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Has the world got you down? Do you need a good laugh today? Real Funny Stories has got you covered. Fantastic married duo Brook and Julie search the underbelly of the internet 24/7 to find the most ridiculous, hilarious, and unbelievably true stories that will make your day and put a smile on your face. Join us and prepare to laugh!
 
Let there be Light - The American Israelite Newspaper Podcast is a weekly podcast that’s gives an overview and personal insight into articles of the week from The American Israelite newspaper, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Though published in Cincinnati, and the oldest English Speaking Jewish newspaper in the country, The American Israelite has for nearly 200 years devoted itself to not only local news, but regional, national and global articles of interest to any Jewish community. Hosted by Netanel ...
 
Every week, Brooklyn Magazine: The Podcast highlights prominent (and soon-to-be-prominent) Brooklynites as we explore the vast and diverse borough through the lens of culture, community and commerce. Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Brian Braiker, the show features intimate conversations with cultural luminaries, community leaders and compelling locals. These are the people who move us, entertain us, feed us and inspire us. There are a lot of little Brooklyns, and we are all a little Brooklyn.
 
Flatbush + Main is a podcast dedicated to Brooklyn history. In each episode, co-hosts Zaheer Ali and Julie Golia, historians at Brooklyn Historical Society, talk to scholars and use archives and oral history to dive deep into Brooklyn’s past, tying it to the issues facing New Yorkers and Americans today.
 
Thank you to all that listen, download and share my mixes!!! www.facebook.com/jasonbrooksdj www.twitter.com/jasonbrooksdj Live recording of Jason Brooks at 1 of Amsterdam's hottest spots, Club BlinQ during the 2014 Amsterdam Dance Event Enjoy the mix. leave a comment and share BOOKING CONTACT: Switzerland : toplinebookings001@gmail.com Everywhere else: samone@jasonbrooksdj.com SEND ALL PROMO MUSIC TO samone@jasonbrooksdj.com PLAYLIST Kamal & Costo – “Hot Underground” (Jason Brooks ADE14 RMX ...
 
Jo’s little men and women are grown up and entering new stages of life. Along with discovering their individual niches, there are lots of lessons to study, plays to perform, and parties to attend… and love is undeniably in the air. When three of Jo’s most beloved boys embark on journeys of their own, they encounter some of the most difficult challenges ever faced in their young lives. Meanwhile, back at home, Jo and her family must be strong when they receive the news that not all three of t ...
 
We are crossing the threshold of a fundamental shift in our WorldView, which carries the potential to positively transform our lives beyond any shift we as humans have ever before experienced. Much more than a fad or a trend, this creative shift of thought - into our power as creators of our lives, work and world - is massive in scope and unlimited in potential - It will alter all we know or believe we have known.
 
Welcome to Sound and Machine, an initiative to broaden listeners musical horizons, and to nurture and promote underground music genres such as techno, tech house, minimal, chill tech, etc. Your podcast host is Zita Molnar, from Zettabyte [Records] based in San Francisco. To learn more about "Sound and Machine" visit: http://www.facebook.com/SoundandMachine
 
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The right to an abortion may soon vanish. Last week the Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, and a majority of the justices appeared inclined to overturn both Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. It is in that context that we revisit this July interview with Amy Sohn, author of “The Man …
 
Ted is joined by Pam Saeks, our very own Joan Rivers, who is filling in for Julie while she is out of town. They announce a new exciting initiative in Cincinnati to bridge the gap between the sects of the local community as well as the many interesting articles found in this week's issue of The American Israelite.…
 
Colin Bennie was the top American at the Boston Marathon. He placed 7th and ran a 2:11.26. This was just his third marathon and his first marathon major. Colin ran for Syracuse University and was part of a national championship team there. He placed 9th at the Olympic Trials in 2020 which was his marathon debut. He qualified for that race at the Ho…
 
Jai Chakrabarti graced our virtual stage to launch his debut novel, A Play for the End of the World--an unforgettable love story set in early 1970's New York and rural India, a provocative exploration of the role of art in times of political upheaval, and a deeply moving reminder of the power of the past to shape the present. Chakrabarti, joined in…
 
On this episode, I'm joined by Ruben Laukkonen to describe his new model that makes sense of what meditation does to the mind, through the lens of predictive processing. Ruben is a post-doc cognitive scientist at the University of Amsterdam, a contemplative with experience in traditions like Advaita and Therevada, has consulted for the Organization…
 
When acclaimed author Yiyun Li and A Public Space magaine invited people to read War and Peace together at the start of the pandemic, thousands around the globe joined for an 85-day journey through Tolstoy’s epic novel. Tolstoy Together, based on this experiment, is a book about the art of reading and an invitation to the collective act of book dis…
 
Ted and Julie are joined by Brandt Schulz, Communications Project Manager for Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. Brant shares his path to working for the Jewish community and all the fun Jewish stuff he has learned along the way while going over fun and interesting articles from the hue double Chanukah issue.…
 
“Beautiful Country” is a spare and moving memoir in which Qian Julie Wang tells the story of the first years of her family’s life in America—where they arrived from China in 1994, and where as an impoverished undocumented girl she was never allowed or able to be her full self. In telling her personal story, she reveals a side of the American Dream …
 
Sara Vaughn is a returning guest to the show! She was first on the show on episode 283 if you want to go back and learn more about her. She also was on episode 302 with Steph Bruce and Alysia Montano to talk about motherhood and running on a panel that we did with the Donna Foundation. If you don’t know Sara, she is a full time realtor, running at …
 
When New York was sent into covid quarantine, Jeremy Cohen was already a steady working photographer specializing in social media fare for brands, portraits and big music festivals. But in 2020 the lockdown forced him to stay home … and sit still. Quarantining had the surprising effect of sparking creativity in a personal level—and ultimately go su…
 
Lanni Marchant is on the show today! Lanni is a Canadian runner and she is a 2016 Olympian where she ran both the 10,000m and the marathon. She held the Canadian record in the marathon for 6 years from 2013-2019 with a 2:28. Since the 2016 Olympics, she has had a wild few years of surgeries, loss in her life, grief and so much that she has walked t…
 
Special Co-hosts Pam and Sonny Saeks take over the podcast this week to share some great stories and go over the exciting news in The American Israelite Newspaper. The podcast gets a special visit from a local celebrity. Alex Gold, the 2021 winner of the Flying Pig Marathon joins the team to share his experience running the marathon.…
 
Award-winning journalist Eyal Press joined Greenlight to present his groundbreaking, urgent book Dirty Work, which illuminates the moving, sometimes harrowing stories of the people doing the work that society considers essential but morally compromised. Urging us to think about both secrecy and apathy as enabling injustice, Dirty Work reveals funda…
 
Civil rights attorney Maya Wiley did not win the race for Gracie Mansion. The next mayor will be Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. But Wiley had a strong showing in her first-ever run for office and enhanced her own profile as a champion for the causes she holds dear, from police reform to affordable housing and beyond. We discuss her mayoral …
 
Emily Durgin is back on the show today! She was first on the show in the summer of 2020 on Episode 274. If you want to get an introduction to Emily and her running, go check out that episode! So much has changed in her life since we first talked! When we first talked, she had recently announced that she joined the Under Armour Dark Sky Distance tea…
 
What does it mean to write a narrative of yourself? Whiting award winner Nadia Owusu joined Greenlight to launch the paperback edition of Aftershocks, her debut book and a deeply felt memoir about belonging, the seismic emotional toll of family secrets, and the heart it takes to pull oneself out of the wreckage. Tope Folarin (A Particular Kind of B…
 
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