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Matt Fraser Releases We Never Die

Always a pleasure to step within his source of energy....

5m
Aug 19
Peggy Rowe Releases Vacuuming In The Nude

Absolutely one of the funniest authors and realists around...

9m
Aug 18
Emile Hirsch From The Immaculate Room

What if you could win 5 million for staying in a white room for 50 days? How long would you last?

11m
Aug 18
Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face's Music Party

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face’s Music Party On Nickelodeon Face is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party, a brand-new music variety show premiering Monday, June 6, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT). The interactive series that combines animation and live action (13 episodes) will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. Face’s Music Party will debut as part of the ongoing “Music Mondays”-themed preschool programming block and air regularly Mondays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

8m
Aug 17
Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face's Music Party

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face’s Music Party On Nickelodeon Face is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party, a brand-new music variety show premiering Monday, June 6, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT). The interactive series that combines animation and live action (13 episodes) will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. Face’s Music Party will debut as part of the ongoing “Music Mondays”-themed preschool programming block and air regularly Mondays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

8m
Aug 17
The Lyrics From Billys Forest Chapter 304

Trees in a forest expand one ring with each passing year. What if human's could do it too? How long would it take for us to look obese? We're constantly shedding pieces of our lives. But do we ever get to go back to see if the dropped can be replanted, replenished or tossed even further away? Through daily writing I'm able to pick up such seeds or weeds. Being open with your writer expands your creative process while putting focus on your deeper more available purpose.

3m
Aug 17
Sheriff Reginald B Scandrett From 60 Days In

The change has to begin somewhere. This sheriff knows the path and must teach it...

7m
Aug 17
Dan Hampton Releases The Book Valor

Dan Hampton brings us the action-packed story of an American hero, Lieutenant Bill Harris, who survived a harrowing imprisonment in a Japanese POW camp during WWII. Through an unpublished memoir provided by Harris’ daughter, military documents and personal photos Harris’ experiences are dramatically revealed. William Frederick “Bill” Harris was 25 years old when captured by Japanese forces during the Battle of Corregidor in May 1942. This son of a decorated Marine general escaped from hell on earth by swimming eight hours through a shark-infested bay; but his harrowing ordeal had just begun. Evading and fighting for months, he embarked on another agonizing voyage to Australia, but was betrayed by treacherous islanders and handed over to the Japanese. Held for two years in the notorious Ofuna prisoner-of-war camp outside Yokohama, Harris was continuously starved, tortured, and beaten, but he never surrendered. Teaching himself Japanese, he eavesdropped on the guards and created secret codes to communicate with fellow prisoners. After liberation on August 30, 1945, Bill represented American Marine POWs during the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay before joining his father and flying to a home he had not seen in four years.

12m
Aug 17
The Daily Mess Team Building

August 16, 2022 I heard a commercial based on the evolution of team building at work. It starts with identifying the department leaders being a disconnection to those willing to try. I do remember those team building gatherings where the same three people waddled up to receive their awards. Why do businesses spend thousands of dollars taking their players to obstacle courses and walking trails? No matter the meeting the same three people keep winning while the rest of us take the long and winding road home. The commercial wants listeners to come work for them. They don’t spend their working hours trying to build a team. They want there to be a team at step one. Nobody is going to feel left out due to the constant winners. Sadly, in today’s business world the moment you think you have a winning team? It falls apart. Just like the NBA and NFL free agency rips things to shreds. It reminds me of a group photograph. The smiles and togetherness look good on paper until you take a pen and start scratching off the images of those who’ve left. Before long only three remain. You know who they are.

5m
Aug 17
The Daily Mess Team Building

August 16, 2022 I heard a commercial based on the evolution of team building at work. It starts with identifying the department leaders being a disconnection to those willing to try. I do remember those team building gatherings where the same three people waddled up to receive their awards. Why do businesses spend thousands of dollars taking their players to obstacle courses and walking trails? No matter the meeting the same three people keep winning while the rest of us take the long and winding road home. The commercial wants listeners to come work for them. They don’t spend their working hours trying to build a team. They want there to be a team at step one. Nobody is going to feel left out due to the constant winners. Sadly, in today’s business world the moment you think you have a winning team? It falls apart. Just like the NBA and NFL free agency rips things to shreds. It reminds me of a group photograph. The smiles and togetherness look good on paper until you take a pen and start scratching off the images of those who’ve left. Before long only three remain. You know who they are.

5m
Aug 17
Dan Hampton Releases The Book Valor

Dan Hampton brings us the action-packed story of an American hero, Lieutenant Bill Harris, who survived a harrowing imprisonment in a Japanese POW camp during WWII. Through an unpublished memoir provided by Harris’ daughter, military documents and personal photos Harris’ experiences are dramatically revealed. William Frederick “Bill” Harris was 25 years old when captured by Japanese forces during the Battle of Corregidor in May 1942. This son of a decorated Marine general escaped from hell on earth by swimming eight hours through a shark-infested bay; but his harrowing ordeal had just begun. Evading and fighting for months, he embarked on another agonizing voyage to Australia, but was betrayed by treacherous islanders and handed over to the Japanese. Held for two years in the notorious Ofuna prisoner-of-war camp outside Yokohama, Harris was continuously starved, tortured, and beaten, but he never surrendered. Teaching himself Japanese, he eavesdropped on the guards and created secret codes to communicate with fellow prisoners. After liberation on August 30, 1945, Bill represented American Marine POWs during the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay before joining his father and flying to a home he had not seen in four years.

12m
Aug 17
Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face's Music Party

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face’s Music Party On Nickelodeon Face is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party, a brand-new music variety show premiering Monday, June 6, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT). The interactive series that combines animation and live action (13 episodes) will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. Face’s Music Party will debut as part of the ongoing “Music Mondays”-themed preschool programming block and air regularly Mondays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

8m
Aug 16
Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face's Music Party

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face’s Music Party On Nickelodeon Face is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party, a brand-new music variety show premiering Monday, June 6, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT). The interactive series that combines animation and live action (13 episodes) will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. Face’s Music Party will debut as part of the ongoing “Music Mondays”-themed preschool programming block and air regularly Mondays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

8m
Aug 16
Dan Hampton Releases The Book Valor

Dan Hampton brings us the action-packed story of an American hero, Lieutenant Bill Harris, who survived a harrowing imprisonment in a Japanese POW camp during WWII. Through an unpublished memoir provided by Harris’ daughter, military documents and personal photos Harris’ experiences are dramatically revealed. William Frederick “Bill” Harris was 25 years old when captured by Japanese forces during the Battle of Corregidor in May 1942. This son of a decorated Marine general escaped from hell on earth by swimming eight hours through a shark-infested bay; but his harrowing ordeal had just begun. Evading and fighting for months, he embarked on another agonizing voyage to Australia, but was betrayed by treacherous islanders and handed over to the Japanese. Held for two years in the notorious Ofuna prisoner-of-war camp outside Yokohama, Harris was continuously starved, tortured, and beaten, but he never surrendered. Teaching himself Japanese, he eavesdropped on the guards and created secret codes to communicate with fellow prisoners. After liberation on August 30, 1945, Bill represented American Marine POWs during the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay before joining his father and flying to a home he had not seen in four years.

12m
Aug 16
Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face's Music Party

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 480 With Cedric Williams From Face’s Music Party On Nickelodeon Face is back for a new generation of preschoolers in Face’s Music Party, a brand-new music variety show premiering Monday, June 6, at 11 a.m. (ET/PT). The interactive series that combines animation and live action (13 episodes) will feature a reimagined Face as host and VJ, playing modern pop hits and revamped nursery school classics to create the ultimate music party. Face’s Music Party will debut as part of the ongoing “Music Mondays”-themed preschool programming block and air regularly Mondays at 11 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon.

8m
Aug 16
The Lyrics From Billys Forest Chapter 304

Trees in a forest expand one ring with each passing year. What if human's could do it too? How long would it take for us to look obese? We're constantly shedding pieces of our lives. But do we ever get to go back to see if the dropped can be replanted, replenished or tossed even further away? Through daily writing I'm able to pick up such seeds or weeds. Being open with your writer expands your creative process while putting focus on your deeper more available purpose.

3m
Aug 16
Dr Neel Shah From The Color Of Care On Smithsonian

Executive Produced by Oprah Winfrey, The Color of Care – an original documentary from the Smithsonian Channel and Harpo Productions -- traces the origins of racial health disparities to practices that began during slavery in the U.S. and continue today. Using moving testimony from those who lost loved ones to COVID-19 and frontline medical workers in overwhelmed hospitals, expert interviews and powerful data, the film exposes the devastating toll of racism that is embedded in our healthcare system.

12m
Aug 16
The Lyrics From Billys Forest Chapter 304

Trees in a forest expand one ring with each passing year. What if human's could do it too? How long would it take for us to look obese? We're constantly shedding pieces of our lives. But do we ever get to go back to see if the dropped can be replanted, replenished or tossed even further away? Through daily writing I'm able to pick up such seeds or weeds. Being open with your writer expands your creative process while putting focus on your deeper more available purpose.

3m
Aug 16
Lee Grant From The Movie Killian And The Comeback Kids

In August, film distributor Hope Runs High will release its latest feature film across VOD platforms - bringing the much-lauded "Killian & the Comeback Kids" to a national audience outside of its 30 city theatrical release. For composer-writer-director Taylor A. Purdee, "Killian & the Comeback Kids" is a passion project that has united a dynamic team of creatives both onscreen and off. Concurrently with digital release, the film's screenplay will be preserved by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' permanent archive. With the film's initial theatrical releases, Purdee became the youngest director in 2020 and 2021 to have a film playing in major American exhibition circuits. He is also the first bi-racial director-star of African American descent to have a film theatrically released in the United States in the 21st century. 'Killian' is the story of a young mixed-race musician forced to return to his rural hometown, burdened by the expense of his college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance takes his summer in a new direction as the pair enlist a rag-tag band of other struggling locals to play a music festival coming to their once-prosperous steel town. With youthful ambition and an unflagging passion for folk-rock, Killian and the band take a shot at uniting their divided community and setting the stage for their futures.

16m
Aug 16
Lee Grant From The Movie Killian And The Comeback Kids

In August, film distributor Hope Runs High will release its latest feature film across VOD platforms - bringing the much-lauded "Killian & the Comeback Kids" to a national audience outside of its 30 city theatrical release. For composer-writer-director Taylor A. Purdee, "Killian & the Comeback Kids" is a passion project that has united a dynamic team of creatives both onscreen and off. Concurrently with digital release, the film's screenplay will be preserved by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' permanent archive. With the film's initial theatrical releases, Purdee became the youngest director in 2020 and 2021 to have a film playing in major American exhibition circuits. He is also the first bi-racial director-star of African American descent to have a film theatrically released in the United States in the 21st century. 'Killian' is the story of a young mixed-race musician forced to return to his rural hometown, burdened by the expense of his college degree. A chance encounter with a childhood acquaintance takes his summer in a new direction as the pair enlist a rag-tag band of other struggling locals to play a music festival coming to their once-prosperous steel town. With youthful ambition and an unflagging passion for folk-rock, Killian and the band take a shot at uniting their divided community and setting the stage for their futures.

16m
Aug 16
Affirm New Season Of Hope

As things evolve we all move through change. Put hope ahead of all challenges...

1m
Aug 16
Play It Forward Episode 479 Jim Sonefeld From Hootie And The Blowfish Releases Bow To Him

This is Play It Forward. Real people. Real stories. The struggle to Play It Forward Episode 479 With The Drummer Of Hootie And The Blowfish Jim Sonefeld Two-time GRAMMY®-winning drummer, songwriter, inspirational speaker, and author Jim “Soni” Sonefeld is set to release a new EP, Remember Tomorrow, this Friday, July 29th, on Vere Music. Its first single, “Bow To Him,” was released this past March, marking Sonefeld’s first solo release since the completion of his three-EP cycle Found In Love in 2015. Remember Tomorrow picks up where Love left off, using a palette of gospel, rock, country, and pop songs to paint a rich and earnest portrait of his personal journey of healing and religion.

10m
Aug 16
Pod Crashing Episode 164 With Bobbi Brown And Anjali Kumar From The Important Things

Pod Crashing Episode 164 With Bobbi Brown And Anjali Kumar From The Podcast The Important Things The Important Things with Bobbi Brown and Anjali Kumar is a podcast that asks the question: how can you lead a life of fulfillment? The ongoing pandemic has given us all the opportunity to examine what really matters most to us and what brings us true contentment. Each week through candid conversations with friends, thought leaders, creators, and entrepreneurs (including Jennifer Fisher, Gloria Steinem, Jeopardy Champion Amy Schneider, Soccer Legends Ali Krieger and Ashlyn Harris, Charity Founder Christy Turlington Burns) Bobbi and Anjali uncover ways we can all learn to live more authentic, gratifying lives. Not the usual platitudes and advice, but the TRULY important stuff; the learnings and habits that anyone can take along for the ride.

19m
Aug 16
C.T.C.S. Episode 45 Teaching Kids How To Steal

I’m C.T. When I’m not hosting podcasts I’m in the real world. Everybody has to work. My job is C.S. Customer Service. Solutions, relationships and generating motivation to keep my team pumped and connected to every guest who chose to stop in to pick up a few things or large baskets with everything. This is C.T.C.S. Episode 45 Teaching Kids To Steal

15m
Aug 16