A Podcasty Note from Fatty: As I mentioned in part 0 of this story, I met Floyd Landis while I was in Leadville. And then CyclingTips US Editor Neal Rogers and I got together with Floyd at Floyd’s of Leadville HQ for what turned out to be an incredibly thoughtful and interesting conversation. We talk about Floyd’s new venture: [...]
Politico’s Glenn Thursh joined me this morning to discuss the Clinton Foundation and its role in subsidizing the Clintons’ lifestyle: Audio: 08-24hhs-thrush Transcript: HH: I think Glenn Thrush of Politico ought to be on the airplane with us. Show More Summary
It’s official! Jen Richard’s groundbreaking web series Her Story, about two trans women who find love after giving up on that second hand emotion, is nominated for an Emmy. Today, the lovely Jen Richards returns to Feast of Fun to give us a behind the scenes look at the making of Her Story and the controversies behind Caitlyn Jenner’s reality TV show I Am Cait.
On the TFT Podcast, we listen to and discuss Pearl Jam’s debut album, “Ten.” Episode 225: A Failure of Social Institutions as Represented by the Recess Lady originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
Katherine Woodward Thomas is New York Times bestselling author of Calling in “The One” and Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Living Happily Even After. (Yes, Gwyneth Paltrow got the phrase… The post Calling in the One – an interview with Katherine Woodward Thomas appeared first on Dating Coach - Evan Marc Katz | Understand Men. Show More Summary
The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Media criticized for their slow response to Louisiana flood disaster; Louisiana flooding could accelerate spread of the Zika virus; PLUS: A tale of two Arctics -- Native American tribe forced to move, while luxury cruises are just getting started... Show More Summary
http://www.bobcesca.com/podcast/082316/BCS_082316.mp3 Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob & Chez Show: Very Very Tremendous Pants: More Bad News About the Climate Crisis; Hillary was Hilarious on Jimmy Kimmel; Rudy...Show More Summary
A retired corrections officer says he bought the painting from Doig in 1976, but Doig (now a famous artist) says that wasn't him. So the retiree lawyered up and went to court.
While artists may get involved in legal battles, this one is a bit different. In a Chicago case involving mistaken identity, LSD and jail time, Peter Doig has to prove he didn't paint a landscape.
Craig and John speak with agent Peter Dodd about what he looks for in a writer client, and how he sees the relationships between writers and agents and managers and executives.
What will a fair, inclusive good food movement look like? Five women debate at the Commonwealth Club.
United States Senator Tom Cotton joined me today to discuss the exploding scandal surrounding the “pay-to-play” Clinton State Department, where the price of possible access to the Secretary –not guaranteed– were hefty contributions or...Show More Summary
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton joined me this morning: Audio: 08-23hhs-bolton Transcript: HH: I’m pleased to welcome back to the program former United States Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton. Mr. Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal’s Pulitzer Prize winning James Grimaldi joined me this morning to discuss the MSM’s inexplicable —to me– refusal to put spotlight on the Marc Rich-Gilbert Chagoury business relationship and Chagoury’s massive...Show More Summary
Episode No. 219 of the Co-Main Event Podcast is now available for streaming and download.Filed under: News
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss arbitrary theater bans, whether or not it’s okay to urinate inside a theater, the genius of Tony Robbins, and the visual brilliance of The Get Down. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com,...Show More Summary
Toots Thielemans, a highly gifted swing-jazz guitarist, accordionist, harmonicist and whistler who began recording in his native Belgium just after World War II before relocating to the States in 1952 and was the composer of the jazz standard Bluesette, died... Related Stories Harry Arnold: Guest Book, 1960
DARRIN T. MISH: Welcome that would be me, THE IRS Solution Attorney Darrin T. Mish. KATRINA MADEWELL: And I’m your co-host Katrina Madewell welcome to the show on this not so beautiful Thursday morning. DARRIN T. MISH: If anyone has ever doubted our dedication to our craft here on Thursday mornings. Show More Summary
"Our society is generating poverty and inequality, and generating it way more for low-income women of color than it is for anybody else."