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Culture 2000, c’est l’histoire de cet événement super connu que tu fais semblant de connaître, du mec qui a un nom de rue dans toutes les villes, et du bouquin que tu es censé avoir lu. C’est comme le Trivial Pursuit mais à la fin tu gagnes le camembert. @Culture_2000
 
A bite-sized daily podcast from the Culture and The Goods teams at Vox that goes wherever our (and your!) pop culture and consumerism curiosities take us. Hear the stories behind the news and trends, get personal about purchases, and find your next book or binge watch. New episodes daily, Monday to Friday. Each 15 minutes or less.
 
How does Tangoe—a global organization with nearly 2,000 employees, who has acquired several organizations throughout its 20-year history—maintain, nurture, or alter its collective company culture? Before answering that, an organization must first discover its culture as it currently exists—without judgement. And that’s precisely what this podcast intends to do. Join us as we rediscover Tangoe's culture through a series of candid interviews with employees, clients, and other leaders and profe ...
 
Grab your favorite scrunchie and some roll on body glitter, Jessi & Lindsey are about to hit you with your weekly dose of Y2K nostalgia. Each week, the girls will be sitting down and chatting with your favorite stars from the late 90’s and early 2000’s. Now that the stars are finally out of their contracts, they can tell all like never before.
 
Join host Pat on his crusade to "Read Them All!" In this podcast he will recap and review his collection of comic books one issue at a time from the oldest to the newest by the issue cover and publish date. The collection contains comic books from the 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000's. Come join the adventure.
 
Welcome to the Enlightened Culture Podcast! How Can I do what I want? This is a place were I talk about things on my mind. Sometimes I overthink things but its a way to get conversations going about things the masses don't like to talk about. I'm not were I want to be yet but being close minded will not improve our lives. Ive been there like so many other people. Stuck in a job that is sucking your life away slowly. Matter of fact Im still in a couple right now and I hate it. I want to escap ...
 
The Chemical Brothers are a British electronic music duo composed of Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons originating in Manchester in 1989. Along with The Prodigy, Fatboy Slim, The Crystal Method, and fellow acts, they were pioneers at bringing the big beat genre to the forefront of pop culture. In the UK, they have had five number one albums and 13 top 20 singles, including two number ones. The duo have won a number of awards throughout their career, including four Grammy Awards—twice for Best Elect ...
 
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I'm 5 ' 10 and 150 lbs right now. I started this cutting phase on August 3rd at 156.4 lbs. My maintenance calories are about 2,650 calories and I cut about 500 calories. I feel like this requires a lot of mental toughness because sometimes you feel hungry. Just remember you aren't starving yourself but you will feel hungry. In the morning I take kr…
 
If you’re a dreamer, a wisher, a liar, a magic bean buyer, or you just hate doing dishes and taking the garbage out, you’ll surely find something to relate to in our episode on celebrated author, illustrator, poet, and all-around Renaissance Man Shel Silverstein. Though WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS was first published in 1974, long before we were even b…
 
Carmen Sorice, Tangoe's Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, is fairly new to the company though is already making a big impact. In this candid episode, we talk about how to have both productive work weeks and productive weekends, why recognition is an important part of being a leader, what it takes to become a best place to work, and h…
 
Injuries are part of the process. Obviously it sucks when you look forward to lifting weights but you physically can't. The best we can do is try to prevent injuries with stretching etc. I'm 5' 10 and weigh 145 lbs and I've been cutting calories for the last 5 weeks. I started at about 156.4 lbs and have dropped 11 lbs with a cut of around 500 calo…
 
We’re going to make this goodbye short and sweet: Vox Quick Hits is ending. All of us from the Vox Culture Desk and the team at The Goods want to thank you for following our work and tuning in to Tell Me More, Ask a Book Critic, The Best Money I Ever Spent and What to Watch. You can still keep up with us on vox.com. Vox Quick Hits was made by... Ho…
 
Everything you should have watched this summer as recommended — for the final time — by Vox's film critic Alissa Wilkinson (@alissamarie) and critic at large Emily VanDerWerff (@emilyvdw). Thanks for listening to What to Watch. If you enjoyed the show, please rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Hosts: Alissa Wilkinson (@…
 
Writer Gray Chapman tells us why a dinner of oysters, caviar, and champagne the night before she gave birth was the best $298 she ever spent. Link to essay: https://www.vox.com/the-goods/22456529/best-money-birth-c-section-oysters-cocktail Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be t…
 
For our very last episode, a listener asked for books with disabled protagonists. Specifically, characters whose disability is not their defining trait. Ask a Book Critic will continue in text form, so don’t stop sending your requests! Check out vox.com/ask-a-book-critic. Thank you for listening! Constance recommends: The Cormoran Strike books by R…
 
Writer Mae Rice goes to Starbucks every day. She tells us why she has no plans to stop. Link to essay: https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2019/4/9/18296792/starbucks-habit-millennials-money Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Quick Hits by …
 
HBO’s hit series The White Lotus takes the darkly comedic mind of creator Mike White and turns it loose on an elite resort in Hawaii. It’s a very funny, very engrossing look at the global mega-rich, with phenomenal performances up and down the cast list. And you can watch all six episodes right now. Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ a…
 
A listener asks for help with getting out of a reading rut. A voracious reader as a child, they now need some help falling in love with reading again. Vox Book Critic Constance Grady recommends big, grab-you-by-the-throat books to help us all rediscover our love of reading. Plus, hear some of Constance’s conversation with Tamsyn Muir from their Vox…
 
Three movies and a TV show perfect for back-to-school season. Alissa’s picks: ‘Legally Blonde’ ‘Approaching the Elephant’ Emily’s picks: ‘Community’ ‘To Have and To Be’ Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Quick Hits by subscribing in y…
 
If you’re nostalgic for the summers of your youth, there’s a chance you’re likely also pining for the first time you watched MY GIRL (1991) and MY GIRL 2 (1994). In When We Were Young’s Manic My Girl Monday episode, we discuss the surprising lack of child-friendly drama flicks and reflect on how we spent our summer breaks as kids before launching i…
 
Writer Doree Shafrir explains why she and her husband spent $3,000 on dog training for their unruly yet deeply loved dog, Beau. Link to essay: https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2019/7/9/20677946/doree-shafrir-dog-training-best-money Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to…
 
CODA is a heartwarming coming-of-age story about a teen, her dreams, and her deaf family. In theaters now and streaming on Apple TV+. What to Watch has new episodes every Friday. Support the show by rating Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leaving a review on Apple Podcasts, or by making a financial contribution to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Episode by: Hosts…
 
A listener asked for books that are mysterious, intriguing, and may or may not involve a murder. More specifically, books like The Secret History. Vox book critic Constance Grady gives four recommendations this week, including an entire genre. Plus, hear part of last year’s Vox Book Club Zoom event about The Secret History with writer Nicole Cliffe…
 
Summer vacation is top of mind here at What to Watch. Grab your flip flops, some popcorn (or perhaps a piña colada?) and pretend you're on holiday with one of these four fantastic films. Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Quick Hits b…
 
Writer Deepa Lakshmin explains how spending $29 on a concert ticket – for a show she didn’t even attend – taught her to love doing things alone. Link to essay: https://www.vox.com/2019/12/3/20991951/best-money-concert-ticket-solo-activities Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be …
 
A swashbuckling tale of adventure that feels dragged out of the mists of time, the new A24 film stars Dev Patel and is based on one of the most famous and important works of English literature: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, a 14th-century Arthurian tale penned in Middle English that has inspired centuries of study, contemplation, and scholarly b…
 
Many people don't truly ever enjoy their life once they become adults because they never find their purpose. Being programmed from a young age and being told what to believe in kills our creativity, confidence, and belief so we never actually pursue the real things that gives us satisfaction in life. It's up to us to realize that time is passing an…
 
A caller asks for books that feel like The Wonder Years. Vox book critic Constance Grady recommends three books that are perfect for summer nostalgia. Plus, Constance discusses the “free narrative” of The Princess Bride in a clip from the Vox Book Club Zoom event. Constance recommends: All Adults Here by Emma Straub Summer Sisters by Judy Blume The…
 
Ever have a goal that seems so far away like a 315 lb squat? Being a skinny ectomorph made me think reaching that goal was nearly impossible. Whats your goal? If you don't have a goal/plan you won't get were you want. When I started my weight lifting journey I didn't have a concrete goal but i knew I wanted to get stronger. Don't over complicate th…
 
This week: Sports! You had to know we were going to talk about sports, right? Yes, the long-overdue 2020 Tokyo Olympics are here. Get in the competitive spirit with these movies, TV shows, and episodes. Fake It So Real The Rookie Nimrod Nation Brockmire The Office - season 4, episodes 1 and 2 Battlestar Galactica - season 3, episode 9 Did you love …
 
Just put in the work. When you start feeling the pain or anxiety make sure you take deep breathes. The mind wants you to quit when the weight starts to feel heavy. Our bodies have a fight or flight response but if we breathe properly we will be able to think and react more clearly. If you want to get better you have to show up and do the same borin…
 
It seems reasonable to assume that food packaging saying the contents are expired indicates inedible food. You can trust the labels on what you buy in the grocery store, can't you? Except America’s food label system isn’t standardized, and it has very little to do with food safety. In other words, you could be tossing eggs and milk and other goods …
 
K-pop is hugely popular worldwide, and boy band BTS’s “Dynamite” was virtually inescapable in 2020. And yet, the genre is hard to find on American radio. Despite K-pop’s takeoff online in the US and all over the globe, radio DJs still find most of it too risky to play for a Top 40 audience. Aja Romano, a culture writer at Vox, explains why. Learn m…
 
Just like teen getting famous on TikTok over night, products are now going viral on the platform. Vox’s in-house TikTok expert Rebecca Jennings explain how this phenomenon works, the relationship between influencers and brands, plus the inevitable pitfalls that come with a rapid rise to recognition. Learn More: Read Rebecca’s story here. This episo…
 
Katherine Oung’s mother says “I love you” with plates of cut fruit. Katherine say it with cups of coffee. The Best Money I Ever Spent is a personal essay series from The Goods about the purchases that changed our lives in ways big and small. This episode was produced by Schuyler Swenson, edited by Alanna Okun and mixed by Paul Mounsey. You can read…
 
Pain = Growth. The sweat dripping down your face, that heart pumping fast, blood flowing through your veins, and that burn you feel on the last rep is whats is going to make you stronger. You are either going to grow from this or it's going to make you bitter. Learn how to control your breathing because thats how you manage that pain because it is …
 
Sometimes all you want to do on a sticky summer weekend is huddle up next to the air conditioner with a great, bingeable comedy. Emily VanDerWerff, Vox's critic at large, recommends three short-run TV comedies you can finish by Monday: We Are Lady Parts on NBC’s Peacock, Mythic Quest on Apple TV+, and Feel Good on Netflix. We’re conducting an audie…
 
In many parts of the world, insects are a regular part of people’s diets. That’s not the case in the United States, but perhaps it should be. Vox senior correspondent Dylan Matthews explains why eating bugs may be a more environmentally friendly alternative to eating meat, as well as what insect farming might look like. He also lays out why some pe…
 
Don't take your health for granted. People take the simple things for granted such as health, life, fresh air because we feel good. Never neglect how blessed we are and give thanks to the almighty because some people wish to be in your position. Always be grateful for your life because things could be worse. Some people wish they had the opportunit…
 
There’s been a lot of pressure to become a better person during the pandemic — to pick up a new hobby, read more books, or learn a new language. And as life gets back to something like normal for many Americans, that pressure is coming around again. Some employers are reportedly asking job applicants about the "passion project" they pursued over th…
 
Video games are fun and addicting because they make our brain release dopamine and it makes us feel like we are progressing. You are the main character of your own life and this world is the game. We living in a matrix and its up to us to realize this and put in work. This is the first time I hit 215 lbs x 10 on the squats . I am 5'10 and weigh 155…
 
Nothing makes a corporation seem less evil than a shout-out to small business. Big companies love to talk about how much they support the little guys. But are they actually helping or harming and what can be done about their fraught relationship? Vox’s Emily Stewart explains how companies like Uber and Facebook and Amazon use the reputation of smal…
 
Get to know your hosts Jessi & Lindsey as they discuss which three movies from the 90's/early 2000's they would show to a preteen, play a game of 90's this or that, and complete some fun magazine quizzes. Let us know what you would have chosen for your three movies by messaging us at @liketotallynotoverit on Instagram & be sure to leave us a quick …
 
This week, Constance recommends novels about how being Extremely Online™ messes with our brains. Plus, hear Constance in conversation with Rumaan Alam about his book Leave the World Behind from Vox’s Book Club Zoom event in June. Constance recommends: Self Care by Leigh Stein Fake Accounts by Lauren Oyler No One Is Talking About This by Patricia Lo…
 
Drive-in movie theaters have made a comeback — and today, we pretend we’re at one. From horror to weird cult classics, we pick our dream drive-in flicks. Grab some popcorn and a giant soda and join us! Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Quick Hits ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Looking for a new show or movie? We can help! No request is to…
 
Right-wing coffee shops are popping up across the country, proving yet again that America can make pretty much anything political. One sells blends such as “The Don” and “Sleepy Joe Decaf.” Another offers concealed-carry permit classes. Many have Donald Trump-themed decor and products. Reporter Luke Winkie discusses the MAGA coffee trend and why Re…
 
It’s Part Two of (deep breath) the When We Were Young Early Late Mid-to-Late 90s Summer Alien Invasion Spectacular, taking on the top alien flicks to invade 1997! In our latest episode, here come the MEN IN BLACK (clap clap), Barry Sonnenfeld’s massively successful action-comedy starring Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, and a slew of Oscar-worthy makeu…
 
When Max Ufberg and his girlfriend left New York for Pennsylvania at the beginning of the pandemic, they assumed it would be a quick trip. But as weeks became months, they splurged on a kayak and began to spend their downtime ambling through the very landscapes Max had once been so eager to leave behind. And he started to realize just how wrong he …
 
The House of Representatives recently voted to make Washington, DC, the 51st state in the union, something many residents have wanted for a long time. Even though momentum is building, the bill probably isn’t going anywhere in the Senate unless Democrats get rid of or change the filibuster rules. Vox policy reporter Jerusalem Demsas (@jerusalemdems…
 
Summer of Soul revives the forgotten, groovy history of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, a pivotal moment in Black culture sometimes dubbed “Black Woodstock.” This massive concert series spanned multiple weekends and featured everyone from Sly and the Family Stone to Nina Simone to Stevie Wonder to Mahalia Jackson. But the footage of the festival…
 
A rumor has taken hold among some Republicans that President Joe Biden wants to curtail America’s meat consumption — a rumor that, to be clear, isn’t true. The White House has no plans to limit people to eating certain amounts of beef as part of its climate proposal. However, that doesn’t mean meat has a positive impact on the environment. Food-rel…
 
In the mid-90s, multiplexes were invaded by an influx of movies centered on mankind’s first contact with extraterrestrials. And unlike the cute and friendly aliens we got to know in the 80s, like E.T. and ALF, the space invaders of the 90s mostly just wanted to annihilate us, starting with our favorite tourist destinations. Part One of the When We …
 
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