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Best mean streets podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best mean streets podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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This fascinating travel podcast explores the world in a meaningful way as writer Daniel Scheffler (New York Times, Condé Nast, Wall Street Journal) takes a carefree and open approach to travel. Covering a variety of purposeful topics, each episode focuses on a specific theme framed as a travel commandment to guide listeners when traveling, regardless of wealth or comfort level. Everywhere reinvents the journey and invites you to open your mind and experience some humanity.
 
Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
Point Blank is a podcast about hardboiled, noir, and detective fiction. Mixing serious analysis and humor, the co-hosts (Justin and Kurt) discuss a classic or contemporary work of crime fiction each episode. In addition to major works, they offer shorter reviews, and examine noir-ish topics such as alcoholism in detective fiction, the femme fatale, and race and labor in crime fiction. Stroll with Kurt and Justin down the rain drenched alleys and mean streets as they explore the fascinating w ...
 
Juicy gossip has a bad reputation, but Breizy Time spins it in a positive way as women to spill the tea of their personal stories of overcoming challenges that threaten our confidence, self esteem, and relationships. All Queens Army is a space where women can be candid, have lots of laughs, and uplift every queen so each of us feels valued, worthy, understood, and appreciated.
 
Beyond the Lecture is a podcast from the American Academy in Berlin featuring short interviews with distinguished American thought-leaders in political science, economics, journalism and the arts. New York Office American Academy in Berlin, Inc. 14 East 60th Street, Suite 604 New York, NY 10022 USA Berlin Office American Academy in Berlin GmbH Hans Arnhold Center Am Sandwerder 17-19 14109 Berlin Germany
 
Breaking news and analysis from around the Bay Area, the state capitol and beyond. Listen to KCBS Radio and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier’s reports LIVE on KCBS All News 740 AM and 106.9 FM Mondays through Fridays at 7:50 AM and 5:50 PM or listen to the podcasts ANYTIME posted here daily.
 
What does a changing world mean for my portfolio? Which asset classes are undervalued? Will declining demographics affect my investments? From Legal & General Investment Management, we bring you conversations about the global economy and how professional investors can take advantage of these opportunities. We'll be talking to fund managers, analysts, industry experts and more to discuss the latest market and political developments, their most exciting asset allocation ideas and how they're o ...
 
"Thursday the 12th is bad for your health. Tomorrow is worse. Predicting the curse. What does it all mean?" Fozzy Looking for some laughter? A trip down Memory Lane? The Pfuckyour Brothers discuss all things music, movies, wrestling, 80's pop culture, podcasting, conspiracy theories, life, ZEPPOLE and more. Rich Masotti is a VO talent and actor. Guy Monica is a carpenter and savant. They’re a duo like few others. http://thursdaythe12thpodcast.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thursd ...
 
Socrates in the City is the acclaimed series of conversations on “life, God, and other small topics,” hosted by Eric Metaxas. Starting with the philosopher Socrates’s famous words that “the unexamined life is not worth living,” Metaxas thought it would be valuable to create a forum that might encourage busy New Yorkers in thinking about the bigger questions in life. He founded Socrates in the City in 2000. Metaxas is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of MARTIN LUTHER, IF YOU CAN KEEP ...
 
A podcast for cinephiles of all stripes. Join Rob & Sam, two life-long friends, one a veteran of the film industry, the other a Cambridge-educated writer on books, movies and graphic novels. Each week they talk about a film and some of the ideas it throws up.
 
Retirement planning has changed dramatically, but a successful retirement is within reach! Financial advisors Damon Roberts & Matt Deaton have helped educate thousands of baby boomers in the Greater Phoenix area about their options. Looking for real-life lessons on 401(k)s, minimizing taxes, asset protection, Social Security and creating income in retirement? This podcast is for you! Find more at http://successinthenewretirement.com. Be sure follow us on social media! Acute Wealth Blog: http ...
 
Stories from the edges of music and media with a focus on Chicagoland area, comedy, popular culture, writing... Interviews with far from the mainstreaml artists, musicians and directors. "On the fly" episodes (while she's driving the mean streets)...where your host hairdresser, writer, musician and girl on the street...will keep you informed about exciting goings-on- with mind blowing commentary and stuff you did't even know you gave a shit about!
 
REACH is for the Executive Assistant who hustles hard, strives for excellence and is committed to seeking out life’s “aha moments” to help you reach the next stage in your development and career. In each episode, expect to gain invaluable insight from our personal network of Executive Assistants whose careers span the Fortune 500, Silicon Valley Venture Capital firms and your favorite tech companies and start-ups. Hosted by Maven Recruiting Group’s Founder and CEO, Jessica Vann, this is your ...
 
On this podcast, we've been so mean to these movies, it's time to say three nice things. Every episode, we watch a movie with a bad reputation and come up with three nice things to say about the film! Sometimes, it’s not that easy. With a rotating host lineup, listener’s own nice things and some less than flattering facts, each episode is an entertaining, yet refreshing look at some of these less than stellar films!
 
Welcome to Rise of The Young, on this podcast 19 year old Casey Adams sits down with successful entrepreneurs ranging from billionaires, social media experts, real estate investors, fashion designers, and all the way to professional athletes. Rise of The Young is meant to bring you the most cutting edge business stories and strategies that can help you get ahead in your business. The new generation of entrepreneurs are the future, and Rise of The Young is here to help you get ahead in your life.
 
Our Network is dedicated to spreading the truth, culture, and history of the Melanated Family. Denouncing false truths, white supremacy, and all forms of oppression. We serve to uplift and improve the condition of the neglected and unheard. Join us today and be the difference that you want to see.
 
ClarkMorgan Insights is a collection of short 3 to 7 minute videos with China and Asia-Pacific-based business leaders who discuss the intricacies of doing business within the region. Interviews are filmed on the streets, lane ways and boardrooms of the region's bustling cities, of Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and others. ClarkMorgan Insights are filmed by the team at ClarkMorgan Ltd, a corporate training company with offices in Australia and China. ClarkMorgan Ltd works with multinational com ...
 
In this podcast, host Dave Goetsch, co-executive producer of “The Big Bang Theory” and Norm Mindel, veteran financial advisor and co-founder of Forum Financial Management, talk about some of the incredible things that happened way back when on Wall Street. Along the way, they share some of their personal investing experiences as they look back at well-known and little-known events by the decade.
 
ATTENTION - Over the last year we have strived to bring you the very best in news, interviews and commentary on Tech issues for your home, fitness and financial interests at http://TheAverageGuy.tv as well is the very best in Spartan Radio at http://RadRacing.org. The networks have grown and its time we make a few changes. The Podomatic RSS Feeds for the Home, Fitness and Financial Tech podcasts as well as Spartan Radio have all changed as of Oct 1st, 2011. We will no longer be using the Pod ...
 
Soul in the Raw is a podcast for the creative entrepreneur ready to be honest, to stop making excuses, celebrate their brand of genius, speak freely, radically rebel and take up space. Our #1 rule is to be yourself. Each week we will bring you a badass guest list of leaders to support you on your journey of self-discovery and exploration. If you’re ready to actualize your potential and elevate your business, we’ll see you inside!
 
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In this episode of „Beyond the Lecture,” scholars and artists at the American Academy in Berlin reflect on the various intersections of the coronavirus pandemic with their respective fields of study. We spoke with composer Carolyn Chen, cultural historian Liliane Weissberg (spring 2020 Anna-Maria Kellen fellow) of University of Pennsylvania, German…
 
Tanya Harmer’s new biography, Beatriz Allende: A Revolutionary Life in Cold War Latin America (University of North Carolina Press, 2020), explores how a young Chilean woman pursued her political commitments and navigated patriarchal strictures as a militant leftist. The daughter of Salvador Allende, Beatriz Allende was born in 1942 and came of age …
 
On this episode of the New Books Network, Lee Pierce (s/t interviews Shiu-Yin Sharon Yam of University of Kentucky on the new book, Inconvenient Strangers: Transnational Subjects and the Politics of Citizenship (Ohio State University Press, 2019), which explores how intersecting networks of power—particularly race and ethnicity, gender, and social …
 
The Weimar Republic is well-known for its gay rights movement and recent scholarship has demonstrated some of its contradictory elements. In his recent book entitled The Seduction of Youth: Print Culture and Homosexual Rights in the Weimar Republic (University of Toronto Press, 2020), Javier Semper Vendrell writes the first study to focus on the Le…
 
What is the connection between the movement for death penalty abolition and the anti-slavery movement? In Slavery and the Death Penalty: A Study in Abolition (Routledge, 2018), Bharat Malkani, Senior Lecturer in Law at Cardiff University, explores this question. Beginning with an acknowledgment that the death penalty in the United States of America…
 
Criminal responsibility is a key-organizing concept of the criminal law, but Arlie Loughnan argues that it needs re-examination. Focusing on the Australian experience, Self, Others and the State: Relations of Criminal Responsibility (Cambridge University Press, 2020) questions assumptions about the rise and prominence of criminal responsibility fro…
 
Burn It Down: Feminist Manifestos for the Revolution (Verso, 2020), Breanne Fahs has curated a comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos from the nineteenth century to today. Fahs collected over seventy-five manifestos from around the world, calling on feminists to act, be defiant and show their rage. This thought-provoking and timely collect…
 
While the concept of "type" has been present in architectural discourse since its formal introduction at the end of the eighteenth century, its role in the development of architectural projects has not been comprehensively analyzed. This book proposes a reassessment of architectural type throughout history and its impact on the development of archi…
 
It's always a safe bet when Groucho Marx is on hand, especially when he's hosting the madcap game show You Bet Your Life. The legendary comedian and rapid-fire ad libber keeps things moving (and audiences laughing) as pairs of contestants wager their way through trivia questions to a grand prize. And there may be a secret word dropped along the way…
 
Police in the Bay Area are bracing for what could be another night of looting in the Bay Area. Stores in Vallejo and Fairfield were ransacked last night, with officials saying the looters had nothing to do with peaceful protests. KCBS news anchors Jeff Bell and Patti Reising spoke with KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier for more.…
 
Kevin Dedner is co-founder and CEO of Henry Health. Henry Health is a digital community that provides self-care support and culturally sensitive teletherapy. Henry Health's initial target audience is black men who have the lowest life expectancy of any population. In fact, the stated goal of Henry Health is to increase the life expectancy of black …
 
Donald F. Stevens offers us a portrait of early republican life in his new book, Mexico in the Time of Cholera, published in 2019 by the University of New Mexico Press. Although Stevens uses the 1833 Cholera epidemic that devastated independent Mexico as his his point of departure, this is not primarily a medical history. Beginning with the suggest…
 
The “Mongol turn” in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries forged new political, commercial, and religious circumstances in Eurasia. This legacy can be found in the “sudden appearances” of common themes, styles, motifs, and even pigments that circulated across the continents. Drawing on visual as well as textual sources from eight unique location…
 
Siblinghood and Social Relations in Georgian England: Share and Share Alike (Manchester University Press, 2016), by Amy Harris, examines the impact sisters and brothers had on eighteenth-century English families and society. Using evidence from letters, diaries, probate disputes, court transcripts, prescriptive literature and portraiture, Harris ar…
 
Eric Lee's new book The Night of the Bayonets: The Texel Uprising and Hitler's Revenge, April–May 1945 (Greenhill Books, 2020) tells the story of the events leading up to the little-known revolt of Georgian Wehrmacht recruits against the Germans on the island of Texel, which was part of the Atlantic Wall fortifications off the Dutch coast. These Ge…
 
Most books about American music ask how it sounded, who wrote it, or who performed it. In his new book, Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840-1917 (Norton, 2019), Dale Cockrell asks a different question: where is American music? His answer is in the brothels, dance halls, concert saloons, and cabarets of nineteenth-century N…
 
In Shakespeare for Snowflakes: On Slapstick and Sympathy (Zero Books, 2020), Ian Burrows examines the fraught meeting place of slapstick and tragedy, asking us under what literary and performative conditions we extend and withhold sympathy. Using source material as diverse as YouTube comments and the plays of Sarah Kane and William Shakespeare, Bur…
 
“What is Africa to me?”, African-American writer Countee Cullen asked in Color, his 1925 collection of poems. African Americans and Africa: A New History (Yale University Press, 2019) lays out the long history of African American engagement with the continent. Nemata Blyden’s sweeping narrative weaves together iterations of Cullen’s question that h…
 
Jewish New York: The Remarkable Story of a City and a People (NYU Press, 2017) reveals the multifaceted world of one of the city’s most important ethnic and religious groups. Jewish immigrants changed New York. They built its clothing industry and constructed huge swaths of apartment buildings. New York Jews helped to make the city the center of th…
 
Brian Greene is a Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he is the Director of the Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics, and co-founder and chair of the World Science Festival. He is well known for his TV mini-series about string theory and the nature of reality, including t…
 
This week Nick of Means TV joins us to talk about Tonight We Riot, their new side-scrolling brawler about a leftist uprising against militarized police, and its oddly good timing for release. We read a snarky but grudgingly positive piece on the game from the National Review, and examine the unhinged and petulant comments section therein. Tonight W…
 
Steven Saunders (host of The Film Connection and contributor to Film ’89) makes his return to discuss the work of the legendary British comedy troupe, Monty Python. Follow Steven Saunders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatSJSaunders Buy 'Into the Eye of Magic' by Steven Saunders: https://amzn.to/2ZVfsnL Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://tw…
 
Join my private FB group American cities are on fire. Looters and rioters are burning churches and destroying businesses, big and small. Last night, they even tried to break through the Secret Service and into the White House. President Trump tweeted that the US will be designating ANTIFA as a terrorist organization. Then he escaped into a bunker f…
 
This week we discuss the 2016 musical-comedy-drama-fantasy (who knows?) SING STREET. After some reviews, we talk about the ways in which this is a musical, the use of emotion on film, and how this is a creatively structured film about creative structure (this may or may not make sense). Oh, and how this is a love story, but the female lead isn’t ev…
 
Though his advice has saved the lives of millions of people, the name Ignaz Semmelweis is not one commonly known today. In his book Anthony Valerio’s Semmelweis: The Women's Doctor (Zantedeschi Books, 2019). Valerio details the many struggles Semmelweis faced in winning acceptance for his advice on antiseptic procedures. The son of a Buda spice mer…
 
When we think of democracy, we typically think of voting; and when we think of voting, we ordinarily have elections and campaigns in minds. In this intuitive sense, voting is a matter of casting a ballot. After Election Day, votes are counted, and, typically, the majority rules. But things really aren’t so simple. For one thing, citizens bring diff…
 
How are the far-away, invisible landscapes where materials come from related to the highly visible, urban landscapes where those same materials are installed? Reciprocal Landscapes: Stories of Material Movements traces five everyday landscape construction materials – fertilizer, stone, steel, trees, and wood – from seminal public landscapes in New …
 
Political Scientist Mary-Kate Lizotte’s new book, Gender Differences in Public Opinion: Values and Political Consequences (Temple University Press, 2020) helps us to understand the concept of the gender gap in American politics and how this gap looks across a host of different policy areas. Lizotte examines four different policy umbrellas: the use …
 
Ronnie Grinberg speaks with Pamela S. Nadell, the Patrick Clendenen Chair in Women’s and Gender History and director of Jewish studies at American University. Her books include America's Jewish Women, winner of the Everett Family Foundation Book of the Year Award from the Jewish Book Council, and Women Who Would Be Rabbis, a National Jewish Book Aw…
 
You mean big business is good, contributes to our general welfare, and is not generally guilty--with notable exceptions--of all of the charges made against it? That's the argument libertarian economist Tyler Cowen makes in his book Big Business: A Love Letter to an American Anti-Hero (St. Martins, 2019) Most NBN listeners will raise an eyebrow to t…
 
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