the premier anime podcast! Anime, games, and anything to do with it. Mainly anime though. Grab a suit and helmet and hop on the only rocket in the podcast world. We are heading upwards to Universe Anime! I'm your host and I appreciate you coming along for the ride! Twitter: @UniverseAnime0 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/UniverseAnime/support
 
When comedy podcast bro Julian Black discovers his great-grandfather's tapes, he assumes it's an immersive radio drama. That was his first mistake. Posting the tapes online? Well, now he's asking for it. He'll come face-to-face with supernatural creatures as he's plunged into a centuries-old mystery. And at its heart is a mysterious Stranger in a dark suit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Suite (212) is a radio programme, broadcast on Resonance 104.4fm, and podcast that explores the arts in their social, political, cultural and historical contexts, hosted by Juliet Jacques. We take an inter-disciplinary approach, with an emphasis on innovative, underground or avant-garde work. Sometimes, panels discuss cultural politics; sometimes, we focus on a new publication or exhibition, or a specific individual or group whose work we admire.
 
British Suits and Cowboy Boots, a podcast exploring the relationship between Britain and the great states of Texas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Arkansas and Oklahoma.Each episode British Consul General Richard Hyde sits down with a prominent leader from the worlds of culture, sport, business or politics to talk about the transatlantic relationship and what it means to them.
 
Russell Giblett is the Calorie Counting Chef !Russell is a chef of 20+ years experience who is passionate about healthy, tasty food that can be cooked at home by you !Russell started his own health and wellness journey at the end of 2020 and has to date lost over 20kg’s by eating tasty healthy food and basic exercise.Russell has a wide knowledge of allergies & dietary requirements and can tailor recipes and dishes to suit most people!Russell has also started studying certificate 3 &4 in fitn ...
 
Power Suit Podcast is the careers podcast for turbulent times. In each episode, the founder of Power Suit Social, Lauren Ingram, interviews amazing creative leaders on how they made it, and how we can don our power suits, stay skilled up and employable in times like these. What’s Power Suit Social? It's a network about the future of the creative industries and how we make money from creative work. Follow us @powersuitsocial for creative jobs and 1980s inspo.
 
Welcome to the Weird Internet Podcast, where hosts Jorrel, Chris, and Jandro explore the quirks of various internet communities. Have you had the urge to dump your life savings into GME? This is the right place for you. Do you enjoy dabbing on haters in your custom winter fox fur suit? Please take a seat - we've been expecting you. Ever found yourself getting hot and sweaty while thinking about becoming a human table? You're not alone. I'm a sturdy antique mahogany with 5 legs. So sit back, ...
 
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Underneath the Empire State building, a maze of pipes, gauges and steel valve wheels that comprise the building's chiller plant look as if they might have remained unchanged since President Herbert Hoover turned on the tower's iconic lights at its opening in 1931. Despite their appearance, those enormous heat exchange machines have been thoroughly …
 
It was truly amazing to learn about the journey of Trev "Elder" Jones as we did this episode of Bridge the Gap. This interview taught Holden Stephan Roy a lot and we're super pleased to be able to share it with y'all. Make sure to leave a comment with your thoughts :) Make sure to follow/support Trev "Elder" Jones: https://www.instagram.com/tmann04…
 
In this episode with Dr. Kevin Tham, Head of Tech Risk and Cyber Security at WooliesX and immediate past president of the ISACA Sydney Chapter, we cover a somber yet very needful topic. Join us as Kevin examines the historical deaths of past hacktivists, addresses the mental health challenge of security professionals in our industry, and share some…
 
Show Notes Full show notes coming soon! The eulogy in this episode includes the song 'world of ruin' by Damiano Baldiano, licensed under a Creative Common Attribution license. Mobile Suit Breakdown is written, recorded, and produced within Lenapehoking, the ancestral and unceded homeland of the Lenape, or Delaware, people. Before European settlers …
 
We continue our AHRS Fireside Chats by bringing in the (now former) Coast Guard exchange instructor at the Army's High Altitude Aviation Training Site in Gypsum, Colorado. These aviation experts help us hone our craft and become masters of power management. Sit back, and enjoy this phenomenal conversation with LCDR (ret.) Robb Mackenzie! We plan to…
 
In this episode of the Suite Spot, we dig into the archives to unveil a never-before-heard episode on how hotels can prep for the busy summer season. Host Ryan Embree is joined by Director of Marketing, Anne Sandoval, to share tips and tricks on how to get the most out of this exciting time of year. Ryan and Anne start off by talking about why it’s…
 
In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, we have decided to bring you a series of interviews with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, conducted via Skype (so apologies for the diminished audio quality), about their practices, the political issues that inspire them…
 
Are you still second-thinking about negotiating your salary? How can negotiating your pay empower you as a woman and get into a C-Suite position that you deserve? In this episode, our very special guest, Jocelyn Clarkson, will enlighten us on how powerful negotiating can be! Jocelyn is a financial services professional, working in compliance, wealt…
 
On this week of the How I Suit Up podcast, I speak with Pedro Mendes (@TheHogtownRake). Pedro is a classic menswear aficionado. On top of that he’s also an author, podcaster, writer, and documentary host that celebrates traditional sartorial craftsmanship in Canada and around the world. His latest work is a book titled 10 Garments Every Man Should …
 
Welcome back to the Lion of Vienna Suite podcast! Host, Tom, is back after a week away to discuss victory in Wanderers' biggest game of the season so far on the seaside at Morecambe with James Jarvis, Chris Manning and, special guest, Marc Iles. We run through the key talking points from the game, the gathering of fans outside and look ahead to a c…
 
Ep 2: Manifesting Your Career Path with Sarah, The !llstrumentalist On Episode 2 of The Creator's Suite Podcast we bring you an interview from our vault, with Sarah, The !llstrumentalist. Sarah, The !llstrumentalist is a music producer, content creator, and performance artist hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina and now based in Los Angeles, Califo…
 
In the past three weeks, every adult in the U.S. has become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, which are now widely available in most parts of the country. Yet there has been an alarming decline in the number of Americans showing up to get vaccinated, even though less than half of the population has received even a single dose.…
 
On May 10, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) extended authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to 12- to 15-year-olds. It’s the first COVID-19 shot authorized for this younger population. "I cannot tell you how many people have been anxiously awaiting this day to get their kids vaccinated," says Dr.…
 
Scotland could be one step closer to becoming an independent country. The British government has been forced to play defense on calls for a second Scottish independence referendum, after the country's main nationalist party secured an emphatic victory in elections for its devolved parliament on Friday.…
 
Welcome to the season finale of the Weird Internet Podcast Season 1! In this episode, your resident internet explorers dive into the intricacies and philosophies of the Funko Fanatics community. As with all of our communities, we go in thinking that Funko Pops are one thing, but come out scratching our oddly shaped heads for another reason. Come jo…
 
A version of this article also appeared in the It’s Not Just You newsletter. Sign up here to receive a new edition every Sunday. As always, you can send comments to me at: Susanna@Time.com. My sister Ingalisa is a museum person. Travel with her means you’re in for some art. And while I knew I’d missed Ingalisa over this long year, I didn’t think I …
 
Kara and Scott recap Elon Musk's host appearance on Saturday Night Live and how it affected the cryptocurrency market. They also discuss a major cyberattack on a US natural gas pipeline. Then we are joined by author of the new book Amazon Unbound, Brad Stone, to discuss how Amazon is changing in the post-Bezos era. Learn more about your ad choices.…
 
For an hour and a half on Friday evening, it was as if the 2020 election had never ended. "Tell me, who’s your president?" asked Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene. “Donald Trump!” the crowd shouted. Did anyone believe that Joe Biden had won the election? “No!” they roared back. In a ballroom in central Florida, two embattled Republicans, Reps. Matt Gaetz…
 
Facebook’s new Oversight Board, a new, quasi-independent organization that acts as a kind of supreme court for Facebook’s moderation decisions, issued its most important decision yet. In a lengthy ruling, it determined that Facebook was “justified” when it suspended Donald Trump’s Facebook and Instagram accounts on January 6th, 2021, but that it sh…
 
The most remarkable features of the state constitutions that sprang to life in 1776 like so many daffodils up and down the continent were certain overarching elements that are now so commonplace that we forget how truly revolutionary they were back then: writtenness, concision, replicability, rights declaration, democratic pedigree, republican stru…
 
More than 75 years after V-E Day—the German surrender on May 8, 1945, that ended the physical fighting on the Western Front in World War II—myths and misconceptions about the war remain. TIME asked the Senior Historian at the National World War II Museum, Rob Citino, which myths he has spent the most time debunking in his career as a professor of m…
 
Remote work has become the new normal, and as a business owner, you can’t help but wonder how this will affect your business during tax seasons to come. Kathy LaMonica, principal and senior manager of Rea’s State and Local Tax (SALT) team is here to discuss the layers of remote work and what landmines do you need to be aware of, registering for pay…
 
Wow... Splatoon 3 was prescient! France is gonna get destroyed! There's only one last glaring bit of skyline left to get rid of. After taking out the trash, let's go to Neo Soviet Russia, where Gundam pilots you! I have certainly made that joke before. Finally, let's take some hallucinogens and go to space! This is only 6 episodes in!!! Watching - …
 
The notion that mothers can simultaneously nurture their children and their careers is often seen as a modern phenomenon, an indication of how far women have come in the march toward gender equity. But in fact, history is full of mothers who reached beyond the domestic sphere—courageous women who overcame societal barriers and changed the world for…
 
The Longworth House lactation suite is stately. Furnished with wood paneling and a patrician window curtain, it fits a refrigerator, a sink, a TV, and pumping stations equipped with hospital-grade breast pumps, armchairs, shelves, hangers, tissues, and wipes. The suite—one of several created at the U.S. House of Representatives starting in 2007 und…
 
The Texas House of Representatives approved a spate of new voting restrictions Friday in a state that has long been considered one of the hardest to vote in in the nation. The final 78-64 vote occurred on Friday afternoon—just one day after Florida approved its own law adding restrictions to voting by mail and drop boxes, and weeks after Georgia en…
 
Projectiles fire out of an armored car and shoot down a Bogotá highway like fireworks, landing among a group of protesters as they run in the opposite direction. A video, verified and shared by Human Rights Watch, shows what the rights group says is the use of “indiscriminate and dangerous” weapons on civilians by Colombian police.…
 
My mother has three children. She gave birth to my sister in Seattle, my brother in Stockholm, Sweden, and me in Albuquerque, N.M. One of the things all three of us distinctly remember is the way she would constantly compare her experiences as a mother in the U.S. to those she had abroad. When she gave birth to my brother, she felt supported. When …
 
Alex Denley, a 23-year-old philosophy doctoral student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, doesn't seem like someone who would be vaccine hesitant. They're determined to stop COVID-19 from spreading, and haven't fallen for any vaccine conspiracy theories. However, getting the coronavirus shot was tremendously stressful for Denley. They feared…
 
About 142,000 fewer babies were born in the U.S. in 2020 than in 2019, according to provisional figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released May 5. But unlike most health news pertaining to last year, the pandemic was not the primary cause for the decline. In total, there were 3.6 million births in 2020, a 4% drop from 2019.…
 
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox every weekday. When Liz Cheney voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump back in January, her fellow Republicans were able to set that aside as a vote of conscience. Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House and a mainst…
 
In 1907, Anna Jarvis held a memorial service for her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis, a peace activist who created Mothers’ Day Work Clubs in the 1850s to promote children’s health. The elder Jarvis’s commitment to hygienic childcare was borne of tragedy, as she lost nine children to epidemics spread through unsanitary conditions common during the 19th c…
 
With gyms, restaurants, and workplaces reopening, people from every part of my life are asking for expert advice on how to ingrain new and healthier habits as we re-emerge from our pandemic cocoons. Their instinct that now is the right time to make a change is spot on—my research shows that having a “fresh start” is a powerful motive to initiate po…
 
A lot has changed in country music in the decade since the Pistol Annies, a country supergroup consisting of Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, released their first album in 2011. Bro-country swept the airwaves, followed by country gentlemen; traditionalists brought back fiddles and lap steel guitars; innovators fused the genre w…
 
We saw the new album from CZARFACE and MF DOOM (RIP) and felt we had to review Super What?. This is the Head Space Podcast, the show where we break down new Hip Hop albums track by track. Holden Stephan Roy is pleased to be here with our thoughts and we're stoked to see your comments. 00:00 General chit chat about CZARFACE X MF DOOM 05:23 The King …
 
Today we take our first look at a subject I love: Alternative history. I'm going to briefly discuss the generally accepted history of ancient Egypt and then explain a basic outline of why it doesn't make sense, and explain an alternative theory. If you find this episode interesting I would recommend watching "The Pyramid Code" for a good beginner s…
 
My guest this week is William Paris (@WilliamMParis), the Frank B Weeks Visiting Assistant Professor at Wesleyan, starting assistant professor as University of Toronto, and cohost of the What’s Left of Philosophy podcast. We discuss the role of utopia in the work of Du Bois and how it allows the possible to permeate the actual. Convocation: Utopia …
 
The internet had a field day when Krispy Kreme in March offered free donuts to anyone who could prove they’d been vaccinated against COVID-19. But only a few weeks later, as vaccine supply begins to outpace demand in many places and daily vaccination rates tumble across the U.S., states, cities and counties are following the donut chain’s lead. Wes…
 
Unlike most members of the U.S. Olympic team bound for Tokyo this summer, surfer John John Florence can currently walk into a bar, maskless, without much worry, to enjoy a beer with some friends. These days Carissa Moore, who tops the World Surf League rankings—and who is also Tokyo-bound—can walk stress-free into a supermarket, and shoot hoops wit…
 
A version of this story first appeared in the Climate is Everything newsletter. If you’d like sign up to receive this free once-a-week email, click here. The surge of COVID-19 cases and the humanitarian crisis now unfolding in India has shocked the world and led to a search for an explanation of how the situation got so bad so fast.…
 
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