FLORIDA MEN ON FLORIDA MAN
The Florida Men on Florida Man podcast features crazy but TRUE stories from the sunshine state. FMOFM goes past the insane headlines and focuses on Florida’s history. From the nation’s wealthiest mobster to legendary heroes of the frontier, there’s one thing they all have in common, Florida. If you love Florida News and Florida History, this show is for you! New episodes air every Wednesday and are available on every major platform!
¡Qué xopa comunidad! Mi nombre es Aristides, y una frase que siempre he pensado que va conmigo es: WE MEET NOT ORDINARY PEOPLE IN OUR LIFES. Sencillo como complejo, este show es para los “mente abierta” y capaces de ser sensibles ante la dura realidad. Normalmente buscamos inspiración y a la vez somos inspiración para otros... es por eso que encontrarás un poco de eso a lo largo de cada uno de los capítulos que te estaré compartiendo semanalmente por esta plataforma. (Descripción hecha por Aristides Amaya)
THE LENNY B.S.
The Lenny Burrows Story... The Lenny Burrows Show... The Lenny BS! In the Autumn of 1585, Lenny Burrows - The Master of Revels, The Lord of Misrule, The Merrymaker - was named the Minister of Revelry by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Fearing his place in history loss following his exile in 1604, Lenny placed all documents pertaining to his 44 years of life, safely within The Globe in London. These are the remnants of those stories.
HOW TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD
Anyone who has achieved greatness has, in part, patterned themselves after those who came before. Napoleon learned from Charlemagne, Charlemagne learned from Caesar, and Caesar learned from Alexander the Great. This podcast analyzes the lives of some of the greatest men and women to ever live. By examining their strategies, tactics, mindset, and work habits, How to Take Over the World helps you understand the great ones, so that you can follow in their footsteps.
THE ORNAMENT OF HUMAN SOCIETY: AN AP US HISTORY PODCAST
This AP US History podcast will cover a variety of the content and skills necessary to excel on the AP US History exam in May. The show is not chronological, but I will be using thematic questions to use an inquiry based approach to learning history.