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Friends, Facts & Fiction
Season 5 Episode 9: Post Prohibition

Friends, Facts & Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 84:31


This week Grant takes us on a trip down the road of post prohibition! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/support

Heritage Radio Network On Tour
2022 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen: Jackie Summers' Love Potion To The World: SOREL

Heritage Radio Network On Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 13:09


After facing a harrowing health diagnosis and remarkably coming out the other side, Jackie talks about what drove him to become the first Black person in the U.S. to be granted a license to make liquor post-Prohibition. The result, a spicy, fragrant hibiscus liquor that is unforgettable.HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.

SBS World News Radio
World leaders work towards nuclear weapons ban

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:17


The organisers of this week's first-ever meeting of States Parties to the Treaty of the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Vienna say nuclear war is still a possibility

American History Tellers
Encore: The Age of Jackson | King Mob | 5

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:07


On Andrew Jackson's inauguration day, citizens mobbed the White House, breaking furniture and fine china. It was a sign of troubles to come. Elected as a populist president, Jackson was dogged by chaos and controversy from his first days in office. But a sex scandal known as “The Petticoat Affair” was minor compared to the challenges that lay ahead for America's seventh president.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Pacific Beat
Pacific perspectives highlighted at nuclear prohibition meeting

Pacific Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 9:49


Pacific island experiences will be at the fore in a global meeting on the prohibition of nuclear weapons beginning in Austria today.

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history
Season 4, Ep. 9, The New Juneteenth Holiday & Utah's Laws on Interracial Marriage (1888-1963)

Speak Your Piece: a podcast about Utah's history

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 60:27


June 2, 2022 (Season 4, Episode 9, episode length: 61 minutes) Click here to read the larger Speak Your Piece shownotes.Women, Race and Marriage: This Speak Your Piece episode involves: (a) Women's history–this is the 2nd in a series about Utah Women's History, (b) Utah's new Juneteenth holiday, and (c) a seminar-like discussion on Patrick Mason's Utah Historical Quarterly article, entitled: “The Prohibition of Interracial Marriage in Utah, 1888-1963 (V. 76, No. 2). This excellent UHQ article, offers much insights into the law, politics and culture surrounding race in Utah, during the late 19th and 20th c.   If you want to understand what historical headwinds are pushing up against Juneteenth in Utah, here's your episode.Dr. Cassandra Clark, Utah's Women's History Initiative coordinator, draws out in this discussion not only the issues about race in Utah, but also challenges us to seek out women's stories and perspectives. With Mason's help, Clark explains how to identify motive and biases around historical sources; and how bystander male assumptions (in this case male clerks, police officers and newspaper reporters) may no longer be mistaken for women's stories and perspectives. Next, late 19th c. US congressional efforts, and the broader American public's resistance to Mormon polygamy, along with Utah mirroring the nation's anxiety about race, all play in this complex story. “Responding to a nation that portrayed polygamist Mormons as the most deluded and degraded of all people, Latter-day Saints counter attacked by highlighting the moral depravity of their critics. Mormons strong disavowal of miscegenation certainly reflects trends in late 19th century LDS theology and culture, but it also represents a political tactic calculated to deflect attention and criticism at the high point of the national anti-polygamy crusade.”  Patrick MasonThe heart of this UHQ article involves America's and Utah's very wrong and harmful historical assumptions about race, also white legislators' efforts to restrict, in regards to race, who should or should not marry in the eyes of the state. And finally, how Utah and the nation sought to codify into law, anti-miscegenation or interracial marriages (most particulary white & black or white & Asian). The use of the term “miscegenation," is a historical term that has no currency in a society based on respect for all human rights, fundamental freedoms, and racial equality. To read Mason's article, click on "The Prohibition of Interracial Marriage in Utah, 1888-1963" At the present Mason is the Arrington Chair of Mormon History & Culture, and is an associate professor of Religious Studies and History, at Utah State University.Mason begins his article with this description: “On a September day in 1898, Dora Harris and her fiancé Quong Wah, Chinese immigrant and proprietor of a downtown laundry service, enter the county clerk's office in Salt Lake City, seeking a marriage license. The deputy county clerk rejected their request citing a law passed ten years earlier by the territorial legislature which forbade a white person from marrying anyone of black or Asian descent.”On this first nation-wide commemoration of “Juneteenth,” this episode acknowledges and describes this new national holiday; offers the backstory and describes why nationally, and in Utah, this holiday and what it represents is a good thing. The date celebrates the two year delayed announcement in Texas of the end of Slavery. 

American History Tellers
Wondery Presents: The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 5:52


On May 4, 2001, Bonny Lee Bakley was found fatally shot in a car on a dark North Hollywood street. The prime suspect was her husband, famed actor Robert Blake. But Bonny, a longtime con artist, had plenty of enemies. She left behind a trail of men she'd scammed, and she had a volatile relationship with Christian Brando, the troubled son of movie star Marlon Brando. Not since the O.J. Simpson case had the eyes of the nation been so fixated on a homicide. The search for Bonny's killer took detectives on an eleven-month odyssey across the country and through Hollywood's underbelly of hustlers, drug addicts, and would-be hitmen. It would be the most expensive murder investigation in LAPD history to date. This is the story of Robert and Bonny's toxic relationship, her shocking murder, and his chaotic trial. Did actor Robert Blake kill his wife? Or was the murder someone else's vendetta?From Wondery, and the team behind the hit series Hollywood & Crime (The Dating Game Killer, The Wonderland Murders, Death of Starlet) comes a six-part series about love, obsession and fame gone wrong. Co-hosted by Tracy Pattin and Josh Lucas.Listen to The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley: wondery.fm/AHT_TEOBLBSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Beer Sessions Radio (TM)
Chickens in Every Pot, Ciders on Every Corner: James Asbel, Peter Mitchell and Ronald Sansone

Beer Sessions Radio (TM)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 62:43


This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy welcomes the legends of the cider world — James Asbel from Ciders of Spain, Peter Mitchell (not British) of Headwater Cider Company and Ronald Sansone from Spoke + Spy Ciderworks, who just so happens to also be the president of the Cider Institute of North America. The gang will discuss Spanish cider and its making methods, before traveling through space and time to investigate the historical and geographical developments of ciders.The episode kicks off with a vivid introduction into Peter's 2000 trees orchard and his motto of “grow what you press, press what you grow,” James' discovery of Spanish ciders, along with Ron's love for dry still cider. The group also talks about cider making in different regions from Spain, to the Pacific Northwest, to Franklin County and the overall New England area. Last but not least, Ron leads us down the history of cider in the United States — how it started out as “the bad boy” in prohibition and became the outcast when people were rewriting the law of alcohol. James also digs deeper into Spanish cider making, the ubiquity of ciders in Spain and how he chooses his products, before Jimmy declares his running for office with the slogan, “chickens in every pot, ciders on every corner.” Catch us right now and vote for Jimmy 2024!            Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Beer Sessions Radio by becoming a member!Beer Sessions Radio is Powered by Simplecast.

Pour Another Round
Brewery 064 - August Schell Brewing Company - New Ulm, MN

Pour Another Round

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 55:32


The August Schell Brewing Company is the second-oldest family owned brewery in the United States. Do you know who the oldest is?With nearly 200 years of history, there are plenty of stories to share and beers to be had at Schell's. You'll hear about August Schell's German emmigration to Prohibition to the craft beer boom and many things in between. Learn how the famous Grain Belt brand ended up under the Schell's umbrella, as well. 

The Four Top
Ep. 106: Should We Be Pro-Prohibition?

The Four Top

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 54:07


Turns out the Prohibitionists were alllll right. In Ep. 106, find out why you—yes, you!—likely would have supported the Temperance movement back in 1920, and the lessons that yesteryear's teetotalers can teach us today.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Gavin Grey: Dutch agency prevented Russian spy from working at ICC

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 3:46


A Dutch intelligence agency said Thursday that it foiled a sophisticated attempt by a Russian spy using a false Brazilian identity to work as an intern at the International Criminal Court, which is investigating allegations of Russian war crimes in Ukraine.The General Intelligence and Security Service of the Netherlands said the 36-year-old man, identified as Sergey Vladimirovich Cherkasov, worked for Russia's shadowy GRU agency and tried to gain access to the global court based in The Hague under the cover name of Viktor Muller Ferreira.“If the intelligence officer had succeeded in gaining access as an intern to the ICC, he would have been able to gather intelligence there and to look for (or recruit) sources, and arrange to have access to the ICC's digital systems,” the Dutch agency said. “That way he would have been able to provide a significant contribution to the intelligence that the GRU is seeking. He might also have been able to influence criminal proceedings of the ICC.”The agency said it uncovered his identity and informed the Netherlands' immigration service in April that he was considered a national security threat.“On these grounds, the intelligence officer was refused entry into the Netherlands in April and declared unacceptable. He was sent back to Brazil on the first flight out,” the agency, known by its acronym AIVD, said. It did not reveal how it unmasked the spy.In March, ICC Prosecutor Karim Khan opened an investigation in Ukraine, where Russian forces have been accused of war crimes. The court also is investigating alleged crimes committed during the 2008 Russo-Georgian War and has issued arrest warrants for three men who served in the Russian-backed self-declared republic of South Ossetia.Court spokeswoman Sonia Robla said the ICC “was briefed by the Dutch authorities and is very thankful to the Netherlands for this important operation and more generally, for exposing security threats.”She said as the court's host state, “the role of the Dutch authorities is key in the protection of the ICC headquarters. The ICC takes these threats very seriously and will continue to work and cooperate with the Netherlands.”In a statement about the foiled bid to infiltrate the ICC, the Dutch intelligence agency said Cherkasov used “a well-constructed cover identity by which he concealed all his ties with Russia in general, and the GRU in particular.”It said he was an “illegal” agent “who received long and extensive training." The Dutch agency even released a redacted document, dated around 2010, in which he lays out his fabricated backstory.“Because of their alias identity, illegals are difficult to discover,” the AIVD said. “For that reason they often remain undetected, allowing them to carry out intelligence activities. Because they present themselves as foreigners, they have access to information that would be inaccessible to a Russian national.”It is not the first time Russian spies have attempted to infiltrate an international organization in The Hague.In 2018, the Dutch defense minister accused GRU spies of attempted cybercrimes targeting the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and an international investigation into the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine. The probe said the plane was brought down by a missile was driven into Ukraine from a Russian military base and fired from territory controlled by pro-Moscow separatists. Russia denies involvement.Earlier this year, after Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, the Netherlands was one of several European nations that expelled Russians believed linked to espionage. The Netherlands kicked out 17 Russians who it described as intelligence officers masquerading as diplomats.- by Mike Corder, AP

ProStudyZone : Education for All
Treaty on the prohibition of Nuclear weapons

ProStudyZone : Education for All

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 0:44


Treaty on the prohibition of Nuclear weapons | International Treaties and Conventions --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prostudyzone/message

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Afternoon Ag News, June 16, 2022: A U.S. Representative pushes for a bill to prohibit China from buying U.S. farmland

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 2:30


The Prohibition of Agricultural Land for the People's Republic of China Act would stop China's government from buying up any more American farmland. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Radio Résonance
RIY #121

Radio Résonance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 118:22


Emission de fin d'année avec du bon son des 90's, du son qui a fait vibrer vos serviteurs !

Sefer Hachinuch
Misva #217: The Prohibition Against Harvesting One's Entire Field

Sefer Hachinuch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


In addition to the affirmative command obligating a farmer to leave the corner of his field (“Pe'a”) for the poor, the Torah also formulates a separate command forbidding harvesting the entire field, without leaving a portion for the poor (“Lo Techaleh Pe'at Sadecha” – Vayikra 19:9). As we discussed in regard to the affirmative command (Misva #216), the Torah does not assign a minimum required amount which must be left for the poor. One satisfies his Torah obligation by leaving even a very small portion of his produce. However, the Sages enacted that one should leave at least one-sixtieth of the produce for the poor. As the Torah requires Pe'a as both an affirmative command and a prohibition, this prohibition falls under the category of “Lav Ha'nitak La'aseh” – a violation which can be rectified. If one violated the prohibition by harvesting the entire field, he can rectify his violation and thus avoid the punishment of Malkut by giving a portion of the harvested produce to the poor. As long as the produce is still extant, the violator is not liable to Malkut, because he can correct his wrongdoing by giving the required portion from the harvested produce.

WTAQ Ag on Demand
Newhouse Bill to Prohibit China from Buying US Farmland

WTAQ Ag on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 2:00


U.S. Representative Dan Newhouse of Washington is working on the Prohibition of Agricultural Land for the People's Republic of China Act would stop China's government from buying up any more American farmland.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kampf der Unternehmen
Bacardi vs Pernod Ricard | Jäger oder Beute | 2

Kampf der Unternehmen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 23:34


Ein Rückblick auf die Ursprünge: Bevor sie zu Unternehmen mit Milliardenumsatz werden, die viele der größten Alkoholmarken von heute besitzen, sind Bacardi, Pernod und Ricard drei winzige Firmen in Familienhand. Pernods Absinth ist legendär, der Name wird zum Synonym für hochprozentigen Alkoholgenuss. Auf dem Höhepunkt seiner Popularität wird die „Grüne Fee“ allerdings verboten. Ricard bringt einen erfolgreichen Absinth-Ersatz auf den Markt, bevor er mit Pernod fusioniert. In der Zwischenzeit wird Bacardi reich und berühmt, und das zu einer für einen Destillateur ungewöhnlichen Zeit – während der Prohibition. Der große Erfolg bringt die beiden Unternehmen Bacardi und Pernod Ricard auf Kollisionskurs mit einem in Kuba hergestellten Rum namens „Havana Club“.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.

American History Tellers
Encore: The Age of Jackson | Good Feelings | 2

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 34:19


In the summer of 1817, President James Monroe toured the country in an effort to unify the ever-growing United States. His optimistic presidency ushered in what became known as “The Era of Good Feelings.” But in reality, it was barely an era at all. The facade of political unity had already begun to crack by 1819, when Monroe faced his first serious political crisis: the Missouri Controversy, which brought the issue of slavery into the national spotlight.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Zip Recruiter- For an easier way to find the right jobs and connect with great employers, go to ziprecruiter.com to sign up for FREE!Peloton- Want strength, endurance, flexibility? Visit onepeloton.com to learn more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Pod Curiam
An Unqualified Prohibition of Self-Help Eviction: Providing a Right to Court Process for All Residential Occupants

Pod Curiam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 63:31


According to real estate brokerage Douglas Elliman, the median monthly rent in Manhattan recently topped $4,000. With the cost of housing skyrocketing and countless renters scrambling for affordable options, we took the opportunity to speak with Matthew Main about the origins of the landlord-tenant relationship and his proposal for a total prohibition on “self-help” evictions, or evictions without judicial process. Main's Article, which will be published in Issue 6 of Volume 43, focuses especially on a class of residential occupants who have not signed a lease and, therefore, do not fall into the legally protected category of “tenant.” Since the occupant does not have a protected possessory interest in the residence, the landowner does not have to take the occupant to court to affect an eviction. As a result, a nontenant occupant is at risk of being put out on the street for any reason. Tune in to learn why Main believes a total ban on self-help evictions is necessary to stem the rising tide of homelessness in New York and across the country.  

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 2245: Old Soggy No. 1

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 3:49


Episode: 2245 Slats Rodgers' Old Soggy No. 1, the first Texas-Built aeroplane to fly.  Today, Texas' first aeroplane.

Friends, Facts & Fiction
Season 5 Episode 7: Pre Prohibition

Friends, Facts & Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 68:31


This week Drew starts us off on our deep dive into prohibition, with pre-prohibition! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/friends-facts--fiction/support

Text & Context: Daf Yomi by Rabbi Dr. Hidary
Yevamot 95 - How Can Adultery Be Called a Lenient Prohibition?

Text & Context: Daf Yomi by Rabbi Dr. Hidary

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 54:26


Dedicated by Joseph Dana in honor of his wife, Esther, for being his biggest supporter and the foundation of their beautiful family.

CCNS Update
Take Action! Support the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and Encourage the Media to Cover It

CCNS Update

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 4:08


While you may not be able to travel to Vienna, Austria for the First Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, you can sign the online Statement on the Existential Threat of Nuclear Weapons. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ccnsupdate/support

The Tattooed Historian Show
Fierce Valor: The True Story of Ronald Speirs and his Band of Brothers

The Tattooed Historian Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 55:02


His comrades called him “Killer.” Of the elite paratroopers who served in the venerated “Band of Brothers” during the Second World War, none were more enigmatic than Ronald Speirs. Rumored to have gunned down enemy prisoners and even one of his own disobedient sergeants, Speirs became a foxhole legend among his troops. But who was the real Lieutenant Speirs? In Fierce Valor, historians Jared Frederick and Erik Dorr unveil the fuller story of Easy Company's longest-serving commander. Tested by trials of extreme training, military rivalry, and lost love, Speirs's international odyssey begins as an immigrant child in Prohibition-era Boston and continues through the bloody campaigns of France, Holland, and Germany. But 1945 did not mark an end to Speirs's military adventures. Uncovered by sharp scholarship, his lesser-known exploits in Korea, the Cold War, and embattled Laos also come to light for the first time. Packed with groundbreaking research, Fierce Valor unveils a compelling portrait of an officer defined by boldness on the battlefield and the inherent costs of war. His story serves as a telling reminder that few soldiers escape the power of their own pasts.

Croco's Corner
Problems in History: Prohibition (Part 1)

Croco's Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 38:41


Welcome to Problems in History and in this edition our master historian Anthony Gil goes over Prohibition. Hope you enjoy!

American History Tellers
Encore: The Age of Jackson | Washington Burns | 1

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 36:39


In 1814, British troops burned down the White House. That fire would be extinguished, and the Executive Mansion would be rebuilt. But another fire smoldered on – a fire that would eventually consume the United States. This is Antebellum America: the decades leading up to the Civil War.This was America's adolescence. The young nation was growing at tremendous speed, forcing its leaders to address fundamental questions about their country's identity and values. Could the individual states put aside their differences to remain united? And could this new country live up to its lofty ideals, especially when it came to issues like slavery or the treatment of Native Americans?One leader shaped this era more than any other: America's reluctant seventh president, Andrew Jackson.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Better Help- American History Tellers Listeners get 10% OFF their first month at betterhelp.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Whiskey Lore: The Interviews
Breaking Pennsylvania Through Kentucky Bourbon's Hold on American Whiskey History with Laura Fields

Whiskey Lore: The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 93:16


This week I conclude my interview with Laura Fields as we dive deep into Pennsylvania's pre and post-Prohibition history. We'll also talk about the difficulty of telling American whiskey history without using a Kentucky Bourbon lens. In addition Laura will dispel some long held beliefs about who could distill during Prohibition and how many distillers had licenses to sell it. Plus we'll look at craft distilling in Pennsylvania and see if the industry is coming back.

WikiFreakz
#123 - Four Freedoms, FDR, Prohibition, Religious Use of Wine & Viticulture!

WikiFreakz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 44:55


It's Americana! It's Norman Rockwell's FOUR FREEDOMS and from there we move on over to the FDR who was against PROHIBITION, cause he loved to party. And honestly how could any God fearing American against the blood of Christ? Well you can't when you're engaged in the RELIGIOUS USE OF WINE! And where does this delicious nectar come from? Ask your local VITNER! IT's a hot EP! And your'e invited! Follow WikiFreakz IG and Twitter @wikifreakzz ————————————————————————————————————- Follow Jill Weiner on IG and Twitter @jill_lives www.jilllives.com Venmo @jill-weiner-1 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow Connor Creagan on IG and Twitter @connorcreagan www.connorcreagan.info Venmo @connor-creagan

Walter Edgar's Journal
Baptists and Bootleggers

Walter Edgar's Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 118:24


In her book, Baptists and Bootleggers: A Prohibition Expedition Through the South (2021, Evening Post Books) Kathryn Smith takes you to major cities and small towns, all of which struggled between the Baptists and their teetotaling allies who preached temperance and the bootleggers who got rich providing what their customers couldn't buy legally.Smith talks with Walter Edgar about her Prohibition expedition through hotels, bars, speakeasies, museums and cemeteries, and shares some vintage cocktail recipes she picked up along the way.

Scary Savannah and Beyond
Ep. 31: Prohibition in Savannah

Scary Savannah and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 50:36


In this week's episode we talk about the spirits of Savannah - the kind that you drink! We discuss Prohibition and its effects on Savannah, Georgia. We also visit the nation's only Prohibition Museum - located right in the heart of Savannah! On What We're Watching, we review the 1996 Horror/Action film, “From Dusk Till Dawn.” And on Layla and Coffee talk, we find out more about their toys Find us on the web: www.scarysavannahandbeyond.com We now have exclusive content on our Patreon page! This includes audio and video episodes! Please go check it out at: www.patreon.com/scarysavannah Give us a call and leave a voicemail about a story idea, a message for the podcast, or if you in fact are affiliated with Big Alcohol (we'll play it on the show!) ph. 912-406-2899 Get some goods at our awesome merch store! https://scarysavannah.square.site Visit us on social media: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/scarysavannah Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scarysavannah Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scarysavannah YouTube: Scary Savannah and Beyond - YouTube Tik-Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@scarysavannah LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/scarysavannahandbeyond You can follow the show creators on Twitter as well! Brett: https://www.twitter.com/brettlay Crystal: https://www.twitter.com/aquablonde27

Whiskey Lore: The Interviews
When Pennsylvania Ruled American Whisky with Laura Fields of the American Whiskey Convention

Whiskey Lore: The Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 64:22


Thanks to Steve Bashore of George Washington's Distillery, I had a chance to meet Laura Fields of the Fields Foundation and American Whiskey Convention. Her passionate devotion to recovering the lost history of Pennsylvania distilling is truly inspiring. Before Kentucky, there was Monongahela Rye and it didn't die out long before Prohibition, instead, it died at the same time Kentucky did. But after Prohibition, Kentucky took over the narrative for American whiskey and Pennsylvania all but forgot its history. In this episode, we aim to change that as we go back to the very origins of Pennsylvania's distilling history.

This Day in History Class
The Rum Riot wreaks havoc in Portland, Maine - June 2nd, 1855

This Day in History Class

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 10:04


On this day in 1855, roughly 3,000 people stormed city hall in Portland, Maine, looking for a secret stash of alcohol that had been illegally purchased by the mayor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

California True Crime
The Murder of Idema Cerney

California True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 57:01


Idema Cerney was found murdered in the Mojave Desert in 1932. After identifying her using Bertillion measurements it would be a short time before investigators honed in on a suspect, her husband, Gus Cerney, a gin runner during prohibition. To bring justice in this case they tracked Cerney across the United States in a manhunt that finally ended in Chicago, Illinois.

American History Tellers
The Great Mississippi Flood | Media Storm | 4

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 41:59


In 1927, a slow-moving catastrophe like the Great Mississippi Flood was perfect material for a relatively new medium: radio. Over the airwaves, the flood became the first natural disaster that Americans could follow almost in real time, day by day, as the rising river waters swept away one town after another.In this episode, Lindsay talks with Susan Scott Parrish, author of The Flood Year 1927: A Cultural History, about the ways Americans far from the Mississippi River experienced the disaster in newspapers, on the radio, and in popular culture. They'll also discuss how entertainers of the time rallied the public to raise funds for recovery, while federal relief efforts only enforced existing socioeconomic and racial divides in the South.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Sleep Number- Special offers for a Limited Time are available at sleepnumber.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

YUTORAH: R' Eliakim Koenigsberg -- Recent Shiurim
June Zman 2022 - Ma'achalei Akum 1 - Pas Akum - Did the Original Prohibition Take Hold?

YUTORAH: R' Eliakim Koenigsberg -- Recent Shiurim

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 56:29


BierTalk
BierTalk English 6 - Talk with Mirella Amato, beer consultant, beer sommelier, and author based in Toronto, Canada

BierTalk

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 52:30


Mirella Amato started out with her Italian temperament as a furious opera singer, but then discovered the fascinating world of beer for herself. First she combined live music with beers, then followed beer events, beer education and beer judging with her own brand Beerology. In 2014, she published her first book, also under the name Beerology, which is also available in German. In 2021, she broke new ground with an online course on food pairing. In BierTalk, we talk about this fascinating development and learn about the innovative course concept...

The Karel Cast
Karel Cast 063 Memorial Day for Gun Victims, Plus Xenophobia and Prohibition

The Karel Cast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 27:58


Karel Cast 063 Memorial Day for Gun Victims, Plus Xenophobia and Prohibition As we go in to the weekend maybe we should expand this holiday to include the thousands that have died to legal gun violence. Because there are more of them than war dead, and they are truly serving America by dying for the right to bare arms. And then, you know the what of Prohibition but do you know the why? It may shock you. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, and subscribe at YouTube.com/reallykarel @ReallyKarel is all social media and website reallykarel.com

Progressive Voices
Karel Cast 063 Memorial Day for Gun Victims, Plus Xenophobia and Prohibition

Progressive Voices

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 25:58


Karel Cast 063 Memorial Day for Gun Victims, Plus Xenophobia and Prohibition As we go in to the weekend maybe we should expand this holiday to include the thousands that have died to legal gun violence. Because there are more of them than war dead, and they are truly serving America by dying for the right to bare arms. And then, you know the what of Prohibition but do you know the why? It may shock you. Listen wherever you get your podcasts, and subscribe at YouTube.com/reallykarel @ReallyKarel is all social media and website reallykarel.com

American History Tellers
Wondery Presents The Lead: Starting Five

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 4:20


The Lead: Starting Five is a new daily sports show from the creators of the award-winning podcast, The Lead. Every weekday, our team of perennial all-star hosts breaks down five of the biggest sports stories of the day, in 10 minutes. Whether it's Tom Brady un-retiring (seriously, how did we fall for that), LeBron James hinting at another return to Cleveland, or a minor league mascot getting named ‘Blob' through a Twitter fan vote, you'll hear about it on Starting Five. Get the sports news and analysis you need to start your day, five days a week, with The Lead: Starting Five.Listen to the rest of this episode at http://wondery.fm/TLS5_HistoryTellersSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
The Great Mississippi Flood | Master of Emergencies | 3

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 39:47


Herbert Hoover's management of the flood relief garnered widespread praise and put him in position to secure the Republican nomination for President. But the African-American press told a different story, one of rampant racial abuse in Red Cross camps throughout the flood zone.In Greenville, Mississippi, the exploitation of Black workers was especially persistent. In the summer, tensions rose to new heights, and soon, a fatal shooting would tear the battered town apart.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Zip Recruiter- For an easier way to find the right jobs and connect with great employers, go to ziprecruiter.com to sign up for FREE!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Untoxicated Podcast
Ep140 – Ending Our Societal Love Affair with Alcohol

Untoxicated Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:32


What are the most impactful steps we can take to decrease the massive amount of abusive drinking that is condoned in our culture? Prohibition didn't work, but are there other legal, taxation, media/marketing or educational tactics we can employ to remove boozing from it's place as the national pastime? Sheri and Matt discuss all of the tactics, as well as the underlying causes that really deserve our attention. And there is good news to celebrate in present and future trends. Sheri also tells Matt why she wants to punch him in the throat. If you love or loved an alcoholic, and your recovery could benefit from connection with people who understand, please check out our Echoes of Recovery program.

American History Tellers
The Great Mississippi Flood | Dirty Water | 2

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 40:16


Early in the morning on April 22nd, 1927, flood waters from a break in the Mound Landing levee entered the town of Greenville, Mississippi. Within hours, the town was submerged in 10 feet of water. Thousands of residents fought to reach higher ground, desperately clinging to tree tops and floating houses.The flood inundated 27,000 square miles in seven states. Soon, President Calvin Coolidge appointed Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover to manage relief efforts for the Red Cross. But Hoover's decision to decentralize relief would have unintended consequences – especially in towns like Greenville, where thousands of Black sharecroppers were virtual prisoners, detained in brutally policed refugee camps.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Peloton- Want strength, endurance, flexibility? Visit onepeloton.com to learn more!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ask Pastor John
Would You Have Supported Prohibition in 1913?

Ask Pastor John

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 13:12


In the early twentieth century, many Christian leaders lent their approval to the cause of Prohibition. Would Pastor John have done the same if he lived back then?

Business Movers
The King of Booze | Unspoken Rules | 1

Business Movers

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:58


In the early-20th Century, George Remus works his way from successful pharmacist to one of the most famous lawyers in Chicago. But greed, love, and Prohibition soon turn George's sights to bootlegging, leading him into a world of opulence and violence.To listen to Business Movers ad-free, join Wondery+ in the Wondery App. Click here to download the app: https://wondery.app.link/businessmoversPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
The Great Mississippi Flood | When the Levee Breaks | 1

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:33


In the winter and spring of 1927, record-setting rain fell across the central United States. The Mississippi River swelled to capacity, and by April, the water breached major levees. It was the start of the most catastrophic river flood in American history.When the flood threatened the town of Greenville in the Mississippi Delta, white plantation owners pulled tens of thousands of Black workers from the cotton fields and sent them to the river. An army of hundreds of men worked day and night, piling sandbags to battle the raging waters. But soon, despite their efforts, the Great Mississippi Flood would unleash destruction on the Delta.Listen ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App. https://wondery.app.link/historytellersPlease support us by supporting our sponsors!Trade Coffee- New subscribers get $30 OFF your first order and FREE shipping at drinktrade.com/TELLERS!Peloton- Visit onepeloton.com to learn more about a fun, motivating variety of workouts!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Crimes of the Centuries
S2 Ep17: George Remus: Lawyer, Bootlegger, Killer Pt. 2

Crimes of the Centuries

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 44:41


Pharmacist-turned lawyer-turned bootlegger George Remus had been making headlines for years as one of the richest men in America thanks to his illegal booze-selling operation during the start of Prohibition. Come 1927, however, his legacy was threatened with another title: cold-blooded killer. "Crimes of the Centuries" is a podcast from the Obsessed Network exploring forgotten crimes from times past that made a mark and helped change history. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter: @centuriespod Episode Sponsors: Cat Person: Go to www.CatPerson.com/COTC and use code COTC to save nearly 50% on your Starter Box with free shipping. Billion Dollar Beauty: Build your own Billion Dollar Box and receive 20% off by going to www.billiondollarbeauty.com and using code COTC at checkout! Hello Fresh: America's number one meal kit! Go to www.hellofresh.com/cotc16 and use code "cotc16" for up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts! Athena Club - Self care reimagined. Go to www.AthenaClub.com and use promo code cotc for 20% off your first order. 

Poetry Unbound
Caroline Bird — Little Children

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 15:23


Children's demands can be high, and their standards can be exacting. It's a good thing they're loveable.Caroline Bird grew up in Leeds, the daughter of noted theater director and producer Jude Kelly. Bird's first collection of poems, Looking Through Letterboxes (2002), was published when she was just 15. Her other collections of poetry include Trouble Came to the Turnip (2006); Watering Can (2009); The Hat-Stand Union (2013); In These Days of Prohibition (2017), which was shortlisted for both the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Ted Hughes Award; and The Air Year (2020).Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.We're pleased to offer Caroline Bird's poem, and invite you to sign up here for the latest from Poetry Unbound.  

American History Tellers
Lewis and Clark | The Journey and the Journals | 4

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 40:43


The Lewis and Clark expedition changed the course of American history. But after its bold, charismatic leader, Meriwether Lewis, ended his life in an apparent suicide, the expedition was largely forgotten. Not until the 20th century would the exploits of Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery recapture the imaginations of historians and the general public.In this episode, Lindsay speaks with Clay S. Jenkinson, an author, historian, and host of acclaimed public radio show and podcast The Thomas Jefferson Hour. They'll discuss Jefferson's motives for ordering the expedition, its impact on Native American societies, the mysterious circumstances surrounding Lewis's death, and the legacy of Lewis and Clark today.Zip Recruiter- For an easier way to find the right jobs and connect with great employers, go to ziprecruiter.com to sign up for FREE!Sleep Number- Special offers for a Limited Time are available at sleepnumber.com/tellers!Better Help- American History Tellers Listeners get 10% OFF their first month at betterhelp.com/tellers!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Lewis and Clark | The Long Way Home | 3

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 37:10


After 18 months and over two thousand miles, Lewis and Clark's Corps of Discovery had reached the Pacific Ocean. Now, they would have to find their way back. And in a last-ditch bid for glory, they would split up the Corps into smaller groups, hoping to map more river routes and make contact with more Native American tribes. But the plan would backfire, putting the entire expedition at risk, even as the end of their journey was finally within reach.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

American History Tellers
Wondery Presents: Will Be Wild

American History Tellers

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 6:05


Will Be Wild is a new 8-part series about the forces that led to the January 6th insurrection and what comes next. Through in-depth stories from a wide range of characters – from people who tried to stop the attack to those who took part – hosts Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz explore the ongoing effort to bring autocracy to America, the lasting damage that effort is doing to our democracy, and the fate of our attempts to combat those anti-democratic forces. Because January 6th wasn't the end of the story, January 6th was just a practice run.Follow Will Be Wild wherever you get your podcasts, or you can listen early on Amazon Music or early and ad-free by subscribing to Wondery Plus in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery app.Listen to Will Be Wild: wondery.fm/AHT_WillBeWildSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.