(Photo: Ralph Arvesen) Justin Boreta is a founding member of The Glitch Mob. Their music has been featured in movies like Sin City II, Edge of Tomorrow, Captain America, and Spiderman. In this post, we discuss The Glitch Mob’s path from unknown band to playing sold-out 90,000-person (!) arenas. Show More Summary
The precursor to the precursor of a Grammy winner.
David Corn is the Washington Bureau Chief of Mother Jones, and the author of this piece on Bill O’Reilly which led to this interview which I did with O’Reilly on Friday, this Facebook post by former CBS correspondent Eric Jon Enberg,...Show More Summary
A proposal for a significant change in the way the state of Georgia collects taxes was introduced by House leadership late this afternoon. Called the More Take Home Pay Act, the measure would create a single income tax rate of 4%, down...Show More Summary
On this week’s Mayo Clinic Radio: fixing a broken heart. Cardiac regeneration uses the body’s own stem cells to repair damage done by heart disease, Mayo Clinic cardiologist Dr. Atta Behfar explains. Also, Mayo Clinic registered dietitian Katherine Zeratsky explains the risks of juice-only diets. Show More Summary
This week the group discusses whether or not Xur should sell Gjallarhorn again, the best sniper rifle, and their favorite community moments.
Over the Moon for a Happy Chinese New Year http://www.lockergnome.com/homestead/holidayables/2015/02/19/over-the-moon-for-a-happy-chinese-new-year/ The Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle: 8 Award-Winning Mac Apps Ft. ScreenFlow, Things, and DataRescue...Show More Summary
Chuck took a last minute trip to the Daytona 500 this past weekend where American Ethanol celebrated the start of the fifth year of its partnership with NASCAR. “They’ve put over six million hard-earned miles at high RPMs on these race cars,” said Tom Buis of Growth Energy at the race on Sunday. “They got better performance, they didn’t lose... Read More
José González - "Open Book". Ke'mar's grandfather used to tell him stories about the days before Bollo was a desert. Once, long ago, before even they had been born, Bollo was an island in the midst of a wide...
Aldosteronism is responsible for a large number of cases of high blood pressure. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. William Young tells us what aldosteronism is and what can be done about it. To listen, click the link below. Aldosteronism
From civil rights to immigration and health issues such as Alzheimer's and ALS, advocacy was a big part of last night's show. Here's what people are saying about it Monday.
If you walked through the Case IH booth at the National Farm Machinery Show last week you were bound to see their line of Farmall 100A tractors. Denny Stroo, Case IH, was on hand to share his knowledge of the esteemed tractor and Chuck was there to capture it. “This particular Farmall is a 140A, which is part of the... Read More
Michael Munger of Duke University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about his latest book (co-authored with Kevin Munger), Choosing in Groups. Munger lays out the challenges of group decision-making and the challenges of agreeing on constitutions or voting rules for group decision-making. Show More Summary
“Accountability” is a word that’s easy to throw around in an organization. It’s often pretty meaningless (or not well understood). What does it really mean? People say things like: “We need a culture of accountability.” “We need to hold people accountable.” When I hear that phrase, I like to call time out and ask, “What […]
The Overthinkers tackle the the 87th Academy Awards Oscar ceremony. Episode 347: John Fact becomes John Myth, and John Myth becomes John Legend 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)]
The Overthinkers recap Downton Abbey Season 5 Episode 8. TV Recap: Downton Abbey Season 5 Episode 8 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)]
This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...
February’s MAP has landed, with music presented by 19 blogs from around the world. Brisbane’s Nite Fields – whose moody debut album, Depersonalisation, has just dropped on Felte – are representing Australia this month. Head over to our... The post MAP February 2015 appeared first on Who The Hell.