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Latest podcast episodes about The Providence Journal

EG Pod Of Thunder
Coach Dunbar - Founder & Director of Breakthrough Elite 7v7 | Football Academy & Former Westerly Head Coach [EP.59]

EG Pod Of Thunder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 67:32


The Hottest Football Head Coach in the New England Area joins the EG Pod & discusses stepping down from Westerly, Breakthrough, Mentorship, Camps, What is Wrong with Rhode Island High School Football, How the South is more advance in terms of high school football, social media, cornerback position, track versus basketball and most important grades and how to be eligible for college.Coach Dunbar is the Founder and Director of Breakthrough Elite 7v7, Head Football Coach at Westerly High School and the Director of Breakthrough Football Academy. In his first fall season in Westerly Coach Dunbar's Bulldogs made it all the way to the Division 2 semifinal's where they lost to Coach's alma mater St. Raphael Academy in a tight game.Prior to Westerly, Coach Dunbar was the Head Football Coach at Coventry High School. In his first season as the head coach at Coventry the Oakers broke a 13 year losing streak to Thanksgiving Day rival West Warwick, beating the Wizards for the first time since 2004. For his efforts in his rookie season Coach Dunbar was awarded Division 2B Coach of The Year.A Rhode Island native, he played his high school ball at St. Raphael Academy in Pawtucket. In his senior season he led the Saints to a 13-0 record and a Division 1 State Championship. As the star quarterback for the Saints he was named First Team All-State by the Providence Journal and Rhode Island Gridiron Player and Back of The Year by the Providence Gridiron Club.He went on to play college ball at Dean College for two seasons helping the Bulldogs win back to back conference championships as an All-Conference Defensive Back before earning a scholarship to the University of Rhode Island where he was a two year starter at Cornerback.Coach Dunbar got his start in coaching at Portsmouth High School in Rhode Island and has had coaching stints at American International College, Dean College, Coventry High School and currently at Westerly. Coach Dunbar enjoys seeing his athletes win on the field but more importantly in life!Follow Stanley Dunbar:IG -@StanleyDunbarJRIG - @BreakthroughEliteFBhttps://www.breakthroughelite.orgReach me At:Email: EGPodofThunder@gmail.comInstagram/TikTok: @EGPodOfThunderEfi's Instagram: @ExplorewithEfStream Episode 59 Listen on All Podcast Streaming Services and YouTube. Link is in the Bio! Follow, Like, Subscribe and tell a friend to tell a co worker to tell a friend about us. Appreciate the Love!0:00 - Intro2:33 - Giving What He Wish He Had7:05 - Need That Dog Mentality8:28 - Toughest Position in Football10:15 - Mentorship11:22 - NFL Dreams12:51 - College Guidance14:20 - College Camps17:40 - Breakthrough Originations19:08 - RI High School Football Issues23:20 - Hottest Free Agent Coach28:45 - Breakthrough Events31:40 - Social Media Beneficial?37:11 - Breakthrough Player Shout Outs40:40 - LSA & Upcoming Talent43:40 - Winter Sports50:29 - Dunbar's Jaco Story53:45 - Excuses & Playing Time59:15 - Inspirations1:03:05 - 2023 Plans & Dunbar's Flowers

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: PC-UConn, Bryant-Vermont, more conference action

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 43:39


Welcome to the first 2023 edition of the Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Bill Koch, sports writer for The Journal. I'm joined by the two usual co-conspirators -- Nick Coit, the sports director at ABC6 and weekend co-host on WEEI Providence, and Morey Hershgordon, the sports director at WPRI and Fox Providence. Conference play kicks into high gear this week with two premier men's matchups -- Providence hosts No. 4 Connecticut on Wednesday night (2:30) and Bryant visits Vermont on Thursday night (29:35). The top of the standings in the Big East and America East, respectively, will feel the ripples from those two games. Brown also opened an extended Ivy League home stand with a defeat against Penn (35:30). Meetings with Harvard and Dartmouth await this weekend. We'll take a more democratic approach next week -- apologies to the programs who didn't make the show. Thanks for joining us as always.

Daly Dose of Hoops: Podcast Edition
Seton Hall/Providence Preview

Daly Dose of Hoops: Podcast Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 53:54


With Big East play squarely on the horizon, the Daly Dose Of Hoops Podcast returns to preview the conference opener for Seton Hall, who welcomes Providence into Newark to begin league play. Join host Jaden Daly as he welcomes a pair of guests whose resumes speak for themselves to help him break down the Pirates and the Friars. In the opening segment, longtime Rhode Island basketball scribe Kevin McNamara, formerly of the Providence Journal and now running his own operation at KevinMcSports.com and the KevinMcSports Hour on WPRO in Rhode Island, goes in depth on Ed Cooley's Providence Friars. Handling Seton Hall analysis in the second segment is Matt Loughlin, the longtime radio voice of the New Jersey Devils who also hosts his own podcast called “Pirates Talk,” in which he and several high-profile guests tackle the issues and concerns surrounding The Hall.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: First-semester grades are in

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 64:51


Welcome to the latest Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Bill Koch, sports reporter with the Journal. I'm joined by my usual co-conspirators -- Nick Coit, the ABC6 sports director and weekend co-host on WEEI Providence; and Morey Hershgordon, the sports director at WPRI and Fox Providence. It's time for first-semester grades for our men's and women's basketball teams, and we offer them here. Providence's men (2:40) and women (8:15), the University of Rhode Island's men (13:20) and women (19:50), Brown's men (28:20) and women (37:45) and Bryant's men (44:45) and women (53:40) are all included.  Extra credit is available prior to the start of classes in the second semester. Let's see who might reach out and grab it over the next couple weeks. Thanks as always for joining us.

Boston Balling
What are the Red Sox doing?

Boston Balling

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 68:28


The offseason so far hasn't been what Red Sox fans have hoped for. Host Gabby Hurlbut is joined by guest Bill Koch, Red Sox writer for the Providence Journal, to discuss the departure of Xander Bogaerts and the rest of the team's free agency moves.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: Brown men are state champions, potent Providence, more

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 72:35


Welcome to the latest Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Journal sports writer Bill Koch. I'm joined by ABC6 sports director and WEEI Providence weekend co-host Nick Coit and WPRI/Fox Providence sports director Morey Hershgordon. Brown's men staked a real claim as state champions by winning at Bryant and at the University of Rhode Island over the past week (1:45). The Bears aim to make it five straight on the road at Michigan State over the weekend. Losing to the Bears was a gut punch for the Rams (14:05), who led by 10 points late in the second half. They're absorbing some painful lessons early in a rebuild under Archie Miller. Providence took care of URI for the 10th time in the last 12 meetings and has found its offensive rhythm (25:40). The Friars have one nonconference game left against Albany before the Big East arrives. The Bulldogs (40:25) have battled off-court health problems over the past week -- best wishes to them as they enter a Friday night game with Stony Brook. It feels like ages since they won at Syracuse last weekend. Pawtucket native Isaiah Miranda made his college choice this week, and it was a power program winning out for his services (48:05). Miranda is off to North Carolina State and will be eligible immediately for second semester. Providence's women continued their strong nonconference form by taking out Brown (54:20). The Friars lost in a thriller earlier this season to URI (57:55), who hosted Education Day against Hartford on Wednesday morning and drew a good crowd of kids to the Ryan Center. Thanks for joining us as always.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: Rivalry Week is here

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 73:30


Welcome to a special edition of the Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Bill Koch, sports writer for The Journal. I'm joined as always by WPRI and Fox Providence sports director Morey Hershgordon and Nick Coit, the ABC 6 sports director and weekend co-host of Cordischi and Coit on WEEI Providence. No extra buildup needed for this one -- it's time for a pair of in-state rivalries. Bryant hosts Brown for a Friday night tip at 6 p.m. (1:30) and the University of Rhode Island welcomes Providence on Saturday evening for a 5 p.m. tip (25:15). Some history, breakdowns and predictions here. Thanks for joining us.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: Bryant stuns Syracuse, Providence visits TCU, more

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 72:32


Welcome to the latest edition of the Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Journal sports writer Bill Koch, and I'm joined as always by a pair of sports directors -- Nick Coit from ABC 6 and WEEI Providence, Morey Hershgordon from WPRI and Fox Providence. We dig into Bryant's upset of Syracuse (1:20), a fight in the first half and the latest round of complaints from Jim Boeheim. Providence (17:30) is up next -- the Friars face a critical trip to TCU off the back of two home wins. URI (30:40) suffered a road loss in a rock fight at Boston College. The Rams are improving but not quite ready to get over the hump just yet. Brown (40:40) held on in a home game against Maine and looks to build some momentum at Central Connecticut. The Bears women (45:50) are on a five-game winning streak and one victory shy of their total for all of 2021-22. They host a Mental Health Awareness game against Holy Cross on Wednesday -- it's such an important issue. The Friars women (55:20) enter Big East play this week off a three-game sweep of their Friar Thanksgiving Classic. Two ranked foes await Providence -- No. 3 Connecticut on Friday and No. 25 Villanova at home on Sunday. The Rams women (61:00) made easy work of a two-game Florida swing and sit at 5-1. They're back home for a strong mid-major showdown with Buffalo on Thursday. Lastly, we offer condolences to the family of Don Kaull (66:00). The former URI forward and long-time Rams radio color man passed away over the weekend and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Thanks as always for listening.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: A busy Thanksgiving for the locals

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 69:23


Welcome and happy Thanksgiving to all our Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast listeners. This is Bill Koch with the Journal and I'm joined by my usual co-conspirators -- Nick Coit, the ABC6 sports director and WEEI weekend co-host, and Morey Hershgordon, the WPRI and Fox Providence sports director. Providence crapped out over the weekend at Mohegan Sun, swept by Miami and Saint Louis (2:00). The University of Rhode Island got off to a tough start in the Cayman Islands, blitzed by Kansas State in the Monday opener of a three-game stay (15:15). Bryant is back from a three-game Florida swing after going 2-1, and now they prepare for a Saturday showdown at Syracuse (27:40). Brown broke through for its first win to start a three-game homestand, and it has another chance Wednesday night (38:10). We close with a look at the women's scene in the state -- the Rams hosting Coppin State on Tuesday, the emerging Bears on a three-game winning streak and a pending clash between the Friars and Bulldogs in a holiday tournament this weekend (48:50). Thanks as always for listening. Best to you and your families.

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast: URI-PC women's preview, men's updates, more

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 67:58


Welcome back to the latest edition of the Providence Journal College Basketball Podcast. This is Journal sports writer Bill Koch. I'm joined as always by my two co-conspirators -- WPRI/Fox Providence sports director Morey Hershgordon and ABC6 sports director/WEEI weekend co-host Nick Coit. Providence's men (2:50) are 2-0 despite feeling their way through opening games against Rider and Northeastern. The Friars are trying to thread the needle between success and growth -- it's an interesting calculation for Ed Cooley. Rhode Island's men (14:10) have endured similar struggles in their first two games. Turnovers and poor shooting doomed the Rams against Quinnipiac and Texas State. More on that here. Bryant's men (24:30) made some headlines by slaughtering poor Thomas College in a matchup against a non-Division I opponents. We get into scheduling, why the Bulldogs shouldn't have to play such a game and more. South Kingstown native Keegan Records returned with Colgate and made life tough on the Brown men (39:30). The Bears are 0-3 against a difficult early schedule -- more on how they might be able to get well soon. URI hosts Providence in a women's rivalry battle at the Ryan Center on Monday night (50:30). A look at what the game means for the Rams and Friars along with a recap of their first week. Brown women (60:30) and Bryant women (63:00) also in action shortly. Thanks as always for joining us. 

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast
Providence Journal college basketball podcast: 2022-23 season preview

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 119:09


Welcome back, hoop fans. We're primed and ready for another season of college basketball. This is Bill Koch, sports writer for the Providence Journal, and I'm joined by my regular pair of co-hosts for this edition. Nick Coit is the sports director at ABC 6 in Providence and the weekend co-host of Cordischi and Coit on WEEI-Providence. Morey Hershgordon is the sports director of WPRI 12 and Fox Providence. This 2022-23 season preview editions spans three chapters and covers all eight Division I teams in the state. We appreciate you partaking in some or all of these two hours. Our two NCAA Tournament teams come first -- Providence men, Bryant men. How much more ceiling is left for the Friars and Bulldogs? Our two mystery teams come next -- Rhode Island men, Brown men (53:16). How will the Rams respond to a new coach and the Bears replace a pair of frontcourt cornerstones? Last but not least, our women (1:33:47). URI and Bryant both came close to March Madness bids last season. How soon until one of these four programs breaks through?  Pods will come out once or twice a week through the season depending on our schedules and happenings around the state. Thanks as always for listening. It's much appreciated. 

A Lively Experiment - Presented by Rhode Island PBS
The race to the finish line with RI Election Day days away.

A Lively Experiment - Presented by Rhode Island PBS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 29:00


The Providence Journal's Patrick Anderson, WPRI TV's Steph Machado and The Public's Radio Reporter Ian Donnis join Moderator Jim Hummel to discuss the last push from candidates with Election Day days away, as well as down-ballot races and ballot measures.Support the show

1st & Foxborough
"Forgot about Mac": Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal talks Mac vs. Zappe, Rhamondre Stevenson being awesome

1st & Foxborough

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 34:34


Another day, another round of stoking a QB "controversy" down at Gillette Stadium. Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal lays down the law on the Mac Jones/Bailey Zappe conversation, plus a look at some young Patriots (like Rhamondre Stevenson) who are balling out. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio
Mark Daniels Joins the Show - 9/26/2022

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 13:05


Mark Daniels who covers the Patriots for the Providence Journal joins the show to talk all things Patriots-Ravens and Mac Jones' injury update. 

The Adam Jones Show
Mark Daniels Joins the Show - 9/26/2022

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 13:05


Mark Daniels who covers the Patriots for the Providence Journal joins the show to talk all things Patriots-Ravens and Mac Jones' injury update. 

Takin A Walk
William Martin: An American Author And His Love Of History On The Takin A Walk Podcast

Takin A Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 27:08


Check out this New release from the "Boston Gems" series part of the new fall season of Takin A Walk. Join Host Buzz Knight and Best Selling Author William Martin as they walk and talk at The North Bridge in Concord Massachusetts. William is the "King of the historical thriller" including his latest "December 41." Check out show notes here. William Martin: An American Author and His Love of History Reading is the foundation of a good writer and one of the most important skills to possess. It allows one to develop an arsenal of ideas and find unique ways to write about a topic. It also makes one a better writer by providing inspiration and developing writing skills. Join this conversation and meet William Martin, a “storyteller whose smoothness matches his ambition.” (Publisher's Weekly)   In his boyhood, William Martin loved what he later called "big stories on broad canvases." He read the historical novels of C.S. Forester and Esther Forbes. He sat transfixed by the big movies of the early sixties. So, after college, he went to Hollywood to try his hand at screenwriting but discovered that his instincts were better suited to novels. His first, "Back Bay," introduced treasure hunter Peter Fallon to a new kind of adventure that joined the contemporary mystery-thriller to the historical novel. In his twelve novels (including six bestselling Peter Fallon adventures), Martin has tracked national treasures across the landscape of the American imagination, chronicled the lives of the great and the anonymous in American history, and brought to life legendary American locations, from Cape Cod to Washington DC in "The Lincoln Letter." And after the publication of his Gold Rush epic, "Bound for Gold," the Providence Journal called him "the king of the historical thriller." "December '41," published in the summer of '22, provides readers with another propulsive journey through American history.   He has also written an award-winning PBS documentary on the life of Washington, a cult-classic horror movie, has contributed book reviews to the Boston Globe and The New England Quarterly, and has taught writing across the country, from the Harvard Extension School to the legendary Maui Writers Conference. He lives near Boston with his wife and has three grown children. He received the 2005 New England Book Award, "an author whose work stands as a significant contribution to the region's culture." He has also won the Samuel Eliot Morison Award and the Robert B. Parker Award.   Tune in!   During this episode, you will learn about; [00:00] Episode intro and our today's walk at Boston with Author William Martin [03:15] How his love for historical research and findings came into being [04:43] Aspiring to become a movie director and how the ambition hit the wall [07:53] Writing his book; December '41 [09:37] What it took to crack the success code with his book; Back Bay [12:02] How he develops the sinister and nasty characters for different scenes of writing [15:27] What influenced the sense of humor in his books [16:46] Time and resources needed from start to finish and publish a book [25:10] The future of William's writing [26:40] Ending the show and call to action     Notable Quotes The easiest way to get into the movie business was to write a good screenplay. The arrogance to accept corrections and setbacks is what keeps young people stagnating. If you are not a writer, you should be a great reader. To be a good writer, you should also be a great reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader. William's Books Mentioned and Other Resources Back Bay: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0089VKMA0/   December '41: A World War II Thriller: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09CNF9RT7/   Stephen King   Robert B. Parker Connect With William Martin Website: https://www.williammartinbooks.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Martinbooks                              

Pats Interference Football Podcast
Patriots' 53-man roster breakdown and trade rumors

Pats Interference Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 31:18


Are the Patriots undergoing a youth movement? Were they close to a major trade on cutdown day? And what else did their 53-man roster reveal? Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal and MassLive's Chris Mason join the show to break down the Pats' new roster.   The Pats Interference Football Podcast is Powered By BetOnline. Visit BetOnline.Ag & use promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit!   You can also listen and Subscribe to Pats Interference on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com every Tuesday!   READ all of Andrew's work at https://www.bostonherald.com/author/andrew-callahan/   TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 1:28 Patriots have 10 rookies on final 53 4:40 Reaction to Patriots 53-man roster  12:12 What could the Pats add? 17:37 How different will the team be after the trade deadline? 23:23 Will New England trade Isaiah Wynn? 27:45 Potential breakout players

The Tara Granahan Show
Nirva LaFortune - Controversial Photo of Her Used in Providence Journal Story - 8/31/22

The Tara Granahan Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 15:29


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#BLACKGIRLNEWS
Sherbert “Strawberry” Maddox - 40 Year Old Woman K*lled by Her Ex-Boyfriend & Found His Refrigerator “Like A Piece of Steak,” Family Says

#BLACKGIRLNEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 6:59


A Rhode Island man is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and storing her body inside a refrigerator, authorities said. Nathan Cooper, 53, of Providence, is charged with domestic murder; possession of a stolen firearm, a Smith & Wesson revolver; and possession of a firearm without a license, The Providence Journal reported. Cooper, who was arraigned in court on Wednesday and did not enter a plea, is being held without bail. He is charged with the death of his former girlfriend, Sherbert “Strawberry” Maddox, 40, of Providence, WJAR-TV reported. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leah-gordone/support

The Neil Haley Show
New York Times Best Selling Author William Martin

The Neil Haley Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 16:00


William Martin is the New York Times bestselling author of twelve novels, a PBS documentary, book reviews, magazine articles, and a cult-classic horror movie, too. His first Peter Fallon novel, Back Bay, established him as "a master storyteller." He has been following the lives of the great and anonymous in American history ever since, taking readers from the Mayflower in Cape Cod to Ford's Theater in The Lincoln Letter to the South Tower on 9/11 in City of Dreams. Bound for Gold (2018), sweeps readers back to California in the legendary year of 1849 and "solidifies his claim as king of the historical thriller" (Providence Journal). And his latest, the "propulsive" December '41, captures the atmosphere in the United States int he weeks after Pearl Harbor.      He was the 2005 recipient of the prestigious New England Book Award, given to an author "whose body of work stands as a significant contribution to the culture of the region." In 2015, the USS Constitution Museum gave him the Samuel Eliot Morison Award, for "patriotic pride, artful scholarship, and an eclectic interest in the sea and things maritime." And in 2018, the Mystery Writers of America (New England Chapter) gave him the Robert B. Parker Award. He serves on the boards of many of Boston's historical and cultural organizations, lives near Boston with his wife, and has three grown children. QUICK LINKS: E-mail the author: mail@WilliamMartinBooks.com Use this address to stay in touch!        

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Authors in Conversation: Reavis Wortham interviews Jeff Crawford

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 20:28


Today we're delighted to feature authors Jeff Crawford and Reavis Wortham in conversation. Jeff Crawford was born in western North Carolina and raised in central Florida. He was a cowboy during his late teens and further, after which he ended up back in N.C. where he went to college. He has published 21 novels to date and is still typing. Jeff is an avid outdoorsman, plays several different musical instruments, and does woodworking when he gets the chance. His latest novel, The Man in White Bull, was released on August 8th. Spur Award winner Reavis Z. Wortham retired in 2011 and now works harder than before as the author of the critically acclaimed Red River historical mystery series. Kirkus Reviews listed his first novel, The Rock Hole, as one of their Top 12 Mysteries of 2011. True West Magazine included Dark Places as one of 2015's Top 12 Modern Westerns. The Providence Journal writes, “This year's Unraveled is a hidden gem of a book that reads like Craig Johnson's Longmire on steroids.” Wortham's new high octane contemporary western series from Kensington Publishing featuring Texas Ranger Sonny Hawke kicked off in 2017 with the publication of Hawke's Prey. The fourth Sonny Hawke thriller, Hawke's Fury, was published in June 2020. In 2019, the Western Writers Association presented Hawke's War with the Spur Award in the WWA Best Mass Market Paperback category. #cowboybooks #westerns #Goliath #reaviswortham #jeffcrawford #newrelease #podcast #authorsontheair

Please Delete This
Please Delete This - Ep. 203 - Am I Wildin'?

Please Delete This

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 119:02


Episode 203! Join us on this fun ride! This week we get pretty deep into movie talks, take a moment to read the Providence Journal, the Will Smith apology, and everyone takin jabs at the Queen Beyonce's album. Listen in!

98.5 The Sports Hub Patriots Audio
Training Camp Day 7 w/ Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal // Sports Hub Patriots Podcast // 8-3-22

98.5 The Sports Hub Patriots Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:54


Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal joins Alex Barth to share his thoughts on Patriots training camp. Topics include the structure of Wednesday's practice, the offensive line, Tyquan Thornton's impressive start, and what to watch for in the coming days. For more Patriots coverage, visit 985TheSportsHub.com.

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio
Training Camp Day 7 w/ Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal // Sports Hub Patriots Podcast // 8-3-22

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 24:54


Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal joins Alex Barth to share his thoughts on Patriots training camp. Topics include the structure of Wednesday's practice, the offensive line, Tyquan Thornton's impressive start, and what to watch for in the coming days. For more Patriots coverage, visit 985TheSportsHub.com.

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online
Rhode Island Memories with Michael Delaney

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 23:00


This week we're sharing an excerpt from an episode of Down Time with Cranston Public Library in which host Tayla talked with Robin from William Hall Library and Michael Delaney, Director of Photography at the Providence Journal and author of Rhode Island Memories. They discussed his books, the work that he has done while at the ProJo, and the importance of local journalism. During The Last Chapter, they answer the question: are you the kind of person who reads several books at once or the kind of person who can only read one book at a time? Thanks for listening! Theme music for this episode is Day Trips by Ketsa. New episodes of Down Time with Cranston Public Library are released every Tuesday. Each week, host Tayla Cardillo chats with staff from Cranston Public Library about what they've been reading, what they've been watching, and what they've been loving! You'll also hear from guests from outside the library community sharing their work and passions. Down Time is available anywhere you find podcasts - subscribe so you never miss an episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rhodyradio/message

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio
Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston // Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal // Kevin Durant Trade Rumors - 7/30 (Hour 2)

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 47:24


(0:00) Tim McKone is in for Jim Murray and joins Chris Gasper from Patriots Training Camp. They are joined by Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston to start the second hour.  (14:39) Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal joins the show! (24:23 & 37:14) More thoughts on the Kevin Durant trade rumors involving the Celtics.

Gasper & Murray Podcast
Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston // Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal // Kevin Durant Trade Rumors - 7/30 (Hour 2)

Gasper & Murray Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 47:24


(0:00) Tim McKone is in for Jim Murray and joins Chris Gasper from Patriots Training Camp. They are joined by Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston to start the second hour.  (14:39) Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal joins the show! (24:23 & 37:14) More thoughts on the Kevin Durant trade rumors involving the Celtics.

Felger & Massarotti
Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston // Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal // Kevin Durant Trade Rumors - 7/30 (Hour 2)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 47:24


(0:00) Tim McKone is in for Jim Murray and joins Chris Gasper from Patriots Training Camp. They are joined by Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston to start the second hour.  (14:39) Mark Daniels of The Providence Journal joins the show! (24:23 & 37:14) More thoughts on the Kevin Durant trade rumors involving the Celtics.

Corpus Delicti
209: Silence of the Lams: Nicholas Alahverdian

Corpus Delicti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 50:35


In last week's episode we had a short bonus current event that intrigued us. We ended up falling in the rabbit hole, and we're covering his whole story to date this week. Nicholas is allegedly a rapist and conman who died in 2020. So how and why is he back in the news trying to be extradited from Scotland?Add more energy and focus into your day by visiting www.magicmind.co/delicti and using code DELICTI20 for 40% off your new subscription (only good for 10 days!) or 20% off your one time purchase. To access earlier episodes of Corpus Delicti and to help support the show, please visit patreon.com/corpusdelictiOur merch store can be found at teepublic.com/stores/corpus-delicti-podcastMusic by:Kai Engel"Daemones"Blooper music by:Art of Escapism"Coal Miners"This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.Sources:Man claims he was abused in DCYF care | WJAR (turnto10.com)Legislation spotlights domestic abuse - The Brown Daily HeraldHe knows the system inside and out - The Providence Journal, 2/27/2011 (olivesoftware.com)DCYF critic, diagnosed with cancer, speaks out on troubled agency | WPRO (997wpro.com)Longtime child welfare advocate fighting cancer | WJAR (turnto10.com)Child welfare activist dies of cancer | AP NewsNicholas Alahverdian - WikipediaA case of mistaken identity, or changed identity? - YouTubeNicholas Rossi: Fingerprints 'confirm identity' of man accused of rape and faking his own death, court told | UK News | Sky NewsNike Alahverdian accused of faking his death is wanted in Utah (providencejournal.com)Child abuse victim Alahverdian loses his cancer fight | WPRO (997wpro.com)Fugitive Alahverdian's childhood set stage for a life he denies living (providencejournal.com)Nicholas Alahverdian, DCYF critic, death got attention of state police (providencejournal.com)Catholic church cancelled memorial service at the request of state police (providencejournal.com)RI Lawmakers: Nicholas Alahverdian knew how to manipulate people (providencejournal.com)Nafsika Antypas of A&E network says she lost $40K to Nick Alahverdian (providencejournal.com)Sex offender Nicholas Rossi who 'faked death' lived in Bristol until last year - Bristol Live (bristolpost.co.uk)Nicholas Alahverdian's ex-wife recounts cruelty during marriage (providencejournal.com)US fugitive detained over aggression to Glasgow NHS staff - BBC NewsScottish patience grows thin with the RI con man Nick Alahverdian (providencejournal.com)Nicholas Alahverdian's Obituary - Providence, RI, USA | Ever Loved

Main Street Moxie
Episode 15: Laurie Lisle

Main Street Moxie

Play Episode Play 45 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 44:37


Laurie's moxie is expressed through her writing. Through this creative medium, she has explored herself and others, tackling challenges, embracing change, understanding setbacks, and making sense of universal themes in the human experience. In this episode, Laurie shares her writer's journey and provides insight into the creative process and the discipline required to make writing a career. It's a deep dive into a writer's brand of moxie.Laurie, the author of six books, cultivated her curiosity about the lives of American women, digging for truth and understanding before examining her own life. Drawing extensively on her journals, most recently, she has written a memoir, Word for Word: A Writer's Life. Written with courage and grace, writing it was an extraordinary inner journey--full of memories, discoveries, and insights--which enriched her understanding of the past and the present.She began writing as a young girl, almost always about what really happened rather than what she imagined. Her first job after college was working for The Providence Journal, where she got her first professional bylines for writing feature stories. After moving to New York City, she worked for Newsweek before writing her first book, the best-selling Portrait of an Artist: A Biography of Georgia O'Keeffe.  She moved to a village in New England and wrote a biography about a sculptor, Louise Nevelson: A Passionate Life. Then she began to write books drawing on her own experiences--like passing up motherhood, passionately tending a flower garden, and attending a traditional girls' boarding school in Connecticut.She is a member of a long-standing academic seminar for biographers and memoirists, Women Writing Women's Lives, in New York City. Other memberships include the Authors Guild and PEN American Center. She has been awarded residencies at writers' colonies, including at the MacDowell Colony.For more information about Laurie, visit her website and this episode's show notes on the Main Street Moxie website.This episode is sponsored by Oblong Books and Elyse Harney Real Estate.

Toucher & Rich
Avatar (2008) Trivia with Ted Johnson // Bill Koch Joins the Program - 7/8 (Hour 3)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 42:37


(00:00) Wallach, Ted Johnson and Joe Murray open the third hour discussing (and testing) Ted's love for the movie Avatar (2008).   (15:48) Bill Koch (@BillKoch25) of the Providence Journal joins the program to talk about the current state of the Red Sox.   (30:55) The guys take a call that re-sparks the Avatar (2008) debate.   CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich|@fredtoucher|@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial |@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website|Twitter|Facebook|Instagram

Axelbank Reports History and Today
#90: Mark Arsenault - "The Imposter's War"

Axelbank Reports History and Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 57:36


During the 2016 presidential election, we got an up-close look at how a foreign nation can influence domestic politics. US intelligence has found that Russia worked to spread disinformation, poison social media and steal documents. But that was not the first time America has been manipulated by a foreign power. In the run up to World War I, Boston Globe "Spotlight" reporter Mark Arsenault explains how a reporter for a small newspaper broke numerous stories about supposed German efforts to meddle in American affairs. What readers didn't know is that Great Britain intelligence agents had planted the stories with the willing editor of the Providence Journal, John Rathom, to turn the Wilson Administration and the American people against Germany. Arsenault argues it was a critical piece in Wilson deciding to send American troops "to make the world safe for democracy."Even more shocking though, is that in his book, "The Imposter's War: The Press, Propaganda, and the Newsman who Battled for the Minds of America," Arsenault argues that Rathom himself was a fraud. He shows how Rathom didn't just lie in his stories, that he was little more than a character Rathom himself cultivated to succeed in the newspaper industry. Arsenault also describes how Rathom was brought down by a young rising political master, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.Arsenault's biography can be found here: https://www.bostonglobe.com/about/staff-list/staff/mark-arsenault/He can be reached on social media at https://twitter.com/BostonGlobeMarkSupport our show at https://patreon.com/axelbankhistory **A portion of every contribution is given to a charity for children's literacy**"Axelbank Reports History and Today" can be found on social media at https://twitter.com/axelbankhistoryhttps://instagram.com/axelbankhistoryhttps://facebook.com/axelbankhistory

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz
Matt McCarthy In For Mazz // Chris Sale Returning // Bill Koch Of The Providence Journal Fills In - 6/1

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:48


(0:00) Matt McCarthy fills in for Mazz on the Baseball Hour (9:27) Thoughts on Chris Sale returning to the Red Sox (21:35) Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast
Matt McCarthy In For Mazz // Chris Sale Returning // Bill Koch Of The Providence Journal Fills In - 6/1

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:48


(0:00) Matt McCarthy fills in for Mazz on the Baseball Hour (9:27) Thoughts on Chris Sale returning to the Red Sox (21:35) Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt

Felger & Massarotti
Matt McCarthy In For Mazz // Chris Sale Returning // Bill Koch Of The Providence Journal Fills In - 6/1

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 38:48


(0:00) Matt McCarthy fills in for Mazz on the Baseball Hour (9:27) Thoughts on Chris Sale returning to the Red Sox (21:35) Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt

Toucher & Rich
Providence Journal's Bill Koch // The Stack - 6/30 (Hour 4)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 41:47


(00:00) Bill Koch covers the Boston Red Sox and joins Toucher & Rich to talk Sox. (27:58) THE STACK: CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter:@Toucherandrich|@fredtoucher|@KenGriffeyRules Instagram:@Toucherandrichofficial |@fredtoucher Twitch:twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub:Website|Twitter|Facebook|Instagram

Pats Interference Football Podcast
6 Bold Patriots Predictions for the 2022 season

Pats Interference Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 74:04


Six Patriots beat writers, the Boston Globe's Jim McBride, the Boston Herald's Karen Guregian, Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal, NESN's Zack Cox, Chris Mason of MassLive and USA Today's Henry McKenna, offer up their spiciest predictions for next season. Hear why Mac Jones could soar above expectations, Bill Belichick will change play-callers, a rookie might lead the team in total yards and much more.   The Pats Interference Football Podcast is Powered By BetOnline. Visit BetOnline.Ag & use promo code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit!   You can also listen and Subscribe to Pats Interference on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com every Tuesday!   READ all of Andrew's work at https://www.bostonherald.com/author/andrew-callahan/   TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Intro 2:15 Zack Cox's Bold Prediction 18:10 Jim McBride's Bold Prediction 31:25 Karen Guregian's Bold Prediction 40:45 Chris Mason's Bold Prediction 48:45 Mark Daniels' Bold Prediction 59:00 Henry McKenna's Bold Prediction

Editor and Publisher Reports
142 Checking in on The Boston Globe's move into Rhode Island

Editor and Publisher Reports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 38:08


In the summer of 2019, the Boston Globe surprised the industry by launching an initiative just 53 miles down the I-95 corridor in neighboring Providence, Rhode Island. When most local news operations were aggressively downsizing, the Globe had already shown an appetite for expansion by hiring more journalists and launching new verticals covering marijuana, health, life sciences and even the Catholic Church.   However, this expansion placed them in the backyard of one of the nation's most respected news outlets: The Providence Journal, which in its heyday had multiple bureaus with hundreds of journalists and a lengthy list of Pulitzers and Peabodys for their famous investigative reporting. Today, due to subscriber and advertising revenue declines and Gannett corporate downsizing, there are less than thirty full-time reporters at the ProJo.   Perhaps that is one of the reasons that The Boston Globe is increasing its commitment to their Providence bureau that contributes daily to their online vertical dedicated to the Ocean State, called "Globe Rhode Island." The team includes ProJo veterans Maria Caporizzo, Edward Fitzpatrick, Amanda Milkovitz and Brian Amaral, Providence Business News alumna Alexa Gagosz, former WPRI-TV reporter Dan McGowan, and digital and audience engagement editor Carlos Munoz, who moved to Rhode Island from Florida to join the team. Together, they cover politics, business, health, education, the economy, the arts, and more, along with a popular weekly Podcast called "Rhode Island Report" and a new RI Food & Dining section. Plus, with Gannett now cutting back on providing editorial content throughout the company, Globe Rhode Island has also expanded its Commentary platform.   The Globe has already had a strong impact on the local media landscape: subscriptions to the digital product and its email newsletters are growing rapidly, and the Globe Rhode Island team recently won 27 reporting awards from the Rhode Island Press Association, sweeping the Investigative and Health Care reporting categories.   In this 142nd episode of E&P Reports, meet the Boston Globe Rhode Island's editor, Lylah M. Alphonse, and one of the original bureau hires, Dan McGowan, who produces their daily “Rhode Map” newsletter. They will talk about the Globe's growing southward expansion and their commitment to providing statewide news content. Also appearing is Michelle Micone, the Boston Globe's Vice President, Innovation and Strategic Initiatives, who will speak to the Globe's overall strategy in expanding into new content areas and neighboring markets.

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast
Hardcore Baseball: Ohtani's brilliance, the Red Sox playoff chances, and Chris Sale to the bullpen?

98.5 The Sports Hub Red Sox Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 44:33


Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt McCarthy for an in-depth discussion on the state of the American League playoff race and the Red Sox excellent west coast trip. They fawn over the brilliance of Shohei Ohtani (2:20), dive in on the Red Sox playoff chances (9:10), and discuss the keys to the Red Sox turnaround (14:45), Franchy Cordero's performance (20:35), Jarren Duran's future (22:00), Chaim Bloom's approach to the upcoming trading deadline (29:40), and Chris Sale potentially returning as a reliever (38:00)

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz
Hardcore Baseball: Ohtani's brilliance, the Red Sox playoff chances, and Chris Sale to the bullpen?

The Baseball Hour with Tony Mazz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 44:33


Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt McCarthy for an in-depth discussion on the state of the American League playoff race and the Red Sox excellent west coast trip. They fawn over the brilliance of Shohei Ohtani (2:20), dive in on the Red Sox playoff chances (9:10), and discuss the keys to the Red Sox turnaround (14:45), Franchy Cordero's performance (20:35), Jarren Duran's future (22:00), Chaim Bloom's approach to the upcoming trading deadline (29:40), and Chris Sale potentially returning as a reliever (38:00)

Hardcore Baseball Podcast
Hardcore Baseball: Ohtani's brilliance, the Red Sox playoff chances, and Chris Sale to the bullpen?

Hardcore Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 44:33


Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt McCarthy for an in-depth discussion on the state of the American League playoff race and the Red Sox excellent west coast trip. They fawn over the brilliance of Shohei Ohtani (2:20), dive in on the Red Sox playoff chances (9:10), and discuss the keys to the Red Sox turnaround (14:45), Franchy Cordero's performance (20:35), Jarren Duran's future (22:00), Chaim Bloom's approach to the upcoming trading deadline (29:40), and Chris Sale potentially returning as a reliever (38:00)

Felger & Massarotti
Hardcore Baseball: Ohtani's brilliance, the Red Sox playoff chances, and Chris Sale to the bullpen?

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 44:33


Bill Koch of the Providence Journal joins Matt McCarthy for an in-depth discussion on the state of the American League playoff race and the Red Sox excellent west coast trip. They fawn over the brilliance of Shohei Ohtani (2:20), dive in on the Red Sox playoff chances (9:10), and discuss the keys to the Red Sox turnaround (14:45), Franchy Cordero's performance (20:35), Jarren Duran's future (22:00), Chaim Bloom's approach to the upcoming trading deadline (29:40), and Chris Sale potentially returning as a reliever (38:00)

The Trail Dames Podcast
Episode #158 - 5th Tuesday - Spirituality on the Trail (Panel Discussion)

The Trail Dames Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 58:19


We have a panel discussion for you today about spirituality on the trail. Who better than these three ladies to talk with on this fascinating subject? Anne Gardner Writer. Minister. Adventurer. After spending twenty-five years working at two of Boston's premier educational institutions, Harvard University and Phillips Academy, Andover, the author currently leads the chaplaincy program at Harvard-Westlake, a private secondary school in Los Angeles. An Episcopal minister by day, Reverend Gardner also finds time to work as a freelance writer. Her essays and columns have been featured in The National Catholic Reporter, The Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, New England Tennis Magazine, and most recently as part of WBUR's Cognoscenti series, Boston's NPR affiliate. Her debut book, And So I Walked, recounts her journey of traversing the 500-mile Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Using the famed pilgrimage path as a backdrop, Gardner's memoir weaves together her personal narrative with the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges presented by the Camino. Inspirational, and at times heart-wrenching, And So I Walked explores how faith, family, and friendship both change us and sustain us. A native of Massachusetts, the author now lives in California with her wife Beth. Audrey Scanlan Audrey serves as the Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Central Pennsylvania - an elected position that gives her oversight of 60 churches and 11,000 folks who belong to the Episcopal Church in the region. Conveniently, the AT runs right through the middle of the area that she oversees! She lives just 4 miles from a trailhead in the middle of the Cumberland Valley (PA) which is one of the most gentle (read: flat) sections of the entire AT! Audrey tries to get out on the trail at least once during the week and walk and run around the cornfields in our neighborhood on most mornings. Audrey was ordained in her mid-40s after two other careers- one as a restaurant chef, and another working in the guidance department of my town's elementary school. She grew up and lived in Northwestern CT until moving to PA almost 6 years ago. She will be 63 in September. She loves to cook, still, and is happiest in the kitchen, or out on the trail. Audrey and her husband Glenn have three children and two toddler grandsons who they are going "love up" as soon as Covid is over! And, like lots of folks, someday... she wants to thru-hike the AT. :) :) Lisa Work Lisa has been in education for over 30 years, serving in private schools and public schools in the roles of teacher, administrator, and consultant. In October 2020, she was named a Postulant for Holy Orders to the Priesthood in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania. Lisa has always loved doing things in nature. Growing up, her family spent vacations car camping. That tradition continued as her daughters were born and grew up and as a single mom, she continued vacations car-camping and day hiking local trails. Lisa will be celebrating her 18th year as a breast cancer survivor this year. She became more serious about backpacking when she decided to participate in "Seek-the-Peak" in the White Mountains as a way to celebrate being a cancer survivor in 2012. Lisa and her husband Mark, and their dog Emmie live in York, PA. They have 4 adult children who live relatively nearby and this year, they became grandparents. Lisa dreams of hiking the Camino De Santigo (Camino Francés route) and thru-hiking the AT. Guest Links- And So I Walked via Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/So-Walked-Reflections-Chance-Santiago/dp/1956635947/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3Q0YQB845NYHX&keywords=and+so+I+walked&qid=1649883021&sprefix=and+so+i+walked%2Caps%2C139&sr=8-1 Anne's website - https://www.anne-gardner.com Audrey's blogs- www.diocesecpa.org/blog https://ourselvesoursoulsandbodies.com/2021/05/01/alone-my-soul-in-silence-waits/ Lisa on Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/lisa.amspacher.work Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at info@traildames.com You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com

The Trail Dames Podcast
Episode #155 - Anne Gardner (Let's Go)

The Trail Dames Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 55:03


Writer. Minister. Adventurer. After spending twenty-five years working at two of Boston's premier educational institutions, Harvard University and Phillips Academy, Andover, the author currently leads the chaplaincy program at Harvard-Westlake, a private secondary school in Los Angeles. An Episcopal minister by day, Reverend Gardner also finds time to work as a freelance writer. Her essays and columns have been featured in The National Catholic Reporter, The Boston Globe, The Providence Journal, New England Tennis Magazine, and most recently as part of WBUR's Cognoscenti series, Boston's NPR affiliate. Her debut book, And So I Walked, recounts her journey of traversing the 500-mile Camino de Santiago de Compostela. Using the famed pilgrimage path as a backdrop, Gardner's memoir weaves together her personal narrative with the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges presented by the Camino. Inspirational, and at times heart-wrenching, And So I Walked explores how faith, family, and friendship both change us and sustain us. A native of Massachusetts, the author now lives in California with her wife Beth. *The release date of And So I Walked was March 1, 2022, published by Adelaide Books (244 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY). Guest Links- And So I Walked via Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/So-Walked-Reflections-Chance-Santiago/dp/1956635947/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3Q0YQB845NYHX&keywords=and+so+I+walked&qid=1649883021&sprefix=and+so+i+walked%2Caps%2C139&sr=8-1 Anne's website - https://www.anne-gardner.com Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at info@traildames.comYou can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com  

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – City on Fire: A Novel by Don Winslow

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 30:04


City on Fire: A Novel by Don Winslow From the #1 internationally bestselling author of the Cartel Trilogy (The Power of the Dog, The Cartel, and The Border), The Force, and Broken comes the first novel in an epic new trilogy. “Superb. City on Fire is exhilarating.” – Stephen King "Epic, ambitious, majestic, City on Fire is The Godfather for our generation.” – Adrian McKinty, New York Times bestselling author of The Chain Two criminal empires together control all of New England. Until a beautiful woman comes between the Irish and the Italians, launching a war that will see them kill each other, destroy an alliance, and set a city on fire. Danny Ryan yearns for a more “legit” life and a place in the sun. But as the bloody conflict stacks body on body and brother turns against brother, Danny has to rise above himself. To save the friends he loves like family and the family he has sworn to protect, he becomes a leader, a ruthless strategist, and a master of a treacherous game in which the winners live and the losers die. From the gritty streets of Providence to the glittering screens of Hollywood to the golden casinos of Las Vegas, two rival crime families ignite a war that will leave only one standing. The winner will forge a dynasty. Exploring the classic themes of loyalty, betrayal, and honor, City on Fire is a contemporary masterpiece in the tradition of The Godfather, Casino, and Goodfellas—a thrilling saga from Don Winslow, “America's greatest living crime writer” (Jon Land, Providence Journal).

Felger & Massarotti
Hardcore Baseball: Are Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers destined to leave Boston?

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 46:08


Matt McCarthy and Bill Koch of the Providence Journal sit down for an in-depth discussion on the Xander Bogaerts contract situation (2:50) and Rafael Devers' future with the Red Sox (19:05). Plus, they also get into Garrett Whitlock's performance and what's in store for the Red Sox bullpen (33:05) and the Christian Arroyo experiment in right field (41:40)

Hardcore Baseball Podcast
Hardcore Baseball: Are Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers destined to leave Boston?

Hardcore Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 46:08


Matt McCarthy and Bill Koch of the Providence Journal sit down for an in-depth discussion on the Xander Bogaerts contract situation (2:50) and Rafael Devers' future with the Red Sox (19:05). Plus, they also get into Garrett Whitlock's performance and what's in store for the Red Sox bullpen (33:05) and the Christian Arroyo experiment in right field (41:40)

The Adam Jones Show
Mark Daniels Joins the Show – 4/13/2022

The Adam Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 12:08


Mark Daniels who covers the Patriots for the Providence Journal joins the show to talk everything Patriots offseason and the upcoming draft.

Weird Island
51. STRANGE STREETS: The Mystery of Ridge St. and Pidge Ave.

Weird Island

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 27:59


Episode Description: On the border of Providence and Pawtucket, there's a strange intersection. One single road changes its name from Ridge Street to Pidge Avenue. With Ridge and Pidge being just one letter apart, it always seemed like a mistake. With the help of Providence Journal reporter Paul Parker, we get to the bottom of the mystery. And uncover another one along the way. To Visit: Intersection of Pidge Avenue and East Avenue, Pawtucket, RIPidge Tavern was at 586 Pawtucket AvenueEpisode Source MaterialIt's No Typo | Paul Parker | January 19, 2020 (Search “Pidge” in the Journal Archive)Not gone after all - The Providence Journal, 3/8/2020A Toll, A Tavern, and A Farm: A History of Pidge AvenueNew York Times | Granville Standish Jr. ObituaryHistoric Taverns of Rhode Island | Robert A GeakeRhode Island · George Washington's Mount VernonTo George Washington from Nicholas Cooke, 4 April 1776Rochambeau | American Battlefield TrustMarquis de Lafayette | American Battlefield TrustDexter House | preserveriHistory & Culture - Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail (US National Park Service)