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Roleplay relajación, sonidos de la naturaleza, burbujas sonoras de música clásica y Asmr. Si te gustan las Historias Fantásticas te invito a mi Podcast Historias para ser leídas: https://www.ivoox.com/podcast-historias-para-ser-leidas_sq_f1552842_1.html Si necesitas mi voz para tu proyecto puedes contactar conmigo en: locuciones@historiasparaserleidas.com VÍAS DE CONTACTO: https://historiasparaserleidas.wordpress.com/ TWITTER: @hleidas YOUTUBE: Olga Paraíso Telegram: https://t.me/historiaspa ...
 
Disturbin' the 'Burbs is a weekly-ish podcast—hosted by the dynamic-duo husband & wife team of Jim and Jen Sharon—all the way from the bustling suburbs north of Seattle, Washington. The podcast is part tabloid, part life experiences, with a mixture of current events and pop culture infused with a cocktail or four. At the very least, it tries to be entertaining. Jim has been a designer in the tech industry most of his adult life and is always looking for new creative challenges—which is how t ...
 
Buzz Burbank News and Comment has been appointment radio for decades. Now, it's a podcast you can hear anytime! Buzz Burbank presents the day's big stories, presented from a unique perspective, and featuring stories you won't hear anywhere else! It's a daily journal from Buzz to make you feel the news, to make you laugh, and to make you think.
 
We are excited to share with you our weekly wide-ranging zoom conversation with real estate experts from around our area, from the Boroughs of New York to the 'Burbs of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. We want to know what the top agents in New York and Connecticut are seeing and hearing We want to know which neighborhoods and towns are poised to take off, which ones could crash We want to know which firms are getting it done, and which ones might be stuck in neutral We want to know whe ...
 
Have you been a Bachelor and Bachelorette fan since the beginning? If so, you might remember me, Jen Schefft, one of the show’s original stars. I “won” the proposal from The Bachelor Andrew Firestone on season 3 of the infamous ABC television series, that relationship ultimately ended, but I was given another chance at finding love as The Bachelorette - and I was the first Bachelor or Bachelorette star in the show’s history not to make a match! The backlash I experienced led to me writing a ...
 
ROB BURBEA (1965-2020) was Gaia House’s much-loved resident teacher for 10 years from 2005 - 2015, when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. During his time at Gaia House, Rob wrote Seeing that Frees: Meditations on Emptiness and Dependent Arising (seeingthatfrees.com) – an important and influential work that continues to shape and open the meditative exploration of many. Emerging from this deep experiential understanding of emptiness, Rob dedicated much of his time and energy during the ...
 
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Te quiero, no te quiero, me quiero: Una pequeña colección de poemas, pensamientos y reflexiones sobre el amor, en casi todas sus facetas; Pequeñas cápsulas que contienen la misma dosis de realidad que de ficción, desvaríos locos de alguien casi tan cuerdo como cualquiera de ustedes. https://amzn.to/3eQIw4L 11 Relatos eróticos cortos para leer a sol…
 
Today, I’m chatting with my husband Joe, or as some like to call him, the winner of my season of the Bachelorette. We talk about how we met, having two daughters, what it’s like being married to me, his podcast - The Market Makers Club - plus so much more. Make sure to check us out!โดย Jen Schefft Waterman
 
In celebration of Father's Day, host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some favorite fictional dads; writer Adam Mansbach discusses his path to publishing the hit "parenting" book series Go the F**k to Sleep; filmmaker Maya Forbes recounts being raised by her bipolar father, which inspired her film Infinitely Polar Bear; songstress …
 
My friend Jenny, who has been on with me before, joins me in this entertaining episode where we talk all things ‘suburban mom.’ We break down our HOA board, substitute teaching, the new thong bikini trend, Chris Harrison leaving The Bachelor, mean reviews of my podcast, puberty and so much more. This is a fun one!…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello get excited about reviving some summer traditions; comedian Chris Gethard chats about his new road-tripping comedy special Half My Life and why he made a pit stop at the dubious Gatorworld theme park; Clint Smith, staff writer at The Atlantic, unpacks his latest book How the Word Is Passed, which tou…
 
Today I’m joined by Michelle Marie King, Founder & CEO of Positive Presence Global, a life-coaching service for teens and young adults. Michelle has an incredible story herself and has made it her mission to help teens navigate this crazy world we live in. If you are a parent of a pre-teen or teenager, you really won’t want to miss this one!…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some financial advice penned by listeners to their younger selves; writer and Slate advice columnist Daniel Lavery explains how his latest book, Something That May Shock and Discredit You, revisits the media and myths of his past through the lens of his transition; New York Times bestselling au…
 
Do you know how to best take care of your skin? Don’t we all want to age gracefully and slow down the aging process? I’m joined by Heather Hallen, managing esthetician at NEOSkin Center in Hudson, Ohio, who is here to help. We discuss all sorts of skin care concerns including anti-aging, rosacea, melasma, teen and adult acne, facials and much more.…
 
Back from vacation—Jim and Jen recap all the highlights from their adventure in Mexico… Jim helps promote Seth Rogen’s new book—Yearbook—which inspired a trip down the rabbit hole of 80s movies. And of course an episode of Disturbin’ the ‘Burbs wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t talk about all the shit we’ve been watching on tv lately. Thanks for li…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some controversial 1-star reviews submitted by listeners; bestselling author and vlogger John Green (The Fault in our Stars) discusses his new collection of essays, The Anthropocene Reviewed, which expands upon his podcast to review different aspects of our human-shaped world, from Diet Dr. Pep…
 
Episode #26 Roberto Cabrera & John Engel: This week you are our guests. Roberto and John want to talk with all of you about current market conditions. Roberto just released his Market Report for New York City, found here, and we know all of you have opinions and questions for each other about a market in both NYC and in the suburbs that none of us …
 
Are you a Survivor fan? If so, you probably remember my guest, Eliza Orlins. She was a two-time castaway on Survivor and also appeared in The Amazing Race. Her real job, however, is a pretty big deal. She’s a Manhattan public defender who is now running for Manhattan District Attorney, with a platform designed to transform criminal justice and make…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello talk post-lockdown self-care; author and blogger Samantha Irby discusses her latest collection of essays Wow, No Thank You and settles some household disputes in the "Live Wire Court;" comedian Jackie Kashian casts doubt over the “empathic” abilities of her fellow comics; and Grammy Award-winning blu…
 
This is the one show you need to watch if you want an understanding of the 12 towns of lower Fairfield County. As people move in to Connecticut in record numbers to compete for fewer houses than ever before it is more important than ever to understand the value propositions that each town provides. Some of these towns promise the best public school…
 
Episode #27: Classic Architecture and High-Tech Before you designing and building your next house you might want to know what you're getting. You'll want to walk through the design and see every detail. That is now possible. Join us today to see how Wadia & Associates are using technology to bring their ideas to life. We have Peter Michalsky from w…
 
Today I’m joined my Kristin Gambaccini, author of a new book called Crafty Family Ideas, who describes herself as an “average mom of 8 that can cook a mean homemade-ish dinner and bake cookies like a Bad Mama Jama.” She’s a hilarious DIY’ing wunderkind who has all sorts of fun ideas to help moms like you and me. Tune in to hear all about her!…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello celebrate the trivial things we spend too much time debating; podcaster Anna Sale reveals how she gets to the heart of the matter in her podcast Death, Sex & Money and in her new book Let's Talk About Hard Things; writer Elissa Washuta explains how magic and witchcraft helped her get sober, as detail…
 
Today, I'm joined by comedian and fellow podcast host, Tom Kelly (tomkellyshow.com). We dive into his latest escapades as he navigates his stand-up comedy career amid the pandemic. To say he's hilarious is an understatement. I'm not sure how else to summarize this episode except to say that it is funny, and I promise you will laugh as much as I did…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello celebrate Mother's Day by sharing some favorite fictional moms submitted by listeners; award-winning writer Saeed Jones (How We Fight for Our Lives) talks about coming out to his mother; comedian Laurie Kilmartin delivers an outrageous set about single motherhood; filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld chats abo…
 
The beautiful and bold MJ Snyder is with me this week, dishing about her time as a contestant on the latest season of The Bachelor with Matt James. We talk about her experiences on the controversial season, get some behind-the-scenes scoop on how editing can mislead the viewers, and find out what she's up to now. Don't miss it!…
 
Last week we stayed uptown. This week we'll tour Manhattan's neighborhoods with 2 experts: Jeffrey Goodman hosts the popular "Rediscovering New York" walking tours showcasing the city's great neighborhoods culturally and historically. But, since we are Realtors and care about the implications on real estate values, we'll be asking Michael Goldenber…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello get nostalgic about childhood foods; comedian and podcaster Laci Mosley (A Black Lady Sketch Show, Scam Goddess) lends her expertise to real-life "sketchy" situations; musician Michelle Zauner, a.k.a. Japanese Breakfast, discusses her memoir Crying in H Mart, in which she reconnects with her late mot…
 
Ack!! It's been a month since our last episode! Apologies listeners! At the beginning of this episode, Jen has some shocking news that she shares with Jim... then the conversation turns to covid vaccinations, upcoming travel plans, and of course an episode of DtB wouldn’t be complete without the usual pop-culture conversation—so we talk about what …
 
Did you know 1 in 8 struggle with conceiving a child, while 1 in 4 suffer a miscarriage or a loss? I’m joined by International Fertility Coach, Elizabeth King, who explains her mission to help men and women navigate infertility. She describes how she helps to ensure people do not feel alone or isolated if or when it’s happening to them. You won’t w…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello relish in delightful things; comedian Cameron Esposito unpacks the ups and downs of making Zoom her comedy stage; poet Ross Gay ponders his fascination with themes of joy and gratitude, while chatting about his essay collection The Book of Delights; and indie folk trio The Lone Bellow share a song th…
 
Episode #24 Hall Willkie and Mary Rutherford: He's running the premium agency in New York. She sells the biggest apartments. This week 2 of the biggest names in New York Real Estate reflect on 5th Avenue, Park Avenue & Central Park West, the iconic buildings, and how these neighborhoods are changing. We'll ask them to talk about the market and peer…
 
“It’s breast cancer” are three words no one wants to hear. My guest and one of my dearest friends, Erin Henkel, was 35-years-old and a new mom when she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2016. I was watching her two young daughters when the doctor said those exact three words to her and her life turned upside down. Erin shares how she foug…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello consider some dream careers; playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes explains her love of the human voice and how eavesdropping has inspired her writing; essayist Lauren Hough recounts the various hats she's worn — including airman, cable installer, and cult member; and instrumental duo Black Violin ponder t…
 
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