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Recrutement, Marque employeur, Culture d'entreprise... j'échange avec mes invités sur les stratégies qui permettent d'attirer, fidéliser et inspirer les collaborateurs. C'est parti pour ce Podcast autour des Lois de l'Attraction 🎧
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Are you ready to go from glory to glory? A New Level Awaits You podcast equips and trains individuals to walk out their God-given destinies, expand their faith for the impossible, and develop warriors to advance the kingdom of God. Your host, Lois Flewelling, flows in the prophetic anointing to empower individuals to step into divine assignments and reach spiritual levels of greatness in the Lord. This podcast will push you out of your comfort zone, increase faith for spiritual growth, and b ...
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I'm Lois and I'm here to you help you Sensational Silvers out there live an enjoyable and empowered life. Joining me on Silver and Sensational is Jessica, my friend and cohost. She brings a fresh perspective that keeps us young! Join us for a new episode every Friday as we shine a light on how you can continue to be Sensational as a Silver!
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Lois Gerace, award winning residential real estate agent based out of Los Angeles, California, tells you what you should do, what to do, and how to do it, in all aspects of your life. Tune in for frank, funny, and serious talk that will keep you coming back for more.
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Blaine and Steve are a couple of doctors who love superman. We give personal insights and conspiracy theories about the amazing new show, Superman and Lois! Spoilers galore, you've been warned.
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Lois J Wetzel is the author of "Akashic Records: Case Studies" available on Amazon/Kindle and "EDINA: Energy Medicine from the Stars!" as well as "Sacred Journeys & Vision Quests." In doing this show, Lois' intent is to create a FREE LIBRARY of spiritual information for all Seekers on the Path, who are guided here. Feel free to browse the archives and find what resonates with you! Sometimes Lois will be the one teaching, more often, it will be others telling what they know and/or what they d ...
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The 21st-century podcast for the 1990s Superman. Join Super-fan Matt Truex and various guests as they discuss every episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Will Lois and Clark ever find love? Will all of Metropolis be fooled by a single pair of glasses? Will the podcast get taken over by frog-eating clones? Stay tuned!
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DC on RMD is a multi-part fan show broken into multiple weekly broadcasts dedicated to discussing DC TV. This is the Superman & Lois Edition. The show(s) is hosted by Bobby Doherty, Ryan Denton, David Sabal, Angelica Dawn, Lauren Alexander, Nichole Nance, Steven Crouch, and Michael Flores. Each episode of the podcast will feature a discussion and analysis of the current week’s episode.
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From WABE in Atlanta, this is City Lights. I’m Lois Reitzes – thank you for listening. Among the contributions to the world of music from Athens, Georgia, the band REM is one of the town’s biggest – not only in terms of the fame they would go on to achieve, but in the strength of their Athens roots. A new, comprehensive biography of the band is out…
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Indeed a certainement gagné la guerre des jobboards. Avec sa capacité à aspirer toutes les offres d'emploi du web et à permettre aux candidats de postuler en un clic, Indeed offre une centralisation et une facilité d'utilisation remarquables. Les avantages et inconvénients de cet outil sont débattus avec mes acolytes : Laetitia Sylvestre, experte e…
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Theatrical Outfit director Matt Torney and actor Tess Malis Kincaid discuss “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” which is on stage at the Balzer Theater at Herren’s through June 16. Plus, Dr. Scott Stewart discusses popular scores of currently streaming hits, singer-songwriter Parker Smith takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and w…
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Camille Russell Love, executive director of the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, details the 2024 Atlanta Jazz Festival, happening this weekend at Piedmont Park. Plus, Artist Gregor Turk and Druid Hills Presbyterian Church session member Eric Dusenbury discuss the new public art installation “Assembly,” which is on display on the church’s front …
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Improv actor, writer, and comedian Kevin Gillese discusses his new solo show, “7 Minutes in Kevin,” which is on stage at Dad’s Garage through June 8. Plus, we celebrate Jazz 91.9 WCLK’s 50th anniversary with station manager Wendy Williams and singer Alexandra Jackson. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at …
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Multimedia artist Judy Pfaff details her new exhibition, "A Walk in the Park," which is on view at the Johnson Lowe Gallery through June 28. Plus, we hear about the Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony's upcoming concert, "Year of the Dragon," and H Johnson stops by for the latest installment of "H Johnson's Jazz Moment." See Privacy Policy at https://art19…
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Kerry Lee, co-artistic director of the Atlanta Chinese Dance Company, discusses her contributions to this year’s National Council on the Arts. Plus, The High Museum’s photography curator, Gregory Harris, details the new exhibition “Truth Told Slant,” which is on view at The High through August 11. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and…
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Claudia Einecke, the High Museum’s Curator of European Art discusses their new exhibition, “Dutch Art in a Global Age,” which is on view through July 14. Plus, Emma Burke takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Dance,” and we learn how art organizations can apply for the new grants from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta. See Priv…
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Children’s book author Audrey Galex discusses her new book, “Turtle Rocks,” plus, Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza stops by ahead of their upcoming performance at the Tabernacle on May 18. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Life happens and these situations limit us. But there are times when we are held back by evil intentions through the demonic. We must be able to discern when demonic entities are coming after us and be able to confront them as Jesus did. We can no longer fear the subject of demons but learn how to deal with their intentions on our lives and the liv…
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Artist and activist Charmaine Minniefield discusses the new Beacon Hill Praise House. Her latest installation and exhibition, part of “The Praise House Project: Standing on Hallowed Ground,” is open in Downtown Decatur and will be displayed through the summer. Plus, Collin Kelley takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Poetry,” and Methane…
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Atlanta media personality Mara Davis shares suggestions for celebrating Mom. Plus, author and talent manager Pamela Warner, mother of actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner, discusses her new book, “A Parent’s Guide to Managing Showbiz Kids,” and Atlanta Queer Arts Alliance founders Jim Farmer and Paul Conroy share details on “AQuAA Splash,” a panel discussion…
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Atlanta Botanical Garden’s President and CEO Mary Pat Matheson and Senior Horticulturist Jim Smith discuss their new exhibition of living plant sculptures, “Alice’s Wonderland Returns.” Plus, we hear about a block party from the Atlanta Center for Photography this weekend, and filmmaker Will Feagins details his new documentary, “City of Kings: Atla…
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Moving in the Spirit’s, co-founder and artistic director Dana Lupton and poet Alice Lovelace discuss their collaborative dance performance “Journey on the A-Train: A Jacob Lawrence Story,” on stage May 8 at the Rialto Center for the Arts. Plus, we’ll hear about the Red Clay Comedy Festival, which begins this Thursday at various venues in East Atlan…
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Sometimes our limitation is dry bones - no life left in us, no inspiration or desire to live due to hopelessness. This limitation zaps our creativity, our initiative, and our joy. Do you dare to believe that God can cause your bones to come alive again? Time to break through this limitation so you can breathe again full of life. Be sure to check ou…
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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Laureate Robert Spano returns for a two-week residency this week. The longtime leader of the ASO discusses his upcoming performances with the symphony. Plus, the 14th annual Atlanta Beltline Lantern Parade returns this Saturday, and we visit with the event’s creator, Chantelle Rytter. See Privacy Policy at …
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Dr. Scott Stewart stops by to help jump-start our “May the 4th be with You” celebration. Plus, we hear about “The Palmetto Portrait Project,” and WABE’s H Johnson discusses Cannonball and Nat Adderley for our series, “H Johnson’s Jazz Moment.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy…
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Choo Choo Hu, pianist and founding member of ensemble vim, discusses the "spark" series launch concert and party on Monday, May 6, at MOCA GA. Plus, we hear about a notable change coming to Terminus Modern Ballet, and Maireg Chernet takes the spotlight for our series, "Speaking of Comedy." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Califor…
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Artist Kei Ito discusses his new solo exhibition, "Staring at the Face of the Sun," at the Georgia Museum of Art at UGA through July 14. Plus, food historian Akila McConnell and chef Asata Reid from the WABE podcast "Savory Stories" discuss coffee and Atlanta's connection to the history of the beverage. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priva…
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Out Front Theatre Company artistic director Paul Conroy, alongside playwright and performer Charles Busch, discuss “Psycho Beach Party” on stage May 2nd through 18th. Plus, artist Aaron Artrip takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Art,” and filmmaker Bill Horace joins “Arts, Beats and Lyrics” co-founder Dwayne “Dubelyoo” Wright to detail…
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Vous êtes RH et avez envie de vous expatrier aux États-Unis ? Guillaume nous raconte son parcours d’une dizaine d’années en France chez Paul, Accor et 2LCollection (Hôtellerie de Luxe) avant sa traversée de l'Atlantique. Après une dizaine d’années à Paris, Guillaume décide de s’expatrier à New York. Après des difficultés administratives, il est rec…
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Too often we tend to depend on our own flesh to accomplish what only God can do. Using the story of Jonathan and his armor bearer, Lois reveals how we move past our limitations and allow God to do the impossible. Learn the strategy Jonathan used in overcoming a vast army coming against him. Lois' desire is to train up disciples for Christ. Go to ww…
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New York Times bestselling author Amor Towles discusses his new collection of short stories, “Table for Two.” Plus, Wiley from Atlanta takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Music,” conductor John Morrison and violinist Adelaide Federici detail the Johns Creek Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert, “Celebrating the Maestro,” and we hear a…
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Tomer Zvulun, the Atlanta Opera's artistic director, discusses their "Die Walkürie" production, which will be presented at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre from April 27 through May 5. Plus, Theatre du Reve's outgoing director, Caroyln Cook, stops by to discuss her 30 years with Atlanta's premiere Francophone theater company. See Privacy Poli…
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Conductor and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Music Director Nathalie Stutzmann details the ASO’s next season. Plus, Dr. Scott Stewart joins us to discuss the scores of video games for our series, “Music in Media, and then artists Karl Kroeppler and Vincent Rinehart and poet Dana Gioia discuss their collective exhibition “The Poet and the Painters” on v…
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Chris Escobar, owner of the historic Plaza and Tara Theatres, details the 2024 Atlanta Film Festival and Creative Conference. Plus, Carlos Carvajal takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Comedy, and “Challenge the Stats founder and acclaimed harpist Angelica Hairston and spoken word artist Adán Bean discuss “Voices Amplified: An Evening o…
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Has brokenness limited you in moving forward in your life? Nehemiah discovered how to move past his own brokenness to accomplish great things for the Lord and tap into his true skills. Are you ready to discover what is deep within you so that you walk past the rubble into God's promises? Discover much more on my website www.loisflewelling.com for y…
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Radio personality and philanthropist Frank Ski details his new ambient concept album, “Climate Change.” Plus, contemporary moment artist Emily Christianson takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Dance,” and Joann Cebulski and Patricia Pichardo from the Seed & Feed Marching Abominable discuss their 50th anniversary ahead of their upcoming …
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Kevn Kinney of the band Drivin' n Cryin' discusses hosting the Fox Theater's 4th annual "Revival" benefit concert on April 28. Plus, H Johnson stops by for the latest edition of "H Johnson's Jazz Moment," and cellist Roee Harran details The Temple Chamber Players' upcoming April 21 concert. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Califo…
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Lois visits art scholar and curator Naomi Beckwith, the recipient of the High Museum’s 2024 David C. Driskell Prize. Plus, we’ll hear about Oakland Cemetery’s light and art celebration, “Illumine,” and Shannon Mulvaney and Jacob Blaisdell of Decatur’s Ella Guru Record Shop discuss Record Store Day and how limited exclusive releases can be problemat…
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Founding Ying Quartet member Phillip Ying and award-winning double bassist Xavier Foley discuss their upcoming April 21st performance at Spivey Hall. Plus, Katie Chaple takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Poetry,” and food historian Akila McConnell and chef Asata Reid from the WABE podcast “Savory Stories” discuss Michelin stars and wh…
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Scotty Crowe, VP of audio at WABE, discusses the new all-ages storytelling podcast, “The Podcast Where They Read Stories.” We also hear about the 16th annual Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards, “The Shulers.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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In this interview with Rebecca Hanson, worship leader for Unstoppable conference, Rebecca shares a vision she had that pushed her beyond her limitations into both intimacy with Christ and standing up with him. A prophet and anointed worship leader, Rebecca how to step into all that God has for you. For more resources such as books, online courses, …
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With no vision we perish, go astray, or go wild. One limitation that ultimately hinders us in every way is when we have no vision or the vision is so cloudy we no longer are able to see it. Learn how to lift this limitation so that you can fulfill all God has for you. Many resources are available on my website, www.loisflewelling.com, such as books…
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Actor Clelia Murphy, director Simon Gibney, and playwright John Murphy discuss “Goodnight Delia” on stage at Aris Theatre through April 21. Plus, we hear about “Heart Strings,” an original experience promising to forge human connections, coming to Pullman Yards this week. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice…
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Comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood, Jr. discusses the National Center for Civil and Human Rights fundraiser, “Power to Inspire.” He’ll be hosting the event at the Eastern on April 17th. Plus, Mike Jordan and Sammie Purcel stop by with suggestions for weekend activities, including the new exhibition, “Al Dente, The Design of Pasta…
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Chef Todd Richards discusses his new cookbook “Roots, Heart, Soul: The Story, Celebration and Recipes of Afro Cuisine in America.” Plus, Nicx Alexander takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and we hear about the 51st Annual Writers Workshop at Clark Atlanta University. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pr…
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Unstoppable speaker, Emily Houle, shares how we can become unstoppable going through events in our lives that tend to confront us. Emily is one of our dynamic speakers for Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment held at Empowering Life Center, 144 Military Street, Houlton, Maine on April 20, 2024 from 9:00 to 4:00. To register go to https://www.loisflewe…
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Music contributor Dr. Scott Stewart discusses the scores of theme parks for our series, “Music in Media.” Plus, John Wieland details his new 39,000-square-foot gallery, “The Warehouse,” and comedian Matthew English takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Comedy.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at …
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Paul Crater, Vice President of Collections and Research at the Atlanta History Center, discusses the new exhibition, “More than Brave: The Life of Henry Aaron.” Plus, artist Steven L. Anderson takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Art,” and we hear about a new paid opportunity from MARTA’s “Artbound” program. See Privacy Policy at https:…
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When our limitations restrict our influence, we can only go so far in life. It is limiting what God can do and results in our living in the mindset of lack. It depletes our breath, our energy, our value, and determines how far we go in life. It is time to remove this limitations so you can go beyond your own imagination into the all that God has fo…
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Comedian and author Dulcé Sloan discusses her new memoir, “Hello, Friends! Stories of Dating, Destiny, and Day Jobs.” Plus, actor and stunt performer Jeanna Kanell takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of The Boom.” Then, musicians John Renauld and Awleen share the story behind the new Cadillac Jones spin-off band, Foxy Jones. See Privacy P…
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If you've ever had a Sexual Fantasy, the next thing to *pop* into your mind is whether you or not you should act on it. In today's video, I'll share bits of a study by Doctor Justin Lehmiller who really helped to understand the different types of sexual fantasies, who might have them and why and whether or not you should act on them or let your par…
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Legendary opera singer Renee Flemming discusses the new book, “Music and Mind: Harnessing the Arts for Health and Wellness.” She’ll converse with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on April 12 at the Woodruff Arts Center’s Rich Theater. Plus, we continue our celebration of National Poetry Month and highlight poet Julie E. Bloemeke for our series, “Speaking of Poetry…
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In this interview with Shea MacMillian, a speaker for our Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment conference, describes what becoming unstoppable means for her. We must fight for our families and Shea gives us insight on how to do exactly that. To register for our Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment conference which is being held on April 20, 2024 at 9:00a…
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Humorist, comedian, and author David Sedaris stops by before his upcoming Atlanta appearance at the Fox Theater. Plus, food historian Akila McConnell and chef Asata Reid discuss our city’s historic farmers markets. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Les entreprises dépensent des sommes considérables pour améliorer leurs relations avec les prospects et les clients. Pourtant, nombre d'entre elles réalisent à peine que les candidats peuvent être exactement les mêmes personnes. Décathlon et Yaggo partagent la conviction qu'un candidat mal traité a de fortes chances de ne jamais devenir un client f…
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