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After a chance Craigslist discovery of a paid internship, cash-strapped college-grad Samantha Newberg enters into a bizarre office space filled with absurd coworkers, blood-magic internet rituals, and a bewildering absence of rules! Can she keep it together and survive this corporate environment full of strange menial tasks and deadly secrets?!
 
A group of friends felt like conversations with friends, family, coworkers, and that chatty grocery store clerk were not very productive. These discussions are about meaningful and important topics that always seem to get emotional or confusing and don't seem to have a real point to them. We're looking to explore how new perspectives shape our thoughts and understand what it means to have a quality conversation with another human being.
 
Australian-Canadian DJ Matthew Belleghem brings to this podcast 30+ years of experience as a curator of engaging and eclectic electronic music. Having spent time as a club DJ, music producer, synthesizer salesperson, record shop clerk and dance music journalist, his tastes range from underground progressive house music through to ambient, new wave, nu disco, trip hop, trance, techno, downtempo and psychedelica. Mixed live in Melbourne, Music For Small Audiences is a guided exploration throug ...
 
Just a few of the folks that we’ve interviewed on Chicago’s Black Business RADIO Network: Reverend Wheeler Parker (Emmett Till’s Cousin), Tuskegee Airman (The Original), Actor and Producer Charles S. Dutton, Cook County Clerk Dorothy Brown, Mayoral Candidates William "Dock" Wall and Patricia Van Pelt-Watkins, Illinois Senator Donne Trotter, Ms. Chantay Bridges (Real Estate Agent to President Clinton), Turtel Onli (Father of da Black Age of Comics), and Ms. Khalilah Camacho Ali (Former wife o ...
 
The Lads at the 365Fortress Of Poditude bring you a fortnightly run down of the News and Reviews of anything Movie TV and Game related... You can expect to hear there Meaningless Top 5's, They Rate Review and occasionaly Re-cut some of your beloved movies. All of this from a Pissy Ex Video Store Clerk and a Scottish Whedon Whore, Your Vocal Heroes of Pissy Opinion.
 
SCOTUStalk is a nonpartisan podcast about the Supreme Court for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, brought to you by SCOTUSblog. SCOTUStalk is hosted by Amy Howe and produced by Katie Barlow, Katie Bart, Kal Golde and James Romoser. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Mike’s dream of studying and playing cricket at Cambridge are thwarted as his father runs into financial difficulties. Instead, Mike takes on the job of clerk at the “New Asiatic Bank.” Luckily, school friend Psmith, with his boundless optimism and original views, soon joins his department, and together they endeavour to make the best of their new life in London.
 
New York City-born Weber began his four-decade high fashion retailing career as a clerk at Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation, eventually becoming CEO and board member of the company which owns and oversees such iconic brands as Calvin Klein, Phillips Van Heusen and Izod. Weber joined the French luxury giant LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy) as CEO of LVMH inc, the U.S. subsidiary, and a member of the LVMH executive committee in Paris. He was also chairman and CEO of Donna Karan international, ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 13 recordings of Longings for Home by Walt Whitman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 26, 2012.Born on Long Island, Whitman worked as a journalist, a teacher, a government clerk, and – in addition to publishing his poetry – was a volunteer nurse during the American Civil War. Early in his career, he also produced a temperance novel, Franklin Evans (1842). Whitman's major work, Leaves of Grass, was first published in 1855 with his own money. The work ...
 
Walk into any grocery store and put a six-pack of beer at the cash register. Chances are, the clerk will ask to see your identification. Suffering from allergies as I am this spring? A trip to the pharmacy will require you to produce government-issued ID before purchasing certain allergy medication. Heading to Eric Holder's Department of Justice to meet with an official about anything? Your ID will be taken and reviewed to prove you are who you say you are. And yet, with increasing frequency ...
 
Upton Sinclair is best known for his novel The Jungle, an expose of the meatpacking industry. He was also a playwright whose works for the stage reflected the same progressive viewpoints found in his other writing. In The Machine, published as part of Sinclair's 1912 collection Plays of Protest, Socialist activists show a rich man's daughter the truth about the society in which she has been raised. (Summary by wildemoose)Cast:Julia Patterson, a magazine writer: Elizabeth KlettJack Bullen, a ...
 
(Written under the pseudonym, Arnold Fredericks.) Ruth Morton is a world-renowned film actress who seems to have it all: youth, beauty, wealth, and a viable career. But she soon becomes the target of a malicious stalker who begins sending her a series of cryptic threats. Dismissed at first, the stalker soon emerges as a legitimate -- and mysterious -- threat. She soon must call for the services of Richard and Grace Duvall, a husband and wife detective team who soon find themselves ensnared i ...
 
John Mallathorpe, a wealthy Yorkshire industrialist and land owner dies in an accident, apparently without making a will. His estate goes to his wife and two children and they live the good life for a number of years. However, an old bookseller, whilst clearing some old books passed on from the Mallathorpe estate, finds a copy of Mallathorpe's will inside one of the books, and unfortunately for the family the will bequeaths the whole estate minus a small endowment for the family, to the city ...
 
"SEX, DEATH, AND NOISY NEIGHBOURS" A killer has come to town. The victims are connected; each pointing to the next, as if in answer to the question: Who is The One? Is it Peter Reynolds: mild-mannered office clerk pouring petrol through his neighbour’s letterbox in the middle of the night? Is it Wayne Dolan: a man whose sexual fantasies about his neighbour spiral into dangerous obsession when he learns of her secret life as a dominatrix? Or is it Gaz: leader of three friends who love nothing ...
 
Never underestimate the influence you have on others. Confluence is everything the progressive woman needs. Entertainment, relatable information and enlightenment. This podcast was created to connect a community of women dedicated to making an impact by using their gifts, skills, and talents to serve others through encouragement, positive energy, and authentic advice. We’re lifting as we climb. Confluence; where confidence meets influence.
 
Sir Thomas More is a collaborative Elizabethan play by Anthony Munday and others depicting the life and death of Thomas More. It survives only in a single manuscript, now owned by the British Library. The manuscript is notable because three pages of it are considered to be in the hand of William Shakespeare and for the light it sheds on the collaborative nature of Elizabethan drama and the theatrical censorship of the era. The play dramatizes events in More's life, both real and legendary, i ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of "O Captain! My Captain!" This was the Weekly Poetry for the week of August 17, 2014."O Captain! My Captain!" is an elegy for Abraham Lincoln written by Walt Whitman, who worked as a clerk and army hospital nurse during the Civil War. The Captain of the poem is Lincoln, and the ship represents the United States, brought safely through the storm of war. In the poem, Whitman juxtaposes the people's joy at the end of the war with his grief at the as ...
 
Long time friends Daniel & Dean get together to breakdown every movie on the IMDB Top 250 list, giving their own light hearted thoughts, rankings and any general banter along the way. Along with any listener reviews and questions, the guys also battle it out with other podcasts in movie quizzes and movie drafts (That you the listener can vote on) in what we call 'Pod v Pod', as well as briefly discuss any other films they've watched recently. So come along and join the journey!
 
The first thing you create is always an event. You're finding your voice and putting yourself and everything you care about on display. This is a podcast about that leap of faith. Every week, Jack Read and his guests discuss a different filmmaker and their first feature — how it was made, how it fits into their life and career up to this point, and how it stands on its own. This is Ain't Dey Beauts.New episodes every Tuesday. Follow us on Twitter @beautspod and on Letterboxd @AintDeyBeauts.
 
The Three Clerks was Trollope’s sixth novel and was written mostly in railway carriages, since his work for the Post Office still entailed a good deal of travelling; to make life easier for himself, Trollope had devised what he called his ‘tablet’, a square block which he rested upon his knees in such a way that he could write in complete comfort. The story is drawn from his memories of his work (as a clerk) at the GPO in St Martin-le-Grand, and it is considered the most autobiographical of ...
 
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The smooth jazz soundtrack and automated aesthetic featured on The Weather Channel in the mid-90's has been finding its way into vaporwave and internet art for nearly a decade. It represents a kind of forgotten nostalgia for calmer times. In this episode we talk about how this music came to be, it's relationship to vaporwave, and its impact on our …
 
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and Thrasher discuss Clerks II. Desperate for work, Dante and Randall start to flip burgers for Mooby's and wonder what went wrong with their lives. Kevin Smith returns to his roots with Clerks II. Featuring a mixture of crude humor and soap opera confessions, Clerks II has Smith on surer footing than the reviled Jersey G…
 
"Duet" is perhaps the most thought-provoking episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. It is a chilling quest for justice in the aftermath of genocide, examining the nature of guilt and complicity. In this episode, we are talking about the Holocaust, and to avoid abstraction, we start by talking about the experiences of our own families. Duet has eeri…
 
This week, we're joined by PJ Desutter to discuss Kevin Smith, who made waves with his 1994 independent Sundance hit Clerks, and built a career on cusses and collaboration. We talk about what sort of opportunities are afforded to new filmmakers, the existential horror of the pre-Sundance cut of Clerks, and how Kevin Smith has evolved and stayed the…
 
Our 29th patron requested review, this one comes from 'J', and he has selected 'Clerks II'. THIS IS A PATREON PREVIEW. If you enjoy our show, please support the podcast by becoming a patron! For as little as a dollar a month, there's plenty of rewards and benefits we have lined up for you along the way, including a weekly patron only podcast where …
 
Halloween with O'Halloran! Join Brian and I as we discuss Fireball Run, visiting movie sets, Halloween, quarantine, stories from his career, starting up podcasts, OF COURSE Clerks, and much much more! Follow Brian and Brian's podcast Twitter and Instagram @BrianCOHalloran Twitter and Instagram @TheOHallorant Follow Sassy Stephie Twitter and Instagr…
 
She’s ready! Teneshia Hudspeth is the Democratic nominee for Harris County Clerk. A position she doesn’t take lightly. In this episode, I had an up close & personal conversation with her about her decision to run for office & the power of voting. Take a listen! It’s a lot of voting knowledge packed in this episode. #strolltothepolls #tagyoureit #vo…
 
A special live edition of The Moth, brought to you from the Victoria Theater in Dayton, Ohio. Conscious uncoupling, a livestock auction, new perspectives, and Darth Vader. This hour is hosted by Dame Wilburn with additional hosting by Jay Allison, producer of The Moth Radio Hour. Hosted by: Dame Wilburn, Jay Allison Storytellers: Sarah Sweet Rabido…
 
Count your blessing, big & small... all of them matter. In this episode, I sat down with Cass Dodson, speaker Extraordinaire to talk about finding gratitude in the season of Thanksgiving. We keep a Hallelu in our spirit. #Thankful #Blessed #ThanksgivingWeek #Thanksgiving #CharlieMarcol #Podsofcolor #cassdodson #everydayisthanksgiving #iamcharliemar…
 
Things to know upfront: 1) CW: This week, there is a brief but frank conversation about an onscreen sexual assault in the movie. 2) We always spoil the movie, but this week, we REALLY spoil the movie. This week, we're joined by Katie Logan to discuss Drew Goddard's 2012 debut feature, The Cabin in the Woods. We talk about expectations, formula, cha…
 
Our 32nd patron requested review, this one comes from David Powell, and he has selected 'Coherence'. THIS IS A PATREON PREVIEW. If you enjoy our show, please support the podcast by becoming a patron! For as little as a dollar a month, there's plenty of rewards and benefits we have lined up for you along the way, including a weekly patron only podca…
 
Alan and special guest host Jillian Barberie spoke with Dodgers blue baseball legend Ron Cey, getting up close and personal with “the Penguin”. Alan and Jillian got the six-time All-Star and World Series MVP’s reactions to the Dodger’s 2020 World Series win, the drama surrounding Justin Turner’s participation in the victory celebration, analysis of…
 
What is the Supreme Court’s “shadow docket”? John Elwood, head of Arnold & Porter’s appellate and Supreme Court Practice, sits down with SCOTUStalk host Amy Howe to explain the often opaque work that happens outside of the court’s regular roster of argued cases. For much more on the shadow docket and its increasing importance, check out SCOTUSblog’…
 
When Congress passed the CARES ACT in the spring, it provided relief checks of up to $1200 for millions of Americans, plus more for those with kids. It was by many accounts a big success. But millions of very low-income families, those who normally don’t file taxes, got nothing. In September, the IRS sent out letters urging people in this category …
 
At this point, it’s clear that President-elect Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, but the election results themselves still need to be certified in a number of states. And President Trump and his campaign have already gone out of their way to complicate a typically drama-free process. Last week, two Republican canvasser…
 
On the 6th episode of the As Friends Podcast, the crew breaks down the meaning of bucket lists, their value and areas where bucket lists are utilized in improper ways. Then later, we attend Jerry Springer High School and recant the people we hated the most in high school. THAT'S RIGHT! We spill the tea in this episode. Continue the conversation wit…
 
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi, Thrasher, and Alex Miller discuss The Crow: Wicked Prayer. A crow revives a murdered man to get revenge on the Satanists that killed him. Based on the tie-in novel by Norman Partridge, The Crow: Wicked Prayer to its credit tries to shake things up a bit. It takes about half its running time before killing off the main ch…
 
You may have forgotten about them, but "Magic Comic Shop" (no books!) and "Not a Date at the Mall" are really great little NP arcs exploring the relationship between Justin, Ellen, and Nanase, before the latter two properly hooked up. Viatrix and I are not really gonna talk about any of that. No, listen to us ramble about all of the minor silly jok…
 
Hendo's turn for a pick this week, and he has chosen the 33rd ranked film off the IMDb Top 250 list to breakdown, 'Harakiri'! We also talk about our Top 5 Films from Asian Cinema, as well as our usual assortment of segments! So come on in and join our journey! If you enjoy our show, please support the podcast by becoming a patron! For as little as …
 
This episode of Talkin' Sass has the legendary Jimmy Korderas. Jimmy was a referee with the WWE for over 20 years. He was apart of 14 Wrestlemanias, refereed many fo the TLC matches, drove around icons such as Hulk Hogan & Macho Man, an author (The Three Count), a host of Aftermath in Canada, and he has Reffin' Rant on his social media account. Jim…
 
Billie Eilish started releasing music when she was 14 years old. Her debut album came out last year, when she was 17. It debuted at Number 1 on Billboard, went triple platinum, and won five Grammys. Billie made that record with her brother and creative partner, producer Finneas O’Connell, in their parents’ house in Highland Park, Los Angeles. While…
 
A former police officer talks about shooting someone, and how it led him to study why and how often police killings happen. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney. Got a story to share? Email us any time at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org. And support our work at deathsexmoney.org/donate. And stay in touch with us! Sign up for our…
 
Director Steve McQueen is best known for his Best Picture-winning film, 12 Years a Slave, and his 2018 crime drama, Widows. But for his latest project, the British filmmaker decided to return home to direct not just one but five movies that make up the anthology series, Small Axe. Together, the films tell mostly true stories of Black British life f…
 
This week, we're joined by Kat to discuss Jane Campion and her inaugural feature from 1989, Sweetie. We talk about our mutual admiration for her masterpiece Holy Smoke!, good and bad accent work, the sourpuss co-screenwriter of Sweetie, and which directorial debut might be the longest - among other things. On Top Five this week, we discuss - courte…
 
Our 31st patron requested review, this one comes from Hayden Gerloff, and he has selected 'Trollhunter'. THIS IS A PATREON PREVIEW. If you enjoy our show, please support the podcast by becoming a patron! For as little as a dollar a month, there's plenty of rewards and benefits we have lined up for you along the way, including a weekly patron only p…
 
With the election now (seemingly) over, Alan Gurvey and special guest host, tv and radio personality, Jillian Barberie, turned their attention to the real important stuff...dating, relationships, and friendships in a socially distant world. Lawyer turned dating expert Candace Smith from Bravo's “The Millionaire Matchmaker” discussed the do's and do…
 
In our podcast, Mark explains his journey from car salesman and drone hobbyist to becoming a qualified and certified Drone pilot and launching Drone Safe Register with a network covering the entire UK. Sián asks if drones are fast becoming the 'go to' option for surveyors and contractors especially with maintenance now such a key driver in the indu…
 
On the 5th episode of the As Friends Podcast we deep dive into the rules of the crazy world of dating. We discuss each other's dating lives, successes, failures, issues with dating, ghosting, why you should/shouldn't date best friends and more! Continue the conversation with us on Twitter: @AsFriendsPod Business Inquiries: asfriendspodcast@gmail.co…
 
On the 4th episode of the As Friends Podcast, the crew digests what has happened in the past week with the U.S. Presidential election and how we experienced this process. Then we also look forward into a Biden future; what it means to have him as our president and where our expectations are for his presidency. Continue the conversation with us on T…
 
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and Thrasher discuss Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. A celebration of Kevin Smith's ahead of its time rabid online fanbase, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back takes its inspiration from The Muppet Movie. A road flick about the toking twosome driving from New Jersey to California to stop a Hollywood movie of Bluntman & Chronic…
 
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi, Thrasher, and Alex Miller discuss movies we're watching during quarantine. With movie theaters closed across the United States, your faithful hosts have been watching more streaming content than usual. They go from the normal to the bizarre and back again. Think of it as a super extended "Watcha Watchin'?" segment. Enjoy…
 
This week, two hilarious stories about the lengths we go to for our animal friends. This episode of The Moth Podcast is hosted by Michelle Jalowski, a producer and director at The Moth. Make sure to check out our website, themoth.org/extras, for photos of Luc and Busta and Majdy’s Swan Lake. Storytellers: Majdy Fares, Lucie Moses…
 
It's back to Dean to pick this week, and he has chosen the 127th ranked film off the IMDb Top 250 list to breakdown, Akira Kurosawa's 'Rashomon'! We also talk about our Top 5 Films with an unreliable narrator, as well as our usual assortment of segments! So come on in and join our journey! If you enjoy our show, please support the podcast by becomi…
 
Eugene Dillanadois our guest for this episode of CBBN Business Journals. Eugene is a Chicago native receiving accolades as a producer/playwright. His works include “Save The Last Dance for Me”, “The Fuzzy Wuzzy Man” and “Back In The Day”. He is the publisher of Black Pages International Business Directory. www.blackpagesinternational.com, and autho…
 
On this episode of Talkin' Sass I have the pleasure to interview IzzyMania. You might recognize her from being a Bayley super fan. She had her bow ripped off of her head by Sasha Banks during her match with Bayley at Takeover:Respect in 2015 making Izzy cry. That moment has catapulted Izzy into training (kick boxing and wrestling), her first match,…
 
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