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The Cut is a weekly audio magazine exploring culture, style, sex, politics and more. Each week, an ensemble of voices, led by host Avery Trufelman, engages in the conversations that matter most in our current moment. Intimate, provocative, and probing, the Cut aims to ask questions before listeners even know they have them, always with a generous wit and an expansive idea of what is possible. From New York Magazine and The Vox Media Podcast Network. New episodes every Wednesday.
 
A biweekly conversation with Yankees Magazine editors Alfred Santasiere III, Nathan Maciborski and Jon Schwartz about the articles they're working on, what's happening around the Stadium and so much more. Featuring exclusive interviews, guest appearances and deep dives into the players and stories that Yankees fans crave.
 
If you love New York City then this is the podcast for you! The Gossipnista podcast seeks to continue enriching the lives of New Yorkers and those looking to visit or move to New York City. Join host Mariana Monks, as she asks all the questions you've ever wanted to know about the Big Apple through interviews with special and expert guest within various fields in New York City. Tune in as we pull back the curtain on the city that never sleeps and inspire you to live your best and most authen ...
 
There’s little doubt that TV is driving the cultural conversation, but there could still stand to be more great conversation about TV. That’s where the Vulture TV Podcast comes in. In this weekly podcast, New York TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz and Vulture TV editor Gazelle Emami will go deep on what matters most the world of television, what makes good TV, and how good TV gets made. Their conversation could, and will, encompass everything from the hot-button points of a given show—did you see ...
 
Welcome to WomenHeard, presented by New York Women in Communications: a career-oriented podcast featuring candid conversations with women in communications. Host & career expert Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich chats with successful, passionate guests about topics that are top of mind for working women: career advancement, equality in the workplace, compensation, & more! Guests also share their advice on universal career topics, such as mastering the job interview & time management. The goal of Wom ...
 
Annie Grossman of the NYC-based dog training center School For The Dogs answers training questions, confronts myths, geeks out on animal behavior, discusses pet trends and interviews industry experts. Annie encourages people to become literate in the basics of behavioral science in order to help their dogs and themselves. Tune in to learn how to use science-based methods to train dogs (and people) without pain, force, or coercion! Show notes: schoolforthedogs.com/podcast Have a dog or puppy ...
 
What About? is a podcast about ideas, words and magazines by WeTransfer Studios and magCulture. Magazines are built on stories, and every story starts off as a spark. This series looks at those sparks and the stories they become. Each episode features a short interview with the editor and a full reading of some of the world’s best magazine writing. WeTransfer is the easiest way to send big files around the world. Unleash your creative ideas.
 
Since its launch in November 2015, Fresh is the Word has been a documentation of your host K-Fresh as they journey through their love of music and pop culture, as well as using this platform to share they growth on topics important to women, people or color and the LGBTQ community through the artistic lens of pop culture. As an ever evolving podcast, K-Fresh is going back to his musical roots focusing more on the music artists they are passionate about from the past and present by telling st ...
 
AHMM introduces The Hitchcock Podcast Series. Each month we post a new reading of a favorite story from our archives, selected and introduced by the magazine's editor, Linda Landrigan. For over 60 years, AHMM has published the best in short crime fiction. This podcast series features stories by AHMM contributors, occasionally supplemented by interviews with the authors. Visit TheMysteryPlace.com for more stories, book reviews, subscription information, and more.
 
The Red Transmissions podcast aims to document the work, behind-the-scenes moments and creative process of the incredibly interesting characters in our network, be it in Copenhagen, New York, or around the world where our correspondents find themselves or our poetic adventures take us. Find out why artists do what they do, how they do it, and hear about the inner workings of their projects. Contemporary happenings and conversations on culture, music, art, film, poetry and independent project ...
 
'3 From The 7' is Relix’s weekly news podcast, chronicling three of the jam world’s biggest news stories from the last seven days. Hosted by Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta (Assistant Editor, Relix) and Karina Rykman (Bassist, Marco Benevento + Karina Rykman), '3 From The 7' takes an exciting look at everything from tour announcements to festival lineups to epic live sets.
 
An educational resource to inspire and inform the next generation of creatives and help them make better career decisions. Creative Lives is a podcast series profiling interesting creative careers – from how they identified an interest in the industry, to landing their first job.
 
If you can bet on it, you can bet we’ll talk about it on The Prediction Trade! Whether it’s sports, politics, financial markets, weather, the economy or pop culture, you’re only a few clicks away from placing legal wagers on all sorts of events and outcomes. The Prediction Trade lives at the intersection of probability, prediction and profit. We take a stats- and facts-based approach to wagering and trading in the prediction markets. Each episode features pros from the prediction trade: gamb ...
 
Can an outfit change your life? For many of us, the answer is a resounding yes. Welcome to What I Wore When, a weekly podcast hosted by Glamour digital director Perrie Samotin. Every Monday, Perrie sits down with actors, writers, musicians, reality stars, and other influential women to discuss what they wore during a pivotal moment in their life—and why it mattered. It’s not just about fashion—it's also about the seemingly small choices we make every day and how they affect us more than we r ...
 
From the pages of Allure, the world’s leading beauty magazine, "ALLURE BACKSTAGE" guides you behind the scenes at the fashion shows in Milan, Paris, and New York. Host Linda Wells, Allure founder and Editor-in-Chief, brings you the top looks as well as interviews with designers, supermodels, and the world's leading beauty experts. "TOTAL MAKEOVER," one of Allure's most popular features, follows three women during a year long, non-surgical overhaul of their bodies, including advice, instructi ...
 
Life after college graduation is never easy, especially when you're broke. As I go through my journey, I'm bringing some of the dopest creatives in the New York City with me. Join us as we drop knowledge on how to barely survive...and if this all goes according to plan, we'll all be set for Early Retirement.
 
House Beautiful, Town&Country and Veranda magazines partnered with three distinguished interior designers—Thom Filicia, Richard Mishaan and John Saladino—to furnish and decorate three luxury townhouses, themed to their favorite films, at Soho Mews, a new residential development of 68 dwellings designed by noted architects Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, and landscape architect Peter Walker, at 311 West Broadway in Manhattan's trendy Soho neighborhood.
 
For two and a half years, Emily Bazelon has been followed people through a special court in New York designed to be a speedy machine for the harsh punishment of illegal gun possession. Along the way, a strange thing happened—the politics outside the courtroom started to change when a new generation of activists and insiders began challenging the old system the gun court was part of. Charged | A True Punishment Story brings you a fight to transform one big-city justice system.
 
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New York Magazine reports that the Pandemic Puppy boom has left many New Yorkers in a kind of do-gooder competition to see who can qualify to get one of a seemingly dwindling number of rescue dogs. Annie talks about why it’s so hard and how that this fact is probably a good thing for the dogs involved. She offers some tips on how to acquire a shelt…
 
Wakey wakey, Upper East Siders. Gossipnista here, your one and only source into the lives of New Yorkers. It seems like July 8th is a big day for most everyone, but none so much as me. After a long awaited return and a new podcast episode about GG... Spotted, on episode 34 People Magazine’s, Dory Jackson, dishes all she knows about the new Gossip G…
 
There is a bipartisan infrastructure deal, and it looks likely to pass. The smorgasbord of other progressive wish list items that was supposed to follow its passage, however, is more imperiled than ever. Couple this with a disappointing second-quarter GDP number, and you have to wonder if the government spending to which we’ve committed ourselves o…
 
Today's podcast takes up the fulfillment of what we've been warning against—the public-health people are lowering the boom again in a self-defeating effort to control the spread of the COVID variant by controlling the behavior of... the already vaccinated. We take apart the reasons proffered by the CDC director for this bizarre guidance. Then we ta…
 
We’re kicking off Season 2 with a conversation about how we can go above and beyond the expected to create truly unique customer experiences. Host Kristen Meinzer talks with Tina Roth Eisenberg, a successful entrepreneur who epitomizes an imaginative and intuitive approach to business. Her diverse collection of enterprises include a co-working spac…
 
Finding stories in pop culture about transracial adoption are few and far between. But finding characters and storylines that reflect the complexities of growing up in white families is almost impossible. Cut producer Schuyler Swenson talks with writer Rebecca Carroll and consultant Angela Tucker about why it’s so rare to see narratives of adoption…
 
Featured Artists Charlie Tweedle Modular Seattle Vol III Warren Walker Oora Gaytheist Peter Speer Tim Held Behind Myself Wharton Tiers Balance Spring Zera Marvel Samuel Edmund Patchwerks New Address: 4129 Stone Way North, Seattle WA PATREON: Tim's YouTube: Discord Server: SPONSORS Tiny Crush Mixing: https://www.tinycrushmixing.com/ After Later Audi…
 
The guest for this episode is Detroit-based composer, pianist, and vocalist Vanessa Cuccia to talk about her debut album This is a Spell. I came across Vanessa’s music earlier this year when a mutual friend shared her single “Ode to Body” on Instagram. I really liked the song, but when I heard the full album and learned more about her, I definitely…
 
American athletes are having a tough time at the Olympics. On today's podcast, we suggest various causes, among them that there is no longer a psychic benefit to be gleaned from representing your country in these games. We also wonder at the competency of American politicians and the potential horrors awaiting Afghanistan as we pull out. Give a lis…
 
The Glue Guys run through the Nets impact of the Grizzles-Pelicans trade, the things to think about when it comes to the Nets approaching the NBA draft, whether the Nets will use their draft assets to trade DeAndre Jordan and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy The Athletic
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to J. Robert Lennon, author of numerous short stories and novels. In the interview, Lennon discusses his daily writing practices, the importance of revision, and the creation of his new novel, Subdivision, which features a supernatural world with its own unique makeup and logic. Lennon also talks about his recentl…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of our podcast! We have a new name (WomenHeard) and a new look, but we’re still featuring the same thoughtful conversations with inspiring women in the communications industry. In episode 44, we check in with Ashley Miles, president of NYWICI and founder and CEO of Franklyn West, a business growth collective. She talks about NYW…
 
With municipalities around the country reimposing indoor masking recommendations or even mandates, no one seems to be asking whether the fully vaccinated will welcome much less endure restrictions they shouldn’t have to observe. Is a backlash brewing? Also, California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall election is looking more and more like a tossup.…
 
We’ve checked back into the Continental for another installment of Light the Wick. This time we are chatting with David Leitch, co-director of the first “John Wick.” We talk about why he doesn’t actually receive co-directing credit on the first film, discuss the differences from the script to the film version, and what his involvement in the franch…
 
Today's podcast continues our conversation from yesterday about the Jeff Bezos expedition and the hunger among elite liberals to heap scorn and derision upon it, him, and the very idea of technological progress. Why? And are there really breakthrough infections? And what can we learn from Eric Adams, NYC mayoral candidate, and his commonsensical ne…
 
Long before Britney Spears’s shocking testimony, her diehard fans had been sounding the alarm. For years they made hashtags and videos demanding the courts to “Free Britney" while the rest of the world just walked on by. But now those fans -- and maybe Britney herself-- are finally seeing redemption. The Cut’s Jazmín Aguilera and Angelina Chapin ta…
 
For this episode, we are joined by a hip-hop legend, New York emcee O.C. of the crew Diggin’ in the Crates (DITC), but he’s humble enough to not accept that title just yet. O.C. originally jumped on the scene as a guest on Organized Konfusion’s “Fudge Pudge”, the soon after on the remix of MC Serch’s “Back to the Grill”. O.C. would go on to meet th…
 
Today's passionate podcast features praise for the American people when it comes to vaccination and serious querying why we are turning this amazing national mobilization success into a neurotic failure. And we celebrate Jeff Bezos's trip into near-space and ask again why it is that we are being told by the liberal establishment that it is a pointl…
 
Live from NYC it's Pod Mod with DJ Cherish The Luv and NYMS! Cherish https://djcherishtheluv.com/ NYMS https://nyms.love/ Calytrix https://nyms.love/user/calytrix/ Dysonant https://nyms.love/user/dysonant/ Saddle Up The Robots https://nyms.love/user/saddleuptherobots/ Space Grandma https://goldenalphabet.bandcamp.com/ Kako Guzman https://kakoguzman…
 
Michael Brendan Dougherty of National Review joins us today to discuss his controversial NR piece, "Convincing the Skeptics," which caused a firestorm on Twitter for supposedly showing undue sympathy for those who aren't getting the vaccines. We also talk about bad polling and the very bad Kenneth Roth of Human Rights Watch. Give a listen.…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to photographers James and Karla Murray, who are on a mission to capture the unique charm of New York City’s storefronts and advocate for small businesses. In the interview, James and Karla explain what it was like to teach themselves the basics of photography while juggling multiple jobs. They also discuss the pro…
 
An Editor-at-Large is not someone who is wanted for arrest by the police for crimes against journalism. Bryan Curtis (@bryancurtis) fills us in on what it means to be an Editor-at-Large for The Ringer, which includes hosting the popular media analysis podcast The Press Box. Countries featured: USA Publications featured: Nightline, The New Republic,…
 
Annie was pretty psyched to see The New Yorker had two articles in a recent issue that looked like they'd touch on the science of behavior as it relates to both training dogs and raising children. One article is about pandemic pet ownership and rescuing dogs from China; the other is about sleep training infants. Ultimately both underscore what she …
 
Today's podcast features COMMENTARY columnist Matthew Continetti joining us to ruminate upon the Biden administration's response to the events in Cuba, the outrageous imposition of an indoor mask mandate in L.A. county, and why liberals seem to think the only way to be properly sexual these days is to be in a throuple. Give a listen.…
 
When you think of Hawaii, you probably think of an island paradise filled with palm trees, sunshine and surfers. It’s certainly not the most urban backdrop for street photography, but that doesn’t stop HNL Street Collective from creating some glorious street shots. Their photos may look a little different from someone shooting NYC, but these guys k…
 
For this all new episode of Light the Wick, we’re once again chatting with master cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who shot “John Wick: Chapter 2” and "Chapter 3." This time we discuss the challenges of bloody squibs before moving onto his long collaboration with Guillermo del Toro (set to continue with this year’s “Nightmare Alley”), including a few …
 
The podcast crew expresses skepticism at the notion that Biden and the Democrats have a brilliant strategy to get their $3.5 trillion spending bill passed. And we express skepticism about Joint Chiefs chair Mark Milley's self-portrait as the man Who Saved America from the New Nazis. And we praise Olivia Rodrigo, who's great. Give a listen.…
 
James B. Meigs joins today's podcast to discuss the Delta variant surge and the continuing refusal of many on the Right to act to contravene it. We also talk about the weirdness of Democratic senators announcing they had agreed to a $3.5 trillion deal that, in fact, they hadn't all agreed to—and why on earth the Biden administration is giving into …
 
Trey Anastasio Band have a new bassist, Bob Weir's been trying out a new form of social media, and Bonnaroo is making lineup changes just two months out from its big 2021 event. All this and more on 3FT7. [Recorded July 13, 2021, Send your messages to RafandKarina@gmail.com]By Karina Rykman, Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta
 
A lot of people have been sweet on Olivia Rodrigo’s new teen breakup album “Sour.” The Cut’s B.A. Parker finds a teenager who created a way to appreciate the album through a fake relationship, and reminisces about the teen heartbreak music that makes her nostalgic for being a sad girl with big feelings. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podca…
 
This week we chat with Margot Blue about her new album (re) Currents https://iuwerecords.bandcamp.com/album/re-currents Margot'sYouTube https://youtube.com/channel/UCeEBCF6iWDqY2sbNvgHz47Q Patchwerks New Address: 4129 Stone Way North, Seattle WA PATREON: Tim's YouTube: Discord Server: SPONSORS Tiny Crush Mixing: https://www.tinycrushmixing.com/ Aft…
 
For this episode, I’m joined by Skynd, lead singer and one half of the industrial-tinged, true crime-inspired electronic duo also known as SKYND. SKYND is the dark creative outlet for Skynd, along with producer and multi-instrumentalist Father. SKYND released Chapter I in 2018, followed by Chapter II in 2019. Now, with over 18 million hits on YouTu…
 
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