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The New School presents conversations, book signings, art, and lectures with thought and action leaders of our time. We are a learning community of 4,000 people in the Bay Area and around the world dedicated to learning what matters. TNS focuses on the emergent, seeking out the thought and action leaders who are bringing discussion, beauty, and change to the world. We present events and podcast them in many areas: arts and sciences, health and the environment, and inner life. We follow strea ...
 
Haiku Pea is a podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features Haiku from Patricia McGuire and her contributing guests, as well as sharing knowledge on the evolution of Haiku, particularly English language Haiku and offering recommended reading for Haiku beginners and the experienced alike. Let’s Haiku together.
 
Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells! Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listeners. After the story, Pete will deconstruct each part of the story, explaining why and how certain props are used, the educational benefits of them and ...
 
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On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Wes, Joey and Higgy talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. This week, we discuss the big win vs FSU, we talk about what needs to happen to keep this rolling vs Wake Forest, the HUGE men’s basketball commitment, more epi…
 
Decided to branch out and start a new column called GameDay Prep starting with the UCF game. You all liked it and read it so much I thought...hmm...Lets keep that up. So that idea evolved into me thinking of how much easier it would be if i recorded it and could play off of the questions being and answers. That sounded fun to me. This weeks opponen…
 
Margaret got in touch to ask The Naked Scientists: "Science has now identified actual nerve endings that humans and other mammals have that send that itchy feeling to the brain. Do snakes and other amphibians have these same nerve types? Have frogs been seen scratching an itch?"Harry Lewis dived deep to find an answer and Gerhard Schlosser from the…
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Wes and Joey talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. On this episode, we discuss the Cards epic win over UCF, their upcoming contest against floundering FSU, discuss Louisville Live and our favorite moments, annnnnnd “Ea…
 
Join host Ned Buskirk in conversation with Dr. Lata Mani - cultural critic, contemplative writer & filmmaker - while they talk about her life-changing car accident with a Pepsi-Cola truck, the gifts of life’s ruptures, & The Poetics of Fragility, a “videocontemplation” she conceived & scripted, interweaving stories of bodily frailty with optical vi…
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Sam, Wes and Dalton talk about what’s going on in the land of the Cards in this bonus episode! This week, we discuss the victory vs EKU, how underwhelming it was, should we keep Satt, should we run off Tyra, fan experience-gate, Louisville Live …
 
Listener Mark was curious to know: "Since the Universe is expanding, and light coming across it stretches as it does so, becoming more red, what happens to the lost energy when the shorter wavelength, higher energy light towards the blue end of the spectrum is shifted into lower energy, red wavelengths?" Cameron Voisey went off to figure it out... …
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Wes, Dalton, and Joey talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. This week, we discuss the aftermath of the Mississippi game, if Coach Satt’s seat is hot or not, our predictions for EKU, and Louisville Live. Also, Louisvill…
 
Headphones at the ready as audio-guru Steven Wilson talks to What Do You Call That Noise? The XTC Podcast about his stereo mixes and 5.1 surround versions of XTC classics. Quizzed by three Marks – Fisher, Reed and Smotroff – the Porcupine Tree musician takes a deep dive into Drums and Wires, Black Sea, Skylarking, Oranges and Lemons and Nonsuch– no…
 
Join host Ned Buskirk in conversation with Rachael Cusick - producer at the public radio program & podcast Radiolab - while they talk about grief & cookies, the Burrito of Okayness, & her recent Rabiolab episode The Queen of Dying, an audio biography on the surprising life of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, the woman who gave us The Five Stages of Grieving.…
 
We use verbal numbers and we use numerals - why do we need both? Why do we have the ones we have? What happened to Roman numerals? And what's loserish about the fiftieth Super Bowl? Stephen Chrisomalis, professor of anthropology and linguistics and author of the book Reckonings: Numerals, Cognition and History, returns to the Allusionist to explain…
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Wes, Higgy, and Joey talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. We each give our Louisville-Ole Miss game predictions, discuss our beliefs about how Louisville MBB season will play out, rag on Shawn’s new ride, discuss the …
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast, coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios, our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Wes and Joey talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. We each give our game-by-game predictions for the upcoming season, pick our locks for the upcoming season, pick our breakout freshman player, talk Basketball Additions…
 
Join us for a conversation with TNS Host Steve Heilig and artist-naturalist Keith Hansen about his new book of illustrations: Hansen’s Field Guide to the Birds of the Sierra Nevada. Identify and learn about more than 250 birds of the Sierra Nevada. From tiniest hummingbirds to condors with nine-foot wingspans; from lower-elevation wrens to the rasp…
 
Join TNS Host Steve Heilig in conversation with “the point man” for drug policy reform efforts, Ethan Nadelmann. They’ll talk about a wide range of drug policy issues, concerning both illegal and legal substances, what has worked and what has failed, and where to go from here.Ethan NadelmannDescribed by Rolling Stone as “the point man” for drug pol…
 
Join host Ned Buskirk in conversation with Smiley Poswolsky - millennial workplace expert, motivational speaker, & author - while they talk about our disconnected lives, what to do about it & his book Friendship in the Age of Loneliness… & how a dear friend’s death connects it all. Get Smiley’s book “Friendship in the Age of Loneliness”: https://bi…
 
Dave got in touch with The Naked Scientists to ask, "How much of the brain is memory?" This week Harrison Lewis only just remembered to get in touch with Amy Milton from the University of Cambridge. Thank goodness he did, as Amy has extensive experience wrapping her head around this brain teaser... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting th…
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast coming to you live from the Fitness Market Studios! Our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Sam, Joey, Dalton and Higgy talk about what's going on in the land of the Cards. We also got a fire new intro from our guy BSIMM! We talk Media Day, Open Practice, predictions, Lamar, Basketball newcomers, Louisville Live at Churchill, Oly…
 
This week on the Haiku Pea Podcast from poetrypea.com our haiku community write original poems using the technique yūgen. Yes it's difficult to use and understand, but there are so many wonderful poems here, you'll enjoy learning about it.If you enjoy it please consider going to the website and buying me a coffee. It helps to pay for costs and I'd …
 
This is the Tranquillusionist, in which I, Helen Zaltzman, read all the salads from the 1950 recipe book 282 Ways of Making a Salad, with Favourite Recipes by British and American Personalities and Stars by Bebe Daniels and Jill Algood, with the purpose of giving your internal monologue a break by replacing it with some absolutely inconsequential w…
 
Reparative Philanthropy: Releasing Wealth for Social Justice~Part of the Money as Medicine series of events co-presented with the Center for Healing and Liberation at Commonweal~We welcome host Victoria Santos to The New School, in this first conversation in our Money as Medicine series of events. In this conversation, Victoria talks with CC Gardne…
 
Join host Ned Buskirk as he passes the baton to Nick Jaina for a special "Producer's Episode" where Nick talks with his wife Chelsea about how they met at a YG2D open mic & how the openness & honesty of that space provided the perfect beginning to their relationship. Find Chelsea Coleman's music at https://www.chelseacolemanmusic.com/ Find Nick Jai…
 
To mark the release of My Failed Songwriting Career Volume One, XTC's Andy Partridge talks about writing to order, the collaborations that work – and those that don't – and the perils of being a songwriter for hire. As well as sharing insights into the four songs on the first EP, the XTC frontman gives a sneak preview of the four that follow on Vol…
 
Join TNS Host Michael Lerner in a spiritual biography conversation with Janet Moses.Janet Jemmott Moses, MDJanet involved herself in the Civil Rights Movement at a young age. The New York native was only 22-year-old when she decided to join the front lines as an activist. She participated in picketing and sit-in-movements in New York, before headin…
 
Join TNS Host Michael Lerner in conversation with Matthew Barzun about his new book, The Power of Giving Away Power: How the Best Leaders Learn to Let Go. About the book:"In this practical and personal journey, Barzun brilliantly layers lessons across history and industries with his own experiences as an internet entrepreneur, political organizer, …
 
Join host Ned Buskirk in conversation with Staci K. Haines - a national leader in Somatics & the author of The Politics of Trauma: Somatic, Healing and Social Change - while they talk about the shock & ceremony of her mom's diagnosis & dying, their co-creating a Declaration for the end of life, & how these personal experiences of loss connect to so…
 
Beth wrote in to ask "My dog is always licking her fur but never gets a hairball. Why don't dogs get hairballs?" Sally Le Page spoke to three animal aficionados: Nick Sutton, Science Communications Advisor at The Kennel Club; Justine Shotton, Junior Vice President at the British Veterinary Association; and Ann Hohenhaus, Staff Doctor at NYC's Anima…
 
On this episode of the CSZ Podcast brought to you by the Jamon Brown Foundation, we come to you live from Four Pegs Beer Lounge! Our guys Jeremy, Shawn, Joey and Dalton talk about what's been going on in the land of the Cards the past few weeks. We talk Marcus Carr, New season Ticket options, Softball game, Uncle Samuell, WBB Commit, recruiting upd…
 
They're not ladies and they're not birds; they're not even technically bugs! But that's not the most surprising thing about ladybirds/ladybugs and their brilliant variety of names. Tamsin Majerus AKA Dr Ladybird explains why ladybirds are so great; and Johanna Mayer and Elah Feder of the podcast Science Diction, about words and the science stories …
 
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