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Listen to sermons from GracePointe's pastors and guests. GracePointe exists to reflect God’s glory, point our community to His grace, and make disciples of Jesus. We'd love to have you join us in person! We meet every Sunday at 10am inside Greenwood Christian Academy, 5251 John Tyler Highway, Suite 37 Williamsburg, VA 23185. For more information visit us online: gracepointeva.com
 
Tyler Thrasher is an artist and scientist with a deep and aggressive obsession for rare plants. Specifically those of the cacti and succulent variety. This means that Tyler needs a greenhouse and this means that Tyler spends all of his time in that greenhouse. Tyler spends a lot of time speaking to himself in that greenhouse so he figured he would just turn on a microphone and talk while he worked in that very same greenhouse. This podcast features a man with many stupid and sometimes humoro ...
 
A Vancouver hockey podcast that doesn't talk about fantasy OR fancy stats. A loose, conversational based hockey podcast with a round table format. The show features a weekly assortment of good friends talking hockey, telling stories and trying not to take themselves too seriously. Sound quality: 11/10
 
Bootstrap Farmer Radio is a podcast discussing how to break into the modern business of agriculture on a bootstrap budget & education. The internet is making more connections and distributing knowledge in a way that makes it accessible for us all. Our focus isn't mega-greenhouses with million dollar machinery, instead, we talk about low-cost, versatile and adaptable green businesses that can sustain a family through the best and worst of times. We find the small farmers running profitable fa ...
 
Welcome to DangerTalk – the place where Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will share his authentic thoughts on sports, culture, and entertainment. Russell and his co-host comedian, Jeff Dye, will interview guests who are successful in their respective fields and, indeed, in life. The goal of each episode will be to give the audience a peek behind the curtain as Russell explores with each guest their journey to success, and unveils for listeners how each guest got to where they are. ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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The multi-hyphenate entrepreneur Mick came on the pod to share how he started his career as a DJ (Mick Boogie) for the Cleveland Cavaliers hosting parties for LeBron James and Jay Z. He rebranded himself as “Mick” to expand his reach in multiple areas, build for the long-term, and leverage his best skillsets. As a DJ, his most important skill is ho…
 
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been convicted for attempted bribery and potentially faces more legal consequences for other crimes of corruption. While the domestic ramifications are likely to be small, Andrew Mueller explains how it may be significant for countries struggling with corruption.…
 
Cullen and Mason chat with Tommi Holappa, the guitarist for Swedish stone rock band, Greenleaf. We chat about Greenleaf's upcoming album, their musical influences, and why Swedes love coffee so much. Check out Greenleaf: label.napalmrecords.com/greenleaf Check out our partner HM Magazine: hmmagazine.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblac…
 
The Vancouver Canucks find the win column after a tough four game losing streak, Thatcher Demko earns his first shutout and Jake Virtanen is still a Vancouver Canuck ... for now. Arash, Geeta and Ryan get together this week to discuss the apathetic Canucks' losing streak, their impressive team effort in Winnipeg and what the month of March has in s…
 
Colombia’s president Iván Duque Márquez has announced that the country will grant nearly one million undocumented Venezuelan migrants the right to stay for 10 years, arguably a surprising move by a conservative government. Might other governments take notice of this compassionate and pragmatic pitch? In a world rebuilding itself, could a more enlig…
 
Dan shares thoughts on Jay Z selling 50% of Armand de Brignac to LVMH, Cristal, and how it all ties together. After that, Dan gives an audio version of the Trapital essay, How More TikTok Stars Can Succeed in the Music Industry. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | SoundCloud | Stitcher | Overcast | Amazon | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | RSS Host:…
 
Canucks fall 3-0 to Mike Smith and the Edmonton Oilers and it seems like nothing is going right at all for these Vancouver boys. Ryan and Arash hit record immediately following the final buzzer to discuss the lacklustre performance from Vancouver, getting shutout by Mike Smith and another hopeless effort from the Canucks. Support the show on Patreo…
 
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Michigan State’s improvement, Juwan Howard as the coach of the year, if Virginia can get out the first weekend and why they wouldn’t want to see Kentucky in the SEC tournament. Then, Iowa’ Luka Garza joins the show to talk about the 2020 season ending early, coming back for his senior season, Chuc…
 
On this episode, Juliet and Erik talk with Margaret Myers about the growing importance of Sub-national actors in China's geo-economic engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean. Read the entire report "Going Local: An Assessment of China's Administrative-Level Activity in Latin America and the Caribbean" here Margaret Myers is the director of th…
 
Cullen and Mason chat with Greg Jehanian, the bassist of the legendary indie band, mewithoutYou. We chat about mewithoutYou's history, the evolution of Greg's faith, and the band's future plans. Check out mewithoutYou here: mewithoutyou.com Check out our partner HM Magazine: hmmagazine.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast…
 
Well the Canucks' losses are now in re-runs and the apathy continues to rise. Geeta, Arash and Ryan get together this week to chat about the struggling Vancouver Canucks and the ground they need to make in the standings in the Canadian division. They also chat about the Nashville Predators being open for business and the Toronto media's treatment a…
 
For the past six months, Indian farmers have been protesting against agricultural reforms that they say will destroy their way of life. This week, the arrest of a young environmental activist who supported them sparked international outrage. We examine what the protests are about and ask how Narendra Modi’s response fits into a pattern of governmen…
 
Slip-N-Slide Records founder and CEO Ted Lucas came on the podcast to talk about his influential record label. Slip-N-Slide was home to Trick Daddy, Trina, Rick Ross, Plies, and many more. We talk about the early days when Ted had to pay major record labels for distribution! We also talk about why his label stayed independent, why his artists had m…
 
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast talking about Jalen Johnson’s decision to leave Duke, the unrealistic expectations of players, the Fighting Leonard Hamiltons sending a message that they’re for real, Michigan beating Wisconsin on the road after a three week pause, Drake’s big win over Loyola Chicago, if Belmont will make the tournament, how…
 
Mason chats with Seth Hecox, guitarist for the legendary Christian heavy metal band, Becoming the Archetype. We chat all about Becoming the Archetype's history, how Seth's faith has changed over the years, and potential new music. Check out our partner HM Magazine: hmmagazine.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast…
 
Francesco Aquilini sounds off on Twitter and lets Vancouver know that sweeping changes aren't coming ... yet. Ryan, Geeta and Arash get together this week to discuss the Vancouver Canucks' finally snapping their six game losing streak. But it was Aquilini's rambling Twitter thread that overshadowed the whole thing. They also discuss Brian Burke and…
 
​In the wake of widespread winter protests across Russia, we look at how Alexei Navalny became the figurehead for opposition to Vladimir Putin. Are the ongoing protests building momentum? And, if so, is real change becoming more likely? Andrew Mueller is joined by Nataliya Vasilyeva, Andrei Kolesnikov and Mark Galeotti.…
 
The Vancouver Canucks finally returned home, finally got a day off, finally got a practice in but it was no match for Jacob Markstrom and his Calgary Flames, losing 3-1. Ryan and Arash hit record immediately following the final buzzer of the first of four games between the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames to discuss the complete lack of eff…
 
Human Re-Sources founder J. Erving came on the podcast to talk about why he recently sold the rising indie distributor to Sony Music, where he’s now EVP of Creative Development and an EVP at The Orchard, where Human Re-Sources now sits. We also talked about his experience managing artists like Jeremih, why record labels and indie distributors partn…
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Iowa’s fragility, Ohio State’s toughness, the Duke-UNC scrimmage, why Seth doesn’t think anyone is playing well, how the Pac-12 continues to be mediocre and Gonzaga as the old Marquette. Then, Missouri head coach Martin Cuonzo hops on to talk about his love of vacuums and leaf blowers, li…
 
Mason and Cullen chat with Cody Golob and Brandon Baun from The Drowned God. We chat about their new album coming out soon, the inspiration behind their music, and much more. Check out The Drowned God: thedrownedgodband.com Check out our partner HM Magazine: hmmagazine.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast…
 
The Canucks have lost five straight. They haven't had a lead in 300 minutes and the fans want answers ... and firings. Ryan, Arash and Geeta get together this week and spend an entire hour discussing just how bad things are for the Canucks. They players' lack of compete, Travis Green's excuses and Jim Benning just needing a bit more time. They expl…
 
On Monday morning, the military seized control of Myanmar and detained the country’s elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi, along with other politicians. The international community responded with condemnation and threats of consequences. But what do we actually mean by “the international community”? What power does it have? And do Myanmar’s generals – o…
 
A webinar recording of "The Best Hip-Hop Album Rollouts of All-Time," a conversation on the best album rollouts in hip-hop since the year 2000. I’m joined by Ernest Wilkins of Office Hours. We break down the marketing tactics that make a good album release and each shared our top five list of albums rollouts. Our lists include some big releases by …
 
Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with their takeaways from the Big 12-SEC Challenge, including Texas Tech looking strong, Baylor stopping Sharife Cooper and Kansas’ inability to attack and protect the rim. Then, LaPhonso Ellis joins the pod to talk about Tennessee’s offense getting stuck, Duke losing to Miami, the emotional drain o…
 
Cullen and Mason chat with Reese Roper, the lead singer of the massively influential Christian ska band, Five Iron Frenzy. We chat all about Five Iron Frenzy's new album, why Jesus isn't a Republican, and why he likes white microphones more than white people ;) Check out Five Iron Frenzy: fiveironfrenzy.com Check out our partner HM Magazine: hmmaga…
 
The Vancouver Canucks are horribly inconsistent and Tony DeAngelo is incredibly consistent, at being a bad teammate and showing problematic behaviour. Ryan, Arash and Geeta get together this week on the PON Satellite Hot Stove to discuss the Canucks' latest abysmal performance against the Montreal Canadiens. After a sweep of Ottawa and an incredibl…
 
Ten years after Egyptians rose up against long-ruling dictator Hosni Mubarak during the first hopeful weeks of the Arab Spring, we look at why it didn’t work out as the protesters might have hoped and ask if the energy of Egypt’s revolution is still alive anywhere. Andrew Mueller is joined by Nancy Okail, Ahmed Naji and Lyse Doucet.…
 
The Vancouver Canucks found their confidence, their scoring touch and their goaltending after sweeping the Ottawa Senators this week. Ryan and Arash get together for the second PON Post Game Show of the year to discuss the Lotto line waking up, Brock Boeser’s continued love affair with scoring on Matt Murray all while Thatcher Demko and Braden Holt…
 
A webinar recording of "Def Jam's Past, Present, and Future," a conversation on the past decade of business decisions made by one of hip-hop's most storied record labels. Gary and I discuss the highlights, the lowlights, and who should lead the label next. Listen: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | SoundCloud | Stitcher | Overcast | Amazon | Google Podcast…
 
Greenberg and Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Virginia as the hottest non-Baylor/Gonzaga team in the country, Auburn’s Sharife Cooper is having the biggest impact of anyone in college basketball, where Illinois stands, Oklahoma and Florida coming to life, and the undefeated Drake Bulldogs. Then, Tony Bennett joins the podcast to talk about ho…
 
Cullen and Mason chat with David Sittig, bassist of Impending Doom. We chat about Impending Doom's legacy in heavy metal music, their history, and upcoming album. Check out Impending Doom: https://www.impendingdoommetal.com Check out HM Magazine: hmmagazine.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/theblacksheeppodcast…
 
The Vancouver Canucks get absolutely embarrassed by the Montreal Canadiens (mostly Tyler Toffoli) and entered Monday night vs Ottawa in a 'must win' scenario. Ryan, Geeta and Arash get together this week to talk about the abysmal Canucks' losses last week vs Montreal, what the team was doing wrong and what needs to be done to get the team back on t…
 
Uganda’s president, Yoweri Museveni, has been declared the winner in a general election. We look at what it means for the future of Ugandan politics and the country's youthful population. What will Museveni’s sixth term look like? And where does this leave his opponent, Bobi Wine, and his supporters? Plus: a short history of Museveni’s rise to powe…
 
The Vancouver Canucks split the first two games of a three game set with the Montreal Canadiens, a thrilling but loose 6-5 shootout win followed by an absolutely ugly 7-3 loss to the Habs. The Canucks’ shiny new defense is either getting injured or making incredibly costly errors as mistakes were made across both games this week at Rogers Arena. Ar…
 
China is not the only player in the infrastructure investment game. So how does China's rising engagement under the Belt and Road intersect with investments of other countries? Jessica Liao shares multiple examples in which China's engagement in infrastructure investments, as well as in other areas of export investment management (e.g. export credi…
 
Music executive Binta Brown talked about why she left a successful career as an attorney to enter the music industry. We talk about the opportunities she saw and how the industry differs from other forms of media. We also talked about her work leading the Black Music Action Coalition, an advocacy organization formed to address systemic racism in th…
 
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