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In this weekly podcast, David Dobrik, a 24-year-old, sexy, millionaire YouTuber and Jason Nash, a 40-something single dad with a vlog of his own, take you behind-the-scenes of their vlogs and show you what living the “YouTube life” is really like. Join these two as they confess their most intimate thoughts, discuss pop-culture, and dissect their own contentious relationship. New episodes drop every Tuesday!
 
Nashville To Memphis is a podcast hosted by Dr. Jason Lee McKinney; a recording artist, songwriter, and the Rock Star Professor. N2M is a podcast where Jason and a guest or two talk about random crap Jason thinks about. Jason is a front pocket theologian, back pocket socio philosopher, and a jock strap surveyor of the modern music industry. You may not be able to make sense of it all but that's okay, neither can He. You can reach Jason at https://www.facebook.com/nashville2memphis/ and check ...
 
Call & Response draws upon the blues tradition of communal music making and listening. Hosted by Nashville-based musician and poet Adia Victoria, each episode is a back and forth between Adia and her guests, between their present work, and the lineage of musical ancestors that came before them, and between Adia and you.
 
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BraveTV with Dr. Jason Dean

Latest health news and discussion with health pioneers such as Dr. Ed Osburn, Robert Scott Bell, Erin Elizabeth and many others each week.

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Welcome to Revolution Health with Dr. Jason Dean where we are Waking Up the World to the lies you are being told about your health and the hidden truths you need to save yourself and your family. You are blasted with propaganda everyday by Big Pharma and the Medical Industrial Complex who are corrupt to the core and have invaded and bought out your government. We are exposing the deceit to help you free your mind and your health and leave the Sick Care paradigm for good. You are now entering ...
 
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Natalie accidentally texts David something personal, and David reveals his deepest darkest secret. Plus, the guys recount their trip to Dubai, Ilya's embarrassing visit to the doctor, and Zane and Heath stop by to discuss their New Year's resolution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Christmas at a historic home normally conjures up images of a roaring Victorian fireplace or perhaps even an early 20th century Christmas with tin toys and pleasant smells coming from the kitchen. But, what about the kitschy charm of the 1970s? On this week’s PreserveCast we’re revisiting with James Etherington, the Director of Kiplin Hall – a hist…
 
There are many ways to be a historian – and on this week’s PreserveCast we’re exploring the world of historians for hire – contract historians who do work to help organizations, corporations, agencies and law firms dig deep into history when the stakes are high. During his time at History Associates Incorporated, Scott Vierick has traveled from the…
 
On this week’s PreserveCast, we’re heading to the brackish waters of the Chesapeake Bay to talk with Imani Black, founder of Minorities in Aquaculture, a dynamic new organization that is using heritage and history and a host of other innovative tools to develop opportunities for minorities to engage in this growing and sustainable industry. Like ma…
 
Last night the Internet EXPLODED with rumors and speculation over Gavin Newsom, his booster shots and where is here. We investigate. Nancy Pelosi have a press conference and seemed incoherent. She was not talking nonsense though. I will cover. Athletes are NOT as health as you think. Why are they dropping? And…the MetaVerse is here! Chemtrails are …
 
We are going to review the weekend, the good and the bad. Are you kids sucked into the demon world with the likes of celebrities like Travis Scott? What is "Their" Game Plan? I give you a sneak peak. I mess with the Weed World today. Band-Aids will not fix the Source of the problem. When our Soil is wiped out, Parasites move in. The same as your Gu…
 
Saving communities and historic places from an increasingly unstable climate takes real action – and thoughtful, well-crafted policy. Maryland State Senator Sarah Elfreth is a national leader on this issue and has helped to craft a new funding source to help communities battle climate change and save historic places. I first met Senator Elfreth out…
 
Blight doesn’t happen by accident. It’s the result of countless decisions, bad policies and disinvestment over decades. Nneka N’namdi is the founder of Fight Blight Baltimore, an economic, environmental, and social justice initiative that is working to address these systemic barriers and challenges to communities in some of the state’s most histori…
 
In the final episode of this season, Adia is joined by “Queen of Bounce” Big Freedia. From Beyoncé to Kesha, Freedia’s collaborations proudly reflect her upbringing in New Orleans, and the spirit of the church that resides in her. Adia and Freedia talk about what it means to be insistent on pursuing liberation, the relationship between good food an…
 
Some holidays are so ingrained into our lives, it’s hard to imagine the time before they existed – but Halloween wasn’t always the holiday we know today. On this year’s PreserveCast Spooktacular we’re talking with Lisa Morton. Morton recently published Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween, a comprehensive history of one of America’s favorite holi…
 
The music of the South is always drawing upon the church, either relishing in it, or rebelling from it. When Memphis-born artist Julien Baker started reckoning with her faith, “the entire paradigm of my life evaporated.” Since then, Julien has channeled this reckoning into her music, lacing her lyrics with radical honesty and self-reflection. In th…
 
On this fourth edition of PreserveCast Conversations: The Professor and the Practitioner, a new monthly feature of PreserveCast, co-hosts Nicholas Redding and Dr. Whitney Martinko explore the trends, topics and issues that are making headlines in the world of preservation this month. They’re covering a lot of ground in today’s conversation on prese…
 
From Bessie Smith to Megan Thee Stallion, Southern Black women have built on a long legacy of giving their bodies a voice through the blues. On this week’s Call & Response, hip-hop scholar Dr. Regina N. Bradley makes it clear that Southern Black culture is not frozen in time, but instead embracing and challenging the issues connecting younger gener…
 
Saving places requires a variety of tools and skillsets – including an understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. It sounds dull – but it’s a tool everyone who cares about historic places should know about and get involved in – because it can save places and use the loss of historic resources to fuel preservation elsewh…
 
Tressie McMillan Cottom says the blues go beyond the beat and key. It’s a feeling born and inherited from the experience of Southern Black women. As Call & Response dives deeper into the blues, the sociologist and 2020 MacArthur fellow says she can hear the historical echoes of pain and urgency throughout Southern music -- and wants listeners to un…
 
Connecting people to places is the work of preservationists everywhere – and on this week’s episode we’re talking with the creative minds behind Maryland Road Trips, a new site dedicated to encouraging place-based tourism. It’s a story rooted in Maryland, but one with lessons for preservationists and historians across the globe. PreserveCast is a n…
 
What happens when one artist’s work is read through the lens of another? Tré Burt’s rambling bluesman sound means his music is constantly compared to that of Bob Dylan, but as a Black man living in 2021, his writing draws from very different perspectives. In this interview, Tré and Adia distinguish what it means to write from experience versus obse…
 
Preservation without funding is just good intentions. That’s why people like Merrill Hoopengardner and her team at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation are so integral to the future of this work. Right now, they’re working on big changes to federal funding for preservation – a timely and critical issue we knew had to be on PreserveCa…
 
David and Jason record from Vienna and talk about their trip to Europe. The guys interview their friend John about his first time on mushrooms and how the night took a horrible turn. Jason explains the advantages of being Jewish, and David explains what he finds most attractive in a girl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/a…
 
Born in Chattanooga, and based in Johnson City, Tennessee, Amythyst Kiah’s sound is a blend of old-time music and fingerpicking blues with a punk-indie sensibility. Like many of us who came up in the South, Amythyst had to find and define her voice, even as she was told she couldn’t be into Green Day or into skateboarding and also play the guitar. …
 
On this week's episode of PreserveCast, we are excited to be talking with Kara Harris, a blogger, historian and Maryland food lover. Kara Harris is the blogger and historian behind "Old Line Plate," a fantastic Maryland based food history website that I personally love, and something that I knew we had to bring to this week's episode of PreserveCas…
 
Just hours after a Confederate monument was removed in Richmond, VA, Jason Isbell made his take very clear: “Nostalgia requires a lack of examination.” Amid the backdrop of a region reckoning with its past, this week’s Call & Response features Adia Victoria speaking with Jason, the Grammy award-winning songwriter from Green Hill, Alabama. Jason ref…
 
David and Jason are in Slovakia and tell you all about their crazy month in Europe. Plus, the guys visit Mr. Beast and discuss Jason getting a raise. Also, David messes up at the doctor, Natalie denies catching feelings, and Jason's favorite comedian passes away. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Yep, you guessed it, I connected with Christina on Twitter – where she learned about a historic rehabilitation project Preservation Maryland was undertaking. Since then, I’ve become a huge fan of her work and the way in which she expertly weaves history and food together – two of my biggest passions. For anyone with an appetite, this is the intervi…
 
Foxfire is the bioluminescence created by some species of fungi present in decaying wood. It is a wonderfully evocative word selected by a teacher and student over 50 years ago to be the title for their new project to document life in the southern Appalachians. What started initially as a student project has live on for decades and is today an open…
 
Welcome back to Call & Response. To open season two of our show, Adia is joined by fellow Southerner and singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus, whose latest album, “Home Video” is drawn largely from her childhood journals. In their conversation, Adia and Lucy talk about growing up in the church, learning to trust your own voice, and questioning what it mean…
 
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