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NAIS Member Voices focuses on the hard-working individuals that make up the independent school community. Each episode will feature a discussion with a different staff member at an NAIS member school about his or her role, challenges, successes, inspiration sources, and more. For more information about NAIS or any of the resources discussed, visit www.nais.org or contact us at membership@nais.org. 074633
 
NWR Connectivity is a weekly podcast that is focused on connecting the listeners to the going-ons at Nintendo World Report. It highlights key stories and features from the site while also pulling in a variety of staff members to talk about different topics, such as new releases and important news stories. This is your ticket into the minds behind Nintendo World Report, for better or worse.
 
The constant news cycle can leave anyone feeling unsure of what is accurate or who to believe. In this podcast, we create space for constructive conversations across a range of perspectives and give our listeners the information they need to come to their own conclusions. Hosted by staff members of The Christian Science Monitor, a nonpartisan news organization with bureaus around the globe. Visit csmonitor.com/rethinkingthenews to learn more.
 
At the Square is American Public Square at Jewell's (APS) podcast channel. You'll find our series 'Both Sides', Student podcast episodes, and live event recordings. At the Square podcasts cover topics that correspond to APS programs and events while providing context and additional information on the issues. Episodes feature fact-based, civil conversations between experts and APS staff members.
 
Letters from the Lunchroom is brought to you by Communities In Schools of Mid-America. Communities In Schools (CIS) is a nationwide non-profit, which connects students and their families to local resources in order to remove barriers so that they will have greater success in school and in life. During this podcast, we talk to people who have a relationship with CIS. From students to staff members, and alumni to volunteers, we know that people who connect with non-profits have a story that le ...
 
A weekly discussion from a group of African American staff members of On Comics Ground talking about Black Nerd Culture. From its history, its characters in comics, video games, and more, to his complexities and more series notes. Starring: Aaron Jones, Jasmine Brown, James Portis, Travis Tucker, and Marcus Freeman. Theme song created by Dvvmfvc in partnership with Shoot The Breeze Media.
 
Operating an exterior and roof cleaning company is equally rewarding and challenging. Join Adam Hinesley, owner of Champion SoftWash, as he interviews SoftWash Systems in-network veterans and Pro Staff members every other week to talk about the "Soft" side of operating a pressure washing business in this unofficial SoftWash Systems In-Network podcast. Each episode contains powerful information to help you grow your pressure washing business, offers amazing insight into the SoftWash Systems n ...
 
Have you ever wanted to sit down with a Central City Opera singer, director, conductor, or production staff member and get to know them (and what they do) a little better? You’re in luck - our podcasts feature interviews with artists and others involved in our operas this season, plus insights from local experts on the Festival offerings. Find out more about the fascinating people who make the magic happen on the Central City Opera House stage.
 
Past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. Enjoy interviews with researchers published in journals, books, and magazines from the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, its staff, its membe ...
 
WVUA-FM, 90.7, located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is the student radio station of the University of Alabama. Their staff members have won numerous national awards for play-by-play calls, sports talk shows, and sports reporting. The following are broadcast highlights from the staff. To contact the staff, e-mail Sports Director Nic Hoch at wvuasports@sa.ua.edu
 
With this show, we want to help you get better acquainted with and connected to Smoketown Elementary School. This show is for all members of the Smoketown community including students, parents, families, and staff. In each episode, you'll hear a brief news segment that'll update you on events and happenings, followed by an interview with a teacher, staff member, or someone else of interest. Then, finally, you'll hear about a resource available to the Smoketown community. Go Smoketown!
 
Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
Welcome to: PowerSellingMom's Online Radio Show! Providing quality content for eBay sellers since 2007 @ PowerSellingMomRadio.com Featuring successful eBay sellers and eBay staff members. Topics include: Sharing buying and selling tips. How to market your online business. Drop-shipping suggestions. Wholesale buying tips. Shipping tips and lots more. Suggestions for future shows are appreciated. email me with comments or suggestions at: danna@powersellingmom.com. Text me at: 352.209.2792 I've ...
 
The UnReal After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Lifetimes's UnReal.Show Summary: Reality shows are often full of drama, but in the case of dating show "Everlasting," there may be more drama behind the scenes than there is in front of the camera. Executive producer Quinn commands her staff to get dramatic and outrageous footage for the show, which forces young producer Rachel to manipulate the relationships among the contestants to get the show's final cut to match Quinn's vis ...
 
The Shrine Mont Camp Cast is a show that aims to bring the world of shrine mont camps straight to your ears! It's a new way to tell the story of camp. Not a one-on-one interview with a staff member every week, but multiple voices telling the story. Shrine Mont Camps has always been a place where different voices can thrive in the same environment, something I hope to capture with the Camp-Cast. You won't hear from me much in this show, but what you will hear are the voices of Shrine Mont Cam ...
 
Rape Counselors of East Alabama is a nonprofit organization that provides free and confidential services to victims of sexual assault in the Alabama counties of Lee, Macon, Chambers, and Tallapoosa. In this podcast, RCEA Outreach Coordinator Faith Naumcheff discusses with various community members, RCEA staff, and volunteers about hard to talk about topics such as consent, gender, rape culture, and more, as well as providing resources and support to survivors.
 
To experience the "essential, eccentric south" real & raw go to http://www.twistedsouth.com The radio version of Twisted South Magazine, hosted weekly by a variety of special guests sometimes including Twisted South owner/CEO, Zeke Loftin and other Twisted South staff members.Visit with interesting musical guests and some of the wildest characters in the South and beyond. The show is known for its bizarre and famous call in guests and breaking all the rules of radio and producing hilarious o ...
 
Join Chapel Hill Public Library staff and community members as we uncover the untold histories of Chapel Hill. We seek to reckon with our past to figure out where we came from and why it matters for our shared future. Season one of Re/Collecting Chapel Hill was supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of ...
 
Get to know the people in the Shaver's Creek community through insightful and funny conversations! Shaver's Creek was founded in 1976 as a resource for the central Pennsylvania community and as a field lab for Penn State students to get hands-on experience teaching about the natural world. We create educational and recreational opportunities through our many programs and classes like Outdoor School and AURORA, our collection of live animals, and the brilliant forest surrounding the environme ...
 
A “Captain of Industry" was a term originally used in the United Kingdom during the Industrial Revolution describing a business leader whose means of amassing a personal fortune contributes positively to the country in some way. This may have been through increased productivity, expansion of markets, providing more jobs, or acts of philanthropy. Lead Host: George Jarkesy, hedge fund manager, founder of several successful companies invites you to listen in as he talk to todays' and tomorrows' ...
 
Chapel is a vital part of The Master’s University, complementing a student’s academic and spiritual experience, and providing the campus community with a dynamic worship experience. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, students, faculty, and staff gather for a time centered on the expositional preaching of Scripture. Speakers include pastors, missionaries, faculty members, Christian leaders, and students. For more information on The Master's University, visit masters.edu.
 
Second Life is a 3D virtual world entirely created by its Residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of members from around the globe. This podcast features: (1) insightful interviews with Linden Lab staff, (2) Video Tutorials by Torley which teach you how to use SL in a fun and fast fashion, and (3) selected machinima works by community creators. You can join us @ secondlife.com
 
Thurston Community Television is a membership organization that provides public, educational, and government access television in greater Thurston County, Washington. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation under contract to Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater and Thurston County. TCTV provides access channel management, training and production support to local residents, groups, government agencies and educational institutions. Our programming is seen on access channels on the Comcast cable system i ...
 
This podcast was created to improve our members' experience and further assist with their growth. Tune in each month to hear another inspiring story from a fellow shop owner to “drive change” in your shop. If you have an inspiring story you would like to share, you can email me, Geoff Berman, at podcast@autotraining.net. Disclaimer: If you have issues accessing a podcast, please contact us at contact@autotraining.net to request a transcript. Please include the episode title and date you are ...
 
This series is developed by students, staff, research centers and the faculty at the Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development (IHEID). It will host podcasts on a plethora of topics that range from research and studying to aspects of international life in Geneva and at the Institute.
 
Behind-the-Scene @ NTSB will share the stories of our staff and highlight the exceptional work that is being done to advance transportation. Each episode will feature an interview with NTSB staff. We’ll delve into their transportation career history, discuss interesting investigations or reports that they have worked on, and share how their expertise improves safety. New episodes will be available every other Thursday.
 
If you are in the Canadian Armed Forces or a family member connected to the military, the lifestyle can be a challenge. CFB Esquimalt's Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) explores deployments, postings, transitions and more through interviews with MFRC staff, experts in the community, military members and military-connected family members. There should be no concern about rank or trade, or finding the time to get through the doors at the MFRC. The goal is to meet you where you live and t ...
 
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If you're an Austin musician and you'd like to get the COVID-19 vaccine at one of the city's premier music venues, Austin Public Health and the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians have just the opportunity for you. Austin Public Health will administer a limited number of Moderna vaccines to local musicians on two dates in April at Emo's on East Ri…
 
Round Rock-based Dell Technologies said Wednesday that it is spinning off its ownership stake in VMware, a California-based cloud-software company. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of calendar 2021 and result in two standalone companies. Dell Technologies said the companies will continue to work together. Dell Technologies owns a…
 
Austin nonprofit organization Mobile Loaves & Fishes will break ground in summer 2022 on two new phases of its Community First Village that are expected to nearly quadruple the number of homes in this neighborhood designed to house people who have been chronically homeless. The next two phases will add 1,400 homes to the more than 500 homes in the …
 
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell on Tuesday said the county could have 70% of its population vaccinated from COVID-19 by Memorial Day. When the county reaches that vaccination rate, he said, it can close its vaccination hubs and people who need vaccines can go to pharmacies or their own doctors. According to data from the Texas Department of He…
 
Lake Travis school board candidate Kara Bell was cited last week for assault and released following a scuffle with a store employee after refusing to wear a mask at the Nordstrom Rack on Brodie Lane, according to Sunset Valley police. Police were called around 6 p.m. on April 7 by store employees when Bell shoved the store’s loss prevention officer…
 
A former Austin Energy employee admitted to stealing $43,000 in equipment, triggering a joint investigation by the city auditor's office and the Austin Police Department that the city auditor's office says uncovered a pattern of theft that went even deeper. Rodney Stockton, an inventory control specialist, left Austin Energy in April 2019 after adm…
 
Two nonprofits are helping tenants after a Williamson County judge on Tuesday ended a temporary restraining order that directed the management of the Townhomes at Double Creek in Round Rock to pay hotel bills for those evicted from their freeze-damaged units. Sandalwood Management sent residents of 44 units at the town homes on Louis Henna Boulevar…
 
The Texas House gave initial approval Wednesday to bipartisan bills that would expand telehealth after the coronavirus pandemic and create a prescription drug savings program for uninsured residents. Both measures are part of a sweeping health care package in the Legislature's lower chamber. House Bill 4 would expand virtual health care to Medicaid…
 
The Texas House on Wednesday gave initial approval to a bill to extend Medicaid coverage to eligible women for at least one year after giving birth or experiencing a miscarriage, a move advocates say could reduce the state’s maternal mortality rate. Currently, eligible low-income women in Texas lose Medicaid coverage 60 days after pregnancy. A simi…
 
Gaining stronger Democratic support than expected, the Texas Senate approved a Republican priority bill that would penalize cities and counties that cut spending on police. Sen. Joan Huffman, a Republican from Houston, said Tuesday evening that her bill was intended to promote public safety and show support for law enforcement amid calls to defund …
 
The wife of slain Austin jeweler Ted Shaughnessy conveyed her despair, grief and sense of betrayal Wednesday immediately after one of the hitmen who killed her husband — and who was hired by her son — pleaded guilty to murder and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. The plea deal for 24-year-old Johnny Leon III was negotiated on the heels of two ot…
 
The operator of Texas' power grid is facing fresh skepticism after the grid faced a near emergency Tuesday, just two months since February's deadly power outages. Even though it was a mild spring afternoon with highs in the 70s and 80s, power generation came close to falling short of demand Tuesday, leading the Electric Reliability Council of Texas…
 
Episode #46 of Both Sides features a recording of a live Coffee and Politics Conversation with Congressman Don Beyer that took place on April 6th, 2021. Both Sides' Cohost Allan Katz and Producer, Allison Koelzer talk with Rep. Beyer about higher education reform and the likelihood of Student Loan Forgiveness. This event was a part of Student Month…
 
Back in the before times, Austin's powerhouse rock 'n' soul duo, Black Pumas, sold out an unprecedented run of four shows at the Red River Cultural District venue, Stubb's BBQ. Now, hot off a performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards ceremony where they were up for three awards including record of the year and album of the year, the band is scheduled t…
 
The Austin Parks Foundation has announced a call for artists to design a mural under the Barton Springs Road bridge as part of the new Zilker train. Developments to revitalize the Zilker train are underway with the anticipated reopening in the fall. The tunnel under the bridge will receive an update, as will the track, depot, and various features. …
 
Fresenius Health Partners, a health care company that provides dialysis services to patients, is laying off 121 employees in Austin amid a cost-cutting effort that was announced by its Germany-based corporate parent six weeks ago. The Austin job cuts will be effective May 31, according to documents filed with the state. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
Democrat Joe Jaworski, a former Galveston mayor and the grandson of legendary Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jaworski, and George P. Bush, the Republican Texas land commissioner who also has a famous grandfather, are setting their sights in the 2022 election on Ken Paxton, the current Texas attorney general who's been under indictment for nearly…
 
The man who painted "The Starry Night" is on his way to Austin — in spirit, of course. This June, the Circuit of the Americas will host "Beyond Van Gogh [van-GOH]: An Immersive Experience" where folks can view Vincent van Gogh's famous works as part of a three-dimensional world. The exhibit opens June 18 and will run through Aug. 8. "Beyond Van Gog…
 
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday tossed out contempt of court judgment against Shelley Luther, the Dallas hair salon owner who rose to national prominence when she was jailed last year for refusing an order to close under pandemic safety rules. In a unanimous ruling, the court said the contempt finding was improper because it was based on a judge'…
 
A federal lawsuit filed in Austin accuses Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton of improperly blocking critics from following his official Twitter account. The lawsuit, filed Thursday by the ACLU of Texas on behalf of nine blocked Twitter users, argues that Paxton's pattern of blocking critics based on their viewpoint violates the users' rights to spea…
 
Texas State University's softball team tied a program record Tuesday with its 18th straight win, the same day the Bobcats found out they're ranked in the Top 25 for the first time since 2018. The 23rd-ranked Bobcats, who are 25 and 3, beat Number 25 Texas A&M 7-6 on second baseman Sara Vanderford's walk-off RBI double. The Bobcats' school record of…
 
Governor Greg Abbott placed several emergency response units and resources on standby Friday as dangerous weather conditions was expected across Texas over the weekend. The National Weather Service forecast called for severe storms with heavy winds and large hail in the eastern third of the state and extreme fire conditions in the western and south…
 
Bartholomew Pool, 1800 E 51st St., reopened on Sunday on a modified schedule. Repairs as a result of the severe winter freeze continue. The facility will have portable toilets on site as the restrooms are still without running water. With Bartholomew reopening, Springwoods Pool, at 13320 Lyndhurst St. in Northwest Austin, will return to its modifie…
 
Westlake-based Presence Wellness opened a new downtown Austin location on West Avenue this year to house the primary case portion of its practice. Founder and CEO John Howard said his center offers a combination of services including therapy and primary care with the goal of providing patients with comprehensive physical and mental health care. See…
 
Williamson County health officials on Friday reported no new coronavirus deaths. Total deaths since the start of the pandemic remains at 457. Health officials did report 60 new cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. The total number of cases in Williamson County since the start of the pandemic is up to 37,648. More than 102,000 p…
 
A Williamson County judge has granted a temporary restraining order that requires the management at the Townhomes at Double Creek housing complex in Round Rock to continue paying for hotels for four tenants evicted from their freeze-damaged units. The order set a hearing for April 14 to determine whether it should be made a temporary injunction pen…
 
We've lost several local businesses over the past year, but quite a few new spots have opened since March 2020. And as folks get their vaccine shots, they're likely to resume some of their pre-pandemic habits. In case you missed them, Austin 360 has prepared a curated roundup of notable new dining and entertainment destinations. They include restau…
 
Austin FC starts its inaugural season April 17 when the club travels to Los Angeles to take on Los Angeles FC at 5 p.m. with the match scheduled to air on Fox. Austin FC will play in the Western Conference, where Los Angeles FC are the MLS Cup favorites. Franchise clubs have made the playoffs in year one in the MLS recently and Austin FC wants to a…
 
Authorities have identified a man and an Austin police officer who were wounded after exchanging gunfire in Northeast Austin last week. Police on Tuesday said 22-year-old Gregorio Sarmiento and officer Jon Riordan, who has been with the department for two years, were wounded in the incident. The shooting was the fourth involving a police officer in…
 
Continuing his attack on President Joe Biden's immigration policies, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday that seeks to reinstate a Trump-era rule that restricts immigrants' ability to stay in the United States if they traveled through Mexico from another country. It was Paxton's third immigration-related lawsuit and th…
 
With the state still grappling with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas Senate approved legislation Tuesday to limit the governor's power during the next widespread disaster. Senate Bill 1025 would ban governors from issuing disaster orders that close businesses or impose limits on occupancy rates or hours of operation, reserving that power only for t…
 
Giving Texas a C on an infrastructure report card released Monday, the Biden administration says the state needs upgrades to its roads, bridges, drinking water and broadband internet systems as part of the White House's $2 trillion infrastructure and jobs plan. The administration released report cards on each of the 50 states as it hopes to rally s…
 
As a combat veteran, former police officer and now certified firearms instructor, Jorge DeLeon says Texas lawmakers are gambling with innocent lives if they remove the requirement that people who carry handguns in public be properly trained. DeLeon, who lost his right leg while serving in the Army in Afghanistan, was joined Tuesday outside the Capi…
 
In a statement supporting the inclusion of transgender athletes in sports, the NCAA Board of Governors warned state lawmakers Monday that actions to the contrary could result in the loss of championship games and events. All student-athletes are expected to be treated with dignity and respect, the board said. Texas is among 30 states weighing bills…
 
After going 50 days without natural gas, tenants of the Mount Carmel Village apartments in East Austin on Tuesday came to an agreement with its management that provides residents with compensation for relocation and protects their rights and belongings. Five residents, who represent the tenants council, and Dallas-based property owners Eureka signe…
 
The organization that runs Texas' power grid asked people to conserve energy Tuesday night as demand threatened to outstrip supply — a situation created by inaccurate power generation forecasts and power plants being voluntarily shut down for maintenance issues. Though ERCOT was on the verge of issuing an emergency declaration, officials said power…
 
Austin and Travis County's top health officials on Tuesday urged residents to sign up for a coronavirus vaccination after thousands of Austin Public Health appointments went unscheduled Monday. Dr. Mark Escott, interim Austin-Travis County health authority, and Austin Public Health Director Stephanie Hayden-Howard said that about 10,600 vaccine app…
 
State health officials Tuesday asked providers to stop administering the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, after a recommendation from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration to pause use of the vaccine "out of an abundance of caution" after reports of blood clots in six women. None of the blood…
 
Illini Inquirer's Jeremy Werner and Derek Piper break down what four-star 2021 guard Brandin Podziemski, the Wisconsin Mr. Basketball, brings to the Illini program. The guys also discuss how he fits into the Class of 2021 and how that class was constructed. Then the guys talk about what could be next for Illinois, including the potential of returns…
 
Austin-based insurance startup the Zebra has raised $150 million in one of the biggest funding rounds of the year. The company also said it now has a valuation of more than $1 billion, which would give it status as a "unicorn," which is an industry term for a startup valued at over $1 billion. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The Eanes school district added an early voting location at its Central Administration building for the May elections after the initial list of early voting sites identified by the county did not include a location in Westlake. Registered voters can cast their ballot in the first-floor board room of the building at 601 Camp Craft Road. The voting s…
 
Pflugerville Fire Chief Ron Moellenberg has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Texas Fire Chiefs Association Lone Star Achievement Award for his 43 years of advancing emergency medical and fire services in Travis County. Moellenberg was presented with the award at the association's annual conference in College Station on Tuesday. See omnyst…
 
Leander Mayor Troy Hill is running for his second term against City Council member Christine Sederquist. The 59-year-old Hill is a technology salesman. Sederquist, who is 39, creates digital marketing content and strategy for small businesses. She has served one term on the council. Both candidates said Leander faces issues with its infrastructure.…
 
The Round Rock City Council on Thursday night voted on ending the citywide face covering requirement. The council had voted to extend the city's emergency ordinance requiring face coverings through April 29 in businesses and other locations as part of the effort to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. However, the ordinance will now expire at mi…
 
Soon after Hays County Court-at-Law Judge Millie Thompson took office this year, she barred the two other judges she works with from her office via a criminal trespass warning. Now she is suing them. The lawsuit, filed last week, seeks to allow Thompson to dedicate a court coordinator position specifically to her office after another judge denied h…
 
Austin voters will decide on eight different propositions when they submit their ballots for the upcoming municipal elections. They include deciding whether the city should shift to a strong mayor government model, adjust municipal election rules and if it should reinstate a camping ban for those who are experiencing homelessness. Voters can submit…
 
Austin school district administrators are planning to distribute staffing next school year with a focus on student elective choices in middle and high schools and giving more resources to schools with students from low-income families. Some middle and high school teachers in the visual and performing arts, however, are concerned that their programs…
 
In late March last year, as the pandemic led to devastating layoffs across Texas, the state Public Utility Commission ordered electric utilities to suspend late fees and offer deferred payment plans to residential customers who lost their jobs and were in danger of disconnection. But no state money was dedicated to promoting the program to the gene…
 
Gov. Greg Abbott said Texas is "very close" to reaching herd immunity, an assessment that runs counter to recent comments by health experts and his own medical adviser. Speaking to Fox News on Sunday, Abbott said, “I don't know what herd immunity is but when you add it to the people who have acquired immunity, it looks like it could be very close t…
 
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