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    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Thursday, May 26: Chris Carlin, Bernie Olivas, Cody Decker & Brad Shepard

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 84:17


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Hooks & Runs
    Ep. 101 - Exile on Main Street at 50 w/ Christian Bonner & Tim Lindsey

    Hooks & Runs

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 48:56


    Christian Bonner and Tim Lindsey have a wonderful podcast, "Under the Radar: A Rolling Stones Podcast," so we invited them to our show to discuss the Rolling Stones' classic double album, "Exile on Main Street," fifty years after its release. We had a fun time talking about our favorite cuts, how the album rates in the Stones' catalog and what explains the album's enduring popularity and influence. Errata: The Rolling Stones' Zilker Park show occurred 2006, not 2005. Marty Robbins released "El Paso" in 1959, not 1958. Hooks & Runs - Website, Twitter, BuzzsproutCraig Estlinbaum on TwitterAndrew Eckhoff on  43 Things (dead link)Rex von Pohl (Krazy Karl's Music Emporium) on FacebookOpening and closing music, "Caroline" by Craig Estlinbaum. All rights reserved.This podcast and this episode are copyright Craig Estlinbaum, 2022, all rights reserved.  

    The John Rothmann Show Podcast
    John Rothmann: Beto O'Rourke confronts Gov. Abbott

    The John Rothmann Show Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 36:05


    Gov. Abbott and a variety of state and local officials were holding a press conference to update the public on the Uvalde massacre at Robb Elementary School. It was a governing, not a campaign, event. After Mr. Abbott had spoken for several minutes, Mr. O'Rourke interrupted to point a finger at the Governor and declare, “This is on you,” referring to the murder of 19 children and two teachers by 18-year-old Salvador Ramos. “You said this was not predictable. This is totally predictable when you choose not to do anything,” Mr. O'Rourke added. The Democrat was then asked to leave by other officials on the stage, with at least one uttering an epithet. When Mr. Abbott's allies saw Mr. O'Rourke step forward, they began yelling at him. One official ordered the El Paso native to “Shut up!” The state's lieutenant governor, Dan Patrick, told him, “You're out of line and an embarrassment.” The mayor of Uvalde, Don McLaughlin, said he could not believe Mr. O'Rourke was the type of “sick” individual who “would come to a deal like this to make a political issue,” using an obscenity. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Wednesday, May 25: Joe Gomez Talks Memorabilia, Fantasy Baseball with Jeff Erickson and More!

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 71:34


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Words on a Wire
    Episode 34: Jonna Perillo

    Words on a Wire

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 30:56


    In this episode host Tim Z. Hernandez interviews UTEP Associate English professor, Jonna Perillo on her new book Educating the Enemy. Perillo's new book Educating the Enemy charts the story of how two groups of immigrant students both considered enemies of a sort—children of Nazi scientists and Mexican American children—fared in El Paso schools and what their experiences reveal about postwar American schooling and political culture.

    On the Media
    Again and Again and Again and Again (and Again)

    On the Media

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 20:33


    Last week's show was titled “Again and Again” and it led with an essay about the then latest devastating mass shooting, in Buffalo. We combed our archives for all those people we'd spoken to in the past about the  tropes and mistakes that litter the coverage of these abominations. We didn't gather new tape because...honestly? We've said it all before. And then it happened again. This time in Texas at an elementary school. August of 2019 saw another moment where 2 shooting rampages occurred within days of each other; one in El Paso, Texas and the next in Dayton, Ohio.  At the time, Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan wrote, “When a mass shooting happens, even when it happens twice in a 24-hour period — even when the death tolls soars into the dozens — we reflexively spring into action. We describe the horror of what happened, we profile the shooter, we tell about the victims' lives, we get reaction from public officials. It's difficult, gut-wrenching work for journalists on the scene.  And then there's the next one. And the next one. If journalism is supposed to be a positive force in society — and we know it can be — this is doing no good.” Lois Beckett is a senior reporter for The Guardian. She covered gun violence for many years, now gun policy. She says that mainstream coverage of the issue is flawed because it's focused mainly on one type of tragedy. She explained to me when I spoke to her 3 years ago, how better coverage would mean focusing on the root causes of gun violence. This is a segment from our September 6th, 2019 program, Pressure Drop.

    Anime Al Diván
    84 | Los cambios que nos trae el paso del tiempo / Fanfare of Adolescence - Dance Dance Danseur

    Anime Al Diván

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 61:18


    Esta temporada nos ha traído series muy interesantes: DEAIMON: Recipe for Happiness, Fanfare of Adolescence, Dance Dance Danseur, SPYxFAMILY

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Tuesday, May 24: Dawn Hearn, NBA Playoff Recap and Ivan Melendez wins Big 12 Player of the Year

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 75:40


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show
    5/24/22 Tuesday, Hour 3: Amazing Calls

    Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 60:00


    Back to David… Jay from Alabama speaks on the Buffalo shooter and more. — Back to Jay… Carlos from El Paso, TX says he notices a presence in the room with him when he prays. Roy from California speaks on the Buffalo shooter.

    The PoliticsGirl Podcast
    The Great Replacement Theory

    The PoliticsGirl Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 53:15


    The shooting in Buffalo targeting black people. The shooting in Pittsburg targeting Jewish worshipers. The shooting in El Paso targeting Mexican immigrants. The shooting in Christchurch, NZ targeting Muslims. What do they all have in common? The Great Replacement Theory. The idea that white people are being deliberately replaced. Remember the white supremacists in Charlottesville? They were chanting, “You will not replace us! Jews will not replace us!”. This false and ignorant, race-baiting conspiracy is ripping our country apart and the right wing media, in combination with right wing politicians, are the ones adding fuel to fire and it, and they, must be stopped.   Please RATE and SUBSCRIBE so we can grow the show, open the dialogue, and inspire change moving forward!   All my links here!: https://linktr.ee/politicsgirl   Thank you to today's sponsors! www.brightland.co/politicsgirl www.creditkarma.com/loanoffers www.blinkist.com/politicsgirl www.constantcontact.com The PoliticsGirl Podcast is a Meidas Touch original podcast produced by Happy Warrior Entertainment.   Source Notes: https://www.politicsgirl.com/episode-027-source-notes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Monday, May 23: Angela Olivas of El Paso Chihuahuas, UTEP QB Gavin Hardison, Mike Richmond, Abel Mendoza and Sal Monteleongo Join SportsTalk

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 72:04


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Here & Now
    Mother and daughter recall escape from Soviet Union; James Beard semi-finalist

    Here & Now

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 42:26


    Mother and daughter Galina and Yelena Lembersky's new memoir "Like a Drop of Ink in a Downpour" is a portrait of their lives behind the Soviet Union's Iron Curtain. They emigrated to the U.S. with 500 paintings by Galina's father Felix Lembersky, a noted Jewish Ukrainian artist. And, Chef Emiliano Marentes is a semi-finalist for the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef. He talks about ELEMI, his restaurant in El Paso, Texas, and the art of handmade corn tortillas.

    Texas Standard
    Texas Standard: May 23, 2022

    Texas Standard

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 51:29


    Plans to lift Title 42 at the border today are now on hold. We’ll look at what this means for the future of immigration and deportations. Other stories we’re tracking: how the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York is resonating in El Paso, the site of a racist shooting at a Wal Mart three years […]

    Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast
    Episode #125- "El Paso's Giraffe Man" the Hooper Vint interview. (El Paso Podcast) (UTEP athletics)

    Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 121:26


    What is good everyone????? Another Sunday means a brand new episode of El Paso's best podcast. For this week's episode we are joined by Arkansa native and former UTEP basketball player Mr. Hooper Vint!!!! Standing at a towering 6"11 Hooper talks to us about his journey to El Paso and how it has become his home. We sip some scotch and get into some hilarious conversations, also Las Cruces comedian Mr. Andrew Vargas is back in the producer chair for this one!! In this episode we discuss: -Coming to EP from Arkansas -Life as a student athlete at UTEP -Making El Paso his home -Playing for former NBA coach Tim Floyd -Being at a casino with Bill Self -Hooper's favorite video game of all time -Trending local/national topics -Is Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza fire? -What is an NFT? -Five Random Questions and much more..... As always, thank you for all of the support it means everything to us

    Tony Diaz #NPRadio
    Nuestra Palabra Radio - Mouthfeel Press Publishing Showcase!

    Tony Diaz #NPRadio

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 58:00


    The #LatinoBookStore #TAS Texas Author Series every first Friday features a lineup cultivated by Mouthfeel Press (MFP). As a preview, Tony Diaz features several of the talented artists of Mouthfeel Press including: Liliana Valenzuela is the author of the poetry collections Codex of Love: Bendita ternura (FlowerSong Press, 2020) and Codex of Journeys: Bendito camino (Mouthfeel Press, 2013). Her poetry and essays have been widely anthologized, most recently in Latinas: An Anthology of Struggles & Protests in 21st Century USA. Valenzuela is also the acclaimed Spanish language translator of works by Cristina García, Julia Alvarez, Denise Chávez, and many other writers. Her most recent translation is Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo, by Sandra Cisneros. And this fall, Vintage Español will publish her translation of Sandra Cisneros' new poetry collection, Woman Without Shame/Mujer sin vergüenza. A CantoMundo and Macondo fellow, she collaborates with the Hablemos, escritoras podcast. Valenzuela is currently the editor of the Latin American Journalism Review at the University of Texas at Austin. Maria Miranda Maloney is a Latina poet, editor, and bilingual publisher. She was born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in a small farm community of mostly immigrant families. Her family's outings consisted of crossing the U.S-Mexico border every Sunday to visit family in Zaragoza, a town outside Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. She learned to navigate two different worlds, including language and traditions. Maria is the founder of Mouthfeel Press a bilingual press that has published dozens of books of poetry in English and Spanish, and the author of Cracked Spaces (Pandora Lobo, 2021), The Lost Letters of Mileva (Pandora Lobo Productions Press, 2014) and The City I Love (Ranchos Press, 2011). Her poetry and essays have appeared in Bellevue Literary Review, MiPoesias, The Catholic Reporter, The Texas Review, Acentos Review, and other literary and international journals. She is the literary curator and Outreach Coordinator for The Smithsonian Latino Center, Washington D.C., and curator for the Wise Latina International's Writing Ourselves into History. Maria is editor for Arte Público Press, and a BorderSenses board member. She is currently a reading and writing teacher in East Texas. Her next book The Moon in Her Eyes is scheduled for release in 2023. She's currently working on her manuscript When We Were Sisters. Carolina Monsiváis is the author of Somewhere Between Houston and El Paso, Elisa's Hunger, and Descent. A dedicated advocate in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault, she has worked with survivors in Texas, New Mexico and Juárez. She earned degrees from the University of Houston (B.A) and New Mexico State University Vincent "Chente" Cooper is a writer and previous US Marine living in San Antonio. His productions in collections incorporate Boundless, Refreshing San Antonio, Ban This: An Anthology of Chicano Literaturek, and Big Bridge Magazine: Refreshing San Antonio. His chapbook, Where the Reckless Ones Come was distributed by Aztlan Libre Press. "Zarzamora' his latest work has been described as poetry of survival and recounts through prose expereiences along one of San Antonio Texas' throughfares. Lastly, he is a member of The Macondo Writer's Workshop. His poems can be found in Huizache and Riversedge. He currently resides in the westside of San Antonio, TX. www.Librotraficante.com www.NuestraPalabra.org www.TonyDiaz.net

    WorldAffairs
    White Supremacist Terrorism: From Christchurch to Buffalo

    WorldAffairs

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 59:01


    We're releasing our latest episode early this week in light of the recent tragedy in Buffalo. Please take care of yourselves.   The recent mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York left ten dead, three injured, and a city–and country–reeling. Within hours of the deadly attack, evidence emerged that the 18-year-old gunman's crimes were racially motivated, explicitly targeting the area's Black community.   Buffalo is the most recent in a string of high-profile acts of violence inspired by the “great replacement theory,” an extremist doctrine based on the unsubstantiated belief that non-white populations will “replace” and subjugate white majorities across the globe.   Once confined to the radical fringe, replacement theory has now entered mainstream conservative rhetoric, peddled by prominent right-wing figures like Tucker Carlson and J.D. Vance, and shared in online networks from El Paso to Christchurch. On this week's episode, Ray Suarez sits down with Daniel Byman, a counterterrorism expert and author of Spreading Hate: The Global Rise of White Supremacist Terrorism, to discuss the roots of the global white power movement, how extremism spreads, and what the mainstreaming of violence as a political tactic means for targeted communities–and democracy–in the world today.   Guests:   Daniel Byman, Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution and professor at Georgetown University   Host(s):   Ray Suarez, co-host of World Affairs

    The Deadpod
    Dead Show/podcast for 5/20/22

    The Deadpod

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 60:57


    One of my favorite tours, the Spring tour of 1980 will give us one more fine show on this week's Deadpod. From the old Boston Garden on May 12, 1980 the boys shook the rafters on this Monday night with a rocking first set.  They come out blazing with a great 'Jack Straw>Alabama Getaway>El Paso' opening trifecta. While this is an unusual combo, Jerry and Brent in particular shine on these opening tunes. A nice 'Althea' follows, then Bobby takes the lead on 'Lazy Lightning> Supplication'. We get a short but sweet Brent number in 'Far From Me' before Bobby takes us back down to Minglewood. The closing China>Rider is excellent, highlighted for me, by Jerry's emotion when he is on that northbound train.  Grateful Dead Boston Garden Boston, MA 5/12/1980 - Monday     One     Jack Straw [5:21] > Alabama Getaway [4:53] > El Paso [4:12] Althea [8:16] Lazy Lightnin' [3:22] > Supplication [4:44] Far From Me [3:37] New Minglewood Blues [7:08] China Cat Sunflower [5:04] > I Know You Rider [6:07]  You can listen to this week's Deadpod here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/deadshow/deadpod052022.mp3   Thanks for your kind support, and stay in touch!

    Eye on the Ball
    Eye on the Ball - Thursday, May 19, Hour 2

    Eye on the Ball

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 53:07


    FC Tucson Women Coach Kelly Pierce discusses getting her team ready for the May 28 opener on the road at El Paso, and also the importance of the announcement that the U.S. Women's National Team is going to be on the same pay scale as the men.

    Why Am I Telling You This? with Bill Clinton
    President Bill Clinton: Reinstate the Assault Weapons Ban Now

    Why Am I Telling You This? with Bill Clinton

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 8:00


    Last week was another week marked by multiple mass shootings in America, including attacks in Houston, Southern California, and a particularly heinous, racially-motivated massacre in Buffalo, N.Y. in which 10 people were killed in a supermarket—the deadliest mass shooting in the United States so far this year. In the wake of these tragedies, Americans have a responsibility to denounce domestic terrorism and stand up to those who promote the racist ideology that motivated the Buffalo shooter. But elected officials, especially, must go beyond offering thoughts and prayers. Mass shootings keep happening, on a near-weekly basis, and the one thing we know can make them less frequent and less deadly has not been done: namely, reinstating the assault weapons ban and the limit on high-capacity magazines that were in effect from 1994 to 2004. For this episode of Why Am I Telling You This?, we revisit commentary from President Clinton (originally published in TIME in the wake of two mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio on the same weekend in the summer of 2019) calling on Congress to institute universal—and more thorough—background checks, and reinstate the ammunition limit and ban on assault weapons—sensible measures that worked before, and can work again. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Hell Paso Podcast
    Episode 21- 'Intro' Ft. NVR EVR

    Hell Paso Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 72:46


    On this episode the boys have a very special guest and friend of the pod, Mikey. Known across the border town and among other major cities as stage name, NVR EVR. From making grimy dubstep to making EDM, NVR EVR shows us his evolution and range of skills in the music genre. He sits down and talks to us about where his love for the House and electronic music came from as well as shows he has played at and future plans for 2022 and more, tune in and join the conversation! Link In bio!

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Wednesday, May 18th: Jeff Erickson of Rotowire, NMSU Basketball's Latest Pickup and NBA Playoff Recap

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 68:35


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Armstrong & Getty Podcast

    Hour 4 of Wednesday's A&G: Edible Tape and Serving Sizes. Ukraine, Tesla, and Twitter Opinions. Butt Lifts are Booming and Cheeto Monkeys in El Paso. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KSFO Podcast
    Perky Butts

    KSFO Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 36:56


    Hour 4 of Wednesday's A&G: Edible Tape and Serving Sizes. Ukraine, Tesla, and Twitter Opinions. Butt Lifts are Booming and Cheeto Monkeys in El Paso. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Armstrong and Getty
    Perky Butts

    Armstrong and Getty

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:18


    Hour 4 of Wednesday's A&G: Edible Tape and Serving Sizes. Ukraine, Tesla, and Twitter Opinions. Butt Lifts are Booming and Cheeto Monkeys in El Paso.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Adrian Slade Show
    From El Paso To Buffalo, The Eco-Fascist Are The Domestic Terrorists, Not Fox News Viewers

    Adrian Slade Show

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 30:55


    1-929-Go-Go-USA --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adrianslade/support

    BullterrierFM
    Constelaciones en la piel - El paso del Nortec

    BullterrierFM

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 73:39


    Hacemos un recorrido por la historia de Nortec y la fusión de banda/ norteño con música electrónica que los caracterísa.

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Tuesday, May 17th: Dave DuFour of The Athletic, NBC Sports Kurt Helin & The Downtown Arena Situation Put to Bed

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 68:32


    Better Health In The Borderland
    A Story Of Saturday Nights, Trauma And The Car Radio

    Better Health In The Borderland

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 18:12


    The radio in Patricia's Sanchez's car is tuned to her favorite hip-hop station. It's loud and the bass is booming. And that's intentional. She says it gets her ready to hit the trauma center floor running, from the first minute. It's early Saturday night. Throughout the city, couples are readying for dates. Friends are agreeing which bar or club they're meeting at later that night. For Patricia, it's another Saturday night of trauma at the region's only Level 1 trauma center at University Medical Center of El Paso. Some of the many people making plans won't finish their nights at home but instead will become trauma patients, wanting to make it to the next day alive, with the help of surgeons, nurses, medical techs and so many more providers at UMC.  The medical team at UMC's trauma department has, collectively, centuries of experience caring for trauma victims. They will build on that experience in the late hours of Saturday night. They also know that every  case is unique, every patient, with their own story, their own dreams yet realized and a hope that when Sunday arrives, things will be better. (Note: Music at the beginning of this episode is exclusive content for Better Health In The Borderland. Authentic EMS calls in this episode are from a non-UMC hospital to protect UMC patient privacy. )Production Team:Writer and host: Ryan Mielke, Director of Public Affairs, University Medical Center of El PasoAudio engineer: Diego Muniz, Manager of Video and Audio Production, University Medical Center of El Paso

    El VBar
    Germán Mera: "En ningún momento di el paso para dejar las cosas tiradas"

    El VBar

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 9:13


    La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo
    Federico Gutiérrez sobre relación con Venezuela: “voy a abrir el paso de la frontera para comercio”

    La W Radio con Julio Sánchez Cristo

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 4:45


    Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
    Life after the PGA Championship (with Rich Beem) rebroadcast

    Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 56:07


    This is an encore episode with Rich Beem, winner of the 2002 PGA Championship, one of professional golf's four major tournaments. Despite having won twice on tour prior to the PGA, Rich's win at Hazeltine was as unlikely as the groovy dance moves he busted out after sinking his final putt of the tournament. Describing himself as “the luckiest guy in the world,” Rich played the game loose and wide open, but the rising expectations of being a major champion became a distraction, and he never won again on tour. In this chat, Rich speaks candidly about: Selling car stereos and grinding his way up the golf ladder, Finding purpose and meaning in life as his PGA prospects began to dim.  The reason he tells his son that “what you shoot is not you” Why he loves working as an analyst at Sky Sports Rich was born in Phoenix, AZ, grew up in El Paso, TX and played college golf at New Mexico State University. Today Rich plays on the PGA Champions Tour and works as a TV golf analyst on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland.(Originally posted November, 2020.   Follow Rich on Twitter.   

    The Daily Zeitgeist
    Racist Rhetoric Repeating, Law & Order: Havana Syndrome Unit 05.17.22

    The Daily Zeitgeist

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 69:52


    In episode 1249, Jack and Miles are joined by rapper and host of Hood Politics, Propaganda to discuss... Racist Republican Rhetoric…, Replacement Theory Motivation Behind Buffalo, Pittsburgh, El Paso, Law & Order Tackles Havana Syndrome, For Some Reason and more! Replacement Theory Motivation Behind Buffalo, Pittsburgh, El Paso We Can't Talk About the Racist Massacre in Buffalo Without Talking About Capitalism Liberals Blocked on Gun Control, Call for a New Domestic Terror Law After the Shooting Law & Order Tackles Havana Syndrome VISIT: prophiphop.com/ LISTEN: Two Chords & The Truth by Myele Manzanza See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell
    Biden to visit Buffalo after racist shooter murders ten people

    The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 40:33


    Tonight on the Last Word: The Justice Department is investigating the Buffalo shooting as a “hate crime.” Also, the Buffalo community grieves the loss of the shooting victims. And a racist ideology links the “lone wolf” shootings in Charleston, El Paso, Buffalo and elsewhere. Charles Blow, Rod Watson, Eva Doyle, Bishop Glenwood Young and Kathleen Belew join Lawrence O'Donnell.

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Monday, May 16th: Johnnie Lee Higgins, Wayne Thornton & Weekend Recap

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 111:14


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast
    Episode #124- "Tequila!!" the Steve Kaplowitz interview.

    Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 100:08


    How are we all doing on this scorching hot Sunday afternoon???? On this weeks edition of the podcast we are joined by host Mr. Steve Kaplowitz of Sports Talk on ESPN 600 here in El Paso. Steve is a local legend and has worked with some of the biggest names in the Sports Radio industry, we were beyond excited to have him stop by the studio and sip some tequila with the guys. In this episode we discuss: -Gifting Steve some Tequila -Moving from NY to EP -Life in El Paso in the 1980's -Doing College Radio at UT Austin -Working with Buzz Adams and Jon Teicher - IPA talk with Joe -Kaplowitz the food critic -Steve's craziest life experience -The most overrated restaurant in EP is..... - Five Random Questions and much more..... As always, thank you for all of the support it means everything to us

    Words on a Wire
    Episode 33: Maria Maloney

    Words on a Wire

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 40:53


    In this episode listen to host Daniel Chacón talks to author Maria M. Maloney about her book Cracked Spaces (Pandora Lobo, 2021).Maloney is a Latina poet, editor, and bilingual publisher. She was born in El Paso, Texas, and raised in a small farm community of mostly immigrant families. Maria is the founder of Mouthfeel Press a bilingual press that has published dozens of books of poetry in English and Spanish, she is also the author of The Lost Letters of Mileva (Pandora Lobo Productions Press, 2014) and The City I Love (Ranchos Press, 2011). 

    Police Off The Cuff
    Active shooter in Buffalo shoots 13 #PaytonGendron #Buffalo #HateCrime #Tops #ConklinNY #Manifesto

    Police Off The Cuff

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 68:52


    Active shooter in Buffalo shoots 13 #PaytonGendron #Buffalo #HateCrime #Tops #ConklinNY #Manifesto A teenage gunman entranced by a white supremacist ideology known as replacement theory opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo on Saturday, methodically shooting and killing 10 people and injuring three more, almost all of them Black, in one of the deadliest racist massacres in recent American history. The authorities identified the gunman as 18-year-old Payton S. Gendron of Conklin, a small town in New York's rural Southern Tier. Mr. Gendron drove more than 200 miles to mount his attack, which he also livestreamed, the police said, a chilling video feed that appeared designed to promote his sinister agenda. Shortly after Mr. Gendron was captured, a manifesto believed to have been posted online by the gunman emerged, riddled with racist, anti-immigrant views that claimed white Americans were at risk of being replaced by people of color. In the video that appeared to have been captured by the camera affixed to his helmet, an anti-Black racial slur can be seen on the barrel of his weapon. The attack, at a Tops Friendly Market in a largely Black neighborhood in east Buffalo, conjured grim comparisons to a series of other massacres motivated by racism, including the killing of nine Black parishioners at a church in Charleston, S.C., in 2015; an antisemitic rampage in a Pittsburgh synagogue in 2018 that left 11 people dead; and an attack at a Walmart in El Paso in 2019, where the man charged had expressed hatred of Latinos. More than 20 people died there. In the Buffalo grocery store, where four employees were shot, the savagery and planning were evident: Mr. Gendron was armed with an assault weapon and wore body armor, the police said. And his preferred victims seemed clear as well: All told, 11 of the people shot were Black and two were white, the authorities said. “It was a straight up racially motivated hate crime,” John Garcia, the Erie County sheriff, said. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otcpod1/support

    Indigenous in Music with Larry K
    Bobby Sanchez in our Spotlight Interview (Hip Hop, Poetry)

    Indigenous in Music with Larry K

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 115:59


    This week on Indigenous in Music with Larry K, tonight our guest comes to us from El Paso, Texas. Bobby Sanchez is in the house. Singer, performer and poet. She has been enjoying the success from her 1st EP “Eta” along with the release of new singles to add to her total music package.” Bobby is featured in the current issue of the SAY Magazine, read all about her and hear our interview on our music page www.indigenousinmusic.com/bobby-sanchez-interview. Also music from Bobby Sanchezl, Q052, STOiK, Shon Denay, Dawn Avery, Jayli Wolf, Nortec Collective, Beatrice Deer, Latin Vibe, Night Shield, Issac Murdoch, Matt Epp, Julian Taylor, Big City Indians, Bluedog, Indian City, Adrian Sutherland, The North Sound, Electric Religious, Aocelyn, Joey Stylez, Carsen Gray, Nancy Sanchez, Elastic Bond, Angel Baribeau, Redbone, 1915, Quantum Tangle, Richie Ledreagle and much much more. Visit us on our homepage at www.IndigenousinMusicandArts.org and find out all about us and our programs and our virtual gallery.

    Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore
    Dr. Edith Eger On Resilience

    Let It Be Easy with Susie Moore

    Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 59:20


    When I read The Choice, I stopped a few times just to breathe. Because the words written by a holocaust survivor are raw and honest and heartbreaking. It's one of the best books I've ever read. It's no wonder that Oprah says she will be "forever changed" by reading Dr. Edith Eger's story. A native of Hungary, Edith Eva Eger was just a teenager in 1944 when she and her family were sent to Auschwitz. Her parents were sent to the gas chambers, but Edith's bravery kept her and her sister alive. Toward the end of the war, Edith and other prisoners had been moved to Austria. Then, on May 4, 1945, a young American soldier noticed her hand moving slightly amongst several dead bodies. He quickly summoned medical help and brought her back from the brink of death. After the war, Edith moved to Czechoslovakia, where she met the man she would marry. Later, in 1949, they moved to the United States, and in 1969 she received her degree in Psychology from the University of Texas, El Paso. She pursued her doctoral internship at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Fort Bliss, Texas. Dr. Edith is an angel on planet earth. I'm so happy to share this interview. If you like this episode, please consider rating and reviewing the podcast on Apple Podcasts! This helps to get the message out to more people just like you. And be sure to click the "Follow" button to get notified of updates. Also, I'm hosting a free workshop that will show you how to further coach yourself through any of life's challenges. Check it out here.

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    SportsTalk Friday, May 13th: Stephen Foster, Calvin Solomon of UTEP Basketball and More!

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 82:01


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.

    Gaslamp Ball: for San Diego Padres fans
    GROUP THERAPY: How does Canó fit in with the Padres?

    Gaslamp Ball: for San Diego Padres fans

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 64:15


    John starts off Group Therapy, joined later by Craig, and much of the conversation is around new Padres addition Robinson Canó (and what the team should be doing with C.J. Abrams in El Paso).

    Walmart Radio Podcast
    The Bo Show: Supreme Team

    Walmart Radio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 18:41


    The highlights were supreme Entertainment News. “Mexican Pizza: The Musical” is a TikTok movie coming to you thanks to Dolly Parton and Doja Cat. Lee from Store 1015 in El Paso, Texas, got a slice of the action as our Associate Caller of the Day. If you knead-to-know, Bo's Impossible Question of the Day asked: The first time kids in the U.S. could do THIS was in 1909. Fred, a customer in Pensacola, Florida, and Henry from Store 5154 in Rosemead, California, both delivered the correct answer. We cheesed the day and celebrated Hazel, Steven and Leslie in Milestone Minute. Hazel from Store 199 in Lincoln, Illinois, celebrated 45 years, Steven at Store 15 in West Plains, Missouri, reached 35 years and congratulations to Leslie at Store 1966 in Geneseo, New York, on 30 years with the company. Now have a slice day, and be sure to tune into The Bo Show.

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts
    Thursday, May 12th: UTEP Basketball Coach Joe Golding, UTEP Athletic Department, & NFL Schedule Release

    600 ESPN El Paso Podcasts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 89:22


    600 ESPN El Paso brings you in-depth coverage of El Paso sports, national teams, amazing plays, insightful analysis, and bold opinions.