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This is Vox Tablet, the weekly podcast of Tablet Magazine, the online Jewish arts and culture magazine that used to be known as Nextbook.org. Our archive of podcasts is available on our site, tablet2015.wpengine.com. Vox Tablet, hosted by Sara Ivry, varies widely in subject matter and sound -- one week it's a conversation with novelist Michael Chabon, theater critic Alisa Solomon, or anthropologist Ruth Behar. Another week brings the listener to "the etrog man" hocking his wares at a fruit-j ...
 
Jones.Show is the brainchild of author and speaker Randall Kenneth Jones and the original voice of “Siri,” Susan C. Bennett. Jones, the program’s host, and Bennett, the announcer and recurring guest, share a belief in the importance of conversation, laughter, listening, and respect for different belief systems. In addition to Jones’ established network of newsmakers and celebrities, Jones.Show's guests will include real people with surreal insight and will feature Jones' signature blend of p ...
 
John Mayall, el patriarca del blues inglés, creó las bases para el desarrollo de numerosos grupos, llenos de talento, en los años sesenta. En la práctica, gracias a él se formaron los núcleos creativos de Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Colosseum, con músicos procedentes de las varias formaciones de Bluesbreakers de Mayall, gente, en suma, que ha marcado (o marca) la historia del rock en todo el mundo. Nacido en Macclesfield, Cheshire, el 29 de noviembre de 1933, John Mayall creció en Bramhall, un sub ...
 
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Solomon RC Ali is the source of a wealth of information — especially if you care about money, success and the human spirit. He is a rainmaker when it comes to scaling profitable companies and bringing them public through the acquisition of funding and management consulting. There are currently only thirteen African American-owned publicly traded co…
 
The network of websites that pose as local news outlets but aren’t has grown exponentially in the run up to next year’s midterm elections. Who funds the sites, and how can we track them? And why are they called “pink slime”?On this week’s Kicker, Priyanjana Bengani, a senior research fellow at Columbia Journalism School's Tow Center for Digital Jou…
 
A renowned fitness expert, author, and columnist for more than 40 years, Denise Austin, is a champion for women who aspire to be healthy, active, and vital at every stage of life. Denise’s trademark zest for life, positive outlook, and purposeful attitude have endeared her to millions of fans across the country and helped make her a leader in the f…
 
Alison Lee Scheuttinger is an interfaith minister and a professor of sustainable systems and design. She's also lived through a near death experience and is currently living through symptoms from a long-haul battle with Covid-19. Interestingly Alison draws comparisons between her experiences and the fight we're all fighting with climate change. Che…
 
This week, the most conservative Supreme Court since the Great Depression convened. The 6-3 “super-majority” is poised to roll back decades of law. On our latest episode of the Kicker, Jay Willis, the editor in chief of Balls and Strikes, a site that launched last month promising “progressive, bullshit-free commentary” about the legal system, joins…
 
Medhi Hasan has built a global reputation on devastating interviews. Now on MSNBC and Peacock, is he a corrective to the equivocal tendencies of the American press?Jon Allsop profiled Hasan for our latest issue. On this week’s Kicker, he sits down with Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, to detail how Hasan’s approach can be seen as “an explici…
 
Adam Piore spoke to 50 current and former staffers at the Wall Street Journal on how the paper’s editors limit subject matter and political coverage in an effort to hold on to their traditional audience.On this week’s Kicker, Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, and Piore discuss his findings, the Journal’s obsession with the New York Times, and…
 
A two-time Emmy award-winning Producer, Lucia Kaiser has spent most of her life working as a top insider in the entertainment industry. She has developed a contact base second to none. After early completion of her academic studies, Lucia accepted an offer that launched her celebrated career in the entertainment industry spanning over forty years. …
 
In his five-plus decades of photographing performative wealth and celebrity at events like the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and the Met Gala, Larry Fink perfected the art of taking “candid pictures of very non-candid people.” On this week’s Kicker, Fink joins Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, to discuss coverage of last week’s Met Gala, how journa…
 
Charles Lichtman’s new action-packed thriller, “The Sword of David,” tells the story of an Israeli commando traveling across the globe, following clues in search of a major biblical treasure that could change the destiny of the world. Chuck is an expert in Middle East affairs and issues regarding terrorism. A practicing attorney in Florida, he serv…
 
For CJR, Jon Allsop followed the weekend’s deluge of September 11 anniversary coverage—where it excelled, and when it lacked self-awareness. On today’s Kicker, he joins Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, on what the media got right and what it didn’t.Columbia Journalism Review
 
Amilya Antonetti is one of the most sought-after Human Behavior and Strategic Advisor experts in the world. She has built or advised on over $2 Billion in sales for companies and high-profile clients such as Steve Harvey, Mike Tyson, Listerine Strips, Sharper Image, Cold Stone Creamery, and George Foreman. She has also appeared as a regular busines…
 
Gender and sexuality can feel natural and even immutable, but science and the lived experience of numerous humans tell us that these categories are far more variable than they may seem. At a time when dozens of states around the US have passed or are considering legislation to enforce rigid definitions of gender, queer theorist Jack Halberstam and …
 
The American Dream is often portrayed as the hook that pulls people to the United States. What is usually left out of the story is the hell many flee, sometimes a hell fed by the very country in which they seek refuge. The story of U.S. involvement in Central America is a classic example of wars inflicted on people by U.S. financed repressive regim…
 
Steel produced in Youngstown, Ohio, helped America win World War II, and it was used to build the bridges that we cross and the buildings in which we live. But in the 1970s, the mills began closing. Some 50,000 well-paid jobs were gone. There was a concurrent rise in anger as the workers and their children struggled to survive with minimum-wage job…
 
There is a long tradition of imperial denial in the United States. After all, Americans fought the British Empire and have always thought of themselves as different from European colonialists. They are Empire Slayers — why else would “Star Wars” and its fight against the Galactic Empire have such a hold on the popular imagination? In this episode, …
 
Whiteness in America isn’t just the neutral norm against which racial minorities, particularly Black people, are measured. Whiteness in America means having the privilege and power that go along with being part of that supposed norm. And becoming white – not in terms of pigment but of social status – is a choice that nearly every immigrant or refug…
 
The issue of police violence and racism is a familiar one. It’s been present in the United States since the Republic's beginnings. And the stories of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tamir Rice and others cannot be understood if we do not know and comprehend that history. In this episode, we discuss race, crime, criminal justice, violence and the kind…
 
How We Got Here is a podcast for journalists about how history and identity shape narrative. As journalists, we like to say we’re writing the first draft of history. But if we don’t know our own history, we run the risk of misinterpreting what we see and what we hear. Of failing to connect the dots. George Floyd’s murder, the Black Lives Matter mov…
 
It's my turn to be interviewed. After losing my grandpa a few months ago, Jamie Valencour came back on the podcast to talk to me about the loss of my grandfather, the importance of talking about grief and how awkward I made things on our first date. Check the show out on your favorite social platforms! https://twitter.com/DeathSpacePod https://www.…
 
Thinking about how the universe itself may end can put our lives into perspective. Especially when you consider not even black holes last forever! Charles Liu is an astrophysicist at The American Museum of Natural History, CUNY Staten Island and a regular contributor to Neil deGrasse Tyson's podcast, Star Talk. He Joins Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jo…
 
When Samuel Getachew was a sixth grader in the Oakland public school system, Akintunde Ahmad was a “hometown hero,” headed to Yale. On this week’s Kicker, Ahmad, now a CJR contributor and Ida B. Wells fellow, and Getachew, a rising first year at Yale, discuss the media’s misuse of successful Black students.…
 
Sheldon Soloman is a professor of psychology from Skidmore College, in New York. Sheldon and his colleagues study death. Specifically how being reminded of our own mortality can affect our behavior. Let's just say it doesn't make us more open minded. Check the show out on your favorite social platforms! https://twitter.com/DeathSpacePod https://www…
 
How do we report and contextualize the January 6 insurrection, or the largest efforts to suppress the vote since the Voting Rights Act was passed in 1965, or the way political power is wielded in the US without understanding the racial history of our country? On this week’s Kicker, Hannah-Jones, the new Knight chair in race and reporting at Howard …
 
Author, speaker and JONES.SHOW podcast host Randall Kenneth Jones wears many hats; however, his expertise in the art of storytelling has garnered the most notice. Every human being and every business has a story to tell — and an audience they need to hear that story. Randy helps individuals and businesses develop their most compelling stories for t…
 
Laura A Sussman is an owner and licensed Funeral Director of Kraft-Sussman Funeral and Cremation services. Laura and her partner do things a little differently. They wanted to change the death industry. They accomplish that goal by offering advanced options for families, therapy dogs, how they paint their funeral home, how their staff is paid and m…
 
Not long after his 50th birthday, journalist and perennial do-gooder Steven Petrow began making a list of the stupid things he refused to do when he got old. This tally—which kept getting longer and longer—proved to be a highly judgmental, not-quite-mean-spirited-but-close accounting of everything he thought his parents were doing wrong. His list c…
 
In this episode Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) interviews Steff King who is a Masters Student and Researcher from Simon Fraser University in Canada. They're studying how changes to funeral services due to Covid-19 are affecting the bereaved and mortuary staff alike. They also study the efficacy and thoroughness of death investigations as it relat…
 
The pandemic’s limits on primary candidates and the journalists who cover them; a drastically shorter campaign season; and all but absent public polling thanks to the new ranked choice voting. This has been a New York City primary season like no other.On this week’s Kicker, Errol Louis, who is the anchor of NY1’s “Inside City Hall,” the host of the…
 
Empowering and inspiring women to look and feel their best at any age, Dawn Gallagher is a former supermodel, author, vlogger, beauty expert, television host and mother. A veteran of the beauty business for over 25 years, Dawn discovered years ago that taking care of oneself is not self-indulgent but self preservation. She has authored two New York…
 
In episode 12, Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) talks with actor, comedian Mike Sause about the loss of his mother, how grief transformed his life and inspirational quotes. Check the show out on your favorite social platforms! https://twitter.com/DeathSpacePod https://www.facebook.com/Death-Space-Podcast-107080187930028 https://www.instagram.com/de…
 
Gary Rosen Communications has fostered excellent relationships with studios, celebrities, authors, musicians and corporations. GRC’s clients include CBS Television Distribution’s “Judge Judy,” the #1 program in daytime television and the syndicated courtroom hit, “Hot Bench.” Before entering the field of Public Relations, Rosen was a television wri…
 
In episode 11 Patrick Jones (@Patrick_e_jones) talks with mom, writer and yoga instructor about the many ways yoga can help someone who's grieving. Sarah also shares about her personal grief and what not to say to a person who has had a miscarriage. Sarah is also putting together a yoga retreat in Maui for March, 2022. https://blissedyogaretreats.c…
 
At the start of the pandemic, the UK government’s suppression of data prompted Carole Cadwalladr and her colleagues at All the Citizens to found Independent SAGE, a group of scientists who shadow official government scientists. Now, as the UK hurtles towards a June 21 reopening that now looks unlikely to happen, the group’s findings are more concer…
 
Despite the focus on court show guests this season, the idea of going to court scares me. I want to do everything I can to stay on the right side of the law. It's also come to my attention that, though I try to be a nice guy, people seem to like it when I get all worked up—and when I occasionally eschew the traditional Randy-with-guest format in fa…
 
Did you know you can be declared dead in one state and not be considered dead in another? In episode ten I'm joined by Dr. L Syd M Johnson who is a Bioethicist at SUNY Upstate Medical University and we talked about declaring brain death, organ donation and the ethics involved. You can check out Syd's website here - sydmjohnson.com Check the show ou…
 
With over ten thousand athletes from more than two hundred countries, the Olympics are typically a sports writer’s dream. But with Covid protocols in Tokyo this summer, and heightened awareness that players no longer need the press to connect with their fans, is spontaneous sports access also obsolete?On this week’s Kicker, Andrew Keh, a sports rep…
 
Most know her by one name, Rolonda, under which she launched her own internationally syndicated talk show (1994-1998), produced by her company, Watts Works, in association with King World Productions. However, for almost four decades, Rolonda Watts’ name, face, and distinctive voice have been known by audiences everywhere, thanks to her many award-…
 
Geshe Tenzin Namdak is a monk and a teacher. Namdak joins Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) to talk about how the teachings of Buddhism approach death, grief and life. More on Namdak: Geshe Tenzin Namdak is a monk with a western scientific education who teaches Buddhist mind science, philosophy, and practice worldwide based on two decades of study a…
 
About half of daily local newspaper circulation in the US is now controlled by hedge funds. On this week’s Kicker, Rebecca Lurye, a reporter for the Hartford Courant and unit chair for the Hartford Courant Guild, and Danielle Ohl, a reporter for the Capital Gazette and chair of the Chesapeake News Guild, join Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR.…
 
Mental health advocate Joel Relampagos was born in Manila, Philippines, on January 25, 1982. Decades before Asian hate shockingly gripped our nation, he moved to the US on his 6th birthday. As a Southern California resident, he grew up in a strict, Catholic/Filipino home and dealt with the parental expectations of their son becoming a Doctor. At th…
 
In episode 8 Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) talks with actor, comedian, dancer and writer Kirsten O'Brien. Kirsten talks about her spirituality, the stigma associated with addiction, the loss of her father and how her life changed after his death. Check the show out on your favorite social platforms! https://twitter.com/DeathSpacePod https://www.…
 
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a Mississippi case that outlaws abortion after 15 weeks gestation, the media’s coverage of abortion, and the language used to describe it, will be back in the spotlight.On this week’s Kicker, Maria Clark, a Louisiana-based healthcare reporter with USA Today’s Americ…
 
The unexpected twin brother of actor Christopher “Ashton” Kutcher, Michael met his first of many challenges at birth. Entering the world notably smaller than his twin at less than five pounds, Michael was hardly responsive and struggled to take his first breath. Thanks to outstanding medical care and his instinct to survive, Michael pulled through …
 
Ralf Jean-Pierre AKA Precious Gorgeous is a rapper, comedian and actor with an incredible story. Ralf joins Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) to talk about how losing his best friend led to him traveling around the country on a bicycle performing Shakespeare in public spaces. It's on you've got to hear to believe. Check the show out on your favorite…
 
Ruth Margalit is an Israeli journalist living in Tel Aviv. By day, she covers the crisis there for the New Yorker. By night, her young family shelters in their building’s stairwell.On this week’s Kicker, how American framing of this week’s violence conflicts with the rest of the world’s; how Israeli military censors lost control of the narrative; a…
 
In this episode Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) talks with Joèl Simone Anthony aka “The Grave Woman”. Joèl is a funeral director, embalmer, educator and youtuber. They spoke about the process of preparing a body, what it's like for the person doing the work, funeral traditions and most importantly, how working in death affects how one lives life. …
 
Recently, Maria Bustillos had the opportunity to discuss “post truth,” press manipulation, and right-wing media lies with Joan Donovan, the research director of Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics, and Public Policy, and Claire Wardle, the cofounder and director of First Draft, a nonprofit focused on addressing mis- and disinformation. …
 
“Nomadland,” a film inspired by and featuring non-actor sources from journalist Jessica Bruder’s 2017 nonfiction book of the same name, just swept the Academy Awards. Both book and film explore the life of America’s “new nomads,” who live without traditional housing since losing their savings in the Great Recession. On this week’s Kicker, Bruder jo…
 
A discussion on algorithmic design, data discrimination, social media manipulation, and how racism is baked in. The conversation is led by Nehal El-Hadi, a science and environmental journalist whose work explores the connections between body, place, and technology, with guests Chris Gilliard, a writer and professor whose scholarship centers on digi…
 
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