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Are you yearning for real girl-talk on the field of Christian battle? You’re in the right place. We may talk about “coffee & cute stuff” but we also dive deeply into the “messy” of journeying with Jesus: self-care, “hard” things, relationships, and boundaries. We do it all while keeping a biblical worldview. Occasionally, we’ll bring in some guests you’ll love, too, who will teach and inspire.⁣⁣“Sacred Grounds” podcast with Leigh Mackenzie and Robin Wisner is here to equip, encourage and emp ...
 
Welcome to Sticky Keys! We're just a small group of friends who love to play games and talk to each other! Tune in to our podcast to hear us pretend to know a lot about video games as we blabber about everything from new releases to all-time favorites. Some rambling and life stories will also be sprinkled in between. New podcasts are uploaded every week!
 
French dj born in 1977.His passion of mixing came with Dance Music in early years of 90's thanks to Megamix, Dimitri From Paris Radio Show on NRJ.Then in 1996 was the revelation in Daft Punk Live show.He met Dj Las Fred with who he makes GREAT Gigs. He discovered Masters At Work thanks to Dj Julien Ferment! His sound: New York House style, Afro Funk and Deep Disco, influenced by DJs like Louie Vega, Dimitri From Paris and Kerri Chandler.
 
Welcome to the podcast where we seek to heal stress long term, not just cope with or manage it. Healstress.com is the online healing resource of Qi Garden, Inc. Our vision is to be the leading online resource for education, resources, and community in the area of healing stress from our lives. In this pursuit we seek to help each other create our own necessary changes that deliver transformational experiences toward a life that is thriving, free and truly alive.
 
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So many of us have experienced some level of loss in 2020. Loss of income, vacations, graduation ceremonies, freedom to move about as we always have. Some of us have tragically lost loved ones. In this episode, we'll walk you through how to visualize preparing your heart and mind to enter into 2021 as an overcomer, tips to ensure you're pouring fro…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Bruce joins Sam for a bit different view on the presidential transition and the pandemic than we usually get from Ivan. They discuss Trumpworld conspiracy theories, low-information voters, social media deplatforming, just how close this election actually was, and more. On the pandemic side, besides the usual update…
 
Aaron Jakes talks about his latest book, Egypt’s Occupation: Colonial Economism and the Crises of Capitalism, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book offers a sweeping reinterpretation of both the historical geography of capitalism in Egypt and the role of political-economic thought in the struggles that raged over the occupation.Jakes exp…
 
In today’s episode, your Virtual Battle Buddies tell you all you need to know about habit stacking while giving you the push you need to start implementing it into your life today. Until next time, to all of you in our Battle Buddy Brigade… Keep fighting the good fight of faith, keep your armor of God on, and keep shining the light in this dark wor…
 
Today Beth speaks to singer and actor Ramin Karimloo. Ramin set out as a teenager to follow his dream of playing the title role in Phantom of the Opera. On his way, he’s earned himself a place among the top Musical Theatre performers in the West End. Ramin speaks about his journey - from experiencing different countries as a child to teaching himse…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's biggest topic is of course the election and its aftermath. They discuss the celebrations and relief after Biden's win was called by the major news outlets, the huge contrasts between Biden and Trump that were obvious this week, the FUD emanating from Trumpworld, and more. The pandemic is the second…
 
Joas Wagemakers talks about his new book, The Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores the Muslim Brotherhood’s long history and complex relationship with Jordan, its parliament and society. “In Jordan [the Muslim Brotherhood] basically had Royal support from the very start, and the reason for that was…
 
Hey, Busy Friend! Have you been looking for the perfect way to start the Christmas season and talk about the birth of the Savior this year? We have the answer: One-Word-At-A-Time Advent cards with Betsy Pendergrass of Gathering Around. In this episode, we'll talk about: -The creation/Birth of the Gathering Around ministry -The meaning behind the me…
 
In today’s episode, your Virtual Battle Buddies discuss hacks for the holidays. They go over three things that will help you keep your wits about you for the upcoming season: (1) decluttering, (2) tips for gifts, and (3) the power of ONE thing… Until next time, to all of you in our Battle Buddy Army… Keep fighting the good fight of faith, keep your…
 
In today’s episode, your Virtual Battle Buddies discuss three ways in which you can keep your sanity when life seems too crazy to handle. These points include (1) not catastrophizing, (2) nourishing yourself, and (3) staying in the word. Until next time, to all of you in our Battle Buddy Brigade… Keep fighting the good fight of faith, keep your arm…
 
Today you will meet your Virtual Battles Buddies: Robin Wisner and Leigh Mackenzie. This first episode is all about the “why” behind the making of this podcast. Follow along as Robin and Leigh talk about their personal narratives and explain just how the Battle Buddy system works. Until next time, to all of you in our Battle Buddy Army… Keep fighti…
 
The election is over, and Sam and Ivan are here on Curmudgeon's Corner to discuss how things turned out. You'll hear their thoughts on the overall results, problems with polling, how things went in Florida and Georgia, the Senate results, how Trump is reacting, and much more. They have to toss in a few other things even on a big politics week, so I…
 
Sherine Hafez talks about her latest book, Women of the Midan: Untold Stories of Egypt’s Revolutionaries, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. In her book, she demonstrates how women were a central part of the revolutionary process of the Arab Spring; not only protesting in the streets of Cairo, but also demanding democracy, social justice, and …
 
This week’s Good Job podcast guest is Aryana Sayeed. Aryana is one of Afghanistan’s biggest stars, a judge on both The Voice Afghanistan and The Afgan Star and an inspiring woman who uses her profile to campaign for Women’s Rights. She continues to perform music in Afghanistan a country in which music was banned until 2001 and has won many awards f…
 
Show Details: Recorded 2020-10-30 Length this week - 1:57:13 (0:00:01-0:04:46) Cold Open (0:05:11-1:56:52) Politics Universal time Hunter Biden nothing burgers Glen Greenwald resignation Old media vs new media coverage Election Graphs update Early vote numbers Trump odds vs blue wave odds Voter suppression and SCOTUS Pendemic trends and the campaig…
 
Elizabeth Nugent talks about her new book, After Repression: How Polarization Derails Democratic Transition with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores how polarization and repression led to different political outcomes in Tunisia and Egypt. Nugent explains, “When I started my fieldwork in Tunisia, it was clear to me again coming from…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan continue the countdown to the election. A new polling update via Election Graphs, discussion of the last debate, talk about Hunter's laptop, a review of current Covid trends. All the politics you would expect this close to the election. Before that they talk a bit about recalled messages and changing…
 
Welcome to part 4 of our Spooktober series! In this series, we'll be discussing all things spooky as we dive deep into our all-time favorite games, movies, and entertainment that suit the spooktacular season! In this episode, we discuss our favorite Halloween decorations and celebrations! Find us everywhere by visiting our website! - https://sticky…
 
Anne Marie Baylouny talks about her latest book, When Blame Backfires: Syrian Refugees and Citizen Grievances in Jordan and Lebanon, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explains how the recent influx of Syrian refugees into Jordan and Lebanon has stimulated domestic political action against these countries' governments.Baylouny explain…
 
In this special episode of Net Zero, Leonardo Meeus, Professor at Florence School of Regulation and Vlerick Business School, and Georg Zachmann, Senior Fellow at Bruegel, share their thoughts on how legislation and policy are enabling the energy transition in Europe. The Directorate-General for Energy, Ditte Juul Jørgensen, is also invited to discu…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan hit all the usual politics stuff you would expect. Updates on polling. Hunter's laptop. Social media battling misinformation. The dueling town halls. SCOTUS. The pandemic. All of that sort of thing. But before that, they also talk a bit about the new iPhones, just being exhausted, and an old movie. So,…
 
Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl talks about his latest book, Quagmire in Civil War, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. His book explains he explains how quagmire can emerge from domestic-international interactions and strategic choices and draws upon field research on Lebanon's sixteen-year civil war, structured comparisons with civil wars in Chad and Y…
 
Welcome to part 3 of our Spooktober series! In this series, we'll be discussing all things spooky as we dive deep into our all-time favorite games, movies, and entertainment that suit the spooktacular season! In this episode, we discuss some of our favorite horror books, movies, and entertainment! Find us everywhere by visiting our website! - https…
 
In this episode, Violeta Mihalache, Director of Urban Survey Timisoara, joins us for a discussion on the rationale behind- and challenges towards a common European framework for sustainable urban mobility indicators (SUMI). We discuss a number of topical issues on the urban mobility agenda: from sustainable urban mobility planning, to indicators an…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan talk about all of this week's political developments, from Trump's health to the latest election polling, to the Senate and SCOTUS, as well as a few other things. But first, talk of microphones, glasses, malls, remote work, a movie, and even a little sports. You can even stay on after the end for a bl…
 
Welcome to part 2 of our Spooktober series! In this series, we'll be discussing all things spooky as we dive deep into our all-time favorite games, movies, and entertainment that suit the spooktacular season! In this episode, we have one of our other friends, Cy, join us for some spooky stories and memories! Find us everywhere by visiting our websi…
 
Hiba Bou Akar talks about her latest book, For the War Yet to Come: Planning Beirut’s Frontiers, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book examines urban planning in three neighborhoods of Beirut's southeastern peripheries, revealing how these areas have been developed into frontiers of a continuing sectarian order.Bou Akar explains, “So I s…
 
Today’s guest is Musical Theatre singer, vocal coach, former American Idol Contestant and queen of riffing Natalie Weiss. Natalie opens up about her recent experience with a vocal haemorrhage while working on an off-broadway show. She also chats with Beth about what she thinks makes a great voice and how she deals with the insecurity of working in …
 
Welcome to part 1 of our Spooktober series! In this series, we'll be discussing all things spooky as we dive deep into our all-time favorite games, movies, and entertainment that suit the spooktacular season! Find us everywhere by visiting our website! - https://stickykeys.buzzsprout.com/ Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/stickykeyspodcast)…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan recorded an entire show talking about Election 2020, including the Presidential debate, Trump's taxes, and a bunch of other things. The also talked about a movie and thanked the patrons for paying for a new microphone. Fun stuff like that. Then Donald Trump tested positive for Covid. So they went back …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's main topics are the COVID pandemic, SCOTUS developments and their political ramifications, and of course Election 2020. Really, what else would they talk about this week? Oh. Yeah. Headphones. They also talked about headphones. Because of course they did. Show Details: Recorded 2020-09-26 Length th…
 
Aili Tripp talks about her latest book, Seeking Legitimacy: Why Arab Autocracies Adopt Women’s Rights, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores why autocratic leaders in Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria embraced more legal reforms of women’s rights than their Middle Eastern counterparts, and how women’s rights were used to advance the…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan start the show with a special reaction to the news of Ruth Bader Ginsberg's death recorded right after the news broke on Friday. Then you get the show that was already in the can before that upended everything. In that show from the before times, they talked about Election 2020 and the pandemic, fantas…
 
Amr Adly talks about his latest book, Cleft Capitalism: The Social Origins of Failed Market Making in Egypt, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores why market-based economic development failed to meet expectations in Egypt. “The main argument is that we have three business systems in Egypt in reference to rules formal as well as …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's big topics are Election 2020 and the concentric circles of corruption surrounding Donald Trump. But they also talk a little bit about the pandemic, the fire and smoke on the West Coast, gender reveal parties, and a foundation run by Ivan and his wife. So buckle in and listen! Show Details: Recorded…
 
Pascal Menoret talks about his latest book, Graveyard of Clerics: Everyday Activism in Saudi Arabia, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. In the book, he tells the stories of the people actively countering the Saudi state and highlights how people can organize and protest even amid increasingly intense police repression.Menoret explains, “Basica…
 
This week on Cumrudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan discuss Election 2020, including all the latest Trump scandals. They also discuss pandemic misinformation, and the challenges of the new school year. But first, they discuss some feedback, some numerical patterns, and frustrations with Facebook notifications and streaming television. Show Details: Recor…
 
Today's guest is Harish Sivaramakrishnan of Agam. Agam are an intriguing fusion of Prog Rock and South Indian Classical Music. Beth asks Harish how this came about and he reveals his western influences including Dream Theater and Tool. Beth and Harish also discuss the balance between viability and creativity when working on your music and how Haris…
 
Nadav Shelef talks about his latest book, Homelands: Shifting Borders and Territorial Disputes, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores the idea of homelands and nationalism and articulates an analogous theory for how and why the places that people think of as their homelands stop being part of their homeland around the world.Shel…
 
Laleh Khalili talks about her latest book, Sinews of War and Trade: Shipping and Capitalism in the Arabian Peninsula, with Marc Lynch on this week’s podcast. The book explores what the making of new ports and shipping infrastructures has meant for the Arabian Peninsula and beyond. Khalili explains, “Whenever you look at the list of the Journal of C…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Ivan and Sam discuss the Republican National Convention, the events in Kenosha and their aftermath, and the latest pandemic news. Along the way they revisit the debate on what constitutes a website, they discuss ceramic car coatings, and spin tales of fender benders and dog walks. Enjoy the madness! Show Details:…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan discuss their impressions of the Democratic National Convention and all the latest updates on Trumpworld scandals. Plus they talk a little bit about the charms of people broadcasting from home, which sorta kinda, but not quite, includes them. Show Details: Recorded 2020-08-21 Length this week - 2:19:33…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, on the politics side, Sam and Ivan discuss Biden picking Harris, election models, current polling, and cutting people off over politics. On the pandemic side, they talk about testing and tracing, people being reckless, and many of the half measures being taken. Before all that though, Ivan reviews a book and goes…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan do the usual round of political news, discussing dirty tricks on the campaign trail, the latest veepstakes talk, the New York investigation into Trump, and possibilities of a disputed election. But first, they respond to some feedback, review a book Sam read, talk a little about family history and how …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan discuss the latest in politics and pandemic news as they always do. But this time you also get a book review from Ivan, some insight into Sam's sleep patterns, some economic talk, and even a bit on the tradeoffs between global and domestic sourcing of products. Plus a fun electoral vote strategy to c…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's main topics are Trump's mind through the lens of Mary Trump's book, Trump's current attempts to position himself for the election, and the pandemic. But first, the curmudgeons respond to a listener comment, Ivan delivers on a promise from last week, and Ivan rants about a local political candidate. E…
 
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