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The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #80: Snow Ridge, New York Co-Owner & GM Nick Mir

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 92:36


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Organizations can email skiing@substack.com to add multiple users on one account at a per-subscriber enterprise rate.WhoNick Mir, co-owner and general manager of Snow Ridge, New YorkRecorded onMarch 29, 2022About Snow RidgeClick here for a mountain stats overviewMoney quote: If you want western powder, the best place to find it in the east is the Tug Hill Plateau in New York, and upland region east of Lake Ontario. They should coin the phrase “Greatest Snow in the East.” They get tons of lake effect and most of this snow is high quality. Unfortunately, they lack an essential ingredient for powder skiing: mountains! There is, however, one ski area on the Tug Hill Plateau’s steeper eastern face, Snow Ridge, which offers up about [500] vertical feet of skiing. As a kid growing up in upstate NY, my first true deep-powder experiences were at Snow Ridge.- From a 2015 Washington Post interview with Jim Steenburgh, “professor of atmospheric science at the University of Utah, an expert on mountain weather and climate, and a die-hard skier,” and author of Secrets of the Greatest Snow on Earth: Weather, Climate Change, and Finding Deep Powder in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains and around the World.Owned by: The mother-son team of Cyndy Sisto and Nick MirBase elevation: 1,350 feetSummit elevation: 1,850 feetVertical drop: 500 feetAverage annual snowfall: 230 inchesTrail count: 31 (14% expert, 48% advanced, 27% intermediate, 11% beginner)Lift count: 5 (3 doubles, 1 T-bar, 1 carpet) - view Lift Blog’s inventory of Snow Ridge’s lift fleetWhy I interviewed himThe perception is hard-wired and widespread, intractable and exasperating: the East is ice. Inclines paved like a boat launch. Volcanic. Like skiing on the surface of the moon. It is meant as a jab from the high-altitude West, but the East believes it too. The Born from Ice crowds tut-tuts about the internet, “if you can ski the East, you can ski anywhere,” casting the whole of it as a kind of marine-camp proving ground, the bent-rimmed backyard hoop to the glorious Rockies, skiing’s NBA.This whole story is sort of true and it’s sort of not. Lacking the West’s high alpine, New England and New York are vulnerable to season-long freeze-thaw cycles, to bands of rain and ice storms and sleet and hail. Mix in high skier density, narrow trails, and the impossible predominance of windshield-wiper turns, and you get trails skied off by 11 on weekends, hardboiled moguls, concrete layers set like booby traps at the well of spring slush turns. It can be an amazing mess.But some regions are tidier than others. The Northeast is like Manhattan, a city of neighborhoods, each one distinct. As with the West, altitude matters, as does aspect and shape of the mountain. And water, or proximity to it. There are two places in the Northeast where some combination of these elements combines to produce outsized snowfall: the Green Mountain Spine in Northern Vermont (especially Sugarbush north to Jay Peak), and the Tug Hill Plateau, seated just east of Lake Ontario in Upstate New York. Snow Ridge hangs off the eastern edge of this geologic feature, in the bullseye of the lake effect snowtrain. Observe:The result is something special, a microclimate more typical of the world’s high-mountain redoubts. “We could get two feet of snow here, and literally 15 minutes down the road they could have gotten a dusting,” Mir told me in the interview.Snow Ridge is not the only New York ski area floating in this nirvana zone. McCauley – 633 vertical feet of snow-choked boulder fields and glades parked 32 miles to the east – and 300-foot Dry Hill are also hooked up to nature’s firehose. Woods Valley catches a lot of it as well. It’s a fun little foursome, undersized and overserved, and, for the wily and adventurous among us, fortunately overlooked.What we talked aboutThoughts on pushing Snow Ridge’s closing date into April if conditions ever allow; I admit I don’t really understand what a rail jam is - sue me; the complexity and expense of building a good terrain park; growing up at Toggenburg; ski racing and its frustrations; fleeing West to ski-bum Colorado and Oregon and the eventual pull of home; how a long-time ski family came to own their own ski area; “we actually did this” – what it felt like to get the keys to the kingdom; the condition of Snow Ridge when Mir arrived in 2015; the intense commitment and effort necessary to run a family ski area; resilience in the maw of a break-even business; how long it took to turn a profit; how much a guy who owns a ski area actually get to ski; why Snow Ridge removed and did not replace the Snowy Meadows double; how much it costs to run a chairlift; possible future consolidation of Ridge Runner and North Chair; the natural-snow, mostly ungroomed hideaway of the Snow Pocket terrain and T-bar; the anomaly of fresh-powder laps at a modern lift-served U.S. ski resort and how Snow Ridge delivers; whether Snow Pocket could ever get a chairlift; whether we could ever see a lift return to South Slope; the eventual fate of the retired top T-bar terminal; where and why Snow Ridge expanded its trail network for the 2021-22 ski season; why Snow Ridge moved the progression park from the carpet area to the top of the mountain; where we can expect to see additional new trails next season; potential future expansion skier’s right off the top of the Pocket T-bar and skier’s left off the top of North; the gnarly existing terrain cut through North; Snow Ridge’s powder bullseye on the edge of the Tug Hill Plateau; the quality of Lake Ontario lake effect snow; plans to amp up the snowmaking system; grooming and the art of crafting an interesting mountain; why Snow Ridge joined the Indy Pass; the mountain’s budget season pass; new reciprocal partners for 2022-23; reaction to Toggenburg closing; whether Mir would have bought the ski area had he had the chance; competing against enormous state-owned ski areas as a family-owned small business; and New York’s rebate program for high-efficiency snowguns.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewIt’s too early to say which forces will capsize the next wave of yet-to-be lost ski areas. After nominal or nonexistent snowmaking drove hundreds of mountains to failure in the 70s, 80s, and 90s, the number of lift-served bumps has stayed relatively stable since around 2005, hovering between a high of 485 for the 2006-07 season to a pandemic-induced low of 462 last year (a handful of ski areas voluntarily suspended operations to pass on the complications of socially distant skiing).With the exception of a few dozen snow-choked Western mountains and some ropetow bumps that survive by the sky, pretty much all of today’s survivors built their way into resilience one mile of pipe and snowgun at a time. That, more than anything, stabilized the ski landscape, giving us the rough U.S. ski area footprint we know today.But it won’t be enough forever. As well-capitalized standouts such as Holiday Valley, Windham, and state-owned Gore have modernized their lift fleets and snowmaking systems, many of New York’s family-owned ski areas have languished. Dozens of chairlifts that predate the moon landing still spin across the state*. Antique snowguns - electricity hogs that blow marginal snow and under very specific conditions - are still in widespread use. No one’s, like, pulling a snowcat with oxen or anything, but they are really rubberbanding this thing together in many cases.Fortunately, there is a hack. All you need is an individual with the energy of a nuclear reactor and the patience of tectonic plates. The person has to love owning a ski area more than they love skiing – because they’ll hardly ever get to ski – and be willing to compete against ski areas 10 times their size that their own tax dollars subsidize. And they have to believe in their own vision more than the slaughterhouse of weather gutting their life’s work outside all winter long.This is the reality at Snow Ridge. The lift fleet was installed before the breakup of Pangea. When Mir and his mother arrived in 2015, pretty much everything was gassed out: those lifts, the snowmaking, the buildings, the groomer. The place was a museum. And not in the way that Mad River Glen is a museum, intentionally funky and camouflaging newness beneath a vintage sheen. Snow Ridge was falling apart.Seven years later, those lifts are still there, but they’ve been overhauled and fixed up. Much of the snowmaking plant is new. Two modern groomers buff the slopes. The bar is beautiful, and Mir and Sisto and the rest of their family are rehabbing the rest of the buildings room by room – when I stopped by in January, the ski area had re-opened a remodeled bathroom that day.Mir is young, outspoken, determined, smart. And he saved Snow Ridge. Not every back-of-the-woods bump is going to survive the great modernization, with its rush to ecommerce and D-line detachables and snowguns activated from an app. But many will, and those that do are going to have leaders like him to guide them through it.*Don’t do it, Identifies-Solutions-In-Need-Of-A-Problem-Bro. New York is one of the most highly regulated states in the country, and these lifts are inspected by a state agency annually. Ski Areas of New York also runs one of the most well-regarded lift-safety programs in the country, and serious chairlift accidents are remarkably rare here, in spite of more than 4 million annual skier visits.Why you should ski Snow RidgeNew York has a lot of ski areas. It does not have a lot of wild ski areas, with the sort of yeah-maybe-this-was-a-terrible-idea runs that slug you like a car crash. Snow Ridge is an exception, with a little slice of madness christened North Ridge that will smash your face in without asking permission. Think Paradise at Mad River Glen, but without the vert or the waterfall, a half-dozen tangled lines spiraling in and around a matrix of drainages. Amazing Grace is the truly feral one, a Pinocchio-down-the-whale’s-throat plunge into the bristling abyss.Snow Ridge only gives you 500 vertical feet, but it’s a big 500. It’s all fall-line, for starters, like skiing the edge of a pyramid. The terrain tames out in the evacuation from North Ridge, but it’s still straight down, expansive, and empty. On MLK Day last year I lapped the Snow Pocket T-bar nine times as foot-deep powder stood in untouched fields visible from the lift line. I feasted. In and out of the glades, along the tree-lined plunge of Kuersteiner off the top of South, down the narrow swordfight of the unmarked abandoned South T-bar line. All day long like this, 34 runs and no liftlines, lapping that New York natural to exhaustion.Snow Ridge is one of six Indy Pass partners scattered across New York. It floats in a Bermuda Triangle between Greek Peak to the south, Titus to the north, and Catamount to the east. While, as Mir told me in our conversation, it’s getting busier, Snow Ridge is still a hideaway, the back-pocket secret you can save for a holiday powder day, when the masses throttle the Northeast giants with the kind of meme-spawning liftlines their big-time marketing and megapass affiliations bring. Or watch the weather and sneak up when everyone else gets skunked and that little circle of pink hovers near the top of America.More Snow RidgeNew York Ski Blog’s interview with Mir last year.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 35/100 in 2022. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer. You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Perfectly Balanced
Season 4 Episode 4: MLK Day

Perfectly Balanced

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 66:08


Thank you for listening to the Perfectly Balanced podcast where a panel of brown men and women have real conversations affecting the brown community. Everything from relationships to business, prison reform, politics, business, real estate, etc. Follow us on our Facebook page @perfectlybalancedpodcast to get in on the conversations ‼LIVE‼ every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 6pm Pacific time and 9pm Eastern. Also goto our website www.perfectlybalancedpodcast.com to get your PFB merchandise. Advertise on our podcast with 15,000 listeners and growing by inquiring on https://collabstr.com/perfectlybalancedpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfectly-balanced21/message

Hudson Mohawk Magazine
HMM Round Table Segment MLK Day

Hudson Mohawk Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 8:20


The Insights of Candidates of Color was a virtual Round Table segment focusing on the experiences candidates of color had while running for office. HMM Producer Blaise Bryant brings us a "best of" from the nearly hour-long conversation.

Thriving in Dystopia
Ep 67: Revolutionary Love Next Steps

Thriving in Dystopia

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 48:16


The brothers end the season with this episode.  They start by discussing Dave's journey with Omicron.  Dave reflects on having the bug and some lessons learned.  They follow this with Bob's reflections on MLK Day and the 2020 doc MLK/FBI. The heart of the show is wrapping up their season on Valerie Kaur's revolutionary love.  They only were able to do 1/3 of the love model, but in the last episode, they reflect on the challenges of loving one's enemy and on loving one's self.  At the and a shout-out to Tricia Hersey's work at the Nap Ministry. The end with some Suberb Owl predications (lol, so old now).  And a promo for Julie's class on health for teens and tweens and the divine feminine!  Contact info Email - davepeachtree@gmail.com Twitter - @BMaze19 IG - Thriving_In_Dystopia Website - https://thrivingindystopia.com/ TikTok - @davepeachtree Deep appreciation to In Heaven by Drake Stafford for our intro song Captain Jack by is the new outro, the prolific and enigmatic Joe Shine for the thumbnail art.   Big thank you to Nadir Čajić for editing this week's show.   Finally, we are indebted to the wonderful Chris Sawyer for funding and creating our new website.  Thank you, Mix.

Chick2Chick
Preserving History, Yes or No?

Chick2Chick

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2022 15:04


We celebrate President's Day in February, MLK Day in January. These are important moments in history but recently, there has been a movement to knock down statues from our past. Is this the right thing to do? The chicks from Chick2Chick "chirp" with a history teacher to get his perspective in this podcast, "Preserving History, Yes or No?" You can also now watch Chick2Chick on the DB&A TV Network at our new time at 11:30 a.m. on Roku, Amazon Fire, On Demand and coming soon to Apple TV! #podcast #letschirp #realtalk #womensvoices #history #statues #preserve

B Dorm Podcast
What Does it Mean to Celebrate Blackness? Street Food Last Meals. Black Pantherfication, MLK Day Latecomers, The Problem with Kwanzaa. Opportunity or Oppression? The Traveler's Cheat Code.

B Dorm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 72:51


Welcome to The B Dorm Podcast! Have you ever seen an eclectic group of friends and wonder how the hell such diverse people ended up meeting and getting along? Ever wonder what conversations take place behind closed doors, when political correctness isn't a factor and friends can just be real with each other? That's what The B Dorm Podcast is about.  Hosted by two black men from Queens, educated at one of America's most elite and most white colleges, they dive into the news, politics, race and pop culture with a perspective that flies from the highly intellectual to the downright silly. The “B Dorm” at Amherst College was the place they met and held court. Now, it's the vibe of their new podcast.  They get serious, but have fun–and always keep it real. Drawing from our diverse network of men and women across business and the arts, from the powerful Righteous Media network of hosts and guests, and from former roommates and other friends from our not-so-diverse Little Ivy alma mater. Real-talk with two real friends, who are real smart and real fun. And conversations with real people from Senators to college buddies who have navigated the minefields of divisiveness in society to achieve happiness and success in adult life. We'll chat about business, culture, entertainment, and whatever comes to mind. Sometimes we'll get serious, but we'll never take ourselves too seriously. Let's have an unapologetic, dorm room style conversation - sometimes controversial, always entertaining: this is The B Dorm Podcast.  In this episode you get an introduction to your new favorite podcasts hosts: Don Elivert and Jehriko Turner as they dig into what it means to celebrate blackness in America. From Kwanzaa to MLK Day to Black History month, there's a lot to explore and a lot to break down. It's deep stuff but Don and JT keep it fun and the show is guaranteed to keep you thinking for days. And don't miss them sharing some excellent pointers on getting the most out of your experiences when you're traveling abroad with their Traveler's Cheat Code. It's great advice for anybody who wants to have more authentic experiences when you're traveling (who doesn't?). You're definitely gonna wanna give this a listen. And to wrap it up, they've got some hilarious answers to a great question. What's your last meal… if you had to build it with street food only? It's a delicious exploration of some of the finer things in life. There's a lot of flavor in this episode. From Soup Joumou to Frank's Gyros to some fine honey roasted cashews, this episode has it all. Grab a snack. And while you're at it, go ahead and give us five stars and subscribe. Questions, comments or just something to share? Send it to us at info@righteous.us and be sure to visit bdorm.us for videos, B Dorm merch and more great content. And if you like what you're hearing, jump on over to patreon.com/bdorm and join our Patreon crew and support the show. Every bit helps and the whole team really appreciates your support.  The B Dorm Podcast is bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and impact.  You can also watch a video of this entire episode here. The B Dorm Podcast connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media @bdormpod or visit www.BDorm.us. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

HearTOGETHER Podcast
From Programming to Progress: MLK Day Live Recording

HearTOGETHER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 65:07


Reflections on programming, progress, "the American dream," and more! On January 17th, 2022, as part of The Philadelphia Orchestra's annual day of free community programming in observance of Martin Luther King Jr day, an audience gathered in the Perelman Theater at The Kimmel Center for From Programming to Progress, a live panel discussion with pianist Michelle Cann, Juilliard ethnomusicology professor Dr. Fredara Hadley, and music directoress of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church and CEO of Next Step Associates, Dr. Cassandra Jones, plus a spotlight interview with Andrea Custis (CEO, Urban League Philadelphia).  NOTE: In this episode, Dr. Jones laments the last-minute exclusion of Total Praise from the MLK Tribute concert. This omission was the result of COVID-related complications that made the CAPA choir unavailable to perform as planned and not due to a lack of interest. The Philadelphia Orchestra looks forward to including the piece next year.

Courting in Color
57. Beast?! How Dare You!

Courting in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 72:40


We are back! Happy New Year, Courting Cuties! For the first episode in 2022, Chatrice and Luis discuss Netflix's “Sexy Beasts”, a dating show which takes out of the equation looks by using cutting-edge prosthetics to completely change the daters. Our hosts catch up before discussing the main topic. Since last time, Luis has gone semi viral on their food blog and officially revealed their current location; meanwhile, Chatrice is an official glasses wear-er. For ‘Sexy Beasts' our hosts talk 3 episodes: Emma the demon, Kelechi the rooster, and Kariselle the Panda. SPOILERS at 26:32Time Stamps0:19 - Helo and Welcome Back0:22 - What have Chatrice and Luis been up to since last time?9:27 - What holiday are our hosts celebrating this week? MLK Day; Luis' birthday 11:03 - Nothing special about turning 3211:47 - Courting Cutie Shoutout: Dr. Walter Lee, Kimberly13:58 - Luis guest lectures: Podcasting 10116:16 - oprah 16:33 - Shout Out For The Culture: Quinta Brunson's ‘Abbot Elementary'; NBC's ‘Grand Crew' with Nicole Byer19:26 - 2022 could be the roaring 20's of Black Television 20:17 - Luis' Shout Out is Old Navy20:44 - Gift yourself a brand new outfit for your birthday 26:32 - Main Topic: Sexy Beasts on Netflix28:28 - Watch 3 specific episodes on Season 128:54 - First Episode: Emma the Demon (Season 1, Episode 1) with Archie as Zeus, Adam as a Mouse, and Bennet as a Mandrill30:15 - General Thoughts33:58 - We don't play with the devil in this house40:13 - “Your first kiss is with a mask?!” - Luis, shocked44:03 - The prosthetics don't hide everything like body type and body size45:19 - Second Episode: Kelechi the Rooster (Season 1, Episode 6) with Cassie as a frog, Martha as a reindeer, and Lilly as a witch 48:46 - Third Episode: Kariselle the Panda (Season 1, Episode 3) with Ethan as a Tin Man, Tyler as an Alien, and Josh as a Bull51:05 - External pressure or ham it up for the camera? in re: Kariselle being very forward about finding a husband 58:05 - An opportunity to make a social commentary, being able to ask questions about what you are tracking as you are watching episodes59:00 - See Black women represented across media. nice to see Black people involved in this, don't embarras in front of white British people1:00:02 - If Chatrice was on the show, what would she talk about with the daters?1:02:53 - What does it mean that someone is your type when they are wearing prosthetics? 1:04:52 - Chatrice talks about going axe-throwing 1:05:31 - Best part of the episodes are the reveal in the Tunnel of Love 1:09:00 - Concluding Thoughts/Reflecting on the Whole Show1:10:57 - Don't doubt yourself as a creative1:12:40 - End of EpisodeWebsite: courtingincolor.com / Email: CourtNColor@gmail.com / Instagram: @CourtNColorDon't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Wednesday Night Undressed
Novak's Dilemma, MLK Celebrations, and Exotic Pets

Wednesday Night Undressed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 87:24


The impact of Novak Jokovic's refusal to get vaccinated (2:08)  How do you celebrate MLK Day? (20:02) What is your favorite exotic pet? (36:03) What animal, fish or bird would you like to get really close to? (48:20) At what point should individual rights yield to the public interest? (1:00:30) Our sponsor today: AI - Artificial Intelligence (1:15:00)  

NBA Today
The importance of MLK Day

NBA Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 49:00


This year's Martin Luther King Day slate was one to remember around the league...(VO) In the last game of the night, Russell Westbrook detonated on Rudy Gobert at the rim. That's gotta be his signature highlight as a Laker to date.....Earlier in the day, Ja Morant pulled off this ridiculous 360 layup as the Grizzlies beat the Bulls...

NBA Today
Recap of MLK Day

NBA Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 48:49


Coming up on NBA TODAY: Klay Thompson may be *all-the-way* back... Must-see highlights from his night against the Pistons. *Plus - might the Lakers ACTUALLY be righting the ship? Perk Legs and Chiney on whether LeBron and crew are about to go on a run... *And what a treat we've got tonight. 2X MVP Giannis taking on Perk's MVP Ja Morant. A full Grizz-Bucks preview and more. Let's get it started, right now... 

BCP UNFILTERED
BCP PODCAST PREVIEW #1 [1.17.22]: MLK DAY EDITION: SO MUCH NEWS, WE NEED ALMOST 39 MINUTES TO DELIVER IT!

BCP UNFILTERED

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 39:48


This is a preview of what our upcoming podcast will be like. This was published on 1.17.22 as a preview to our supporters on BCPextras.com (Patreon) and TheRealBCP.com (Locals.com)

Sneaker Love with Matty Ice
Episode 16: MLK Day | Nike's Vaccine Policy | Air Force 1 | Listener Mailbag

Sneaker Love with Matty Ice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 21:17


Recording on MLK Day (despite getting the date wrong), Sneaker Love returns to ask the question of "Do you expect morality from your favorite brands?". As Nike fires its unvaccinated employees, costing people jobs, do you care as long as the shoes get to your doorstep? The Air Force 1 is getting some retro love in the form of old colorways being re-released. Matt also takes listener questions for the first time.New episodes every Wednesday.Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw20RHrdFl4uMFT8zeP5pgwMatty Ice Media Network: https://www.mattyicemedia.com

Purple Psychology
Episode 293: Time, Instant Gratification and Change

Purple Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 9:15


The disconnect we now have between instant gratification - instant response and the natural course of development and how long change creates.For years I have done a task with students to compare Rosa Parks and Dr Martin Luther King Jr.Both in terms of difference of personality to both create an impact as the best of themselves but also the length of time change takes. References:https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/montgomery-bus-boycotthttps://www.npr.org/2010/01/18/122701268/i-have-a-dream-speech-in-its-entirety?t=1642587267965Because I didn't have notes I forgot to talk about this article on how long it took for MLK Day to be acknowledged in all States and under the name of what it represents. See the full timeline!https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/mlk-day-timeline-how-the-martin-luther-king-jr-birthday-became-a-holiday

G-COM radio
Ep. 141: MLK as a Prop| Mosby Indicted | Crypto's Use

G-COM radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 68:14


For this show, I talk about politicians using MLK as a prop, Baltimore prosecutor being indicted on blown up charges, new Hip-Hop albums dropping, protests on Riker's Island and cryptocurrency being a tool and not seen as a magic wand to poof isms. What can it be? It's up to the individual.

Illegible and Uncensored
#74 - The Start of the End(emic)

Illegible and Uncensored

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:53


Happy late - MLK Day everyone,In this week's episode, Mike and Artie talk about the Endemic - what it means for us as a country and where we go from here. We also talk the US Supreme Court's decision about businesses getting the right to choose, why covid tests aren't free (yet should be), and how we can make those more susceptible to the disease get back to work. 

The Sports dude's
MLK day

The Sports dude's

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 31:19


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TAKE 2
Take 2 Podcast: MLK day, Tribune Editorial Board criticized, mask mandates

TAKE 2

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 49:25


Host: Heidi Hatch Guests: Greg Hughes, Maura Carabello MLK DAY Students statewide out of school today, many will be for the entire week. Today, we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.#MLKDay pic.twitter.com/KkmqfE0jqi — Utah State Athletics (@USUAthletics) January 17, 2022 Utah Legislature allows school districts to move to online learning as … Continue reading Take 2 Podcast: MLK day, Tribune Editorial Board criticized, mask mandates →

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
Konnect Podcast

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 53:50


KGMI's Joe Teehan sits down with YOU to talk about all MLK Day and more!

Nobody Expects The Dismal Science
Ep 60 Novax Djokovic, MLK Day, and Government Stock Divestment

Nobody Expects The Dismal Science

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 43:20


In this week's MLK Day episode, the guys review their upbringings' Civil Rights education and where it went right and wrong. In addition, they discuss "modern day Civil Rights champions" like Novak Djokovic and his ongoing legal battle in Australia. Lastly, they wrap with whether or not certain government employees should be able to trade individual stocks. As always, if you enjoyed this conversation and would like to hear others like it, be sure to like, review, and subscribe to us on your favorite podcast app. You can also follow us on Twitter at @NobodyDismal or email us at mailbag@nobodydismal.com. We promise to always respond, whether on-air or off.

Golf Today
HIDEKI HANGS TOUGH | Jan. 17

Golf Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 53:42


What a finish at the SONY Open! Hideki Matsuyama fights back from a five-stroke deficit to win in a playoff. Shane and Damon discuss just how dangerous Matsuyama could be if one particular facet of his game becomes more consistent... It's Martin Luther King Jr. day as well, so we again reflect on the legacy of Lee Elder and invite in a distinguished panel of guests to discuss where golf stands today in terms of racial equality. Paige Mackenzie also stops by to preview the first LPGA event of 2022, starting this Thursday. Panel on Racial Equality with Steve Mona, Andrew Haynes and Tarek DeLavallade: 37:08

Terry Meiners
Tim Findley talks "whitesplaining" MLK and violence in Louisville

Terry Meiners

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 10:25


Mayoral candidate Rev. Tim Findley Jr. discussed the "whitesplaining" of Martin Luther King Jr.'s beliefs on issues like voting rights and the filibuster and co-opting some of them for their owns causes on this MLK Day. He also talks about not being invited to an event earlier today that other mayoral candidates were invited too, violence in Louisville, and re-investing in public projects...

Slow Jams Goddess Network
MLK DAY TODAY LET'S CELEBRATE !!!

Slow Jams Goddess Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 4:45


Proclamation #5431—Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 1986 President Ronald Reagan signed the bill into law on November 2, 1983, and on January 20, 1986, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated as a federal holiday for the first time. Ase' Groove --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/80sclassicradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/80sclassicradio/support

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio
Focus On Voting Rights From Mass. Officials And Non-Profits On MLK Day

WBZ NewsRadio 1030 - News Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 0:44


Imari Paris Jeffries, the Executive Director of King Boston, said the day was an opportunity to be re-inspired. WBZ's Drew Mulholland has more:

Brew with the Crew: Buford Dialogue Podcast
S2E5: My Social Responsibility

Brew with the Crew: Buford Dialogue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:38


Dr. Martin Luther King believed in the idea of creating "The Beloved Community". Dr. King's Beloved Community is a global vision, in which all people can share in the riches of the earth. Racism and all forms of discrimination, bigotry and prejudice will be replaced by an all-inclusive spirit of sisterhood and brotherhood. In this MLK Day special episode, you will hear about Dr. King's 6 Steps of Nonviolent Social Change that will move us towards this vision. It is our social responsibility to take these steps if we ever hope to live in a beloved community.

KG Certified
MLK Day Special w/ Paul Pierce

KG Certified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 31:46


New year, New Show! KG: CERTIFIED is here as NBA Hall Of Famer Kevin Garnett joins the SHOWTIME BASKETBALL team to bring you unrivaled weekly content. On episode 1, KG is joined by Paul Pierce to breakdown the NBA's huge slate of MLK day games. #BetMGM: New Users Get A $1,000 Risk Free First Bet. Download Now: https://bit.ly/3I89XVC #SHOWTIMEBasketball #KGCertified #KevinGarnett #PaulPierce #NBA Subscribe to the SHOWTIME Basketball YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2OLkr50 Follow SHOWTIME Basketball: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shobasketball Twitter: https://twitter.com/shobasketball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Tabor Church
Secret Encounter

Tabor Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 10:01


Today will be the conclusion of what I was going to talk about on Friday, the secret encounter of Nicodemus and Jesus. Nicodemus comes to Jesus under the shadow of darkness. There are questions asked of Jesus and this is big news from a Jewish religious leader. The music of the podcast is from John Nugent. John is a Chicagoland area musician who has been a real blessing to Tabor Church. Support the show (http://taborchicago.org/give/)

Frank, Starlene & Hudson in the Morning
1/17 Daily Recap: Celebrating MLK Day

Frank, Starlene & Hudson in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 22:29


Today's show was full of laughter and celebration! We honored the great Martin Luther King Jr, gave away a trip to Florida, and even got to chat with Jerry Jones! Take a listen! Weekday mornings 5:30am - 10am

WICC 600
Melissa in the Morning: MLK Day

WICC 600

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 37:18


1. What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr think of today's world if he was still here? Robert Kinney shared insight on this topic and what people should take away from this day. ((00:10)) 2. Beware of fake masks and price gouging for at-home tests. Attorney General William Tong told us when this was detected and what you need to know. ((13:09)) 3. Crime on the Mind: Parking Meter Scams ((22:37)) IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

The Inside Wolves Podcast
Episode 8: The Power Within

The Inside Wolves Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 57:14


HAPPY MLK DAY! On this MLK Day we honor the King with an episode on Self Control... the difference maker in a lot of life choices. Tune in as Jefe, Juan & Q reflect the importance of self control in our lives and how tough it can be to maintain it. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

News 8 Daily
Free admission around town in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

News 8 Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 15:04


Your day-ahead forecast, MLK Day events, voting rights legislation latest, Omicron surge not over yet, mask guidance update, Djokavic deported from Australia, massive Tonga volcano, winter storms wreak havoc along East coast and more See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim
MLK Day Now Means Big Sales

Houston's Morning News w/ Shara & Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 125:04


Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter the most on the morning of 01/17/22.

Hawks Report
Ep. 1: The premiere featuring John Collins

Hawks Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 47:09


It's the debut of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's newest podcast, the Hawks Report hosted by Sarah K. Spencer. Sarah's first guest is John Collins. Collins responds to reports about his frustration with his role and performance this season. Atlanta's power forward also explains why the team has to deal with a target on its back and why he sees a light at the end of the tunnel. Plus, Spencer digs into the Hawks struggles at home, the Cam Reddish trade and what to watch this week, highlighted by the MLK Day game.

Odd1Out Podcast
MINI-POD: MLK Day/Welcome Back

Odd1Out Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 14:37


Nick and Manny celebrate Martin Luther King Day and preview what's to come for Avert Church/Odd1Out Podcast. Follow us on Instagram: @Odd1OutPodOdd1Out Links: https://www.avertchurch.com/odd1outlinksDon't forget to hit that subscribe button and drop a review!!! Your support is greatly appreciated. 

The Big Big East Show Podcast
Remembering the Big East # 11

The Big Big East Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 86:29


Happy Birthday to Dr Martin Luther King and welcome back to The Big Big East! On this very special day, Chris is joining with producer Jarrod Fortune. The two sit down and recap previous guests we have had so far on the show. Chris schools Jarrod on the intensity playing for the Big East conference at its peak. The two end the show by paying respect to the late Dr. Martin! Tune in now!Follow Chris!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cwalkersports/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cwalkersports Follow Big Big EastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigeastshow/ -When you think of college basketball, what comes to mind first? If it's The Big East Conference, then you're right. Basketball lives in New York City — from the Bronx to Brooklyn to Madison Square Garden, you can't look anywhere without seeing a basketball fan who loves the sport more than anything. If you love the game, you'll love hearing about it from former player, coach, and now CBS Sports analyst, Chris Walker. Tune in weekly with Chris as he breaks down games, chats with friends, and talks the love of the game.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Best Of The Bay
COVID-19 Update & MLK Day

Best Of The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 29:51


Ryan Gorman hosts an iHeartRadio nationwide special featuring Dr. Peter Marks, Director of the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research for the Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Marks offers the latest information on the Omicron variant and the COVID-19 vaccines. Trovon Williams, VP of Marketing and Communications for the NAACP, also joined the show to discuss the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

@theAlynettework
All Things 805 01/16/22

@theAlynettework

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 52:05


Celebrating the 36th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Observance with MLK Day 2022 planning committee member Vickey Manning. Family Restaurant Dynasty business with Chuy Ortiz, Jr. of El Pescador Fillmore. Local Events. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alynettework/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alynettework/support

AJC Live
From the Frontlines: ADL Works to Protect Voting Rights

AJC Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 12:38


"From the Frontlines" is an ADL podcast. It is hosted by ADL New York/New Jersey Director Scott Richman and focuses on ADL's efforts to fight antisemitism and hate in the United States and around the world. This week's special MLK Day podcast discussed the issue of voting rights and the work of ADL to protect this fundamental right in our democracy. The featured guest on the show was Amy Feinman. She serves as ADL's Civil Rights Counsel for the Northeast. For more information, visit https://www.adl.org/remembering-martin-luther-king-jr. Also joining the show was Jinnie Spiegler, ADL's Director of Curriculum and Training, who discussed the many educational resources that ADL has on the issues of voting rights. To access those resources, just visit https://www.adl.org/education/resources/tools-and-strategies/teaching-about-elections. This podcast originally aired as a radio show on WVOX 1460 AM.

Finlandia University Podcast Network
Finlandia Fridays Episode 167: MLK Day of Service with Beth Agen

Finlandia University Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 7:15


Assistant Professor of Management Beth Agen joins the show to talk about MLK Day of Service at FinnU, Finlandia's International College of Business and serving on the University's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee.

Mojo In The Morning
Ashley Nics Has to Work on MLK Day

Mojo In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 4:51


KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts
Lifestyle Lookout: Civics, Social Change and MLK Day

KGMI News/Talk 790 - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 5:25


KGMI's Dianna Hawryluk and Adam Smith talk about the MLK Day holiday, online educational resources and the drive to register young people to vote.

IDEAS IN ACTION | USC's Podcast Series
Reflecting on MLK, Equity and Inclusion in Today's America

IDEAS IN ACTION | USC's Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 30:39


USC professors Dr. Shaun R. Harper and Dr. Camille Gear Rich discuss the impact of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the challenges we still face today. Panelists Dr. Shaun Harper studies racial, gender, and LGBT issues in corporations, law firms, Hollywood production companies, K-12 schools, and universities. He is a Provost Professor in the USC Marshall School of Business and USC Rossier School of Education and the USC Race and Equity Center Executive Director. Dr. Camille Gear Rich's research and teaching interests include constitutional law, feminist legal theory, family law, children and the law and the First Amendment. She is Associate Provost for Faculty and Student Initiatives in the Social Sciences, and Professor of Law and Sociology at USC Gould School of Law, and co-founded USC's Diversity and Inclusion Awareness Week.

PresbySpeak
2018 Presbytery Leadership Reading of Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream"

PresbySpeak

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 17:06


On January 18, 2018, the Presbytery gathered at Doylestown for their Stated Meeting. In honor of MLK Day, Leadership of the Presbytery recited Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream." May we never turn back.

The Clergy Corner
Episode 172: MLK Day

The Clergy Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 9:45


This upcoming Monday is a special holiday in our nation as we celebrate the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This week Pastor Arik looks at why this holiday is important to his own life story and ministry.

The
“Raise-The-Wage": For Social Workers, Feat., NASW President, Dr. Mildred "Mit" C. Joyner, LCSW

The

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 41:51


We at Kelsunn Communications welcome you to this informative 6-Part Series entitled “Raise-The-Wage: The Case for Equitable Salaries for Social Workers and Other Human Services Professionals”. This series aims to launch a discussion about the value of Social Workers in all the roles they play. This series also highlights the impact Social Workers and other Human Service Professionals have on the clients, communities, and agencies they serve and why they should be compensated according to their impact. For our 1st Episode we are proud to present Dr. Mildred “Mit” C. Joyner, LCSW. She is currently the President of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) which has 55 chapters throughout the United States and its territories. Dr. Joyner also serves as President of the North America Region of the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), which includes Canada and the United States and is a member of IFSW's Executive Committee. She serves on the boards of the NASW Foundation and the NASW Assurance Services, Inc. Her other board service included a community bank, DNBFIRST, where she was the first female and only African American to serve in this capacity and the Chester County Food Bank. Dr. Joyner joined the faculty at West Chester University (WCU) in 1979 as assistant professor and served as the director and chairperson of the undergraduate social work department, a position she held for several decades. While at WCU, Professor Joyner presided over the campus Frederick Douglass Society, chaired the Committee of 16, developed the civility award, developed the Frederick Douglass Junior Ambassadors, led university town hall meetings on Embracing a Just Community, organized and obtained funding for the annual delivery of a MLK Day for the university and surrounding community, and was the chief architect of the university's campus climate committee. Professor Joyner also developed an interdisciplinary Race Relations course, which received an award from students for effective delivery of critical content on race. In 2011, Professor Joyner, a full professor of social work, received the emeritus rank with full rights and privileges from the West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Later in 2011, she retired from the university and created MCJ Consultants which specializes in organizational change and achieving equity. Professor Joyner is a former president of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Concurrently, she served on the board of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) and represented the United States. She also served as president of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD). She holds membership in BPD, CSWE, and NASW. She is the recipient of numerous awards including: 2005 AGE-SW and BPD Gerontology Leadership Award for stellar national leadership in the field of gerontology; the BPD Lifetime Achievement Award; Living Beyond Breast Cancer Founders Award for leadership and stewardship; the first Dr. Inabel Burns Lindsay Award from Howard University School of Social Work; the Central State University Hall of Fame Award as a Distinguished Alumni; the First William Culp lecturer by Abilene Christian University School of Social Work; and the CSWE Lifetime Service and Leadership Award. In September 2019, Mit Joyner received the prestigious NASW of Pennsylvania Phyllis Black Lifetime Achievement Award for her leadership and commitment to social justice and the quest for obtaining equity for all. Professor Joyner is married to the Honorable J. Curtis Joyner, a Senior Federal Judge of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Together they have three daughters Dr. Jennifer Joyner-Hall a clinical psychologist in Washington, DC; Nicole M. Joyner, a human resource director in Atlanta, GA; and Jacqlyn A. Joyner an attorney in Washington, DC. Her greatest role is being “Gg” to her two grandsons David Anthony Hall IV and Jacob James Joyner Hall. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kelsunn-on-the-air/support

The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 55 with Scott Ellsworth, Writer of Moving, Impeccably-Researched Historical Novels like The Secret Game, Death in a Promised Land, and May 18th's The Ground Breaking

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2021 68:32


Show Notes and Links to Scott Ellsworth's Work and Allusions/Texts from Episode 55   On Episode 55, Pete talks with Scott Ellsworth about the writing life, his interests and inspirations, and the incredible events and personalities that surround the famous “Secret Game” between the players of North Carolina College for Negroes and the white players of Duke University's Medical School. Scott's book on the subject is The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change, and Basketball's Lost Triumph. The two also discuss the research and events surrounding the Tulsa Race Massacre and Scott's highly-acclaimed book, set to come out on May 18, The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice. Scott Ellsworth is the New York Times bestselling author of The Secret Game, winner of the 2016 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports Writing. He has written about American history for The New York Times, The Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. Formerly a historian at the Smithsonian Institution, he is also the author of The World Beneath Their Feet and Death in a Promised Land, his groundbreaking account of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. Scott lives in Ann Arbor, where he teaches in the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies at the University of Michigan. "Scott Ellsworth's absolutely riveting book does more than chronicle the Tulsa Race massacre of 1921 and its literal exhumation. With a stunning combination of objectivity and empathy, it demonstrates how even in polarized times we can come together in pursuit of truth. Though concerned with past events, it explores every stratum of the American city now—from City Hall, to dive bars, to homeless encampments, to the living rooms of the wealthy and the poor, regardless of color or creed. Anyone interested in America's future should read it as a template for the reconciliation that lies ahead." —Tim Blake Nelson, actor, Watchmen and Just Mercy, and Tulsa native on The Ground Breaking: an American City and its Search for Justice   Buy The Ground Breaking: an American City and its Search for Justice (Out May 18)   Buy The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change, and Basketball's Lost Triumph   Book Review for The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change, and Basketball's Lost Triumph   “JIM CROW LOSES; The Secret Game” Published in New York Times Magazine - March 31, 1996-by Scott Ellsworth   “On MLK Day, recalling The Secret Game"-by Mark Adams, January 17. 2011, on Espn.com At about 3:10, Scott talks about the lead up to the upcoming release of The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice on May 18 of this year   At about 4:30, Scott talks about his early days of writing and reading   At about 8:00, Scott talks about the texts and writers that have been given him “chills at will,” including A River Runs Through It, Their Eyes Were Watching God, among others, in line with his belief all literature is    At about 10:45, Scott relates an amusing anecdote about the great writer Zora Neale Hurston that is recounted in his book Secret Game, and Pete and Scott discuss Hurston's interesting life and important work (including "How it Feels to be Colored Me")    At about 13:00, discussion about Aubrey from The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change, and Basketball's Lost Triumph leads to an overview of the historical events leading up to and including those of the book   At about 16:25, Scott talks about some of the important characters from the book, including Jack Burgess and his rude awakening to the ugly world of Jim Crow, and Dave Hubbell   At about 20:00, Scott talks about his thought process in using some of the obsolete and often-fraught racial terminology of the book's time period   At about 21:55, Scott talks about Henry “Big Dog” Thomas, a memorable member of the North Carolina College for Negroes, and the moving late scene in the book where Big Dog asserts his pride and his independence   At about 24:00. Scott talks about how his research for the book and outside of the book, reminds him that there were so many “baby steps” in the civil rights movement, and how he hopes that he has honored them and shined a light on them   At about 25:00, Scott talks about some of the events that involved people from the book, like Aubrey Stanly and Pee Wee-events many years after “The Secret Game”   At about 27:25, Pete and Scott discuss the outsized impact of the legendary coach of  North Carolina College for Negroes, John McLendon   At about 28:45, Scott discusses how he framed the narratives of Phog Allen and James Naismith and the research that connected them to John McLendon and “The Secret Game”; this also leads Scott to discuss the genesis of the book itself   At about 34:40, Scott ticks off the impressive list of firsts achieved by Coach John McLendon   At about 36:00, Pete and Scott talk about Scott's incredible ability to connect seemingly disparate historical events in his writing   At about 36:35, Scott talks about the details of the famous “Secret Game” that the book chronicles   At about 40:30, Scott talks about the research done for the book, and how he was able to provide such a detail, including tracing a journey from the book by taking the bus himself   At about 42:30, Pete and Scott talk about the ways in which Jackie Robinson and other early “racial trailblazers”/HBCU athletes were often asked to “rise above” vitriolic and dehumanizing racism   At about 44:50, Scott talks about some of the aftereffects of the game and how he juxtaposed this effect with the racist killing of Booker T. Spicely   At about 47:50, Scott talks about the legacy of The Secret Game and its participants    At about 49:00, Scott talks about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 and his 1982 book, Death in a Promised Land: The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921, including his connection to the great historian, John Hope Franklin   At about 52:00, Scott talks about the silences, both forced and not, that have led to an incomplete accounting of the death and destruction from the Tulsa Race Massacre; he also talks about how he is involved in efforts to do exhumations and studies into the deaths and circumstance from 1921 Tulsa   At about 53:30, Scott and Pete talk about the renewed interest in the massacre due to The Watchmen, Lovecraft Country, and the 100th anniversary, with Scott explaining why he has written a “sequel” of sorts to his 1982 book with 2021's The Ground Breaking; a lot of the interest comes from Scott's work on a commission to search for the mass graves of massacre victims   At about 57:20, Scott talks about reparations with regard to the massacre   At about 59:25, Scott reads a bit of Chapter One and the last part of The Afterword from The Secret Game...   At about 1:05:00, Scott talks about future projects and shouts out bookstores where you can buy his book-Fulton Street Books in Tulsa, Magic City Books in Tulsa You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Spotify, Stitcher,  and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1.  This is a passion project, a DIY operation, and Pete would love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
2259: Well, We'll See How It Goes!

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 104:32


Rod and Karen discuss Karen's hair growth, MLK Day, insurrection fall out, Coronavirus News, Biden plans to cancel Keystone pipeline, Biden plans to give 11 million immigrants a pathway to citizenship, Facebook bans weapon ads, NRA bankrupt, Letitia James sued NYPD, Flex disses Jay-Z for not being on social media and sword ratchetness. Twitter: @rodimusprime @SayDatAgain @TBGWT Email: theblackguywhotips@gmail.com Blog: www.theblackguywhotips.com Voice Mail: 704-557-0186