In 1977, two gold-plated phonograph records with sounds and electronic images selected to represent the diversity of life and culture on Earth were launched into...
LISTEN: Friday Night Lights
The Journal Star Sportswriters bid adieu to the 2019 high school football season and take a look forward to this weekend's opening round of the IHSA
Here's What Penn is Listening to
We surveyed Penn students on what song they can't stop playing.
Essential listening for Pride Month
From Stravinsky to Wendy Carlos, six instances where music has shaped our conception of queerness, whether we're aware of it or not.
How to Listen to Podcasts
If you’re new to the world of podcasts and don’t quite know how to subscribe or listen, you’re in the right place. We created this guide to help you get started.
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We tell the weird and surprising and funny backstories around food and drink. The tales we haven’t all heard yet, the ones that have been lost, the under-told. This is not a recipe show. And this is not a show about celebrity chefs or what they like to eat. Proof goes beyond recipes and cooking to investigate the foods we love (tiki drinks) and don't love (the grain bowl); ask the big questions (where do food cravings come from?); and uncover the hidden…
How to Listen: Radio & Online
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Interim pastor is here to listen, learn
CARETAKER—The Rev. Mike Harbert is the interim pastor at Moorpark Presbyterian Church. RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers When the Rev. Mike Harbert looks around at Moorpark Presbyterian Church, he sees potential. Harbert is the interim pastor at Moorpark Presbyterian, 13950 Peach Hill Road, and he will serve the church until it finds a new full-time minister. "I'm doing a lot of listening; I'm doing a lot of learning,"…
Listening for What We Don’t Know
Absolute truth is dangerous in the hands of people who do not realize how much they do not know. Just as I cringe when someone declares that he knows the reason for the Holocaust, I shudder when people authoritatively declare people they don't know to be heretics and sinners. Knowing that I don't know opens the door to listening and learning, an opportunity to discover more about God, people, and me.
Look, listen and learn to save lives
Look. Listen. Learn. Three words fire officials are hoping will help save lives and prevent fires.
Listen: What to make of Texans' offense?
The Houston Chronicle's John McClain and Aaron Wilson examine the Texans' offensive performance of late.
Listen: How will Texans contain the Colts?
The Houston Chronicle’s John McClain and Aaron Wilson discuss the matchup between the Colts’ offense and the Texans’ defense.
Listen: How will Texans attack Colts?
John McClain and Aaron Wilson discuss how the Texans’ offense matches up with the Colts’ defense.
Way Beyond Listening: Integrating Listening Into Your Platform for ROI
The latest in Social Media Today's Best Thinker webinar series was on the topic 'Way Beyond Listening: Integrating Listening Into Your Platform for ROI'. This webinar, sponsored by Synthesio, featured Brian Melinat, Director of Marketing Analytics at Dell, Kristine Vick, Principal in the Digital and Content team at SAS, and Ben Lapidus, Senior Sales Engineer at Synthesio.
Podcasts to Listen To: What If World and the best podcasts for kids to listen to
With no school to occupy their time for the next few months, keeping kids busy through the summer can be a challenge. Although kid-related podcasts
How to watch, stream or listen as Kentucky basketball plays Vanderbilt
Looking for the Kentucky-Vanderbilt basketball game on TV, radio or the Internet? Here is the information you need.
How to watch, stream or listen as Kentucky basketball plays Florida
Looking for the Kentucky-Florida basketball game on TV? Here is the information you need.
How to watch, listen to Grambling State
The Grambling State Tigers will try to win their first football game of the season when they play Prairie View on Saturday.
LISTEN: This Is What JCC Bomb Threats Sound Like
Today, for the third time this month, a string of Jewish community centers around the country received bomb threats. Many of the 17 JCCs that received calls today evacuated their facilities and contacted law enforcement.
Listen: Steve Chronister gives play-by-play of what happened with black women at Grandview
He talks the for first time on the record about what he says happened that day.