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Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories,fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, and more for children. Published by Harper & Brothers, known for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. - Summary by Jill Engle
 
Young Americas Foundation (YAF) is committed to ensuring that increasing numbers of young Americans understand and are inspired by the ideas of individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. As the principal outreach organization of the Conservative Movement, the Foundation introduces thousands of American youth to these principles. We accomplish our mission by providing essential conferences, seminars, educational materials, internships, and speakers ...
 
The Young Wild & Rich Podcast brings together young professionals from all walks of life to talk about careers, stories and how to find purpose, passion, and fulfillment in your life now while working towards a bigger future. Your host Dayne Kamela will interview young professionals to understand their career path, what skills were needed, how to get a job in their industry and the challenges they faced. Dayne hopes to give young people the opportunity to learn from other young professionals ...
 
How does music help to engage disaffected or disadvantaged young people? How can taking to the streets help build rapport with the youth community? This album is packed with positive examples of youths who've turned their lives around with the help of youth workers. At Madcap Arts they build self-esteem through making music, and The Factory street project meets young people on their own ground and offers a chance for personal growth through exciting activities and teamwork. The tracks offer ...
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This ninth issue of the serial was published on December 30, 1879. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. Illustrations for this issue may be viewed in the Project Gutenberg ebook.( ...
 
Harper's Young People upon its first publication in 1879 was an illustrated weekly publication containing delightful serialized stories, short stories, fiction and nonfiction, anecdotes, jokes, artwork, craft projects, and more for children. This eighth issue of the serial was published on December 23, 1879 and contained expanded content and improvements to the printed format. Published by Harper & Brothers, known today for their other publications Harper's Bazaar and Harper's Magazine. The ...
 
Our interview today, is Tonya Pomerantz, founder of Puddlejump Coaching and author of Unlock Your Future: The 7 Keys to Success; a roadmap of effective strategies to help young people navigate the twists and turns of adulthood. In her work as a coach, she is keenly aware of the stressors facing our young adults making their way to Adulting.
 
His family name is derived from a Greek craftsman who created the Labyrinth and designed wings for himself and his son to fly away from the island they were imprisoned in. But Stephen Dedalus, the young hero of James Joyce's first novel, is a young man who rises above his baser instincts and seeks a life devoted to the arts. This quintessential coming of age novel describes the early life of Stephen Dedalus. It is set in Ireland during the nineteenth century which was a time of emerging Iris ...
 
"There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” - Maya Angelou The Young People's and Children's Division present the Green and White Soapbox, an open space for young people to be seen and heard. The podcast is a platform of expression, education, empowerment and enlightenment with the sole purpose of hearing the voices, the stories and the journeys of the young.
 
Little Stories for Tiny People is a kids' podcast featuring original kids' stories that will delight the tiny people in your life. Perfect for bleary-eyed parents, innovative teachers, and at-wits’-end babysitters looking for an alternative, non-annoying way to engage the toddlers and young kids they love at bedtime or anytime! Each story for children is lovingly written and performed with attention to the whimsical senses of humor children often possess. Visit www.littlestoriestinypeople.co ...
 
YAI Podcast stands for Young and Indigenous and that’s who we are: tribal youth of the Lummi Nation, original peoples of the land and water now called Bellingham, Washington. In order to try and help our Lummi community stay unified, we have created an outlet for people to express their opinions, voice their ideas and concerns, and share some of the, until now, untold stories of our people. YAI podcast is an attempt to preserve our culture, learn our language, and inspire future generations ...
 
“The purpose of NMCYPAA is to build and strengthen unity among Young Peoples Groups in Alcoholics Anonymous in the state of New Mexico…Each year NMCYPAA will provide an environment for a celebration of sobriety for all those who wish to participate, as well as an opportunity to meet and share experience, strength and hope with AA members from across the state of New Mexico.”
 
The London Necropolis Railway is an original, full cast audio drama podcast that premiered in fall 2018. The story takes place in London’s underground system where an organisation called The London Necropolis Railway moves the souls of the dead out of London to avoid the city getting overrun with hauntings. Barney works at the LNR, he’s one of the ghouls whose job it is to ensure that the souls end up on the trains that take them to the hereafter. He is bored with his job and tired of his en ...
 
The Young Vic theatre's podcast series, Off Book, features interviews with many of the exciting artists who have visited us recently. Our conversations bring to light people's first experiences with the arts and theatre, how their background has informed the work they produce today and how they have developed throughout their career. At the Young Vic we tell stories that change the way people look at the world. Our shows are created by some of the world's great artists - of this generation a ...
 
A podcast where you will find fun and interesting conversations with people about their career path, their journey of success, dreams, and failures. The motto is to bring more professional guest and explore their passion and educate people through their journeys. Life | Career | Dreams | Success
 
Young change makers from across Canada celebrate Indigenous voices and culture as they share the stories of First Peoples and the land. To Join our community and learn about special online events: Subscribe: https://goodinfluencefilms.com/podsubscribe Contribute: www.goodinfluencefilms.com/podcasts
 
For the Love of Brick is a podcast for people, young and old, who love LEGO. Join Greg McDonald, a fellow LEGO enthusiast, as he interviews people from all over the world about their love of LEGO and explores the different ways it features in people's lives. We will meet builders, artists, health workers, entrepreneurs, and everyone in between. For the Love of Brick celebrates people and their unique connections with LEGO. Tune in every fortnight for a new episode.
 
Just how much of the story of ‘how you came to be’ makes up who you are? It's not a question most people think about, but for journalist, Nina Young, it's a question she can't avoid because she might not be here today if a woman hadn’t lost her life late one night in the bush in 1977. In this six-part podcast, she's going to finally let the skeletons out of her family closet and find out the truth. A truth that will take her back to the scene of the crime and face to face with some uncomfort ...
 
Julia Child once said “People who love to eat are always the best people.” Host, Judiaann Woo, would have to agree. Join her for Food People Are the Best People, a new podcast for people who love to eat (and cook) featuring passionate food people from all walks of life -- some famous, some not -- including chefs, home cooks, bakers, food writers, food critics, food scientists, culinary historians, tastemakers, farmers, ranchers, foragers, artisan producers, and more. Conversations might incl ...
 
Books Are My People is a podcast for book lovers with book news, book recommendations and ruminations on living a literary life in Los Angeles. Each episode will feature at least five book recommendations in various genres as well as bookish news and occasional guests. Jennifer Caloyeras is an author, voracious reader and writing instructor living in Los Angeles. www.jennifercaloyeras.com Find me on Instagram @jennifercaloyeras
 
Here at City Impact Church, we are passionate about seeing peoples lives changed as they are touched by the power and love of God. We are a family church, focused on raising up the next generation to take the Kingdom of God into the marketplace. We have many dynamic events for our children and young people, making this a church that is relevant to the whole family. Get the latest messages from City Impact Church with our online podcasts, these are updated weekly, ensuring you are right up to ...
 
Health-YOUR health is one of the most talked about subjects on line and on TV today. Why-simple really one reason which leads to many illnesses is Obesity which is costing the NHS billions, Diabetes in the Young is spiraling out of control on both sides of the Atlantic and Heart Disease is still the number one killer on this planet. Many people don’t make the link to strokes and heart disease and what people don’t know is killing them.
 
How do we apply self-worth to life and work—particularly now in the Age of Covid? The Self-Worth Safari podcast is a series of conversations with a variety of professionals who lead, create, cajole, encourage, train, nurture self-worth with other people.You will hear a wide range of accents, voices and experience. Some work with the young, others with the experienced. Some have been through hard times. All are passionate and inspired by what they do. Listen, enjoy… and maybe join in?
 
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This episode will be the first of the Salmon People series where we share the voices of strong Indigenous youth who reflect on their cultural ties to salmon and vocalize why we must take action to save this crucial relative for the ecosystem and culture. Featured in this Episode are two youth from the Lummi Nation, Sadie Olsen and Jayden Phair Will…
 
As a second generation fishmonger with a background in aquaculture, Lyf Gildersleeve of Flying Fish Company in Portland, Oregon has made it his mission to only source the highest quality local, seasonal, sustainably harvested seafood available in the market because in doing so, he believes this is the best solution for our environment, the coastal …
 
What would happen if the government of a country decided to try to find everyone who was homeless and living on the streets and offer them a place to live? That is exactly what happened in England as the coronavirus pandemic hit. The government says 90% of rough sleepers were offered rooms in hotels that sat empty because of the lockdown. Simon May…
 
Guest:Dr Fikile Mabena (Paediatrician, Infectious Disease Specialist)The COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to a literal standstill. The era of masks, social physical distancing and sanitisation became the "new normal". A glimmer of hope appeared through the advent of the vaccine to fight this virus. Paediatrician and Infectious Diseases Specialis…
 
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Jack brings Nic Rowan back to the show for a conversation about the day: Their memories of it as it happened, the cultural effects, its ultimate historical legacy, and more. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/young-americans/memories-of-9-11/. Now become a Ricoche…
 
Free Bonus Material Here: https://www.themarriagesecrets.com/members/posts/74279-how-to-improve-your-sex-life-with-3-easy-steps-eps-55 You want: ✔ to make more time for intimacy ✔ increase the motivation for you and your spouse ✔send and receive CLEAR signals with your spouse But it feels like: -you're disconnected from your spouse -you can't seem …
 
Akshay has seen it all! From being born and raised in New Delhi in India to graduating in mechanical engineering from the USA and working there, to moving to Germany and eventually working as a business manager, Akshay brings a very extensive professional and personal experience along with him. In this episode, Akshay has explained his transition f…
 
At the human library you borrow a person you wouldn’t usually meet for a half-hour frank conversation. The volunteers have various book titles from polyamorous to former prisoner. The aim of these face-to-face chats is to break down our assumptions and prejudices. We explore whether simple discussions can make a difference. Produced and presented b…
 
This week, I look at Hell of a Book by Jason Mott, Mrs. March by Virginia Feito and other great books! Books Recommended: Hell of a Book by Jason Mott The Kingdoms by Natasha Pulley The Photographer by Marie Dixie Carter Ghosts by Dolly Alderton Mrs. March by Virginia Feito Other Books Mentioned: The English Patient by Michael Ondaji Animal by Lisa…
 
How do we know what we know? That is the question I wanted to explore in this story. In it we follow a tortoise named Lionel, who is challenged by another tortoise to consider how well he understands the world around him, and how he's gained the knowledge he claims to have. I hope this one sparks your own thinking on this topic. ENJOY! If you love …
 
Award-winning photographer and expert motorcyclist Gregor Halenda might live life in the fast lane but when it comes to food, he likes to play the long game. His picture perfect cappuccinos, bread, pizza, and steaks have made his curated adventure rides the hottest reservation to get on two wheels. Food and drinks included. BYO motorcycle. Subscrib…
 
Two sources of greenhouse gas could be lurking in your kitchen: rice and fridges. We meet a biologist breeding climate-friendly rice, and a team of detectives whose job is to stop fearsomely potent fridge gases escaping into the atmosphere. Produced and presented by Jo Mathys and Tom Heap.Autor: BBC World Service
 
Wisconsin teacher and fellow Millennial/runner Daniel Buck joins Jack to discuss some of the challenges of being an educator in a time of coronavirus and wokeness. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/young-americans/buck-to-school/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see…
 
"To create change, the only way we can do it is if we can actually come from that human level, human to human, not form a text book, not form just reading PowerPoints and statistics, but we need to bring and draw from our own experiences....” In this week's episode of the Change Happens podcast, host @Jenelle McMaster is joined by @Mundanara Bayles…
 
In the competitive world of hot sauces, Sarah Marshall's small batch, handcrafted, made with local ingredients, hot sauces stand out from the pack. Marshall's Haute Sauce brings the heat but also celebrates the farmers and community of Portland and beyond. Subscribe on all podcast apps, rate & review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts! Follow us on socia…
 
Kapil has some quirky choices and as he calls himself "Jack of many...". I would also call him master of many. Wondering how do these 2 worlds combine together? Then tune in to this episode of People's Stories. Kapil hails from India, has done a bachelor's in electronics and a master's in HR but is currently nailing a totally different professional…
 
Wood is strong enough to build skyscrapers, and bamboo - the fastest growing plant in the world - can also be used for building. Both suck up large amounts of greenhouse gas. We find out what would happen if we used these materials instead of concrete in construction. Produced and presented by Jo Mathys and Tom Heap.Picture: Moelven…
 
This week, my friend Michael Levin joins the show and talks about reading his way through Nobel Prize winners including Thomas Mann and A Personal Matter by Kenzaburo Oe. Click on the links below to be taken to my Bookshop.org shop. Books Discussed: Buddenbrooks by Thomas Mann The Plague by Albert Camus A Personal Matter by Kenzaburo Oe One Hundred…
 
The Young Vic podcast investigates the power of a 4000-year-old story about exile and home: how the tale of Sinuhe inspired Ben Okri to write Changing Destiny. And Kwame Kwei-Armah speaks to Egyptologist Allison Hedges about mummies, myths and the origins of theatre.Autor: Young Vic Theatre
 
Sambal chili sauce just might be the thing you never knew you were missing until you try it. Use it as a condiment or as a ingredient in all sort of unexpected dishes. You don't have to be from Singapore to appreciate the versatility and flavor pow of sambal. Subscribe on all podcast apps, rate & review on iTunes and Apple Podcasts! Follow us on so…
 
Young Northern Irishman Cameron Hilditch returns to the show to swat away resurgent fantasies about 20th-century Portugese dictator Antonio Salazar. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ricochet.com/podcast/young-americans/the-salazar-delusion/. Now become a Ricochet member for only $5.00 a month! Join and see what you…
 
Seaweed - we have been using it for centuries in food and toiletries. It can help to keep toothpaste and ice cream soft, as well as being a tasty snack. It is a billion-dollar industry. But in some parts of the world, supply of the crop has decreased dramatically due to climate change. Now people in Zanzibar are fighting back. They are learning new…
 
Long before a global pandemic fueled a baking frenzy, Ken Forkish has been making some of the finest breads, pizzas, and pastries in this country. He is the author of “Flour Water Salt Yeast” and “The Elements of Pizza” and owner of Ken’s Artisan Bakery and Ken’s Artisan Pizza in Portland, Oregon. Subscribe on all podcast apps, rate & review on iTu…
 
Born and raised in north India, Aditya is currently working as an impact consultant which is similar to a management consultant in the social space. With an MBA degree from oxford and past experience in the finance sector, Aditya is currently pursuing his passion to become a catalyst for some social reforms. He brings his skill sets of managing peo…
 
People in Kenya have been paid to catch swarms of locusts eating farmers’ crops. The insects are full of protein and the captured ones are ground up and put into animal feed. The BBC’s Nick Holland and Claire Bates find out what tricks these 'locust hunters' use to catch the critters and what difference the cull makes. They also hear about a way of…
 
This week, I discuss some new releases, including All's Well by Mona Awad and Edge Case by YZ Chin. Books Discussed: (Click book title to be taken to my Bookshop.org store. It's a GREAT way to support this show!) All's Well by Mona Awod Immediate Family by Asjley Nelson Edge Case YZ Chin The Sinful Lives of Trophy Wives by Kristen Miller. Safe in M…
 
"I’m feeling pressure that I have to be okay ’cause I’m the “resilience guy” so if I’m not okay does that mean, you know, that I’m just a fraud?" In this week's episode of the Change Happens podcast, host Jenelle McMaster is joined by Founding Director and Facilitator of the Resilience Project, Hugh van Cuylenburg, who shares his insights on managi…
 
Lambden's beloved Sleep Train is out of service due to a sloth infestation. The Sleep Cruise is experiencing technical difficulties. But the brand new Sleep Submarine is on the way, ready to bring Lambden's sleep to new depths. Will Lambden regret boarding this submarine with a questionable backstory? Or will it deliver him the best sleep of his li…
 
Not since Lewis & Clark has anyone harvested salt in the Pacific Northwest with any real success. That was until Ben Jacobsen came along. After falling in love with fine sea salts while living abroad, Ben took it upon himself to learn the craft, eventually founding Jacobsen Salt Co. and becoming America’s top salt maker. Subscribe on all podcast ap…
 
The LGBT community in Mombasa, Kenya has suffered from violent mob attacks in recent years - often fuelled by influential preachers spreading messages of hate. But one group decided to tackle this in a remarkable way: they have directly engaged with faith leaders. In carefully controlled meetings the pastors and imams get to know LGBT people and ha…
 
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