Library Notes: New podcast coming in October – Salisbury Post

By Sydney Smith Rowan Public Library SALISBURY – Podcasts are all the rage these days. Whether you’re listening to your favorite podcasts to hear the news, learn more about an interesting topic, or get a healthy dose of entertainment, you’re probably already connected to the world of podcasting and millions …

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Despite censorship and poor internet, Cuban podcasts are booming

No subject is forbidden. El Enjambre provided detailed coverage of the remarkable July 11 anti-government protests in Cuba and the harsh criticism of the ruthless crackdown that followed. Hosts also dissected the dismal state of the healthcare system as Covid-19 cases increased on the island, mocked government spray initiatives to …

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Teachers and schools agree on vaccine mandate policy

The Oak Park District 97 School Board voted unanimously on Sept. 14 to approve a memorandum of understanding with three collective bargaining units, outlining a comprehensive plan to comply with the state’s vaccine mandate. The protocol – which is between the district and the Oak Park Teachers ‘Association, the Oak …

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101 Ash St. dumpster fire gets hotter and hotter

101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza / Photos by Adriana Heldiz Few local public affairs stories are as crazy as this one. It’s a long, winding series of asbestos-laden events that began in 2013, when the city of San Diego was surveying downtown buildings to house its employees. Then-mayor …

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A new chapter for the library and archives

After more than a year of thoughtful planning and coordination between the Village of Pinehurst and the Given / Tufts organization, the village has announced the approval of a final agreement that transfers ownership of the Given Memorial Library and the Tufts Archives in the village of Pinehurst. This transfer …

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Enrichment of Elderly Care Podcast – Parkinson’s and Positivity with Clyde Campbell (Shake it Up) and Wesley Della Volla (Georgetown University) – available Tuesday, September 21

In our next podcast, we have a two-part episode focusing on a topic we’ve never talked about before, Parkinson’s disease. To help us explore the experience of people living with Parkinson’s, we have Shake it Up Foundation CEO Clyde Campbell, and in the second half of the show, immersive storyteller …

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Go Big For The Dodger Kids | News, Sports, Jobs

– Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of Fort Dodge, carefully pulls out one of the sticks while playing a game of Kerplunk with her husband, Merv, at the annual Go Big, Go Dodgers fundraiser held at Fort Frenzy in 2018 . – Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of …

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Go there: September 17, 2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

Around the area EMMETSBOURG – Pedal with Pete Bike Ride for Cerebral Palsy starts at 1:30 p.m. SUNDAY at The Shores in Five Island, Emmetsburg. MANSON – The Manson Lions Club and the Manson Police Department are hosting the 2021 Manson Bike Rodeo from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. SATURDAY …

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Computer Education ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Launches Debate on Data Sovereignty

Efforts are underway to teach computers to understand ‘ōlelo Hawai’i (Hawaiian language). The use of artificial intelligence technology could be a game-changer in advancing the use of the Hawaiian language. But some are concerned about tech companies and control – an area of ​​concern they call “data sovereignty.” Hawaiian-language researchers …

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Managing the Madrid podcast: Alvaro Odriozola’s debut at Fiorentina

In this subscriber-only and loan-tracking edition of the Managing Madrid podcast, Kiyan Sobhani and Matt Wiltse discuss: – Alvaro Odriozola’s debut for Fiorentina against Atalanta – His defense decision-making – Its partnership with Milenkovic – The situation of Reinier’s Jesus at Borussia Dortmund – Takefusa Kubo vs. Athletic Club – …

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Free Community Event + Live Music: Bethwood Daily

Hello, Bethwood! I hope you are doing well. Here are the latest local news, events and community messages courtesy of the Saturday issue of Bethwood Daily. Here you’ll find new stories, as well as stories you might have missed this week, among other useful information regarding Bethany and Woodbridge! Let’s …

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Quick Charge podcast: September 7, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://electrek.co/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2021/09/Quick-Charge-9.7.21-1.mp3 New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in …

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Music Day fundraiser is Saturday, Salem Car Seat Clinic

Students will participate in the Fête de la musique fundraiser this weekend It is estimated that 200 students from West Salem High School’s Orchestra, Choir and Orchestra programs will take to the city streets on September 11 to raise funds for the school’s music department. In years past, the Fête …

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Grant Opportunity: Field Research of Contemporary Culture within Black, Indigenous, and Colored Communities

Community collections grants will be awarded to support contemporary ethnographic field research focused on the cultures and traditions of diverse communities across the United States. This program is part of the new From the people: widening the path Library of Congress initiative to further connect the Library to Black, Indigenous …

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Heavy Ida rains force Bonnaroo music festival to cancel

Ready, pet, go! Leesa Dahl takes a look at everything about our furry, fluffy, feathered, fish (and more!) Animal friends. Arrives in your inbox every Monday. Sign up for Ready, Pet, Go! festival grounds were unsafe for driving or camping. On social media, the festival said on Tuesday, August 31, …

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Kick-start for the new municipal court in Trotwood

“It’s a lot,” he said. “It makes sense to have a court in the jurisdiction where we live because the police, they have families. Everyone is shorthanded. Everyone tries to attend all these court appearances. It makes sense to represent people where the tribunal is. To explore2020 census: here are …

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Bart Wallet appointed professor of Jewish studies

Wallet specializes in Jewish history, with a particular focus on modern and contemporary Dutch Jews. His research interests include modern Yiddish historiography, policies for integrating Jews into Dutch society, Jewish funeral culture, post-war reconstruction of the Dutch Jewish community, the place of Jewish religious rituals in societies. secularizing, and the …

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Pandemic Stories Set to Music Offer Inspiration and Healing – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

This scene is from the choral oratorio “Six Feet Apart,” a Rogue Valley-based multimedia production of Oregon pandemic stories premiered on August 29. Screenshot by video designer Camilla Tallis. Video designer and director Camilla Tassi produced the multimedia performance of “Six Feet Apart”. Courtesy photo The Los Angeles-based HEX ensemble …

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How to manage downloads in the iPhone Podcasts app

It is important that the Podcasts app downloads on your iPhone match your expectations. If you haven’t set up automatic downloads, you could leave home without downloading and having to use mobile data to stream your shows. On the flip side, it’s easy to let downloaded podcasts pile up and …

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The Academy of Music celebrates its 30th anniversary

The Academy of Music celebrates its 30th anniversary with the opening of a new studio and store at 51, chemin St. Anne. “Celebrating 30 years in business is an honor that makes us humble,” said Shawn Coughlin, Owner and Music Director. Music, pictured outside his new studio and store on …

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Quick Charge podcast: August 10, 2021

Hear a recap of Electek’s best stories from the day. Quick Charge is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn, and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple …

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MJ Murdock Charitable Trust awards $ 500,000 to help Montana Historical Society promote and preserve cultural heritage

Montana Historical Society Hélène, Mont. – The MJ Murdock Charitable Trust awarded $ 500,000 to the Montana Historical Society (MHS) to help preserve and promote the state’s cultural heritage through the renovation and construction of a new Montana Heritage Center. The funds will help MHS renovate its existing facilities and …

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‘Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ ​​actor Wyatt Russell to star in podcast – deadline

EXCLUSIVE: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Actor Wyatt Russell to star and produce new action podcast series Classified. Created by producer-writer-director duo Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg (Far), Russell will play “Ivan” alongside Brent Jennings (All American), Monica Potter (Parenthood), Olivier Cooper (Spirit hunter), Angela Sarafyan (In cage), Edwin …

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Don’t Dallas Cowboys Get National Respect?

Training camp is a wonderful time of the season when every football team – well, almost all – is undefeated and every team is full of potential. Or at least what Dallas Cowboys Nation thinks every summer. READ MORE: Hall of Fame story says Cowboys are heading to the playoffs …

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Raymond C. Richards, 66, from Potsdam

Raymond C. Richards, 66, of Baghdad Road, died on Wednesday afternoon, August 4, 2021 at the University of Vermont Health Network at Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital from complications of heart failure.(Source: Funeral home) POTSDAM, New York (WWNY) – Raymond C. Richards, 66, of Baghdad Road, died on Wednesday afternoon, August …

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Core Values ​​Podcast – Ruby Walsh

After the year that changed our lives, a new podcast from RTÉ seeks to find out what we really enjoy. Core Values, presented by RTÉ journalist Carla O’Brien, hears from people in Irish public life and the parts of their lives that are now most important. Throughout the series, guests …

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Player’s Own Voice Podcast: Perdita Felicien

World hurdles champion and acclaimed new author Perdita Felicien will cover track and field events at the Tokyo Olympics. In the Player’s Own Voice podcast, she shares her take on the racing days ahead at these Summer Games. Spoiler alert: There are no firm predictions on who will win the …

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Roblox CEO podcasts on the rise of the metaverse

All Transform 2021 sessions are available on demand now. Look now. If you’ve ever wondered about inspiring sci-fi tech in real life, look no further than Roblox. Roblox CEO Dave Baszucki and CTO Dan Sturman today kicked off an official Tech Talk podcast with a discussion of the rise of …

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Zello keeps people informed during unrest in South Africa

Gosai, also from Durban, was among 180,000 people who downloaded Zello following Zuma’s arrest. Users subscribe to channels to talk to each other, sending live audio files that can be accessed by anyone listening to the channel. Zello was originally designed to help people communicate and organize themselves after natural …

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DM Podcasts joins Nova Entertainment Podcast Network

Kane Reiken, NOVA Entertainment DM Podcasts joins the Nova Entertainment Podcast Network (NEPN) which will see Nova host and market its range of podcasts, alongside an investment in shared original podcast titles. DM Podcasts offers shows in all categories of sports, comedy and entertainment, including the award-winning The Betoota Advocate …

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