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Lily Legacy & Dae Yunique are two best friends who host Black Me Up Podcast, a show about life, society, culture, and adulting. You can always expect to hear something funny, shocking, interesting, scary, or educational. With conversations like natural hair, prison abolition, growing up as young black women, and even bringing guests to the show for deeper conversations, every episode is an experience. They've already had interviews from activists, cannabis experts, and other amazing podcast hosts. Join the conversion weekly to see what more there is to come. ...Read More

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Listen to these podcasts about cults that will leave you absolutely riveted, and a little terrified. From cyanide-laced Kool-Aid, to crazed confrontations with the US government, to even murder, and everything in between, this playlist will give you everything you need to know about cults. Join Vurbl as we bring you the best podcasts and audio featuring famously notorious cults like NXIVM, Heaven's Gate, Peoples Temple, and many more. Listen closely, take heed, and remember...don't drink the Kool-Aid.
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Explore the Washed Up podcast network with this collection of highlight snippets from the podcasts. Listen in to sports talk with After The Tailgate, Blitz Boys, Real Talk, and Climb the Ladder. Catch up with pop culture gossip, and trending topics with Uncorked & Unfiltered, Throw Pillows & Finger Guns, and Way Out Here. You can even explore more niche topics like all things cozy with Let's Get Cozy and food with The Hoppy Meal Podcast.
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Listen to the historical struggles and triumphs of African Americans throughout the U.S. to honor the legacy of people who've fought against systemic injustices and to remember the progress that's been made. These podcasts have broached the topic of historical and systemic oppression, and for Black History Month, join Vurbl as we listen to historical deep dives to give context to the societal injustices we still witness to this day.
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Listen to this audio of prominent Black leaders discussing their inspirations and struggles, including some that still persist to this day. We've organized this playlist to pay homage to history's most important Black figures. The Black leaders in this playlist fought and overcame adversity to represent their community and fight for equality. Tune in to hear them in their own words and learn about their lives and accomplishments.
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Picture yourself walking through the warm, welcoming walls of a museum as you explore this curated list of the best art history podcasts. Listen to discussions surrounding Chinese sculpture of Guanyin, Bodhisattva of Compassion, the history of and our relationship with death portraiture, the history of different sculptures, and so much more. Hear about the ubiquitous names in art like Michelangelo and Picasso, and as well as lesser-known artists like Lee Krasner and the nightmarish worlds of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel.
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Social sciences are crucial to understanding who and why we are. From psychology to social work, myths and legends, humans have been studying ourselves, our habits, and how to improve our way of life for millenniums. We all interact with life in different ways and these podcasts might help you understand why through psychology, discussion, and even cryptid sightings.
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Check out our favorite moments from Busy Philipps’s podcast Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best! You might remember actress Busy Philipps from some of your favorite movies and tv shows, like White Chicks and Freaks and Geeks. She created her own podcast featuring writer Shantira Jackson and her creative partner Caissie St. Onge. Together, they’re doing their best. Her podcast features a bevy of interesting guests and great pivots, check out the top moments from Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best!
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Nice White Parents is a podcast from the NY Times about inequality in the education system. As the tagline explains, the podcast examines the "the 60-year relationship between white parents and the public school down the block," as told through the lens of one American school. From the creators of the smash hit podcast Serial, this is investigative journalism you'll want to binge.
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Finding love is difficult, but what about dating? Listen to advice and personal stories from seasoned daters, loving partners, and relationship experts to feel less alone in a world post-COVID. Male or female, young or old, there's a snippet of romantic wisdom for everyone on this playlist.
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This Burning Man playlist is an audio experience to give listeners a taste of the playa. These audio and podcast clips feature the people, the art, the music, and the feeling of being on playa.
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Are you recently engaged? Wedding coming up soon? Don't know where to begin with planning? This playlist is the answer for you. Within this playlist, you'll find some tips and tricks to make your special day the best it can be. Get some advice on when to start looking for a wedding dress, how much alcohol you should buy, or how to pick out a florist.
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Thomas writes in for more information on the mysterious 'Big Hole' in North Carolina. Notta Sockpuppet gives a first-hand account of their time working with a CIA-funded tech company. Cynthia wants to know more about the man who recently got swallowed by a whale and survived. All this and more in th
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Mark joins us to discuss the recent 9-0 Supreme Court decision against the NCAA and what it means for college sports.  We also discuss the proposed expansion of the college football playoff to 12 teams.
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Royals fall in 9th to Yankees A College World Series Walk-off Trae Young and the Hawks take Game 1 at Bucks Team USA Men's Basketball roster set NHL
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Initially, we were picking movies we found funny, but not considered a commercial success. It developed into picking movies we watch anytime they are on, even if it's 30 minutes because they still make us laugh today.  If you have any movies that make you laugh anytime it's on Then contact us on our
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Two years of podcasting in the cannabis space has taught me a few things.  In this episode I reflect on some of the things I've learned and observed over the last 100 episodes.Tamara Lilien ConsultingTalking Terpenes with Tamara Lilien episodeWhole 30 programWarren BobrowKlaus Apothicaire canna
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Key Takeaways:[2:15] - The elephant is not the only creature in the room. The idea behind naming the mouse in the room is that sometimes you have to acknowledge the more subtle things in the room - they’re not always as big as an elephant. When we don’t name our mice, we’re more disconnected from ou
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Frangela swag available at https://www.zazzle.com/store/frangela! Book a personalized video shout-out from Frangela at Cameo.com/frangeladuo.Do you want to hear more Idiots of the Week?? Become a Frangela patron at Patreon.com and get three exclusive Micro Idiot podcasts each week as our thank you f
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FemmeAndroid tries to do a good deed…but instead finds herself in a battle to save a place she loves. Some helpful links: FemmeAndroid’s Patreon for her webcomic Bodies. If you or someone you know is feeling depressed or just needing to talk to someone, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe the mysterious case of a group of women. Were they abducted or is there more to this story? We struggle to identify hair styles. Greybeard becomes a bit obsessed. Can investigators be trusted? We also have a returning guest. All this and more on thi
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El & I were just flabbergasted by the jewels of wisdom we got from this episode with, Rory K. Douglas, The Financial Gentleman. I don't know much about TikTok but after seeing Rory teach about money, I perfectly understand why this TikTok sensation has few hundred thousand followers.We talk abo
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We've come nearly full circle around the year since the podcast has begun, and I'll be taking a hiatus to improve the show. Here's why!
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By far one of our most popular Charleston ghost tours, this is quite possibly the scariest place you will ever go — no joke. Open often to the public for arts events, the jail even gives locals an eerie chill down the spine as soon as one steps foot into the space. Visitors go as far to say they’ve
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NTParanormal Investigations is a group of paranormal researchers based out of Fort Worth, Texas. It is our goal to study paranormal activity through the use of the scientific method, experiments, and documentation to prove or disprove the existence of unexplained supernatural phenomenon in any locat
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Richard Gordon maps out new territory in the rarely explored intersection of science and spirituality in this fascinating investigation of the profound relationship between matter and consciousness. Building on the Quantum-Touch technique he developed in previous books, Gordon explains how the hands
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Featured on the cover of People Magazine is Rosemary Kennedy's tragic story about being lobotomized at 23 and being sent away to live the rest of her years at a convent. Rosemary's story is interwoven with Elizabeth Koehler-Pentacoff's own personal story in the new book The Missing Kennedy. A New Yo
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aleopsychology and Mass Behaviour - Howard Bloom almost single-handedly carved out two new fields: paleopsychology, and mass behaviour. His next goal is to establish a field he calls omnology. Bloom's cross-disciplinary theories trace crowd patterns from the precipitation of the first protons in the
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Resiliency Expert and Author of the worldwide selling book "Treasures of the Believing Heart" Rich Wessenberg leans on his experiences as a former minister, sales representative, father and husband to outline the solutions a person needs to find the hidden treasures of the believing heart. No one
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Robby Rush investigates occult activity and paranormal phenomena and provides ancient counter measures to stop spirit infestations. As an occult specialist Robby has ended hauntings, identified and captured audio-video evidence of spirits, located cursed items, handled demonic-possession, debunked f
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Christmas is now changed from a holiday that enriches family unity and values to a vast commercial enterprise forgetting the true meaning of Christmas. Rob invited two of his friends to join him in studio to share their Christmas traditions and much more. Bonnie Robinson and her brother James Lizott
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In this fascinating deep dive on Japanese Whisky, past and present, some of the topics I discuss with Nicholas Pollacchi of Shibui Whisky include: The complicated history of Japanese whisky making, including the sharp left turn that makes this tradition diverge (and reconnect) surprisingly with oth
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Being single provides optionality (i.e., “having the right but not the obligation to take action.”) Peter McGraw speaks to Anita Dhake (aka the Thriftygal) to examine how money can buy you freedom. Anita retired early and presents ways to lower your expenses in order to gain financial freedom. They
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WE ♥ HERBIE❣  Join your tour guides Stan Solo, Holly Wood Crawford, Justin Clark and Jason Thomason as they go bananas talking about the classic 1969 film.  Plus the superior Avengers Campus will be in France, Horace the Hate Bug, when Herbie raced around the Tomorrowland Speedway and more! The Gran
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As bourbon grows with popularity, so do the prices. The roundtable comes together to discuss how to price bourbon and if there is a good formula that can make everyone happy. There are lots of new sourced brands on the market, and more and more investors coming in every week to buy barrels, what wil
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George Noory and Dr. Kimberly McGeorge explore her work as an naturopathic energy healer, how she has helped remove evil spirits from people - including her own son in law - and whether or not we are surrounded by spirits in our everyday lives. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheart
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