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The U.S. Postal Service is awesome, and Secretly Incredibly Fascinating aims to prove it

With a name referencing the classic Dungeons & Dragons eyeball monster the Beholder, listeners might expect the Behold Her podcast to be particularly D&D-centric. While the main topic of discussion is tabletop role-playing games, or TTRPGs (which D&D is an iconic example of), Behold Her is ultimately about so much…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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10 Podcasts for Discovering New Movies

If, while scrolling through Netflix’s latest offerings during another in a countless series of evenings in, you felt like you’d already watched every worthwhile film in existence, well, you’d be wrong, but you’d also kinda be right. I can safely say that you will never truly run out of good movies to watch—but only if…Read […]

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How to See a Doctor During the Pandemic, With Cardiologists Marc Eisenberg and Chris Kelly

We’ve seen a rise in preventable deaths since the start of the pandemic, largely because people are too afraid to go to the doctor. So we want to change that this week with the help of cardiologists Marc Eisenberg and Chris Kelly, who tell us all about the ease of booking a televisit, how to […]

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How to Protest, With Activists L.A. Kauffman and Charlene Carruthers

What are our rights when it comes to protesting? How do we protest safely and effectively during this pandemic? We answer these questions and more this week with help from activists L.A. Kauffman and Charlene Carruthers. L.A. is a veteran grassroots organizer with over 35 years of experience in political activism and…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Play This NPR Podcast Interview With Grover for Your Kids

Grover, like the rest of us, has been practicing social distancing since the pandemic began. Anya Kamenetz and Cory Turner, hosts of NPR’s Life Kit podcast, interviewed the beloved Sesame Street character this week, and he disclosed that he is a “delivery monster” right now, picking up and delivering groceries for his…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Play This NPR Podcast Interview With Grover for Your Kids

Grover, like the rest of us, has been practicing social distancing since the pandemic began. Anya Kamenetz and Cory Turner, hosts of NPR’s Life Kit podcast, interviewed the beloved Sesame Street character this week, and he disclosed that he is a “delivery monster” right now, picking up and delivering groceries for his…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Keep Track of All the Books, Movies, Podcasts, and Games You Want to Check Out With This App

Recommendations from friends are often the best way to discover things like new books to read, television shows to watch, or video games to play. Those recommendations; however, often come over drink or dinner, or while you’re otherwise out with pals and away from a place to actually add that new thing to your “list.”Read […]

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Song Exploder says there’s more to Semisonic’s “Closing Time” than you think

Ben Cholok is a Princeton graduate with a degree in philosophy and no other accomplishments. Pat Dean is a stand-up comedian who lives in ignorance. Each week on I Learned Nothing, Cholok tries to teach Dean a different philosophical concept in order to add meaning to both their lives. This has proved difficult:…Read more… Continue […]

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Song Exploder says there’s more to Semisonic’s “Closing Time” than you think

Ben Cholok is a Princeton graduate with a degree in philosophy and no other accomplishments. Pat Dean is a stand-up comedian who lives in ignorance. Each week on I Learned Nothing, Cholok tries to teach Dean a different philosophical concept in order to add meaning to both their lives. This has proved difficult:…Read more… Continue […]

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Disneyland, dissected: The hosts of Podcast: The Ride unpack their theme park obsession

As a medium unconfined by things like shooting schedules or even studio space, podcasting—especially chatter-based series—often release episodes at a relentless clip. This sheer volume of content naturally rewards fans of the most inconsequential minutiae, made clear by the proliferation of the minute-by-minute… Read more…

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Disneyland, dissected: The hosts of Podcast: The Ride unpack their theme park obsession

As a medium unconfined by things like shooting schedules or even studio space, podcasting—especially chatter-based series—often release episodes at a relentless clip. This sheer volume of content naturally rewards fans of the most inconsequential minutiae, made clear by the proliferation of the minute-by-minute… Read more…

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