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The Telescope Room podcast embarks on a journey of growth. How one scattered soul has become a tranquil soul. The objective is a positive message for the entire planet. Sharing stories and perspectives that can motivate and inspire anyone on a similar journey. Gear up and embrace the nutrients for the soul. Here, we elevate your spirit.The show is hosted by platinum recording artist Mr. Lil One.
 
Welcome to the new normal. For so many of us around the globe, our lives have been forever changed by the coronavirus. And we will never be the same. On Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays for the foreseeable future, Neon Hum's Jonathan Hirsch will bring you stories of people who are far away...up close. Stories of how each of us are learning to live through this pandemic.
 
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On this episode, Matt dives into the world of Falcon and Winter Soldier. Where is the show headed? What impact will it make on the larger MCU? Who will live? Who will die? Matt offers his thoughts. This week, the show is not brought to you by Lobster kitchen Mits. Visit www.thetelescopeshow.com to see all the products that don’t sponsor the show.…
 
Caroline Wolff reads her story "Rewritten" and discusses writing first drafts longhand, ensuring every story has a worthy occasion, and making Spotify playlists for her characters. You can find more of Caroline's work on her Instagram, @carolinemariewrites. The Telescope Podcast is hosted and produced by Kara Killinger and uses free sounds from fre…
 
On this episode, Matt delves into the gorgeous and authentic world of Raya and the Last Dragon. You'll get some spicy details about the movie's production, Matt's review and a look through the telescope. The telescope reveils how Sisu the dragon and Raya the protagonist give us pictures of Jesus. Indie Wire article about Raya and the Last Dragon: h…
 
Uno talks about the importance and the bliss that comes from living in the present moment. Unhinging yourself from confinement and toxicity. The only way to experience the eternal now is to never stop believing in the power of your growth. Freedom, Personal freedom really exist and exists within YOU. @mrlilone619…
 
Dyse One joins Mr. Lil One to talk about growing up in San Diego while developing his talents and building an empire. These two go way back and they had a lot reminisce on. Please don't forget to like, comment, subscribe, and share - especially with those who needs some growth/positivity. Follow on instagram: @officialdyseone | https://www.instagra…
 
Uno speaks on moments of his life when there was disparity. How he used all his shortcomings as tools to make him better. In order to honor your growth and your journey you must be pure. Take a listen and enjoy the segment. NEVER underestimate the power of your free will!Mr. Lil One による
 
Katie Veitch reads "Small Change" and discusses her involvement in the online literary community and her advice for writers submitting their work. You can read Katie's story "Small Change" in Small Leaf Press, and you can find her series "The Uncanny Gallery" on Wattpad. The Telescope Podcast is hosted and produced by Kara Killinger and uses royalt…
 
On this episode, Matt discusses the Zombifying nature of the Covid-19 virus, Wandavision and the conservative backlash against Harry Potter. Matt recently received 100 comments on Facebook when he asked about the witch / magical elements of Wanda Vision compared to those of Harry Potter, which drew a lot of criticism when it was first released. Cov…
 
Mr. Shadow speaks on struggles with his health, coming up as an artist, and his experiences with Mr. Lil One. If you're liking what you see, please make sure to like, comment, subscribe, and share - especially with those who need some growth and positivity. FOLLOW: @mrlilone619 @mrshadow619 Editor: @_ethanhhh…
 
Uno speaks on focusing on reconnecting with yourself and not so much the recover of a relationship. To identify with your thoughts and help you understand the difference between significance and insignificance. Encouraging you to continue your growth and be sincere on your journey to a better you. Never forget to love yourself not betray yourself. …
 
@Flossytheboss talks about his experiences making his own studio, starting his own record label, and signing artist, all while dealing with his own health struggles. Don't forget to like, comment, subscribe, and share with friends and family; especially those who need some growth/positivity. FOLLOW on Instagram: @mrlilone619 @Flossytheboss EDITOR: …
 
Josiah Morgan reads his story "Hillcrest Place" and discusses story structure, setting a story in a place you've never been, and the inevitable bits of themselves that writers put into fiction. The Telescope Podcast is hosted and produced by Kara Killinger. This episode uses royalty-free music from freesound.org, including Haunted Blues by FoolBoyM…
 
Kendall Bistretzan reads "She Braids My Hair" and discusses friendship, anxiety, and why everyone tries to write a novel in high school. The Telescope Podcast is hosted and produced by Kara Killinger. This episode uses royalty-free music from freesound.org, including three songs by Chris S. Bacon of GrowingUp.…
 
On this Episode, Matt wades into the discussion over Lucas Films' firing of Gina Carano. Why did so many people willing to petition for her to get the ax? What did Jesus say when confronted by a similar situation? It's all in today's episode. Business Insider Story (Mars Stuff) https://www.businessinsider.com/mars-rover-spacex-uae-hope-probe-top-sp…
 
When you step outside to admire the crisp, starlit night sky on February evenings, bring along our Sky Tour astronomy podcast to learn which stars and constellations are overhead. Here’s a preview of what you'll see. The post February: The Hare & Unicorn appeared first on Sky & Telescope.American Astronomical Society による
 
Rachel Gilman reads her story "The Rabbit, The Owl, and The Newt" and discusses boys who write songs about shower curtains, comedic writing in scary times, and her career in publishing. This episode of The Telescope Podcast uses royalty-free sounds from freesound.org, including News Background by mansardian, acoustic guitar -- swing by CrossingSix7…
 
On this episode, Matt shares some exciting details about the show's rebrand, gives a spoiler-free review of WW1984 and audaciously compares the recent capital invasion to the events in the film. Marvel Phase 4 summary: https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/20/20702328/marvel-disney-plus-thor-eternals-doctor-strange-wandavision-hawkeye-black-widow-san-die…
 
Start the new year right with the easy-to-follow stargazing highlights offered by our Sky Tour astronomy podcast. Here's a preview of this month's guided audio tour. The post January: The Hyades & Pleiades appeared first on Sky & Telescope.American Astronomical Society による
 
On the thirteenth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Ayesha Sadiqa reads her story "2033" and discusses her life in Pakistan, switching career paths, and being accepted into the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa. This episode uses royalty-free sounds from freesound.org, including Fear Bringer by FoolBoyMedia.…
 
On the twelfth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Gwen Kaliszewski reads her story "Have You Ever Been in Love?" and discusses the Oregon coast, identity, and love. This episode uses free sounds from freesound.org, including Snowfall by Shady Dave and Waves Ambiance by Moulaythami.
 
With the return to standard time, November evenings come very early for northern observers — a chance to get in some quick stargazing before dinner! The post November 2020: Cassiopeia Rules appeared first on Sky & Telescope.American Astronomical Society による
 
On the eleventh episode of The Telescope Podcast, Yasmin Subawalla reads her story "Futon" and discusses working on a novel, Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche, and Indian representation in literature. This episode uses royalty-free music from freesound.org, including "chunky baseline" by zagi2.
 
October evenings offer many wonderful night-sky sights — including a dramatic appearance by Mars — and you can find them by listening to our guided audio tour of the star-filled sky. The post October 2020: Mars is the Star! appeared first on Sky & Telescope.American Astronomical Society による
 
On the tenth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Samantha Rodriguez reads her story "A Teacher with Talons" and discusses teachers, prejudice, and the editing process. This episode uses royalty-free sounds from freesound.org, including sad rpg by Goodbyte and forest summer Roond by klankbeeld.
 
On this episode, Matt discusses the question can we unmask God like they do in the movie Stargate, or are we destined to meet a God who is bigger than we ever imagined, like in the movie A Vast of Night. Scientific American story: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/the-origins-of-directed-panspermia/…
 
On the ninth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Rachel Poovathoor reads "The Affair of a Croissant" and discusses blogging, COVID, and how writing can bring comfort. This episode uses royalty-free music from freesound.org, including "A Rhodes Universe" by Tim Kahn and "Inside" by ShadyDave.
 
On the eighth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Joe Shortell reads his story "Dandelion" and discusses economics, Hemingway, and using humor to portray a bizarre world. This episode uses music from freesound.org, including "Comedy Theme" by Trev Lewis of Hagfilms. If you want to be on the next episode, and you are a fiction writer between the ages …
 
On the seventh episode of The Telescope Podcast, Abby DeNike reads her story "Greenwich Park" and discusses studying abroad in London, working in Washington DC, and balancing her med school applications with her love for writing. This episode uses royalty-free sounds from freesound.org, including "white field 2" (cover of It's All Over Now, Baby Bl…
 
The Perseids are upon us — and as you're looking out for shooting stars, look for Jupiter and Saturn low in the southeast as soon as night begins to fall. The post August 2020: Planets & Perseids appeared first on Sky & Telescope.American Astronomical Society による
 
On this episode, Matt discusses the state of Star Wars, performs a short, one-man play and delivers some thoughts on a Christian response to the dangerous societal disillusion that fills the hearts of minds of so many in 2020. Whale https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/25/science/humpback-whales-amazon.html 65 Facts About Star Wars https://www.mentalflo…
 
It sometimes feels like we’re living in a time warp. Like we just went into lockdown. But it’s been four months – and the whole world is different now than it was then. After 50 episodes of Telescope, we’re checking back in with five people we spoke to this season, to see how they’re handling the new normal. Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Mana…
 
Eleven-year-old Emerson Weber has something of a hobby: she loves to write letters. And one day, she decided to write one to the person who makes her hobby possible -- her mailman. And, to her surprise, that gesture went much, much further than she ever imagined. Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: John Asante Reporter & Producer…
 
On the sixth episode of The Telescope Podcast, Loretta Velle Rodriguez reads "Catching Dreams" and discusses writing communities, escapism, and quarantine dreams. This episode features royalty-free sounds from freesound.org, including "Ambient Piano Music #2" and #4 by Lemoncreme, and "Falling Dishes" by Momei.…
 
Caitlin Doughty wants you to reconsider your relationship with death. She’s a funeral director and “Death Positivity” advocate in Los Angeles. And she believes that facing your own mortality can be transformative, even in the middle of a pandemic. Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: John Asante Reporter & Producer: Tanner Robbins…
 
Science journalist Ed Yong covers the pandemic for The Atlantic. But he also saw it coming, writing a story two years ago predicting the issues that we’re seeing now in the U.S. He reflected on hindsight compared to what he sees now and how this pandemic might end. Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: John Asante Producer: Joanna …
 
As the pandemic shuttered stages across the country, playwright Qui Nguyen wanted to give schools a little bit of hope. He took his popular play, She Kills Monsters, and adapted it for video conferencing, with all new cues and ideas. The University of Pittsburgh had put on the play in 2018. They knew the show well. So they thought they’d try to rev…
 
Something about these long hot days just feels off when there isn’t a baseball game on in the background. Games are about to start up again, but without any fans or most of the stadium staff. Today, we hear from a Dodger Stadium employee who has worked there every season for almost three decades -- until this year -- and what missing this season me…
 
American democracy is complicated, especially when it comes to voting. Sam Levine is a journalist covering voter rights at The Guardian. As the 2020 election approaches, Sam will help us understand what is going right and what is going wrong as we prepare to go to the ballot box in November. Executive Producer: Jonathan Hirsch Managing Producer: Jo…
 
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