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Join Jasmine Charlley as she sparks up the uncomfortable conversations people tend to either overlook or avoid while helping listeners get in alignment with their life's purpose. This is a podcast dedicated to self-love and spiritual growth! Helping you maximize your potential and truly having you living your best life that God has promised you! New Episodes every Sunday and Wednesday!
 
Follow the Data is a show for Amazon Sellers about the sometimes mysterious and ever-changing Amazon marketplace. Cameron Yoder, Amazon Expert, leverages Viral Launch data, accumulated from tens of thousands of product launches and thousands of brands, to help you understand the best practices for success as an Amazon seller.
 
WTJU is the University of Virginia's community radio station, bringing people together through excellent music and conversation. Our podcast network, Virginia Audio Collective, nurtures a creative community through audio storytelling. Donations here benefit WTJU and its Virginia Audio Collective.
 
A bi-weekly show where The Festival Lawyer (AKA Cameron Bowman) and DJ Lazer Beahm (AKA Jason Beahm) discuss legal topics and trends surrounding the festival and nightlife communities. "What do I do if a police officer wants to search my bag?" "When do the police need a search warrant to search my car?" "If my friend is having a bad trip and I take her to the medical tent, will I get arrested?" Answers to these questions, and much more, will be revealed on the 'Ask The Festival Lawyer' Podcast.
 
Host Coach Reilly Kilbride brings his boundless energy and deep expertise to challenge listeners to better themselves both inside and outside the box. Co-host Michael Gray provides a scaled CrossFit newbie perspective, offering insight on how beginners can modify their workouts to give them the best results wherever they are on their fitness journey. Hands-down our favorite part of the podcast is telling the stories of the men and women who show up and grind through the WOD each day. Some wo ...
 
listening sessions for the third ear ~ cut-up collage edits & free-format mixtape compilations eclectic selective assemblage ~ ranging from difficult to easy listeningvarious genres ~ various artists instrumentals . songs . spoken_word oddly modified - modly oddifiedmerging into medleys of metapsyphonicaCustomer Review: "Constantly Unfolding" "AgentA mixes together a wide assortment of music, clips of commercials and television audio into a smooth moving assemblage that both challenges and g ...
 
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Freshwater Saltwater Weave is a series of glass works by contemporary urban-based Arrernte artist Jenni Kemarre Martiniello. Her works in hot blown glass, coldworked glass and canes are inspired by the aesthetics of Aboriginal woven forms. The works in this exhibition span the last five years and are inspired by dilly bags, eel traps, fish traps, f…
 
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with host Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is currently available every other week. On this week’s episode, Bozich is joined by Chronic Hoosier to preview the 2020-21 season and discuss a variety of topics. Among them: • The recent piece in The Athletic featuring Chronic • How Twitter has chang…
 
It was a Sunday morning in late October. Families were walking to church services. University students were slowly rousing from their beds. One early-rising scholar ambled across the UVA Lawn and saw something peculiar. A wisp of smoke rose from the roof of the Rotunda Annex. Suddenly, flames shot from the roof.Subscribe to this podcast in Spotify …
 
In this episode of Follow The Data, Mina Elias talks through the mindset and specific strategy he used to develop and expand his own supplement brand on Amazon. Supplements are notorious for being one of the most competitive product markets as an Amazon Seller. Mina's continuous expansion is a testament to his success. His mindset and strategy are …
 
In the past several years, a suite of players have emerged from Los Angeles, many of whom grew up together, loosely connected by the name West Coast Get Down. The most visible player in this scene is Kamasi Washington from a jazz perspective, but Stephen “Thundercat” Bruner and Miles Mosely have made significant records in a pop and R’n’B vein. Com…
 
Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to the Supreme Court on the eve of a presidential election has raised questions about Congress’s duty to check the power of the judiciary. Risa Goluboff, dean of the UVA Law School, offers Will and Siva some judicial — and judicious — history, and weighs the future. What will Justice Barrett do to the Supreme Court? …
 
On this episode of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast, the crew is excited to bring to you an interview with Seth Breedlove. Seth Breedlove is an Ohio filmmaker. He has written, edited, produced and directed films on a variety of topics but is best known for his production company and the films they've produced under the Small Town Monsters banner. #Ohiofi…
 
After two long months of socially distanced and Zoom-based negotiations, the Virginia General Assembly has finally finished its 2020 Special Session -- called to deal with police reform and Covid-related changes to the state budget.This week, we're joined by state Delegate Sally Hudson. She walks us through some coming changes to criminal justice, …
 
Do you need a little tranquility and peace in your life? Join Matthew McLendon as he looks at a beautiful bronze in The Fralin Museum of Art’s collection depicting Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha. Though only 11 inches tall, this work from Ming Dynasty China is exquisitely detailed with a psychological force well beyond its size. Chinese ArtistSh…
 
After the Civil War, southern states were required to re-write their state constitutions before being admitted back to the union. Virginia counties held elections for representatives to send to the state constitutional convention. It was the first election in which African-American men in Virginia could vote, and Albemarle County voters chose an Af…
 
Travis Zigler & Cameron Yoder talk through in-depth PPC & advertising strategy in the upcoming Q4 season on Amazon. If you sell ANYTHING on Amazon, and are involved in ecommerce this season, you'll want to give this episode a listen. If you have any questions for Travis & Cam, hit us up on Facebook or YouTube! Head to the links below to connect wit…
 
Kate Manne argues that contempt for women is not a bug but a feature of Donald Trump’s politics. She says this helps explain why “masculine” issues — like the military, gun rights, law enforcement and border security — have drowned out health care, education, climate change and food protection. Manne, a philosopher at Cornell, also tells Will and S…
 
Duke Ellington envisioned long-form jazz compositions before the technology was created to support them. Initially limited to around six minutes on two sides of a 78 RPM disc, the advent of the 12’ Long-Playing record liberated Ellington and other jazz composers to conceive and record extended compositions. Several contemporary composers are contin…
 
Disclaimer: this episode of the podcast contains adult language and discussion and is not appropriate for children. On this episode of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast, the crew is excited to bring to you an interview with Stacy Brown Jr. Stacy Brown Jr. is a director and actor, known for The Pit, The Skunk Ape Lives (2020) and Phantom Flyer (2018). He c…
 
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is currently available every other week. On this week’s episode, Bozich is joined by Dylan Wallace of SI Indiana and Tyler Tachman of Inside the Hall to recap IU's media day. Among the topics discussed: • Takeaway…
 
On this week's episode, we're joined by Laura Lillian Baggett and Kimmy Fiorentino, who will alternately star in A Hundred Words for Snow, opening tomorrow! Join us as we explore the process behind the play, their respective relationships to the character of Rory, and how each of these young actors approached this one-woman show!…
 
Fascism. We know what that looked like in 20th-century Germany and Italy: dictatorship, genocide, war. But can a creeping enthusiasm for authoritarianism in the 21st century — in democracies like India, Hungary and even the United States — be called “fascist”? Yale philosopher Jason Stanley thinks so. Not only that, he tells Siva and Will, but demo…
 
We're breaking the 'norms' of seller discussion in this episode, diving into what makes Amazon Sellers & entrepreneurs tick, how to develop a burning passion for life and eCommerce, and how still how sellers can best prepare for Q4 2020. Isaac Kuhlman is an incredibly-successful Amazon seller, coach, entrepreneur, and just an incredible human being…
 
Since the 1950s, there have consistently been players who found in Hard Bop a comfortable place to return to even as the focus of the music ebbed and flowed. Perhaps this is because so many heroes of modern jazz created the music that defined the term - players like Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, Clifford Brown, Horace …
 
It looked like a regular custard dish. Just a nice dessert to give to a friend. But it contained a compartment for secret messages -- a very nice feature for someone smuggling secret information from the heart of the Confederacy into the hands of Union military leaders. That dish belonged to Elizabeth Van Lew, born to a prominent family in Richmond…
 
Disclaimer: this episode of the podcast contains adult language and discussion and is not appropriate for children. On this episode of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast, the crew is excited to bring to you an interview with Stacy Brown Jr. Stacy Brown Jr. is a director and actor, known for The Pit, The Skunk Ape Lives (2020) and Phantom Flyer (2018). He c…
 
David Zeleski & Cameron Yoder talk through what's ahead for the rest of Q4 as an Amazon Seller and how to prepare to make the most of the next couple months! Connect with David to learn more about how to sell on Amazon and to elevate your Amazon game (For real, this guy's an Amazon rockstar): EcomHub: www.ecomhub.com Email: David@ecomhub.com…
 
With gun sales up, violence in the streets, and an overwhelming majority of the nation thinking that we're heading down the wrong track, it's no secret that America is in a troubled place right now.That isn't helped by the actions of President Trump, who, in the last few weeks, has suggested that he wouldn't accept the results of the upcoming elect…
 
Follow The Data is BACK! This is the introductory episode to kick things off, but expect Amazon seller strategy to start THIS WEEK. We'll be diving deep into Amazon Covid-Q4 seller strategy, talking through how we can best prepare for the road ahead in this crazy time to be in eCommerce. This is just the beginning. PS, We're distributing our Amazon…
 
In less than a week, Donald Trump told Americans not to let coronavirus “dominate” them, spread falsehoods about the flu, and told a violent hate group to “stand back and stand by.” These are just the sort of statements that make him a demagogue, says Texas A&M rhetorician Jennifer Mercieca. This time, Mercieca helps Will and Siva make sense of the…
 
Ladies and Gentlemen, DISCLAIMER: this episode is not for the ears of children and may contain some foul language and adult subject matter, the Skeptic of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast crew, aka, #TheOzarkHowler , shares a story for all of our fans. Just a little midweek humor to brighten your day. We like to call this segment “The Midweek Howl”. Enjo…
 
Hey Babble Fam!In this episode, I had the pleasure of babbling with Nathan Oyakan, Owner of BadMan & Badgirl Company. Honestly, this episode is a whole testimony and you'll see why later on the show. God had put Nathan on my heart to intercede & pray for, for MONTHS. Mind you, I had no clue who he was, only to eventually be brought together in this…
 
On this episode of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast, the crew is excited to bring to you an interview with Shannon LeGro – the host of “iNTO THE FRAY”. Where she connects with people who have witnessed cryptids, UFOs, and paranormal phenomenon. Shannon LeGro has a passion for Sasquatch investigations and fact finding as well as she shares with us a perso…
 
Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is currently available every other week. On this week’s episode, Bozich is joined by Scott Caulfield of CrimsonCast to discuss the direction of the IU program, Archie Miller's job performance thus far and much mor…
 
Perhaps the most famous and well-traveled painting in the museum’s collection, The Natural Bridge by Frederic Edwin Church, is for any Virginian an immediately recognizable scene. Church painted this picture in 1852 based on sketches he made on a trip to Natural Bridge the previous summer with friends Cyrus and Mary Field. Church took precise notes…
 
When Phil Howard lived in Budapest, he watched as Hungary’s fledgling democracy was polluted with polarizing stories spread online. It’s a phenomenon now threatening political discourse everywhere, and recent tweaks meant to improve social media policies and algorithms, he says, amount to “a drop in the bucket.” But find out why Howard, a professor…
 
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