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Health care podcast exploring different types of treatments to help people function better. With a strong emphasis on structural integrity and proper exercises, people can perform better as well as feel better. Increasing mobility through better biomechanics. Core Health Darien offers chiropractic care, physical therapy, exercise instructions, and massage to get you back on track as fast as possible. Listen and Learn. Core Health Darien551 Post RoadDarien CT 06820203-656-3636https://www.dari ...
 
Darien Gold, producer, writer and host of the podcast, ALL THINGS PILATES brings her style and interviewing skills she developed as a radio show host. Her intention is to reach a larger audience and give greater exposure to guests who knew or worked with Joseph Pilates. In addition, First, Second and Third Generation instructors are also featured who are passionate about the Pilates philosophy, tradition and principles. Listeners can also hear those in complementary health fields such as Gyr ...
 
Gaming Buzz is a podcast about the medium of video games. The hosts Jacob, Darien and Christian bring to the table discussions about video gaming news, video game collecting, video game culture and video game genres. Debates and reviews are also commonplace on the show.
 
In this weekly podcast, host Maggie Green celebrates cookbook readers, writers, collectors, and clubs, with interviews and conversations about cookbook writing and the role of cookbooks in our lives. Maggie's mission is to build and celebrate a community of people who would rather write, read, and buy a cookbook over any other genre of book.
 
Even a pandemic can't stop drag stars Monet X Change and Bunny from spreading their own infectious brand of humor. These New Yorkers are tucked and loaded to dissect the latest scandals, drag happenings and a few issues to boot. The pair don't always agree, which make for more interesting discussions, as do their weekly guests and listener call-ins.
 
All Things Crime is a new, comprehensive podcast series that will explore every aspect of crime and the ensuing investigation, one interview at a time. The host, Jared Bradley, discusses securing the crime scene, scouring the scene for evidence, putting together the crime, DNA evidence, homicide, rape, assault, murder, serial killings, lab technologies, fingerprint powder and other crime scene mainstays, defense and prosecution and even some wrongful convictions. Jared is also the President ...
 
As a teacher and writer of self-healing work, I’ve learned that hearing other people’s stories helps us release, heal, and grow. The Sugar Jar Podcast episodes will include conversations and stories from people all around the world sharing their healing journey. I’ll also have episodes where I share what I’m learning (or unlearning) around my self-healing journey.
 
The Motherbird Podcast is a podcast for parents that's not about how to raise your kids! We dig into all the rest of the things parents have to learn when you find yourself navigating life in the city of Los Angeles and beyond - with kids. Each season we will help parents discover local resources, master new "adulting skills", and find inspiration and clarity through interviews with the people who can help us keep it together til bedtime. Season 1 features interviews with experts, founders, ...
 
The Cornell Real Estate Review is a student-run publication associated with the Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University. This podcast is focused on providing listeners with insight into the real estate industry by way of informative interviews and discussions with industry leaders. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of real estate, The Review covers a broad range of topics including design, business economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing, and p ...
 
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It's been over five months since ALL THINGS PILATES has aired a new episode and I wanted to share with you the reason why. So in today’s episode, I’m turning the mic on myself and for the first time speaking out about my life changing experience. It won’t be the entire story, but enough for you to understand my absence. For those of you who don’t k…
 
This audio is uncut, so apologize for that, but I had to get this out. It’s honestly difficult to process what I’ve experienced over the last 4 days. I’m in Panama, which is the center of the hourglass and focal point for migration heading toward the United States. It’s also one of the most intense areas of tragedy and human suffering on earth, and…
 
What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. Signs and symptoms typically begin gradually, worsen over time and then resolve, usually within one to three years. Here is the progression of frozen shoulder symptoms. It begins with any movement o…
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I feature an interview with Darien Gee. Darien is the founder and recipe curator for Friendship Bread Kitchen, a website dedicated to Amish Friendship Bread recipes and what you can make with one cup of starter. Darien has five novels published by Penguin Random House, including her no…
 
Zeek Arkham isn't your normal cop. Especially at NYPD where the New York City Mayor and other politicians work hard to bully and suppress opinions that don't align with their own. But Zeek is tired of that environment and recently reached a point where he had to speak out. So he became active on social media, especially Twitter (@zeekarkham), where…
 
Today on the podcast I’m excited to have an interview with Alexandra Stafford. Alexandra lives in upstate New York with her husband and four children. Alexandra's food journey began in 2003 when she graduated from Yale and moved to Philadelphia, where she attended cooking school and worked in professional kitchens. After spending two years at Fork,…
 
In the context of the on-going #paronacional protests in Colombia, it's time for the Colombia Calling podcast to take a look at another angle of what is going on in the streets, on the walls and all over the underpasses in the country. In short, during the unrest, which began on 28 April 2021, urban art, protest art and graffiti have proliferated t…
 
What does it take to be an effective and thorough crime scene investigator (CSI)? There are LOTS of great CSIs out there, and many with an amazing amount of experience, but we can't think of anyone who can answer that question better than Francine Bardole. Francine didn't start her career as a CSI. In fact far from it! She was originally a women's …
 
Southern Gospel News Podcast http://southerngospelnewspodcast.com/ Episode 138 SGNP is just our fancy little acronym for Southern Gospel News Podcast. On SGNP you can listen to our host, Darien Southerland, interview some of the industry's top leading influencers, like Jason Crabb, Mac Powell, Jeff Whisnant, and so many more! As SGNP begins Season …
 
What does it take to be an effective and thorough crime scene investigator (CSI)? There are LOTS of great CSIs out there, and many with an amazing amount of experience, but we can't think of anyone who can answer that question better than Francine Bardole. Francine didn't start her career as a CSI. In fact far from it! She was originally a women's …
 
Over the next few episodes I want to talk about the Top 3 Mistakes I Made before I got my cookbooks published. Today we’re talking about the first mistake: I thought writing cookbooks and getting published was for them and not for me. Listen in as I discuss this mistake and what I needed to believe instead. Things We Mention In This Episode: Learn …
 
With the #ParoNacional still on-going in Colombia, we take on the subject of human rights and human rights law in the context of the situation here. For some background on our expert guests, read on: Maria Clara Galvis is a lawyer from the Externado University of Colombia. Professor Galvis has graduate studies in Compared Constitutional Law from th…
 
PACE Award recipient of Business Leader of the Year, Norris Ayvazian, shares his story on the latest Greater Pensacola Chamber Toddcast. Norris is the General Manager of the Pensacola office for Peaden Air Conditioning, Electrical, and Plumbing. Norris shares the passion for excellence and customer service that led to his PACE Award. The Toddcast i…
 
What does it take to be an effective and thorough crime scene investigator (CSI)? There are LOTS of great CSIs out there, and many with an amazing amount of experience, but we can't think of anyone who can answer that question better than Francine Bardole. Francine didn't start her career as a CSI. In fact far from it! She was originally a women's …
 
Today on the podcast I’m excited to welcome Tamara Melton. Tamara is an award-winning nutrition professional who has a passion for using the power of storytelling to advance women-led brands. Tamara is best known in the profession as the co-founder and Executive Director of Diversify Dietetics, a nonprofit organization with a mission to increase th…
 
On this week's Colombia Calling podcast, we continue on our series relating to the on-going unrest surrounding the #ParoNacional protests in Colombia. With more than a month of daily nationwide demonstrations, Adriaan Alsema of Colombia Reports follows Elizabeth Dickinson (Crisis Group), Andres Bermudez (JusticeInfo.net) and Sergio Guzman (Colombia…
 
This week on Ebony and Irony Bunny and Monét welcome Maebe A. Girl discuss becoming the first drag queen ever elected to public office in the United States, the connection between drag and politics, and her work with the unhoused community. For more information about Maebe A. Girl go to maebeagirlforcongress.org Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. I'm a Midwest-based food and travel writer who collects cookbooks. I've written for Eating Well, The New York Times, The Spruce Eats, Travel+Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, and more. Katy’s collection has strong regional ties (Midwest is best!), but is mostly composed of Junior League cookbooks from around t…
 
It's an absolute pleasure to welcome Elizabeth Dickinson, Snr Analyst for Colombia at Crisis Group, back on the Colombia Calling podcast to explore more profoundly the unrest and the #paronacional in Colombia. We recorded this episode as Colombia hit an unenviable benchmark of 24 days of protests which began on April 28. What is going on, why and w…
 
The US's second attempt at setting up a central bank ended with Pres. Andrew Jackson's veto of the renewal of its charter. In this episode we look at the events leading up to Jackson's decision and at the fallout from it, including a depression on the scale of the Great Depression of the 1930s, several states defaulting and changes to their constit…
 
Would you recognize a counterfeit Armani bag if you saw one? What about a counterfeit pharmaceutical? David Chametzki can and he shares some of his insights from his years of training law enforcement officers around the US and its territories on how to prevent such counterfeit merchandise and drugs to get into our country. David is also a speaker a…
 
As the the nationwide paro nacional protests continue in Colombia, it's worth taking a moment to explore an incredibly important piece of news which has been buried by their blanket coverage in the press. This week, on Episode 376 we speak to journalist and investigator Andres Bermudez (www.justiceinfo.net) about the recent admission by the FARC gu…
 
What’s the best mattress for relieving lower back pain? 1 in 3 people in the U.S. don't get enough sleep. Not having at least seven hours of sleep a night can be detrimental to a person's health and make it difficult for them to function during work and daily activities. A chronic lack of sleep also puts people at an elevated risk of developing ser…
 
In today's now-now world the delicate balance between the public's right to know and the sensitive and often rapidly evolving details of an investigation are always at odds. Ensuring that balance doesn't fall over the cliff towards one side or the other is the job of the law enforcement agency's PIO or Public Affairs Officer. When the organization …
 
Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today on the podcast I feature an interview with Lindsay Taylor. Lindsay Taylor is a cookbook author, doula, researcher + nutrition coach who is on a mission to give women clear and complete prenatal nutrition information that is less "don't eat this or else!" and more "here's what you can eat to build a h…
 
These are troubling times in Colombia. This episode was recorded on Sunday 9 May during the 12th day of nationwide protests in Colombia. Sergio Guzman, Director of Colombia Risk Analysis joins us to provide a total overview of what has been going on here. Guzman is recently returned from Cali where a great deal of the unrest has been taking place. …
 
Following the Panic of 1819 and the subsequent recession, the US's second attempt at a central bank got on with the job of holding the Treasury's money, controlling the currency and regulating the nation's banks. It had some success, though it was widely blamed for causing the Panic and the pain that ensued. Then, in 1824, thanks to what he called …
 
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