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Strange comedy for even stranger times. Hosted by John Szeluga and Chris Sorrentino. New episodes weekly. John and Chris have been best friends and comedy partners for over twenty years. They're both married with kids. They both love comedy and ‘80s nostalgia. They can get a little nerdy at times. They get a little dirty, too. They say what they want, and they say what they shouldn't. If you’re looking for unfiltered, uncensored, ridiculously funny conversations, you’ve come to the right pla ...
 
In simplest terms, The Chris and Sal Show is about how Chris and Sal see the world. Discussions like “how do we make farts better…” and “why I like people yelling in my ear…” can be expected. Lifelong friends, the boys try to answer the deep questions of human existence so that you don’t have to. But you are more than welcome to join in!
 
Welcome to the Three Beers Inn! Our goal here at Three Beers Inn is to crack open some excellent craft brews and give our honest opinion of it. Tune in for a unique beer every week from across the country and the latest beer news. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
De familie Chuzzlewit is op jacht naar de erfenis van de oude Maarten Chuzzlewit. De kleinzoon, Martin Chuzzlewit, heeft daarnaast ook zijn oog laten vallen op de jonge en aantrekkelijke verzorgster van zijn opa. Een roman over zelfzucht. Speelt zich voor een deel af in de Verenigde Staten van Amerika. (Samenvatting Marcel Coenders)
 
Een radioprogramma met veel countrymuziek: muziek die oorspronkelijk uit het zuiden van de Verenigde Staten komt en de hele wereld over is gegaan, prachtige verhalende liedjes zonder omhaal of opsmuk gebracht, recht voor zijn raap. Heel veel gitaren, fiddles, pedalsteelgitaren en tweestemmige zang. Ook allerlei aanverwante genres (omstreken) komen aan bod, bluegrass, sixties muziek, rock 'n roll, cajun, folk enzovoort.
 
Writer-director Chris Kublan and actor Michael Rispoli discuss their new comedy Friends and Romans. The comedy follows Nick DeMaio (Rispoli), an aspiring actor who's stuck playing gangsters in mafia films. When he and his fellow mob movie extras stage a production of "Julius Caesar" on Staten Island, they unwittingly attract the FBI's attention—with comical results.
 
At the height of the Vietnam War, a government insider named Daniel Ellsberg leaked 7,000 pages of classified documents to American newspapers. The Pentagon Papers revealed that Americans had been lied to for decades about the war. Fifty years later, Ellsberg reveals his evolution from Cold Warrior to Whistleblower in the GroundTruth Podcast series The Whistleblower: Truth, Dissent and the Legacy of Daniel Ellsberg. Based at GBH in Boston, the award-winning GroundTruth Podcast has covered gl ...
 
I have done hundreds of radio interviews for radio stations all over the world including the BBC and most national and international outlets. I have decided to turn them into podcasts for your listening enjoyment. Visit this podcast site and return to it frequently so you can hear the interviews I am adding. All current episodes are featured on this podcast. The latest podcasts (6,000 visitors) can be heard HERE and on IHeart, Spotify, Stitcher,Google Podcasts and on radio stations throughou ...
 
The Mob Wives After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of VH1's Mob Wives.Show Summary: There is a price one eventually pays when married to the mob, and the bill has come due for the four women profiled in this docu-reality series. The longtime friends from Staten Island, N.Y., struggle to make sense of their situations while their family's primary breadwinner is incarcerated for mob-related crimes. The lavish lifestyle each became accustomed to has taken a hit, and where infallibi ...
 
Hosted by Bay Area transplants Joan Summers (@joaniesucks) and Matthew Lawson (@_matthewlawson), Eating For Free is a weekly podcast that discusses emerging social movements and the celebrity figures around them. Each week we investigate the use of social justice in and around the pop culture sphere, whether it's strategic branding of “feminist” messages to sell merchandise or pandering to gay audiences for likes and comments, Eating For Free aims to ask our stars, have you really earned you ...
 
"CONNECT THE DOTS" is a call in radio talk show, where I share my knowledge of the metaphysical, plus ongoing conspiracies, plus the evolution of planet earth - spiritual info - et involvement - politics - crystals - etc. I am also the only singer-songwriter, recording artist to ever run for President of the U.S. (also a 2016 write-in candidate). You can find my music at the CD Baby Music Store! Yes, I am a 2020 non-political US Presidential candidate! Visit my cell phone friendly site (2020 ...
 
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Welcome to Pod Wives, Eating For Free's first ever guest series, with host Joan Summers and iconic journalist and shitposter Harron Walker. Together, they will look back, episode by episode, at VH1's iconic cult classic Mob Wives, on it's 10th anniversary. Harron Walker: @harronwawker Joan Summers: @laracroftbarbie About: Obsessive about the dark u…
 
New York City will be rolling out pop-up vaccination sites at public schools participating in Summer Rising, the newly expanded summer school program, beginning on Monday. The new sites will be open to students, staff, parents and neighbors. Children are required to have verbal consent from a parent or guardian, either in-person or over the phone, …
 
In a partial victory for the city, a New York judge ruled today that Mayor Bill de Blasio, former police commissioners William Bratton, James O’Neill and Dermot Shea, and other senior city officials will not be required to take the stand in a judicial inquiry into Garner’s 2014 chokehold death on Staten Island. Read the story on Gothamist.com…
 
Earlier this month, Chaya Sury Gold lay in a narrow bunk bed, surrounded by concerned friends at Rav Tov, a popular Orthodox Jewish sleepaway camp at the foot of the Catskill Mountains. The 13-year-old girl, fellow campers would later tell their parents, struggled to catch her breath as she complained of worsening chest pains. A few days later, Gol…
 
Culture is re-opening across New York, and many people are already filling their calendars for late summer and early fall. But a new, multimedia work at Lincoln Center that incorporates sculpture, a soundscape, and dance, is inviting people to reflect on what it’s been like to live in the city during the pandemic. WNYC’s Jennifer Vanasco has more.…
 
Earlier this week, New York City recorded its worst air quality in nearly three years as wildfires raged out West and in Canada (and continue to do so). A thick haze covered the city’s skyline as smoke from the climate-fueled fires coated the country, traveling thousands of miles to the East Coast. But wildfire haze differs from tailpipe emissions …
 
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a package of laws on Thursday he says will keep residents safe from lead poisoning. Water systems have six months to inventory all their lead service lines and 10 years to replace them with safer plumbing. The measures comes years after Newark's lead water crisis forced the city to temporarily distribute bottled w…
 
Earlier this year, New York State legalized possession of up to three ounces for those who are 21 and older. A spokesman for the Port Authority, which operates JFK and LaGuardia Airports, said the agency enforces state laws, so it no longer issues tickets, confiscates marijuana or arrests New Yorkers who possess and transport up to three ounces of …
 
New York City’s flood maps haven’t been updated in 14 years, potentially putting tens of thousands more New Yorkers in harm’s way and leaving them without a means of paying for damage if a storm should hit. That’s according to researchers at The New School, who tracked new construction and population changes in six flood-prone neighborhoods between…
 
In an effort to boost home ownership among its predominantly Black and Latino residents, Newark officials are deploying a little-used federal program that redirects housing subsidies toward mortgages instead of rent payments. On Wednesday, city officials closed on three new homes for low-income families, celebrating in front a newly renovated house…
 
Antionette Carroll, president and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, founded her St. Louis-based nonprofit after the Ferguson uprisings in 2014. She describes herself as a social entrepreneur; equity designer; and diversity, equity and inclusion specialist, and her mission is more important now than ever. Carroll is building a movement dedicated to high…
 
In this episode we talk about finding clarity as it relates to your calling and your wants, how to be confident once you've made the discovery, and finally how to stay committed to that calling by overcoming your limiting beliefs. Nina is passionate about personal development and is known for having the wisdom of a 90-year-old with the energy of a …
 
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