Jensen Lewis filled in for Bobby today. We talked about the Bengals with Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer...previewed Ohio State basketball's game at Duke with Adam Jardy of the Dispatch...and discussed Deshaun Watson's return to the Browns with Beau Bishop.
Thom begins the show recapping the World Series and Wednesday night's no-hitter. Thom, Casey, and Paul make their betting picks for this weekend's CFB and NFL games. Writer of "The Morning Line" and former Cincinnati Enquirer columnist Paul Daugherty joins the show. Tracy Jones joins OTB for his usual Thursday segment.
NBC Sports NFL Insider Peter King tells Dave Lapham why everyone around the NFL is envious of the Cincinnati Bengals having star quarterback Joe Burrow. In his first visit to In The Trenches with Dave Lapham, presented by First Star Logistics, King talks about what Burrow brings to the franchise he covered when he wrote for The Cincinnati Enquirer (1980-1985). The longtime friends talk about Monday night's debacle against the Cleveland Browns, the loss of Ja'Marr Chase, and now Chidobe Awuzie. Did Mike Brown entertain the chance to trade the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft that the Bengals used to select Burrow? And a look around the National Football League.
Chris Pugh gives his views on the current state of the news industry and praised the Cincinnati Enquirer for doing things right with a new subscription model. How you can connect with us Subscribe to the podcast Ways you can support the show Check out our latest podcasts Connect with Chris Pugh on social media Ways you can save money Check out our latest contests --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theohioan/message
Episode #162 previews the Union/FCC playoff game with Pat Brennan of The Cincinnati Enquirer and Delco. - Delco talk - writing at the Springfield Mall food court - Union / Cincy preview - keys to the game - homefield advantage and playoff/CCL experience - Jim Curtin, Pat Noonan, Chris Albright all good dudes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Grayson, The Chief, and Kevin can't stop talking this episode about the playoffs, a winning FC Cincinnati team, the New York Red Bull match, and what a season it was. Joining the pod in part 2 is the Cincinnati Enquirer's Pat Brennan on what it's like to finally cover a good MLS team and he drops a scorching hot take. Finally we wrap it up with some good ol fashioned predictions (spoiler: we're winning the whole f'ing thing) Timestamps: (1:13) - DC Reactions (11:35) - Season Reactions (50:29) - Pat Brennan Interview (1:35:43) - Playoff Predictions
Judd Cribbs was a writer, reporter and editor for 25 years before becoming a teacher. He's worked as a digital teletext news writer and editor at WKRC-TV in Cincinnati from 1985 to 1993. After a brief time as a freelance reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer, he was an on-air television news reporter for WFTX-TV and WLWT-TV, also in Cincinnati, until 1998. Cribbs won a regional Emmy award in 1994 at WLWT. He moved to Florida in 1998 to work as a feature reporter for WINK-TV, becoming the managing editor there in 2008. He taught TV Production at Cape Coral High School in 2011-2012 before starting at FGCU in 2012, where he is currently an assistant professor in the Journalism Program. We sat down with Judd on September 9th…19 days before Hurricane Ian made landfall about 35 miles from our studio in south Fort Myers.
On today's episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur, we are so excited to speak with Chief Storyteller and President at Word Write, Paul Furiga! Author of Finding Your Capital S Story, he gives an overview of his work. Paul shares how he started in journalism, then worked in the public relations agency industry, and then created Word Write a few years later and now focuses on Story, or the Capital S. He shares that the Capital S Story answers these fundamental questions: 1) Why would somebody buy from you 2) Work for you 3) Invest in you 4) Partner with you. He shares what he calls Capital S because it stands before everything else as a business leader. Paul discusses how we are all wired for narrative, in his book he explains the biology, sociology, and psychology of stories. Don't forget to listen to our next episode, where we recap all the great insights that Paul Furiga offered! Key Points from the Episode: Your Capital S Story Storytelling as the most portable means of communication How the brain works in communication and success in business About Paul Furiga: Paul Furiga is president and chief storyteller of WordWrite. Since its founding in 2002, WordWrite has grown into one of the Pittsburgh region's largest independent public relations agencies. A perennial top-ranked firm in the annual O'Dwyer's national rankings, WordWrite posted the fourth-greatest growth among 123 ranked agencies in 2017. In 2019, the Pittsburgh Business Times named WordWrite one of the region's 50 fastest growing companies. WordWrite has become the region's go-to crisis agency. In any given year, the firm handles 12 major crises, two that make the news and 10 that do not. Recent engagements have included major bridge fires, mold deaths in hospitals and rare book thefts. In 2013, Paul was honored by the Pittsburgh chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) with The Renaissance Hall of Fame Award. The chapter's highest honor is presented to a veteran public relations professional who has made a substantial impact in the Pittsburgh region. WordWrite has received numerous awards for its work, from PRSA, IABC and other professional organizations. Its work has also appeared in PR News books as case studies of excellence. Paul's passion for storytelling inspired him to form WordWrite and to write a book on the importance of storytelling in business, Finding Your Capital S Story, available on Amazon. An organization's Capital S Story is the story above all others that explains why someone would work for the organization, buy from it, partner with it or invest in it. The book builds on WordWrite's trademarked storytelling process, StoryCrafting®. Before founding WordWrite, Paul was a vice president at Ketchum Public Relations, where he served clients including Alcoa, Bridgestone/Firestone and Rutgers University. Previously, Paul spent two decades as a journalist. He edited the Pittsburgh Business Times from 1994 to 1998. Paul was an editor and correspondent for the Thomson Washington, D.C. bureau from 1988-1993, where he covered Congress, the White House and four presidential nominating conventions. He also was senior editor of OhioWeek and a reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer. As a Congressional Fellow of the American Political Science Association in 1986-87, Paul was an aide to U.S. Sen. Paul Simon of Illinois and later, issues director for Simon's 1988 presidential run, leading a staff handling speechwriting, debate preparation and opposition research. Paul graduated from Miami University in Ohio in 1980 with a degree in mass communication. He is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) through IABC and is active in the community, serving as vice chair of the River City Brass, and on the board of The Rivers Club. He has also served on boards for the Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival, the IABC Pittsburgh Chapter and the Japan-America Society of Pennsylvania. Tweetable Moments From this Episode: ...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ci_-mYyUd4 Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: Welcome back to another season of the Weekly Space Hangout! In our season's premiere, we are excited to welcome back to the show our good friend Dean Regas from the Cincinnati Observatory! Dean has just released his new book "How to Teach Grown-Ups about Pluto" which is a light-hearted guide to Pluto's discovery and demotion that puts KIDS in charge! You can view the trailer for the book on YouTube ( https://youtu.be/p3_l5ZWjpwg ) and learn more about it — including how to get your own copy — here https://books.britannica.com/bookshop... . Dean is a renowned educator, author, national popularizer of astronomy and an expert in observational astronomy. He has been the Astronomer for the Cincinnati Observatory since 2000. From 2010-2019 Dean was the co-host of the PBS program Star Gazers. He is the author of five books including "Facts From Space!" and "100 Things to See in the Night Sky". Dean is a Contributing Editor to Sky and Telescope Magazine and a contributor to Astronomy Magazine, where he won 2008 “Out-of-this-World” Award for astronomy education. Dean has written over 160 astronomy articles for the Cincinnati Enquirer, blogged for the Huffington Post and is regularly featured on television and radio. Dean is a frequent guest on National Public Radio's Science Friday with Ira Flatow and NPR's Here & Now. He also hosts an astronomy podcast called "Looking Up!" Dean has developed his skills as a dynamic writer and public speaker who brings the complicated field of astronomy down to Earth for students of all ages. Regular Guests: Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( http://www.morganrehnberg.com/ & @MorganRehnberg ) Dr. Nick Castle ( @PlanetaryGeoDoc / https://wanderingsci.com/ ) C.C. Petersen ( http://thespacewriter.com/wp/ & @AstroUniverse & @SpaceWriter ) This week's stories: - Has SLS launched? No. - Perseverance producing oxygen on Mars. - How science fiction inspired astronomers. We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Bill Koch knows Cincinnati sports as well as any journalist after covering his hometown for more than 40 years. He goes deep into his story vault about Hall of Fame coach Bob Huggins, the subject of Bill's new book. Hear about the time they played each other in basketball, what Huggins was like to cover as a daily beat reporter, and why players have such strong allegiance to their former coach. Oh, and Bill tells the classic DMFHF story. He recalls chronicling University of Cincinnati moments such as the 1992 Final Four, Kenyon Martin's broken leg, and the No Handshake Game against Xavier. Bill also recounts being outside the courthouse in Los Angeles when the O.J. Simpson verdict came down, talking hair (or lack of) with Andre Agassi, and interviewing the reclusive Sandy Koufax one-on-one. Hear about a good screaming match between writers on the night that Pete Rose set baseball's record for career hits. Scribe battles are the best. And there's the time Marty Brennaman had a question for Bill the young reporter. Koch is the author of five books, the latest out now: “Huggs: Former Players Talk About What it was Like to Play for Hall of Fame Coach Bob Huggins.” Bill covered five Final Fours, two World Series, five baseball All-Star Games, a Super Bowl and the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. He worked at the Cincinnati Post from 1978 to 2001 and served as sports columnist for nearly his last five years there. Bill worked for the Cincinnati Enquirer from 2002 until Dec. 26, 2014, and then wrote for the University of Cincinnati's sports website for five years until retiring in 2019. His journalism career began in 1976 with stops at the Chillicothe Gazette and at Cincinnati's Community Press before spending three-plus decades – including 23 years as UC beat reporter on football and basketball – at the Queen City's two main newspapers. You can follow Bill on Twitter: @bkoch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We recapped the Monday Night game between the Seahawks and Broncos and gave our thoughts on the first weekend of the NFL season. Guests included Anthony Schlegel, Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer and Beau Bishop of Bishop and Friends.
Welcome back to another season of the Weekly Space Hangout! In our season's premiere, we are excited to welcome back to the show our good friend Dean Regas from the Cincinnati Observatory! Dean has just released his new book "How to Teach Grown-Ups about Pluto" which is a light-hearted guide to Pluto's discovery and demotion that puts KIDS in charge! You can view the trailer for the book on YouTube and learn more about it - including how to get your own copy - here. Dean is a renowned educator, author, national popularizer of astronomy and an expert in observational astronomy. He has been the Astronomer for the Cincinnati Observatory since 2000. From 2010-2019 Dean was the co-host of the PBS program Star Gazers. He is the author of five books including "Facts From Space!" and "100 Things to See in the Night Sky". Dean is a Contributing Editor to Sky and Telescope Magazine and a contributor to Astronomy Magazine, where he won 2008 “Out-of-this-World” Award for astronomy education. Dean has written over 160 astronomy articles for the Cincinnati Enquirer, blogged for the Huffington Post and is regularly featured on television and radio. Dean is a frequent guest on National Public Radio's Science Friday with Ira Flatow and NPR's Here & Now. He also hosts an astronomy podcast called "Looking Up!" Dean has developed his skills as a dynamic writer and public speaker who brings the complicated field of astronomy down to Earth for students of all ages. Be sure to stay up to date with Dean by visiting his website and by following him on Facebook and on Twitter. **************************************** The Weekly Space Hangout is a production of CosmoQuest. Want to support CosmoQuest? Here are some specific ways you can help: Subscribe FREE to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/cosmoquest Subscribe to our podcasts Astronomy Cast and Daily Space where ever you get your podcasts! Watch our streams over on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/cosmoquestx – follow and subscribe! Become a Patreon of CosmoQuest https://www.patreon.com/cosmoquestx Become a Patreon of Astronomy Cast https://www.patreon.com/astronomycast Buy stuff from our Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/cosmoquestx Join our Discord server for CosmoQuest - https://discord.gg/X8rw4vv Join the Weekly Space Hangout Crew! - http://www.wshcrew.space/ Don't forget to like and subscribe! Plus we love being shared out to new people, so tweet, comment, review us... all the free things you can do to help bring science into people's lives.
It's a new season! Ty Polk and Brandon Walker talk to Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the Cincinnati Bengals ahead of this Sunday's opener with the Pittsburgh Steelers. They talk about the Bengals new-look offensive line, how they will protect Joe Burrow and open holes for Joe Mixon and the expectations for them against the Steelers. They also talk about the Bengals pass rush and how that could create problems for Mitch Trubisky and company. Ty and Brandon give their predicitons for the game and the season.
The Cincinnati Enquirer's Keith Jenkins joined J.T. to talk Bearcats football ahead of the 2022 season. With No. 19/23 Arkansas coming up 9/3 you want to check this one out. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jesse-smith51/support
For the inaugural outing of this new endeavor, I start off in my comfort zone speaking with one of my longest, closest friends I've already spent hours and hours speaking on a mic with on previous podcast projects (Bellwether and Still Trying) to warm things up. Leyla's dedication to her writing over the years has landed her published works in some of our regions top publications such as Cincinnati Magazine, the Cincinnati Enquirer, and CityBeat. We discuss how she goes from idea to byline and much more.Want to come on the podcast? Have a friend I should talk to? Want to just say what's up?Get in touch!Support the show: Venmo or CashApp
Covering the Bengals and Reds for The Cincinnati Enquirer, Charlie Goldsmith joins Game Play to preview the upcoming NFL season from a Cincinnati Bengals perspective. He touches on how the roster was constructed, what Ja'Marr Chase brings, expectations for Joe Burrow, the improvement of Cincinnati's offensive line, storylines from training camp and more.
In the second hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Matt Pauley shares news from today's SEC Media Day. Matt also begins a recurring segment this week, ‘The State of the NL Central,' beginning with the Cincinnati Reds. To enlighten us on the recent woes of the Redlegs, Matt is joined by Bobby Nightengale, Jr of the Cincinnati Enquirer to talk this year's struggles and what the future of the team looks like. Matt is also joined by St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Benjamin Hochman to discuss what kind of moves the Cardinals will need to make in order to go all the way.
Dale Evans is probably best known as the Queen of the West, the wife and co-star of the King of Cowboys, Roy Rogers. But before she ever met Roy, Dale had a successful career in singing, songwriting, and acting, and she had plans to be an even bigger star in musicals, which to Dale, meant not Westerns. This week we do a deep dive into the life of Dale Evans and how she became a cowgirl, with historian Dr. Theresa Kaminski, author of the new book, Queen of the West: The Life and Times of Dale Evans. Our theme song is Frogs Legs Rag, composed by James Scott and performed by Kevin MacLeod, licensed under Creative Commons. The episode image is a photograph of Dale Evans taken by Harry Warnecke in 1947. It is in the public domain and available via the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. The musical interludes are “Don't Ever Fall in Love with a Cowboy,” written and performed by Dale Evans in 1949; and “Cowgirl Polka,” written and performed by Dale Evans in 1950. The audio for both is in the public domain and available via the Internet Archive. Additional Sources: “Dale Evans (1912–2001),” by Nancy Hendricks, Encyclopedia of Arkansas, February 6, 2018. “Dale Evans, the Queen of the West, Is Dead at 88,” by James Barron, The New York TImes, February 8, 2001 “Roy Rogers + Dale Evans: A Love Story Made in the West,” by Courtney Fox, Wide Open Country, May 30, 2022 “Dale Evans,” RoyRogers.com “The story of Roy Rogers, the man behind the ‘King of the Cowboys,'” by Jeff Suess, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 19, 2022 “The Legacy Lives On: Meet Roy Rogers' Children,” by Kim C, Country Rebel, November 2, 2020 Videos: Dale Evans Sings "I Love the West" (From "Bells of San Angelo", 1947) “Dale Evans: Beyond The Happy Trails: Dusty Rogers Interview” Roy Rogers & Dale Evans "They Call The Wind Maria & Wand'rin' Star" on The Ed Sullivan Show, 1970 Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Biography - Happy Trails Theatre Feature Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big wins push New York to the top of the table in the Eastern Conference. With the transfer window open, who will the Red Bulls bring in to push for year-end titles? We speak with Pat Brennan of the Cincinnati Enquirer to provide insight into a surprising FCC side. Your emails as well. Support by: Athleticgreens.com | Libsyn
Baker Mayfield and Deshaun Watson remain in the news...Terry McLaurin gets a nice payday from the Commanders...Serena bows out early at Wimbledon...Dave Biddle of Bucknuts talked about Quinn Ewers' future with the Longhorns...and Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer joined us from Chicago to talk about the Reds and Bengals.
Scott Mason chats with Keith Jenkins of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the life of CB Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner! We go beyond the film on Gardner as Keith talks about Sauce's career as a CB & WR at MLK High School in Detroit, Sauce's upbringing in challenging circumstances, his incredibly supportive mother, the impeccable character that he has displayed throughout his life, why he will be an outstanding fit in the new culture Joe Douglas and Robert Saleh are trying to build with the Jets, a never before told story about the first time Keith interviewed Sauce one on one, and more! Check out the Play Like A Jet YouTube channel featuring Luke Grant's film breakdowns of Sauce Gardner and subscribe to the channel if you haven't already! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujkmI2e98yI&t=5s https://youtu.be/HfPG7KcHeBc Check out the Play Like A Jet store and get your "Zach Says Go Long" shirt (artwork courtesy of the incredible _@canibefrank on instagram) RIGHT NOW! Hoodies, hats, mugs, etc.....also available! https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/24734143-new-york-jets-zach-says-go-long-t-shirt?store_id=717242 To advertise on Play Like A Jet, please contact: Justin@brokencontrollermedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the "When I'm Sixty-Four" edition of the #Bengals Booth Podcast as I visit with retiring sports columnist Paul Daugherty from the Cincinnati Enquirer. We discuss his award-winning career and his more than three decades of covering the Bengals.
It's the "When I'm Sixty-Four" edition of the Bengals Booth Podcast as I visit with retiring sports columnist Paul Daugherty from the Cincinnati Enquirer. We discuss his award-winning career and his more than three decades of covering the Bengals. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When the Beatles arrived on US soil in February 1964 the music world and social norms in this country changed forever. And nowhere did Beatlemania have more of an effect than on the Baby Boomers in the Buckeye State. By analyzing their touring years in the States (1964-66) and their four Ohio live shows we see just how crazy it was to be in the Fab Four. In Episode 3, "Ohio v. the Beatles," Alex sits down with four Beatles experts to discuss their meteoric rise to the top of the entertainment world and why they ultimately stopped touring after 196 We're joined by author Dave Schwensen to discuss his books Beatles in Cleveland and The Beatles at Shea Stadium. Dave shares his insight to why Paul, George, John and Ringo matter so much and how crazy they drove his generation. Dave shares inside stories and antidotes of the Beatles touring years, including their riotous shows in Cleveland in 1964 and 1966. Dave was at the infamous 1966 concert at Cleveland Municipal Stadium as a kid. Buy Dave's excellent Beatles books here...https://www.amazon.com/Dave-Schwensen/e/B001JS4SFK We sit down Janice Mitchell, the biggest Beatle fan in the Buckeye State in 1964. Janice tells us how as a 16 year old in Cleveland Heights, Ohio she was consumed by Beatlemania and ran away to go find them in London. She walks us through the plan and how she became the target of an international manhunt where even the Beatles were said to be looking for her. Janice also describes the mayhem that stopped the 1964 Beatles show in Cleveland that she witnessed from the front row. Janice's great new book My Ticket to Ride (2021) is available for purchase here https://www.grayco.com/product/my-ticket-to-ride/ Author and historian, Jeff Suess, joins the show to talk about the Beatles two appearances in Cincinnati. One of which was said to be the only show the Beatles had to cancel, only to play the gig the next day at Crosley Field. Jeff is the librarian at the Cincinnati Enquirer and a wealth of knowledge on the history of the Queen City but also a big Beatles aficionado. Lastly, Alex talks with musician, Joe Peppercorn about the Beatles music and his amazing annual Beatles Marathon his band plays in Columbus every December. Known as Sgt. Peppercorn's Marathon, they expertly perform every Beatles song in chronological order. It is a can't miss annual event in the Capital City. Click here for more information and special thanks to Joe for chatting with us about the Beatles, we had a blast. https://www.facebook.com/sgtpeppercornmarathon We're proud to be part of the Evergreen Podcast Network. Go to www.evergreenpodcasts.com for our show and dozens of other great podcasts. Share this show with the Beatles fans in your life and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Don't hesitate to reach out to Alex by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with a future show idea or to buy one of our great Ohio v. the World t-shirts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this week's episode, Paul and Nathan welcome in award-winning columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer, Paul Daughtery. Retiring after a 30-year career at the newspaper, Paul shares his memories of covering the Bengals - from the 1988 Super Bowl run and the 1990s to the present day. We also have meet-up news, and there's another edition of The Follow Through. Closing song: Silent Partner 'Outlet' https://youtu.be/W6c9F_CdvhU
Lawton, Oklahoma 1920: Clara Smith Hamon's life is examined by police and press as the hunt for her continues. Contact and Support the Show: Patreon Single Donation: use email@example.com on Paypal Facebook Instagram Twitter MERCH Amazon Wishlist Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sources: Gene Curtis on Tulsa World Mark Anderson's Essay "Tempting Fate" in Looking Past the Screen: Case Studies in American Film History and Method Wiki Newspapers.com-- Cedar Vale Commercial Freeman's lance Daily Oklahoman, 1 Ponca City News Lawton Constitution Morning Tulsa Daily World Tulsa Trib Remember the Ladies: Scandal leads to murder | News | muskogeephoenix.com Jake L. Hamon Sr. - Wikipedia Fate (1921) - IMDb New York Clipper 31 August 1921 — Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections Strange Times 75: "The Gun Went Off" - by William Akers (substack.com) 10 Mar 1921, 8 - The Selma Times-Journal at Newspapers.com 11 Mar 1921, 1 - The Andalusia Star at Newspapers.com 17 Mar 1921, 1 - The Daily Ardmoreite at Newspapers.com 04 Sep 1924, 6 - The Cincinnati Enquirer at Newspapers.com 22 Sep 1926, 6 - Durant Daily Democrat at Newspapers.com 10 Mar 1921, Page 1 - Lawrence Daily Journal-World at Newspapers.com 10 Mar 1921, 1 - The Gazette at Newspapers.com 13 Mar 1921, Page 15 - The Daily Ardmoreite at Newspapers.com 17 Jul 1925, 1 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Music: Evil Plan by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3725-evil-plan License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Comic Plodding by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3533-comic-plodding License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Michael Dennis has both local and national Media Exposure. He has been featured on FOX and CBS TV. He was featured on the Jerry Springer Show in 1991, and has appeared on numerous Radio Shows. In April 2000 he completed a six month Psychic Radio Show for MOJO 94.9 F.M. in Cincinnati. He has also been featured on WAIF 88.3 a.m. and on WSAI 1530 a.m. where he makes guest radio appearances. He was interviewed in the 2000 Millennium Edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Pittsburgh Tribune, March 2003 the Columbus Dispatch, April 2005 and the DaytonDaily News in May 2008. He has been working Psychic Festivals and Fairs since 1986 in the mid-west as well as in Toronto and Ottowa Canada. Michael is also a writer and his first book Halfway to Heaven was published in 2003and his book of love poetry Dawn's Kiss, carne out in the summer or Fall of 2009. Michael trained extensively and apprenticed with various Metaphysical Teachers. In 1985, Michael became a professional Psychic. In 1995 he gave up a foreign language teaching career to pursue his writing dream, and Psychic work full time.Presentation from the 2012 Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference.FOLLOW US ON:Facebook: https://goo.gl/rwvBfwInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ozarkmtpubTwitter: https://goo.gl/LunK5DWebsite: https://goo.gl/2d5cX4ASSOCIATED LINKS:Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.: https://goo.gl/xhgoAPQuantum Healing Hypnosis Academy: https://goo.gl/64G7RD
Rabbi Barr reads the op-ed that he and Rachel Smith wrote that appeared in The Cincinnati Enquirer. The post Protecting Abortion Rights and Separation of Church and State first appeared on Congregation Beth Adam.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for May 30, 2022 is: commemorate kuh-MEM-uh-rayt verb To commemorate something is to call it to remembrance or mark it by some ceremony or observation. Plaques and monuments can commemorate a person or event by serving as memorials. // A plaque commemorates the ceremony that took place here 50 years ago. See the entry > Examples: "Set to be unveiled this fall in the West End's Laurel Park, the bronze statue and plaza will commemorate the life and legacy of Cincinnati's world heavyweight boxing champion, Ezzard Charles." — Sharon Coolidge, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 20 Apr. 2022 Did you know? When you remember something, you are mindful of it. It's appropriate, therefore, that commemorate and other related memory-associated words (including memorable, memorial, remember, and memory itself) come from the Latin root memor, meaning "mindful." English speakers have been marking the memory of important events with commemorate since the late 16th century.
Lawton, Oklahoma 1920: The fatal collision between a small-town politician on his way to stardom and a young lady with silver screen dreams. Contact and Support the Show: Patreon Single Donation: use email@example.com on Paypal Facebook Instagram Twitter MERCH Amazon Wishlist Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sources: Gene Curtis on Tulsa World Mark Anderson's Essay "Tempting Fate" in Looking Past the Screen: Case Studies in American Film History and Method Wiki Newspapers.com-- Cedar Vale Commercial Freeman's lance Daily Oklahoman, 1 Ponca City News Lawton Constitution Morning Tulsa Daily World Tulsa Trib Remember the Ladies: Scandal leads to murder | News | muskogeephoenix.com Jake L. Hamon Sr. - Wikipedia Fate (1921) - IMDb New York Clipper 31 August 1921 — Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections Strange Times 75: "The Gun Went Off" - by William Akers (substack.com) 10 Mar 1921, 8 - The Selma Times-Journal at Newspapers.com 11 Mar 1921, 1 - The Andalusia Star at Newspapers.com 17 Mar 1921, 1 - The Daily Ardmoreite at Newspapers.com 04 Sep 1924, 6 - The Cincinnati Enquirer at Newspapers.com 22 Sep 1926, 6 - Durant Daily Democrat at Newspapers.com 10 Mar 1921, Page 1 - Lawrence Daily Journal-World at Newspapers.com 10 Mar 1921, 1 - The Gazette at Newspapers.com 13 Mar 1921, Page 15 - The Daily Ardmoreite at Newspapers.com 17 Jul 1925, 1 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Music: Evil Plan by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3725-evil-plan License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Comic Plodding by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3533-comic-plodding License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Bob Kendrick tells the powerful story of the life and death of Porter Moss, who pitched in three East-West All-Star games before he was gunned down on a train in Tennessee at the age of 34, and left to die because of the color of his skin. Special thanks to the work, research, and inspiration of the University of Memphis, the University of Baltimore, Gary Ashwill and the Seamheads Database, Dr. Kurt McBee, Dr. Henry Louis Taylor, Dr. Raymond Doswell, the late John Erardi, the Cincinnati Enquirer, and the unheralded voices of the Pittsburgh Courier and baseball's Black press.Interview with Ernest Burke courtesy of the University of Baltimore - Ernest BurkeFollow Bob Kendrick on Twitter - @nlbmprezVisit the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City - https://nlbm.com
Resurrectionist William Cunningham was actively stealing bodies from grave sites around Cincinnati from 1855 to 1871. He was well known, and he was something of a legend. He once returned to the same gravesite at which he had earlier been caught digging – after he'd bought those who had detained him a drink. He dressed the bodies he stole. And, he had a “villainous bald head.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 1910, Dr. B.C. Hyde was put on trial for the murder of Colonel Thomas Swope, a wealthy Kansas City landowner the year before. Also included in the charges were manslaughter and several counts of attempted murder. This is a case I've gone back and forth on several times. Twitter: https://twitter.com/PodcastDarkness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/agable_fd/ Part of the Straight Up Strange Network: https://www.straightupstrange.com/ Opening music from https://filmmusic.io. "Dark Child" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com). License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Closing music by Soma. SOURCES “Col. T.H. Swope Goes to Rest.” Louisville Courier-Journal, October 4, 1909. “Col. Thomas Swope Dead.” Cherryvale Republican (Kansas), October 4, 1909. “Coroner's Jury Finds Dr. Hyde's Medicine Killed Swope.” St. Louis Star and Times, February 9, 1910. “Dr. Twyman Very Ill.” Kansas City Star, April 18, 1910. “For Third Time Dr. Hyde Will Face Trial Next Week.” Parsons Daily Sun (Kansas), May 24, 1912. “Hyde and Wife to Take Stand.” St. Louis Star and Times, April 19, 1910. “Hyde Trial Begins Again in Porterfield's Court.” Salina National Field (Kansas), October 23, 1911. “Juror's Escape May Halt Hyde Trial.” St. Joseph News-Press, December 11, 1911. “Kansas City Pioneer Gone.” West Plains Journal (Missouri), October 7, 1909. “Letter in Swope Case is a Serial Story of Horrors.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, February 4, 1910. “Mrs. Hyde Prompts Walsh.” Kansas City Star, April 23, 1910. “Nurse Who Attended Swope Swears He Took Patent Medicine Containing Strychnine.” Cincinnati Enquirer, February 8, 1910. “One of the Hyde Jury Ill.” Kansas City Star, November 30, 1911. “Story of Death of Crisman (sic) Swope.” Deseret News, April 22, 1910. “Stranger at Home of Missing Hyde Juror.” St. Louis Star and Times, December 13, 1911. “Swope Murder Case is Opened.” Hope Pioneer (North Dakota), April 14, 1910. “The Juror Returned.” Hutchinson News (Kansas), December 14, 1911. “The Nurse Confused.” Fort Scott Tribune-Monitor (Kansas), April 23, 1910. “The Rialto in Ruins.” Kansas City Star, December 23, 1909. “Typhoid Story Out?” Kansas City Times, April 20, 1910. “Witness Tells How Hyde Bought Disease Cultures.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 27, 1910. Duke, Thomas Samuel. Celebrated Criminal Cases of America. San Francisco: The James H. Berry Company, 1910. Dr. Hyde & Mr. Swope – The Swope Murder Trial - HistoricalCrimeDetective.com Dr Bennett Clark Hyde Sr - Facts (ancestry.com)
There is a very real war on the mind and a war on civility taking place. The civil war is real. The Cincinnati Enquirer admits a massive teacher shortage on their front page, and some updated jab statistics.
Welcome into your Monday show where Jake fills you in on some minor roster moves over the weekend with some key caveats, then shares his interview with Keith Jenkins who covers the Bearcats for the Cincinnati Enquirer as they discuss all things Jerome Ford with the Browns' selection of the talented running back. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jensen Lewis of Bally Sports Great Lakes sat in for Bobby, who is vacationing in Turks and Caicos...Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer discussed the Bengals schedule and the Reds turnaround...OSU reporter Austin Ward called Ohio State the top college destination for elite high school quarterbacks...and AJ Hawk made his usual Friday appearance.
I have another confession to make, I hated reading newspapers when I was younger. They were always in black and white and just seemed so boring. Then I discovered the USA Today. It had pictures in color, and was much easier to read than other newspapers. And don't get me started on the purple section! I loved the purple section—it was always the first one I'd read! Why am I sharing this? Well, today's guest Laura Trujillo just happens to be the managing editor of the purple section for the USA Today. That's right, the managing editor for Life and Entertainment at USA Today joined me to talk about her memoir: Stepping Back from the Ledge: A Daughter's Search for Truth and Renewal. MEET LAURA TRUJILLO Laura Tujillo is the managing editor for Life and Entertainment at USA Today and a former reporter and editor for The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Arizona Republic, and The Oregonian. In addition, she does advocacy work on behalf of suicide awareness. How did her mother's suicide impact her life? How Laura get back into writing after a long time away? How did she transform a column on her mother's death into a memoir? Tune in to hear the answer to these questions as well as uncover the special story behind a picture of Laura's grandmother and some of her friends. GET IN TOUCH WITH LAURA Learn more about Laura on her website Follow her on twitter @lauraftrujillo Check out her Instagram @lauraktrujillo Buy her book on Amazon or Bookshop.org If you like this episode, please share it with a friend. If you have not done so already, please rate and review Uncorking a Story on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts and follow us on Instagram @uncorkingastory. Visit us at https://uncorkingastory.com
Episode 66: CINCINNATI'S 1860s URINAL CRISIS Kat, Jen, and Christina imagine just how stinky Cincinnati was in the late 1800s. It is definitely NOT pretty! Sources: Cincinnati Magazine, historian Greg Hand's Cincinnati Curiosities tumblr blog, Cincinnati Enquirer, News: Kat will be at the 2022 Anime Central convention in Chicago, Il this upcoming May 20-22, I'll have copies of both Cincinnati Curiosities comic anthologies plus copies of my brand new printed comic- Witches and Sorcerers. Find me at booth H05 in the artist alley. Masks are mandatory for Acen, as well of proof of vaccination or recent negative COVID-19 test. Christina is now the Social Media Coordinator for the International Urban Sketchers, a worldwide collective of artists that share their lives one drawing at a time. She will continue working with a team of artists from every continent! Email us your hometown haunt story and we will read it on our next episode! email@example.com Drops every Wednesday at midnight! Follow us on Social: @cincabinetcurio (twitter) @cincycabinetofcuriosities (instagram) Cincinnati Cabinet of Curiosities (facebook) Follow Kat: https://www.patreon.com/redcatcomics/posts Follow Christina: https://embracethecrone.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cswyellokat/ Christina's Sketchy new Artbook Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/christinawald Follow Jen: https://society6.com/jenkoehlerart?fb
He's a dad. He's a husband. He's a comic. He's Mark Chalifoux – and the next guest on A Tight 45 with Tabari McCoy!Hailed as a “hilarious up-and-comer” by College Humor, Mark been featured on both FOX and IFC as well as on the Bob and Tom national radio show. His Midwestern upbringing contributes to the laid-back, relatable style that belies a sharp-wit and unflinching honesty relatable to audiences of all ages. His debut album, Think Fast, opened at No. 2 in Apple Music and was called “one of the funniest albums of the year” by the Daily Dot. His jokes can be heard regularly on SiriusXM and have been streamed more than 1 million times on Pandora. Mark is also one of the writers for The Dad, one of the most popular new entertainment brands on social media with more than 10 million followers. An accomplished journalist, he has also written for ESPN, The Baltimore Sun, The Cincinnati Enquirer and CBS Digital. On this episode (out on all major platforms on Wednesday, May 4, 2022), Mark chats with Tabari about fatherhood and its impact on his comedy, his comedy's impact on his marriage, the pros and cons of life in and out of New York City ... And why it's best to turn off your competitive edge when coaching youth soccer. Check out this episode and others you may have missed at https://atight45.buzzsprout.com/or wherever you get your podcasts today! For more on Tabari or ask a question, be sure to visit www.tabarimccoy.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Mason chats with Keith Jenkins of the Cincinnati Enquirer about the Cincinnati football career of CB Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner! We go beyond the film on Gardner as Keith talks about the process that led the star cornerback to Cincinnati, Coach Luke Fickell's initial impression of Gardner, the play that changed everything, relationships with teammates and coaches, leadership qualities and ability to change the dynamic of an entire defense, in-game stories of watching Gardner up-close, personal takeaways from covering the star CB for a three years, whether he'd be a good fit in NY with the Jets, and more! Check out the Play Like A Jet YouTube channel featuring Luke Grant's film breakdowns of Sauce Gardner and subscribe to the channel if you haven't already! https://youtu.be/HfPG7KcHeBc Check out the Play Like A Jet store and get your "Zach Says Go Long" shirt (artwork courtesy of the incredible _@canibefrank on instagram) RIGHT NOW! Hoodies, hats, mugs, etc.....also available! https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/24734143-new-york-jets-zach-says-go-long-t-shirt?store_id=717242 To advertise on Play Like A Jet, please contact: Justin@brokencontrollermedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Coomer and Sam Elliott are joined by Kareem Elgazzar, Senior Photojournalist for The Cincinnati Enquirer to chat about his start at The News Record, what it takes to be a great photojournalist, Cincinnati sports fandom, and more. Check out Kareem's work on Twitter/Instagram (@ElgazzarBLVD) or at Cincinnati.com. Cincy Slangin' has NEW MERCH!!! Go to 513Shirts.come to get you Slangin' t-shirt, hat, beanie, hoodie, coffee mug, sticker, and bucket hat! https://www.513shirts.com/collections/cincy-slangin Music: "Cincinnati Hat" - Showtime Twitter: @CincySlangin Instagram: @CincySlangin Email: email@example.com Website: https://cincyslangin.com
Coomer is joined by Keith Jenkins (@MrKeithJenkins) of The Cincinnati Enquirer to talk about Desmond Ridder's NFL draft buzz, how this upcoming draft will drive continued growth within the football program, Spring practice observations, and Wes Miller's efforts to reshape the roster. You can follow Keith Jenkins work at https://www.keithjenkins.com or at Cincinnati.com. Cincy Slangin' has merch! Go to 513Shirts.come to get you Slangin' t-shirt, hat, and beanie! https://www.513shirts.com/collections/cincy-slangin Music: "Cincinnati Hat" - Showtime Twitter: @CincySlangin Instagram: @CincySlangin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://cincyslangin.com
Hello Fangirl Nation! We have an awesome episode of Get My Job, as Tracy is joined by Bengals Beat Reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, Kelsey Conway. Kelsey talks about the importance of being good at one thing first, the key to building relationships, working ahead and the splash vs. the ripple. This episode is filled with incredible guidance and is a lot of fun, so let's get to it!
Bengals beat reporter Kelsey Conway from the Cincinnati Enquirer (27:33) and ESPN NFL Nation Steelers Reporter Brooke Pryor (47:43) join Beau and Nathan to talk about their respective teams and what they've done to this point in free agency. That plus a little Masters dinner talk, a trip around the league and more!
[For "Choose Your Own Adventure" Info, See Below...]Hey, Fellow Babies!! The Cincinnati trip was a huge success. We got back just a couple of hours before recording this episode. We had a great time, even if we are a little sore (we walked a LOT!). There's tons of info in this week's show about the trip!! A tip: check the show Facebook page. All you have to do is search "WKRP-Cast" in Facebook and you'll find us. We mention FB posts a LOT in today's show. If you haven't been following our Epic Adventure, you'll want to take a look at some of our posts. Much of the trip was pretty visual, and we did snap a LOT of pix.We also caught up with a couple of interesting guys who have had a LOT to do with WKRP over the years. The first was Bob Gerding. Bob is the local Video Pro who shot the opening and all of the exteriors whenever they needed something out in Studio City. Bob has some GREAT stories from working on the show. THEN we talked to the man who is the dean of Media Reporting in Cincinnati: John Kiesewetter or just "Kiese". Kiese wrote for the Cincinnati Enquirer starting just after WKRP went off network. He followed it through the syndication episodes with the lost music, hacked scenes and awful attempt at a DVD release in 2007. He's talked to every one of the show principles and written about them all multiple times over the years (except maybe Jan). Kiese took us on an incredible tour of Cincinnati looking at it through the lens of WKRP. We'll have full interviews with both of these guys plus a rundown of our four WKRP-Filled days in Cincinnati. Strap in, Fellow Babies...the Cincinnati tour is leaving as soon as you push "play." CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE:Are you ONLY wanting to hear interviews? Only looking for our Cincy Travelogue? Either way, we've got you covered! - Bob Gerding Interview (30 total mins) - Starts at 24 minutes. FF to listen.- John Kiesewetter Interview (39 total mins) - Starts at 1h:04 minutes.- You can hear us being interviewed by Chris & Janeen at 2:00hours. If you're only wanting travelogue, FF past the interviews the specified times.
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