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The Relentless is a podcast from Century21 Real Estate and Slate Studios that rethinks business, redefines success, and reimagines customer experiences. In Season 2, podcast host, author, and entrepreneur Kristen Meinzer talks to experts and thought leaders from a variety of industries about surprising ways businesses and entrepreneurs are redefining hospitality and delivering extraordinary experiences to customers. Be sure to check out Season 1 to hear host Dr. Julie Gurner and inspiring bu ...
 
The Slate Daily feed includes new episodes from more than 30 shows in the Slate Podcast Network. You'll get thought provoking analysis, storytelling, and commentary on everything from news and politics to arts, culture, technology, and entertainment. Discover new shows you never knew you were missing.
 
Slater Hayes episodes are designed to highlight the everyday occurrences of life via poetry/social commentary. They are poignant, insightful pieces that address all facets of the black experience and are designed to evoke thoughts and thoughtful commentary. Each piece directly or indirectly addresses various topics as experienced through the perspective of blacks. Episodes are to be published every Sunday.
 
Welcome to the Get More Podcast! 95% of people are simply reacting to life, they’re NOT living it. This is where the other 5% live. The Get More Movement is for that 5% of the population that is not willing to settle, isn’t afraid to achieve every goal they’ve ever set for themselves, who want to start getting more today, simply because they’ve decided that they can. It's time to Get More today!
 
Welcome to The Ask More. Get More. Podcast. In depth conversations with Bare Slate Leaders Laura & Nicole as they talk to industry professionals to collaborate and share new thoughts, ideas, and practices in the ever changing world around us. The aim of this show is to speak with, and learn from, subject matter experts to find out how they are Getting More out of their area of expertise, and how we can learn to Get More in that area too! You are one conversation away from changing your life ...
 
Appreciating wine isn’t just about how it tastes or being able to talk about tannins and “mouthfeel.” It’s about the stories, the people, and the places behind each bottle. That’s what Slate Wine Club is all about. Join Slate Money host Felix Salmon for conversations with some of the world’s best winemakers. We’ve partnered with the talented craftsmen you’ll hear on this show to deliver their premium wines right to your door. Ordering is easy, just text SLATE to 878-777-5283 to set up your f ...
 
Your daily business news, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Your daily politics update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
A younger take on politics, faith, and freedom... as one of the youngest talk-show hosts in the country, Mike Slater defines "Generation Blaze", and encourages other 20-somethings to take personal responsibility, and dedicate themselves to constitutional principles. Mike Slater is live on TheBlaze Radio Network, every Saturday from 3p - 6p et. theblaze.com/radio
 
Your daily arts & culture update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
Ever wondered why some film ideas get made – and not others? With the help of a guest industry speaker, each of whom has their own finger on the “greenlighting” button, this weekly podcast examines the creative and business factors that determine what gets seen on movie screens. The series also discusses what tools and tricks are out there that can help a more diverse range of filmmakers and ideas find the paying audiences that their talents deserve. Each episode is hosted by Colin Brown, au ...
 
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From vowelless words to complex poetry, Berber to Somali. Slate Plus members get a bonus segment on Lexicon Valley each week, and no ads. Sign up now to listen and support our show. Twitter: @lexiconvalley Facebook: facebook.com/LexiconValley Email: lexiconvalley@slate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Joanne Lipman, author and journalist, joins to talk about the 2005 film Thank You For Smoking. They discuss the terrible trope of female reporters sleeping with their sources, The Marlbor…
 
To say that hydration is an invention is only a slight exaggeration. Back in the 1970’s and ‘80s, no one carried bottled water with them, but by the ‘90s it was a genuine status object. How did bottled water transform itself from a small, European luxury item to the single largest beverage category in America? It took both technological innovation,…
 
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Fears that an ultra-conservative faction would take control of the country’s largest organization of evangelicals did not come to fruition at the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting this year. But it was only a narrow loss, and, like conservatives around the country, the group remains sharply divided. Guest: Bob Smietana, national reporter…
 
This week Superhero Slate is getting some Flash-y set photos, Wednesdays are the new Fridays, why Batman and Catwoman are in the news, and more! What We Watching - Alone Season 7, Workin Moms Season 5, Luca E3 Part 2 - Nintendo: Zelda Breath of the Wild 2, Advance Wars Remasters, Cruis’n Blast News The Flash (movie) (17:05) Set photos reveal Superg…
 
We are joined by Erik Allen, a podcast host, entrepreneur and SecretKnock Influencer, to talk about how to get more out of cultivating and maintaining a growth mindset. A few points that we covered: the morning routine that sets the day up for success small wins and one step at a time created this huge win sell the house and move across the country…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Joanne Lipman, author and journalist, joins to talk about the 2005 film Thank You For Smoking. They discuss the terrible trope of female reporters sleeping with their sources, The Marlbor…
 
America has gone soft on monopolies. A small number of businesses control an ever-increasing market share with only muted protests from the Federal Trade Commission, the supposed antitrust watchdog of the U.S. government. But that all might be about to change with Lina Khan’s appointment as FTC chair. Guest: Matt Stoller, director of research at th…
 
To say that hydration is an invention is only a slight exaggeration. Back in the 1970’s and ‘80s, no one carried bottled water with them, but by the ‘90s it was a genuine status object. How did bottled water transform itself from a small, European luxury item to the single largest beverage category in America? It took both technological innovation,…
 
Le premier match de football télévisé en France remonte à 1952. En 1965, les téléspectateurs découvrent le tout premier ralenti, lors d'un France-Yougoslavie commenté par Thierry Roland. Mais avec l'arrivée de Canal+ et leurs ralentis en rafale, puis avec la numérisation de la réalisation TV dans les années 1990, la retransmission forge l'imaginair…
 
Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin discuss NBA injuries, Kevin Durant’s heroics, and Ben Simmons’ struggles. Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern also joins to assess the Supreme Court’s decision in NCAA v. Alston. Finally, David Epstein talks about distance runner Shelby Houlihan, who claims her positive drug test came from eating a burrito. NBA (3…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Spanish-language journalist and broadcaster León Krauze, who works primarily as a local news anchor in Los Angeles but also hosts a radio show and writes for outlets like Slate and the Washington Post. In the interview, León discusses the process of figuring out which topics and stories matter most to his commun…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Spanish-language journalist and broadcaster León Krauze, who works primarily as a local news anchor in Los Angeles but also hosts a radio show and writes for outlets like Slate and the Washington Post. In the interview, León discusses the process of figuring out which topics and stories matter most to his commun…
 
From “woke bae” to “woke-a-cola,” the word woke has taken the internet and mainstream media by storm. But how many people who use the word actually know what it means? On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison (but, really, mostly Rachelle) explain the decades-old origins of the word, and how its meaning has evolved as it’s gone from being sung as a…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Stacy-Marie Ishmael discuss Lina Khan and tech antitrust, Anna Wiener’s New Yorker piece on Silicon Valley, and the New York Times investigation into working at Amazon. In the Plus segment: MacKenzie Scott gives again. Mentioned in the show: “The Separation of Platforms and Commerce,” by Lina M. Khan for the…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Stacy-Marie Ishmael discuss Lina Khan and tech antitrust, Anna Wiener’s New Yorker piece on Silicon Valley, and the New York Times investigation into working at Amazon. In the Plus segment: MacKenzie Scott gives again. Mentioned in the show: “The Separation of Platforms and Commerce,” by Lina M. Khan for the…
 
From “woke bae” to “woke-a-cola,” the word woke has taken the internet and mainstream media by storm. But how many people who use the word actually know what it means? On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison (but, really, mostly Rachelle) explain the decades-old origins of the word, and how its meaning has evolved as it’s gone from being sung as a…
 
It's hard to believe that on this day 35 years ago you were relegated to being a memory. We love you just as much now as we did then. Not because of your super human feats on the court, and believe me they were super human, but because of who you were. Your out-going personality, desire to satisfy and accommodate all, regardless of the request. May…
 
Semaine chargée pour Joe Biden, marquée par une grande tournée diplomatique en Europe avec, au programme, cinq jours de sommets. D'abord, le G7 à Carbis Bay, en Grande-Bretagne, puis le sommet de l'OTAN à Bruxelles, suivi d'une réunion Union européenne-États-Unis le 15 juin, et enfin la rencontre avec Vladimir Poutine, le mercredi 16 à Genève. Un t…
 
Let’s be clear: Rap has always been musical. But back in the day, rappers generally, well, rapped: talked in cadence over a beat. Fans judged MCs primarily by their rhymes and rhythms, not their melodies. Now? Rappers are mostly singers: MCs from Drake to DaBaby slip seamlessly in and out of melody. Some hits that appear on Billboard’s Rap charts f…
 
Let’s be clear: Rap has always been musical. But back in the day, rappers generally, well, rapped: talked in cadence over a beat. Fans judged MCs primarily by their rhymes and rhythms, not their melodies. Now? Rappers are mostly singers: MCs from Drake to DaBaby slip seamlessly in and out of melody. Some hits that appear on Billboard’s Rap charts f…
 
HBO pioneered prestige TV and the concept of renting movies from home. Can it be a frontrunner in the streaming wars? Podcast production by Jess Miller and Cleo Levin. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast and bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn. Click here to get started and support our work. Learn more about your a…
 
Ever since police used a DNA platform called GEDmatch to crack the Golden State Killer case in 2018, police departments around the country have rushed to use genetic genealogy to crack their own cold cases. The result? Hundreds of violent cases solved. So--why are some states passing new laws to limit this new technology? Guest: Nila Bala, senior s…
 
As the big decisions for the term start to cascade down from the high court, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by one of the nation’s foremost thinkers and writers about the Supreme Court: Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of Berkeley Law School. Together, they unravel the ruling on the Affordable Care Act, try to discern the significance of the unanimous decision in…
 
Stacey Abrams dealt with a narrow --and tainted-- loss in the Georgia governor’s race by helping to turn her red state blue in 2020. On today’s episode of A Word, she tells host Jason Johnson about her campaign plans, her voting rights fight, and her worries about economic boycotts as a political tactic. Guest: Stacey Abrams, politician, author, an…
 
Emily, John and David discuss President Biden's G7 summit and the meeting with President Putin, McConnell’s plans to block a Biden Supreme Court nominee, and they are joined by guest Melissa Murray on what “critical race theory” is and is not. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Julia Ioffe for Tomorrow Will Be Worse: “‘Everyo…
 
On this week’s episode: Dan, Jamilah, and Elizabeth have advice for a mom who is less than pleased at her in-law’s ongoing joke with her toddler. Let’s just say the joke involves knuckle sandwiches and a fake punch to the eye. Can she raise her concerns without causing conflict? Or should she just let the joke slide? Then—a very special guest joins…
 
On this week’s episode: Dan, Jamilah, and Elizabeth have advice for a mom who is less than pleased at her in-law’s ongoing joke with her toddler. Let’s just say the joke involves knuckle sandwiches and a fake punch to the eye. Can she raise her concerns without causing conflict? Or should she just let the joke slide? Then—a very special guest joins…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate senior writer and host of Outward Christina Cauterucci and Julia Craven, Slate staff writer covering race, politics, and health disparities, talk about one woman: Kyrsten Sinema. From her wardrobe to her position on the filibuster, Sinema has been in the news a lot recently. The hosts talk about the Arizon…
 
Around the country, states are casting off pandemic restrictions. But for millions of immunocompromised people, the pandemic isn’t nearly over. Guest: Dr. Lindsay Ryan, internist at San Francisco General Hospital and San Francisco VA Medical Center in California. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members …
 
«Son intérêt c'est seulement mon plaisir à moi. Les fois où je n'en prends pas il est déçu, et on n'arrive plus à avoir une sexualité légère.»Jade, 28 ans, souffre de la pression que son compagnon fait reposer sur ses épaules dans le cadre de leur sexualité depuis qu’il a été victime d’une lésion cérébrale. À force de le voir rechercher uniquement …
 
L'humain est un animal affecté par le langage, un être parlant. La parole crée du lien, de la pensée, ou soigne. Au cours de ses travaux, la philosophe Barbara Cassin s'est intéressée à une parole bien précise, celle du politique et de ses discours. Il y a les discours qui ne sont que du bruit, du marketing électoral et de l'invective, mais aussi e…
 
Cette semaine dans New Deal, lumière sur la vice-présidente américaine Kamala Harris, quelque peu sortie de l'ombre la semaine du 7 juin en accomplissant un voyage officiel au Mexique et au Guatemala.On sait que Kamala Harris est une vice-présidente inhabituelle: elle est la première femme et première personne de couleur à occuper cette fonction. E…
 
It’s Pride month, which means Outward is feeling particularly festive! Christina, Bryan, and Rumaan are joined by musician Julien Baker to discuss her feelings about Pride, queerness, fluidity, and ways of interpreting queer art. Then Jillian Hanlon, a trans cop in upstate New York, joins to offer her take on the recent debate over cops at Pride. I…
 
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