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Troubled Waters is the pop culture quiz show where comedians disagree to disagree. Twice a month, Dave will stoke pointless arguments between two teams of comedians and make them compete against each other in order to settle their meaningless debates once and for all. Winner takes home the right to be right.
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
This course covers fundamental algorithms for efficient analysis of biological sequences and for building evolutionary trees. This is an undergraduate course focusing on the ideas and concepts behind the most central algorithms in biological sequence analysis. Dynamic Programming, Alignment, Hidden Markov Models, Statistical Analysis are emphasized.
 
Join Arman Assadi in this pioneering podcast as he shares his entrepreneurial journey of finding flow and fulfillment and goes deep down the rabbit hole with some of the world’s most fascinating thought leaders, NYT bestselling authors, academics, artists, and real-world heroes. We'll unpack juicy topics like entrepreneurship, psychology, philosophy, mental health, personal development, mindset, and more. Arman’s mission is to democratize wisdom. He is the co-founder of Steno, a stealth A.I. ...
 
A native of Elsass in France, Christopher Kah is a self-taught, multi-talented multi-instrumentalist. A truly unique talent, he is also a man for whom the approach is every bit as fundamental as the result. As notable for his dedication to techno as he is his penchant for classical music, Kah first began composing music in his early teens and possesses over a decade of classical and jazz music experience as an organ player. An obsessive student of sound, Kah’s roots in electronic music can b ...
 
The Greatness Movement program is considered the ultimate self-awareness tool. We help to create conscious knowledge of one’s own character, feelings, motives, and desires. To create personal knowledge and growth, we must overcome our hardships and the pain we have all experienced. We have developed a program to achieve awareness and it starts with being focused on YOU first. With our Greatness Groups and radio show, we teach the process of self-awareness, personal development, relationships ...
 
Watch Video | Listen to the Audio PATRICIA SABGA: That’s the sound of manufacturing jobs on the way. Two thousand of them expected within two years, when this 500 acre plant near Ridgeville, South Carolina, starts rolling out vehicles for Swedish auto giant Volvo. KATERINA FJORDING: This is our very first factory on the American continent. We’re going to have a full-fledged plant, where you can build cars from scratch, basically. PATRICIA SABGA: Katarina Fjording is the company vice presiden ...
 
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The Confederate States seceded from the United States over slavery. But the “lost cause” myth—the idea that the Civil War was not about slavery but about northern aggression—still has a hold on countless Americans. The historian Ty Seidule doesn’t believe that anymore, though he only came to the realization well into his career as an Army officer a…
 
Your stories about the struggles of dating right now, and a pep talk from dating expert and How To Not Die Alone author Logan Ury. For more on Anna's upcoming book, "Let's Talk About Hard Things," listen to her conversations with writers Kelly Corrigan and Anna Quindlen on the podcast Kelly Corrigan Wonders all month long. Here's the first episode.…
 
Ido Leffler is a serial social entrepreneur and has been co-founder of companies including Brandless, Yes To Inc. and most, recently...Yoobi - a school supplies company that gives back. In this episode, Megan chats with Ido about an innovative partnership with Verizon that is helping provide both connectivity access as well as school supplies to ki…
 
In this hour, the moments of shock and uncanny realizations, and the tenacity, perspective, and humor that help us through. An unexpected skating partner, a family divided, a daily commute, and surviving a catastrophic tragedy. This episode is hosted by Moth Senior Director Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of …
 
Falling in love with reading and writing is a conscious effort that you have to make every day. Arman shows the ropes of it by sharing some hacks on how to read effectively and how to transfer that into your writing and later into your speaking. Today’s episode is packed with how-tos of effective speaking, by emphasizing the importance of reading a…
 
This week, our contestants Gianmarco Soresi and Jenn Welch learn about The Muppets, celebrate our 50th episode anniversary, and think up of new ways to leave your lover. Jenn Welch would like to plug LadyHD and her Animal Crossing shot-for-shot remakes and recommends @creepyamericangirls Gianmarco Soresi would like to plug his album Shelf Life and …
 
Filipinos make up 4 percent of nurses in the U.S. but account for a third of the nurses who have died from COVID-19 nationwide. Tracie Hunte, correspondent for The Experiment — a new series from The Atlantic and WNYC Studios —and Gabrielle Berbey , associate producer for The Experiment, discuss their reporting on how Filipino Americans came to work…
 
This week, On The Media presents La Brega, a new show from WNYC Studios and Futuro Studios. Host Alana Casanova-Burgess traces back the story of the boom and bust of Levittown, a massive suburb that was founded on the idea of bringing the American middle-class lifestyle to Puerto Rico during a time of great change on the island. Casanova-Burgess (h…
 
This week, OTM presents stories from a new series hosted by our own Alana Casanova-Burgess, called "La Brega." Hear what that term means, how it's used, and what it represents. Also, how one of the most famous homebuilding teams in American history tried to export American suburbanism to Puerto Rico... as a bulwark against Cuban communism. 1. Alana…
 
What should the Republican party look like after Donald Trump? For many prominent establishment figures, including those behind The Lincoln Project, the GOP has lost its way. The only way back, they say, is to purge the forces that brought Trump to power. But others warn that rejecting the millions of voters who supported the former president is th…
 
Guest host Maulik Pancholy presents four tales with unexpected twists and turns. We begin with his reading of “Riding Solo,” Simon Rich’s re-telling of the Paul Revere legend. An Italian holiday offers revelations to a group of tourists in Laura van den Berg’s “The Cult of Mary,” performed by Colby Minifie; Philip K. Dick’s “The Eyes Have It,” has …
 
At the start of the pandemic, Jollene Levid and her mother, Nora, found themselves glued to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s nightly press conferences. In a press conference late last March, Garcetti announced a new milestone: the first health-care worker in Los Angeles County to die of the disease. “When I heard him say that, I realized that he w…
 
“Untitled Pizza Movie” by director David Shapiro began in the 90s as a mission between two friends to find the best slice of pizza in New York. But after a pizza maker the pair interviewed was arrested on federal charges, the project was abandoned. Years later, Shapiro returned to the footage. He joins us to talk about the resulting docuseries.…
 
For the fourth installment of February’s “Full Bio” series, David W. Blight discusses Frederick Douglass’s political work fighting for abolition and suffrage. We look at his allegiance to the Republican Party, including his working relationship with Abraham Lincoln, and why Andrew Johnson was so dismissive of Douglass. Blight’s Pulitzer Prize-winni…
 
Salamishah Tillet, a contributing critic-at-large for The New York Times and the Henry Rutgers professor of African American studies and creative writing at Rutgers University, Newark, joins us to discuss her new book, In Search of The Color Purple: The Story of an American Masterpiece. The book explores Alice Walker’s seminal novel and its cultura…
 
Sasha Sloan is a singer and songwriter based in Nashville. She put out her debut album, Only Child, last year. Before that, she’d written songs for artists like Katy Perry, John Legend, and Charli XCX, and she’s been a featured guest vocalist on songs by electronic artists Odesza and Kygo. Sasha made her album with her boyfriend, producer Henry All…
 
A listener named Tony wrote to us about his deep love for his daughter, and what it was like to discover that he wasn't her biological father. Support Death, Sex & Money by becoming a monthly sustaining member. Sign up now. Like our show? Leave us a review on iTunes! Plus, follow us on Twitter @deathsexmoney and Facebook at facebook.com/deathsexmon…
 
In the third installment of our February “Full Bio” series, we look at Frederick Douglass’s family and friendships. Historian David W. Blight, author of Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom, talks about Douglass’s first wife, Anna, their five children (four of whom lived to adulthood), and his long and turbulent friendship with German feminist an…
 
Washington DC has some of the worst poverty rates in the nation. In the shadow of our government's most powerful institutions, crime and gun violence abound. But statistics are not enough to tell this story. "17 Blocks" is a documentary that follows the Sanford-Durrant family, who live just 17 blocks behind the Capitol building. The film spans two …
 
Femi Kuti and Made Kuti, son and grandson of the Nigerian activist and Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, recently released Legacy+. The double album celebrates musical ancestry while looking forward; Femi created its first half and the younger Kuti made the second. The two of them join for a listening party and to discuss their family’s own legacy.…
 
We're BACK with another episode of The Joe Show! Today Megan is once again joined by SelfishGiving.com's Joe Waters (Junior) to talk about all the purpose-focused advertising that DIDN'T HAPPEN at the Super Bowl this year, some social impact happenings that DID happen around the Super Bowl, St. Jude's Space Flight and why Joe and Megan may SOON be …
 
Puerto Rico’s relationship with the United States has long been a subject of intense debate. In 1952, Puerto Rico adopted a new status that was meant to decolonize the island. In English, we call it a “Commonwealth.” In Spanish, it’s called “Estado Libre Asociado”, or ELA. Puerto Ricans were promised for decades that this unique status meant they h…
 
La relación que tiene Puerto Rico con los Estados Unidos siempre ha sido un tema de debate intenso. En 1952, Puerto Rico adoptó un nuevo status que prometía descolonizar la isla. En inglés le llama “Commonwealth”. En español, lo llamamos Estado Libre Asociado, o ELA. Por décadas se le prometió a los boricuas que este estatus era único porque les br…
 
Luis J. Valentín Ortiz from the Centro de Periodismo Investigativo tells a hidden story from Puerto Rico’s debt crisis, that of the micro-creditors — thousands of low-income retirees and former public employees with claims that the government may never pay, ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars. As a federal judge prepares to make a decisio…
 
El periodista del Centro de Periodismo Investigativo, Luis J. Valentín Ortiz, cuenta la historia de los pequeños acreedores en la quiebra de Puerto Rico — miles de retirados y ex-empleados públicos que reclamaron al Gobierno dinero que quizás nunca recibirán. En momentos en que el tribunal federal se prepara para decidir sobre este tema, este episo…
 
Despite being a U.S. colony, Puerto Rico competes in sports as its own country on the world stage. Since the 70s, Puerto Rico’s national basketball team has been a pride of the island, taking home trophy after trophy. But in the 2004 at the Athens Olympics, the team was up against the odds, with an opening game against a U.S. Dream Team stacked wit…
 
Aunque Puerto Rico es una colonia de Estados Unidos, la isla compite bajo su propia bandera en eventos deportivos internacionales. Desde la década de los 70 el equipo nacional de baloncesto ha sido fuente de orgullo para todo el archipiélago boricua, ganando torneo tras torneo en su región. Pero en las Olimpiadas del 2004 en Atenas, la escuadra nac…
 
Photographer Chris Gregory-Rivera examines the legacy of the surveillance files known in Puerto Rico as las carpetas — produced from a decades-long secret government program aimed at fracturing the pro-independence movement. Gregory-Rivera looks at las carpetas through the story of one activist family, the traitor they believed was close to them, a…
 
Alana Casanova-Burgess traces back the story of the boom and bust of Levittown, a massive suburb that was founded on the idea of bringing the American middle-class lifestyle to Puerto Rico during a time of great change on the island. Casanova-Burgess (herself the granddaughter of an early Levittown resident) explores what the presence of a Levittow…
 
Conspiracy theories are nothing new. The question is: how should we process these pieces of information? Chances are, most of us will believe whatever satisfies our preconceived notions, whether true or not... In this episode, you will learn: Intro: Arman opens the podcast stating what today’s episode covers [00:00] Some announcements [00:52] The c…
 
A special episode featuring stories from women around the world. Resilient children, computer crashes, swimming lessons, life after a house fire, standing up to bullies and accepting help from strangers. Hosted by The Moth's Executive Producer Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media…
 
We launch the February installment of our Full Bio series with historian David W. Blight who joins us to discuss his 2018 Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom. Blight used new information drawn from private collections to explore the work and life of Douglass. We start with a look at Douglass’s early life as an e…
 
It was the early 80s, the height of the Cold War, when something strange began happening off the coast of Sweden. The navy reported a mysterious sound deep below the surface of the ocean. Again, and again, and again they would hear it near their secret military bases, in their harbors, and up and down the Swedish coastline. After thorough analysis …
 
Guest host Jane Curtin offers up tales of courtship and its consequences. In “Prince Amilec,” by Tanith Lee, a handsome prince pursues a beautiful princess, but it’s not the same old, same old fairy tale. Gildart Jackson performs. A couple explores their relationship in a humorous piece by A.M. Homes. “Be Mine” is performed by Sanjit De Silva and A…
 
To mid-aughts celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Britney Spears, they were high fashion. To the likes of Jerry Seinfeld and Eva Mendes they’re a sign of defeat; they declare to the world, as Jerry tells George Costanza in the Seinfeld pilot, “I’m miserable, so I might as well be comfortable.” And since the start of the pandemic, sweatpants have b…
 
Today, we're celebrating the very short-term romance: the one night stand. Those moments in life when someone appeared in a flash, you connected, and then you went your separate ways. Looking for more Death, Sex & Money episodes about sex and relationships? Here are just a few: Real Love: A Valentine's Special from Death, Sex & Money Margaret Cho's…
 
In January 2019, the artist Glenn Ligon was asked by curator Okwui Enwezor to serve as an advisor to an exhibition he had conceived of titled, “Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America.” While Enwezor passed away on March 15, 2019, the exhibition was able to be realized after his death with the help of an advisory team, which included Glenn…
 
Since 1992, the Taco Bell Foundation has reached more than 4 million young people across the country and has awarded more than $95 million in grants and scholarships, focused on education and career readiness. Much of this money comes from guest donations by way of a robust point-of-sale fundraising effort. In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Mega…
 
In this hour, stories of giving and receiving. A volunteer, a would-be chef, a firefighter, a date in need of a liver, and a scientist who needs a helping hand before she can help anyone else. This episode is hosted by Moth Producer Jodi Powell. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Storytellers: Kayl…
 
Dr. Mark Goulston is originally a UCLA professor of psychiatry for over 25 years, and a former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer. His expertise has been forged and proven in the crucible of real-life, high stakes situations. Mark is an influencer who helps influencers become more influential, his unique background has made him an indispens…
 
This week, our contestants Ellington Wells and David Koechner learn about bizarre Valentine's Day promos, give some grand romantic speechers, and pitch a few replacements for Samantha on the Sex and the City reboot. David Koechner would like to plug The Right One and Hey Good Meeting and recommends Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Ellington Wells would li…
 
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