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Explore the far reaches of the world’s horrors in the audio drama podcast The White Vault. Follow the collected records of a repair team sent to Outpost Fristed in the vast white wastes of Svalbard and unravel what lies waiting in the ice below. This Fool and Scholar production is intended for mature audiences. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thewhitevault.
 
Nolira is an agronomist tasked with establishing agriculture in a new solar system, but when she wakes up on a now- empty colony ship, the whole of her plan disappears. The ship has been set adrift, with numerous mission-critical problems requiring immediate attendance outside of her area of expertise. Nolira is aided by the ship’s malfunctioning AI, which acts as her confidant and companion during the fight for survival.
 
Dark Dice is a horror actual-play D&D podcast that uses immersive soundscapes to create an added layer of immersion. Six travelers embark on a journey into the ruinous domain of the nameless god. They will never be the same again.
 
The God of Retribution opens The Abyss and unleashes a vengeful daemon upon the mortal realm and the only thing in their way is a scholar and his tormented protector. By sundown, this story will be told, but will it be the end or the start of an epic tale? Welcome to a Scholar's Journey. Feel free to join our discord group and facebook group.
 
Join Matt Wheaton (The How-To Scholar) in his weekly podcasts that discuss topics in education and business. Interviews, teaching methods, and documenting the process of creating a business in the field of education technology will be common themes of discussion, but you never know what you'll hear!
 
Latina intersectional feminist, media scholar, and media maker Maggi Delgado, hosts these bilingual interview and storytelling podcasts. In Mixing it Up with Maggi, she interviews her peers and experts on various topics all through an intersectional feminist pov. Tv that Made Us is a nostalgic and analytical look at retro tv narratives that have shaped millenials.
 
Welcome to the Podcast Segment of YouTube's "The Poetry Vlog": http://youtube.com/c/thepoetryvlog. Tune in for 30-minute guest discussions connecting poetry, cultural studies, and social justice. Guests range from published poets, scholars, and artists to folx just entering these conversations. C. R. Grimmer is a scholar, poet, lecturer at the University of Washington. For more info, to join the community, or to reach out: http://www.thepoetryvlog.com/ Join us: IG: http://instagram.com/thepo ...
 
Join Joshua Unruh, professional storyteller and superhero scholar, as he takes a trip back in time to the magical dawn of superheroes to discover just how bizarre and, frankly, off putting the earliest days of superhero comics could be. Every episode, $#!+ will get weird in a way that will leave you wondering WTF, Golden Age?
 
You need more than inspiration to build your food business. Launch and scale your restaurant, bakery, CPG brand, or food truck with tips, strategies, and lessons learned from your favorite Black owned food & beverage brands from around the world. Join the host, Mercedes Gosby, at the intersection of food, tech, business, and finance as she interviews food professionals and entrepreneurs every week to discover how to get started in the food industry, and how to build a profitable food busines ...
 
Project Voice is a podcast series is spearheaded by the voices of womxn and nonbinary folx of the Asian diaspora. As the host of Project Voice, I hope that this series will act as a digital space where members of our community can go to for guidance and resources. - Jessica Nguyen Founder and Host of Project Voice
 
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Getting your product into grocery stores takes time and requires networking with retailers & buyers in the food industry. Ashley Kirk, Founder of Planted Foods Co, a plant based food company walks us through: How to get your products onto store shelves by networking and other strategies The consumer research Ashley conducted to decide the products …
 
To mark Israel's Independence Day on Thursday, The Times of Israel's weekly podcast, Times Will Tell, is concentrating on the troubling new trend of anti-Zionism among young Diaspora Jews and we're speaking with author and educator Ben. M. Freeman, whose new book, “Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People” explores how progressive society has turned Zioni…
 
You won’t be able to bootstrap your food business forever and might need investors, says Kai Nortey, co-founder & CEO of Kube Nice Cream. This vegan ice cream manufacturer explains: Why venture capital (VC) may not be right for you as a food business owner The types of conversations you might have with potential investors Potential problems working…
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, the weekly podcast from The Times of Israel. This week, in honor of Yom Hashoah, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, we’re speaking with Dr. Liat Steir-Livny, who is a senior lecturer in Holocaust, film and culture studies at Sapir Academic College and the Open University. Steir-Livny, the granddaughter of Holocaust surv…
 
Catching up with our mental health:Clinical Social Worker Joselina Castillo talks to us about the struggles, changes, and innovations mental health professionals have faced due to Covid 19. Technology and social media have played a huge role in our mental health during this pandemic but it's not enough. If you're struggling, there are resources and…
 
What is grief, if not love persevering? Lani and Joshua come out of hiatus to talk about feminine grief, awesome aesthetics and how it wasn’t actually Agatha all along. Download the .mp3 Subscribe to the show: iTunes • RSS • Stitcher Show Notes: LUA 33: Age of Ultron LUA 58: Ant Man and the Wasp LUA 59: Captain Marvel LUA 64: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.…
 
Are you a food truck owner having trouble with marketing and keeping your social media pages updated? Ariel D. Smith, The Food Truck Scholar, has quick & easy tips for you. Ariel also chats about: How she created an audio diary for food truckers using her podcast Opportunities for current and future food truck owners The importance of insuring your…
 
Catching up with our work and creativity:Life coach and creative Veronica Cordonnier talk to us about redefining "work" and "careers" during this pandemic, the resilience of black and brown folks, how our immigrant parents shaped our work ethic, and how doing what you love can really pay the bills! Learn more about Veronica and check out her podcas…
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, the weekly podcast of The Times of Israel. This week, just ahead of Passover, we’re speaking about a new Israeli Reform movement prayer book called "Tfillat HaAdam." It combines Jewish traditions with new liturgy that deals with modern issues including pluralism, democracy and women’s rights. "Tefillat HaAdam" is a compi…
 
Today we talk with Tanja Milojevic & Siobhan Lumsden, the voices of Ally and Nolira! We apologize for any small audio issues, as we're in the process of moving. This episode will be available to the public next week. Catch Tanja in Wordtastic: https://wordtastic.libsyn.com/ Catch Siobhan on Boonie Cubs (Netflix), her podcast 'Stars Align' - https:/…
 
It was from, and because of the hard living conditions of slavery, the spiritual was born. The spiritual was the creation of the American slaves brought from Africa. Spirituals expressed the history, treatment, and thoughts of Black people in the United States. The combined experiences of Africa and America served to produce the spirituals. They se…
 
Catching up with our food:Elena, an MA in Digital Humanities candidate, joins our third episode of the season to tell us all about Community Fridges and the archive she's constructing, along with her classmates, to preserve the work being done in NYC. We talk about the food crisis, food waste, and most importantly, how you can help. Get involve! Le…
 
Geo Darwin, a Philadelphia-based food & lifestyle blogger and content creator, is on a mission to highlight underrepresented people in food & beverage. We chat about: Being consistent as a content creator Why blogging isn’t dead and the evolution of blogging The Philly food scene Full show notes: https://profoodmaker.com/geos-table…
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, The Times of Israel weekly podcast. This week we're speaking with author and scholar James McGrath, a professor in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University in Indianapolis. We'll speak about his new book, “What Jesus Learned From Women,” a project that was spurred by a curious graduate student's questio…
 
Dr. April Massey, Ph.D.–my Dean at UDC is coming on again and we are going to talk about building bridges across disciplines, across humanities and STEM, gender, race, and more. Please join us–she is doing what many wish they could do in higher ed!!!!!By At the Edge An Afrofuturist Salon
 
Season 5 is all about catching up!Catching up with our kids:In episode 2, we have Maxibell, a Latina, Bronx educator, and mother. She talks to us all about distance learning, its challenges, and triumphs as she and other educators adjust to provide the best resources for students and parents during the #covid19 #pandemic.-Last episode:Catching up w…
 
Courtney Lindsay is the chef & owner of Houston Sauce Co, a super popular vegan food company in Houston, TX. Courtney shares: how a hot sauce turned into a food truck, BBQ trailer, storefront, and more what food truck owners need to do to grow their business and who they need to hire how much a food truck costs Mentioned in this episode $2 tacos, D…
 
This week in honor of International Women’s Day, we're taking up menstruation rights on Times Will Tell, the weekly podcast from The Times of Israel, and speaking with Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, the co-founder of the advocacy group, Period Equity (https://www.periodequity.org/). Weiss-Wolf is a lawyer and the vice president and the inaugural women and de…
 
Professor A.D. Carson (AKA "Aydee the Great") discusses "academic rap," Black Studies, insights on his album and mixtap/e/ssay 'i used to love to dream'. This episode offers strategies for scholars, students, and arts communities to think about the intersections of genre, sound, form, multimodality, and race. The Poetry Vlog Season 4 debuts with a …
 
Descending the mountain does not mean escape... Credits: Written by K. A. Statz Produced with Sound Design and Editing by Travis Vengroff Swedish Unit: Directed and Produced, with Casting Direction and Field Recordings by Karin Heimdahl Dialogue Editing by Marisa Ewing of Hemlock Creek Productions Mixing and Mastering by Brandon Strader Script Edit…
 
Want to open a restaurant, bakery, cafe, food hall, or food space/facility? Learn restaurant start up costs and best practices from Felicia Middleton, an architectural designer for food spaces, specializing in food service design. Hear about: The costs for equipment, renovations, etc The steps you need to take to open a restaurant Common mistakes &…
 
Season 5 is all about catching up!Catching up with our health:Join me and my friend Ari, a nurse, in the state of California, as we look back at 2020, the changes we are all facing due to the #covid19 #pandemic . -We talk about the vaccine, being a health care worker, mental and physical challenges, and staying hopeful, happy, and healthy in the mi…
 
Welcome to Times Will Tell, the weekly podcast from The Times of Israel. This week we're speaking with the brains and brawn behind the hit web series “YidLife Crisis”, Eli Battalion and Jamie Elman. In a love letter to their hometown of Montreal, the two secular Jews schmooze and nosh their way in and out of uncomfortable situations born of their o…
 
Dr. Stevi Costa (AKA Sailor St. Claire) discusses Queer and Feminist burlesque as poetry. She performs from "Striptease: The Untold Story of the Girlie Show" by Rachel Stein and shares her experiences performing with Noveltease Theatre and offers strategies for scholars, students, and arts communities to think about the intersections of burlesque p…
 
In Professor Jameel Paulin's 2020 MFA project "Congo Square", an audio-visual album produced and developed for virtual reality, Paulin situates Afrofuturism and hip-hop within the long history of Afrocentric aesthetic and spiritual practices; examining vodun and Congo Square as moments where African ancestors transformed the way that their descenda…
 
Three Black British women from different centuries who are pioneers in using the power of the pen and in doing so have highlighted the Black experience in Britain: Mary Seacole 19th century - First Black woman to publish an autobiography Claudia Jones 20th century - founder and publisher of the first Black commercial newspaper Bernadette Evaristo 2…
 
Having failed in their quest, the survivors begin the long process of recovery from a terrible journey. Dark Dice is an Actual Play podcast created using the 5th edition rules of Dungeons and Dragons. Dialogue with NPC's has been replaced with a full voice cast and immersive sound effects create an added layer of immersion. Story by Travis Vengroff…
 
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