Curating the right tools is the key to booking unforgettable and hassle-free travel! I’ll show you how I choose the tools that will help me identify exactly what I need for my journey, and how you can too!
A review of the new audiobook version of James Herriot’s All Creatures Great and Small.
Learn more about the world’s largest country with this curated list of 21 fiction and non-fiction audiobooks about Russia.
Grilling season is here and with it, the sticky battalion of diminutive glass jars in my refrigerator come into their own!
The Creative Podcast landscape is crowded and there is a ton of dross. These four creativity podcasts are authentic, generous, and informative.
Guest blogger, Hannah Hethmon, host and producer of Museums in Strange Places Podcast joins Jennifer for a look at 5 Absorbing Museum Podcasts.
Sink into these 5 exceptional podcasts about language to improve your use of the semi-colon, discover how the word “score” came to mean a unit of twenty, or learn more about the fascinating history of our remarkable language.
Podcasts seem to have been made for history with that discipline’s episodic nature. Successful history podcasts require a lot of passion for the subject, dedication, extensive research, and attention to detail.
It comes as no surprise that librarians have been in the vanguard of using podcasts to help spread the word about the great things you can find in the hallowed halls of your public library.
There is a knack to the daily news program — you have to keep it fresh and exciting, but you must also follow some kind of formulaic structure so that your listeners will know what to expect. The five podcasts on this list have elevated the daily news podcast to a fine art.