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The New York Times Finds Purpose in Truth

November 19, 2019

In an era of fake news and alternative facts, the media is finding a new purpose rooted in transparency and truth. This week, the Times’ Amy Weisenbach talks about how the institution’s latest campaign was driven by purpose and brought to life through the power of storytelling.

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Creating Change In Your Life

November 19, 2019

This week on the show, Nikki introduces Prochaska’s Stages of Change with an eye on ADHD, and how you can use it to train yourself to better adapt to the world around you.

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404: The Guzzling Endowment Report

November 18, 2019

Pete devours an anxiety that should be a test for itself while Tommy helps a listener to see that the grass, sometimes, isn’t always greener.

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Dead Ringers

November 14, 2019

How brilliant is Jeremy Irons in this film? How did they do those twinning effects? Is this a 5-star Cronenberg film? Tune in to the show to get these answers and more!

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Point of Sale Fundraising Trends with CMN Hospitals: Round Up, Apps and Employee Giving

November 13, 2019

Point of sale fundraising is one of the most effective ways for charities to raise money from consumers in a retail environment and one of the leaders in this space is Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, which has raised $6.9 BILLION for its 170 partner children’s hospitals around the country since 1983.

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November Emotions Feedback!

November 12, 2019

This week we embrace and extend the November theme of Emotion and ADHD and take on your thoughts about rejection sensitivity, emotional storms, sex, plus a bonus dose of seasonal affective disorder, to boot!

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403: The Curly Chamber Report

November 11, 2019

Tommy is on a hunt for fear and isolation and finds it in northern California while Pete helps a listener to maybe not see so much after all.

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CECP: Giving in Numbers 2019

November 7, 2019

Carmen Perez, Senior Director of Data Insights, and Andre Solorzano, Senior Manager of Data Insights at CECP, joined Carol to share the story behind this nearly two decades-long effort to track and analyze the far-reaching impact of corporate giving.

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Videodrome

November 7, 2019

How effective is James Woods? Is this film more relevant today than it was when released? What’s up with the living TV? Tune in to this week’s show to get answers to these questions and more!

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Consumers Round Up To Help Macy’s Salute Those Who Serve

November 6, 2019

For 43 years, Macy’s has hosted the nation’s largest Fourth of July celebration in New York City. This year, they launched more than 70,000 shells over the Brooklyn Bridge. But Macy’s support of military families, veterans and active duty military extends far beyond fireworks.

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The New York Times Finds Purpose in Truth

November 19, 2019
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In an era of fake news and alternative facts, the media is finding a new purpose rooted in transparency and truth. This week, the Times’ Amy Weisenbach talks about how the institution’s latest campaign was driven by purpose and brought to life through the power of storytelling.

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Creating Change In Your Life

November 19, 2019
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This week on the show, Nikki introduces Prochaska’s Stages of Change with an eye on ADHD, and how you can use it to train yourself to better adapt to the world around you.

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404: The Guzzling Endowment Report

November 18, 2019
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Pete devours an anxiety that should be a test for itself while Tommy helps a listener to see that the grass, sometimes, isn’t always greener.

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Dead Ringers

November 14, 2019
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How brilliant is Jeremy Irons in this film? How did they do those twinning effects? Is this a 5-star Cronenberg film? Tune in to the show to get these answers and more!

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Point of Sale Fundraising Trends with CMN Hospitals: Round Up, Apps and Employee Giving

November 13, 2019
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Point of sale fundraising is one of the most effective ways for charities to raise money from consumers in a retail environment and one of the leaders in this space is Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, which has raised $6.9 BILLION for its 170 partner children’s hospitals around the country since 1983.

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Marvel Movie Minute • Season 2

You won't like us when we get angry. 

This season, Andy and Pete are taking on the second film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Incredible Hulk. This certainly wasn't the first cinematic adaptation of Big Green, and the television series of the 70s and 80s is arguably better remembered than the films. But Edward Norton's take on this modern Dr. Jekyll was our introduction to the character for the MCU, and that's what we call home.

This is the Marvel Movie Minute. We're talking about the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe... all the films, in order ... and we're doing it one minute at a time.

The Return of The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Sep 4, 2019

Banner is still on the road, but this time he’s traveling with a friend: a case of the 5 o’clock shadow that simply can’t be beat… not even by THE HULK!

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The Incredible Hulk (1977)

Aug 14, 2019

The second episode of our MMM break takes us back to the 1977 film — and series pilot — that built Hulk-love into a generation of 70s and 80s kids.

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IM126: Avenger Initiative

Jul 1, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Alex Robinson from Star Wars Minute talk about Nick Fury’s surprise appearance, Robert Downey Jr.’s initial thoughts on the scene, and Edgar Wright’s suggestion to Jon Favreau that led to a franchise expectation

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IM125: Ratio of Table Ladies

Jun 28, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about Robert Downey Jr.’s suits, Scarlet Letters title work, and mystery song cues

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IM124: The ‘Name That Least Sounds Like a Name’ Name

Jun 27, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about the sweatshop mentality of some effects studios, the animating career of Samati Boonchitsitsak, and the mysterious Grantland Gears

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