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We all have a cluttered desk. It’s a space that holds what we want to read, watch, and think about. Join the hosts of The Cluttered Desk Podcast—Colin Cox and Andrew Hicks—as they talk literature, film, comic books, politics, critical theory, theology, and anything else that might tickle their fancy. The Cluttered Desk Podcast is produced and recorded in Bristol, Virginia with music by Test Dream.
 
Welcome to This Earper Life: a podcast about the stories behind the fandom. Hosted by Anne and Cat, two Earpers who want to know more about the show and fandom they love. Each week This Earper Life takes a closer look at the stories behind the show and the fandom that celebrates it.
 
Longtime friends and authors Krista Gilbert and Alexandra Kuykendall share relatable, practical and fun conversations on faith, motherhood and leadership. Often inviting another friend into the conversation, listeners will be inspired to take that next step, do that hard thing, and encourage their family and friends to do the same as they walk through the doors God opens. Let's be world changers for good right where we are!
 
This podcast, hosted by veteran animator Brian Finlay is about creative driven people and their journey. Not only do we talk about their successes but we also talk about the failures that come along the way, how do they over come when the odds are against them? How do they ignore the "nay" Sayers? Why do they go to bed and wake up thinking about their artistic passion? To put it in simple terms, they are Drawn To It!
 
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We’ve all experienced the frustration of working in clinical environments that just don’t seem to be set up intuitively. But what if there were ways to improve the design of the places and processes where clinicians practice? In this episode, we spoke with Dr. Andrew Petrosoniak and Dr. Chris Hicks, both ER docs at St. Mike’s Hospital in downtown T…
 
In this episode we had a great conversation with Dr. Sam Minor. Dr. Minor is a general surgeon in Halifax, Nova Scotia at Dalhousie. Dr. Minor has helped develop in situ trauma simulations that help not just residents but also staff surgeons prepare for major traumatic injuries. Dr. Minor also tells us about what it’s like to practice in Halifax an…
 
Since COVID stormed the globe, mental health has been a main topic of conversation. But the reality is that this conversation has been building for many years due to increased digital use, social media, fractured families and communities, and our understanding of the definition of mental health. 1 in 5 adults experience mental health problems each …
 
This week is a basketball buddy showdown between Brady Klopfer and Sabreena Merchant! Who will reign supreme in this California battle? Is Jonathan Kuminga the next big thing? Is our show... wholesome? Like, share, subscribe to find out! Follow Brady on Twitter: @bradyklopferNBA Follow Sabreena on Twitter: @sabreenajm --- This episode is sponsored …
 
Western ruins have long been understood as objects riddled with temporal contradictions, whether they appear in baroque poetry and drama, Romanticism’s nostalgic view of history, eighteenth-century paintings of classical subjects, or even recent photographic histories of the ruins of postindustrial Detroit. Decay and Afterlife: Form, Time, and the …
 
Does today's episode turn B into a skeptic!? Join us as we parse through the legend of Robie-Andrews Dorm at the University of Southern Maine, where we will see thumps, lights flickering, cold spots, and...prank calls? Are these ghosts just jokers or is one of Maine's most famous hauntings just not up to code? You can reach out to us via email - ho…
 
What if this new year we resolved to have better limits? What if more quiet is what we really need? How about if we build a "spacious life" so that we can experience more of God in 2022? As part of our Healthy Way series, we talk about our spiritual lives and how we must create space for that part of ourselves to commune with the Holy Spirit. Ashly…
 
This week, Paul hosts an NBA episode with Seth Partnow, author of "The Midrange Theory" and frequent contributor to The Athletic. Listen to hear about the book and to play along with some hoops trivia, then go buy and read "The Midrange Theory" to finally understand advanced analytics in basketball! Follow Seth on Twitter @SethPartnow Check out the…
 
These are the ingredients for a perfect clusterfuck; a little murder, some theft, a bit o' kidnapping, and a dash of illegal possession of a firearm. Listen to Jackson tell the tale of how one man performed a speed run to prison, we also talk about new pods, and tasty Maine treats. You can reach out to us via email - homegrownhorrorpod@gmail.com - …
 
Female friendships can be… complicated. Today in the Healthy Way Series we are looking at how to be healthier in our friendships in 2022. If you’ve ever struggled in friendship, or if you need some encouragement on how to cultivate deeper and more meaningful relationships, this is for you! This is one of our favorite topics as a Sisterhood. We are …
 
This week, Brandon hosts a (mostly) NFL and Bills-centric episode with Larry Olmsted, author of the excellent book "Fans: How Watching Sports Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Understanding." Listen to hear about the book and to play along with some football trivia, then go buy and read "Fans" and check out everything Larry writes! Follow Larry…
 
We are delighted to bring you our CaRMS 2022 general surgery residency highlights! We invited all the English-speaking general surgery programs across the country on to the podcast to talk about what makes their program unique. We were able to get most of the programs across country. Our hope is that this episode will be helpful for prospective app…
 
Happy New Year, Homies! For our first episode in the shiny, new year of 2022, B tells us about one of her favorite ghost backstories and her personal connection to the theatre it calls home. We talk goals for the podcast, ghost hunting, smeltin', and the logistics of storing sand. You can reach out to us via email - homegrownhorrorpod@gmail.com - s…
 
As we head into 2022 we want to be intentional about how we use our time and talents. We invited productivity expert Tanya Dalton to kick off the Healthy Way series and the year. Because we don't want to be frantic women running from task to task, responding to the crisis of the minute, but women working out of our priorities with a plan on where w…
 
Happy new year to all our listeners! We hope you all have a fulfilling and healthy 2022!We are very excited this week to bring you this episode on Black Surgeons in North America. This initiative lead by Dr. Don Nakayama is an amazing collection of the contributions of black surgeons across North America. We were lucky to sit down with Dr. Vivian M…
 
We talk about record players with modern(ish) controls, & confusing cloud storage Other things we talk about: 1980s 'Stranger danger' adverts SanDisk's slotMusic & slotRadio Children listening to Hitler speeches backwards Facebook's confusing file browser Eating megabytes Links mentioned: Forgotten memory? slotMusic & slotRadio|Techmoan The Unusabl…
 
On this episode of HGH we talk about the 24 year killing spree of James Hicks, one of Maine's most infamous serial killers. This story has so many love interests, Bill Shakespeare would tell him to go easy. B and Jackson also talk about how their holidays went, express their disgust for "crimes of passion", and send their love out to the listeners.…
 
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