Dating Sherpas (with Andrea Silenzi)  

Annie and Laurel are joined by Andrea Silenzi (@andreasilenzi), host of Why Oh Why, for a deep dive into the state of authenticity in dating. More on Why Oh Why here:

Malliotakis' Call to End New York Sanctuary  

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has created a list of 170 "serious crimes, violent crimes" for which the city would cooperate with ICE on deportation proceedings. New York State Assembly member, Nicole Malliotakis, says it does not go far enough to cover enough major crimes such as "sexual abuse, grand larceny" and more.

Malliotakis discusses her call on the City of New York to comply with President Trump's orders to end sanctuary city protection and explains her lawsuit against the City to block the destruction of IDNYC database.


The Americans S:5 | E:4 What's the Matter With Kansas?  

Actors Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys join showrunners Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields to discuss the state of the Jenningses' relationship. Rhys also reveals why some actors are happy when their characters are given scenes that involve food. Then Peter Ackerman, who wrote this episode, talks about the big relationship shift that was revealed this week.

Note: This podcast contains spoilers and is meant to be enjoyed after you watch the episode. New episodes air Tuesdays at 10pm on FX. 

Helping migrants access dental care  

Oral health is about much more than just having a pretty smile.


The health of your mouth often reflects and can have an impact on the state of the rest of your body.


Dental care is expensive in Australia, but...

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Nurkic Revenge Game (DEN/POR), GSW/HOU, MIA/DET  

Click to subscribe via RSS feed or iTunes. Jusuf Nurkic destroys his old mates in Denver, Golden State continues its domination in Houston, and Miami ends Detroit's playoff chances with a Hassan Whiteside buzzer-beater. With host Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux).  

A Prison Guard In Transition  

Mandi Hauwert was 32 and a few years into her career as a correctional officer at San Quentin State Prison when she started to wear eyeliner to work. "Just a little bit," she tells me. "Just to have some sense of feeling when I went to work that I was being secretly feminine."

At the time, Mandi hadn't come out being transgender. She'd struggled with her secret for years—becoming depressed and suicidal as a teenager, joining the Navy to feel "a little more manly," and finally gathering the courage to open up to one of her female coworkers at the prison. "She was super accepting," Mandi told me. "And then it got me thinking, like, maybe—maybe—I could come out." But after another colleague started to ask questions about the makeup she was wearing, Mandi got called in to her supervisor's office. "I immediately told them that I was transgender," she says. "And their immediate response was that they don't allow cross-dressing."

Mandi eventually got permission to come to work as a woman, and since July 2012, she's done just that. The health insurance she receives as a state employee also covered most of her gender reassignment surgery in 2015. Still, continuing to work as a guard hasn't been easy. Early on, inmates called her names. And while that's eased up over time, Mandi says her colleagues haven't gotten over her transition yet. "It's walking into a room full of officers and having everybody move their chairs over to one side, away from you," Mandi says. "I hate the negativity." 

Mandi's also gotten some pushback from the trans community, which she says views police officers and guards with a lot of suspicion. "To be fair, law enforcement has historically treated trans people very poorly," she says. But Mandi is holding firm to the idea that being a part of the system is what could eventually bring about change. "Who knows?" she laughs. "I could be the first transgender warden."

246: Kathy Johnson Clarke Regionals Preview  

Kathy Johnson Clarke,  American Cup champion, World medalist, 1984 Olympic team silver medalist and Olympic bronze medalist on beam... and one of our favorite television commentators who practically raised with the foundational video, Gymnastics' Greatest Stars, is here to preview Regionals with us! We discuss:

Her love for the Soviets and kindness in commentating Spencer and Kathy preview every regional!  The judging situation in NCAA gymnastics Kathy Johnson-ing  Morgan Lane; Erin Macadam; Lauren Rice (beam with robot, floor performance); Diana Mejia on bars; Taylor Houchin; Haylee Young of Iowa State  (floor), Maddie Karr (VT); MJ Rott; Mary Jane Horth, senior with THOSE BARS; Stacie Webb, BB; Autumn Jorgensen, BB, JO national champ; George Washington's Drouin-Allaire and Winstanley; Kirah Koshinski, WVU - underappreciated 1.5 and DLO; Rachel Stypinski, Kent State - all the 9.9s. Age and training hours What makes for good gymnastics television 1978 World Championships and the famous floor routine that broke through the Soviet stronghold...  and medaled in floor finals with Elena Mukhina and Nelli Kim.  Why she has been so fearlessly outspoken on abuse and safeguarding in gymnastics and youth sports. RELATED LINKS

Congressional hearings on Senate Bill 534 - watch it here 

Call your representative (find them here) to thank or tell them to pass this bill!

USA Gymnastics Blasted for Skipping Senate Hearing on Sex Abuse "I'm deeply disappointed they've sent a statement but no witness to question," Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said, "If they really cared, they would be here," he added. "They have to answer for what happened here." USOC apologizes to sex abuse victims, says Olympic sports culture needs change. Olympic Gymnasts Recount Their Experiences of Sexual Abuse at a Senate Judiciary Committee 

SUPPORT THE SHOW Join Club Gym Nerd here. Buy one of our awesome shirts here. RELATED EPISODES Episode 15: Joan Ryan Author of Little Girls in Pretty Boxes Episode 17: Growing Up In The Soviet Gymnastics System And Training At Round Lake Episode 31: Elise Ray Episode 28: Kristen Maloney Episode 33: Simone Biles & Her Coaches 187: McKayla Maroney 163: ENOUGH Episode 56: Preventing Abuse in Gymnastics 63: Doctor Larry Nassar 245: Steve Penny is GONE 244: Russian Nationals & Gymnix 2017 243: Senate Bill 534 242: Standards 241: The Pittsburgh Incident 240: Chalkography 239: Elite Canada, Reykjavik & NCAA Olympic/World Championship Team Members Competing in College Gymnastics in 2017
#226 10 - "C Word" limit  

The gang talks NCAA tourney, Raiders to Vegas pros and cons, Our fun PDS weekend at the Clipper game, and should there be a 10 C word limit per show for Red State Teeb?? Punch Drunk is, for the most part, a sports podcast. With 3 headlining stand-up comics and sometimes friends. Ari Shaffir, Sam Tripoli, and Jayson Thibault all met at the Comedy Store and have been friends for over 13 years. All 3 are stand-up comics and big sports fans. This podcast is their sports thoughts, arguments, stories, fights, and bets! The Podcast Tribune called Punch Drunk "an asian massage for the real sports fans”. Support the show by heading over use the code 'punchdrunk' and save 10%. Along with get $10 free betting cash with the code ‘punchdrunk' Click on our Amazon link at to show your support! Listen to past shows on iTunes and and Soundcloud and Stitcher Tweet them @punchdrunk Subscribe on iTunes and YouTube Rate and Review!!! Like, Comment and SHARE!!! @arishaffir @theteeb @samtripoli @punchdrunk #punchdrunk

Blood of My Blood: Jackie Hagmann, Curtis Horse, Jon Rappoport & Stan Deyo  

7:00pm EDT We have a new edition to the Hagmann and Hagmann Report. We are pleased to welcome Jackie Hagmann to the Studio. Jackie will join Doug and Joe for half an hour this evening for news, analysis and commentary. 7:30pm EDT Old friend of the show, host of Pine Ridge Warriors, Curtis Horse will check in for half an hour to discuss his new ministry and adventures with Doug and Joe. 8:00pm EDT It is a blessing and an honor every time that Team Hagmann hosts veteran citizen journalist and truth-sleuth, Jon Rappoport. Mr Rappoport is the founder and director of No More fake News, a frontline news site that he registered with said domain 16 years ago! Now that's prescience! 9:00pm EST it is time, once again, for Tuesdays with Stan. Stan Deyo is an international speaker on myriad topics including: the location of the Garden of Eden, ancient archeology and the deep state New World Order Agenda. Click HERE for show website Click HERE for News & Show Prep: ( us on Facebook HERE: ( us on Twitter HERE ( Doug on Facebook HERE: (

Gangbusters - The Case Of The Chicago Tunnel Gang (10-02-48)  

The Case Of The Chicago Tunnel Gang (Aired October 2, 1948)
The series dramatized FBI cases, which producer-director Phillips H. Lord arranged in close association with Bureau director J. Edgar Hoover. Hoover insisted that only closed cases would be used. The initial series was on NBC Radio from July 20 - October 12, 1935. It then aired on CBS from January 15, 1936 to June 15, 1940, sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive and Cue magazine. From October 11, 1940 to December 25, 1948, it was heard on the Blue Network, with various sponsors that included Sloan's Liniment, Waterman pens and Tide. Returning to CBS on January 8, 1949, it ran until June 25, 1955, sponsored by Grape-Nuts and Wrigley's chewing gum. The final series was on the Mutual Broadcasting System from October 5, 1955 to November 27, 1957. It was once narrated by Norman Schwarzkopf, Sr., former head of the New Jersey State Police. THIS EPISODE: October 2, 1948. Program #549. ABC network origination, syndicated, WRVR-FM, New York aircheck. "The Case Of The Chicago Tunnel Gang". Sponsored by: World Wide Handicrafts. WRVR rebroadcast date: April 9, 1973. Ted de Corsia, Frank Readick. 22:35. Episode Notes From The Radio Gold Index.

The Mess In Mosul And The Push To Defeat ISIS  

Are airstrikes against the Islamic State working? The U.S. military has acknowledged that it launched an airstrike against ISIS in Mosul. Locals say more than 100 civilians were killed. President Trump says defeating ISIS is his top foreign priority, and gains have been made. But at what cost? 1A guest host Indira Lakshmanan discusses the latest in the fight against ISIS with Tom Bowman, Pentagon correspondent for NPR, Jessica Stern, professor at Boston University and coauthor of "ISIS: The State of Terror", Ret. Lt. General James Dubik, senior fellow at the Institute for the Study of War and Ambassador Lukman Faily, former Iraqi Ambassador to the United States.

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1027 Focus Your Thoughts  

Focus your thoughts with a simple visualization technique.

This is part 4 of a 7-Part Mini Meditation Series, Episodes 1024-1030.

As always, you don't have to do the meditation techniques -- they are simply there to help you transition from your busy day to a state of stillness. The techniques also help to calm "monkey mind," when your thoughts continuously interrupt your meditation.

For free meditation tools to help you start meditating please head over to my website at, and there you'll find a multitude of free resources to help you on your Meditation Journey.

Sample from a selection of resources including:

*a Free Private Facebook Group to connect with meditators from around the world

*a Free Meditation Bundle to get started meditating

*a Free Sleep Technique to Sleep Better

*a Free Instant Calm Breathing Technique

*a Free Guide to Get Started Meditating.

 If you'd like to receive fresh daily fully guided meditations 7 days a week you can subscribe to Slow Down Nation, a monthly subscription membership site and app. Not only do you receive a brand new daily fully guided meditation, you also receive access to over 800 meditations customized around weekly themes. 

***All meditations are Mary Meckley's original copyrighted content unless otherwise stated, and may not be shared without her written permission.


Music composed by Christopher Lloyd Clark licensed by, and also by musician Greg Keller.

I'd love your feedback! Please let me know how you're enjoying the meditations by leaving me a review on iTunes.

To be guided in a daily meditation where you learn a different meditation technique customized around a weekly theme head over to to subscribe to Slow Down Nation daily meditations guided by Mary Meckley.

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**All of the information shared on this podcast is for your enjoyment only. Please don't consider the meditation techniques, herbal tea information or other information shared by Mary Meckley or any of her guests as a replacement for any kind of medical or psychological treatment. That being said, please enjoy any peace, energy or clarity you may experience as you mediate!

Ep4: Stranded  

Welcome to Crawlspace. This is the fourth episode in a series we're doing on Brianna Maitland's disappearance. In this episode we talk about our dinner with Bruce Maitland, what occurred when we attempted to make it to Brianna's vigil in Enosburg Falls, Vermont on Sunday March 19th, and we play some clips from Chloe's interviews with Brianna's friends Katie and Kira. Brianna Maitland's car was abandoned on the side of the road 1.5 miles from her workplace in Montgomery, Vermont on March 19th, 2004. Subscribe on iTunes: GooglePlay: Stitcher: YouTube: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: Check out Missing Maura Murray and the two episodes on Brianna Maitland that we produced on that channel: iTunes link: Stitcher: GooglePlay: YouTube: Ep 32: MJA's Case 61 (Mark Harper): Ep 37: Missing Brianna Maitland (1 of 2): Ep 38: Missing Brianna Maitland (2 of 2): If you have any information on the disappearance of Brianna Maitland please contact the Vermont State Police by texting keyword VTIPS to 274637 (CRIMES). #briannamaitland #mauramurray #disappearance #truecrime #podcast #documentary #unsolved #crawlspace #missingmauramurray #mystery #missingperson #timpilleri #lancereenstierna #chloecanter #vermont #newengland #newhampshire #brucemaitland #mauramurray

Trump and the nuclear threat from North Korea  

Tensions between North Korea and the US have escalated this month over Pyongyang’s fast-developing nuclear weapons programme. How is the Trump administration going to manage the reclusive state? Gideon Rachman puts the question to the FT's Seoul bureau chief Bryan Harris and Geoff Dyer, a former FT foreign affairs correspondent.

The Osgood File / 03-28-17 / 7:25 AM  

In Vermont, maple syrup is known as "liquid gold." The state is the largest producer of maple syrup in the country...

Dan Patrick Show - Hour 2 - Steve Kerr and Ken Griffey Jr (03-28-17)  

Dan and The Danettes welcome Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and MLB Hall Of Famer Ken Griffey Jr.

How the NY State Budget Will Affect the City  

Ben Max, executive editor of Gotham Gazette. Lawmakers are busy hammering out the final New York State budget, which is expected to be finished by the end of this week. Max talks about how it will affect New York City, including the proposed "mansion tax," education aid to the city and funding for affordable and public housing in the city.

Ep 34: Deputy John Halligan on the Bus Strike, Shane Ross and Being in Government with Fine Gael  

Eamon is joined by Deputy John Halligan, Minister of State for Training and Skills, to talk about the current political climate, the escalating crisis in public transport and what Minister for Transport Shane Ross should be doing about it.

Why Isn't There A Palestinian State? - Audio  

Why Isn't There A Palestinian State?

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