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Before There Were Icons
Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse are stars in their own right, but there were cartoons before either of those characters existed. What sorts of creatures and comics were dancing across screens in animation's early days?
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Part One: Bill Cosby: A Life of Red Flags
How did Bill Cosby go from 'America's Dad' to Monstrous Mass Rapist? In Episode 2, Robert is joined by Edgar Momplaisir (Culture Kings Podcast) and they discuss all the red flags that led up to Cosby's guilty verdict.
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When In Your Life Have You Felt Lost?
We all feel lost at some point in our lives. Why is it such a universal experience, and how do we deal with it? This week, we try to embrace being lost. Special guest: Victoria Price.
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Episode 6: Twitch
In episode 6, Dani and Ify are joined by the chief executive of Hyper RPG Zac Eubanks to discuss Twitch, the live streaming video platform. They get in to the beginnings of video streaming, how the gaming category of video streaming sites grew, how it works, how to use the site, Hyper RPG's partnership with Twitch, how Ify built his following, and much, much more! 
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Elsa Schiaparelli
Elsa Schiaparelli is one of the most unique voices fashion has ever seen. Her penchant for daring designs was often inspired by her close friendships with Surrealist artists.
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Star Wars: the Music (Part I)
Star Wars and its characters are driven by musical motifs, or themes. We dive into Luke's theme, the Force, Obi-Wan Kenobi, The Rebel Alliance, and Princess Leia. We take a close look at how these themes tell the story of Star Wars, plus we hear some listener feedback, interview clips, and much more.
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We Are The Gaza Strip
In episode 41, the girls break down what they've learned about the Gaza Strip protests in Palestine/Israel. They start by discussing Michelle Wolf's White House Correspondents Dinner jokes, Netanyahu's new evidence that Iran is secretly building nuclear weapons, and then get in to the Great March of Return protests happening. They talk about what it stands for, who is involved, and why it's happening. It's all very complicated - who knew?
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'Edgar Gets Dragged'
The Culture Kings: Edgar and Jacquis are joined by writer/comedian Anna Salinas (badcomixbyanna, John Baxte) and they discuss: Childish Gambino's 'This is America,' the Continuous Kanye Drama, Favorite Music Samples and More!
 
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William Rufus King (Entry 688.LK1734)
In which a U.S. vice-president spends his entire six-week term dying in Cuba, and Ken reads some fun, flirty letters from future president James Buchanan. Certificate #39087.

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Crush to Judgement: Avengers: Infinity War
Chuck and Noel sat down to go over Marvel's latest epic, Avengers: Infinity War. BIG TIME SPOILERS ABOUND! 
 
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Oh THAT Russian Oligarch… AUSTRALIA IS FAKE 5.9.18
In episode 144, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian Brandon Johnson to discuss the recent midterm elections and the women who killed it, Michael Avenetti's receipts on Michael Cohen receiving money from big companies like AT&T along with a Russian oligarch, the dual realities currently existing in America, the new conspiracy from flat earthers that Australia is not real, & more!
 
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The Capture of Guam Was Bloodless and Quick, All Due to a Misunderstanding
Located about 1500 miles to the east of the Phillipines in Micronesia, Guam is a small US territory with a tiny population, beautiful beaches and an incredibly complicated history. For almost four centuries it was a colonial possession of Spain -- but that all changed in 1898, when Guam, in a strange series of misunderstandings, became a possession of the American government. So what exactly happened? Join Ben and Noel as they explore the bloodless, somewhat ridiculous, capture of Guam.
 
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Why Were These Books Banned?
Where's Waldo isn't allowed in prisons, Winnie the Pooh can't set foot in China, and Brown Bear, Brown Bear is forbidden from schools in... Texas?! From Ulysses to sinful Bibles, Will and Mango dive into the story of banned books to tell you all about the titles they don't want you to read.
 
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Andy Grammer
Andy Grammer has taken the music world by storm with a succession of gold and platinum-certified singles--- “Keep Your Head Up”, “Honey I’m Good”, “Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)", and “Fresh Eyes” are among his catalog of pop hits. Before kicking off his 2018 tour, the Cali-native singer/songwriter dropped by the GRAMMY Museum to talk about his journey in music and his third-studio album The Good Parts.
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Questions: Part 2
Payne and the team answer more listener questions.
 
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