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Think is a daily, topic-driven interview and call-in program hosted by Krys Boyd covering a wide variety of topics ranging from history, politics, current events, science, technology and emerging trends to food and wine, travel, adventure, and entertainment.
 
The world is more mysterious than most people are comfortable imagining. We cross paths with the mystical from time to time and may not even notice it. If we do, we quickly return to our usually mundane daily existence. But what if we not only acknowledged the unknown, we investigated it and spoke with those in the know? That’s what co-hosts Scott & Forrest, and their producer Tess Pfeifle do at Astonishing Legends. With the power of the well-vetted Astonishing Research Corps, they have acce ...
 
This is where we come to escape. To be free. This is your place. My place. Our space to be smart as fuck, loud as fuck, sexy as fuck, and black as fuck. No judgements, No fears, No restrictions. Just two Black girls spreading their magic unapologetically. Welcome to Tha Haven
 
Mettle is this thing that we all have inside of us, it's capacity. This podcast brings guests from all over the world from all different backgrounds sharing ideas, stories, and their truth. My intention is that these episodes will provide you with a little more mettle and life to your day. Let's learn together.
 
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For the 2018 midterm elections, 55-percent of eligible Black women voters showed up at the polls. And politicians noticed. Andra Gillespie, Associate Professor of Political Science at Emory University, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about this key voting bloc—and why Black women voters are sometimes called the backbone of the Democratic party.…
 
Punya orang tua doyan ngomel itu memang ngeselin. Apalagi kalau keinginan mereka kadang berlebihan dan nggak sesuai keingian lo. Kadang anak dibilang ndableg atau keras kepala, tapi kalau dilihat-lihat bisa saja loh ternyata orang tua yang keras kepala. Kali ini Mr Frost mau bahas soal kenapa orang tua keras. Jangan lupa follow di twitter @Friendly…
 
Hantu paling menakutkan dalam hubungan itu adalah ghosting. Nah, kalau kita lagi ada gebetan dan dia mulai ghosting, itu bisa jadi dia sudah ga tertarik sama kamu. Kalau sudah begini, kadang kita masih maksa dan masih deketin padahal jelas-jelas ditolak. Di episode ini gua mau cerita soal situasi ini, gimana membaca situasi, dan latar belakang kena…
 
President Trump has focused on a charged campaign narrative that the suburbs are under siege—but who’s attacking? Kriston Capps, Staff writer at Bloomberg CityLab, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about Trump’s take on federal fair housing—his thoughts on who’s allowed to live where— and why he hopes some voters hear his call. His article is called “Sh…
 
The early days of the pandemic gave many of us a new appreciation for the convenience of grocery stores and the essential workers who keep them stocked. Benjamin Lorr joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his investigations into the highly-guarded inner-workings of how our food goes from field, to truck, to shelf. His new book is “The Secret Life of G…
 
Early voting numbers for this 2020 presidential election are already setting records—but that doesn’t mean voting has gotten any easier. Journalist Erin Geiger Smith joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the past, present, and future of voting and provides simple ways to encourage people to exercise their right. Her book is called “Thank You for Votin…
 
Humans are connected to both a 100-foot-long Blue Whale and a fly-sized frog by one thing: the bones under our skin. Roy Meals, clinical professor of orthopedic surgery at UCLA, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the science and wonder of our skeletal framework and explains why bones are invaluable—and have been so since the dawn of recorded time. …
 
After all these years, women still find themselves in a man’s world; now they want new tools to push back against patriarchy. Jennifer Palmieri is president of the Center for American Progress Action Fund and former White House Communications Director for President Barack Obama. She was also Director of Communications for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 pre…
 
Millions of voters are deciding right now: who is the man to lift the nation out of its moment of crisis? Frontline filmmaker Michael Kirk joins host Krys Boyd to talk about two investigative biographies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden focused on how each faced and overcame challenges in their own lives. His documentary streaming now on PBS is “The C…
 
Toket atau payudara itu hanya organ tubuh manusia biasa, tetapi kenapa jadi bahan bacol cowok-cowok. Kenapa toket bisa bikin orang jadi terangsang. Seks kan soal penis dan vagina, tetapi, tete tetep aja ikutan nimbrung. Nah, di episode kali ini Mr Frost mau ngobrol dikit soal nenen dan obsesi cowok terhadap gunung kembar itu. Follow juga di twitter…
 
As a nation, what are we rejecting when we fight to remove Confederate statues? And what do we amplify when we refuse to take them down? Connor Towne O’Neill, journalist, producer on the NPR podcast White Lies, teacher at Auburn University and with the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how the battle over m…
 
This week on Slash and Burn, we continue the spooky season with mad scientists! Join us as Kera, the fanfiction veteran, and Steve, the lovable noob, read and discuss fanfiction about mad scientists! We have fandoms such as Powerpuff Girls, Gotham, Supernatural, and more! Stories start at 23:52 As always, there is explicit content not meant for mos…
 
Dilema dalam memilih pekerjaan pertama itu macam-macam. Salah satu yang paling membingungkan adalah, milih yang gaji gede atau milih kesempatan dulu. Beggar can't be chooser. Kadang kita tidak punya daya jual untuk milih yang sesuai keinginan lalu ambil aja deh daripada nganggur. Tapi, tetep harus bijak jangan cuma asal kepepet terus sikat. Nah, de…
 
Visiting a spooky location can be scary because of the spirits and monsters which may await you there. However, one can avoid these horrors by merely not going to these places, right? But what if these frightening creatures came to visit YOU? What if they knew where you lived, your secrets, what terrified you the most, then used that knowledge and …
 
Today's episode is a morning musing on my recent move to the Central Coast of California and a few ideas that I have been reflecting on over the last month, i.e. "we all need to be carried sometimes". I share a thought from a new friend in passing that "there is a seat at the table for everyone." I recall a quote from a previous interview, "I love …
 
Fake news existed back in Abraham Lincoln’s day. The difference is: he was able to shut it down. Elizabeth Mitchell joins guest host John McCaa to discuss an incendiary, false story published in two newspapers during the Civil War and how it became a battle of the press vs. the president. Her book is “Lincoln’s Lie: A True Civil War Caper Through F…
 
Parents today do not expect to outlive their children – a modern phenomenon borne from years of deliberate science and public health efforts. Perri Klass, professor of journalism and pediatrics at New York University, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the hard-fought battle against infant and child mortality. Her new book is “A Good Time to Be Bor…
 
Raging wildfires, record-setting hurricanes – climate change has reached a new level of urgency. And that’s why one group of young activists is trying to hold Washington responsible. Environmental journalist Lee Van Der Voo joins host Krys Boyd to talk about the 21 young people who sued the federal government in a landmark case that sought to hold …
 
Humans have always searched for greater meaning in the universe … and sometimes that translates into a serious, lifelong pursuit of Bigfoot. Colin Dickey joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why irrational ideas hold so much sway over us. His new book is “The Unidentified: Mythical Monsters, Alien Encounters, and Our Obsession with the Unexplained.”…
 
Pengen punya temen yang bisa dieue tapi nggak seribet punya pacar, ya mungkin orang berpikiran kalau FWB atau friends with benefit adalah jalan ninjanya. Padahal, FWB itu ga segampang cari tahu isi di pasar. Hubungannya walau terlihat enak dan menyenangkan, juga ada batasan dan juga aturan main. Mau dengar celotehan yang 18+ , yuk simak episodenya …
 
The precursor to swiping right on dating sites is the personal ad, which first appeared in newspapers way back in 1759. Francesca Beauman, historian, journalist and host of “Fran’s Book Shop” on Instagram, talks to host Krys Boyd about the history of how we’ve put ourselves out there while searching for a mate. Her new book is “Matrimony, Inc. From…
 
Though never elected to any office, James Baker III spent decades shaping policy and politicians. Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for The New York Times, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about Baker’s close and competitive friendship with George H.W. Bush – and about his diplomatic work that reshaped the world in the last quarter of the 20…
 
Buat yang ada di generasi 90an tentu tahu sinetron Noktah Merah Perkawinan. Nah, di luar serial yang seru itu ternyata menyimpan banyak pesan terutama soal hubungan tidak sehat atau Toxic Relationship. Filmnya sendiri akan dibuat loh yang main Oka Antara dan Marsha Timothy. Yuk, simak episode ini dan jangan lupa follow di twitter @FriendlyFrost…
 
The biggest story heading into Election Day might just be the many thorny issues surrounding the actual process of voting. This hour, we’ll talk about mail-in ballots and the actual risk of voter fraud. We’ll hear from a former state redistricting chairman about how dividing up voting districts is much more complicated than you might think. And we’…
 
During the 2016 presidential campaign, FBI agents were tasked with looking into possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russia. Peter Strzok served as deputy director of the counterintelligence division and received the bureau’s highest investigative honor, the Director’s Award for Excellence. He joins host Krys Boyd to talk about his c…
 
Latria Graham is a Black woman who grew up near nature and still seeks refuge in it as an adult. She joins host Krys Boyd to talk about how our public parklands are still full of reminders of American racism – and about what she has to say to those who feel unsafe when they explore the backcountry. Her article in Outside Magazine is “Out There, Nob…
 
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