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New podcastListen to heartfelt and heart wrenching stories of real people from the early days of the 3HO Kundalini Yoga Community, those born into it, and those converted or influenced by the "Teachings" in the last 50 years of "light-washing" the truth. These are the stories you haven't heard. The untold truths and abuses that have infused into the consciousness of the Healthy, Happy and Holy Community of KundaliniYoga globally. weblog
 
In the Summer of 1970, a ragtag group of teenage hippies, proto-punks, artists, and science buffs assembled in a small, obscure town called San Diego to celebrate their pop culture heroes … and each other. They couldn’t possibly have known that the San Diego Comic-Con would over the decades grow into the largest pop culture gathering worldwide. Join original scream queen and cosplay pioneer Brinke Stevens as she, nearly 50 of her childhood cohorts, and a cadre of uber-geeky celebrity guests ...
 
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Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered. 010329
 
Welcome to The SocialRay Podcast where we share stories of social media influencers and entrepreneurs of how they overcame difficulties and hardships to build the success and influence they have today. Learn the strategies, mindsets, and tools that have helped these influencers and entrepreneurs build massive brands and businesses using the power of social media. And learn from the founders and world-changing entrepreneurs who are making a difference in the world. You can sign up for my emai ...
 
On History of the 90’s we’ll travel back in time through the stories that defined a decade. The last 10 years of the 20th century was a time like no other, from Columbine to Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Seinfeld, Air Jordan, and the Spice Girls …if it happened in the 90’s you’ll hear about it on this podcast. Join Kathy Kenzora as we journey through the History of the 90's every other Wednesday.
 
Most ela teachers feel like they don't have enough time to get everything done that they need to get done. That's why every podcast episode of the Teaching ELA Podcast has a goal to get you something you can use right now, tomorrow, or a week from next Tuesday. That means you can leave on time today and still have a great lesson for tomorrow.Welcome to the Teaching ELA podcast where I help ELA teachers thrive in and out of the classroom. In this podcast I discuss real teaching for real class ...
 
This group project is a collection of 43 fairy tales (both old and new), folk lore, myths and real life stories by a variety of authors, brought together by writer Fanny E Coe. They are mostly short and are fun to read and tell to children and most teach valuable lessons about life. (Summary by Phil Chenevert)
 
The Fandalorians: Teachers by Day, Nerds by Night. By day, Mr. Richardson, Mr. McDonald and Mr. Giannone teach and inspire America's youth. But by night, they debate and discuss all things in the pop culture universe. Join these three public school teachers, every Monday, for a look into the current state of pop culture. Email: Thefandaloriansmailbag@gmail.com Twitter: @Fandalorianspod
 
Imagine a young, twenty-something woman in 1860, reared “in the indolent life of the ordinary Southern girl” (which means she has never learned to cook); married to a professional man who knows “nothing of manual labor;” who is mother to a young son; and who has just found out she is pregnant with their second child. Imagine that this couple has become “embarrassed financially” by “imprudent speculations,” and that they are discussing what to do. They decide to buy a wagon and three yoke of ...
 
‘At the End of the Day’ is the podcast by a Nepalese couple based in New York. Anuz Thapa and Dipika Shrestha are the hosts of this channel. Both were media personalities in Nepal. They are now pursuing their careers here in the USA. In this podcast, they are sharing stories of experiences of being 'new immigrants in the US, and what should be done to ease the process of adjusting and making the most out of the challenges in this new place.' Here's the link to their YouTube Channel- https:// ...
 
Cheers! Chef JK here. I used to sing in Dogwood (the punk rock group) now I make music as Saint Didacus. This is The Punk Chef Podcast! I am a professional chef who does food and beverage pairings with all types of music (mostly punk/hardcore/metal, and I’m teaching my 3 kids to do the same! Why is music so important to the human existence? You know how food works, but do you know how to pair music with it? Do you cook or clean without music playing? Don’t do that. Let me help you find the r ...
 
Leadville — The 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race Podcast, p/b Floyd's of Leadville is the show for people racing (or just interested in) The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race. Fatty (a 22-time LT100 finisher), Hottie, and a host of experts answer your questions, give you training tips, detail the course, and tells the stories about the highest and hardest one-day mountain bike race in America: The Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race.
 
Chef Jamie Adams and Leonardo Moura are co-owners and business partners with over 40 years of experience in the restaurant industry. We all love to eat well, drink and be merry and we got pretty good at selling that whole thing with our two Atlanta based restaurants, il Giallo and Lagarde, so we’ve decided to share our food and wine experience in a podcast that covers our experiences and expertise with a great sense of humor and without taking ourselves too bloody seriously. Welcome to Katze ...
 
A spontaneous and creative solution to combat an invasive mental health disorder. Join me on my journey to reduce and maybe even better understand my life long struggle with Mal-adaptive Daydreaming Disorder. We discuss the disorder, it's effects on the internal and external being, and with the creation of this podcast give those of us who deal with the disorder on a daily basis a way to take a moment of clarity and truly be apart of a community of those who have developed the ability to cre ...
 
Inevitable: The Future of Work is a human resources podcast that investigates HR’s evolving impact on people, processes, and profitability. Today’s leaders join hosts, Clarissa Peterson of HR Certification Institute and Jeff Lesher of SHIFT, for forward-thinking exploration into the rapidly shifting workplace. Through stories and research, surrounding tech, automation, people management and more; these expert insights prepare the field for what’s ahead. Tune in to push the potential of your ...
 
Are you a curiosity seeker? Do you have a yearning to learn more about the wonderful world around us? Take a journey of discovery with THE CURIOUS PROFESSOR as she explores the intriguing people, places, artifacts, and natural wonders that spark her curiosity. A podcast for the curious at heart. Be curious with Dr. B.
 
Everyone has a story. Behind the Mike: Conversations of Hope is the place to hear stories from our guests, that will encourage and inspire you. We believe that by sharing personal stories of overcoming challenges can offer all of us hope. Our goal is to encourage you to dream big, to focus on Him, and to keep moving when life knocks you down. We all deal with challenges and struggles--from fear and anxiety to addiction and doubt. Subscribe to Behind the Mike: Conversations of Hope and share ...
 
This book is often described as an instruction manual on the subject of rat-catching. It does indeed contain a good deal about rats, ferrets and dogs, but it is much more than that. Barkley fills the book with humour, sharp observation, and his sheer joy of living in the countryside. The framework of the book is indeed a course by fictional rat-catcher Bob Joy, who suggests that rat-catching might be a suitable alternative career for boys at Eton, Harrow and the other major English public sc ...
 
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In this episode I talk with my friend Joshua Mixon who is an OG in the VeVe App and has made great investments and flips early on to the point where he has turned a $20k investment into over $500k plus from flipping the right NFTs that have appreciated greatly since the launch of the VeVe App. If you aren't aware of the VeVe App, it is an app that …
 
John's selection of 10 best science fiction radio shows continues today, with a creepy story of "lifelike" dolls with an evil streak, bent on world domination. This story was written by George Lefferts, a man who was responsible for bringing many classic science fiction short stories to the air. Visit our website: https://goodolddaysofradio.com/ Su…
 
It’s pretty easy, word lovers, to have a little fun. As today’s word tells us, it’s your right! The word of the day is a noun that means “a right or privilege limited to a specific person or to persons of a particular category.” What could it be? Listen now, but only if you want to!
 
(Dec 1, 2021) Despite all the poverty in the North Country, there are only a few homeless shelters in the region. Samaritan House in Saranac Lake has a track record of getting people jobs and back into their own housing. Also: The state education commissioner ordered a school near Saratoga Springs to drop its "Indians" mascot and logo.…
 
In the early morning hours of December 26, 1996, a 39 year old stay-at-home mom in an upscale neighbourhood of Boulder, Colorado made a shocking discovery. Her 6-year-old daughter had been kidnapped while the family slept and a mysterious ransom note had been left in her place. The handwritten 2-and-half page letter demanded $118,000 and instructed…
 
Brr! It’s cold in here, wordophiles. Let’s be sure to have today’s word on hand until next spring. It's a noun that means “a hooded pullover jacket originally made of fur and worn in the Arctic, now made of any weather-resistant fabric.” What is it? Tap play to find out!
 
This week John introduces the first episode of a short running comedy series starring the Capitol Records comedy artist, Stan Freberg, and a host of other iconic cartoon voices. Stan came late to radio, but he was a lifelong advocate for audio invention and imagination well after the end of the golden age, and here he is at the top of his game. Vis…
 
Yes, Matt shares a name with a Dogwood album. Yes, this is the person on the cover of that record. Yes, you will hear a baby partying with us in this episode. What can I say, beyond what I said in the special episode breakdown of the Matt Aragon record? Listen and learn. Lots of punk rock talk, menu and food pairings, and of course: SOCCER. Soccer …
 
(Nov 30, 2021) The North Country's spiking COVID-19 rates have county leaders scrambling to get more people vaccinated and wearing masks indoors. At Glens Falls' hospital, a wave of unvaccinated COVID patients is filling the facility's ICU unit. Also: New York has created a new job to coordinate the response to all the increased visitor traffic in …
 
Everything ends, word aficionados, but as today’s word shows us, you can go out with a bang! The word of the day is a noun that means “a concluding part added to a literary work, such as a novel.” Do you what it is? Listen now for the perfect ending to this word saga!
 
Today's episode I share my experience of being unravelled the last few months in my sense of IDENTITY, the challenge of "otherness" that we perpetuate as real, the lie of 3HO "exceptionalism" and its roots in white supremacy; and all things indoctrination, hidden in plain sight., including, NO BANGS ALLOWED! Break free with me...and let's discover …
 
Melissa Henderson, Executive Agent and hiring expert, rejoins us to splash some cold water on the faces of those trying to hire in our extremely tight and competitve talentmarket. She issues a blunt piece - and highly accessible - piece of advice to would-be employers: get off you backsides and do the work. Take a listen to find our ore about exact…
 
(Nov 29, 2021) The U.S. hasn't hosted World Cup ski jumping in years. But that's about to change in December when Lake Placid hosts an Olympic qualifier, thanks to a big upgrade in its iconic ski jump infrastructure. Also: SUNY Potsdam's interim president died unexpectedly over the weekend.על ידי NCPR News
 
Hello, word scribes! Let’s learn one symbol that the ancient Egyptians used when committing their thoughts to papyrus. It's a noun that means “a tau (or T-shaped) cross with a loop at the top, used as a symbol of generation or enduring life.” Can you decipher it? Press play now!
 
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