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Kerri Ana Provost and Johnna Kaplan share travel tips and discuss their experiences of journeys and places. In each episode, they get nerdy about their home base, Connecticut; talk about travel in New England and the Tri-State area; and reminisce about their adventures across the USA and in the wider world.
 
It’s Friday night and life slowed down long enough for the fellas to grab a bottle. With kids in bed, hall passes secured, and whiskey on deck we let loose and give our take on a variety of topics. So pull up a chair, grab a glass, and take a ride with Rodney, Calvin, Andrew, Tony, and Darius as they give you a steady pour of a melanin infused perspective with a whiskey twist.
 
The Steady Stater, hosted by Brian Czech, is a podcast by the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy, dedicated to exploring limits to growth and sustainable solutions. Czech and his guests discuss the principles of steady-state economics and how they apply to contemporary politics and policy. The Steady Stater airs every Monday at 8:00 a.m. EST.
 
The Hold Steady is for Women is a podcast about fandom, taking up space, and reclaiming the narrative of America's Greatest Bar Band for Dads as America's Greatest Band for Everyone Who Wants to Have a Good Time Tonight. Stay tuned as we share our origin stories, favorite shows, scene reports, and most importantly, drive home the fact that The Hold Steady is for all of us. Hosted by Desi, Heidi and Kayleigh. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steady-ladies/support
 
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On the Season 2 Finale, the fellas recap the whiskeys of season 2 and discuss what they learned about their palettes. Reflecting over the past few months co-hosts Rodney, Andrew, Darius, Tony, and Calvin share their favorite and least favorite whiskeys of season 2, lessons learned, and if there was anything that was unexpected. The fellas then look…
 
To celebrate the 100th episode of "Slow & Steady," we take some time to tell our backstories and reflect on the paths that brought us to where we are today. Queen Raae on Twitter Benedikt on Twitter Brian on Twitter POW! Userlist HireBrianRhea.com from the Wayback Machine The whole HireBrianRhea story…
 
Many of the biggest questions surrounding this year’s Supreme Court term don’t have to do with the cases they decided. They’re more about the people who are deciding them. What’s the dynamic on the 6-3 majority conservative court? What role does Chief Justice John Roberts play? And what will happen with liberal justice Stephen Breyer, who turns 83 …
 
The fellas invite Courtnee Futch, chef, baker, mixologist, author, and entrepreneur to pull up a chair, grab a glass and share her southern hospitality infused passion for creating the ultimate dining experience. They discuss how she took her talents from baking in her college dorm to creating cocktail pairings in Paris and becoming an entrepreneur…
 
Benedicte talks about the launch of her upcoming Gatsby Functions course. Benedikt is talking about the recent live streaming experiment. Brian is starting to enjoy the year on the road and is working on the JTBD app. Gatsby Summer Functions Slow & Steady wins the race Sidekiq jtbd.appBrian Rhea & Benedikt Deicke
 
With interracial relationships becoming more of a social norm, the fellas discuss why they think some people still have a problem with it. Despite the social acceptance, co-hosts Rodney, Andrew, Calvin, Darius, and Tony explore some of the existing mindsets that may oppose interracial relationships or prove to be a barrier from fully embracing it. …
 
The Supreme Court term is over, and although it didn’t have some of the high-profile cases we’ve come to expect the Court to decide, it did have its own drama, with Amy Coney Barrett joining the court as a last-minute replacement for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Former President Trump solidified his mark on the Court, and left it with a 6-3 conser…
 
Brian manages to join for an entire episode and share some updates on the JTBD app. Benedikt deployed double opt-in and got a kitchen all in the same week! Unfortunately, Benedicte was unable to join this week, but we promise, one of these days we'll have all three co-hosts on for an entire episode :P…
 
Brian is back (joining from Bar Harbor, Maine) and sharing his progress on the JTBD app as well as stories from the road. Benedicte is taking a quick break from her vacation to launch Gatsby Summer Functions. Benedikt is scared to deploy the double opt-in implementation and fighting with email rendering in Outlook. Benedicte’s on-brand vacation Gat…
 
Outside is open in time for the summer and the fellas are talking about summer trips (with kids) and vacations (without kids). From cruises to timeshares, co- hosts Rodney, Andrew, Calvin, Darius, and Tony discuss how they like to spend their summers and reminisce on some of their best vacations. They review the whiskey pick of the week “Black Sadd…
 
In which we discuss: -Re-entering society, post-vaccination. -What we learned and how we adapted (or not) over the past year. -Worrying about stuff. Of course. Come on girl Let’s sneak out of this party It’s getting boring There’s more to life than this By party, of course, we mean pandemic, and by sneak out, we mean mingle freely without masks! Th…
 
On this special episode the fellas discuss fatherhood and how important a role father's play in one's life. Drawing from personal experiences, co-hosts Rodney, Andrew, Calvin, Darius, and Tony share their perspectives on what it means to be a father and take a look at some of the barriers that exist from fully embracing the role of fatherhood. They…
 
The Connecticut legislative session has concluded, and it seems that in some ways, this "Land of Steady Habits" has emerged as a changed place. Yesterday, Gov. Ned Lamont signed a bill legalizing marijuana, a deal that took many years, and almost fell apart at the end. Lawmakers and the Governor also agreed on a budget deal that didn’t raise taxes,…
 
While Brian is having trouble with his internet connection Bar Harbor, Benedicte talks about her upcoming Gatsby Summer Functions course. Benedikt shares his recent progress on Zapier and Double Opt-In for Userlist. Jonathan Stark Gatsby Summer Functions Userlist on ZapierBrian Rhea & Benedikt Deicke
 
The fellas have fun sharing their experiences with listening to music outside their comfort zone. They discuss when they came across music that they didn’t normally listen to and yet still enjoyed. They also touch on some of the benefits of exploring many different types of music genres. They review the whiskey pick of the week “James E. Pepper 177…
 
Benedicte Raae joins Brian and Benedikt to talk about their updates of the week. Brian is still getting used to the life on the road, Benedicte is working on a new side project, and Benedikt is still figuring out how to implement double opt-ins. Gatsby Summer Functions with Queen Raae and the Nattermob Pirates POW! — the privacy-first menstrual cyc…
 
The 2020 Census gives Americans a chance to redraw their district lines, fundamentally shifting the map of Democracy. But we often wonder - is our system set up to provide the kind of change necessary? How can Connecticut use this opportunity to create an electoral system that serves its people? And what can we learn from experts outside our state …
 
As more and more people grow increasingly in favor of police reform your hosts Rodney, Tony, Andrew, Calvin, and Darius share what that may look like. They discuss the need for police reform and to what extent it needs to occur. They review the whiskey pick of the week, “Lonehand Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey”, and highlight One Way Moving and Haulin…
 
With more and more states legalizing marijuana your hosts Rodney, Tony, Andrew, Calvin, and Darius explore the impact it may have on society. They discuss what legalizing marijuana actually means and share their perspectives on what some of the outcomes may be. They review the whiskey pick of the week, “Blade and Bow Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisk…
 
Brian is kicking off his year on the road, so Benedikt invited Benedicte Raae to talk about live streaming on YouTube. They chat about how to get started, what formats work, and the benefits of using live streams to "build in public". Benedicte on Twitter POW! Benedicte on YouTube Snuti Streamyard OBS Elgato Wave 3 Elgato Keylight Air…
 
In which we talk about a couple of our favorite B-sides from Thrashing Thru the Passion, our feelings about "going back to normal," and Van Morrison's fall from grace. Plus some other stuff. Noel Gallagher complaining while making tea. A selfie from Kayleigh, as promised. Cultaholic on Twitch. The Hold Steady is for Women is hosted by Desi, Heidi a…
 
In a cancel culture era your hosts Rodney, Tony, Andrew, Calvin, and Darius discuss whether society has become too soft. They share their perspectives and provide a few examples of where public outcry may have been blown out of proportion or where people simply need to do better. They review the whiskey pick of the week “Longbranch Kentucky Straigh…
 
This last year, spent in a pandemic, has changed the lives of so many. But those changes might be felt most acutely by children. Their routines of family life, social life, and learning, were upended. We’ve heard about a “lost school year,” for kids, but what about just a “lost year?” The problems weren’t just felt by those children with the most a…
 
The fellas have fun answering the question whether you could be best friends with someone that is the same sex as your significant other. They draw from personal experiences and have fun with a few hypothetical questions to make their points. They review the whiskey pick of the week “Old Forester 1920” and highlight Blanket Pancakes & Syrup as thei…
 
In a first for the Steady Stater, Brian hosts two guests at once. These guests have a lot in common: scientists, civic-minded citizens, organic farmers, and certainly steady staters. As a bonus, they happen to be married, which makes for a smoothly flowing episode. If you want to hear how steady statesmanship percolates at the local government leve…
 
Benedikt is out this week, so Brian chats with fellow Brian, Brian Casel, about exploring paths to productizing the JTBD consulting service I've been offering. Brian Casel ProcessKit Example of the JTBD Analysis SoftwareBrian Rhea & Benedikt Deicke
 
In this episode, we tackle the controversial legacy of Teeth Dreams, The Hold Steady's sixth studio album. Join us as we lock our bedroom doors and listen to this record, track by track. We hope this whole thing doesn't frighten you. Justice for Teeth Dreams. Follow us on Twitter at @steadyladies --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easie…
 
With outside opening back up the fellas have the debate that everyone has probably had with their friends or family about getting vaccinated. The crew shared their perspectives on Covid 19 vaccine shots and then things got a little heated and shots were fired! They review the whiskey pick of the week “Paddleford Creek Bourbon Whiskey” and highlight…
 
Can we learn from history? It depends on the historian! Hear the erudite Adam Rome reflect upon the roots of American conservation (interesting take), the Progressive Movement, the Dust Bowl, FDR, the Great Suburbanization, Earth Day and more. Adam and Brian emerge from the halls of history to reflect upon the steady-state prospects for the 21st ce…
 
Nursing home workers and Connecticut are still at an impasse over a new contract. The state’s largest health care union has said it will strike as soon as Friday at 26 homes, with other strikes possible in the following weeks. Workers are asking for a pay raise, to $20 an hour, a hike of as much as 33%. The union said that could cost the state more…
 
Brian thinks through some possible paths toward productizing the JTBD traction he's seeing and Benedikt is chipping away at small tasks while the upcoming home move chips away at his energy. Aurelius TinySeed EnjoyHQ @happytrailsfamily Golden Game Guild Visa trial subscription requirementsBrian Rhea & Benedikt Deicke
 
In the first episode of Season 2, your hosts Rodney, Tony, Andrew, Darius, and Calvin discuss how they’ve leveled up in their whiskey game. The crew explores lessons learned since season 1 and how their new found whiskey knowledge has affected their palettes. They review the whiskey pick of the week “Old Tub Bottled in Bond Small Batch” and highlig…
 
Sabine O’Hara occupies a unique niche in ecological economics, with numerous titles to show for it. She’s also developed a dynamic research program at the only urban land-grant university in the USA. Listen to Sabine discuss with Brian her theory of production, urban food hubs, capitalism, and input:output analysis. Learn too about CAUSES, the Coll…
 
Today we finally came back. This episode covers chosen family, politics in music, and consent in the pit (yes, that's a thing). Stay Positive. We f*cking love you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steady-ladies/support…
 
The balance of nature. Balancing resources among nations. Balancing politics with the raw facts of overpopulation. Working in the population education field is a constant balancing act, and David Paxson has been on the tightrope ever since establishing World Population Balance in 1991. Listen to him discuss his voluminous insights with Brian Czech …
 
Everyone has had their lives upended by the pandemic. But the problem has been felt most acutely by women, with more than 2 million leaving the workforce nationwide. And parents’ lives have been disrupted, as they juggle jobs with at-home or blended learning for their school-age children, and limited child care options. Put those together, and you …
 
This week’s guest at the Steady Stater is a renaissance man in sustainability studies. Bill Rees conceived the ecological footprint concept, and helped develop the footprinting methodology thereafter. In this episode we explore the concept and do some “backtracking,” too, all the way back to Bill’s original thoughts. Brian and Bill also entertain t…
 
SAP 81. The first fruit of the Spirit listen in Galatians 5 is Love (Agape), so we begin our series with a discussion on the love of Christ and how we live out love in the church.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @SteadyAnchorPod; listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, and YouTube. Follow the other members of the So…
 
It's the inaugural episode of The Hold Steady is for Women! We talk about our origin stories, our first shows, our favorite shows, and rewriting the story of what it means to be a Hold Steady fan. Heidi forgot to set up her microphone properly. She's sorry. Rate, review, subscribe, and stay positive. <3 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: Th…
 
Ever wonder why 50% of plastic bags have holes—and always near the bottom? What about Hummers; how in heck did those happen? Then we have McMansions, the NRA’s special Kuznets Curve, and “20 % off” everything, all the time! Let Brian Czech guide you through these mysteries of American life, as a bit of comedic relief inches the steady state economy…
 
This week, we continue our conversation with Doug Suisman, the architect and urban planner, who is leading an ambitious planning project for the Greater Hartford region, called Hartford 400. Last time, we talked about the plan’s vision to re-route highways that cut off, and in many cases, destroyed neighborhoods. Today, we talk about the three majo…
 
Benedikt is feeling excited about the feedback on Userlist's proposed marketing email functionality, and Brian has officially held a version of "Backpack" in his real-life hands! The Game Crafter Company Accounts by Userlist on ProductHunt Brian’s Tweet about BackpackBrian Rhea & Benedikt Deicke
 
Kate Raworth may be the most effective economic reformer today. Her vision of a “doughnut economy”—between the hole of poverty and the outer darkness of planetary overshoot—has rolled into Amsterdam and it’s not stopping there. If we roll it out into a “breadstick”—poverty below and overshoot above—does it amount to a steady state economy? Brian an…
 
SAP 80. What are the fruits of the flesh and how do we root them out of our lives as Christians? Press into Christ!Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @SteadyAnchorPod; listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, and YouTube. Follow the other members of the Society of Reformed Podcasters (www.reformedpodcasts.com), and fin…
 
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