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This isn't your typical political podcast. Brought to you by one of the oldest gun violence prevention organizations, Red, Blue, and Brady discusses current events and shares personal narratives in its exploration of America's epidemic of firearm woundings and deaths. In these episodes, you'll hear our hosts JJ and Kelly talk with survivors, activists, academics, politicians, and more as they join together for insightful — and, despite the grim subject matter, at times humorous — dialogs abo ...
 
The Justin Brady Show amplifies the best ideas, companies, entrepreneurs, and people on earth. Justin is an emerging tech PR communications guy that works in SEO, content strategy, PR and comms. When he's not amplifying his clients, he's amplifying ideas, companies, entrepreneurs, and people in the larger community. Past guests include: Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks; Blake Irving, CEO of GoDaddy; Ancesty.com Founder Paul Allen; Best-Selling authors like Dan Ariely, Dan Pink, Matthew M ...
 
Drilled w/ Dr Brady is a podcast where a mild mannered dentist named Brady Smith and slightly unhinged rocker co-Host Lowell-George tackle the complex world of dentistry, conspiracy theories, shenanigans, evil shenanigans and anything else Dr. Brady can think of. Featuring celebrity interviews, comedian and dentist guest hosts and a $500 weekly giveaway. Drilled with Dr. Brady aims to demystify dentistry one terrible dad joke at a time. Dr. Brady Smith is Founder and President of HALO Dental ...
 
Greg has been with CORUS and AM640 since Fall 2019 when he crossed over from Sportsnet 590, the Fan after 9 1/2 years wanting to do something more challenging and diverse than "just" sports. After success early in his career in Detroit co-hosting the top-rated morning sports talk show in the entire state of Michigan from 2002 to 2007, Greg came to Toronto and CORUS/AM640 to co-host "The Bill Watters Show" when the company had the broadcast rights to the Toronto Maple Leafs. His time at Sport ...
 
Hello and welcome to the BradyBros Podcast. In this podcast you will find coverage of the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins and the New England Patriots. We also venture outside of sports to cover things in topics such as technology, the web, movies and tv, and more! We hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
 
Corona is the Founder of the Energy For Life Academy, Holistic Life Coach & Mentor, Mind Detox Therapist, Kundalini Teacher, Podcast Host & Producer and Speaker for more than 10 years. She has helped thousands of professionals from all over the world transform their burnout, stress & overwhelm to reclaiming their innate power and vitality. Corona's mission is to help prevent burnout in 1 million lives by 2040 via her online masterclasses and programs, mentoring, retreats, and live events. ww ...
 
The NFL is officially back and Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray have teamed up this season to bring you a new podcast every week. Enjoy in-depth insightful and introspective one-on-one conversations with each of these future Hall of Famer football players. They will be discussing all of the trending stories that are happening on and off the football field such as Larry talking about his future in the NFL to Tom sharing tales from his personal life.
 
Join Navah and Matt Asner as they discuss topics relating to the world of autism and family. Navah and Matt have six children. 3 who are autistic. They are the founders of the Ed Asner Family Center. A center that provides arts and vocational enrichments and counseling services and support groups to special needs individuals and their families.
 
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Today in 1921, Green and Green cracker company of Dayton, Ohio trademarked the name of a new product that is still doing quite well: it’s the birthday of the Cheez-It. Plus: Today in Pennsylvania, it’s 143 Day, celebrating the one and only Mister Rogers. Were Cheez-Its really invented in Dayton? Yes, and here's the story (Dayton.com) 143 Day in PA …
 
Greg talks with Canadian music icon, Tom Cochrane (12:07), Toronto Star Columnist and Washington Bureau Chief. Edward Keenan about the Buffalo massacre (25:30) and Global News Chief Meteorologist, Anthony Farnell about the long weekend weather (35:12). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Tach & Jimmy look back and hilariously dissect along with guest, Eric Snyder, S:5/E:17 - Welcome Aboard of THE BRADY BUNCH. Laugh along and have a super groovy time! A VERY BRADY PODCAST is a part of THE RETRO NETWORK! https://www.theretronetwork.com/ CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO KEEP UP WITH TONY GRATE AND HIS UPCOMING NOVEL! https://www.orderofcosmicc…
 
Send in your question via text to 1-800-485-3139. Question #1 (00:44): Is the perfect URL as important as it used to be? Are we past the days of needing the perfect URL or is it still just as important as always? Question #2 (09:29): Would you suggest to move to *just* Reels on Instagram? What pointers if any could you pass along? Question #3 (15:3…
 
More than 81.4 million Americans own guns, and while we hope that those firearms are all stored securely locked, unloaded, and separate from ammunition, we sadly know that isn't the case. But how can gun violence prevention originations —and ordinary people— best talk to those in their lives about mental health and safe storage? Today, hosts Kelly …
 
We hear the percentage. 90 - 95% of startups fail. But we only hear the success stories. No one has the guts to talk about losing it all, going bankrupt, and being forced to move out of their house. This week, we hear from Derian Baugh, former CEO and founder of Men's Style Lab. He tells how it all unraveled and what he's working on next. Every sta…
 
Episode 12 - Guest: Mark Zweig - Entrepreneur, Professor, and Author | Brady's Corner with Brady Bryan SUBSCRIBE! 👉👉👉👉 💻Website: https://brayn.com 📘Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BRAYNConsulting 🔗LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brady-bry... Brady Bryan is BRAYN’s founder and CEO, Brady brings optimal value to mid-market clients through sp…
 
Today in 2000, Dr. Anna Bågenholm's body temperature fell to the lowest level ever survived by a human being. Here's the story of how she faced extreme hypothermia and came back to life. Plus: tomorrow in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, it’s the Kielbasi Festival/Heritage Day. Frozen Woman: A 'Walking Miracle' (CBS News) Between life and death – the powe…
 
We don't know for sure it's hers, but researchers have found traces of a perfume that was likely popular during Cleopatra's time - and they think they may be able to brew some of it up. Plus: a patent for a safety harness that generates electricity from a worker who falls off a building! What Did Cleopatra Smell Like? (Hyperallergic) Electricity fr…
 
Today in 1953, Jacqueline Cochran became the first woman to break the sound barrier. Then again, Cochran moved at high speed her whole career. Plus: today in 1838, the birthday of Alexander Miles, a Black inventor who made elevators what they are today. JACQUELINE COCHRAN (National Air and Space Museum) Alexander Miles (National Inventors Hall of F…
 
Greg speaks with co-moderator and TVO's Steve Paikin about last night's provincial leaders debate. Litigation lawyer Angela Chaisson joins the show to discuss a student's rights regarding an Ottawa school's dress code blitz. Global News reporter Marianne Dimain on Toronto Maple Leaf Mitch Marner's car jacking. Greg and Sheba discuss the sentencing …
 
50 years ago today, a man named Donald Gorske ate a McDonald’s Big Mac. It was the first of over 30,000, and yes, he holds the world record for most Big Macs eaten by a single person. Plus: scientists at the University of Florida just got edible plants to grow in rock and dust taken from the moon about half a century ago. This American Hero Ate 30,…
 
Greg speaks with Ottawa resident Nick Dumoulin whose sister was subjected to a dress code inspection at her Catholic school. Toronto business owner Palma N'Sheluvzit discusses today's topics with Greg. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.بقلم Corus Radio
 
A company called Envision has designed a set of glasses that uses artificial intelligence to help blind people with a wide range of activities. They can decode text, detect color and describe outdoor scenes to the wearer, among many other functions. Plus: a cafe in Tokyo is geared toward the key demographic of writers trying to finish their manuscr…
 
The Canadian Tulip Festival is getting underway in Ottawa. Here's the history of the annual event, which (pun intended) has its roots in the history of World War II. Plus: if you can't make it to Ottawa, maybe you could drop by the Tulip Time Festival in Holland, Michigan. Princess Margriet to make public appearance at Tulip Festival this weekend (…
 
Tach & Jimmy look back and hilariously dissect S:5/E:16 - Out of This World of THE BRADY BUNCH. Laugh along and have a super groovy time! A VERY BRADY PODCAST is a part of THE RETRO NETWORK! https://www.theretronetwork.com/ CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO KEEP UP WITH TONY GRATE AND HIS UPCOMING NOVEL! https://www.orderofcosmicchampions.com/ http://www.ave…
 
This month in 1921, an American submarine known as R-14 ran out of usable fuel in the Pacific Ocean, and lost radio contact with the Navy. To get home, the crew turned the sub into a sailboat, making bunk beds and blankets into sails. Plus: a tattoo artist helps a friend get six-pack abs even when diet and exercise didn't get the job done. A Submar…
 
Send in your question via text to 1-800-485-3139. Question #1 (06:57): How can we use Facebook Ads as the new IG/FB rules do not allow interests related to religion anymore? Question #2 (13:52): What are some of the "easy to miss" elements of an effective and successful online ministry? Question #3 (23:47): What do you think about different ministr…
 
Today in 2018, Australian James Harrison gave blood for the last time. He had donated about once a week for some 60 years, and because his blood included a rare antibody, his donations helped save millions of lives. Plus: the website Typatone gives users a new way to make a little music online from their writing. James Harrison's story (Australian …
 
NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh doesn't mince words in his conversation with Toronto Today. Singh suggests grocery stores in Canada could be breaking anti-profiteering legislation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.بقلم Corus Radio
 
Today in 1893, the highest court in the land made a controversial ruling that would profoundly affect Americans to this day: the US Supreme Court ruled that the tomato was a vegetable. Plus: today in 1999, Vermont not only named apple pie its official state pie, it outlined the officially correct way to serve the state pie. The Supreme Court and th…
 
As we talk about hiring more teachers in Ontario and making class sizes smaller, an incredible story from the Toronto Star. Thiru Thirukkumaran needs to be a full-time teacher! His principal, Trevor Bullen joined us to talk a bit more about this. Greg also walks through why he thinks the Ontario Liberal's plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for stude…
 
A new study finds colorful painted murals around, or in place of, traditional striped crosswalks may cause drivers to yield more around pedestrians and keep them safe. Plus: a team from two Australian universities studies concrete infused with old bits of tires to see if that might give us a more eco-friendly road surface. Study Finds That Colorful…
 
Greg discusses the Liberal party's promise to cap classes sizes in Ontario to 20 students. Greg and Sheba discuss a new IPSOS poll saying 1 in 3 Canadians will quit if they can't work from home. OISE professor emeritus Charles Pascal discusses the roadblocks to capping class sizes. Suzanne Johnson discusses masks and the environment. Hill Times Col…
 
In a brand new study in the Washington Post, the paper found that at least 41 American children lose at least one biological parent to gun violence a day. Pulitzer-finalist journalist and author John Woodrow Cox did a deep dive into the lives of some of those children left behind, including siblings Kaleigh (7) and Kavon (11), in his latest piece, …
 
Today is National No Homework Day. For many years in the US, every day was a no homework day - but then Sputnik happened. Plus: this weekend in North Carolina, it's the Smithfield Ham and Yam Festival. How the Cold War Space Race Led to U.S. Students Doing Tons of Homework (History.com) Ham and Yam Festival Our Patreon backers make it so we can do …
 
Caller Tori shares her experience with abortion with Greg. Greg and Sheba discuss who gets a vote when it comes to abortion rights. Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath shares her election platform. Amber Heard has now taken the stand in the Johnny Depp trial. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Tach & Jimmy look back and hilariously dissect S:5/E:1 - The Dropout of THE BRADY BUNCH. Laugh along and have a super groovy time! A VERY BRADY PODCAST is a part of THE RETRO NETWORK! https://www.theretronetwork.com/ CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO KEEP UP WITH TONY GRATE AND HIS UPCOMING NOVEL! https://www.orderofcosmicchampions.com/ http://www.averybrady…
 
In Rambouillet, France, a startup is developing street lights that are bioluminescent - they’re powered by bacteria that glow. Plus: around this time in 1965, a woman sees a car selling for "1,395 bananas" and shows up at the dealership with actual fruit. French Town to Light its Streets With Bacteria Luminescence That Needs No Electricity (Good Ne…
 
Greg speaks with Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner about his party's platform. Greg and Sheba debate the hesitation people are feeling in coming back to the office as well as an attack on Dave Chappelle. Greg discusses Roe vs. Wade. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.بقلم Corus Radio
 
Send in your question via text to 1-800-485-3139. Question #1 (01:07): How do I encourage growth and evolution in the way we use social media in a church that likes to stay with tradition? Question #2 (10:21): Do you think a church can post too many clips from a sermon per week? Is there a point where you push out too much content? Question #3 (17:…
 
For International Firefighters Day, it's the story of Molly Williams, an enslaved Black woman who became the first known woman firefighter, and the first Black firefighter, in the United States. Plus: on the anniversary of Rhode Island declaring independence, a visit to one of the state's most unusual attractions. Molly Williams, a black woman and …
 
Greg speaks with Ontario Liberal Party leader Steven Del Duca about transit, vaccine mandates and four-day work weeks. Greg and Sheba discuss the possibility of four-day working in Ontario. The Toronto Star's Ben Spurr discusses what $1/ride will do for trains, busses and streetcars. City councilor Josh Matlow talks about his proposal to allow alco…
 
There’s evidence that people in the Stone Age took plaquettes, limestone representations of animals, put them near the fire and watched as the light created a kind of animation. Pretty high-tech stuff for 14,000 years ago. Plus: an enterprising young raccoon in Germany takes advantage of the rules. Stone Age people may have gathered at night to wat…
 
Greg speaks with Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy about Ontario's budget and Premier Doug Ford's soft campaign kick off. Sheba and Greg discuss Eid. Toronto Life has a new story on Maria Malik and how she escaped an abusive marriage. TMU's Dr. Eric Kam discusses the university's name change and the rally in Ottawa. Plus paying it forward. See omnystudio…
 
Today in 2007, the king of grass court tennis, Roger Federer, played an exhibition match against his rival, clay court great Rafael Nadal. Not their only matchup, but for this one, the court was half grass and half clay, making it a so-called "battle of the surfaces." Plus: today in 1929, the birth of Link Wray, a guitarist so wild that his instrum…
 
Celtic today secured a draw against Rangers to put us just one win from the title. It's the 4th time in a row we have secured either a draw or win against the team from the South Side of the city. It's a game that Celtic had the chances to put to bed before the Rangers equaliser. We didn't and a few players looked exhausted towards the end but we h…
 
Greg speaks with Dr. Isaac Bogoch about natural immunity, vaccines for toddlers and blood donation. Global News reporter Marianne Dimain joins Greg to talk the Raptors loss. Dalhousie University professor Lori Turnbull on this weekend's biker rally in Ottawa and federal mandates. Greg and Sheba discuss whether this will give bikers a bad name. See …
 
This week we're replaying some of our favorite episodes about time. In this episode from November 2019, we look at November 1883, when railroads across the United States adopted a uniform system of time, more or less getting all of us in sync with each other. But what was time like before then? Plus: Japan has had cat cafes, hedgehog cafes and bunn…
 
Greg speaks with MP and Conservative Shadow Minister for Health Michael Barrett about a child who is being quarantined because she has natural immunity. Intimate partner violence survivor Amy Kaufman tells Greg what it took for her to leave sports journalist Jonah Keri. Ottawa resident Tim Abray is frustrated with the biker rally that is on its way…
 
Tach & Jimmy look back and hilariously dissect S:5/E:14 - Kelly's Kids of THE BRADY BUNCH. Laugh along and have a super groovy time! A VERY BRADY PODCAST is a part of THE RETRO NETWORK! https://www.theretronetwork.com/ CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO KEEP UP WITH TONY GRATE AND HIS UPCOMING NOVEL! https://www.orderofcosmicchampions.com/ http://www.averybra…
 
This week we're replaying some of our favorite episodes about time. In this episode from September 2020, we look at Tahoe Timescape, a project to take photographs over one thousand years. Plus: New York City is where King Kong ran wild in the movies, but a new statue could help rebuild the relationship between NYC and big apes. Artist tries 1,000-y…
 
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