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September 20, 2022 ~ Full Show. Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne reports on a new rule that will allow pharmacists to prescribe birth control. Attorney Todd Flood gives his analysis on a Texas Sheriff opening up a criminal investigation into Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recruiting migrants from the Texas border and sending them to Martha's Vineyard. Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson discusses ShotSpotter technology in Detroit and Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald's new commission to reduce gun violence in schools. Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin joins the show. Senior News Analyst Chris Renwick tells us what Gentex Corporation is doing at the Auto Show. Doug Herbert, Founder of B.R.A.K.E.S is our gest for Mobility Makers. Sports Analyst Steve Courtney recaps the press conference to introduce Scott Harris as the Detroit Tigers President of Baseball Operations and Mitch Albom previews his upcoming book event.
They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom and producer Lisa discuss why that's not too far from the truth. Some of the most important meetings throughout history took place over food and drink. It's the great equalizer. Every Tuesday before visiting Morrie, Mitch would stop to pick up some food from a local co-op his beloved professor loved. We hear Morrie's take on Mitch's weekly bounty, and Mitch's advice on making food, glorious food, a part of your next important heart-to-heart. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press wrote this in 2020 after DeSean Jackson's antisemitic comments. "Silence is compliance. That's a popular sentence today. But you can't be selective with your noise, not against hate. In today's episode I talk about some very disturbing incidents that have occurred in our sports world recently. I discuss the alleged racial slurs directed at a Duke volleyball player in a match vs BYU, which were found to be untrue. I then discuss the ugly video of last week's Oregon-BYU game of fans chanting F the Mormons. I talk about a story written in Andscape about the suspension of Suns owner Robert Sarver and give examples of the double standards and hypocrisy in our sports leagues. In a nutshell I don't see this country moving forward...I see it regressing! Support for the show comes from MyBookie. MyBookie will match your first deposit (up to $1000) when you use code Grant22. Click the link to sign up. https://mybookie.website/ifyoudontlike Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Publishing industry news, insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's Book TV. In this episode, we talked to author Mitch Albom about his career and the 25th anniversary of his bestselling memoir, "Tuesdays With Morrie." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is an episode in which we explore the many facets of Time. We are led by The Prophet's words, and then I mention a book I found recently, which helped me mature my reflection, “The Time Keeper”, by Mitch Albom. I also mention the Man in the Hole, the lone survivor of an Amazon uncontacted tribe who was found dead this week, and the past asserts its presence. I revisit my first episode and announce my one month recess, a gift of time I need to focus all my energy for a special occasion in our family's life. My final question: “What would make you walk away from the to-dos of daily demands and give yourself the gift of time?”
With the author of Tuesdays With Morrie, and one of the bestselling writers in American history, Mitch Albom. Discussing his new book, The Stranger In The Lifeboat, we got into the beguiling nature of answered prayers and how Mitch hopes to be the author readers reach for in times of trouble. In an emotional moment I also asked him, if he met Morrie again, what would Morrie think of what he's done with his life? With guest host Daniel Ford, author of Black Coffee and founder of the Writers Bone Podcast Network. All episodes of The Thoughtful Bro aired live originally on A Mighty Blaze. The Thoughtful Bro is proudly sponsored by Libro.fm.
What's your "number" that suddenly makes you feel, "Uh oh!"? The age where you start to feel that perhaps you're running out of time? The birthday that signals you've neglected your body for so long that it's time to regroup? The milestone you reach that coincides with the same age a parent was when they passed away? Have you reached that number yet? On today's Tuesday People episode, Producer Lisa's 60th birthday has Mitch Albom discussing these questions, while sharing wisdom from Morrie about aging, youth and wisdom. We also have some bonus clips from Lisa's birthday celebration in Las Vegas with her teenage idol! Tune in! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When the leaves are just about to change colors, and the heat dials down to those beautiful crisp Autumn days, you know that September is here! Since childhood, the month of September has always meant renewal: The start of a new year, new friends, new books, new clothes, new you. But once we're done with school and step into adulthood, that magical time of an annual rebirth disappears. But it doesn't have to! On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich discuss the four ways to bring a little September back into your life! Tune in for these transformative tips! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this podcast episode, Mitch Albom, best-selling author, journalist, and radio and TV broadcaster, discusses how his philanthropy and writing have informed each other, his experiences with doctors as a patient and more. Intro :02 Welcome to this episode of Gut Talk :23 About Albom :30 The interview :40 Where did you grow up? :52 Why do you think that [less people knowing their neighbors today] has happened? 2:07 You obviously have had incredibly rich interpersonal relationships that influenced who you became. Are those people that you grew up and interacted with characters in your books? 4:34 Are there philosophies that you learned as a student or growing up that inform, more than just the characters, but the recurring themes in your books? 7:12 How did you become such an avid philanthropist? Tell us about that journey. 11:02 How can we, as we're interacting with young people, help them to understand that it's not just about money? 16:08 How would you say philanthropy has impacted your writing since Tuesdays with Morrie? 20:16 What about the reverse? How does writing your books and your stories change your perspective on the lesson you're trying to impart on your readers? 22:29 About Albom's work in Haiti and introducing his kids to the new orphanage 26:15 Were there any insights that you gleaned from that experience [recent medical experiences and colonoscopy]? 36:51 Thank you, Mitch 46:15 Thanks for listening 46:36 Mitch Albom is a Best-selling author, journalist, and radio and TV broadcaster. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @HealioGastro @sameerkberry @umfoodoc. For more from Mitch Albom, visit mitchalbom.com, saydetroit.org and havefaithhaiti.org. Disclosures: Albom, Berry and Chey report no relevant financial disclosures.
This month is the 25th anniversary of the American classic book, "Tuesdays with Morrie." Here I'm resharing my precious conversation with the author Mitch Albom. We talk about love, faith, living and dying and the life lessons from his professor, Morrie Schwartz. In this episode Mitch Albom shares the backstory of how he met his former professor Morrie Schwartz and how their relationship developed. Mitch shared Morrie's life lessons in the best-selling memoir of all time, Tuesdays with Morrie. Today, the book has sold 17 million copies in more than 50 editions around the world. Mitch and I discuss some lessons that Morrie passed on during their weekly Tuesday visits. Mitch also talks about his new novel, The Stranger In The Lifeboat. Mitch Albom is a best-selling author, screenwriter, playwright, broadcaster and nationally syndicated columnist. He has written seven number one New York Times bestsellers and his books have collectively sold more than 40 million copies. Mitch has a generous heart as he has founded nine charities in his hometown of Detroit, and since 2010 he has operated the Have Faith Haiti Orphanage in Port-Au-Prince. He lives with his wife Janine in Michigan. Mitch is an inspiration to me for the beautiful books he writes and the love he pours out to others. Thanks for listening and sharing with a friend. Hugs, Lorri
Jasen Castillo - Associate Professor, Co-Director of the Albritton Center for Grand Strategy, TEXAS A&M. Prior to joining the Bush School, Dr. Castillo worked in the Department of Defense's Strategy and Plans Office. - Russia Ukraine War at 6 Months - The Mitch Albom Show - August 22, 2022
Have you ever really had a teacher? One who saw you as a raw but precious thing, a jewel that, with wisdom, could be polished to a proud shine? If you are lucky enough to find your way to such teachers, you will always find your way back. As host Mitch Albom drops his teens from "Have Faith Haiti" off at college, we reflect on the luck, or destiny, of finding a special professor like Morrie. And the importance of seeking one out in our educational experiences. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
August 15, 2022 ~ The WJR Afternoon Talk Show Host, Detroit Free Press Columnist & Bestselling Author talks to Paul about the attack on Salman Rushdie and he says the anger and rage exhibited by many in this country is troubling.
August 12, 2022 ~ Department of Justice unseals search warrant used in Monday's raid on Trump's Florida residence. Is political prefrence a deal breaker when it comes to online dating? With movie theaters bringing back old movies, what are some classic films you'd like to see on the big screen? Board op Blake is running gambling odds on elements of the show. Are more Lions fans going to be watching preseason games or Hard Knocks this preseason? Crazy developments in Whitmer kidnapping trial jury pool. What is your most common reoccuring bad dream? Mark Zuckerberg tries to sell a stupid NFT, teenagers are leaving Facebook in droves. Ed Kelly gives us a look at alternate realities with famous actors who turned down iconic roles and Kevin O'Neill talks about the time he was asked to escort one of the most powerful men in the industry out of his place of business.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of "Tuesdays with Morrie," host Mitch Albom discusses the early days of the book's life, and how a story that started with a slow simmer, turned out to be one of the bestselling memoirs of all time. Mitch also gives an update on baby Nadide, and how her presence is also a lesson in letting things find their way to us in our lives. All proof that it's never too late for miracles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Britney Spears v. K-Fed, Anne Heche takes out a house, Kim K & Pete Davidson split, Terrell Owens almost died, two men outed 110 years after dying on the Titanic, AIDS patient zero, and Maz recaps being in the Mall of America lockdown last Thursday.Drew and Marc are refrigerator brothers.Drew has completed 176,000 sit ups.Sports Weekend: Lou Whitaker Retirement Day at Comerica Park was classy, well done and hotter than hell. The "Jacob deGrom bros" beat the crap out of a Atlanta Braves fan. Pete Rose doesn't want to talk about nailing 14-year-olds 55 years ago, babe. Terrell Owens is really stretching out his 'Karen' encounter as he now claims he could have been killed. Men are dominating the professional female disc golf. Alberto Nonino's massive wang was on full display during a decathlon. Gen Z loves MSU athletics.Detroit sure did have a lot of gun violence this weekend.WDIV Local 4 Weather reporters report: Kim Adams is back! Andrew Humphrey is doing weather reports from his car just like your smartphone. Ben Bailey is still MIA.An LA police chase ends with a surrender to nobody and one very confused criminal.Anne Heche was hospitalized after crashing all over a Los Angeles neighborhood. She took out a garage and then tried to drive through a home. A GoFundMe has been set up by the homeowner. Alec Baldwin makes it all about him while plugging his old movies.Tom Mazawey was locked down at the Mall of America after shots rang out. We check in with him after his vacation. He also might need to start a GoFundMe after being suffering a great loss in the Detroit Tigers' Champions Club today. John Leguizamo is angry that a movie is being made about Fidel Castro even though he knows nothing about it. He's also not happy James Franco will play Fidel Castro because he's not Hispanic.Britney Spears Watch: K-Fed breaks his silence about how Sean Preston and Jayden James are embarrassed by their mom. Sam Asghari slaps back now that it's his "gravy train". Britney Spears goes ballistic. Jamie Spears wants to un-seal Britney's medical records to prove to everybody how crazy she is.Tyler Perry loves Meghan Markle for some reason that no one can figure out. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams or use the code dams to get a HUGE Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 1 additional month for free + a bonus gift! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee!Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson split. His tattoos didn't age too well.Alex Jones owes $50M to the parents of Sandy Hook victims with multiple trials left to go. He also saved a man's life after the verdict.The American Massage Therapy Association conference is in Cleveland this year... just like Deshaun Watson. Stephen Ross believes he's being punished for Watson's misdeeds.Mitch Albom has a pretty good take on Brittney Griner.Anne Heche's family life was pretty bad.Patient Zero, Gaëtan Dugas, is apparently not Patient Zero anymore.The WaPo outs two men that died 110 years ago on the Titanic.Dane Cook's game nights were filled with underage hotties.Indiana is the first state to pass abortion legislation following the Roe v. Wade reversal. Eli Lilly is going to pack up and take their business elsewhere.The Inflation Reduction Act has been passed so everything will be cheap soon.Texas is sending their migrants to New York and Washington DC.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom - just back from visiting his orphanage in Haiti - has a very special story to share with our audience. The moral of today's story: Even the greatest responsibility can be the greatest blessing. Tune in for the big heart tugging reveal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ellen Archer parlayed her success in the publishing industry and skills as a communicator and creative problem solver to raise the profile of a nonprofit. She currently serves as board president of Girls Write Now where she helped grow the board and the pipeline for board members. She initiated a partnership committee that raised five times their goal through engagement with a variety of industries. Getting to know the nonprofit sector through her volunteerism has shown her the real opportunities for those looking to change industries. She is active on several boards and is exploring different roles in nonprofit that might be a good fit for her where she can use her corporate skills in a different sector. Nonprofit job seekers, please read: Your skills are transferable, your passion and curiosity will drive you to learn the additional skills needed for success in the nonprofit sector. Ellen Archer is a business leader and media executive known for growing and transforming content businesses. She has led significant media and publishing divisions at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), The Walt Disney Company, Penguin Random House, and Simon & Schuster. Most recently, Ms. Archer was President of HMH Books & Media, with responsibility for driving the strategic growth and expansion of the company's $200M consumer publishing business. Ellen has been behind bestselling authors such as John Grisham, Mitch Albom and Kwame Alexander. In 2015, Ms. Archer joined the board of Girls Write Now, a nonprofit that creates mentorship programs for underserved high school students, helping the girls who participate find their voices through the power of writing and community. In 2019 she assumed the role of board chair, working closely with the executive director on board recruitment, fundraising, and partnership programs. She is also on the board of trustees for the Katonah Museum of Art and is a member of the The Women's Forum of New York and Chief, private clubs for women in executive leadership roles. Ms. Archer previously served on the A&E board of directors, The Foundation board of New York Women in Communications, the board of Poets & Writer's, and NYU's Masters in Publishing Program advisory board. She is a former managing director of Golden Seeds, an early-stage investment firm supporting women entrepreneurs. Among several awards, Ms. Archer was named by City & State as one of “The Responsible 100” honorees. Ellen holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Hamilton College. She lives in New York City with her husband Jeff Gracer. In her spare time, Ellen reads voraciously, practices yoga, and travels the world (mostly by road bike), preferably on off-the-beaten paths. An avid hiker, she and her husband submitted Mount Kilimanjaro in December 2017. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askingforgood/support
Find tickets and information for Tuesdays with Morrie, playing at Wharton from Aug. 18-21, 2022. Mitch is reading, watching and listening to: Reading: The Royal Road to Romance by Richard Halliburton Listening to: The Sun Sessions by Elvis Presley Watching: Tehran The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on CADL CAST does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.
There was "Tuesdays with Morrie," the book. Then came "Tuesdays with Morrie," the TV movie. And then there was "Tuesdays with Morrie," the play. On today's episode, host and author, Mitch Albom, talks about how the beloved play that has traveled the world came to be, and announces the first run of shows ever in his home state of Michigan. For more information on dates, locations and tickets, visit Mitch's website at mitchalbom.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hi, I'm Mark Cecil host of The Thoughtful Bro. I want to tell you about the podcast I'm launching. See, a long time ago I realized that the greatest thing on the face of the earth, at least to me, is storytelling. Storytelling is everywhere. It's in how we understand our planet, our country, our own bodies. Stories determine how we decide to vote, who to marry, what to eat, whether to fight a war, and quite simply, why to get out of bed in the morning. Stories don't just reflect our world. They actively create it. Storytelling is so fascinating to me, in fact, that pretty much my ideal social scenario is to go to a party, bump into a writer who's just put out a book, then whisk them away to a corner and spend the next 45 minutes or so, asking them about how and why they told the story that they did. That 45 minute download is, in essence, the Thoughtful Bro podcast. Every episode I'll spend time talking to a world class writer. I'll speak to award winning authors like George Saunders, Erik Larson, Jennifer Egan, and Mitch Albom. You'll hear from writers who've had their books turned into blockbuster TV shows and movies viewed by tens of millions of people: writers like Caroline Kepnes, whose books became the Netflix series "You," and Emily St. John Mandel, whose novel became the HBO show "Station Eleven." I'll talk to writers involved in current events, like Lt. Colonel Alexander Vindman, who had a key role in Trump's first impeachment; and Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Admiral James Stavridis, who recently tried his hand at fiction. I'll even talk to some of the most successful screenwriters working today—people like Michael Arndt, who wrote "Little Miss Sunshine" and "Toy Story 3," and David Koepp, who wrote "Jurassic Park," "Mission Impossible," and "Carlito's Way." Together, these are some of the most innovative and decorated storytellers to be found anywhere. They've won the Pulitzer Prize, The Man Booker Prize, The MacAurthur Genius Grant, the Academy Award and more. My interviews are wide ranging, fast moving, deep delving, and, I hope, entertaining. Think of the it as "Inside the Actors Studio"—but for storytellers. Oh, and one last thing. What about the name? The Thoughtful Bro? Well, that's me of course. As it turns out, being thoughtful and being bro-ish kind of go together like, say…a dinner jacket and a baseball hat. Like bourbon and Banksy. The first two episodes of The Thoughtful Bro will be dropping very soon. I hope you'll subscribe and check it out. In the meantime, stay thoughtful.
As we explore a variety of methods of contemplative prayer this summer, week two is all about contemplating story. As you choose your story and draw near to God this week, I pray that you will have a fruitful encounter with God who is crazy about you. If you'd like to connect with me, find me on Instagram or on my blog. If you'd like to help support this podcast financially, there's now a way to do just that, and thank you - visit me on my page at buymeacoffee.com! Thanks as always for sharing, subscribing, rating, and reviewing, as this helps our community to grow! Here are some resources I hope will help you to engage with this week's topic in a deeper way for yourself: 1. Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor, MI by Jonathan B. Wright 2. Top Ten Mitch Albom books, by Ed A. Murray 3. Finding Chika, by Mitch Albom on Amazon 4. Podcast: Everything Happens with Kate Bowler, lovely interview with Mitch Albom on Chika and other topics 5. Video: Animated explanation of the Hero's Journey, by Matthew Winkler and Kirill Jeretsky
Have you lived a life worthy of a glowing obituary? Will your family remember you with kind words when it comes time for your eulogy? On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich discuss obituaries: the good, the bad, and the ugly. And we hear from Mitch's beloved former professor, Morrie Schwartz, on the subject who simply wanted to be remembered as "A teacher to the end." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Show notes: Ahhh, magical realism. It's a genre that Sarah and Mia both love because it's like real life, with a little bit of spice. In this episode, we'll talk about what magical realism is, how it differs from fantasy books, what we love about this genre, and of course, we'll include some book recommendations. It's just how we do it, folks. Click here to join us on Patreon to get an exclusive bookish goodie every single Friday. With fun bonus episode series like: Books We Both Love, Monthly Overflow Books, Bookish Conundrums, and The New Books in Our Lives plus a private community for RTL Book Nerds only, you're going to love being a part of our Patreon. Not only that, but you're helping to support our show by saying I LOVE WHAT YOU DO. Find the time stamped show notes below with links to all of the fun things we mentioned. Bookish Goodies: [3:50] Sarah - Storygraph [5:10] Mia - Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak Magical Realism Reads: [10:08] Mia - Life of Pi by Yann Martel [11:02] Sarah - The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab [12:09] Mia - The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern [13:58] Sarah - The Midnight Library by Matt Haig [15:38] Mia - Chocolat by Joanne Harris [17:11] Sarah - The Cat Who Saved Books by Sōsuke Natsukawa [19:07] Mia - Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo [20:39] Sarah - In a Holidaze by Christina Lauren [21:55] Mia - The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom [24:01] Sarah - The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner [25:30] Sarah's Bonus Recs: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle Under the Whispering Door by TJ Klune The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune Amari and the Night Brothers by BB Alston Landline by Rainbow Rowell One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston Practical Magic series by Alice Hoffman [26:16] Sarah's Magical Realism TBR list: This Time Tomorrow by Emma Straub A History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor The 7 ½ Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton Follow us on Instagram: @readingthroughlifepod Follow Sarah: @thekindredvoice Follow Mia: @miasutton55 * The books noted above contain affiliate links. This means that we may get a small kickback if you purchase through our links, at no additional cost to you.
Sadness happens to all of us, but in much of the world we don't know how to handle it. Let alone talk about it. Having spent 10 years researching into happiness worldwide as a journalist and author, I began to notice that many of the people I met were so obsessed with the pursuit of happiness that they were phobic of feeling sad. As was I. So why are we so bad at ‘sad'? How is there still shame around expressing vulnerability? And are there some any ‘good' things about being sad? I couldn't find anywhere people were having these kinds of conversations - so I started my own. Each episode, I'm joined by a special guest sharing their own experiences of how to be sad, well with insightful and surprisingly uplifting stories of lives lived. Here are some of the highlights so far, ahead of series five, launching next week: - From S3E8 with Kate Bowler, NYT bestselling author and Duke history professor on being diagnosed with colon cancer at just 35 years old, navigating life with the knowledge it could end any moment, ‘emotional tourism', bucket lists and why Kate won't be making one. TW: cancer - From S1E7 with Yomi Adegoke, award-winning journalist and bestselling co-author of Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible on how being sad and expressing grief can be political and the perils of performing our emotions online. - From S4E1 with Emily Dean, author of Everyone Died So I Got A Dog, radio presenter and podcaster on family roles and the different pressures these bring. - From S4E2 where bestselling author Mitch Albom shares a little known story about how the bestseller Tuesdays With Morrie came about. - From S3E5 with Dr Julie Smith, clinical psychologist and former NHS turned TikTok star and author of Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? on what happens when we push emotions away, how the stakes get higher the longer we stay in ‘the trap', and what we should be doing instead. - From S2E5 with Jody Day, founder of Gateway Women, the global support network for childless women on unhelpful cultural ideas around not having children, disenfranchised grief and how to heal it. TW: grief, childlessness not by choice, IVF - From S4E1 with Emily Dean, on how to support someone who's grieving. TW: sibling bereavement - From S1E4 with Mo Gawdat, Solve For Happy author, tech entrepreneur and former chief business officer for Google X on how life is like a video game (and this is A Good Thing). TW: losing a child - From S4E2 Mitch Albom on the pain of losing his daughter and the impact this had on his marriage. Plus why happiness isn't a guarantee: it's a gift that can help us to be sad, better. TW: losing a child You can find all the books we talk about on the How To Be Sad podcast recommends page at Bookshop.org where you can also find the book, How To Be Sad, now in paperback. Keep in touch @MsHelenRussell and subscribe to join us next time. Because remember: we're all in this together.
A rewind episode with highlights from recent interviews with James River Writers, Investopedia and the Minnesota med school student who is just a decade removed from homelessness. Plus, a flashback to our 2019 talk with bestselling author Mitch Albom on his humanitarian work in Haiti.
That push and pull.. The feeling of anxiety we all get when we are placed between a situation that is what it is, and our wish for a different situation or outcome. Morrie called this "The Tension of Opposites." And that's what host Mitch Albom discusses on today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast. Find out how to accept "living in the middle" the next time you're faced with an either/or situation in your life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To cohabitate or not cohabitate - that is the question. On today's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom, inspired by a family wedding, delves into the subject of living together before marriage. What are the risks? What are the benefits? Is an extra drawer and a space for your toothbrush on the sink enough to justify sharing a living space without a marital contract? We hear Morrie's views on the subject, and get to the heart of this modern love dilemma. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A chance encounter: That perfect moment in time when planets align. You're walking in one direction, someone else is coming toward you from the other, and a look or an action brings you together for what might end up being one of the most memorable moments in your life. On this week's episode of the Tuesday People podcast, host Mitch Albom shares a moment he had during a recent vacation in France that was, well, shall we say, "désastreux." Listen to how it all unfolded on today's episode, and keep your eyes open for those chance encounters that may cross your path and change your life forever. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dave Chappelle triggered John Mulaney fans, Elon Musk pulls a Deshaun Watson, Monkeypox, Stagflation, George Carlin's American Dream, Drew Crime: The Cyclist Murder, and the Detroit Lions' DJ cancels Kid Rock.John Mulaney is in trouble for not issuing a trigger warning for fans before bringing comedian Dave Chappelle on stage at his Columbus comedy show.Bill Maher went off on the trendiness of transgendered youth.Dustin Diamond is making a comeback and trying to eclipse Drew in Twitter followers.Other John Mulaney Notes: Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers is really insensitive to the original Peter Pan. People are mad that John's baby-mama needs baby formula too. Early Voting won the Preakness stakes and Maz owes us all money for his 2nd consecutive incorrect horse race prediction.The Detroit Lions DJ scrubs Kid Rock from Ford Field.Harry Styles is ripping off Paul McCartney.Dolly Parton has covered a lot more rock songs than you think.My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman landed a Will Smith interview... before the Oscars slap.The biggest stars in the world are showing up for the Queen's month-long Platinum Jubilee.The Detroit Tigers have many injuries.Congratulations to Travis and Kourtney on their THIRD wedding... this time in Italy.Stagflation is the newest thing we're told to fear.McDonald's in Royal Oak closes at 7pm despite the internet saying it's 24/7.A bunch of German baby formula has landed, but will take weeks to get on the shelves. Marc's worried there might be a peanut butter shortage soon.Monkeypox is the second newest thing we're told to fear.Elon Musk is #MeToo'd by a former flight attendant/masseuse that he has sign an NDA.Britney Spears is still CRAZY.Rebel Wilson was sexually assaulted years ago by a mystery celebrity (before she was sizzling). She wants you to know she handled it perfectly because she was a lawyer.Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard rolls into its 230th week. The Daily Wire spends thousands to somehow make this case political.A Bhad Bhabie look-a-like/sound-a-like battled with a Florida McDonald's and the McPuns were McPlentiful.George Carlin's American Dream doc on HBO is worth your time.Gaylord was hit hard by a tornado over the weekend leaving two dead.Studio Woes: The No BS News Hour can leave the DealsintheD.com studio in slight disarray every Friday. Check out ML's latest piece on Sam Riddle who will be in this basement on Tuesday.Mitch Albom has a lukewarm take on Nick Saban vs Jimbo Fisher.Juwan Howard told the LA Lakers to pound sand/salt.Drew Crime: Another nude pic suicide. Stop sending photos of your weiner. Player Dave 2.0 leads to another murder and a smoking hot fugitive. One of the Big 3 (Dateline, 48 Hours & 20/20) covered the murder surrounding ex-Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle.Jay Cutler allegedly nails his friend's wives.Matthew Stafford is in Top Gun commercials now. He's complicit with the atrocities of Scientology.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).