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Heaven’s Gate ★★★

39 people died in a mass suicide in 1997. They were part of a group called Heaven’s Gate. Was it a cult? Was it just a religion? Who defines what unorthodox or spurious is? What led people to follow the

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Quick Bite: Ladies, We Need to Talk ★★★★★

This is the latest in a new-ish series of shorter reviews I’m calling Audible Feast Quick Bites. (In 2018 I’ll stop calling it new-ish!) A shorter post format allows me to write more reviews. Enjoy! What’s the show about? Ladies,

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Audible Feast on Break

Hi everyone – I am going to take the rest of the month of November off (at least that’s the plan) from writing for the blog. My (paying) job is really busy right now and I have some family travel

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Quick Bite: PLAYLIST ★★★★★

This is the latest in a new-ish series of shorter reviews I’m calling Audible Feast Quick Bites. A shorter post format allows me to write more reviews and especially share more indie shows with you. Like this one! (Although this

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Dirty John ★★★

Dirty John (Wondery) has been the talk of the pod planet in the last couple of weeks – it burst onto the scene with the hope of reaching S-Town or Serial status on October 2nd. The first of six episodes

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Sex with Emily ★★

The sex-centered, sex-positive podcast genre has a lot of room to grow. There aren’t a lot of players in it and I think there’s a lot to talk about. On Sex With Emily, Emily Morse, a “sexpert” who has spent

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The Competition ★★★★★

Survivor, The Voice, RuPaul’s Drag Race, The Bachelor, Dancing With the Stars … we love competitions. We love to see the underdog win and to be honest, we don’t mind watching epic meltdowns either. James Kim, a producer at Dinner

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Mogul: The Life and Death of Chris Lighty ★★★★ (Guest Review: Adela Mizrachi)

This guest review is from Adela Mizrachi. She is a curious human and the founder of Podcast Brunch Club (PBC), which is like a book club, but for podcasts. PBC in-person groups meet all over the world to listen to

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Regrets of the Dying ★★★★★

Regrets of the Dying is a podcast about what people think about at the end of their lives. Far from gloomy, it evokes many sentiments: peacefulness, reflection, closure, and overwhelming love. Host Georgina Scull conceived of the idea after suffering

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Quick Bite: Reply All ★★★★★ (Guest Review/Adela Mizrachi)

This guest review is penned by Adela Mizrachi, a curious human and the founder of Podcast Brunch Club (PBC), which is like a book club, but for podcasts. PBC in-person groups meet all over the world to listen to a monthly

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