The Green News Report is also available via... IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: 30 years after the world's worst nuclear accident, new efforts to contain it; Record number of nations sign Paris Climate Agreement on Earth Day; World Bank and IMF launch push for global price on carbon; PLUS: Solar-powered plane goes halfway around the world... Show More Summary
Dammit Damian, Comedian Cody Spyker & Musical Guests The Windermeres telling stories of bad dates and romance gone wrong! Photo by Brittany Strummer MOSTLY HARMLESS LIVE: “Dates from HELL: Stories of Romance gone wrong!” Guests include Comedian Cody Spyker , & musical guest: The Windermeres!! Recorded in front of a “studio” audience at Mutiny Information Cafe […]
Let's take a trip in the wayback machine a bit. It's late October 2004, and Wired Magazine has just released its November issue, which has a cover story about how sampling is the future, in which the magazine was able to get a bunchShow More Summary
Martin and Frank discuss competing criteria for evaluating transit projects, the viability of Paine Field, ReachNow’s launch, and the case for 130th Street station. http://traffic.libsyn.com/seattletransitblog/STB_podcast_015.mp3 As always, you can subscribe in iTunes. Also, if you like the show, leave us a review.
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Nathan LeBrasseur tells us about one of the earliest hallmarks of aging, and it's not gray hair or wrinkles. To listen, click the link below. Muscle Loss and Aging
Purchased From and Permission Granted by Adobe "The obscure we see eventually. The completely obvious, it seems, takes longer." Edward R. Murrow For those who are unfamiliar with Edward R. Murrow he is the individual by which journalists, broadcast journalists in particular, have supposedly measured themselves for sixty to seventy years. Show More Summary
On April 15, an historic event: the reunion of the original Hot Nasties – Ras Pierre Schenk, Rockin’ Al, Nuclear Age and Ed Tomwards – in studio! Dixie Fried and the CJSW folks kindly offered their impressive studio space for the Calgary punks to get together on Canadian soil for the first time in more than […]
Just how desperate is North Carolina GOP Gov. Pat McCrory to lay the blame for HB2 on anyone but himself? Well, this sitting governor has now released an attack email against a sitting mayor: Charlotte's Jennifer Roberts. Nothing like...Show More Summary
John and Craig sit down with screenwriting legend Lawrence Kasdan to discuss Star Wars, Raiders, The Bodyguard and how he’s shaped some of the most iconic big-screen stories and characters of our lifetime.
When it comes to sustainability in agriculture, the most precious natural resource for the industry to preserve is our young people, and the GROWMARK System and FS member cooperatives are all about that. GROWMARK has a long history of making a significant investment in youth, from helping to fund Ag in the Classroom, to supporting FFA and 4-H, to a... Read More
Episode No. 202 of the Co-Main Event Podcast now is available for streaming and download. This week, the artists never known as princes look back at UFC 197, plus all that crazy Conor McGregor hubbub. Filed under: News
In this episode of “A Cast of Kings,” Joanna and David discuss first episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones, “The Red Woman.” Thanks to textline.com for sponsoring us this week! Go to textline.com/castofkings to get an additional...Show More Summary
Fucked Up - "The Other Shoe" Walking behind mini-malls, past the dumpster full of carpet rolls, through holes in fences. Every suburban teen has their own geography; a favourite convenience store, an abandoned park at night to sit i...
In the 1950s, everyone in jazz and pop was sweet on Richard Rodgers. Many of the composer's highly melodic songs were easy to sing and leverage for swinging interpretations. Whether they were written with Lorenz Hart or Oscar Hammerstein II,... Related Stories John Williams: Rainbows
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the passing of Prince, the visual brilliance of Lemonade, and the relatability of Catastrophe. Be sure to listen to the /Filmcast interview with Jeremy Saulnier and read Sonia Saraiya’s piece on Unbreakable Kimmie Schmidt. Show More Summary
When people first start blogging, particularly with an eye to monetise, they often focus on a niche or specific topic, and spend their time providing value and being “useful” to their audience. But recently listener Dorothy asked myShow More Summary
Josh, Joe, Andrew and Jonathan hang out to talk phones we don't like, Live Cases, Moto G 4th gen and more. Enjoy AA Podcast 060.
Each month, over one million people access Facebook over the dark web via Tor. So why does Facebook offer such a site and why would people even want to use it? The company says the primary drivers of this growth are privacy, security...Show More Summary
Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 04-23-16 On Mayo Clinic Radio, Dr. Stephanie Faubion offers advice to women going through menopause. Dr. Faubion is director of the Women's Health Clinic and Office of Women's Health at Mayo Clinic. She is also medical editor of the new book titled, Mayo Clinic — The Menopause Solution: A doctor's guide […]
As a hush came over the theater last night and the lights went down for the opening scene of the documentary Thirsty Land, the sound of rain pounding on the roof served as background noise. A bit ironic. Especially in light of meeting a community in California that has run out of water. Thirsty Land, directed and produced by Conrad... Read More