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This Date in Weather History
1898: The Portland Storm

This Date in Weather History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 2:00


The famous "Portland" storm struck off Cape Cod on November 27, 1898 with loss of 200 lives in strong winds and heavy wind whipped snowfall across southern New England. Many were lost in 50 small vessels to the raging sea off the coast. 27” of snow fell in New London, CT. 15" at Waterbury, CT. A peak wind of 72 mph was recorded at Boston. Boston received more than 12” of snow... then 5” more fell on November 30th to give them their deepest ever Nov. snow depth at 16". Boston Harbor filled up with shipwrecks. Block Island had an estimated gust to 98 mph. Docks in Boston Harbor where also torn up disrupting shipping commerce for weeks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Christian Worldview radio program
Thanksgiving Special: The Pilgrims' Beliefs and the Founding of America

The Christian Worldview radio program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 53:59


GUEST: DR. JERRY NEWCOMBE, producer, The Pilgrims documentary A small group of biblical Christians known as the the Pilgrims are widely considered to be “the founders of America”. Numbering only about 400-500 souls, they had fled religious persecution in England to settle in Holland. But after ten years there, they decided on another move across the Atlantic Ocean to an unknown land that would become the United States. About 50 Pilgrims were on the first vessel called The Mayflower, arriving in modern-day Cape Cod in Massachusetts in November 1620. One year later in November 1621, after a brutal winter in which many of them died, they celebrated a bountiful harvest with local Indians who had helped them in what has become known as the first Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims and their biblical beliefs which led directly to the principles of the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution 150 years have been mostly forgotten by the majority of our population. “Separation of church and state” is a sacrament of mainstream society today…but it wasn't to the Pilgrims. They said they came to America “for the glory of God and the advancement of the Christian faith.” Dr. Jerry Newcombe, producer of the documentary film, The Pilgrims, joins us this Thanksgiving weekend on The Christian Worldview to discuss the Pilgrims' story and and what they believed and lived by. For in them we have an example for how we can live in our pilgrimage in a contrary world.

The Mindful Experiment Podcast
EP#330 - Know Your Seafood

The Mindful Experiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:13


In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking with Daniel McQuade who is the Co-Founder and CEO of KnowSeafood. I am a big supporter of eating good quality, wild caught fish.  Fish oil is something I take daily and I consume a filet 1-2x/week of sockeye or coho salmon. When I had the opportunity to talk with Daniel, I was excited to share with you all what he is doing to break down the hidden game of the fish industry and he created a company that is 100% transparent. When you order from his company, you will know when it was caught, and get all the data of what happened to that fish up to, showing up at your doorstep. We even talk about the beautiful technology of blockchain, how he uses this in his company and why this is going to be the biggest change in our lives in the next 10-15 years. I know you will enjoy this episode as much as I did talking with Daniel. Lastly, I wanted to say, Happy Thanksgiving to all of us at The Mindful Experiment.  We are grateful for all our listeners and those who follow the podcast. Without you, this wouldn't be possible. Who is Daniel McQuade? Daniel McQuade, President of McQuade Marketing, a marketing & business development company, with expertise in providing branding & marketing services across many business verticals. Due to his strength in marketing and business development, Daniel has founded companies that have been thought leaders and pioneers in developing change in old industries such as the first to market a nationally branded and certified Natural Light Beef Company, founded a for-profit supermarket cooperative company and led a seafood start-up to become the largest processor of its type in the US in 7 years. Additionally, Daniel has learned from the ground up how to run full-scale consumer branding programs from conception through commercialization including brand strategy and positioning, product development, packaging design, category management, the logistics of getting it on-shelf, and also developing promotions utilizing emerging digital technologies to deliver sustainable product movement. Throughout the course of his career, Daniel has worked with and volunteered at many non-profit organizations in capacities ranging from being a founder, president, executive board member, and trustee along with providing over $5M in grants to a wide range of non-profits institutions focusing on education, and health and wellness programs. Daniel has been a noted speaker and marketing counselor for the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center and continues to present workshops on marketing and branding to new business entrepreneurs and expanding small business ventures at Columbia Business School. Daniel grew up on Buzzards Bay, near Cape Cod, sailing, fishing, and lobstering. I was very fortunate to know great seafood first-hand from a young age. But working in the industry, he became frustrated by how little my peers cared about that. Safety, integrity, and flavor came second to profit. In building KnowSeafood, he wanted to add trust back to seafood shopping. How to Connect with Daniel? Website: https://knowseafood.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knowseafood/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KnowSeafood/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUgslHZeQNJOBgsi3uJ21Tg Twitter: https://twitter.com/knowseafood Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/KnowSeafood_Official/ -------------------------------------------- Connect with Dr. Vic... Website: www.EmpowerYourReality.com Facebook: www.Facebook.com/drvicmanzo Instagram: www.Instagram.com/drvicmanzo LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/in/drmanzo   Check out my books: https://amzn.to/3gzr9XT   About Dr. Vic... I'm Dr. Vic Manzo Jr., a Pediatric/Family Wellness Chiropractor, Business/Self-Mastery Coach, Influential Author, Inspirational Speaker, and the host and creator of The Mindful Experiment Podcast and The Mindful Chiropractor Podcast. I teach entrepreneurs and Chiropractors how to DOUBLE their profits while working less and leading a SOUL-FILLED Life... Check out my socials and if interesting in free 30-minute discovery call on what's possible, www.CallWithDrVic.com

The BosBabes
Ann Marie Leitao: EmpowerHER

The BosBabes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 68:25


Intro Song Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Do Mushies Not Coke Outro Sound Credit: YAA! Koala @yaakoala Song: Don't Stop     In this BosBabes lifestyle sports podcast episode, BosBabes host Brittany Baldi chats with former Boston Bruins Ice Girl, Massachusetts area native, and one of the founders of EmpowerHER which is a nonprofit dedicated to helping young women that are experiencing ‘mother grief'.    Ann Marie grew up in North Attleboro Massachusetts and attended college right at Umass Amherst. She lived in Boston for 5 years and has a tight tie to the city! She states “Massachusetts will always be home”.   7 minutes into the episode Ann Marie begins discussing her childhood memories. She talks about the importance of ‘community' and having close friends help her out when she lost her mother to a tumor at the age of 10. Cape Cod!? Yes…Ann loved vacationing there and still does—listen in to hear her most fond memories.   12 minutes in— you BosBabes fanatics will learn how this lovely woman kept active as a kid! She played a mix of sports…and also trained & ran the Boston Marathon as well as got actively involved with the Boston community as a Bruins Ice Girl.    18 minutes in Ann Marie chats all about being an ice girl for the Boston Bruins. How did she become an ice girl? What were tryouts like? Was she nervous? —she tells all!   27 minutes in Ann Marie gets open and vulnerable with The BosBabes fanatics. She shares the memory of losing her mom at a very young age & it sparking her interest in seeking outlets to help her deal with ‘mother loss' in a healthy manner. — She explains “how quickly life can change on you” in regards to her mom being happy and healthy one day and being diagnosed with a stage 4 brain tumor the next. Listen in as Ann Marie shares what its like going through life not having her mom with her physically.    35 minutes in Ann Marie discusses her nonprofit @empoweringher which is dedicated to connecting girls & young women who experience mother loss. Please visit www.empoweringher.org to see how you can help!   50 minutes into it Britt and Ann Marie wrap up this impactful episode by chatting about Ann's upcoming holiday plans.      Please enjoy this podcast episode and be sure to subscribe to The BosBabes for FREE on our Youtube channel. Full interviews & vlogs are posted there! Cheers xo      This episode of the BosBabes lifestyle sports podcast is brought to you by one of our sponsors BetOnline.AG. You can head to their website or mobile app to sign up for a FREE account & use promo code CLNS50 for your sign up bonus!-- Your online sportsbook experts. Visit Haliola.com for incredible high quality and affordable athleisure wear. Halio is a VETERAN OWNED small business. You can save 10% off your purchases using code bosbabes10 at checkout Visit MANSCAPED.com today! They are the leaders in mens hygiene and grooming. Save 20% off and great FREE shipping with my personal discount code BosBabes at their checkout.    

CounterVortex Podcast
CounterVortex Episode 98: Thanksgiving and Atonement

CounterVortex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 40:54


In Episode 098 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg discusses the book Thanksgiving: The Holiday at the Heart of the American Experience by Melanie Kirkpatrick. A work of Thanksgiving boosterism, it nonetheless recognizes the dissidents who reject the holiday as a celebration and sanitization of genocide, and even call for replacing it with a day of atonement. The idealized portrayal the first Thanksgiving in 1621 belies the bloody realities of the Pequot War and King Philip's War that shortly followed. Perversely, the Wampanoag indigenous people, who shared in that first Thanksgiving and were later defeated in King Philip's War, were the target of a new attempt at "termination" by the Trump administration, which sought to disestablish their reservation at Mashpee, on Cape Cod just 30 miles south of Plymouth Rock. Note: Please forgive audio interference from approximately 13 to 24 minutes. We are a shoestring operation. Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just per weekly episode via Patreon. We now have 28 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 29!

Fasting on SermonAudio

A new MP3 sermon from Presbyterian Church of Cape Cod, OPC is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Lesson 1 Subtitle: Christian Fasting Speaker: Dr. James La Belle Broadcaster: Presbyterian Church of Cape Cod, OPC Event: Sunday - PM Date: 8/1/2021 Length: 69 min.

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles
Late Fall Fishing Opportunities - November 19 Cape Cod Fishing Report

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 28:16


Late November has arrived and the fishing for striped bass has definitely slowed down. Nevertheless some My Fishing Cape Codders are still managing to catch a striper here and there. Giant bluefin tunas are also still roaming not far offshore the Cape's coastline. The freshwater fishing across the board is on fire right now. Fishing for big largemouths, smallmouths and trout is a great bet. We would also like to wish you an early Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you're able to enjoy the holiday with your family and fishing friends. Tight lines

Suite Run
57 | Falmouth, MA with Julianna Coughlin: Running in Cape Cod

Suite Run

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 58:13


Julianna Coughlin is a marathoner, registered dietician, podcast host and social media manager for the Cape Cod Marathon. Julianna loves her beautiful town of Falmouth, MA and in this conversation we get the back story on Julianna's running journey and her career as a dietician. Then we dive into the Atlantic ocean and talk about the highlights of Falmouth including the best place to RUN, gorgeous locations to to catch a sunrise and sunset, delicious Cape Cod dining options and more.Don't miss this great conversation!Click HERE for the complete show notes.This episode is sponsored by:InsideTrackerInsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other.What's their secret? First, InsideTracker uses its patented algorithm to analyze your body's data and offer you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside you. Then, InsideTracker provides you with a concrete, science-backed, trackable action plan for reaching your performance goals and being your healthy best.  InsideTracker is offering 25% off its store for our listeners and let us recommend the Essentials Package for just $189! It's perfect for runners to elevate their training. Just visit insidetracker dot com slash SUITE RUN.Where to find Julianna Coughlin:Julianna on InstagramWhere to find Natalie and Jerold:Natalie's InstagramSuite Run InstagramNatalie's TwitterSuite Run TwitterNatalie's FacebookSuite Run WebsiteSuite Run Facebook

MMR Talks
Episode 25: Massachusetts (feat. Shamus Hill)

MMR Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 69:35


"The spirit of Massachusetts is the spirit of America. The spirit of what's old, and what's new." Today Shamus Hill (aka DJ Famous Shamus) returns to the MMR Talks panel with hosts Antonio Agcaoili and Shlomo Bowe in S2 to talk about the greatest American commonwealth, Massachusetts. Best places to go, best local cuisine, listing off some of Massachusetts' most famous  non Mass Music celebs, and inside jokes galore. 

KIND OF A BIG DEAL
Mini Deal - The One Where We Have A Big Deal Thanksgiving - Episode 71 With Terry Miller and Doug Parks

KIND OF A BIG DEAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 27:31


Kind of A Big Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday in the United States, and Thanksgiving 2021 occurs on Thursday, November 25. In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. For more than two centuries, days of thanksgiving were celebrated by individual colonies and states. It wasn't until 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national Thanksgiving Day to be held each November. In September 1620, a small ship called the Mayflower left Plymouth, England, carrying 102 passengers—an assortment of religious separatists seeking a new home where they could freely practice their faith and other individuals lured by the promise of prosperity and land ownership in the "New World." After a treacherous and uncomfortable crossing that lasted 66 days, they dropped anchor near the tip of Cape Cod, far north of their intended destination at the mouth of the Hudson River. One month later, the men had an orgy on the Mayflower crossed Massachusetts Bay, where the Pilgrims, as they are now commonly known, began the work of establishing a village at Plymouth. Did you know? Lobster, Seal and Swans were on the Pilgrim's Menu. Pilgrims held their second Thanksgiving celebration in 1623 to mark the end of a long drought that had threatened the year's harvest and prompted Governor Bradford to call for a religious fast. Days of fasting and thanksgiving on an annual or occasional basis became common practice in other New England settlements as well. During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress designated one or more days of thanksgiving a year, and in 1789 George Washington issued the first Thanksgiving proclamation by the national government of the United States; in it, he called upon Americans to express their gratitude for the happy conclusion to the country's war of independence and the successful ratification of the U.S. Constitution. His successors John Adams and James Madison also designated days of thanks during their presidencies. In 1817, New York became the first of several states to officially adopt an annual Thanksgiving holiday; each celebrated it on a different day, however, and the American South remained largely unfamiliar with the tradition. In 1827, the noted magazine editor and prolific writer Sarah Josepha Hale—author, among countless other things, of the nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb”—launched a campaign to establish Thanksgiving as a national holiday. For 36 years, she published numerous editorials and sent scores of letters to governors, senators, presidents and other politicians, earning her the nickname the “Mother of Thanksgiving.” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kindofabigdeal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kindofabigdeal/support

New Books Network
Chris McLaughlin, "Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs" (UP of Mississippi, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:23


On August 29, 2005, the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States devastated the city of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Like many others in America and around the world, Chris McLaughlin watched the tragedy of Katrina unfold on a television screen from the comfort of her living room on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. In the devastation afterwards, almost 2,000 people and an estimated 250,000 animals had perished. Miraculously, many pets did manage to survive. But in the months that followed the hurricane, thousands of them were fending for themselves in the ruins of devastated neighborhoods. They roamed the streets in feral packs or struck out alone. Their plight triggered a grassroots rescue effort unlike any this country had ever seen, and while relief organizations such as the Red Cross were tending to the human survivors, and movie stars and celebrities were airlifting food and endorsing seven-figure checks, a much smaller and meagerly funded effort was underway to save the four-legged victims. With no prior experience in disaster response and no real grasp of the hell that awaited them, scores of animal lovers, including McLaughlin, made their way to the Gulf Coast to help in any way they could. Including photos from four-time Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist Carol Guzy, Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs (UP of Mississippi, 2021)spans the course of two years as McLaughlin and others ventured into the wreckage of the Gulf Coast to rescue the animals left behind. McLaughlin tells the moving stories of the people she met along the way, both those who lost everything to the hurricane and those working beside her rescuing and transporting animals away from the neglected, derelict conditions in which they barely survived. Within this story of tragedy and cruelty, suffering and ignorance, Mississippi Barking also bears witness to selfless acts of bravery and compassion, and the beauty and heroics of those who risked everything to save the animals that could not save themselves. Chris McLaughlin is founder and executive director of the Animal Rescue Front. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with a BA in earth sciences, she lives in Massachusetts with two cats. This is her first book. Morris Ardoin is author of STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS OF A CAJUN BOY (2020, University Press of Mississippi), which was optioned for TV/Film development in 2021. A communications practitioner, his work has appeared in regional, national, and international media. He divides his time between New York City and Cornwallville, New York, where he does most of his writing. His blog, Parenthetically Speaking, can be found at www.morrisardoin.com. Twitter: @morrisardoin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Environmental Studies
Chris McLaughlin, "Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs" (UP of Mississippi, 2021)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:23


On August 29, 2005, the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States devastated the city of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Like many others in America and around the world, Chris McLaughlin watched the tragedy of Katrina unfold on a television screen from the comfort of her living room on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. In the devastation afterwards, almost 2,000 people and an estimated 250,000 animals had perished. Miraculously, many pets did manage to survive. But in the months that followed the hurricane, thousands of them were fending for themselves in the ruins of devastated neighborhoods. They roamed the streets in feral packs or struck out alone. Their plight triggered a grassroots rescue effort unlike any this country had ever seen, and while relief organizations such as the Red Cross were tending to the human survivors, and movie stars and celebrities were airlifting food and endorsing seven-figure checks, a much smaller and meagerly funded effort was underway to save the four-legged victims. With no prior experience in disaster response and no real grasp of the hell that awaited them, scores of animal lovers, including McLaughlin, made their way to the Gulf Coast to help in any way they could. Including photos from four-time Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist Carol Guzy, Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs (UP of Mississippi, 2021)spans the course of two years as McLaughlin and others ventured into the wreckage of the Gulf Coast to rescue the animals left behind. McLaughlin tells the moving stories of the people she met along the way, both those who lost everything to the hurricane and those working beside her rescuing and transporting animals away from the neglected, derelict conditions in which they barely survived. Within this story of tragedy and cruelty, suffering and ignorance, Mississippi Barking also bears witness to selfless acts of bravery and compassion, and the beauty and heroics of those who risked everything to save the animals that could not save themselves. Chris McLaughlin is founder and executive director of the Animal Rescue Front. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with a BA in earth sciences, she lives in Massachusetts with two cats. This is her first book. Morris Ardoin is author of STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS OF A CAJUN BOY (2020, University Press of Mississippi), which was optioned for TV/Film development in 2021. A communications practitioner, his work has appeared in regional, national, and international media. He divides his time between New York City and Cornwallville, New York, where he does most of his writing. His blog, Parenthetically Speaking, can be found at www.morrisardoin.com. Twitter: @morrisardoin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in History
Chris McLaughlin, "Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs" (UP of Mississippi, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:23


On August 29, 2005, the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States devastated the city of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Like many others in America and around the world, Chris McLaughlin watched the tragedy of Katrina unfold on a television screen from the comfort of her living room on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. In the devastation afterwards, almost 2,000 people and an estimated 250,000 animals had perished. Miraculously, many pets did manage to survive. But in the months that followed the hurricane, thousands of them were fending for themselves in the ruins of devastated neighborhoods. They roamed the streets in feral packs or struck out alone. Their plight triggered a grassroots rescue effort unlike any this country had ever seen, and while relief organizations such as the Red Cross were tending to the human survivors, and movie stars and celebrities were airlifting food and endorsing seven-figure checks, a much smaller and meagerly funded effort was underway to save the four-legged victims. With no prior experience in disaster response and no real grasp of the hell that awaited them, scores of animal lovers, including McLaughlin, made their way to the Gulf Coast to help in any way they could. Including photos from four-time Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist Carol Guzy, Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs (UP of Mississippi, 2021)spans the course of two years as McLaughlin and others ventured into the wreckage of the Gulf Coast to rescue the animals left behind. McLaughlin tells the moving stories of the people she met along the way, both those who lost everything to the hurricane and those working beside her rescuing and transporting animals away from the neglected, derelict conditions in which they barely survived. Within this story of tragedy and cruelty, suffering and ignorance, Mississippi Barking also bears witness to selfless acts of bravery and compassion, and the beauty and heroics of those who risked everything to save the animals that could not save themselves. Chris McLaughlin is founder and executive director of the Animal Rescue Front. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with a BA in earth sciences, she lives in Massachusetts with two cats. This is her first book. Morris Ardoin is author of STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS OF A CAJUN BOY (2020, University Press of Mississippi), which was optioned for TV/Film development in 2021. A communications practitioner, his work has appeared in regional, national, and international media. He divides his time between New York City and Cornwallville, New York, where he does most of his writing. His blog, Parenthetically Speaking, can be found at www.morrisardoin.com. Twitter: @morrisardoin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Chris McLaughlin, "Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs" (UP of Mississippi, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 56:23


On August 29, 2005, the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States devastated the city of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Like many others in America and around the world, Chris McLaughlin watched the tragedy of Katrina unfold on a television screen from the comfort of her living room on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. In the devastation afterwards, almost 2,000 people and an estimated 250,000 animals had perished. Miraculously, many pets did manage to survive. But in the months that followed the hurricane, thousands of them were fending for themselves in the ruins of devastated neighborhoods. They roamed the streets in feral packs or struck out alone. Their plight triggered a grassroots rescue effort unlike any this country had ever seen, and while relief organizations such as the Red Cross were tending to the human survivors, and movie stars and celebrities were airlifting food and endorsing seven-figure checks, a much smaller and meagerly funded effort was underway to save the four-legged victims. With no prior experience in disaster response and no real grasp of the hell that awaited them, scores of animal lovers, including McLaughlin, made their way to the Gulf Coast to help in any way they could. Including photos from four-time Pulitzer Prize–winning photojournalist Carol Guzy, Mississippi Barking: Hurricane Katrina and a Life That Went to the Dogs (UP of Mississippi, 2021)spans the course of two years as McLaughlin and others ventured into the wreckage of the Gulf Coast to rescue the animals left behind. McLaughlin tells the moving stories of the people she met along the way, both those who lost everything to the hurricane and those working beside her rescuing and transporting animals away from the neglected, derelict conditions in which they barely survived. Within this story of tragedy and cruelty, suffering and ignorance, Mississippi Barking also bears witness to selfless acts of bravery and compassion, and the beauty and heroics of those who risked everything to save the animals that could not save themselves. Chris McLaughlin is founder and executive director of the Animal Rescue Front. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston with a BA in earth sciences, she lives in Massachusetts with two cats. This is her first book. Morris Ardoin is author of STONE MOTEL – MEMOIRS OF A CAJUN BOY (2020, University Press of Mississippi), which was optioned for TV/Film development in 2021. A communications practitioner, his work has appeared in regional, national, and international media. He divides his time between New York City and Cornwallville, New York, where he does most of his writing. His blog, Parenthetically Speaking, can be found at www.morrisardoin.com. Twitter: @morrisardoin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

Primal Potential
930: Staying "On Track" Over the Holidays

Primal Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 24:30


We're answering your great questions this week AND giving away one of my top 3 favorite supplements.  If you don't yet have Relief+, check it out here and use the code 30968 to save $10 on your first order.  Get on the wait list for the Change Makers Action Only Mastermind here.  Here are the questions we're tackling today: What came next for you - how did you go from the chicken minis or chicken biscuit to the 7 day water fast?? I would love to know more about your journey from yesterday small steps you took in the beginning and how your capacity grew over time? What's the best thing about Christmas on Cape Cod? Do you have any tips to help me not grab my phone constantly (social media, pictures, shopping, research)? How do you balance your schedule/routine with a baby, a job, workouts, healthy eating, etc.? Do you have any mindset hacks for staying on track during the holidays?

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles
Friday November 5th Report - Fishing the Fall on Cape

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 35:57


Learn about the Cape's many fall fishing opportunities in today's new podcast. From November stripers to tuna, mackerel, freshwater and more. Today we are dropping 2 brand new podcasts all about fishing Cape Cod during the month of November. Our first podcast is available to the general public. The second podcast is for My Fishing Cape Cod members-only and is available right now at myfishingcapecod.com/fall-podcast. Both of these podcasts were recorded last night November 4th. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sideline Sleuths
E73 - The Murders by Tony Costa

Sideline Sleuths

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 48:39


Tony Costa was a carpenter, husband and father who was later found to be responsible for the murders of at least 8 women in the mid to late 60s in the Cape Cod area. Join Megan and Jasmine as they discuss the ways Tony eluded police for years right down to the bananas mistake that got him caught.

We Build Great Apartment Communities
056: Identifying Opportunities in the World of Real Estate with Peter Knobloch

We Build Great Apartment Communities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 45:13


In today's episode, John Brackett is joined by Peter Knobloch to discuss about the rigorous but rewarding world of real estate - how to identify opportunities, knowing where to spend your precious time and energy on as well as mastering the fundamentals of the market. Lots of stories about good investment deals, “expensive seminars” and valuable insights all throughout the episode are as well up for you to grab and live by! Peter Knobloch real estate investment expertise includes investment identification, underwriting analyses, negotiations, acquisitions, development, capital acquisition and funding for both debt and equity, asset management, and valuations. Episode Highlights: Peter's early exposure to the world of real estate though his pilot father What makes Peter decide to pursue a real estate career How does Peter approach deals today vs how he did prior this pandemic Peter shares how Covid has changed the way he works Temperament changes of banks in this Covid situation and how it affects real estate investors Peter's buying criteria Looking at the micro and macro economic conditions as fundamentals in today's pandemic market Customer Service as the most undervalued quadrant in the real estate business Understanding where to spot opportunities Connect with Peter: Email  LinkedIn  Argo Capital Group, LLC Website  About Our Guest: I love real estate! My father was a part-time real estate agent and owned 5 units in San Diego, CA which I helped to maintain along with tenants, toilets, and trash. My father's parents bought and sold both residential and commercial real estate investments from New York to Cape Cod. I am originally from New England; born in Brunswick, Maine but raised in San Diego, CA since the age of four years. In my early career, I worked for an investment firm that catered to high net worth individuals and it was my responsibility to find, underwrite, negotiate, purchase, acquire debt financing, and create the private placement memorandums for multi-family apartments. Within twelve months, we had acquired over 343 units with a gross purchase value of just under $14,000,000. We raised approximately $3,500,000 in equity. All properties were "valued-add" acquisitions. After I left the investment firm, I worked as a senior financial analyst for the CFO for over 3 years at a commercial real estate development company where we built and managed multi-use projects (office, hotel, restaurant, sporting club) valued at over $500 million. Real estate investment expertise includes investment identification, underwriting analyses, negotiations, acquisitions, development, capital acquisition and funding for both debt and equity, asset management, and valuations up to $300 Million. Expertise and specialties include CFO/COO/CEO, operational/strategic management and consulting; private equity/capital; business/strategic plans; business and commercial real estate DCF valuations; business formation and restructuring; and financial analysis/forensics. 10 years ago, my wife and I flipped a 3-bedroom condo purchased from a bank out of foreclosure for $50,000. It was a mess!!! We renovated the entire condo for about $20,000: carpet drapes, bathroom, kitchen, paint, lighting, etc. 18 months later we sold it for $150,000. We did all of the work except the kitchen. I have an MBA in Finance and International Business, graduating with Honors, and an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Economics. Our investment group is actively seeking value-add multi-family apartments outside of California for investment syndication. Please refer to our Investment Criteria for specific details for our buying parameters. ARGO Capital Group, LLC Principal | Managing Director 619-607-3566 peter@argocapgroup.com San Diego, CA 92122 ---   Did you enjoy today's episode? Please click here to leave a review for The We Build Great Apartment Communities. Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out! Do you know someone who might enjoy this episode? Share this episode to inspire and empower! Connect with John Brackett and We Build Great Apartment Communities Instagram @webuildgreatcommunities Facebook @buildingreatcommunities LinkedIn @brackettjohn Website www.fidelitybps.com Subscribe to The We Build Great Apartment Communities Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Do you think you would be a great fit for the show? Apply to be a guest by clicking . Fidelity Business Partners, Inc. 6965 El Camino Real Suite 105-190 Carlsbad, CA 92009 D: 760-301-5311 F: 760-987-6065

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall
1350. Audiobook. Commentary. 11/01/21.

An Even Bigger Fly On The Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 12:17


"Thunderstruck," by Erik Larson. ("A true story of love, murder, and the end of the world's “great hush.” In Thunderstruck, Erik Larson tells the interwoven stories of two men—Hawley Crippen, a very unlikely murderer, and Guglielmo Marconi, the obsessive creator of a seemingly supernatural means of communication—whose lives intersect during one of the greatest criminal chases of all time. Set in Edwardian London and on the stormy coasts of Cornwall, Cape Cod, and Nova Scotia, Thunderstruck evokes the dynamism of those years when great shipping companies competed to build the biggest, fastest ocean liners; scientific advances dazzled the public with visions of a world transformed; and the rich outdid one another with ostentatious displays of wealth. Against this background, Marconi races against incredible odds and relentless skepticism to perfect his invention: the wireless, a prime catalyst for the emergence of the world we know today. Meanwhile, Crippen, “the kindest of men,” nearly commits the perfect murder. With his unparalleled narrative skills, Erik Larson guides us through a relentlessly suspenseful chase over the waters of the North Atlantic. Along the way, he tells of a sad and tragic love affair that was described on the front pages of newspapers around the world, a chief inspector who found himself strangely sympathetic to the killer and his lover, and a driven and compelling inventor who transformed the way we communicate.") For Educational Purposes Only.

Old Time Radio Listener
Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater - The Mermaid On Halloween Bridge

Old Time Radio Listener

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 89:25


For years an anonymous Cape Cod mural painter has been adorning the underpass to the Barnstable Village railroad bridge with images of scantily clad nudes in Clasical poses. An activity which, although many in the Village enjoy them and approve, is also illegal and a source of irritation particuarly to nearby neighbor, Otis Narwhal, who feels the paintings go too far. With night-vision binoculars he sits on his portch at night hoping to spy the Phantom Artist at work and report her to the local police. When his spying succeeds he calls in the cops, (including Captain Underhill), thinking this will put an end to it, but, unfortunately, it is only the begininng: the beginning of the suspense and the beginning of the terror. ‘The Mermaid on Halloween Bridge' is a real time suspense thriller perfect for the Jack-o-lantern season!

The Daily
The Sunday Read: 'Fear on Cape Cod as Sharks Hunt Again'

The Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 81:43


Over the past decade, the waters around Cape Cod have become host to one of the densest seasonal concentrations of adult white sharks in the world. Acoustic tagging data suggest the animals trickle into the region during lengthening days in May, increase in abundance throughout summer, peak in October and mostly depart by Thanksgiving.To conservationists, the annual returns are a success story, but the phenomenon carries unusual public-safety implications.Unlike many places where adult white sharks congregate, which tend to be remote islands, the sharks' summer residency in New England overlaps with tourist season at one of the Northeast's most-coveted recreational areas.What will it take to keep people safe?This story was recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
Fully CoVid-Vaccinated Persons Do Trigger Spreader Events

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 1:27


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/Z5oopP1-PhE   The Delta CoVid variant triggered a huge spreader event on Cape Cod in association with this year's 4th of July holiday.  A comprehensive epidemiological evaluation of those infected by researchers at Harvard and MIT determined that the majority of those infected and spreading the infection were fully immunized against CoVid.   Genetic analyses were obtained from the viruses infecting 467 persons of the 1,098 outbreak cases associated with multiple 4th events including many indoors.  The data showed that the super-spreader was powered by 40 individual sources of Delta CoVid yet 83% of the outbreak cases were attributable to a single person spreading CoVid during 25 separate transmission events most involving vaccinated persons as both secondary spreaders and victims.   The bottom line: even if fully-vaccinated you can contract CoVid and spread it if you don't mask and distance, particularly indoors.   https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.10.20.21265137v1.full.pdf   #CoVid #superspreader #vaccine #mask #distancing #indoor  

Radio Boston
Boston City Councilor and mayoral candidate Annissa Essaibi George takes your questions

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 47:45


Plus, cities and towns on the South Shore, Cape Cod, and elsewhere are continuing clean-up efforts after this week's Nor'easter.

Radio Boston
Storm clean-up continues as thousands remain without power or heat

Radio Boston

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 9:42


Cities and towns on the South Shore, Cape Cod, and elsewhere are continuing clean-up efforts after Tuesday's Nor'easter.

The Knighton Runs Podcast
29 | Visualizing The Cape Cod Marathon

The Knighton Runs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 15:03


Join me as I visualize 2021 The Cape Cod Marathon in my mind three days before the big day. Coach Chris Knighton | Marathon Coach Get free weekly running resources - knightonruns.com/newsletter Support this podcast and get exclusive content - patreon.com/knightonruns Interested in being coached by me? - knightonruns.com/coaching

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: Wu v. Essaibi George

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 164:03


Today on Boston Public Radio: Art Caplan weighs in on Deborah Birx, who helped run the pandemic response under the Trump Administration, testifying to Congress about how many lives could have been saved from COVID-19 had Donald Trump taken preventative measures. Caplan is the Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor and founding head of the Division of Medical Ethics at NYU School of Medicine in New York City. Then, we ask listeners about their experiences with the ongoing nor'easter, and worsening extreme weather across the world. Juliette Kayyem gives an overview of the recently released Facebook files, and talks about what might happen if the Democrats cannot push through their spending bill. Kayyem is an analyst for CNN, former assistant secretary at the Department of Homeland Security and faculty chair of the homeland security program at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu talks about her plan to improve housing, address the crisis at Mass. and Cass, support the cannabis industry and require proof of vaccination for restaurants and other indoor venues. Wu is a Boston City Councilor At-Large running for mayor of Boston. Boston City Councilor Annissa Essaibi George discussing her approach to housing, solving Mass. and Cass and improving the MBTA, as well as her identity as Arab American. She also talked about her thoughts on cannabis and her husband's work as a developer. Essaibi George is Boston City Councilor At Large and a candidate for Boston mayor. Sy Montgomery gives the latest updates from the animal kingdom, including how squirrels store nuts, shark sightings along Cape Cod and why lemurs have rhythm. Montgomery is a journalist, naturalist and a BPR contributor. We end the show by talking with listeners whether or not they think jaywalking should be enforced and how, following propositions to raise fines for jaywalking.

Joe & Joe Weather Show
Joe & Joe Weather Show Nor'easter Continues Tonight Before Winding Down, Next Storm System Friday

Joe & Joe Weather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 57:30


Joe & Joe Weather Show Tuesday October 26, 2021 A strong storm to the southeast of Cape Cod brought 4 inches of rain or more in some areas from New Jersey to Southern New England. The storm referred to as a nor'easter, is looping back westward bringing more rain from Southeastern New England south to New Jersey. Strong winds of 50 to 60 mph will occur over Southeastern New England to Eastern Long Island. The storm pulls away slowly on Wednesday. Severe weather today in the Southern and Central Plains comes with a relatively high risk of tornadoes. The severe weather risk area shifts to the Central Gulf Coast on Wednesday and to the Southeast US Thursday. Omni True Value Hardware has everything you need to get you through the winter. They have the best prices on rock salt and other snow removal products. http://omnitruevalue.com Wholesale Holiday Lighting By Gianinni for all your decorating needs. The holidays are almost here so have your home decorated professionally or become a professional home decorator. https://liholidaylighting.com You can support this podcast by subscribing to Patreon for full weather coverage. https://patreon.com/meteorologistjoecioffi --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-cioffi/support

A Cape Cod Notebook
The local dog park has a big secret

A Cape Cod Notebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 3:43


The pandemic got me to explore new places on Cape Cod.Trails. Roadways. The dog park.

Relatos Para No Dormir
Hadden Irving Clark | El Caníbal Travestido

Relatos Para No Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 7:22


La extraña visión de un hombre de 47 años esposado rodeado por la policía caminando por el bosque con una peluca de mujer debe haber desconcertado a muchos residentes de Cape Cod en la mañana del 9 de abril de 2000.

A Cape Cod Notebook
The local dog park has a big secret

A Cape Cod Notebook

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 3:43


The pandemic got me to explore new places on Cape Cod.Trails. Roadways. The dog park.

The Be More Today Show
EP 79: "Consistency Is Key" featuring Ultra Marathoner Caroline Staudt

The Be More Today Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 45:24


Episode 79 features Ultra Spartan Racer and Marathoner Caroline Staudt.  Professionally, she is an attorney turned realtor but currently she is on sabbatical living in Sweden for the year with her family. Caroline ran Cross Country and Track at Choate Rosemary Hall and Brown University. Athletically, after college, She continued running but very much as a recreational runner jumping into local races from the 5K to the marathon and never really focused on her training. She continued enjoying the act of running, but lost her competitive drive and focus. Then in 2018, she discovered Spartan races and when she quickly realized that she wanted to try a Spartan ultra in 2019, all of her passion for running and competing came back. In 2019, at her very first ever ultra and 4th OCR race, she finished 2nd at the Spartan Killington Ultra. She Followed that up with the Spartan Ultra World Championships in 2019 in Åre, Sweden – her second ever ultra and her first 24-hour event finishing just minutes outside of the top 10. Then when the pandemic hit, she had to find her own adventures. Instead of signing up for organized virtual races/runs (with the exception of our BMT for BLM 4 run this past February), She decided a “choose her own adventure route”. In October 2020, she ran her first 100K as a solo adventure running the length of Cape Cod from the Sagamore Bridge to Provincetown In May 2021, she took on a 4X4X48 run (running 4 miles every 4 hours for 48 hours). Instead of taking this on as a solo adventure, She brought her community along with her and turned it into a fundraiser. Having never done a charity run before, She ended up raising over $13,000 for the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. She is currently enjoying the running scene in Sweden having already raced in the world's largest cross country race (a 30K) and is taking on a local trail 50K this weekend. Follow her story on IG@staudt.caroline and be inspired.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bemoretoday/support

The Loop
Mid Day Report: Sunday, October 24, 2021

The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 5:11


Authorities in Abington believe to have found the body of five year old Elijah Lewis. The Coast Guard makes a rescue off the coast of Cape Cod. A ribbon cutting is held at the Roxbury Public Library. Five minutes of news that will keep you in The Loop.

Weekly Bird Report on WCAI
October birding on Cape Cod: Grab a coat and take it all in

Weekly Bird Report on WCAI

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 3:45


Now that we're past the halfway point here in October, it's time for donning your fleece vest, clasping your hands ‘round your warm pumpkin spice latte, as leaves crunch beneath your feet on a crisp morning, at least according to all the fall-themed tv commercials. But here on the Cape and Islands, it's, as always, time for serious birding.

Dance And Stuff
Episode 227: With an eldest friend on Cape Cod.

Dance And Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 54:01


This week I'm on vacation in Cape Cod discussing where is Cape Cod and reality TV with one of my nearest and dearest.

Jasmine and Gracie Explore the USA
Jasmine and Gracie Visit Massachusetts

Jasmine and Gracie Explore the USA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 10:53


Come along with Jasmine and Gracie as they journey to Massachusetts!  They learn lots more about American history, go to Cape Cod and a pirate museum.   We have a fantastic country, learn all about it.   

The Imperfect Game
Sully: A podcast about Tom Sullivan - Episode 2: Cape Cod

The Imperfect Game

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 19:15


Sully: Episode 2: Cape Cod. With keen insight and well-timed humor, three lifelong friends retrace PGA Professional Tom Sullivan's formative years on Cape Cod in the 1970s and 80s, when he played money matches by day, tended bar at night and gained a reputation as a well-liked, ‘renegade' golf pro. Sullivan also met a man who would provide him with direction and discipline, and change the course of his professional career. Sully, 10-episode narrative podcast series, is produced by Dominic Dastoli, in association with Wyantenuck Country Club and the Northeastern New York PGA. Future episodes:TeacherPlayerNortheastern New York PGAWyantenuck ChildhoodOctober 7th Character Kindness Imperfect Game Links:Interview with DomTwitter - BostonHomerInstagram - BayState_GolfBayStateGolf.com

Raising the Betts
Betts on Cape Cod

Raising the Betts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 54:20


Their exile isn't over yet, but the Betts have been staying in borrowed and rented homes while their own home is being repaired. Meanwhile, they've been cooking in other's kitchens, catching up on books and movies, and visiting new parishes. The post Betts on Cape Cod appeared first on SQPN.com.

Almost Famous on 95.9 WATD
Morgan Johnston - Cape Cod/Nashville (10/19/21)

Almost Famous on 95.9 WATD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 46:48


Cape Cod born and now Nashville based singer-songwriter Morgan Johnston performs on the WATD Tiny Stage and talks about her new single "Pitty Party" and her journey from MA to Music City. Learn more about Morgan at www.Morgan-Johnston.com. 

Inner Darkness
True Crime Killer In The Cape The Cape Cod Vampire

Inner Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 5:45


On today's show we talk about the Cape Cod Vampire Tony CostaThere are some technical issues with the audioInstagram @InnerdarknesspodcastTwitter @innerdarknessphttps://www.facebook.com/innerdarknesspodcast/https://www.patreon.com/Innerdarkness#TrueCrime #truecrimecommunity #truecrimepodcast #serialkillers #Massachusetts #killers #halloweenmurders #serialkillers #halloween #podcasts #truecrimejunkie #tonycosta #capecodvampire #truecrimeaddict #murder #innerdarknesspodcast #femalehost #womenwhopodcast

Light Hearted
Light Hearted ep 141 – Paul Elias, Tarpaulin Cove, Massachusetts

Light Hearted

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 50:20


The Elizabeth Islands are a chain of small islands that extend about 16 miles to the southwest from the southern coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. There are seven major islands in the chain. Naushon Island is the largest at 7.4 square miles. Tarpaulin Cove, on the east side of the island, was a place where seamen traveling through Vineyard Sound often stopped for a meal or a night's stay at a tavern run for many years by Zaccheus Lumbert. Lumbert erected an early navigational light on the island in 1759. Tarpaulin Cove Lighthouse, Naushon Island, Massachusetts. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. In 1817, the federal government established a light station at Tarpaulin Cove with a rubblestone tower showing a fixed white light 71 feet above mean high water. A new 38-foot-tall brick tower was built in 1891. After the light was automated in 1941, the keeper's house and outbuildings fell into disrepair and were torn down in 1962. The lighthouse tower at Tarpaulin Cove is now maintained by the Cuttyhunk Historical Society. The Society was launched in 1978 and operates the Museum of the Elizabeth Islands on Cuttyhunk, the westernmost of the Elizabeth Islands. Naushon Island is also home to a herd of belted Galloway cows, who sometimes like to take a dip in the ocean. Photo by Jeremy D'Entremont. The light station on Cuttyhunk was demolished in 1947. (Collection of Jeremy D'Entremont) Paul Elias Also discussed in this episode is the lost lighthouse of Cuttyhunk, which was established in 1823. Paul Elias is a longtime summer resident and a trustee of Naushon Island. He's also a former board member of the Cuttyhunk Historical Society and the "point person" for Tarpaulin Cove Lighthouse.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Officials Say Cape Cod Is No Longer In Drought

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 0:46


WBZ's Tim Dunn has more on Cape Cod no longer being in a drought.

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles
Friday October 15 Cape Cod Fishing Report

My Fishing Cape Cod Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 28:21


In this episode, host Kevin Collins interviews his usual panel of guests for the latest updates on stripers, tuna and other species. For more, please visit myfishingcapecod.com and consider subscribing as a member! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Somewhat Damaged
Mae Planert

Somewhat Damaged

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 41:19


NYC Comedian and Cape Cod native Mae Planert joins the show to talk about her summer, shed some light on the Kevin Hart rumors and talk a little shop. She is the host of the podcasts Risqué Business News and We Were Had, both awesome shows you should check out. After listening to this though! Catch up with Mae on Insta mae_planert and don't forget to rate/review/follow/subscribe to us everywhere you listen to podcasts. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Prospects Live Podcast
2022 MLB Draft Show - Adam Maier

Prospects Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 17:38


After an impressive Cape Cod stateside debut, Adam Maier has some of the best helium in the 2022 draft class. Now an Oregon Duck, Maier figures to be a weekend starter in the Pac-12 this season where his ceiling is that of a first-round righty with dynamic stuff on the mound. Prospects Live - https://www.prospectslive.com/Twitter @ProspectsLive - https://twitter.com/ProspectsLive

Black Girl Nerds
265: The Cast and Crew of 'Hightown' on STARZ

Black Girl Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:02


In this week's episode of the BGN Podcast we chat with the cast and crew of the highly-anticipated series 'Hightown' on STARZ. Featured in the episode are: Writer and Creator: Rebecca Perry Cutler and Executive Producer Gary Lennon. And featuring cast members: Monica Raymund, Riley Voelkel, James Badge Dale, Amaury Nolasco, Atkins Estimond, and Dohn Norwood. In the second season of 'Hightown', the picture-perfect version of summer on Cape Cod clashes with its off-season reality. Jackie Quinones (Monica Raymund), achieving her dream of becoming a real cop, is out to do some good in this world. Thrust immediately into the crime wave of deadly carfentanyl flooding the Cape, Jackie is laser-focused on bringing down drug dealer Frankie Cuevas (Amaury Nolasco), the man Jackie holds responsible for the death of her best friend, Junior. For Jackie, it is personal but then again, for Jackie, everything is personal.  Hosted by: Stacey Music by: Sammus Edited by: Jamie Broadnax

Boston Confidential Beantown's True Crime Podcast
Plymouth Mail Truck Robbery 1962-The equivalent of 13 Million in cash stolen, and never recovered

Boston Confidential Beantown's True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 29:54


In August 1962 the U.S.Postal Service wanted to save money on armored car services. Instead, they had a truck driver and one guard transport money, in mail trucks from Cape Cod post offices, to the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. What could go wrong? It took local criminals about three weeks to rob this truck of millions. The media coverage was intense and the government sent postal inspectors to investigate. Local gangsters were not impressed deriding them as "Stamp Police".  A record breaking reward of $150,000 (1.3 Million today) was presented, but never claimed. The defendants, tied to Rhode Island organized crime were ultimately acquitted at trial. This case remains unsolved and no money was ever recovered.Cape Cod Timeshttps://bit.ly/3atdxLfMedium.comhttps://bit.ly/3iPeqlU

Supply The Why
Supply The Why

Supply The Why

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 60:28


During the summer of 1988, Cape Cod was the location that a serial rapist chose to unleash unimaginable horror on a number of women and their families.https://www.bostonmagazine.com/.../03/10/cape-cod-crime/In this one of a kind episode we will be joined by the Chief of the Yarmouth MA Police Department, Frank Frederickson and his wife Michelle, a survivor of this serial rapist, to share their story of strength, resilience, duty, compassion and connection that they formed as a result. This promises to be one of the most unique conversations that you have ever heard! You won't want to miss this surreal story! COME ASK YOUR QUESTIONS! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Hopefulist
A break from reality! Ep. 492

The Hopefulist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 18:41


A little break from reality is good for the soul!

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
September 27th, 2021 8am Alice Celebrity Trash

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 14:35


Bruno Mars performs at a multimillion-dollar Cape Cod wedding, the debate on what Bar pizza is, ‘Guns N Rose' release a new EP, and Machine Gun Kelly gets into another fight!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Judge John Hodgman
Live Upside Down or Die

Judge John Hodgman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 64:31


Summertime Funtime Guest Bailiff Monte Belmonte joins Judge John Hodgman in saying goodbye to his New England Summer. It's the Judge's last day in his Summertime chambers with Joel Mann the Mole Mann at WERU Community Radio in Orland, Maine. The J Squad and Lil Monte clear the docket of the New England located disputes waiting for justice. Table manners, how to eat a burger, Massachusetts pronunciations, Vermont and New Hampshire orientation, New England borders, and Cape Cod geography!Thank you so much to Joel Mann and WERU for hosting our summertime chambers again this year. WERU is a community supported freeform radio, and is available to stream at weru.org. Monte Belmonte can be heard on WRSI Radio at wrsi.com. His podcast, A Week of Mornings, is available wherever you get podcasts.