TRY THIS EPISODE My Firstest Murder IF YOU Need a hug LISTEN TO Dear Sugar WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT At the top of every episode, listeners are reminded of this: “The universe has good news for the lost, lonely and heartsick.” Originating from Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond’s cult advice column on the site The Rumpus, the two are now together again in podcast form.
They field questions from listeners, who are often at their most vulnerable, on topics like relationships and addiction; and then the duo provides warm advice.
Determined to get the gang back together for weekly Sunday dinners, they will use simple, heartfelt recipes to lure the kids (and some special guests) to the table.
From Justine's Famous Lasagna, to Rev's BBQ, each episode will unveil a new recipe to be shared among new and old guests.
(That’s almost a rhetorical question — there are that many good ones out these days.) Last year we wrote about eight favorites, and since then we’ve discovered many more.
Insane Chevy 350 Small Block in Murray Riding Lawn Mower! We have parts for ALL BRANDS of power equipment including Craftsman, John Deere, Cub Cadet, Honda, Troy Bilt, Murray, Snapper plus commercial brands like Scag and Exmark.Then try this one — it’s a very intimate experience. TRY THIS EPISODE The Smell IF YOU Can only choose one LISTEN TO Call Your Girlfriend WHY YOU’LL LOVE IT Let me go out on a limb.All about love and sex, The Heart has a way of turning what host Kaitlin Prest calls “deliciously smutty feminist audio pieces” into intimate stories that stay in your head for weeks. Almost any topic is fair game, from heartbreak to oral sex (with, omg, real audio! I would argue that if you could only add one new podcast to your repertoire, this should be the one.Hosted by digital strategist Aminatou Sow and her real-life bestie, journalist Ann Friedman, each episode is a wide-ranging conversation between the two smart women about the week’s zeitgeist, from Internet memes to the election. Every other episode is a Phone-a-Friend, featuring interviews with their awesome peers, like San Francisco illustrator Wendy Mac Naughton and New York Times reporter Jenna Wortham.