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Best New Podcasts in the Last Year 2021 has been a wild ride, but it's also bought us some of the best new podcasts we've ever heard. This is a rare playlist where no matter what episode you listen to, you're sure to be taken on a journey.

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18 of the Best Podcasts Ever Made If you're new to podcasts, or if you're looking for your new favorite show, these podcasts are the perfect place to start your journey. We've got you covered when it comes starting a new comedy, true crime, science, fiction, and documentary series.

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Born on islands Islands communities, like Tasmania often have their own distinct culture and often have many things in common, regardless of geography it seems , for example, a sense of community and closeness that may be lacking in other places. Also there is a sense of independence 177 Nations of Tasmania
Stories from the Middle East Personal stories from people born in the countries of the Middle East now living in Tasmania 177 Nations of Tasmania
God’s Steadfast Love Man needs to know that God is ever faithful to His words when we anchor our trust on Him. LIVING BY HIS WORD
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Dynasty Football Season 1 Season 1 of our Dynasty Football League. Follow the ups and downs, hot takes, news and interviews from our first season Dynasty Fantasy League Est. 2021
Comedy Corner - A Playlist of Stand-Up Jokes From Hilarious Comedians A comedy playlist of great jokes and stand-up sets by some of the best and up-and-coming comedians to make you laugh out loud. Molly Ann Hale
Sister Zombie, A Memoir by Anna Appleby Teenage twin sisters struggle with identity issues after moving to a small town. Also, zombies.

A radio-play in 47 chapters.

Starring Angie Morency.

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The Best Podcasts Not Owned By Spotify Looking for something that Spotify did not buy and push through it's promotional engine - namely NOT the Joe Rogan Show. Here are some great podcasters that did not sell their soul to Spotify. Vurbl Voices: Vurbl's Creators & Influencers
Delivery Season 1 Several former acquaintances receive communications from an old friend regarding his time as a courier.
One of these "friends" is sharing these communications in hopes of tracking down this missing, and apparently, sick old friend.

Is this friend who he purports to be? What are his true motivations for searching for this infirmed individual?

The recollections from the "old friend" are of a curious nature and whilst, in the beginning, appear to be unrelated there is the common thread of the courier company.

The communications evolve to include some "interviews" with other individuals, across the globe, who have had similar encounters whilst employed within the logistics industry.
When some of these accounts reveal similar elements, a more sinister thread is uncovered.
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Invitation into God's Kingdom The kingdom of God is here. We are to live out our lives in love for God, and love for others as we love ourselves.
DFL - Ep. 19 Chrome Future (ft. Andy Fems) Hosts Jimmy and Kevin continue with the deep dive series by taking a look at Chrome Future. GM Andy Fems joins to give his outlook on his team.
DRIVE FOR FIVE - CHASING A CHAMIONSHIP In 2001 a young Brazilian driver name Helio Castroneves arrived at the corner of 16th St and Georgetown Rd. in Speedway Indiana. Twenty years later, Helio Castroneves joined racing’s most exclusive Club becoming the only the 4th driver in IndyCar history to win the Greatest Spectacle in racing FOUR times.

And this week Castroneves is at the precipice of joining another club….a club of one. As he chases a 5th 500 win.

In this week’s Wind Tunnel Episode Jack and Helio trace the energetic divers IndyCar career from the beginning. It is a career that is marked by success casted from happenstance, tragedy and indictment.

You’ll learn how all that has changed the driver known as SPIDER MAN and how he believes that it will fuel his drive for five.

You’ll also meet a 2nd generation driver who hopes to go one better than his dad. Scott Riggs is a Virginian late Model Legend. His winning performances played a role in his son Layne Riggs’s decision to follow his dad onto the short track late model scene.

Layne is already a proven winner on the circuit but his goal this season is a NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series National Championship. Something that his father never accomplished.

He and Jack unpack Layne’s approach to racing, his goals and the impact of following a father.
THE RIL DIL PODCAST NBA PLAYOFF EDITION "THE FINAL FOUR AND K-DOT" Catch this latest edition of the RIL DIL PODCAST as I was joined by Rob Sapp to discuss Golden State's dominant game 1 victory over the Mavs 00:50, and the Eastern Conference Finals as well. We discuss Kendrick Lamar's latest album 26:09, What happened to last year's NBA Finalist 34:32 and we look at the Buffalo Bills schedule and predict their record 1:05:06 this and much more on this edition of the RIL DIL PODCAST Subscribe, Like or Comment at WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/C/RILDILPODCAST

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May 23, 1945 – In The Middle Of Festivities, Resignation – Churchill To Step Down. News for this May 23rd 1945 had much to do with the abrupt resignation of Prime Minister Winston Churchill and the call for Parliamentary elections to take place in July. It was speculated Churchill would resign sometime after VE Day was declared, the rancorous atmosphere between Winston Churchill‘s Conservative Party member and members of the Labour and Liberal parties was sufficient enough for Churchill to end the squabbling once and for all.

So, on top of dealing with a war-ravaged Europe, a war-ravaged Britain and a war still going on in the Far East, there were now elections to contend with.

Full plate, this day in 1945? I’d say.

Even though the Churchill news took center stage (at least for a few days), there was still much going on throughout the world. Nazi lynchpins Hermann Goering and von Runstedt, recently captured by the Allies, were now en route to England. Reports said Goering was in a hotel in Northern England, but no word on where von Runsdtedt was being kept. No reason was given as to why both Nazi War criminals were now in England, but many thought the move was necessary as they would be safer in the UK than in Germany for now. Speculations, but no answers.

Sweeps were continuing, with the Allies arresting and taking into custody all members of the former German High Command and the acting German government in Flensburg. Arrests included some 300 Nazi Officers and well as many prominent civilians, amid calls for swift and appropriate justice for the former Nazi Officials.

Back in the States -It was confirmed President Truman would be heading to San Francisco to address to final session of the Security Conference in June, or whenever the Conference concluded. President Truman was also receiving a number of resignations of Cabinet members and preparing to make new appointments, since he assumed office in April after the death of President Roosevelt. The latest resignation came from Attorney General Francis Biddle, who informed the President of his intentions a few days earlier. President Truman was expected to formally announce Biddle’s resignation in a press conference later on that day. It was just one of the latest in a series of political intrigues happening in Washington on this day.

And the War in the Pacific was still grinding on with Allied victories coming at a quicker pace – quicker, but still bloody and hard-fought.

All that, and a lot more for the unfolding events, this May 23rd in 1945, as presented via NBC’s News Of The World
Dental Practice Sales - https://transitionselite.com/ TransitionsElite is recognized as one of the top transitions advisors in the professional practice industry. Buying or selling a Veterinary, Optometry & Dental practice is a big decision. Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

Dental practices are businesses that provide services related to dentistry. They include general dentists, orthodontists, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, periodontists, pediatric dentists, and other specialists. Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

A dental practice can range from $50,000 to over $1 million depending on location, size, and specialization. The cost of a dental practice varies greatly by geographic region, but the average price is over $200,000. Some practices have been sold for as much as $500,000 or more. In addition, some practices may be acquired at a substantial discount because they have outstanding debt or need restructuring to make them financially viable.

The value placed on a dental practice depends on many factors - including the reputation and brand equity in the community; the patient volume; the number of staff members; the financial health of the practice and its ability to grow; and how long it has been operating. In most states, a dental practice must pay an annual license fee to maintain its licensure. A dentist's professional liability insurance also protects against claims arising out of medical malpractice. An experienced marketing firm will help you determine.

How do you price a dental practice to sell?
The first thing you need to know about pricing a dental practice is that it depends on several factors, such as location, number of patients, competition, etc. The second thing you should consider when setting the prices for your practice is how much money you want to earn from it. If you are looking to build a business that generates significant income, then you must be prepared to invest some amount of money into marketing and promotion. Otherwise, you will end up losing money. You may not get as high of a return if you are just trying to generate enough cash flow to cover your living expenses.

Do you use Facebook to advertise your dental practice? If not, it might be worth considering. You can create a group where people can share photos and videos, post news articles, and connect with each other. You can also share content with friends who aren't members of your group, so they'll receive updates too. Check out our article on how to build a fan page for tips on creating a successful Facebook presence.

The best way to attract patients is by offering dental care in a clean, comfortable environment. To do this, you should invest in high-quality furniture and materials, such as chairs and lighting. Investing in these items helps make your office feel inviting and gives patients a positive first impression.
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What If? Hi Vince....here's this week's subjects....the song was a
good find...I remember it well. you will find it on Spotify or
YouTube ...BUT make sure it is by Dina Garipova as there
are a few different songs with the same title......."What If" by
Dina Garipova.

Packaging.....why is everything you buy so hard to open
without a road drill?

The footballer coming out as gay has hit the news....this
aint news...who cares?...on his money he should learn to
ignore abuse from morons.

Prince William and the national anthem was booed at the
cup final.....and as always the small handful of boneheads
get maximum publicity from the media who continue to
scrape the barrel for "news".

And still on the Royalty front...Charles and Camilla will be
appearing in East Enders which defies comment.

The 4 hours of the Eurovision also received another shed
load on the news which brought in many complaints to the
BBC who as usual "felt they got it right"

Along with Speke Airport becoming The John Lennon
Airport we now have a ferry terminal on the Mersey being
named The Gerry Marsden Terminal....what next the Ringo
Star Yellow Submarine....sorry...SIR Ringo.

The couple who won 180 million on the lottery have been
squirting champagne everywhere on the news.....big
mistake in my opinion.

This weeks song is very interesting......it is called "What If"
and is sung by a young lady called Dina Garipova....it asks
the question as to what a better world it would be if we
opened our arms to each other, came together as one and
and buried our guns...it was Russia's 2013 Eurovision
entry....seems a shame they don't listen to their songs.
Optometry Practice Sales - https://transitionselite.com/ TransitionsElite is recognized as one of the top transitions advisors in the professional practice industry. Buying or selling a Veterinary, Optometry & Dental practice is a big decision. Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

Are you looking for ways to increase optometry practice sales? If yes, then you should read this article. Optometrists are always looking for new ways to increase their income. This article will provide you with some great ideas. Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

The number of patients seeking eye care has increased over the years. As a result, the demand for eye exams has also risen. This means that optometrists have to look for ways to increase their revenue. There are several ways through which optometrists can increase their revenues. One way is to start selling eyewear. Another way is to sell other health-related items such as hearing aids. There are also other ways through which optometrists can boost their profits.

One of the best ways through which optometry can enhance its profit margins is by selling eyewear. This is because optical stores usually charge a higher price for spectacles. The first step is to determine if the patient has dry eyes. If so, they will likely benefit from using artificial tears. If not, then it may be necessary to refer them to an ophthalmologist (eye doctor) who specializes in treating dry eye disease.

How to Value an Optometry Practice?
To value an optometry practice, you need to calculate the net present value of the future earnings from each patient. The first step is to determine the average annual income per patient. This number is usually based on the average amount paid for glasses and contacts. Next, you must estimate the lifetime of each patient. If you know how long patients keep their glasses on, you can use that information to adjust the Here Are Some Tips value of each patient. Finally, you must add up all of the values to arrive at the total value of the practice. If you want to value your optometry practice, you need to consider its net assets and current market value. You should also compare the two values to determine whether or not your business is worth the amount you paid for it. You should value your optometry practice by considering both its net assets and its current market value. It is important to note that there is no standard method for valuing an optometry practice. Therefore, you must do your own research before making any decisions.

Optometrists are independent business owners who work with patients to diagnose and treat vision problems. They may also prescribe glasses or contact lenses, depending on their state's laws. In some states, optometrists must complete two years of residency training after graduating from school. Most optometrists work full time; however, some optometrists choose to open up solo practices or join groups of optometrists.

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Supersister - Pudding en Gisteren Ballet - 1972 - Past Daily Nights At The Round Table. Supersister were a band more heard about than actually heard by a lot of people, particularly in the U.S. – at a time when Prog Rock was coming into its own, they were one of the premier bands out of Europe in the early 1970s. The Dutch four piece, consisting of Robert Jan Stips, keyboards and vocals. Ron van Eyck, bass. Sacha van Geest, Flute and Marco Vrolijk, drums were a remarkable ensemble, whose deft musicianship made them one of the leading lights of the movement.

Often compared to bands like Caravan, more for their uniqueness in approach and tight ensemble than actual similarities, Supersister became a group of musicians musicians – a band other musicians listened to and got ideas from. Proof of that came in the form of a tribute to the band by fellow prog band Camel who named a track from their Mirage lp, Supertwister as a nod of appreciation to the band.

Tonight, as a reminder if you haven’t heard them in a while, and as an introduction if you haven’t heard them yet, here is a track (the entire side 2) from their 3rd album Pudding en Gisteren recorded in 1972, which would prove to be their last album with the original lineup. Sadly, Supersister dissolved by 1974. A brief reunion in 2000 for the L.A. Progfest and a tour of Europe in 2001 was cut short when co-founder Sacha van Geest suddenly died of heart failure. The band reunited once again as a three piece in 2010, but it was again cut short by the death of original bassist Ron van Eyck before a scheduled performance at the 2011 Nearfest in Holland.

One of the great and much-admired bands, who still sound as fresh and inventive today as they did 50 years ago.
Veterinary Practice Sales TransitionsElite is recognized as one of the top transitions advisors in the professional practice industry. Buying or selling a Veterinary, Optometry & Dental practice is a big decision. Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

You have probably heard of veterinary practices selling their services to other veterinarians. What does it take to become a veterinary practice owner? Learn more: https://transitionselite.com/

There are two types of veterinary practices: those owned by individual veterinarians and those owned by groups of veterinarians. The latter group is called a veterinary hospital or clinic. A veterinary practice is a professional service organization that provides medical care to animals. Veterinary practices are usually run by a single veterinarian who has a team of support staff.

The main difference between the two types of veterinary practices is ownership. In one case, the veterinarian owns the practice (or at least shares in its profits), while in the other case the practice is owned by a board of directors. In some cases, there is no distinction between these two types of veterinary practices. This can occur when the practice is operated as a division within a university.

How to Plan for the Sale?
You need to plan ahead for the sale of your veterinary practice. It will take some work but you can make it easier on yourself if you prepare now. First, get rid of any personal items or furniture that could be damaged during the move. Then, clean up the house so it looks nice and ready to go. Finally, pack boxes and bags with your belongings. Make sure everything is labeled properly so you know where it goes when you unpack. If you are selling your veterinary practice through an agent, they should help you with these steps. The first thing you should do is to consult with your accountant. If you don’t know who to ask, talk to your local CPA firm. They will help you figure out what kind of business structure makes the most sense for your situation. In addition, they will provide advice on how to prepare your books for sale.

While it’s true that some vets are making more money than others, it’s not because they charge higher prices. Instead, the average salary is $40,000 per year, which isn’t enough to cover living expenses. This means that many veterinarians must supplement their income through private clinics, spay/neuter services, boarding kennels, or pet food production.
Of course, there's another side to this story - one where the veterinarian works at home and makes his or her own hours. While this arrangement sounds appealing, it comes with its own set of challenges. For instance, if you decide to take this route, you'll need to have sufficient space to accommodate pets and equipment. It can also be difficult to schedule appointments around your family life.

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Rafael Kubelik And The Amsterdam Concertgebouw Play Music Of Landré - 1951 - Past Daily Weekend Gramophone. The music of Guillaume Landré this weekend. Four Symphonic movements for Orchestra, composed in 1949 and played in this broadcast recording with the Concertgebouw led by Rafael Kubelik. The performance is guessed to be from 1951 (no dates on the discs).

The most frequently named 20th-century composer in works surveying Dutch music history, according to research conducted by Gert Floor, an archivist at The Netherlands Music Institute in The Hague, is surprisingly enough Guillaume Landré, though today he is relatively unknown. Landré not only composed operas, orchestral pieces, solo concertos and chamber music, but also held a number of administrative positions in music and was an important figure in national and international copyright organisations. His compositional style was largely influenced by Willem Pijper. In many of his later works, he used twelve-tone rows without strictly applying dodecaphonic technique.

Here is a list of works composed by Guillaume Landré as compiled by Nicholas Slonimsky:

dramatic: Opera: De Snoek (The Pike), comic opera (1934; Amsterdam, March 24, 1938); Jean Lévecq, after Maupassant (1962-63; Amsterdam, June 16, 1965); La Symphonie pastorale, after André Gide (1965-67; Rouen, March 31, 1968). orch.: 4 syms.: No. 1 (1932; Amsterdam, June 9, 1933), No. 2 (1942; The Hague, March 6, 1946), No. 3 (Amsterdam, June 16, 1951), and No. 4, Symphonie concertante (1954-55; Stockholm, June 5, 1956); Suite for Piano and Strings (1936); 4 Pieces (1937); Concert Piece (1938); Cello Concerto (1940); Sinfo-nietta for Violin and Orch. (1941); Symphonic Music for Flute and Orch. (1947–48); Sinfonia sacra in memoriam patris (1948; Rotterdam, Nov. 7, 1948; uses motifs from his father’s Requiem); 4 mouvements symphoniques (1948-49; The Hague, Jan. 17, 1950); Chamber Sym. for 13 Instruments (1952; Amsterdam, Feb. 24, 1953); Sonata festiva for Chamber Orch. (1953); Kaleidoscope, symphonic variations (1956); Symphonic Permutations (1957); Clarinet Concerto (1958; Amsterdam, June 25, 1959); Concertante for Contrabass Clarinet and Orch. (1959); Anagrams (1960); Sonata for Chamber Orch. (1961); Variazioni senza tema (Amsterdam, Dec. 11, 1968). chamber: Violin Sonata (1927); 4 string quartets (1927; 1942-3; 1949; 1965); Piano Trio (1929); 2 wind quintets (1930, 1960); 4 Miniatures for Clarinet and String Quartet or String Orch. (1950); Sextet for Flute, Clarinet, and String Quartet (1959); Quartetto piccolo for 2 Trumpets, Horn, and Trombone (1961). vocal:Piae memoriae pro patria mortuorum for Chorus and Orch. (1942); Groet der martelaren (Salute to the Martyrs) for Baritone and Orch. (1943–44); Berceuse voor moede mensen for Soloists, Chorus, and Orch. (1952).
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Boris Karloff Prefers You call them Thrillers, Not Horror Films and He tells you why - 1962 - Past Daily Weekend Pop Chronicles. Although he would be loathe to admit it, Boris Karloff was one of the most celebrated and recognized figures in the Horror genre of film. This interview with Karloff, as conducted by Colin Edwards for the CBC, goes to great lengths to decry the name of the genre, preferring rather to refer to it as a Thriller genre, because he felt the name suggested the genre was something it wasn’t.

He mentions this in his interview because his biggest fans when Frankenstein was released in 1931 were children – who saw him as a sympathetic, rather than grotesque figure and didn’t see anything particularly horrifying about Frankenstein in the first place. The kids, he felt, were on to something.

But deep-down, Karloff was an actor of many varied roles, very few of them he considered to be “Horror”, in fact many were comedies. He was also a successful actor on Broadway, did a considerable number of roles in Radio (and later television) and even had a children’s show on Radio in the early 1950s.

As many know, typecasting can be deadly – having your entire career pigeon-holed to one role or one character can do more harm than good to a serious actor (or serious artist in any medium if you get pegged for one thing). But Karloff was flexible and he transitioned very well into television with his own series, Thriller (a title he approved of) – and became a household name all the way up to the time of his death in 1969.

His name may not ring many bells with you, especially if your Film-going experience gets started ten or even twenty years ago – if you’re a film major in College it’s possible you will see Frankenstein as part of a History Of Film class – in that case you will have some idea of who Boris Karloff was. Suffice to say he was an important figure in early movies and was popular for a most of his life. So you might want to check him out.

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1. Myth-Making On the premiere episode of The Dropout, you'll meet a young Elizabeth Holmes. Convinced of her own destiny even as a young child, she would come to drop out of Stanford in her late teens, intending to mold herself after the great tech icons of our time. Her obsession with Steve Jobs -- down to his signature black turtlenecks -- would become particularly pronounced as she launched her company Theranos.
How TikTok Has Influenced World-Wide Trends Tyler and Judy discuss how some TikTok trends had real-world affects, from the Gabby Petito case to buying empty seats at the Trump rally. They also break down what the main demographic of TikTok is and how there's a niche for everyone.
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Audio Transcript of David Parker Ray (Toy Box Killer) | Graphic Warning This very graphic recording of the David Parker Ray (Toy Box Kille) transcript is arguably one of the gruesome slice of audio that you will ever hear. It's rare to hear a serial killer telling their own story as if it's a movie. In this recording David Parker Ray describes his murderous acts in grisly detail. If you’re starting from episode 1, I hope you hang in there. The audio gets better and the content will, too! Paige will be reading the transcript of the audiotape that David Parker Ray recorded of himself and would play for his victims whenever they became conscious.⚠️Warning: This transcript of the audio tape is graphic, disgusting, vile, inhuman.The transcript was so long that it had to be an episode unto itself. Sources:https://www.thoughtco.com/profile-of-serial-rapist-david-parker-ray-973147https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Parker_Rayhttp://thinkingaboutphilosophy.blogspot.com/2012/10/david-parker-rays-audio-tape-transcript.html?m=1https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/suspected-killer-david-parker-rays-girlfriend-released-from-prison/amp/https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/albuquerque/items-david-parker-rayhttps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.abqjournal.com/70489/victim-tells-of-captivity.html/amphttps://www.thescarechamber.com/toy-box-of-torture/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ReverieTrueCrime/message listen to the playlist of more <a href="https://vurbl.com/playlists/shocking-audio-of-the-toybox-killer-you-need-to-hear/">shocking audio of the toolbox killer</a>
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The Dropout Money. Romance. Tragedy. Deception. The story of Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos is an unbelievable tale of ambition and fame gone terribly wrong. How did the world’s youngest self-made female billionaire lose it all in the blink of an eye? How did the woman once heralded as “the next Steve Jobs” find herself facing criminal charges — to which she pleaded not guilty — and up to decades in prison? How did her technology, meant to revolutionize health care, potentially put millions of patients at risk? And how did so many smart people get it so wrong along the way? ABC News chief business, technology and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis, along with producers Taylor Dunn and Victoria Thompson, take listeners on a journey that includes a multi-year investigation. You'll hear exclusive interviews with former employees, investors, and patients, and for the first-time, the never-before-aired deposition testimony of Elizabeth Holmes, and those at the center of this story.

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Meredith Salenger recites Paul Waldman's opinion 1-19-21 In fantasy worlds, a nation may be led by its best: a noble king, full of courage and wisdom and love for all his people, who bears the weighty burden of rule because no one else could do it better. That’s not how things usually work in the real world, where for every virtuous leader there are a hundred mediocrities, knaves and fools.

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President Eisenhower On The Importance Of Education - 1957 - Past Daily Reference Room President Eisenhower- Believed Education was the single most important thing in our society.



President Eisenhower - address to National Education Association 100th Birthday - April 4, 1957 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection -

President Eisenhower addressed a gathering of the National Education Association, on the occasion of their 100th anniversary in 1957. Some 60 years later, the institution of Education and higher learning and the imperative need for knowledge have come under fire. As a reminder that there was a time Education was the single most important weapon in our arsenal to combat ignorance and war, President Eisenhower explains the need to continue and expand on what has become a crucial ingredient to our national heritage:
President Eisenhower: "Thus, the education of our children is of prime importance to each of us. Moreover, to maintain the common defense and to guarantee the progress of our Nation, each of us must discharge his own rightful and proper role in developing the intellectual capacities of all children living in every corner of our land. Each individual, each community has a vital function to perform.

For I remind you that the great colleges and universities that sprang up under Lincoln's College Land Grant Bill were not Federal projects. By no means! Most of the capital and organization for these institutions was provided by the States themselves. In this, as in all other things, Lincoln believed that government should do for people only what they could not well do for themselves. The Land Grant Bill furnished the stimulus for greater local effort. At present, the Land Grant colleges and universities receive most of their support and all of their direction from local citizens. Also, a healthy proportion of support comes from the students themselves. I add this because it is unwise to make education too cheap. If everything is provided freely, there is a tendency to put no value on anything. Education must always have a certain price on it; even as the very process of learning itself must always require individual effort and initiative. Education is a matter of discipline--and more, it is a matter of self-discipline.

Lincoln's faith in education is part of America's faith in the ability of people to govern themselves. When men and women know the facts and are concerned about them, we believe they will make the correct decisions. Prejudice and unreasoning opposition will more and more give way before the clean flood of knowledge.

This has always been my faith in democracy. Lincoln and education are closely associated in the memories of my boyhood. Indeed, the first school I attended, sixty years ago, was called the Lincoln Grade School. It was located across the street from my home in Abilene, Kansas. Nowadays, they refer to it as the "Old" Lincoln School because, old and dilapidated, it happily was replaced some years ago by a larger and stronger school.

And so each generation must build better schools for its children. Especially in today's complex and challenging world, we need stronger and bigger schools in which to train our children to accept their magnificent opportunities and grave responsibilities--opportunities for life even richer than ours, responsibilities for the defense of their homeland and strengthening of the free world. This puts a greater burden on education than ever before--a greater burden on our teachers, classrooms and curriculum.

The school building program of America suffered three grievous setbacks in this generation: the Depression of the 30's, the War of the 40's, and the Korean crisis of the 50's. These three periods caused a drying up of normal schoolroom replacement and expansion--almost like three successive droughts. During the Depression we were unable to build schools for lack of money; during the war we were unable to build schools for the lack of men and materials because most of these resources were diverted into the war effort. The same applied to the war in Korea and to very much of the cold war of later years.

So now our educational plant is not ample to cope with the enormous burden of present and future enrollments. Therefore, it is my firm belief that there should be Federal help to provide stimulus to correct an emergency situation; that help does not imply a permanent acceptance of responsibility which belongs, not to Washington, but to the local governments and to the local communities and to the people themselves.

Federal help in building schools will not mean federal control. After these new schools are built, after the bricks are laid and the mortar is dry, the federal mission will be completed. All control and use of those schools will be in the hands of the states and of the localities.

Every phase of the educational process, especially in our system of public schools, is important to all."
And now, more than ever, education - useful education. The pursuit of knowledge and intellectual freedom by way of our schools and teachers, is crucial for our survival.

Think I'm kidding?

Here is that complete address, as it was given on April 4, 1957.
Ronnie White Introduced Stevie Wonder to Motown Claudette Robinson of The Miracles discusses how Miracles Member Ronnie White Introduced Stevie Wonder to Motown.
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Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News Past Daily: News, History, Music And An Enormous Sound Archive.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, musical performance of all types, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.

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Claudette Robinson - First Lady of Motown Claudette Robinson was given the title of First Lady of Motown by Berry Gordy, founder of Motown/Tamla Records because she was the first woman on the label. She is also an original member of The Miracles who gave Motown their first #1 GOLD record with "Shop Around."
Dream Sounds I want you to feel at peace. That is why I began this station: to offer a space for you to rebalance the relationship between your mind and body through beautiful and calming music.

I have composed each song on this station with the intention of offering you an aural respite from the noise of everyday life. Here, you will find long audio to help you sleep through the night, or shorter ones, if you only have a few minutes to relax. :)

I compose and play/sing all the music you will hear on this station. You will also find nature sounds we record exclusively for Dream Sounds.

Sometimes work, school, difficult times, etc. can be overwhelming, but I've always found that being surrounded by music has made all these circumstances more bearable for me. My hope is that my music can do the same for you.

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Beth Hart's Audio Station Beth Hart is as real as it gets. In a music industry full of glossy production and airbrushed photoshoots, this is one artist who throws down her cards, shares her darkest secrets and invites you to join her for the ride. With War In My Mind, this Grammy-nominated talent has never served herself up so raw on a record, one that embraces her merits and flaws, channels her bittersweet headspace and spins gold from her demons. “More than any record I’ve ever made, I’m more open to being myself on these songs,” Beth explains. “I’ve come a long way with healing, and I’m comfortable with my darknesses, weirdnesses and things that I’m ashamed of – as well as all the things that make me feel good.”

At 47 – and proud of it – Beth is basking in a golden period of time. The success of 2016’s Fire On The Floor album has garnered yet more critical acclaim, growing sales and sold-out shows at iconic venues from the Ryman Auditorium to the Royal Albert Hall (scene of last year’s triumphant live DVD). But as the singer reminds us, her life has always moved in cycles – “things get good then go to crap, get good then go to crap” – and it’s in these extremes that many of her best songs are born. “A lot of subjects are covered on War In My Mind,” she reflects. “I’ve always tried to seek the truth on every record I’ve done. But on this album, I’m even closer to vulnerability and openness about my life, about love, addiction, my bipolar, my dad, my sister…”

New fans might know Beth as the all-conquering global icon, dubbed “extraordinary” by The Times and “daring, brooding and angry” by The Guardian. But to understand her rollercoaster backstory, you need only read the War In My Mind lyric sheet. Highs and lows alike are candidly recounted as the songwriter reaches back through the decades and tells her tale without flinching. There are memories from her ’70s childhood in Los Angeles, where Beth announced her musical talent and renegade spirit, while rolling with the punches of a chaotic upbringing – about the loss of her beloved sister, Sharon – about the personal problems that derailed what should have been her major-label breakthrough in the mid-’90s – about her collaboration with blues-rock maestro Joe Bonamassa – about the redemption offered by her husband Scott, and the rebirth she found through the church.

War In My Mind also wraps up a frustrating strand of unfinished business for Beth. Back in 2003, the heavyweight producer Rob Cavallo was in the frame to mix the singer’s Leave The Light On album. “But the producer I was with at the time,” recounts Beth, “went ahead without my approval, turned the mix in to Rob – and he passed.” Fast-forward 15 years, and at a chance dinner party attended by the Green Day and My Chemical Romance producer, fate intervened. “I’d just written the songs Rub Me For Luck, Woman Down and Sister Dear, about my sister Susan,” Beth remembers. “The host wanted me to play them on piano, and I thought people would prefer me to just sit, eat and zip it, but in the end I just said, ‘OK, frick it’. After I’d played them, Rob came up and said, ‘You’ve grown a lot as a songwriter – and I want to record these songs with you’. And he turned out to be one of the coolest people that I’ve ever worked with.”
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Modern Witch Tools for the Modern Witch - Audio Guide The Modern Witch Movement presents: Modern Witch Tools for the Modern Witch. We encourage fledgling and seasoned Witches to explore new tools, discover Witch thought leaders, and take their practice to a whole new level. If you would like more resources, please join us at our website - www.modernwitchmovement.com

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‎WakeUp to PowerUp Welcome to the WakeUp To PowerUp Show - Wake Up, Power Up, Work Hard, Play Hard, Repeat. Let’s face it, waking up early, living your best life, and juggling a busy workload can be close to impossible. There is not enough time for all of it! That's why I have distilled hundreds of life hacks into routines that are time-smart for your morning, so you can get up, get it done, and get on with living your best life, Powered Up! Your morning routine is important. It sets the tone, pace, and energy for the rest of your day. If you hit the snooze button several times, rush your way through getting ready, and end up in rush hour traffic, you’ll feel like you’re in a constant race for the rest of the day. But if you wake up with me, throw those covers off, to get some quick wins, you will be refreshed and ready to make your day amazing. Join me every morning on WakeUp To PowerUp with Liza Wisner. #WAKEUPTOPOWERUP! www.wakeuptopowerup.org
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Molly Ann Hale Molly Ann Hale is a stand-up comedian, writer, and producer.

Molly currently performs stand-up at clubs all over the United States and hosts a female-forward monthly show, Thalia Comedy, at The Glendale Room featuring the best comics in Los Angeles. She also hosts a weekly Wednesday open mic with co-host, Sarafina Rodriguez.

Molly Ann Hale's comedy web series, 'Olive and Mocha' garnered over 7 million views online and won Funny or Die's 'Make Em Laff' Comedy Film Festival's $10K first place prize.

Molly got her start in Chicago, where her long-standing ImprovOlympic house team, Rattlesnake Highschool was renowned for their unique group mind, and her comedy sketch team, Sketchcore, was heralded by the Chicago Tribune as "the future of sketch comedy." After moving to Los Angeles, her long-standing improv team at iO West, Uss Rock N Roll won "Best Comedy Improv Team."

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In 2008, with less than five hundred dollars, I launched Rivera Business Development. I did it because of the belief that entrepreneurship could provide the means to rise above one’s circumstances — and it does.

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