In this episode, Anna, Andrew and Michael look at a pair of iconic occult heroes with a comparison of Mike Mignola’s
Episode 147 - Men Helping Men Through Grief…Sam Feldman and Ken Levy of the National Widowers’ Organization — Dealing With My Grief
Sam Feldman and Ken Levy are members of the National Widowers’ Organization. It’s an organization created by Sam to help men deal with their grief by talking about it with other men.
we have a candid discussion about losing a spouse, finding companionship after loss and the act of moving through yo
We bring on Astra Taylor to talk about her twinned book and documentary on democracy (What Is Democracy and Democracy May Not Exist, But We’ll Miss It When It’s Gone). We discuss the theory and practice of self-government, how she developed her film and book, and what lessons she learned in the process.
What’s it like for a man to lose the person at the very center of his life — his wife? That’s the question we explore in this interview with Herb Knoll.
Broadcast on Cambridge 105 Radio, 08/12/2018
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MP3 direct download | Itunes | Mixcloud | Feedburner (RSS) "How can we regard this invasion of vulgarity in music other than as a national calamity, in so far as the mental attainments of the nation are concerned? This cheap, trashy stuff could not elevate even the most degraded minds, nor could it possibly urge…
What if depression is possible for the same reason that love is possible?
Douglas Rushkoff, media theorist, writer, and graphic novelist, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation reflecting on the decade since he published his book
Nothing Sacred: The Truth About Judaism , in which he advocated for "open source Judaism."  Rushkoff ar
Episode 17: 3/18/19 AP: Prep Spectrum / Inspiration Goat: The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps by Kai Ashante Wilson by Daydreaming about Dragons • A podcast on Anchor
Stars Without Number
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The Sorcerer of the Wildeeps by Kai Ashante Wilson (excerpt)
From the early days of this podcast (In what, 1986? 2002? 2014?), there has been one episode set aside for the very last Columbo we’d watch. Well, this is it, folks. The last roundup. The final act. The fourth quarter. The seventh ogre. Here, now, is “Strange Bedfellows.”
George Wendt is the owner of a racing horse farm who’s having trouble living up to the standards of his late father. Throw in a brother who’s an inveterate gambler and the guy’s wound a little tight. When little brother owes the mob tons of money, he sees an opportunity to not only kill his brother, but also a gangster in order to clear the debt away. He didn’t count on the local mob boss being a scene-chewing Rod Steiger who has no problem whatsoever working with the cops to entrap Norm Peterson in a third act gaslighting nightmare. Joining us to wrap up the podcast is the same guy who helped start it off, Leonard Pierce.
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