The Big Ten West is there for the taking. The Gazette's John Steppe and Mike Hlas discuss Iowa's defense and special teams-fueled 24-10 win over Wisconsin that put the Hawkeyes in a four-way tie atop the divisionNext week's game at Minnesota now has a lot on the line.Follow On Iowa Sports on Twitter and Facebook
Gazette reporter Lori Dunn shares details and her impressions of the sentencing of convicted murderer Taylor Parker. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, a Bowie County jury took only an hour and fifteen minutes to impose the death penalty. Parker killed Reagan Simmons Hancock on Oct. 9, 2020, and cut her unborn daughter, Braxlynn, from her womb.
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” sports editor Ken Schott previews two big sporting events that take place Saturday. Schott has interviews with members of the Siena and UAlbany men's basketball teams as they get set for the Albany Cup, the first matchup between the two programs in five years. Also, Schott has interviews with members of the RPI and Union football teams as they prepare to meet in the Dutchman Shoes game. Plus, the Section II portion of the high school football season wraps up with five Super Bowl games. The Gazette's Adam Shinder previews each game. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
Welcome back to a new season of The Gipson Gazette, where everything is story. Join LMG and AMC, as they take a throwback ride with their Nostalgia Trip segment in this season two premiere episode.
In today's episode, we continue our look at the 1981 murders of 14-year-old Karen Alexander and her brother, 13-year-old Gordon Alexander, in Texarkana, Arkansas. Gazette reporter Mallory Wyatt joined Karl to talk with Carla Lewis, who as a child knew the Alexanders. Carla shared her memories of her friends and learning they had been killed. She talked about how the crime continues to affect her and most importantly, made a plea for anyone with information to come forward. If you know anything that could help crack the case, we urge you to call the Texarkana Arkansas Police Department's criminal investigation division at 903-798-3130.
WELCOME Snobbies to the second LIVE Film Snobs Event! We recorded this 10/27/2022. We love putting these on and bringing all of you out has helped us buy some decent microphones!! So thank you! Joining us for the Live event is Warren Epstein! He is a very special guest and MAJOR supporter of films at Kimball's Peak Theater. He's features at the beginning of every film that comes on! He is the Executive Director of Marketing and Communications at Pikes Peak State College as well as the former arts editor and film critic at The Gazette. Warren talks with us snobs, Jared, Caleb, and Eric as we discuss the masterpiece that is, “The Night of the Hunter.” Charles Laughton's one and only film, this classic is breathtaking and yet so incredibly simple. We dive in and discuss the good, the bad, and the beautiful that this film has to offer. Easily one of our best guests, Warren brings loads of commentary and laughs as he also gives insight into life as a critic. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did. Film Discussed: The Night of the Hunter (1955) Letterboxd: Eric Peterson: letterboxd.com/EricLPeterson/ Jared Klopfenstein: letterboxd.com/kidchimp/ Ethan Jasso: letterboxd.com/e_unit7/ Caleb Zehr: letterboxd.com/cjzehr/ Ricky Wickham: letterboxd.com/octopuswizard/ Here is a COMPLETE LIST of every film that we have done an episode for. Enjoy! https://letterboxd.com/ericlpeterson/list/a-complete-list-of-every-the-film-snobs-episode/ Five star reviews left on the pod get read out loud!
Last week was progress, but questions remained about how real that progress was for Iowa. Saturday's 24-3 win over Purdue answered more questions in what was undoubtedly a quality road win for the Hawkeyes. The Gazette's John Steppe and Mike Hlas share their thoughts about how Iowa got here and what more can be accomplished on The Final Score podcast.
We'll learn more about the candidates running for New York Lt Governor. Our political observer Alan Chartock speaks with Westchester County Executive George Latimer about the coming midterm elections. Also, we'll remind you to flip over your ballot Tuesday to consider the environmental bond act.
Saturday's Iowa-Purdue football game has an obvious storyline: Boilermakers breakout receiver Charlie Jones going against his old team. But that's not all Mike Carmin of The Lafayette Journal & Courier and John Steppe of The Gazette discuss on this Iowa-Purdue preview episode of Hawk Off The Press. Can Iowa's offense take advantage of opportunities against Purdue? What is it that has made Jeff Brohm's teams so successful against the Hawkeyes in the past? Plus, early predictions. » Sign up for the free https://subscribepage.com/hawks (Hawk Off The Press newsletter)
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette sports editor Ken Schott previews this weekend's Breeders' Cup World Championships with Gazette horse racing writer Mike MacAdam. The Gazette's Adam Shinder makes his weekly appearance to preview the Section II football semifinals. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
The Machine Bryce Maddox joins Will to discuss the world of Indy wrestling. From CCW to wrestling abroad in Spain, they try and touch on as much as they can while Bryce does his cardio. From working the territories in the American South, to cutting his teeth on the “old school” ways. The current CCW Champion is an avid gym goer and even deep dives a little into his musical choices. Out Now on All Platforms!!!
Saturday's 33-13 win over Northwestern was a breath of fresh air for the Iowa offense. What's sustainable, particularly when it comes to the play of the offensive line and quarterback Spencer Petras? The Gazette's John Steppe and Mike Hlas share our thoughts on The Final Score podcast. » https://joinsubtext.com/hawkeyes (Join our free text group)
President Joe Biden visits Syracuse this week to celebrate the $100 billion investment in Central New York. Our political observer Alan Chartock discusses the audit that finds New York City is not prepared for the next superstorm. Also, the two candidates for New York governor square off in their one and only debate before the election.
Welcome to this year's spooky Halloween special! Bridget and Brookes discuss the pros and cons of becoming a vampire, brainstorm their dream Halloween costumes, and rate their ability to survive in a horror movie. This podcast is also available to watch on YouTube!Follow us on Twitter @BridgetKelley98, @zachcalderon, and @andsarahsaid!Join our Discord community! Follow us on Twitch! @dxxnya on Twitter@thatmaldonmod on TikTokGaga Costume Photo here"Vampire myths originated with a real blood disorder" via Queen's Gazette Get bonus content and early access to new episodes on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/fighting-with-friends. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
New law to Curb Recidivist Crimes & Violence in Thailand | GMT Mother seeks help after 14-year-old daughter turns to prostitution. Police raid illegal nightclubs for Chinese, seize luxury cars. New law to curb recidivist sex crimes, violence: Gazette. Drivers return nearly 100,000 baht found on the road to the owner. Mother seeks help after 14-year-old daughter turns to prostitution. Spiderman spins the web to promote Thai tourism. Ugandan prostitute snatches hundreds of thousands of baht from British tourists in Pattaya. - all are coming up today. Spread the happiness at "Andamanda Phuket": https://www.andamandaphuket.com/ Tour BISP Today! https://bis.openapply.com/tours/new Place Your First Trade with AAAFx in less than 15 minutes: https://my.aaafx.com/register Ad-free website, 3 months free for subscribers and members: https://thethaiger.com/?youtube=membership Join our podcast: https://forms.gle/HWHjJudjApKECnVD7 For sponsoring GMT or any business inquiries, please contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org BROWSE to read the latest news: https://thethaiger.com
This week's Hawk Off The Press podcast begins with an Iowa field hockey update with head coach Lisa Cellucci. Then, https://twitter.com/scottdochterman (Scott Dochterman) of The Athletic joins The Gazette's John Steppe to discuss https://www.thegazette.com/iowa-football/big-ten-releases-revised-2023-football-schedule/ (Big Ten football scheduling news), what Iowa's future schedules might look like and where the Hawkeyes' offense goes from here. » Sign up for the free https://subscribepage.com/hawks (Hawk Off The Press newsletter)
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette sports editor Ken Schott talks with ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor and fellow Philadelphia native Kevin Negandhi as they celebrate their Philadelphia Phillies reaching the World Series against the Houston Astros. The Gazette's Adam Shinder makes his weekly appearance to preview the final weekend of the regular season for Section II teams in Class AA, A, B and D and the start of the playoffs in Class C. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
We live in the Tampa area, and are fortunate to have friends and family visit us regularly. We enjoy taking them on a 1 day tour of the best of the Tampa Bay region, which includes Ybor City, Sparkman Wharf, downtown Saint Petersburg, and a tour of the entire beach region from the southern tip of St Pete Beach all the way to Clearwater Beach, ending in a spectacular Gulf Coast sunset. In this episode we'll explain how you can also go on this 1 day "sampler" of the Tampa Bay region. Enjoy!Amazon affiliate link to the DeLorme Atlas & Gazette : https://amzn.to/3MZdvgASparkman Wharf: https://sparkmanwharf.com/Ybor City : https://yborcityonline.com/Our favorite cigar shop in Ybor City : https://tabanerocigars.com/Pass A Grille: https://www.visitpassagrille.com/Best Maryland Crab Cakes, beachfront in Pass A Grille : https://thebrassmonkey.net/Palm Pavilion on Clearwater Beach : https://palmpavilion.com/Pier60 at Clearwater Beach :https://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/profile/pier-60-clearwater-beach/139755Joe's Stone Crabs in Miami Beach: https://joesstonecrab.com/ Joe's Stone Crab Claws copycat mustard sauce recipe: https://www.food.com/recipe/joes-stone-crab-mustard-sauce-132230
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer stops in Albany to make a new push to limit the use of Chinese-made semiconductor chips. Our political observer Alan Chartock discusses the state environmental bond act. Also, New York Governor Kathy Hochul is criticizing her opponent's ties to former President Trump as she sees her lead slip.
The defense played great. And yet, it was a 54-10 loss. The offense seemingly doesn't have any answers. The Gazette' John Steppe and Mike Hlas discuss the postgame talking points on The Final Score.
Happy Football Friday! Buckeyes and Hawkeyes set to face off, CBJ win late, Jim Lachey joins the show at 12:33pm, Overs & Unders at 12:48pm, CMC gets traded to the 49ers, Under Pressure at 1:20pm, CFB Picks at 1:33pm, Tim May joins for the Buckeye Bulletin, Will the Iowa offense get any success Saturday, and Big Game Preview w/ The Gazette's John Steppe at 2:33pm!
Karl and Gazette reporter Lori Dunn recap testimony in the first five days of the punishment phase of Taylor Parker's trial. Parker, 29, was found guilty of capital murder Oct. 3, 2022, for killing Reagan Michelle Hancock, 21, and cutting her infant daughter, Braxlynn Sage Hancock, from the womb Oct. 9, 2020 in New Boston, Texas. The prosecution is asking for the death penalty, while the defense is arguing for life in prison.
Friend of the podcast Zach Martin joins as the boys break down quite a bit of Iowa High School Football with the playoffs from 8-Player to Class 2A coming up on Friday, the pod then wraps up with discussions about Iowa and Iowa State and the realistic possibility that NEITHER team makes a bowl game in 2022
Cleveland.com and Cleveland Plain-Dealer columnist Doug Lesmerises picked Iowa to finish last in the Big Ten West this season. Ahead of Saturday's game at No. 2 Ohio State, the Buckeyes say they aren't dismissing the Hawkeyes — but Lesmerises is. Lesmerises joins the Hawk Off The Press podcast with The Gazette's John Steppe to break down the battle between Iowa's defense and OSU's offense, then discuss why he's “disgusted” by the Ferentz-led Iowa offense and why Iowa fans deserve better.
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” Daily Gazette sports editor Ken Schott is joined by The Associated Press' Tim Reynolds to preview the NBA season. Schott and Reynolds also discuss the success of their favorite baseball team, the Philadelphia Phillies. Speaking of baseball, Newsday's Tim Healey wraps up the New York Mets' season. The Gazette's Adam Shinder makes his weekly appearance to preview Week 7 of the high school football season. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
The following are links used to prepare this episode:https://verlorene-generation.com/en/kuenstler/berg-else/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Else_Berghttp://www.arthurkampf.de/biographie/arthur-kampf-biographie_en.htmlhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mommie_SchwarzTo view rewards for supporting the podcast, please visit Warfare's Patreon page.To leave questions or comments about this or other episodes of the podcast, please email Stephanie@warfareofartandlaw.com. © Stephanie Drawdy To view rewards for supporting the podcast, please visit Warfare's Patreon page.To leave questions or comments about this or other episodes of the podcast and/or for information about joining the 2ND Saturday discussion on art, culture and justice, please message me at email@example.com. © Stephanie Drawdy 
Union supporters rally at an Amazon warehouse in upstate New York in a bid to become the company's second workplace in the country to unionize. Our political observer Alan Chartock discusses the status of the state attorney general's investigation into former President Trump. Also, we'll join U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand in Plattsburgh where she highlighted funding for home heating assistance this winter.
The Gazette's Iowa Ideas conference featured a panel discussing what NIL means for athletes, programs and fans as a new era of college sports takes hold. Panelists include: Brad Heinrichs, founder of the https://iowaswarm.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjw7p6aBhBiEiwA83fGuiWitK6o-quncjuZtLbho9I_Q8e_T4p0jrRYMJVsHlNHL4iXaN84JBoCXnYQAvD_BwE (Swarm collective) Lyla Clerry, Iowa senior associate athletics director for compliance and sports performance David Harris, Northern Iowa athletics director Host: John Steppe, The Gazette Learn more about Iowa Ideas at https://www.iowaideas.com/ (iowaideas.com).
University of Iowa has suspended its search for a new for a new health care VP and medical college dean. After narrowing down the search to four candidates, administrators extended an offer to one of the finalists, but the finalist declined due to family obligations. UI Executive Vice President and Provost Kevin Kregel said “I am sorry that we could not come to an agreement, but we certainly respect the candidate's decision…We will re-evaluate the search process and launch it again as soon as possible. We are eager to find candidates who share our exciting vision for the growth of the university's health care system and for the Carver College of Medicine.” Brooks Jackson, the university's current vice president for medical affairs and medical college dean — who announced plans to resign in February — has agreed to continue serving at the helm until UI hires a successor. Then Jackson will remain on the faculty as a professor and researcher — just not in the administrative role. Kim Reynolds earns top mark for fiscal responsibility in conservative group's report. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds received the highest grade for fiscal responsibility among the nation's governors in a report issued by the conservative Cato Institute. The biennial report grades governors on their fiscal policies from a limited government perspective, and awards higher grades to governors whose states have cut taxes and spending, according to the Cato Institute. Reynolds said in a news release from the governor's office: “Iowa prides itself on stewarding taxpayer dollars with care and an eye toward growth…That means exercising restraint in our spending and taking every opportunity to return tax dollars to the hardworking Iowans who generated them in the first place. This is their money — not the government's — and they have a right to expect their own representatives to act like it. I'm grateful to the Cato Institute for recognizing that Iowa does so.” Today marks the 2nd day of The Gazette's 2022 Iowa Ideas. Iowa Ideas is an annual virtual conference designed to gather Iowans from all perspectives to explore, discuss and offer solutions on issues impacting the state. Today's schedule includes Speed Networking, and two sessions of panels across nine different tracks including Art & Culture, Community Development, Education, Energy and Environment, Heath Care, Human & Social Services, Policy, and Workforce. Registration is free, and all panels will be available as replays on IowaIdeas.com.
On this week's edition of the On Iowa Politics podcast: The 1st District candidates lean into their core issues, debates past and future in the 2nd District, and Siouxlanders having trouble filling candidate events. On Iowa Politics is a weekly news and analysis podcast that aims to re-create the kinds of conversations that happen when you get political reporters from across Iowa together after the day's deadlines have been met. This week's show is hosted by The Gazette's Des Moines Bureau Chief Erin Murphy and features Gazette Deputy Bureau Chief Tom Barton, Sarah Watson of the Quad City Times, Jared McNett of the Sioux City Journal, and Gazette Opinion Editor Todd Dorman. The show was produced by Stephen M. Colbert, and the music heard on the podcast is courtesy of Iowa bands Item 9 & The Mad Hatters and Copperhead.
This is John McGlothlen with The Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Thursday, October 13th. According to the National Weather Service, it will be mostly sunny in the Cedar Rapids area today, with a high near 55. It will be breezy, with a northwest wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 20 to 25 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 35 mph. Then tonight it should be mostly clear, with a low around 33. An Iowa City man pleaded guilty to stabbing his wife multiple times in 2019 before she was scheduled to speak to a banking official who would have told her about his risky high-interest loans, falsified accounting records and that he emptied one of her savings accounts. 70-year-old Roy Carl Browning Jr., of Iowa City, originally charged with first-degree murder, made an Alford plea to second-degree murder. He still faces a life sentence because a second-degree conviction is 50 years in prison. He will have to serve a mandatory 35 years before being eligible for parole. Under the Alford plea, Browning didn't admit guilt but admitted that the prosecution had enough evidence for a likely conviction in the murder of his wife, 65-year-old JoEllen Browning. A pair of former Iowa broadcast journalists running for an Eastern Iowa congressional seat argued policy over abortion, infrastructure, parental rights and more in their first televised debate before the Nov. 8th general election. Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Ashley Hinson of Marion and Democratic challenger Liz Mathis of Hiawatha participated Wednesday in an hourlong debate hosted by their former employer, KCRG-TV9. Hinson and Mathis are running for Iowa's newly drawn 2nd Congressional District, which includes 22 counties in Iowa's northeast corner, and includes the cities of Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Dubuque and Mason City. Up to $96 million in business capital, including loans, will be made available to Iowa start-ups and small and veteran-owned businesses under a state plan approved this week by the federal treasury department. The funding is being made available through the federal State Small Business Credit Initiative, a program that was created in 2010 and renewed and expanded in the latest federal pandemic relief package, the American Rescue Plan. –
On the latest edition of “The Parting Schotts Podcast,” sports editor Ken Schott gets you ready for the Union College men's hockey game Thursday against Bentley. He has interviews with Dutchmen head coach Josh Hauge, and players Nic Petruolo, Liam Robertson and Kyle Chauvette. The puck has dropped on the 2022-23 NHL season. Stephen Whyno, NHL beat writer for The Associated Press, helps preview the season. The Gazette's Adam Shinder makes his weekly appearance to preview Week 6 of the high school football season. “The Parting Schotts Podcast” is available wherever you get your podcasts and at https://dailygazette.com/category/sports/parting-schotts.
Kristina Rivas-Jones is director of 100 Families Alliance, a new project of the Literacy Council of Miller and Bowie Counties. 100 Families seeks to coordinate services available to families in crisis — and as you'll hear, there are already some local success stories. Gazette reporter Mallory Wyatt joined Karl in talking to Kristina about how 100 Families works, why she felt called to take on the job, how her personal background prepared her for it, and more. LINKS 100 Families on Literacy Council website 100 Families on Facebook
Tech Company Micron announces a $100 billion investment to build a series of state-of-the-art semiconductor fabrication plants near Syracuse. Our political observer Alan Chartock discusses pay to play political accusations against New York Governor Kathy Hochul. Also, a new study aims to predict how remote work will impact the economy and city planning. Photo: Mike Kroll courtesy of the office of Gov. Hochul.
The Gazette's John Steppe answers questions from https://joinsubtext.com/hawkeyes (our Iowa Hawkeyes text group) on this week's Hawk Off The Press podcast. Some of the questions include: How has Bret Bielema become successful so quickly at Illinois? What would it take for Iowa to make a coaching change to improve its offense? How exactly do you see the Iowa offense improving when it still ranks near the buttom nationally? Which offensive line rotation has been the best? » Sign up for the https://subscribepage.com/hawks (free Hawk Off The Press newsletter).
First of all, thanks for your patience and apologies for last week's cancellation, but sometimes life just takes over. Podcasting is a great pleasure for me, but professional obligations need to be prioritized anyway. One thing I need to say though: for the next few weeks this text accompanying the show will be a bit shorter and not so detailed as it was in the last two years, also just for capacity reasons with myself and my friend Ursula, who wrote most of those texts. No worries, she won't stop completely, but it will not be so regular and weekly as until now. But after this intro, welcome to this interesting talk on our new episode. It is rather rare that we talk politics here, or rather ideology, or... ? Well, with my guest Rhyd Wildermuth Occultism, or rather Esotericism, as he prefers to name it, and ideology are inseparable. Why? Well, he will explain you. Who is Rhyd? A publisher, a writer ... well, let him tell us by himself: I'm a druid. A gay punk gardener gym bro. An occasional nomad. A theorist and a poet. A publisher and editor. Sometimes an anarchist, sometimes a Marxist. I'm devoted to Brythonic and Gallic gods and some local land spirits and ancestors. I'm all of those things, and also other things. I'm mostly on the side of good. Enjoy the talk! Rhyd Wildermuth is a pagan theorist, a nomadic anarchist, a queer poet, and a punk bard. He's one of the two co-founders of God&Radicals Press, its Managing Editor, and a co-editor of Gods&Radicals: A Site of Beautiful Resistance. Appalachian-born, self-raised and self-taught, he's lived on both coasts of the colonized lands of America; led by dreams, wanderlust, and love he now lives in French-occupied Bretagne. He is the author of four books (including one with Alley Valkyrie) and the book editor of most Gods&Radicals Press publications. His essays have appeared in Black Seed, on Anti-Fascist News and The Wild Hunt, but he writes primarily at Gods&Radicals: A Site of Beautiful Resistance. In addition, he maintains his own blog at PAGANARCH and occasional erotic stories at FUR/SWEAT/FLESH. He is also the co-host of EMPIRES CRUMBLE, a twice-monthly podcast on politics, culture, history, and magic with Alley Valkyrie. A link to Rhyd Wildermuth's personal site "A beautiful resistance" - the site with all books, the academy and the blog Rhyd mentioned SILVIA FEDERICI - here is her Wikipedia page He also spoke about ERICA LAGALISSE - here is her website The same for BAYO AKOMOLAFE And finally the Dark Mountain Website, by PAUL KINGSWORTH Music played in this episode In this episode, we return to Japanese Rock Music: The Gazette (stylized as the GazettE, also GZE, as I say in the show), formerly known as Gazette (Japanese: ガゼット, Hepburn: Gazetto), is a Japanese visual kei rock band, formed in Kanagawa in early 2002 (source: Wikipedia) 1) WITHOUT A TRACE (Track starts at 7:42) 2) MISEINEN (Track starts at 55:18) 3) LAST HEAVEN (Track starts at 1:34:14) Intro and Outro Musicespecially written and recorded for the Thoth-Hermes Podcast by Chris Roberts
Kinnick Stadium https://www.thegazette.com/iowa-football/kinnick-has-been-where-top-five-teams-come-to-die-but-iowas-offense-must-be-alive-vs-no-4-mich/ (has been "where top-five teams go to die.") No. 4 Michigan has plenty to worry about when it comes to that road atmosphere and Iowa's defense. But can the Hawkeyes do enough on offense to pull off the upset Saturday? The Gazette's https://twitter.com/jsteppe1 (John Steppe) previews the game with https://twitter.com/chengelis (Angelique Chengelis) of The Detroit News on this episode of Hawk Off The Press. » Sign up for the https://subscribepage.com/hawks (free Hawk Off The Press newsletter).
The takeaway from Iowa's 27-10 win over Rutgers: This team is getting better. Oh, and Cooper DeJean is a star. The Gazette's John Steppe and Mike Hlas discuss their postgame reactions on this episode of The Final Score.