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Podcasts, voices and sounds from the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam, Germany. The IASS conducts research with the goal of identifying, advancing, and guiding transformation processes towards sustainable societies. Its research practice is transdisciplinary, transformative, and co-creative. The institute cooperates with partners in academia, political institutions, administrations, civil society, and the business community to understand sustainability challenges and ...
 
Host: Samir Kakodkar, MD - specialist in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis Medical School: Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency: Rush University Medical Center Fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's and Colitis): Northwestern Memorial Hospital Practice Location 7900 N Milwaukee Ave Suite 19, Niles, IL 60714 For appointments: 847-318-9595 Contact: samir3@g ...
 
Learn Spanish with Doorway to Mexico, a fun language learning podcast for intermediate and advanced Spanish students. In our first 22 episodes, we listened to native Mexican Spanish teacher Paulina and her real-life students as they traveled through Mexico exploring the country's rich language and diverse cultural history. Now they’re back together again, interacting in Spanish with friends, work colleagues and other native Spanish speakers in their own neighborhoods. Not just for tourists, ...
 
Since its founding in 1992 within the School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania, the Center for the Advanced Study (CASI) has continued to uphold Penn's global reputation as a leading U.S. institution of research in South Asian studies and scholarship on India. CASI's goals are to engage in policy-relevant research focused on the challenges facing contemporary India; to nurture students' interest in contemporary India through interactions with Visiting Scholars and opportun ...
 
Does leadership in a learner-centered paradigm look different than leadership in a traditional school-centered paradigm? It seems logical that if we want learning across the organization and with all stakeholders to look different, shouldn’t leadership for learning look different? That’s the question we are going to explore in this series of podcasts developed in collaboration with TLTalkRadio and Education Reimagined.
 
The L.A. Report is a five-minute breakdown of the day's top news from Southern California, featuring the award-winning reporting of LAist.com and KPCC 89.3 FM – L.A.'s number one NPR station. Hosted by Susanne Whatley in the morning and Nick Roman in the afternoon, it's the smart way to start and end your day. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
 
"The SCS Research Podcast: Ní hansae/Not difficult" is the podcast of the School of Celtic Studies at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS). https://www.dias.ie/series/ni-hansae/ Ní hansae is Old Irish for ‘not difficult’, which is precisely what you will think after having heard the researchers explaining their research in their own words on this podcast. In each episode, O'Donovan Scholar Nike Stam will throw questions in Old Irish at her coworkers, but not to worry, they will answe ...
 
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Today in L.A.: City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas pleads not guilty to corruption charges; Moderna and J & J boosters approved by FDA; Mayor Garcetti issues threat to unvaccinated city workers; L.A. Sheriffs Dept. challenge vaccine mandate in court; Kids look to sports to learn big emotions. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation …
 
1. Who are fit for the path of knowledge, who are not? 2. Why is logic, which is intellectual, a means of knowledge but not the direct experience of trusted people or great masters? 3. Truth can be misleading. Explain. 4. How can nature of something be known? 5. What are the positive qualities in the Experiencer? 6. What are the implications of sel…
 
Here's your morning news: For some kids, NLCS game 3 was the first pro baseball experience; Redistricting commission debates Districts 8 and 9; LAPD police chief labels "ghost" guns as an epidemic as confiscations rise 400%; Significant rain expected in Northern California, less in South. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for…
 
Today in L.A.: L.A. City Council to vote on whether to suspend Mark Ridley-Thomas; Early season rain chance this weekend; Thousands of unvaccinated city workers will be required to pay for their own testing; Dodgers vs. Braves in NLCS game 3 today. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporati…
 
Here's your morning news: To ease backup, Port of L.A. to begin operating 24/7; O.C. oil spill's impact on the local economy; Dodgers head home down two games in NLCS; Boosters for Moderna and J & J shots nearing CDC approval. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Looking for my favorite stories about Christian saints and heroes? You’re in the right place! That’s what I’m talking about in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. (Heads up, I’m Catholic, so a lot of these titles will be of special interest to Catholic listeners. 🥰) There are lots of wonderful stories of Christian heroes, but these are…
 
Today in L.A.: IATSE union avoids strike; Huntington Beach to consider offshore drilling ban; Female firefighters and advocates call on LAFD chief to step down; LAUSD vaccine mandate takes effect. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Here's your morning news: LAUSD vaccine mandate takes effect today; FDA considers emergency use of Pfizer vaccine for kids under 12; Dodgers lose to Braves in game 2 of NLCS; L.A. Philharmonic has a new concert space for youth orchestra; The Comedy Store announces plans to enter the record business. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laist…
 
1. Does it mean failure if actions of a seeker do not change? 2. How can all my actions become service? 3. How can my life be without any struggle? 4. Will awareness cause a total lack of emotions? 5. What is holistic health? 6. How to recognise a true Guru? 7. How to deal with negative people? 8. How to forgive properly? 9. Is solitude beneficial …
 
In this Sunday edition: Over the last several months, we've been investigating the long history of allegations of sexual harassment and racism at the Los Angeles Fire Department. We spoke to more than 20 sources, mostly women firefighters who detailed years of hostile ‘pranks’, isolation, and harassment. They also told us about the retaliation that…
 
In this weekend edition: This month we're taking a look at apprenticeships as an alternative to a four-year college education. Proponents of apprenticeships say the model can help California workers who lack the resources for outside training advance in their careers. The LVN to RN apprenticeship program is a collaboration between Riverside City Co…
 
What's happening today: Our investigation into allegations of misconduct against women at LAFD; Thousands of city workers remain unvaccinated; IATSE strike may start as soon as Monday; Rite-Aid pharmacy workers approve new pay raise contract. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Here's your morning news: Former President Bill Clinton treated for infection at UC Irvine Medical Center; Accusations of hazing and abuse of female L.A. Fire Department members; Red Flag warnings as Santa Ana winds arrive; Check swing puts Dodgers over the Giants in nailbiter to advance to NLCS. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
Today in L.A.: Indicted L.A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas disputes corruption charges; U.S. "port envoy" says cooperation is needed for 24/7 operation; Coast Guard says Huntington Beach oil spill is smaller than first estimated; Dodgers vs. Giants in game 5 of NLDS. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
Here's your morning news: L.A. City Councilman Mark Ridley Thomas indicted on corruption charges; Port of Los Angeles to move to 24/7 operations; Alisal Fire at 15,000 acres and 5% contained; IOTSE strike may start next week. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
1. What are the characteristics of the path of knowledge? How is it different from other paths? 2. What is your best quality as a seeker and which qualities do you lack? 3. Why is knowledge ultimately ignorance? 4. If truth is subjective and arbitrary, is anything really true? 5. Why is the Experiencer confined to a human body? 6. All that changes …
 
Here's your morning news: Dodgers stay alive in NLDS; Air quality watch issued for Santa Barbara County due to Alisal Fire; New law lowers speed limits in cities; Remains of five found in U.S. Navy helicopter crash off San Diego coast; Reparations committee considers payment options; Apprenticeships as an alternative to college. Support the show: h…
 
Many of us worry about how screen time impacts our kids’ reading life. So how do we manage screens in a way that still makes it likely our kids will love to read? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… the case for helping kids engage with screens in a healthy way two times a day we go scr…
 
Here's your morning news: Utility companies on alert as high Santa Ana winds arrive; Gov. Newsom signs law banning small gas-powered engines – in 2024; More investigators join O.C. oil spill probe; Dodgers one L away from elimination. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
What's happening today: Orange County beaches reopen after oil spill; City officials announce plans to rename some L.A. landmarks in honor of Indigenous People's Day; Gov. Newsom signs new protections for journalists during protests. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Here's your morning news: COVID cases declining for past two months; Indigenous People's Day; CA first state to require ethnics studies in public high schools; Wildlife toll from oil spill continues to grow; Dodgers host Giants in game 3 of NL Division Series tonight; Sweater weather is here. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
1. Is it possible to learn and progress spiritually without taking a human birth? 2. How to get rid of fear of public speaking and how to make our expression beautiful? 3. Is the process of attaining knowledge and liberation predecided? Who decides this? 4. What are the benefits of expressing? 5. How to improve the activity of thinking? 6. Can the …
 
Birds covered in oil. Fish washing up dead. Beaches closed indefinitely. It’s been more than a week since yet another oil spill polluted our coastline. And we want to know who’s responsible. Today, we’re going to talk about the latest updates on the spill. And the biggest questions that still need answering. From science reporter Jacob Margolis. Su…
 
In this weekend edition: How an obscure 1960s rule hinders funding for mental health treatment, by Robert Garrova. Plus, CA has rent relief to give, but it’s bypassing some immigrant tenants, by Josie Huang. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
What's happening today: Oil spill investigators to end daily news conferences; In Carson, officials seek info on fouls smells from Dominguez Channel; A fifth candidate enters race for L.A. Sheriff in 2022 election; Are you ready for flu season?; Dodgers face Giants tonight in game 1 of NLDS. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
Here's your morning news: Teenage vaccination rates increasing as COVID cases continue to drop; Latest on O.C. oil spill cleanup efforts; L.A. redistricting commission seeks public comments on draft map; Latest on the return of Bruce's Beach. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
What's happening today: Coast Guard investigates cargo ship near oil leak pipeline; A 16-year old Lancaster student files claim against Antelope Valley Union High School District and L.A. County; L.A. redistricting commission seeks comments on draft map; Pfizer submits for vaccines approval for kids 5-11; Details on return of Bruce's Beach to Black…
 
Here's your morning news: Proof of vaccination for indoor events begins in November; Long Beach Unified fires safety officer involved in the fatal shooting of a young woman; Officials expect 1,500 people to help with oil Huntington Beach oil spill cleanup; Dodgers vanquish Cardinals in NL Wild Card – will face the San Francisco Giants in the NL Div…
 
What's happening today: L.A. County indoor vaccine mandate begins Nov. 6; Questions raised as California nursing homes have reported over 60,000 COVID-19 cases; Ocean currents a challenge for oil spill cleanup efforts; Dodgers host Cardinals in NL Wild Card game tonight. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
1. Is objectivity a superior criterion for knowing the truth? 2. What are the criteria for truth in science? 3. Are mathematical truths also not reliable? 4. Is science true because the gadgets work? 5. When/how does local memory interface with universal memory? 6. Why is there a border between universal memory and local memory? 7. How does the ind…
 
Here's your morning news: Investigators seek answers in Huntington Beach oil spill; Democratic Congressman renews call for offshore drilling ban; L.A. public bank one step closer to reality. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Here's what's happening today: Details of Huntington Beach oil spill emerge; Oil slick closures reach to Dana Point; Family of Mona Rodriguez calls for arrest of school safety officer who shot the student last week in Long Beach; L.A. supervisors vote to begin process of returning Bruce's Beach to descendants of Bruce family. Support the show: http…
 
Here's your morning news: Cleanup continues for Orange County oil spill; Wildlife experts assess damage cause by spill; Gov. Newsom declares state of emergency; Mayor Garcetti launches "Cool L.A." initiative intended to lower the temperature in hot neighborhoods; L.A. City Council considers plans to form the city's own bank. Support the show: https…
 
Here's your daily news: An update on the Huntington Beach oil spill, it's impact on business, and the size of spill itself. Hollywood production workers voted overwhelmingly that they ready to strike if demands are not met. Governor Newsom signed a bill aimed at reducing black infant mortality. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
Strukturwandel kann nur mit den Menschen vor Ort verstanden und gestaltet werden. Wie und wo finden wir die klugen Ideen, das beeindruckende Engagement und die belastbaren Netzwerke? Die Lausitzer Zivilgesellschaft: Ausgangspunkt für unsere Spurensuche transdisziplinärer Forschung im Strukturwandel. Wir treffen Soziologin Julia Gabler an der Hochsc…
 
1. Why is the path of knowledge also called a direct path? 2. What are the best sources of knowledge? 3. How can we get rid of ignorance without a Guru? 4. If truth is so important, why is that not our goal? 5. During progressive elimination, when all that can be experienced is discarded, what remains? 6. Why is any experience not my essence? 7. Al…
 
In this Sunday edition: Deputies in California’s Antelope Valley are disproportionately citing Black teens, often for minor infractions, like getting in fights or smoking. “They’re turning the principal’s office into the police station,” said one lawyer. An investigation by Emily Elena Dugdale of KPCC/LAist and Irena Hwang of ProPublica. Support th…
 
The three day path of knowledge program is a concise and fast way to introduce a seeker to the path of knowledge. It is not only an introduction, it provides all the essential knowledge. In this session Oneness is discussed. All that is, is essentially emptiness witnessing itself as illusory forms. I am that. Text Version : https://oormi.in/pok/ind…
 
In this weekend edition: Over the last year and a half, almost four dozen Cal Fire firefighters have suffered from heat illness during training, and since 2003 five have died. Climate and science reporter Jacob Margolis investigates. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
What's happening today: California will require vaccinations for all students; The L.A. Marathon is back; L.A. City Council redistricting commission is a step closer to submitting new map; The battle for L.A. is raging on Reddit. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
The three day path of knowledge program is a concise and fast way to introduce a seeker to the path of knowledge. It is not only an introduction, it provides all the essential knowledge. In this session Illusion is discussed. All that can be experienced is illusory. Text Version : https://oormi.in/pok/index.php?title=The_3D_Pok Join the online meet…
 
Here's your morning news: Gov. Newsom signs several bills addressing police conduct and accountability; Bruce’s Beach is going back to the family’s descendants; New trees in Boyle Heights park. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnavBy LAist Studios
 
Here's your daily news: Extended paid sick leave ends tomorrow; New computer models predict drop in COVID infections by March; San Diego judge sentences former nursing student with life in prison for 2019 Poway synagogue shooting; Tiny Home Project to house more than 100 people In Eagle Rock; Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opens for movie fans S…
 
The three day path of knowledge program is a concise and fast way to introduce a seeker to the path of knowledge. It is not only an introduction, it provides all the essential knowledge. In this session Self Realisation is discussed. Text Version : https://oormi.in/pok/index.php?title=The_3D_Pok Join the online meetings on Telegram Group @pureexp…
 
Here's your morning news: Britney Spears freed from conservatorship; L.A. City Council COVID vaccine mandate vote postponed; Academy Museum of Motion Pictures open doors in Miracle Mile district; Many Californians report unreliable internet and phone service. Support the show: https://support.laist.com/laistnav…
 
1. Is the seeker supposed to desire knowledge? 2. Why would a causal body incarnate in a disabled physical body? 3. How can we help in that case? 4. Can a virus have a causal body? 5. What can be more primitive than a virus? 6. Why don't wise people want a human body? 7. Are desires of physical body those of causal body? 8. How can we see signs of …
 
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