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A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
In 2016, Donald Trump conspired with a foreign government to become President of the United States. On July 25, 2019, with the 2020 election around the corner, he decided to do it again. The first time around, it was collusion, aiding and abetting Russia’s attack on American democracy. The second time, it was extortion, demanding the Ukrainian government manufacture dirt on Trump’s political opponents in exchange for help the country needs to fend off a Russian invasion and chart a democrati ...
 
Add Passion and Stir: Big Chefs, Big Ideas is the weekly Share Our Strength podcast about people who are changing the world. Each week, Billy Shore, the founder and chairman of Share Our Strength, has a conversation with a guest from the culinary world and an industry thought leader creating a thought-provoking discussion. As much as food has become a source of pleasure and celebration, it’s amazing how food is central to our health, environment, educational achievement, sustainability, and ...
 
Noted astronomer Andrew Farknoi answers questions about the August 21 solar eclipse. Where can you see it? What's the safest way to watch it? What is going on during a solar eclipse? Why are they so rare? Why the kind of total eclipse we see on earth is a billion to one shot and rare among planets in the universe? Why some day the eclipse won't be total. Why does the eclipse path seem to move the opposite direction of the sun? What will happen and what won't happen. Where to get the special ...
 
"District Queen" is a sexy crime drama series about Margo, a young flight attendant, who has grown tired of her mundane life but soon finds adventure in an exciting mysterious man. District Queen was created/executive produced by Akiya McKnight and written/direct by Zell Gaymon. Starring @MikiaJeter @PhoenixWashington @KhalimahG @ToyaMNelson Follow @districtqueenpod for all updates. #DistrictQueen
 
The Get Legit Law & Shit podcast is a fresh take on law and business. Talking shit on the legal news you want to know about and how it relates to you and your business. Of course, it wouldn’t be an Emily D. Baker product if there weren’t some stories from her 10 plus years as a Deputy District Attorney and from the trenches helping clients navigate the wild world of online business. So if you are curious about what is going on and want to have a laugh you are in the right place! If you want ...
 
Join the host, Duane Mancini as he sits down with leading experts in the medical device industry as they share success stories, advice, pitfalls, trends and more for innovators in the MedTech industry. This podcast will also include feature episodes which will focus on disruptive new technology.
 
Welcome to Cottage In The Court where I will keep you informed about garden conversations, events, tips and product reviews from books to tools. l even suggest gardens to see, garden adventures to have and spotlight some fabulous horticultural folks you will want to know about. Settle in, pour a cup of tea and transplant yourself into my world. Thanks for listening to Cottage In The Court!
 
Go behind the scenes of a PreK - 8th grade charter school in Santa Fe, New Mexico making decisions around whether to open school for in-person learning and how to do so amid a global pandemic. Set at Turquoise Trail Charter School, the state's oldest and fourth largest charter school, you'll meet teachers and administrators who are grappling with how to walk the fine line between public health and public policy during an historic moment in time. As a charter school, Turquoise Trail is able t ...
 
Frederick Douglass published his highly acclaimed third autobiography, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, in 1881 and revised it in 1892. The emancipation of American slaves during and following the American Civil War enabled him to relate in this volume more details of his life as a slave and his escape from slavery than he could in his two previous autobiographies, which would have put him and his family in danger. It is the only Douglass autobiography to discuss his life during and aft ...
 
Join hosts Lon Seidman & Tim Street for a weekly look at the monetization of YouTube, web series, transmedia, eBooks, podcasts, independent film and digital content across interactive platforms and connected devices with special guest interviews from Emmy Award winning writers, producers, directors and independent content creators from Hollywood and around the world.
 
St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air host Sarah Fenske brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
 
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SOLVING THE CHALLENGE OF HIRING VIRTUAL TEACHERS I have a feeling it's here to stay. Yes, Virtual Education is just beginning and to help districts discover what they need to know in hiring teachers who know how to teach virtually, we have Dr Michael Robinson of Proximity Learning JOIN THE K12 EQUITY CONSORTIUM , FREE TO EDUCATORS, AT WWW.ACE-ED.OR…
 
EQUITY & SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR GIFTED MINORITY & UNDER-REPRESENTED STUDENTS : An NAGC show with a vision to champion under-represented groups for Gifted learning .NAGC Board member Tarek Grantham, from the Dept of Ed Pych at the University of GA and NAGC past-President Sally Krisel from Hall County Schools in Gainesville,GA are our guests JOIN THE PRE…
 
RESPONDING WITH EMPATHY AND COMPASSION TO STUDENT DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR : Mr. Chris Seeley is the Program Director for School and Justice Initiatives at The American Psychiatric Association Foundation which is working daily with schools nationwide with a series of programs to help understand SEL needs especially during these Pandemic Times . JOIN THE…
 
October Surprise Finale... We welcome back Baltimore 3rd District Councilman Ryan Dorsey to the show. We discuss about the Northwood Shopping plaza and Elementary School. We talk about the 3rd District, SOHA Union and Baltimore City Councilman Dorsey tells me about his favorite vinyl records. We also discuss legislation that he is working on in Bal…
 
Picture a walk in the woods at this time of the year. Noticing the leaves that have fallen from the trees above. In the quiet of the morning, I consider the sound of the leaves gracing the grounds a song to greet the day. Like colorful chimes releasing kisses to make the walk quite the pleasure. I have to catch myself as I lift my head to receive e…
 
St. Louis native Mike Leahy is the portrayer of Clownvis Presley — a character who combines musical parody and comedy. His live cast "Clownvis To The Rescue" show started after his gigs were cancelled due to the pandemic. It now draws a dedicated crowd every Friday and Saturday night at Yaquis on Cherokee Street.…
 
TRAUMA INFORMED APPROACHES TO STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH DURING COVID 19 Listen to renowned expert Dr Isaiah Pickens with his remote learning tips on managing student stress, your own stress and creating even more inclusive classrooms in this tough environment. He has developed a new program for educators which we will discuss in detail for Presence Lea…
 
In this special SOTN episode, Rev. Jim Wallis joins Peter Eisner and Jonathan Winer, hosts of District Productive's Unconventional Threat, to discuss Lawyers and Collars, an initiative that seeks to ensure that everyone--including our most vulnerable citizens--is able to safely and effectively exercise their right to vote. "Faith leaders have to pu…
 
Remember Mike Lizotte?? Mike the Seedman joins us for a few tips on fall panting, why we need to order now, and a few tips on having a beautiful meadow in 2021. Let's not just think about bulbs...but considering a future meadow as well! Check out American Meadows by clicking here I ask that you continue to follow me... Https://www.cottageinthecourt…
 
LOOKING AT THE LEARNING JOURNEY OF STUDENTS We welcome the President of the Learning Division at ACT Jonell Sanchez where they recently launched a new program called MOSAIC to look at and assess the learning journey of any individual JOIN THE PREK-12 EQUITY CONSORTIUM, FREE TO EDUCATORS AT WWW.ACE-ED.ORG…
 
RACE AND EQUITY IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LEADERSHIP Our guest is the current president of The National Association of Elementary School Principals NAESP, Ms Kimbrelle Barbosa Lewis who also serves as Chair of their National Task Force on Race and Equity. FYI, you can listen to Kimbrelle on the Comcast newscast too :https://comcastnewsmakers.com/Videos/…
 
How do we overcome our country’s systemic racism? Bakers Against Racism co-founder and Washington DC executive pastry chef Paola Velez (Maydān, Compass Rose) joins Billy Shore and Share Our Strength Chief Communications and Marketing Officer Pamela Taylor to talk about finding the courage to speak out against racism and other forms of injustice. “W…
 
There has been a lot of coverage of President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and the Confirmation Process. Some believe it’s rushed, some were outraged at the questions she was asked, others outraged at the questions she didn’t answer. The hearing days were long and a moment with a blank notepad made its mark on meme culture. This …
 
In this episode, launched on the first day back for Kindergarten in a hybrid model, which coincides with a midday press conference from Governor Lujan Grisham where the announcement to shut all schools down may be made, we look at the confluence of school-level and state-level planning. In particular, we look at how a myriad of forces may come toge…
 
A study by St. Louis University researchers last year found that incidence of head and neck melanoma among younger people rose significantly in recent decades — by 51% in fact. The researchers also found that incidence was higher among males than females, and pointed to that discovery as one to take into consideration when it comes to prevention ca…
 
Proponents of a ballot initiative St. Louis voters are weighing this fall argue Proposition D would change municipal races for the better. They envision a nonpartisan system that puts the focus on local issues that matter most, fosters a more responsive government and addresses the vote-splitting associated with the heavily Democratic city’s curren…
 
October Surprise Continues NoPixAfterDark welcomes Franca Muller Paz to the show. Franca Muller Paz is the Green Party candidate running for Baltimore City Council seat in District 12 in Maryland. Aaron Dante and Franca Muller Paz speak about her upbringing and the sacrifices her parents made for her in life. We discuss about how she got involved i…
 
“When I get in front of my audience,” Kim Massie once told St. Louis Public Radio’s Nick Garcia, “I don't care if I’m playing for free or if I’m playing for a million bucks. I’m going to give you the same show, because that could very well be my last show, and you’re only as good as your last performance. … So I give it my all, every time I sing.”…
 
In the wake of stubbornly inaccurate mainstream coverage of protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Charles Klotzer launched what is now known as the Gateway Journalism Review. The first issue appeared in September 1970, and the now-quarterly publication is still going strong — even as its contemporaries have long since ceas…
 
This week, a pair of women from the Mehlville area of south St. Louis County got married just outside St. Louis City Hall. They were part of a much larger movement of pop-up weddings there within the past week — all designed to highlight concerns within the LGBTQ community related to the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.…
 
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis has some big news today: an acclaimed new playwright in residence. She’s a Golden Globe award winner and a two time Emmy nominee. And thanks to a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, she’ll be working in St. Louis for the next three years.
 
Linda Jones, Elements of Nature is an example of what can be done when you put your mind to it. Recently retired and a Certified Master Gardener, Linda has been in touch with earth for over 30 years. Her horticultural journey includes consultations, public speaking, design, and more. Maryland is proud to have Linda jones as an integral part of our …
 
Nearly every morning on his way into school, Chris Eide records a short voice memo addressed to his friend Latif Nasser, mainly to capture what is happening at the school with regards to COVID-19 and school opening. This week is particularly significant, mainly because the count of students happened on October 14, which determines funding for the n…
 
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