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The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Segment 5 8-15-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 25:08


Bernie visits with St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold. Bernie and Derrick chat about Albert Pujols' impact this season and if there's any chance he plays beyond this season. They also examine Giovanny Gallegos' struggles with his fastball this season.

Sports Open Line
Cardinals prospect Chandler Redmond hits for home run cycle

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 44:42


Sports Open Line is limited to one hour tonight due to KMOX's broadcast of the Cardinals and Rockies game. Matt Pauley is joined by Daniel Guerrero who covers the St. Louis Cardinals minor league system for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and STL Pinch Hits to discuss Springfield Cardinal Chandler Redmond hitting for the home run cycle. Redmond drove in 11 runs that game. Matt also discusses Oliver Marmol's postgame comments after today's loss to the Rockies and takes your calls all hour. Tomorrow: Cardinals vs Brewers at 7:15pm; Pregame show at 6:20pm Sports Open Line with Matt Pauley airs weeknights 6-8pm when the Cardinals are off. Follow Matt on Twitter: @MattPauleyOnAir

Best Podcast in Baseball
What Cardinals gold glover Nolan Arenado is still trying to catch

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 29:23


Two longtime Colorado baseball writers, MLB.com's Thomas Harding and The Denver Post's Patrick Saunders, join St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss the brilliance of Nolan Arenado at third base and what, despite all the Gold Glove awards, he's yet to catch. And can he find that with the Cardinals? The three baseball writers recall Arenado's finest plays in the field, the legacy he left behind in Colorado, how he forced the Rockies to consider their direction and whether that will have a lasting influence on the organization. Plus, the two Denver baseball writers answer a question key to St. Louis: What does Nolan Arenado want in an organization, and is there a chance he opts-out of his contract with the Cardinals to seek it somewhere else? The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday,com, and Derrick Goold.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside the Post-Dispatch
Daniel Neman on pivoting from food writing to retail reporting: Inside the Post-Dispatch

Inside the Post-Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 33:00


Recently, longtime St. Louis Post-Dispatch food writer Dan Neman pivoted to retail reporting on our business team. Neman discusses his new beat with podcast hosts Beth O'Malley and Liz Miller, including a few recent stories and columns that resonated with readers.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Making Awesome - Inventors, makers, small business
How to Review PROFESSIONALLY with Denise Bertacchi!!! - Making Awesome S2E47

Making Awesome - Inventors, makers, small business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 105:52


This week we are joined by Denise Bertacchi, a professional 3D printer Reviewer for @Tom's Hardware . Denise has looked at and reviewed tons of machines in her days there, but that is not where her skills stop! She is neither an engineer nor a professional graphic designer so she approaches 3D Printing from the vantage point of a pure hobbyist. Denise is a 3D printer reviewer for Tom's Hardware, but before that she was just a blogger who discovered the joy of making tiny plastic dumpster fires for all her friends. She has a fledgling 3d printing blog, https://stldenise3d.com, and a 10-year-old mom blog, https://stlMotherhood.com. She's been a stringer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a columnist for St. Louis Magazine and a reporter for a now gutted hyperlocal news site, https://Patch.com https://twitter.com/stlDenise3D https://www.instagram.com/stldenise3d/ __________________________________ Do you have an idea you want to get off the ground? Reach out to the Making Awesome Podcast through https://3DMusketeers.com/podcast and someone will get you set up to be a guest!

The Big Show
The Big Show 08/08/22 Hour 1

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 46:35


Andy and Brenden recap the weekend for the Cardinals, chat with Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about Mizzou Football's fall camp, and do a rare double under the bus for a baseball broadcaster.

The Big Show
Dave Matter - 8/8/22

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 15:11


Who will have the edge in the Mizzou quarterback battle? Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch joined the Big Show on Monday to discuss the latest developments in the race for starting QB, and whether or not there's more pressure on the defense to improve in 2022.

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: Cardinals feeling confidence

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 9:11


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the Cardinals sweeping the New York Yankees over the weekend, plus getting immediate contributions from new players as well as other returning to the roster. Also, wondering who Mizzou will have taking the snaps with the season weeks away from kickoff. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

Fantasy Hockey Life
EP 211 | St. Louis Blues with Tom Timmermann

Fantasy Hockey Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 99:21


Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch joins Victor and Jesse to talk Blues. Pros covered include Vladimir Tarasenko, Jordan Kyrou, Robert Thomas, Pavel Buchnevich, Brayden Schenn, Ryan O'Reilly, Ivan Barbashev, Nathan Walker, Klim Kostin, Logan Brown, Torey Krug, Justin Faulk, Colton Parayko, Scott Perunovich, Calle Rosen, Jordan Binnington, Thomas Greiss, and Joel Hofer. (1:02) Dan Tiffany of Dobbert Prospects brings "Tiff's Takes" on the goalies. In the Dynasty Dig (1:08), Victor breaks down Scott Perunovich, Jake Neighbours, and Zachary Bolduc with the help of reports from FHL Scouts Matt, Jake and Tony. Mason Black (@NHLRankKing) delivers poll results comparing these three to similarly rostered or performing prospects and Jesse and Victor debate the results. Our show is presented by Fantrax.com and proud to be a part of the Dobber Podcast Network. Email fantasyhockeylife@gmail.com and ask to join our free discord. Join our Patreon at Patreon.com/fantasyhockeylife for rankings, bonus podcasts, in-depth prospect reports with video, show notes and more. Listen and subscribe wherever podcasts are posted - and give us 5 stars! We want to be your best place to talk about the game of dynasty fantasy hockey. For an explanation of tiers, check the @fanhockeylife twitter.

Best Podcast in Baseball
Did Cardinals do enough at deadline to 'get hot' or just warmer?

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 44:56


Against National League rivals that got better at the deadline, the Cardinals will need to have the best bullpen in Octobers, argues Hall of Fame baseball writer Rick Hummel. Did they do enough at the deadline to assure that? That's the theme of a brand new Best Podcast in Baseball, featuring Hummel and his St. Louis Post-Dispatch colleague Derrick Goold, a baseball writer and host of BPIB. The Cardinals added two lefty starters at the deadline and a right-handed reliever. They did not make the huge splash of San Diego (Juan Soto, Josh Bell), the name-brand move of Philadelphia (Noan Syndergaard, David Robertson), or even the familiar savvy move of Atlanta Braves (Jake Odorizzi). What they did do is invite questions about a front office eager to expect the best from its roster, betting on it to maximize its ability and "get hot," while being more conservative when it comes to helping. The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goodl.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: The Yanks are coming

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 9:58


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the Cardinals hosting the Yankees for the weekend that will feature past players like Matt Carpenter, plus new players like Jordan Montgomery. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: Election factors moving forward

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 10:52


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist on some of the more interesting election results including victories for Katherine Pinner and Eric Schmitt, plus look ahead to some of the key factors that will impact the November General Election. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/antoniofrench

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: 'Look at me' politics

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 10:52


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist on the latest from the races on election day including the curious impact of former President Donald Trump. Also, curious about Senator Josh Hawley planning to vote against NATO additions. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/antoniofrench

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: Game of 'chicken' for Soto

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 13:57


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the latest with the Juan Soto sweepstakes a day before the MLB trade deadline, and other potential names to consider. Also, the passing of legend Bill Russell, and the NFL suspending QB Deshaun Watson. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Segment 5 8-1-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:39


Bernie chats with St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold as they discuss what moves John Mozeliak may make in the 24 hours leading to the MLB Trade Deadline.

Best Podcast in Baseball
What Cardinals can learn from Blue Jays about bashing baseballs

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 36:23


Within this brand new BPIB there are discussions about developing hitters, surviving the AL East, an AL view of the Cardinals, and how Stubby Clapp and Tyler O'Neill have come to represent Canada baseball. First, there is a discussion about the travel restrictions at the border that limit entry to Canada and the U.S. for visitors who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. While so much attention is on the players visitors are missing, the Blue Jays are at a competitive disadvantage due to fewer players available and roster management. Are they galvanized by this disadvantage? Fast forward 5 minutes if you want to get straight to the talk about offense. The Toronto Blue Jays have another young group of power-packed hitters leading baseball's hottest lineup. It's a homegrown, augmented lineup the likes of which the Cardinals have long wanted to create, but lacked the same ability to develop and debut impact young hitters. So how do the Jays do it? Is there a Jays' Way? Shi Davidi, senior baseball columnist for Sportsnet and Sportsnet.Ca, joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss offense and how to thrive in the AL East a team better 'bang.' The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Open Line
Goldschmidt, Arenado to miss Toronto series due to vaccine status

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 34:11


In the first hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Matt Pauley speaks with Carter Chapley, Digital Baseball Producer at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, on Cardinals superstars Paul Goldschmidt and Nolan Arenado missing the upcoming series in Toronto due to vaccine requirements. Not to mention, the Cards just dropped 2 of 3 to the Reds, and Steven Matz is injured again. Matt spends the latter half of the hour taking your calls and texts to get your thoughts on the vaccine situation. Tomorrow: Cardinals @ Blue Jays at 6:07pm CT. Follow Matt Pauley on Twitter @MattPauleyOnAir

OverDrive
OverDrive - Hour 3 - July 26, 2022

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 44:13


Hour 3 as we wrap up a Tuesday on OverDrive with Bryan Hayes, Frank Corrado & Jonas Siegel as the guys get into Jonas' Top-15 NFL Quarterback list plus we get into some Confirm or Deny brought to you by Don Valley North Lexus. Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch stops by from the Rogers Centre ahead of the Jays series versus the Cardinals plus our OverDrive Best Bets brought to you by FanDuel!

OverDrive
Derrick Goold on Pujols' farewell tour, Cards' depleted lineup & St. Louis' chances at landing Soto

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 10:00


Lead writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Derrick Goold joined OverDrive ahead of the Jays' opener against the Cardinals. He touched on the lack of attention on Pujols' farewell tour, the Cardinals' depleted lineup against the Jays, reaction from St. Louis fans, and the Cards' chances at landing Soto.

Sports Open Line
Juan Soto or Starting Pitcher? ft. Carter Chapley

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 10:41


This is a segment from the first hour of Monday night's Sports Open Line. Matt Pauley is joined by Carter Chapley, the Digital Baseball Producer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and STL Pinch Hits, to discuss a variety of Cardinals topics: unvaccinated players missing games in Toronto, the decision to pursue Juan Soto or starting pitching (or both), Steven Matz and Harrison Bader continuing to be plagued by injury, and the BIrds' series loss to Cincinnati...oh, and Tim Horton's. Hear the full hour here: https://omny.fm/shows/sports-open-line/goldschmidt-arenado-to-miss-toronto-series-due-to

The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Segment 2 7-25-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 23:57


St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold joins Bernie from Toronto. Derrick goes in depth explaining how he and Rick Hummel reported on the Cardinals' unvaccinated players missing the series in Toronto and how the players aren't the only ones subject to regulations. Derrick also discusses the state of the team including how it may plug in holes on the pitching staff.

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: Realities with Soto and Tkachuk

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 8:02


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the Cardinals being in trade market for slugger Juan Soto and/or starting pitching, plus the Blues chances with acquiring hometown star Matthew Tkachuk. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

Sports Open Line
"Not surprised" at limited Cardinal playing time in All Star Game ft. Derrick Goold

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 9:09


This is a clip from the first hour of Wednesday night's Sports Open Line with Matt Pauley. Derrick Goold, lead Cardinals beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, explains why he was not shocked at the fact that Paul Goldschmidt and Albert Pujols each only had one at bat in the 2022 MLB All Star Game. Hear the full first hour hear: https://omny.fm/shows/sports-open-line/mlb-all-star-game-recap

Mark Reardon Show
Pet overpopulation reaches critical levels

Mark Reardon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:16


Hour 2: Sue brings you today's Sue's News! Then, Dara Ashby, who has worked in federal disaster animal rescue and pet overpopulation for 30 years, joins the show to discuss her piece in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about St. Louis pet overpopulation reaching what she calls catastrophic proportions.

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: All about Aldermen numbers

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 9:44


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, as well as former City of St. Louis Alderman, on the City having to vote for temporary Aldermen with many changes coming. Also, the complications of trying to re-write the City of St. Louis charter. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/AntonioFrench

Sports Open Line
MLB All Star Game Recap

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 34:52


In the first hour of tonight's Sports Open Line, Matt Pauley speaks with Brian Walton, owner and operator of TheCardinalNation.com, on the Cardinals draft picks and minor league prospects. Matt is also joined by Derrick Goold, lead Cardinals beat writer for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, to recap All Star events and explain some of Brian Snitker's managerial decisions for the National League. In tomorrow's show….. We check in with Lou Korac of NHL.com for Blues rumors, Gary LaRocque for news on Cardinals prospects and draft picks, and more! Follow Matt on Twitter @MattPauleyOnAir

Sports Open Line
The State of the NL Central: Cincinnati Reds ft. Bobby Nightengale, Jr.

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 37:19


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.

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: City basics measurably worse

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 11:28


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist on the City of St. Louis struggling to still address sanitation issues. Also, thoughts on the Missouri's 1st Congressional District race between Cori Bush and Steven Roberts. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/AntonioFrench

Sports Open Line
CLIP: Benjamin Hochman on the Cardinals at the trade deadline

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 11:58


This is a clip from the second hour of Sports Open Line with Matt Pauley. "This is the year to splurge!" proclaims St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Benjamin Hochman after being asked what the Cardinals must do at the trade deadline to bring home another championship. Hear Ben's thoughts on what moves the Cardinals can make, which involve some the Cardinals talented prospects, in this clip from Sports Open Line. Hear the full hour here: https://omny.fm/shows/sports-open-line/the-state-of-the-nl-central-cincinnati-reds-ft-bob

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: Baseball pedigree on display

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 11:26


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the Cardinals at the All-Star Break, seeing MLB honor Albert Pujols, some recognizable last names in the MLB Draft, plus more! Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

Best Podcast in Baseball
Do Cardinals brass have moxie to make midseason moves to be great

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 55:59


"The season of the front office." That's what St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson called the 2022 season as it began, and more than 90 games in -- it still is. Frederickson joins St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer and BPIB host Derrick Goold to discuss the Cardinals at the All-Star break. They're a good team, a team with a winning record, and a team in need of a significant pitching upgrade to remain in the hunt to be a playoff team, let alone a great team. That puts them in a pinch. The front office has proven it can rebuild a bullpen during a season, but to do so this season might mean adding a frontline starter, which they've been reluctant to do in the past, let alone at the trade deadline. The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Stltoday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Entertainment(x)
Mike Isaacson Part 2 The Muny, Moving Forward and Honesty

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 14:26


Mike Isaacson, Currently in his ninth season and only the third person to hold this position in The Muny's 103-year history. To date, he has produced 56 Muny shows, 23 of which had never been on the Muny stage before. He has collaborated at The Muny with many Tony award winners and breakthrough talents, including Christian Borle, Colin Donnell, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Gary Griffin, Heather Headley, Jennifer Holliday, Denis Jones, Laura Michelle Kelly, Dan Knecht- ges, Beth Leavel, Norm Lewis, Beth Malone, Kathleen Marshall, Patti Murin, Josh Rhodes, Emily Skinner and Ken Page. The Riverfront Times wrote, “Under the leadership of executive producer Mike Isaacson, the quality of Muny productions rose like the proverbial phoenix.” The St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him “Theatre Artist of the Year,” noting that by “staging one impressive production after another, he made The Muny simultaneously hip and – be- lieve it – important to our community.” During Isaacson's tenure, The Muny has produced new developmental productions of Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn, Lerner and Loewe's Paint Your Wagon and The Unsinkable Molly Brown. During its record-breaking 100th season, The Muny became the first theatre in the world to produce the legendary Jerome Robbins' Broadway, doing unprecedented archival work on both the artistic and business side. During that same season, The Muny produced the U.S. regional premiere of Jersey Boys. Isaacson has changed the look and feel of a Muny production, overseeing a transformation in every aspect of pro- duction that culminated in 2019 with the arrival of the theatre's extraordinary James S. Mc- Donnell stage, a state-of-the art stage house that includes revolutionary LED technology, automated sets and a host of other innovations. During the summer of 2020, when The Muny was closed due to COVID-19, Mike produced and created The Muny 2020 Variety Hour Live!, an online show that reached more than a worldwide audience of over 400,000.   With Kristin Caskey, Isaacson has produced more than 23 Broadway musicals and plays, national tours, off-Broadway and London productions. All told, his productions have received more than 122 Tony nominations and 34 Tony Awards. Last year, he produced the highly ac- claimed David Byrne's American Utopia, which made every major “Top 10” list, and became a highly acclaimed film by Spike Lee on HBO, for which he also served as an executive produc- er. Just as the COVID-19 shutdown of Broadway began, he was awaiting the first preview of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, starring Mathew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.   Also, during the shutdown, Isaacson served as a supporting producer of the acclaimed re- vival of The Unsinkable Molly Brown at New York's Transport Group. Other career highlights include: Fun Home (2015 Tony Award, Best Musical; 2018 Olivier nominee for Best Musical), Legally Blonde the Musical (2011 Olivier Award, Best Musical), Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Tony Award, Best Musical), Red (2010 Tony Award, Best Play), The Humans (2016 Tony Award, Best Play), If/Then, starring Idina Menzel, Lanford Wilson's Burn This, starring Adam Driver and Kerri Russell (2019 Tony nomination for Best Revival of a Play), Bring It On: The Musical (2013 Tony nomination for Best Musical), A Doll's House 2 (2017 Tony nomination for Best Play), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999 Tony nomination for Best Revival of a Musical), The Seagull, starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard, Caroline, or Change (Tony nomination for Best Musical); One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (2001 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play) and Death of a Salesman (1999 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play). For the Independent Presenters Network, Isaacson served as producer for Spamalot (2005 Tony Award, Best Musical), Ragtime (revival) and The Color Purple (2006 Tony nomination for Best Musical).   He has received the St. Louis Arts and Education Council's Award for Excellence in the Arts and has been awarded The Broadway League's and Theatre Development Fund's Commercial Theater Institute “Robert Whitehead” Award for excellence in producing. He has served on the board of governors and executive committee of The Broadway League and received the Samuel J. L'Hommedieu Award. He has also received the Equality Award from the St. Louis Chapter of Human Rights Campaign.

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: Medical issue rather than criminal

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 10:50


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist on the lack of services treating those with drug addiction issues in the community. Also, the political theater being seen over the fight with abortion in the area, and first impression on who's looking to fill the City Board of Aldermen presidency. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/antoniofrench

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Qasim Rashid and Aisha Sultan Episode 645

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 90:20


 Qasim Rashid earned his law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law and has a long track record of serving diverse communities in Virginia. This includes his work to combat domestic and sexual violence against women, uplift the incarcerated through prison chaplaincy, serve his neighbors through blood drives and highway cleanups, and advocate for children's education. Qasim channels his passion to serve the marginalized by working with national and international non-profit organizations that advance women's rights, improve water, food, shelter, healthcare, and education access for children living in poverty, and fight to protect the religious freedom for all people. To that end Qasim has written numerous books, given hundreds of interviews, and testified before the US Commission on International Religious Freedom to protect the rights of persecuted religious minorities around the world. Likewise, Qasim has worked with the US Government to improve national security here at home, while upholding the United States Constitution as the supreme law of the land. In addition to his humanitarian commitments, Qasim works as a consultant to help major organizations, small businesses, and non-profits improve their corporate strategies, messaging, and innovation. He loves interfaith dialogue, running marathons, reading, and spending time with his wife and children. Qasim and his family attend worship services at the Masroor Mosque in Manassas. Qasim Rashid is a human rights lawyer and author. His new book is for kids and it's called Hannah and the Ramadan gift.  AISHA SULTAN is a nationally syndicated columnist and features writer. Her work connects with parents trying to balance work and home life, while raising kids in a complex, digital age. She chronicles the lives of families – those intimate relationships in which we battle and love most intensely. In their daily decisions, their small victories and defeats, readers look for someone with whom to connect. Aisha's ability to authentically share these struggles, from the poignant to the hilarious, brings readers back week after week. The Society of Features Journalism has repeatedly recognized her commentary as among the best in the country. The Asian American Journalists Association honored her coverage of the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., with an Excellence in Print national writing award. She is a former Knight Wallace Fellow, during which she took a sabbatical at the University of Michigan to dive into how technology is changing modern family life. She also produces videos and films, hosts a weekly podcast, speaks at conferences and frequently appears on television. Her work has appeared in more than a hundred print and digital publications, including The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Quartz and runs weekly in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. She is producing a series of short films about race relations in the heartland and a collection of essays about being a Muslim mom in the Midwest. She lives in St. Louis with her husband and two children. Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more  

The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Segment 7 7-13-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 15:54


Bernie visits with St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold as they discuss the latest news around the team and highlight how Albert Pujols seems to be enjoying himself more than he ever did during his first tenure with the Cardinals.

What Works: The Future of Local News
What Works Episode 35 | Steve Waldman

What Works: The Future of Local News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 43:41


Dan and Ellen talk with Steve Waldman, the president and co-founder of Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms to report on undercovered communities. Steve came up with the concept in 2014 and joined forces with The Ground Truth Project to launch RFA in 2017. In the projects we're reporting on for this podcast and for our book, "What Works: The Future of Local News," we've run across a number of RFA corps members. They usually have a couple of years of experience but are relatively new to the business, although there are a few near retirement age, too. Steve has a deep background in magazine journalism. He was national editor of U.S. News & World Report, and national correspondent for Newsweek. He went on to co-found a multi-faith religion website, Beliefnet.com, which won a National Magazine Award. He is also founder and coordinator of the Rebuild Local News Coalition, and he's crafted some interesting proposals for how government can help revitalize local journalism while preserving editorial independence.  Dan has a Quick Take on the happy conclusion to a bizarre situation involving a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Last fall, Josh Renaud reported that a flaw in a database maintained by the state of Missouri allowed for public access to thousands of Social Security numbers. Incredibly, the state's governor, Mike Parson, denounced Renaud as a “hacker,” and a criminal investigation was begun. It was absolutely outrageous, and now Renaud has been recognized with a national freedom-of-the-press award. And Ellen takes it all back about Ogden Newspapers, which purchased The Aspen Times late last year but has surpressed coverage and prompted a number of staff resignations.  

The Big 550 KTRS
Antonio French: Uncompromising cultures clashing

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 9:00


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist on another violent summer with guns at the center of the debate. Follow Antonio for more: https://twitter.com/antoniofrench

The Big 550 KTRS
Ben Frederickson: Missing Cardinals parts hurting

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 10:14


The St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist on the Cardinals' recent struggles, but nice to see a big game from Albert Pujols. Also, thoughts on the upcoming All-Star Game that includes a few Redbirds, plus the Blues going all in with Jordan Binnington. Follow Ben for more: https://twitter.com/Ben_Fred

Entertainment(x)
Mike Isaacson Part 1 ”Move On”

Entertainment(x)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 18:46


Mike Isaacson, Currently in his ninth season and only the third person to hold this position in The Muny's 103-year history. To date, he has produced 56 Muny shows, 23 of which had never been on the Muny stage before. He has collaborated at The Muny with many Tony award winners and breakthrough talents, including Christian Borle, Colin Donnell, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Gary Griffin, Heather Headley, Jennifer Holliday, Denis Jones, Laura Michelle Kelly, Dan Knecht- ges, Beth Leavel, Norm Lewis, Beth Malone, Kathleen Marshall, Patti Murin, Josh Rhodes, Emily Skinner and Ken Page. The Riverfront Times wrote, “Under the leadership of executive producer Mike Isaacson, the quality of Muny productions rose like the proverbial phoenix.” The St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him “Theatre Artist of the Year,” noting that by “staging one impressive production after another, he made The Muny simultaneously hip and – be- lieve it – important to our community.” During Isaacson's tenure, The Muny has produced new developmental productions of Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn, Lerner and Loewe's Paint Your Wagon and The Unsinkable Molly Brown. During its record-breaking 100th season, The Muny became the first theatre in the world to produce the legendary Jerome Robbins' Broadway, doing unprecedented archival work on both the artistic and business side. During that same season, The Muny produced the U.S. regional premiere of Jersey Boys. Isaacson has changed the look and feel of a Muny production, overseeing a transformation in every aspect of pro- duction that culminated in 2019 with the arrival of the theatre's extraordinary James S. Mc- Donnell stage, a state-of-the art stage house that includes revolutionary LED technology, automated sets and a host of other innovations. During the summer of 2020, when The Muny was closed due to COVID-19, Mike produced and created The Muny 2020 Variety Hour Live!, an online show that reached more than a worldwide audience of over 400,000.   With Kristin Caskey, Isaacson has produced more than 23 Broadway musicals and plays, national tours, off-Broadway and London productions. All told, his productions have received more than 122 Tony nominations and 34 Tony Awards. Last year, he produced the highly ac- claimed David Byrne's American Utopia, which made every major “Top 10” list, and became a highly acclaimed film by Spike Lee on HBO, for which he also served as an executive produc- er. Just as the COVID-19 shutdown of Broadway began, he was awaiting the first preview of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite, starring Mathew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker.   Also, during the shutdown, Isaacson served as a supporting producer of the acclaimed re- vival of The Unsinkable Molly Brown at New York's Transport Group. Other career highlights include: Fun Home (2015 Tony Award, Best Musical; 2018 Olivier nominee for Best Musical), Legally Blonde the Musical (2011 Olivier Award, Best Musical), Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Tony Award, Best Musical), Red (2010 Tony Award, Best Play), The Humans (2016 Tony Award, Best Play), If/Then, starring Idina Menzel, Lanford Wilson's Burn This, starring Adam Driver and Kerri Russell (2019 Tony nomination for Best Revival of a Play), Bring It On: The Musical (2013 Tony nomination for Best Musical), A Doll's House 2 (2017 Tony nomination for Best Play), You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (1999 Tony nomination for Best Revival of a Musical), The Seagull, starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Carey Mulligan and Peter Sarsgaard, Caroline, or Change (Tony nomination for Best Musical); One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (2001 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play) and Death of a Salesman (1999 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play). For the Independent Presenters Network, Isaacson served as producer for Spamalot (2005 Tony Award, Best Musical), Ragtime (revival) and The Color Purple (2006 Tony nomination for Best Musical).   He has received the St. Louis Arts and Education Council's Award for Excellence in the Arts and has been awarded The Broadway League's and Theatre Development Fund's Commercial Theater Institute “Robert Whitehead” Award for excellence in producing. He has served on the board of governors and executive committee of The Broadway League and received the Samuel J. L'Hommedieu Award. He has also received the Equality Award from the St. Louis Chapter of Human Rights Campaign.

Blues Hockey Podcast
Interview with Benjamin Hochman (Episode 230)

Blues Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 23:54


While the St. Louis Blues are busy with the draft and possible trade talks, Jason got the chance to talk to the St. Louis Post Dispatch's Benjamin Hochman. they talked about where the Blues are currently, where the team is heading and did some reminiscing on the 2019 Cup run. great to talk with Benjamin and hopefully he can come back on the show very soon. Listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Anchor, Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio and many more podcast apps! We are part of the Hockey Podcast Network. There are many great hockey podcasts that cover teams from across the NHL. Be sure to follow them on Twitter and Instagram! Check out Brookroyal who sings our theme “Bleed Blue” out on Itunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music. Check them out at Pointfest on September 24th! Be sure to visit one of our sponsors, Rock Star Taco Shack. The Rock Star Taco Shack has full menu and they're open Tuesday- Saturday every week! They are located on 4916 Shaw Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110. Music Trivia every Tuesday night. Be sure to pick up some Rockstar Dust at your local Schnucks as well! Be sure to check out our friends, Lucky Lola's Foods. Their Sweet Jalapena Heat is a MUST HAVE ingredient for all of your upcoming BBQs. Give them a follow to find their products & chef inspired recipes. Support Local! Their products are available at your local Schnucks, Kenrick's Meats & Catering & Fresh Thyme stores. Head over to Draft Kings and use the promo code: THPN to get started today! Get the latest news from all of our social media accounts: Instagram – BluesHockeyPodcast Facebook – Blues Hockey Podcast Twitter – @BluesHockeyNHL YouTube – Blues Hockey Podcast Email – blueshockeypodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blues-hockey-podcast/support

Best Podcast in Baseball
How a team aimless in July can become champion by October

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 30:29


A year ago, the Atlanta Braves had yet to see .500 and were scrambling to acquire outfielders in the same way the Cardinals tried to find starting pitchers. Through a series of shrewd moves, the Braves rebuilt their lineup at the trade deadline and everything clicked -- at the best possible time. As one executive said during the confetti-splashed celebration of the Braves' 2021 World Series championship: That is why you play to get in the playoffs and just see what happens. Dave O'Brien, the longtime Braves beat writer now at The Athletic, joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss how a team struggling in July can become a champion by October. And, if Atlanta is now the team they imagined having -- and even better than they were before. The Cardinals troubles with the NL East are explored, and so is the skills of a manager rewarded for his devotion to the organization. The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
Can capitalism solve climate change?

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:00 Very Popular


Capitalism is often talked about as one of the big drivers behind climate change. The belief is that our obsessions with buying stuff and growing the economy have destroyed the planet. But what if capitalism isn't the real problem? “Capitalism only goes in a direction that political choices steer it. And we’ve just made a couple of bad political choices that have caused polluting industries to overpollute,” said Shi-Ling Hsu, D'Alemberte professor at Florida State University College of Law and author of the new book “Capitalism and the Environment: A Proposal to Save the Planet.” Whether or not you believe capitalism is to blame for our climate crisis, Hsu says we could harness the power of capitalism to get us out of this mess. On today’s show, we’ll talk about the tools that could help us reverse course and why that hinges on having a healthy democracy. In the News Fix: Is natural gas the new Big Oil? We’ll explain how it’s shaping geopolitics. Plus, our social, political and economic lives may start to look really different depending on where we live, thanks to the Supreme Court. Later, the debate over how many spaces to use after a period is far from settled. Listeners weigh in. And, what about a Kai-sigh index? Here’s everything we talked about today: More on professor Shi-Ling Hsu’s work “The case for a carbon tax” from the last time Hsu stopped by Make Me Smart “Capitalism is killing the planet — it’s time to stop buying into our own destruction” from The Guardian “Supreme Court will hear NC case with 2024 presidential election implications” from The News & Observer “Supreme Court to review state legislatures’ power in federal elections” from The Washington Post “Natural Gas Soars 700%, Becoming Driving Force in the New Cold War” from Bloomberg “Many St. Louis area students will pay for school lunches again when free program ends” from St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Congress extends pandemic-era school meal program, with caveats” from The Washington Post “School lunches aren't free to everyone anymore. Some advocates think they should be.” from Marketplace We’re looking for your answer to the Make Me Smart question: What is something you thought you knew that you later found out you were wrong about? Send it to makemesmart@marketplace.org and (508) 827-6278 or (508) U-B-SMART.

Marketplace All-in-One
Can capitalism solve climate change?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 26:00


Capitalism is often talked about as one of the big drivers behind climate change. The belief is that our obsessions with buying stuff and growing the economy have destroyed the planet. But what if capitalism isn't the real problem? “Capitalism only goes in a direction that political choices steer it. And we’ve just made a couple of bad political choices that have caused polluting industries to overpollute,” said Shi-Ling Hsu, D'Alemberte professor at Florida State University College of Law and author of the new book “Capitalism and the Environment: A Proposal to Save the Planet.” Whether or not you believe capitalism is to blame for our climate crisis, Hsu says we could harness the power of capitalism to get us out of this mess. On today’s show, we’ll talk about the tools that could help us reverse course and why that hinges on having a healthy democracy. In the News Fix: Is natural gas the new Big Oil? We’ll explain how it’s shaping geopolitics. Plus, our social, political and economic lives may start to look really different depending on where we live, thanks to the Supreme Court. Later, the debate over how many spaces to use after a period is far from settled. Listeners weigh in. And, what about a Kai-sigh index? Here’s everything we talked about today: More on professor Shi-Ling Hsu’s work “The case for a carbon tax” from the last time Hsu stopped by Make Me Smart “Capitalism is killing the planet — it’s time to stop buying into our own destruction” from The Guardian “Supreme Court will hear NC case with 2024 presidential election implications” from The News & Observer “Supreme Court to review state legislatures’ power in federal elections” from The Washington Post “Natural Gas Soars 700%, Becoming Driving Force in the New Cold War” from Bloomberg “Many St. Louis area students will pay for school lunches again when free program ends” from St. Louis Post-Dispatch “Congress extends pandemic-era school meal program, with caveats” from The Washington Post “School lunches aren't free to everyone anymore. Some advocates think they should be.” from Marketplace We’re looking for your answer to the Make Me Smart question: What is something you thought you knew that you later found out you were wrong about? Send it to makemesmart@marketplace.org and (508) 827-6278 or (508) U-B-SMART.

The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Cardinals beat writer - Segment 6 7-5-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 23:30


Bernie visits with St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold who was live in Atlanta as they recap the Cardinals road trip to date.

Best Podcast in Baseball
The constant Cardinals conversation: A 10-year BPIB reunion with Bernie Miklasz

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 77:33


Ten years ago, in the attic of a home in St. Louis, two St. Louis Post-Dispatch sportswriters had a great name for a podcast -- thanks to a reader! -- but little idea how to actually put one together, let alone run the tech necessary. And thus the Best Podcast in Baseball began, but needed time to live up to its name. Co-creators of the BPIB, columnist Bernie Miklasz and baseball beat writer Derrick Goold, hold a reunion for the 10th episode of Season 10 and discuss all things about the 2022 St. Louis Cardinals: What rookies have staying power for years to come? What is the Cardinals' greatest need to go from good to great this season? Is the offense really as good as the numbers suggest, and how did it get there? What's up with the 2-6 record in games with a chance to sweep a series? In the 10 years since the beginning of BPIB, what are some of the discouraging trends in baseball -- and encouraging trends, too -- and if the Cardinals' winning record has only been the constant, has that invited complacency? All of that and more discussed with Miklasz, former Post-Dispatch sports columnist and now host of The Bernie Show (590 AM). The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design of St. Louis, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bernie Show
Derrick Goold - Segment 5 6-27-22

The Bernie Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 30:25


St. Louis Post-Dispatch lead Cardinals beat writer Derrick Goold joins Bernie to provide the latest updates on Jack Flaherty. Derrick and Bernie also talk about why the Cardinals felt like they had to trade for former Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna even at the cost of Wednesday's starter, Sandy Alcantara and now-Diamondbacks pitcher Zac Gallen.

The Auburn Undercover Podcast
Early look at Missouri, Auburn's Week 4 opponent (with Max Baker)

The Auburn Undercover Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 33:59


Continuing our early preview of Auburn's 2022 schedule, Nathan King is joined by Max Baker of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to discuss this year's outlook for Missouri, biggest question marks and early thoughts on the SEC opener against Auburn in Week 4. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sports Open Line
Shohei Ohtani: 8 RBIs, 13 strikeouts

Sports Open Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 37:25


Joe Pott hosts the Strike Zone, a special baseball-only edition of Sports Open Line! In the second hour of tonight's show, Joe speaks with Scott Miller of MLB Network to discuss Shohei Ohtani's incredible feats as of late. Joe is also joined with Daniel Guerrero of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and STL Pinch Hits to talk about the Cardinals minor leaguers.  

Best Podcast in Baseball
A two-team tussle straight out of Central casting

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 41:29


Jeff Levering, broadcaster for the Milwaukee Brewers on both radio and television, joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss this "Golden Age of Brewers baseball" and a four-game series between the Cardinals and Milwaukee in June that has a distinct September, maybe even October, feel. With St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold, Levering discusses the Brewers' quest for a fifth consecutive playoff appearance and whether past falls have heightened the pressure on this year's team to do more than reach the postseason. Isn't it time to win? Is the clock ticking on how long the Brewers can remain the class of the National League Central? The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best Podcast in Baseball
The Sweet Smell of a Successful Baseball Club (with a Whiff of History)

Best Podcast in Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 38:34


The New York Times national baseball writer James Wagner joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss what happens when the writer tasked with covering the biggest story in baseball has the biggest story in baseball in his backyard. The New York Yankees and New York Mets have the best records in baseball -- and the Yankees are on a historic pace -- so can they keep that up, and have they shifted the balance of power in the majors away from Houston and Los Angeles? Wagner talks with St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold about the art of covering history, developing a nose for a good story (especially the most aromatic of stories), and what the view of the Cardinals is from the current center of the baseball universe. Are the Cardinals part of the industry elite, or have they been nudged to the periphery? The Best Podcast in Baseball, sponsored by Closets by Design, is a production of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, StlToday.com, and Derrick Goold.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.