Trap Nation is YouTube’s number one channel for a unique and diverse taste of trap music. Founder and curator Andre Benz hosts Trap Nation Radio weekly for one hour, exposing the finest talent the industry has to offer. Tune in for exclusive music, guest mixes, fun facts about artists, throwbacks and a weekly “Top 5 Countdown” to get an inside look at the future of trap music. #TrapNationRadio.
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Updated April 2020
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Electron Project Дислокация: Нижний Новгород Стилистика: Chill, Dubstep, Drum & Bass, House, Glitch Hop, Trance, Trap.
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He’s a former Secret Service Agent, former NYPD officer, and New York Times best-selling author. Join Dan Bongino each weekday as he tackles the hottest political issues, debunking both liberal and Republican establishment rhetoric.
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Biscayne National Park’s diverse resources require an equally diverse set of management strategies. Learn about a few of them in this podcast series hosted by members of the park’s resource management staff. This podcast series is closed-captioned. (Full-sized video)
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Tony Katz is a writer, radio host, speaker and entertainer, offering insights on politics, popular culture and life. He focuses on right vs wrong, not right vs left. Tony believes in fine cigars, great steaks, laughter with friends and living a life free of regret. And pie. He really likes pie.
The Collector Car Podcast dives deep into upcoming auctions, recent marketplace trends and we hear from the experts. We even manage to have some fun. Greg Stanley is the gearhead in charge so join us on this automotive adventure every week!
The Habitat Podcast is a podcast for land and wildlife habitat managers, and for hunters who learn and utilize different types of habitat in their hunting strategy. We interview hunters and habitat managers from across the country, picking their brain to learn their success's and failures. We are different in the fact that we are not the experts. This podcast is for us and the listeners to learn a thing or two, from the experts we analyze.
Dungeon Crawlers Radio is an exciting and unique geekly podcast & "Live" Internet Radio show that focuses on gaming, comics, fantasy & Sci-fi Books, and many more aspects of the world of geek never tackled before. Each week, your hosts Revan and a Guy Named Joe, will guide you through different aspects of table top gaming, from character creation to adding realization, in ways that you never even considered possible! With a slue of special guest interviews like Tracy Hickman, R.A. Salvatore, ...
A weekly reality-check on the issues Americans care about most. Host Warren Olney draws on his decades of experience to explore the people and issues shaping – and disrupting - our world. How did everything change so fast? Where are we headed? The...
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UnCaged is a show where Cam (Amateur Hour podcast), Marielle Fish (SomethingFyshy.com) and author Nicky Rowlands discuss every movie starring or featuring Nicolas Cage, from his Oscar-winning turn in Leaving Las Vegas to his Rassie-nominated turns in...everything. Cage's unique acting style and meme-worthy facial expressions are unpacked in a semi-regular enthusiastic discussion of one of the world's most distinctive and versatile performers.
How far can a jumping spider jump? DOES a woodchuck chuck wood? What does a Park Ranger do all day? All these questions and any you may have will be answered through this podcast series! So come, join us, listen and write Ranger Crystal and Ranger Jess all your questions about North Carolina State Parks!
Основное направление: House . Стили: Progressive House , Electro House . Что бы быть в курсе последних работ, подписывайтесь на мой подкаст в iTunes !
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Taking inspiration from trees, scientists have developed a battery made from a sliver of wood coated with tin that shows promise for becoming a tiny, long-lasting, efficient and environmentally friendly energy source. Their report on the device — 1,000 times thinner than a sheet of paper — appears in the journal Nano Letters.
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Demanded internationally, DJ Baby Yu is one of North America’s most experienced, versatile well respected and highly connected DJ’s. Baby Yu without a doubt is a staple in the entertainment industry world-wide. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, he has held residencies at Velvet Room, Whiskey Park, at the W Hotel and Tongue and Groove, Door 44, Aja Lounge, Opera, Compound, Aurum, Gold Room and more. Currently Baby Yu spins at Vanquish, Compound and Reign. Along with his weekly club residencies- Baby ...
On Episode 122, we feature a wide variety of undiscovered music ranging from future bass bangers to hip-hop influenced trap beats. Tune in for new music from Fairlane, Boombox Cartel, Snavs, Eastern Odyssey, and many more! Tweet your questions & comments at @AllTrapNation with #TrapNationRadio. Don’t forget to rate and review on all of your favorit…
‘We're in a whole new world now with how clinical trials are being conducted in the era of this pandemic.’By Kim Malcolm
Is our social distancing affecting the bird life around us? The University of Washington is inviting citizen scientists to find out — and connect with nature themselves.By Amy Radil
The whole process is key. Staying three weeks ahead. What they choose to ignore. POTUS hints from the past. Breaking down security for profit. Assessing city threats and resources. The Dims have gone completely missing. Tears of the cabal. Riding the wave to a new future. Serving others is what defines love.…
This month, some people around Washington state will be voting in special local elections – tax levies and the like. How will this election work during a pandemic?By Angela King
More than 1,000 inmates are in isolation in Washington's prison system amid the coronavirus pandemic.By Austin Jenkins
Unlike other states, Washington hesitates to release prisoners early during the pandemic.By Austin Jenkins
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman talks about the upcoming special election that will happen during the COVID-19 crisis.By Angela King
MJ McDermott with Q13 provides a look ahead at the weekend weather, April 4-5, 2020.By Angela King
Families struggle in Washington as hospital visits are limited.By Amy Radil
Washington families on food assistance programs will get a boost from a recently-passed bill addressing the COVID-19 crisis.By Ruby de Luna
In this episode, I address the stunning failures by the experts to give us accurate information on the Coronavirus, and the disastrous decisions being made as a result of the bad data. I also address the media’s efforts to hide their constantly changing stories about the collusion hoax, and the Wuhan Virus. News Picks: The Democrats aren’t even hid…
By Tony Katz
By Tony Katz
By Tony Katz
We have to look at the origins of the COVID-19 virus. How exactly did it get into the Chinese population and why was China so secretive about it? There is a real question to be asked if this was something that came from a lab. Whether it was unleashed accidentally or purposely, it doesn't change the fact that the age of the bio-weapon is here.…
Tony talks about the Naval Captain relieved during the corona virus. Tony mentions how is this possible and the codes broken for making this announcement.By Tony Katz
Tony talks about brands that could be damaged during this time in the market. Tony mentions how 3M is selling PPE products to foreign countries with the highest bid. Tony talks about how an American company should consider America's Crisis first before reaching out to foreign aid.By Tony Katz
Tony talks about the The View's comments on President Trump's action in preventing the spread of the coronavirus. Tony also talk about Deblasio's issue with an organization that's Anti-LGBTQ. Tony also mentions how Deblasio has not reached out to Remington, a company offering help making PPE for medical staff.…
‘Even with the steps we have taken, we should expect that at least 30% of the people of this region will contract the virus.’ –Mayor DurkanBy Kim Malcolm
It’s the worst week yet for unemployment claims in King County. But there is some good news for people waiting for their checks.By Carolyn Adolph
Seattle Public Schools has cancelled its plan to draft educators to work at five new child care sites for the children of first responders, which were scheduled to open Monday.By Ann Dornfeld
If you feel trapped at home during the coronavirus pandemic, imagine being stuck at sea on a cruise ship in a deadly outbreak.By Kim Shepard
Social distancing orders have severely struck Seattle's music venues.By Marcie Sillman
A federal judge in Portland has denied efforts that would have forced immigration courts to limit operations during the coronavirus pandemic.By Conrad Wilson
A Whidbey Island nursing home with confirmed cases of COVID-19 faces a shortage of personal protection equipment, so staff has gotten creative.By Casey Martin
A Seattle couple hopes to find out soon if they can leave their cruise ship after it was quarantined and turned away from multiple ports.By Kim Shepard
Empty store shelves due to panic-buying causes an inconvenience for most people. But it can be an even bigger hassle for families on food assistance.By Ruby de Luna
The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to learn new ways to work, educate our kids, socializing, even new ways to make and distribute art.Classical artists are diving right into new technologies.By Marcie Sillman
Reports that no one would believe. Fighting the virus and related enemies. All assets are now in play. The references to non-Covid patients. The most profitable evil industry. Banks and the borders they cross. Cartels are locked down and dangerous. Military integrity is key. How we are winning so hard.…
In this episode, I address the explosive unemployment numbers and, despite liberals gloom and doom, some potential good news about the recovery from the virus. I also address the troubling report about government spying that was even worse than originally reported. News Picks: Jobless claims soar. Did the Wuhan Virus originate in a Chinese lab? US …
By Tony Katz
By Tony Katz
Is the monotony of quarantine driving you crazy? Run out of jigsaw puzzles? We have a solution! A clear puzzle. It's just like a regular puzzle, but all the pieces look the same and are see-through! What's not to love?By Tony Katz
Cary Purnell is a restaurant delivery driver in the Seattle area for Uber Eats. She’s also homeless and worried about getting Covid-19, in part because she doesn’t have health insurance.By David Hyde
By Tony Katz
Doctors are supposed to be cautious. They aren't elected officials and their job is to keep people healthy, not run a country. Just because a doctor says we need to shut down the entire country, it doesn't mean that we should. Tony Katz examines the relationship between the experts and the elected officials…
During a 20-minute interview, Tony Katz spoke to United States Surgeon General, Jerome Adams, about COVID-19. The topic included how long Americans should expect to be social distancing, possible treatments for those affected and how the President has responded to the pandemic. The Surgeon General answers all the questions that Americans have about…
Tony talks about about the President's conversations. Tony also talks about other medias focusing on the flu.By Tony Katz
Tony talks about President Trumps change of tone during the pandemic. Tony also comments on how Pelosi just doesn't understand.By Tony Katz
What are Youngtimer cars and who is buying them? To find out, we talked to the Youngtimers Expert, Nick Jaynes. Nick writes for Sports Car Market and is the Director of Communications for Overland Expo. We talk about recent Youngtimers trends, BMW Lightweights and what he considers the top three Youngtimer cars to watch in 2020. You will also find …
President Trump has finally changed course, agreeing with his own advisors that COVID-19 is not a “hoax.” It’s a pandemic that might kill up to 200,000 Americans in a few weeks. According to David Sanger, national security correspondent for the New York Times, Trump uses “the rhetoric of a wartime presidency,” but “it’s not clear he has actually be…
This week, activists held a protest outside the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, pushing for the release of vulnerable detainees amid the coronavirus pandemic. The protest is taking the form of a car caravan to maintain social distancing.By Esmy Jimenez
For the last 17 years, Dr. Ming Lin has worked in the emergency room at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center in Bellingham. He says he was fired from his job last week, after publicly calling on the hospital to better protect patients and staff from COVID-19.By Paige Browning
Paige Browning update on coronavirus impact and responseBy Kim Malcolm
The health care system is working overtime to fight the coronavirus. But health officials are warning about another threat: an increased risk of accidental poisonings.By Angela King
The need to know war. Making the DS doctors own it. All the Dims plans are fading. Toxicity, market share and human testing. Citizenship and the plan for mail in voting. Some history to help us understand. Bowing to the priorities of power. Big facilities for non-Covid patients. The good things Governors say. Keep spreading the love and courage.…
King County is holding inmates who are more vulnerable to the coronavirus in solitary confinement.By Anna Boiko-Weyrauch
How the University of Washington is figuring out housing and classes for students amid the coronavirus pandemic.By Esmy Jimenez
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting the United States census.By Tom Banse