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I Hope No One Heard That

Antonio Sims & Nick Mckee

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Just two friends talking. We plan to use our platform to bring on guest that are trying to expand the same way we are. We want to hear you guys stories, trails, hard times, and everything it took to get where you are today. Anywhere from restaurant owners, clothing brands, resellers, hair stylist, nail techs, lash techs, athletes, etc. If you are interested in being a guest and you have something you want to promote feel free to reach out to us.
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A podcast about life, photography, mental state, gaming, and other absurdities. Sometimes motivational, often obscene, but always a good time. I occasionally have guests too. Hosted by Jake Larntz. Probably done.
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I Hope This Message Finds You Well is a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. It grew out of our friendship and delight in talking about art, where we, two freelance curators, openly discuss and question what we are doing, why we are doing it, and open up this conversation to our colleagues. In each episode we talk to our guests about their work, professional trajectory, motivation, and reasons to work as a curator or otherwise.
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I hope this ages well

Jilberto Soto

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I hope this ages well is a podcast centered around capturing the inside moments of today’s most senior community members. Jilberto is a stand up comedian, so to make each episode a little fun, he will be sharing jokes with the guest and the guest will be sharing jokes with us.
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I Hope You Hate This

I Hope You Hate This

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Drew and Tully voice their unsolicited opinions on weekly topics ranging from sports, pop culture, to social issues. If you like it that's cool, if you hate it that's even better.
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It is a very unique experience to grow up stuck between two cultures. The children of immigrants have to juggle the culture of the society they are in and the culture brought over by their parents. The metro Atlanta area is just now witnessing these "second generation" immigrants becoming adults and creating a whole new hybrid culture. I hope you hear our stories and opinions and that it will help us be seen and understood. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ihtht/ ...
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I have taken the leap. I have given up my full time job to peruse what lights me up, what sets my soul on fire. I have nothing and have no expectations but long so deeply to set up my own business and free myself from any form of 9-5 job. I always get to hear other peoples success stories but never get to experience the process. Therefore I am here to document my process, the daily struggles, the highs and lows and see where this journey takes me. Join me for the ride. Amy x
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I Hope the Day Has a Good YOU!

John-Erik @ Adventure Social

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I Hope the Day Has a Good You! -- is like bacon for your brain! At under five minutes an episode, start your day with a dose of inspiration and motivation and a dash of perspective. Hosted by creative entrepreneur John-Erik Moseler, takeaways will include success principles collected over the last 22+ years in the areas of business, leadership and most importantly, being a dad. You will hear stories from his adventures at culture-rich environments like Disney, Pixar, and NASA. John-Erik has ...
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This is the hard hitting facts of the Corona virus and coming to you live from where the youth magic happens it's the latest it's the utmost updated information coming to live from the rooms of Google Facebook and all the Internet Sensation Twitter diamond in the rough part one it is now implementation and operation take over Real life data real life conversation all day everyday no cutting Hard hitting facts coming to you 1st live from the pandemic Room.
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More than 30,000 children and youth experience homelessness in Pennsylvania, posing a significant barrier to succeed in school. In partnership with Pennsylvania Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness (ECYEH), join Center for Schools and Communities staff Melissa Turnpaugh and Matthew Butensky as they interview state and national experts, homeless liaisons, service providers, and those experiencing homelessness. These conversations will dive deeper into resources, partners ...
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hope I die before I get old

Christoph Perzl & Rudy Mielke

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Wir wollen uns hier mit Musik, insbesondere mit Musikgeschichte oder den Geschichten hinter der Geschichte beschäftigen. Fragen, die sich vielleicht schon einige Musikfreaks, Musiker oder Fans gestellt haben, wollen wir versuchen zu beantworten. Wir wollen Fakten liefern, aber darauf aufbauend, unsere Meinung und unsere Einschätzung geben. Vielleicht seid ihr nicht immer unserer Meinung (wir sind es untereinander auch nicht immer), aber wir beanspruchen auch nicht, im Besitz der Wahrheit zu ...
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I Share Hope: Chris Williams

Chris Williams interviews leaders such as John Lee dumas, Susan Polgar, Jake Shimabukuro, Doug Goldstein and others, 3 days a week, telling stories about hope and ways to share hope.

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I Share Hope is a series of interviews with world leaders discussing their beliefs and experiences with hope and how they use hope on a daily basis in their own life and in the lives of others. They discuss real stories from their past and cover such topics as experience, relationships, failure, success, coping, depression, suicide, acceptance, business, psychological issues, illness, inspirational and motivational ideas, life, vision, goal setting, love, family, friends, strength, action st ...
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Heroine may cause a man to feel invincible. Cocaine may make a man feel like he can run past the speed of light. Ecstasy may make a man feel like every nerve in his body is coming alive. Still, no matter how potent those substances may be, it's a fact, love is the most potent drug of all. This fact is especially true when Juan awakens from a two-month coma, unsure of what his life had been. The only time he feels he is close to the truth is in the presence of women with specific characterist ...
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Can a community rally together to keep families united during their toughest times? Join us for an in-depth conversation with Matt Wagner from Family Promise as we explore the often misunderstood realities of homelessness and how their community partnerships take a holistic approach to providing services. Discover their collaborative efforts with l…
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Walter Harris and Emma Grimm join us to shed light on their poignant journeys through homelessness. Through bouts with the juvenile justice system, foster care, and relentless searches for stable housing, their stories are powerful testimonies of how these experiences fueled their passion for youth homelessness advocacy, restorative justice and men…
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Send us a Text Message. Today we sit down with one of South Carolinas hottest dj's/promoters. He has defiantly proved himself to be one of the greats with a decade of experience, hard work, and dedication to what he does. He tells us what it has been like being a dj and how hard it was when he first started to have his own events and how much work …
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This week, we're stanning Gonzo The Muppet The Flight Instructor. Donate to TRANS LIFELINE! Join our PATREON! Join Katey's PATREON! Follow us on INSTAGRAM! Check out Lindsey's business FROM HERE TO HOME ESSENTIALS! Follow From Here To Home Essentials on INSTAGRAM!Kirjoittanut Nathan Sizemore, Kit Hart, and Katey Yost
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Maryama's story is one of resilience and determination in the face of adversity. Born and raised in Niger, she embarked on a journey to America with her family at the age of 15 to join her father. However, life took an unexpected turn when she found herself homeless at 18 years old, during her senior year at Central Dauphin East High School. Despit…
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As we are wrapping up the third season of the podcast, we’d like to share with you a short bonus episode, recorded at the gym. We talked about our relationship to exercise and understanding of our limits. We also discussed failure, body-work and writing via Kathy Acker, and writing as a physical experience.If you have feedback we’d love to receive …
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Send us a Text Message. This episode we had one of the hottest rappers in South Carolina come on with some of his crew and talk about some of the things he's been through as an ongoing and upcoming rapper. We got to hear what he thinks of other rappers around the area and got to hear some opinions on topics he might not get asked too often. This wa…
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In the fifth episode of the season we talked to Dr. Clémentine Deliss who works across the borders of contemporary art, critical anthropology, curatorial practice, and publishing. We talked about her curatorial beginnings and significant projects in her professional trajectory as an “artist to artist” curator. We also discussed her take on the exhi…
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In the fourth episode of the season we talked to Hendrik Folkerts, Curator of International Contemporary Art and Head of Exhibitions at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. With Hendrik we talked about the ways his former experience in curating performance and public programmes influenced his current curatorial practice and approach to exhibition-making. H…
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Send us a Text Message. This episode we had a loctician who's best known under her brand Silky Strandz. She also goes by the name Asha. She sat down and talked with us about the life of a hairstylist, what it's like, the ups and downs, and why she prefers locs over doing all hair. Another don't want to miss episode out now!…
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In the third episode of the season we talked to Puerto Rican curator and writer Sharmyn Cruz Rivera. As with all our guests this season, we discuss her views on the exhibition and the ways her practice aims to expand the boundaries of exhibition-making, with an emphasis on collaborations and dialogue. Sharmyn also explains to us how she listens to …
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Welcome to the second episode of the third season of I Hope This Message Finds You Well, a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman. In this season we are focusing our conversations around “the exhibition”. With our guests we discuss its status for curating, and whether we take it for granted. We want to dig deeper into the exh…
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Since we are still early in 2024, “I Will Be Your Voice” shares a special bonus episode with the staff behind the scenes at the Center for Schools and Communities. In this bonus episode, we chat with our Center for Schools and Communities team who are working on statewide projects for the Education for Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness p…
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Our morning chat with the Pennsylvania Department of Education State Coordinator for Homeless Education, Mr. Storm Camara, isn't just about the challenges of providing educational stability for children and youth experiencing homelessness; it's a celebration of successes and a glimpse into the future of educational support systems. Mr. Camara gives…
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Send us a Text Message. To start off season two we have a guest known for many things but he is very much known for his clothing brand True$tarApparel. He has had much success in this and he's gave a lot of good game on what it takes to be a clothing brand owner. We're back with another don't want to miss episode after our extended break in between…
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Welcome to the third season of I Hope This Message Finds You Well, a podcast on curating hosted by Kris Dittel and Eloise Sweetman.In this season we’ll be focusing our conversations around “the exhibition”. With our guests we discuss its status for curating, and whether we take the exhibition format for granted. We want to dig deeper into the exhib…
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