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The PetaPixel Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast about the wonderful world of photography. It’s a fusion of news, opinions, humor, and real-world experience, bundled into a show that you can listen to on your way to work. Subscribe today to stay up to date with what’s going on in the photo industry from one of the-most-listened-to photography podcasts. Join thousands of photographers from around the world who enjoy host Sharky James' twice-weekly photo podcast where you'll have fun, improve y ...
 
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BPRadio, the official podcast of the Brown Political Review, brings you highlights from BPR's coverage of policy and political affairs. Hosts: Annika Sigfstead and Autumn-Jade Stoner Podcast Leads: Kate Dario, Ethan Drake, Michael Seoane Podcast Associates: Miriam Arden, Casey Chan, Tevah Gevelber, Skylar Iosepovici, Lisa Li, Geireann Lindfield-Roberts, Gene Lu, Alexandra Ali Martinez, Lara Mikhail, Margaret Nesi, Katharine Orchard, Ben Rosenn, Emery Shelley, Ellie Thomson Executive Producer ...
 
The story so far: When Irish school teacher Sam Fitzpatrick and CERN scientist Michael Zhang are absorbed by a black hole, they find themselves outside the Universe on a planet populated by gigantic insect-like Entroilians and Argolaths. The Universe is merely part of their elaborate lifecycle. Michael breaks the crystal machinery surrounding it and fragments fall into the Universe where time stops everywhere except near these crystals. Sam can talk to people who hold crystal, and the insect ...
 
ONE HEAT MINUTE PRODUCTIONS began with film journalist Blake Howard examining Michael Mann's 1995 crime opus HEAT chronologically, in 60-second increments, in the aptly titled "One HEAT Minute." The finale featured the legendary mastermind director, screenwriter and producer behind the film Michael Mann. The show continues with: THE LAST (12 minutes) OF THE MOHICANS INCREMENT VICE, Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice a scene at a time. Hosted by Travis Woods ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MINUTES a po ...
 
UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra is the must-listen podcast for fight fans. Edgy veteran comedian Jim Norton and former UFC welterweight champion Matt Serra push the boundaries in the UFC's first audio series. “Unfiltered” delivers everything, including pre- and post-fight analysis, industry stories, observations, opinions and interviews with UFC sources, fighters and celebrity fans. To see how we use your data, visit https://www.endeavoraudio.com/privacy-policy.
 
Ready to grow your wealth through smarter investing decisions? With The Meb Faber Show, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and investment fund manager, Meb Faber, brings you insights on today’s markets and the art of investing. Featuring some of the top investment professionals in the world as his guests, Meb will help you interpret global equity, bond, and commodity markets just like the pros. Whether it’s smart beta, trend following, value investing, or any other timely market topic, each w ...
 
Millennial Investing by The Investor's Podcast Network is hosted by Robert Leonard (@therobertleonard) and Clay Finck (@Clay_Finck). They cover not only investing basics and investment and financial advice, but also business topics such as entrepreneurship, side hustles, personal development, and more to help educate and inspire the millennial generation. The show's mission is to improve people's financial literacy and business savvy in order to help anyone make better investment decisions w ...
 
Forum finds the most interesting stories about where we live, who we are, and charts where our region and world are headed. Hosts Mina Kim and Alexis Madrigal invite communities in the Bay Area and California to engage in meaningful conversation in a two-hour live show that informs and challenges listeners with big ideas and different viewpoints.
 
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2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles’ final album, Let it Be. To commemorate the occasion, the remaining members of the band have remixed the album and unleashed an eight-hour-plus documentary directed by Peter Jackson that lays bare the making of the record. For super-fans this video memoir reveals a lot about the messines…
 
Earlier this year, California proposed an overhaul of its K-12 math teaching guidelines to address racial and economic disparities in math achievement. The draft proposal recommends de-emphasizing calculus, detracking some students and incorporating data science and equity and inclusion into math instruction. Critics say that the framework, which i…
 
Thirty years ago, white Los Angeles police officers savagely beat Rodney Glen King, a young Black man who had led them on a high-speed chase through the city. After a jury failed to convict four police officers, despite a graphic videotape of the beating, the city erupted into violence. This season of Slate’s Slow Burn podcast dives into the events…
 
While Matt's on vacation, co-host of the UFC Fight Pass show "Extra Rounds" Pearl Gonzalez joins Jim on today's episode of UFC Unfiltered! First, Beneil Dariush joins the show. He details why he accepted his upcoming bout against Islam Makhachev in February, how his new Tesla is after calling out Elon Musk after his last win during his post-fight i…
 
The World Health Organization today warned that the global risk from the new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, is “very high”. The variant, first discovered in South Africa, has now been detected in more than a dozen countries. We’ll talk about what we know so far about how contagious the variant is and how effective vaccines are likely to be against it.…
 
Albert Samaha is the son of immigrants from the Philippines, a country molded by centuries of Spanish and American colonization and imperialism. His new book “Concepcion: An Immigrant Family’s Fortunes” is part memoir, part family history. Samaha reflects on his Filipino American identity and his family’s immigration experience, comparing the Ameri…
 
In episode 372, we welcome our guest Chas Cocke, founder of LB Partners and previously one of the founding partners of Investure, a firm that started the outsourced CIO model that’s popular today. In today’s episode, we begin by discussing Chas’ time at Investure and what it was like to work with the top money managers in the world. He covers some …
 
Mathias Clasen, nervous person and horror researcher, joins me to talk about scary movies, the virtues of horror literature, and why we're drawn to the dark side. Want to help Cassettes grow? Become a patron at patreon.com/cassettespodcast and get full-length episodes with double the content, 48 hours early. Follow Cassettes on... Instagram: @casse…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 19:05 - Why Michael decided to start focusing on hotels as an asset class and as his strategy. 26:05 - Why he believes that hotels typically perform consistently regardless of market conditions. 30:25 - How to evaluate or underwrite potential hotel investments. 31:12 - What Michael’s buying criteria is for potential h…
 
When Kmart employee Tami Reay failed to show up at work in Pierre, South Dakota on the morning of Wednesday, February 8 2006, her co-worker Brian Clark called the police to report her missing. Brian had reason to suspect that Tami might have fallen victim of foul play. He and Tami had been having an affair, and her husband had just found out. --- N…
 
The pandemic forced many of us to rethink cultural norms — one being the expectation that people, especially women and younger folks, should color or hide their roots. Amid salon closures and cancelled social events, many people chose to grow out their gray hair, and some are sticking with the look. We’ll talk about why for some the choice to go gr…
 
Airports are often the first, last, and sometimes only impression a traveler has of a city. Singapore's Changi airport dazzles; Newark Airport in New Jersey offers less delight. SFO leads the way in design with its newly opened Harvey Milk Terminal which boasts Heath tiles in the restrooms, lighting that makes you look less tired, and improved acou…
 
Last year we brought listeners the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 4, in audio format, right here on the podcast. Listeners loved it, so we’re running it back again this year with The Best Investment Writing Volume 5. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers from all over the planet. …
 
This episode of MIAMI NICE hosts Katie Walsh and Blake Howard join Director, Producer, Writer, MENDING THE LINE, INFAMOUS, NEGATIVE, LAYOVER and MTV Movie Award Winner, Joshua Caldwell. Katie and Blake talk with Josh about his fascination with Michael Mann's aesthetic, the regret that he can't re-see Miami Vice again in the theatre with a memory wi…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 2:04 - Why Neil decided to become a digital marketing entrepreneur. 4:39 - How Neil funded his business. 6:14 - Should a new entrepreneur raise venture capital for their business? 9:05 - What it means to "own your dream" and how you can make your own luck. 21:28 - What are the four major hustles? And much, much more! …
 
Imprint Companion is the only podcast on the Australian Internet about "DVD Culture." Hang onto your slipcases because Alexei Toliopoulos (Finding Drago, Total Reboot) and Blake Howard (One Heat Minute) team up to unbox, unpack and unveil upcoming releases from Australia's brand new boutique Blu-Ray label Imprint Films. This is episode is all about…
 
Last December, Forum spoke to four nurses and doctors on the frontlines of COVID care in California. At the time, cases were surging statewide, and no vaccines were available. They described heartbreaking patient deaths, overflowing ICUs and the heavy emotional toll of their work. The same healthcare workers join us again, nine months later, to sha…
 
In his latest book “Our Country Friends,” novelist Gary Shteyngart tackles the pandemic novel. In the book, the protagonist, Sasha Senderovsky, a writer whose star is slowly flaming out, gathers his family and high school friends in a pod at his country home to ride out the early days of the pandemic. Lauded by the New York Times as the “perfect no…
 
In a new cover story for The Atlantic, writer Hannah Giorgis looks critically at Hollywood’s writers’ rooms and how most of them look nothing like America. Documenting the history of Black writers who have navigated predominantly white writers’ rooms — often confronting implicit and explicit biases — Giorgis reveals the renaissance of onscreen repr…
 
Bay Area-based chef and food justice activist Bryant Terry is back with another cookbook — but this time it’s not just his recipes. He’s created “a communal shrine to the shared culinary histories of the African diaspora,” as he writes in the introduction to “Black Food.” Bringing together a number of contributors who share recipes, stories and art…
 
In episode 371, we welcome our guest, Frank Holmes, the CEO of not one but two companies – U.S. Global Investors, an investment manager with both ETFs and mutual funds, and HIVE Blockchain, the first cryptocurrency mining company to go public. In today’s episode, we’re talking ETFs and crypto! Frank starts by sharing what piqued his interest in cry…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 02:33 - What the benefits are of having a financial planner. 21:16 - What millennials can do to find the right balance between preparing for your future, while still enjoying the present. 27:15 - What financial independence really means. 48:02 - Whether millennials should consider Bitcoin as a part of their financial …
 
Earlier this year, the National Institutes of Health announced funding of more than $1 billion for research into the prolonged health consequences of COVID-19 infections. Since then, reports of what’s called long covid have only risen. Symptoms range from fatigue to coughing to chest pain and even to nerve pain. We’ll get the latest science on long…
 
Thanksgiving might be our most traditional meal, but what do we really know about all the processes that suck up raw ingredients and spit out turkeys, potato flakes, and jellied cranberry sauce into the modern supermarket? This hour on Forum, we’ll discuss the science and engineering behind some of America’s most iconic foods. We’ll talk Thanksgivi…
 
This week we are having a blast feeling really sad. Guest Brittany Luse, cohost of the acclaimed podcast For Colored Nerds, joins Nate and Charlie to dig into this fall's slate of breathtaking breakup albums from Adele, Kacey Musgraves, Summer Walker, and Mitski. Some have been calling this confluence of releases, "sad girl autumn," but the melanch…
 
It's the last episode of UFC Unfiltered before the Thanksgiving holiday! First, UFC Flyweight champion Brandon Moreno joins the show ahead of his trilogy bout against Deiveson Figueiredo in the co-main event of UFC 270 from Anaheim, California on January 22nd. He discusses how he bounced back from getting beat up during his first sparring session a…
 
You’ve heard it all before: Boomers have all the money, millennials are the unluckiest generation, gen z are changing the nature of work (and scaring their bosses). But a lot of generational analysis is really just fake science, argues social researcher Bobby Duffy in his new book “The Generation Myth: Why When You’re Born Matters Less Than You Thi…
 
The documentary "Moving San Francisco" guides viewers through a history of public transit in a region rife with innovation. From the iconic cable cars that climb the city's hills to the fleet of ferries on the bay to ride-hailing services, how people traverse the Bay Area has evolved with the times. And transit systems are still evolving - navigati…
 
In episode 370, we welcome our guest, Ashley Flucas, founder of Flucas Ventures and General Counsel and Partner for a real estate finance fund. In today’s episode, we hear how someone with a capital markets law background transitioned into venture investing. Ashley walks us through her path to break in to the world of venture capital, first by part…
 
Ashley Zhang, Twitter whisperer and metamorphosing butterfly, joins me to talk about writing, the tension between external and internal, and finding your way as a young person. Want to help Cassettes grow? Become a patron at patreon.com/cassettespodcast and get full-length episodes with double the content, 48 hours early. Follow Cassettes on... Ins…
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: 02:10 - Why Robert got into RV rentals. 04:39 - What RV rentals are and how they work. 07:41 - Why RV rentals are interesting; the pros and cons. 08:14 - How to finance an RV purchase. 38:10 - What the different types of RVs are. 44:15 - How to handle insurance for RV rentals. And much, much more! *Disclaimer: Slight …
 
In 1974, a young woman named Margaret Schafer disappeared from her hometown of Ewersbach, Germany. She was taken to deserted woodlands and strangled to death. It wasn’t long before a suspect was apprehended and the young man, Jack Unterweger, was found guilty of her murder. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. --- Narration – Anonymous Host Resea…
 
Overcoming adversity has been the hallmark of Michael Tubb’s eventful life. When he was six, his father was sentenced to a near-life term in prison. At 22, Tubbs was elected to Stockton’s city council while still a student at Stanford. At 26, he became the city’s youngest and first black mayor. Along the way he founded programs to help underserved …
 
Traveling can be a slog across the board, especially around the holidays. But for plus-size travelers it can also be a dehumanizing experience — navigating stares and glares and accommodations not built for their bodies and comfort. According to the CDC, about 74 percent of adults in the U.S. are overweight, yet this isn’t reflected in travel ameni…
 
Last year we brought listeners the entire volume of The Best Investment Writing Volume 4, in audio format, right here on the podcast. Listeners loved it, so we’re running it back again this year with The Best Investment Writing Volume 5. You’ll hear from some of the most respected money managers and investment researchers from all over the planet. …
 
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN: Robert’s biggest deal breakers when analyzing stocks. Robert’s opinion on going all-in on an investment. Whether economic stats/outlooks influence Robert’s stock purchases. When Robert thinks a stock should be sold. How Anthony built and sold two companies by the age of 25. What are the risks of investing in fine wine…
 
Episode 354 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 - Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Photographer Irene Rudnyk In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may …
 
The California School for the Deaf, Riverside’s football team is having a Hollywood-worthy season. They are the top team in their league and are on their way to clinching the title, not just by winning, but by dominating their opponents. Not too long ago, they suffered through seven straight losing seasons, and worse than that were the sneers and l…
 
Cosmic rewards await very early risers on Friday: the full moon will glow reddish-brown in the longest partial lunar eclipse in almost six centuries. We’ll hear how, when and where to view it. We’ll also talk about the Mars Perseverance Rover’s latest discoveries, the just-scheduled December launch of the James Webb Space Telescope and all of your …
 
Longtime Santa Clara Sheriff Laurie Smith is facing calls to step down from the County Board of Supervisors and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo for her handling of the county jail and its treatment of mentally ill inmates. In 2015, three Santa Clara County correctional officers beat a mentally ill man to death in a jail cell. In 2018, another group of …
 
Jim and Matt are reunited to preview this Saturday's action-packed UFC Fight Night: Vieira vs. Tate! First, they're joined by Davey Grant ahead of his bout against Adrian Yanez on Saturday. After he and Matt discuss their favorite Marvel movies, Grant discusses how growing up in a tough area of England drove him to transition from soccer to MMA, an…
 
Amid the isolation of shelter-in-place restrictions last year, three artists --Erika Chong Shuch, Rowena Richie and Ryan Tacata --responded by creating “Artists & Elders,” a project connecting artists with senior citizens to create and exchange art. Informed by Richie’s work with people with dementia, a disease which counts isolation as a risk fact…
 
Western monarch butterflies all but disappeared from coastal California last fall but there are now promising signs of an uptick in numbers. The Pacific Grove Monarch Sanctuary, which didn’t see a single monarch last winter, recently counted over 13,000 butterflies. As citizen scientists begin this year’s Thanksgiving monarch butterfly count, we ta…
 
The Transgender community holds a particular place in San Francisco history; the city by the Bay is the first to have a cultural district dedicated to that history and community. Compton’s Transgender Cultural District was named after the cafeteria that was the site of a riot in 1966, a response to police harassment of transgender people, several y…
 
In episode 369, we welcome our guest, Maya Horgan Famodu, founder of Ingressive Capital, a VC fund focused on early stage African tech, and believed to be the youngest person to launch a tech fund in Sub-Saharan Africa. In today’s episode, we start with Maya’s journey to the African tech scene. She lays out the factors behind the recent explosion i…
 
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