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When Carly Parker’s friend Yumiko goes missing under very mysterious circumstances, Carly’s search for her friend leads her headfirst into an ancient mysterious game known only as Rabbits. Soon Carly begins to suspect that Rabbits is much more than just a game, and that the key to understanding Rabbits, might be the key to the survival of our species, and the Universe as we know it.
 
Tanis podcast host Nic Silver and regular contributor MK, explore the possible existence of "The Last Movie," an infamous underground feature film, reputed to drive you insane. Legend has it that every screening of this film was surrounded by bloodshed and controversy: one reviewer actually described slipping on blood in the aisle, as he ran through dozens of people trying to tear him apart.
 
Tanis is a bi-weekly podcast from the Public Radio Alliance, and is hosted by Nic Silver. Tanis is a serialized docudrama about a fascinating and surprising mystery: the myth of Tanis. Tanis is an exploration of the nature of truth, conspiracy, and information. Tanis is what happens when the lines of science and fiction start to blur... Support TANIS to hear exclusive MINI and BONUS EPISODES and more! http://patreon.com/tanispodcast Please rate and review on iTunes if you enjoy TANIS! http:/ ...
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Essential news for the St. Louis region. Every weekday, in about 8 to 10 minutes, you can learn about the top stories of the day, while also hearing longer stories that bring context and humanity to the issues and ideas that affect life in the region. Music by Ryan McNeely of Adult Fur.
 
Our passion is to equip Christian adults with relevant, fun, age appropriate, and hope-filled ways to share God's word in everyday life with any child in your circle of influence. Together we will explore why it is so important to be intentional about sharing God's Word with the next generation of children...in the car, at the dinner table, or on rainy day adventures. They need to hear God's word. And we will make sure you CAN tell the children.
 
In an era of political division and polarized debate, we are losing our ability to hear each other. The volume of our disagreements is at an all-time high, while our ability to communicate with kindness and empathy is at an all-time low. This podcast seeks to change that by engaging people from different backgrounds and beliefs in good old-fashioned conversation. Listen in as Rabbi Michael Beyo and anthropologist Dr. Adrian McIntyre spend time listening, sharing, and discovering common groun ...
 
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What’s the crime rate in Mississippi? What if you’re charged but can’t afford an attorney? What if you commit a crime and you’re a juvenile? Our guest André de Gruy, State Public Defender gives us some answers. http://www.ospd.ms.gov/ContactOSPD.html Discussion: violent crime rate homiside rate state funded public defender's office other states cou…
 
Did you ever wonder what religious liberties your child has when sharing and living out their faith at school? It can be difficult to know where the legal lines are. Today we’re talking with Matt Sharp, Senior Council with Alliance Defending Freedom, as he unpacks the legalities behind ‘Speak, Meet, and Equal Treatment.’ Ready to hear some practica…
 
A part of our celebration of Walter Edgar's Journal at 21 we present an encore from 2014, with guest John Shelton Reed, talking about his book, Dixie Bohemia: A French Quarter Circle in the 1920s.In the years following World War I, the New Orleans French Quarter attracted artists and writers with low rent, a faded charm, and colorful street life. B…
 
As part of our on-going series, Walter Edgar's Journal at 21, we revisit a conversation with the late Dr. Abby Sallenger, who tells the cautionary tale of Isle Derniere.In the summer of 1853, many of New Orleans’s citizens traveled to Isle Derniere, an emerging island retreat on the Gulf of Mexico, presuming it a safe haven from yellow fever. On Au…
 
For this episode, JT Duley- a transfer student from Maryland, sits down with Jonathon Eigenmann to discuss his experiences as a recent transfer student to NC State University and his thoughts on what NC State has to offer. He also sits down with Director Michael Coombes of the New Student Programs to discuss the incoming transfer students, giving t…
 
The three-day festival "Music at the Intersection" kicks off in Grand Center tonight and will feature the first big live shows for some local venues since the start of the pandemic. It also marks the beginning of a fall season that could include more live events than St. Louis has seen in the past year and a half.…
 
Did you know that poppy seeds used in baking come from the same plant that produces opiates, including morphine and codeine? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Sarah Sorscher, J.D., MPH, Deputy Director of Regulatory Affairs, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). Sorscher exp…
 
The Blues Hall of Fame member and soul singer worked in relative obscurity for decades before receiving her due in recent years, propelled by a 2005 collection of radically reinterpreted classic rock songs. She is now widely considered one of the great song interpreters. Her most recent release, "Blackbirds," is a collection of songs first populari…
 
Rabbi Michael Beyo and Dr. Adrian McIntyre talk with Richard Kasper of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix and Marty Haberer of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix about philanthropy, fundraising, and nonprofit leadership in the Jewish community. (Producer's note: This conversation was recorded in December 2020 and discusses Cov…
 
On the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, Walter Edgar's Journal offers this special encore of a conversation with Lyndon Harris, who was on Wall Street the day the World Trade Center towers fell. At that time, Gaffney, SC, native Lyndon Harris was the Priest in Charge of St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel, which was across from th…
 
We all know we need a will or some kind of estate planning but what information do you need to gather to create one? Can you create one yourself? What do you need to provide to an attorney to help you draft your estate plan for after you’ve died? Our guest is attorney Kelly Kyle. http://www.kyle-wynn.com/r.-kelly-kyle.html The MPB Foundation has pa…
 
Score! From participating in youth leagues to watching sports heroes on TV, sports of all varieties can have an influence in our child's lives. Today we're talking with Justin Kleiner from Fellowship of Christian Athletes, whose mission is sharing Jesus through sports. Ready to hear how we can use the playing field as a mission field in our public …
 
Few people are familiar with the full history that shaped and preserved the fish and wildlife of coastal South Carolina. From Native Americans to the early colonists to plantation owners and their slaves to market hunters and commercial fishermen, all viewed fish and wildlife as limitless. Through time, however, overharvesting led to population dec…
 
Did you know that chronic wounds (those that have not healed in 12 weeks) affect approximately 6.5 million patients in the U.S. annually? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Nancy Collins, Ph.D., R.D., a registered dietitian who is certified in wound care, and is known nationally for her …
 
We’ve got a show that covers multiple topics – law, global trade, climate change with our guest Professor Antonia Eliason from the University of Mississippi School of Law. https://law.olemiss.edu/faculty-directory/antonia-eliason/ Discussion: Why carbon initiatives is a local and global issue EU's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism what is goal wil…
 
Today we’re diving into a topic that will help support children of all ages. Building a healthy adult support system for your child is so impactful as they grow and stretch their faith through different seasons of their life. Who is invested in your child’s life (and who would they say is important to them)? Ready to pick up some practical tips on …
 
As part of our continuing series of encore episodes celebrating The Journal at 21, we encore a 2014 episode with the late novelist Pat Conroy, author of The Water is Wide, The Great Santini, The Prince of Tides, and The Death of Santini. Conroy joins Walter Edgar for an event celebrating the author’s life; his work; and One Book, One Columbia’s 201…
 
Did you know that most cropland in the U.S. is characterized by large monocultures, whose productivity is maintained with costly inputs, such as chemical fertilizers and pesticides, and that this over-simplification of our of our food system contributes to climate change, pollution and biodiversity loss? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered d…
 
If you are an American, you have civil liberties, and our watchdog is the ACLU. We’re going to learn what is currently on their radar with our guest – Joshua Tom, Legal Director with the American Civil Liberties Union. https://www.aclu-ms.org/en/biographies/joshua-tom-legal-director Contact the ACLU in Mississippi: 601-354-3408 P.O. Box 2242 Jackso…
 
Increasing COVID-19 vaccination rates in rural America is now less of a problem of access and more an issue of trust. Scientists say people in under-vaccinated parts of the country like sections of rural Missouri and Illinois, are at serious risk, especially as the delta variant spreads rapidly.
 
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