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Washington Post Live
Kenny Loggins reflects on his music career and details stories from his new memoir, “Still Alright"

Washington Post Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:23


Washington Post national arts reporter Geoff Edgers speaks with singer and songwriter Kenny Loggins about his iconic career and new memoir, “Still Alright.”

That's So Cincinnati
S2 Ep136: That's So Cincinnati: WLWT-TV anchor Sheree Paolello reflects on 20 years in local news

That's So Cincinnati

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 55:50


When Sheree Paolello signed a contract to be a reporter at WLWT-TV News 5 she saw Cincinnati as a stepping stone to a bigger market like Chicago or New York. But that contract became two contracts. Then an offer to anchor came along. So she stayed. This month marks her 20th anniversary at WLWT. Paolello told The Enquirer's "That's So Cincinnati" podcast there's no other place she'd rather report the news. Paolello grew up in St. Leon, in Dearborn County. She graduated from Northern Kentucky University and went on to be a crime reporter in South Bend, Indiana, Dayton and Charlotte before coming to Cincinnati. A mother of three, Paolello found the love of her life, Mike Dardis, in the anchor chair right next to where she sits. They celebrated their third wedding anniversary a few weeks ago. Looking back, Paolello said the big stories that resonate with viewers are, of course, the stories she remembers too. She reported live from Fountain Square in 2018 when a gunman killed three and wounded two others in the lobby of Fifth Third's headquarters.  She covered the 2006 saga of Marcus Fiesel, a 3-year-old child who was falsely reported missing, but whose foster parents killed him. Paolello knows her job can look glamorous, but the truth, she says, is that it usually isn't. "When you're a young reporter," Paolello said, "I don't think you realize the gravity of the job. ... And then you meet people on the worst day of their life. And what I always say to rookie reporters and to journalism school interns, I'll say to them, 'The day you lose your compassion is the day you need to get out of this business because it a day story for us is most of the time a life-changing moment for other people." To deal with the toughest stories she relied on Dardis' strength as her partner and the advice a priest gave her many years ago. He told her to be compassionate and do her job the best she can, in the most compassionate way possible. Then Dardis suggested that every night, on the way home, Paolello say a prayer for the people she's reported on. "And that is kind of how I've gotten through it," Paolello said. "I have been doing this job for over 25 years, 20 here in Cincinnati. And that's what I do. I say a prayer for the parents whose kids were killed in a car crash or the father who lost their wife to cold blood or whatever it is. "I try to just make it be part of my routine."

Moving Medicine
AMA's outgoing president Gerald E. Harmon, MD, reflects on the previous year

Moving Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 16:53


AMA CXO Todd Unger is joined by the AMA's outgoing president, Gerald E. Harmon, MD, a family medicine specialist in Pawleys Island, S.C. Dr. Harmon shares his reflections and learnings from a presidency that continued to be shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sounds From Seaver Way
Post-Game: Pete Alonso Reflects on Road Trip, NL East Competition

Sounds From Seaver Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 2:03


Pete Alonso talks to the media after the Mets 4-1 win in Anaheim.

The Blockade Runner Star Wars Podcast
Upcoming Star Wars Games w/ Alex Kane - The Blockade Runner Podcast #223

The Blockade Runner Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 71:45


Author and journalist Alex Kane joins Ryan and John to discuss upcoming Star Wars video games including the Knights of the Old Republic remake, Jedi: Survivor, and the announced but still mysterious Amy Hennig and Ubisoft Star Wars games. Episode Links Alex's Knights of the Old Republic Book Alex's Twitter Calling on Kenobi: Part 4 SWCA 2022: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords Coming to Nintendo Switch SWCA 2022: Respawn's Stig Asmussen Talks Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and Reflects on Its Predecessor Saber Interactive is working on the Star Wars KOTOR remake 7 Things We Learned From the Star Wars: Hunters Panel Amy Hennig and Skydance New Media Creating New Star Wars game Snowdrop - The Star Wars Project Show Links Email = blockaderunnerpodcast@gmail.com Click here to send us a voice message! Twitter Instagram Anchor YouTube --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockaderunnerpodcast/message

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
Glorious Processions: Scott Hahn Reflects on Trinity Sunday

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 3:00


Readings: Proverbs 8:22–31 Psalms 8:4–9 Romans 5:1–5 John 16:12–15 In today's Liturgy we're swept through time in glorious procession—from before earth and sky were set in place to the coming of the Spirit upon the new creation, the Church. We begin in the heart of the Trinity, as we listen to the testimony of Wisdom in today's First Reading. Eternally begotten, the firstborn of God, He is poured forth from of old in the loving delight of the Father. Through Him, the heavens were established, the foundations of the earth fixed. From before the beginning, He was with the Father as His “Craftsman,” the artisan by Whom all things were made. And He took special delight, He tells us, in the crowning glory of God's handiwork—the human race, the “sons of men.” In today's Psalm, He comes down from heaven, is made a little lower than the angels, comes among us as “the Son of Man” (see Hebrews 2:6–10). All things are put under His feet so that He can restore to humanity the glory for which we were made from the beginning, the glory lost by sin. He tasted death that we might be raised to life in the Trinity, that His name might be made glorious over all the earth. Through the Son, we have gained grace and access in the Spirit to the Father, as Paul boasts in today's Epistle (see Ephesians 2:18). The Spirit, the Love of God, has been poured out into our hearts—a Spirit of adoption, making us children of the Father once more (see Romans 8:14–16). This is the Spirit that Jesus promises in today's Gospel. His Spirit comes as divine gift and anointing (see 1 John 2:27), to guide us to all truth, to show us “the things that are coming,” the things that were meant to be from before all ages—that we will find peace and union in God, share the life of the Trinity, and dwell in God as He dwells in us (see John 14:23; 17:21).

Showtime Boxing with Raskin & Mulvaney.
Andre Ward Reflects On His Legendary Career & His Relationship W/ Dan Goossen | SHOWTIME BOXING PODCAST

Showtime Boxing with Raskin & Mulvaney.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 13:28


Live from the International Boxing Hall Of Fame, SHOWTIME BOXING podcast hosts, Eric Raskin & Kieran Mulvaney sit down with 2021 inductee and legendary boxer Andre Ward. Ward looks back on his epic career and discusses his relationship with the late Dan Goossen.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Dishing With Digest - Soap Opera Digest News and Exclusive Interviews
GH's Genie Francis Reflects On Her 45-Year Soap Journey

Dishing With Digest - Soap Opera Digest News and Exclusive Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 59:27


Genie Francis (Laura) looks back on her remarkable Port Charles run, her stints on DAYS, ALL MY CHILDREN and Y&R, the ups and downs of fame and more with Digest's Stephanie Sloane and Mara Levinsky. We also talk about the death of DAYS's Abigail and the latest casting news.

KQED's The California Report
Paradise High's Graduating Class Reflects On Painful Four Years

KQED's The California Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 11:23


Late last week, Paradise High School's Class of 2022 graduated. For the seniors who lived in Paradise and the surrounding area for all of high school, the past four years have been chaotic – to say the least. A few months into their freshman year in 2018, the deadliest fire in California history – the Camp Fire – broke out nearby and spread to their town. And they've also had to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Guest: Colleen Hagerty, Freelance Journalist based in Los Angeles

AP Audio Stories
Toes-for-cash hoax reflects Zimbabwe fears of soaring prices

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 0:43


AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Zimbabwe-Inflation

News & Features | NET Radio
Former NU Women's Basketball Coach Reflects on Historic Career

News & Features | NET Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:48


Paul Sanderford will be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Friday in Knoxville, Tennessee. Nebraska Public Media's Will Bauer caught up with the former NU coach at his home in Kentucky to discuss his career and the evolution of women's college sports.

Fronteras
'My dad is orchestrating my career' — Muralist Alan Calvo reflects on how his upbringing and heritage influence his work

Fronteras

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 21:30


San Antonio muralist Alan Calvo discusses the inspiration behind some of his most popular artworks, including his well-known Selena mural outside the Alamo Candy building and the new "Colores del los Nativos" outside of Texas Public Radio's headquarters.

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
Conversations on HC: A Teacher From Parkland H.S. Reflects on the Uvalde & Buffalo Mass Shootings

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 25:21


Parkland, Florida, teacher Sarah Lerner shares her poignant thoughts as the nation reacts to the latest deadly school shooting. Lerner was teaching the day a former student killed 17 at her high school; she has gone on to help lead Teachers Unify to End Gun Violence. Lerner discusses with hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter how public health must continue its focus on stopping gun violence and what lawmakers can do. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen

Garage Logic
6/9 Outgoing Minneapolis Office of Violence Prevention Director, Sasha Cotton, reflects on her legacy. What Legacy?

Garage Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 95:15


Outgoing Minneapolis Office of Violence Prevention Director, Sasha Cotton, reflects on her legacy. What Legacy? More from the White House Press Secretary asking us to disbelieve our own eyes. Rev Tim Christopher with an update on downtown Minneapolis.

CQ on Congress
Politcal Theater: How ‘Top Gun: Maverick' reflects a stranger, more vulnerable political time

CQ on Congress

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:08


"Top Gun: Maverick," the legacy sequel to the 1986 movie "Top Gun," has soared at the box office since its Memorial Day weekend opening, making more than 550 million dollars and counting. People might just be going to see Tom Cruise in action, but there might be something more going on here. The first "Top Gun" is an iconic piece of pop culture, a product of its times: a hot movie that came out at the coldest point of the Cold War. This "Top Gun?" It's also a product of its times, a weirder, more asymmetrical one for geopolitics. With us to discuss in CQ Roll Call Editor at Large John T. Bennett. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Political Theater
How ‘Top Gun: Maverick' reflects a stranger, more vulnerable political time

Political Theater

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:08


"Top Gun: Maverick," the legacy sequel to the 1986 movie "Top Gun," has soared at the box office since its Memorial Day weekend opening, making more than 550 million dollars and counting. People might just be going to see Tom Cruise in action, but there might be something more going on here. The first "Top Gun" is an iconic piece of pop culture, a product of its times: a hot movie that came out at the coldest point of the Cold War. This "Top Gun?" It's also a product of its times, a weirder, more asymmetrical one for geopolitics. With us to discuss in CQ Roll Call Editor at Large John T. Bennett. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MRO Network Podcast
Lufthansa Technik CEO Johannes Bussmann Reflects On His Career

MRO Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 12:48


Aviation Week's Lee Ann Shay and Lufthansa Technik's Johannes Bussmann discuss changes over the past 20 years, emerging trends and the future of MRO before he leaves the company at the end of this month. 

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Arizona Mirror reporter reflects on past Tweets and gets a taste of their own medicine - 6.08.22 - Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 39:30


Arizona Mirror reporter Dillon Rosenblatt was fired for offensive Tweets, Dillon who made a name for himself claiming Republican Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters of praising a Nazi leader is getting a taste of his own medicine. Plus we listen to a 'audio malfunction' from the Bridgewater-Raynham graduation ceremony.

Utterly Moderate Network
Mona Charen Reflects on Guns, Poverty, Jan. 6, & More

Utterly Moderate Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 33:15


Subscribe to our CONNORS NEWSLETTER for free today! On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast host Lawrence Eppard is joined by Mona Charen, a nationally syndicated columnist, policy editor at the right-leaning The Bulwark, and host of their Beg to Differ podcast. Charen joins our show to offer a conservative's perspective on gun control, reducing poverty, the January 6 hearings, decency in American culture, and more. Read Charen's writing at The Bulwark here. Listen to Charen's podcast Beg to Differ here. Episode Music: “Please Listen Carefully” by Jahzzar (creative commons) “Draw the Sky” by Paul Keane (licensed through TakeTones) “Tragedy of the Commons" by Jay Pete (used with artist's permission) “Happy Trails (To You)” by the Riders in the Sky (used with artist's permission) The Connors Forum partners with Shippensburg University (SU) but is an independent entity. The views expressed here are those of the host and guests, not of SU.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Steve Stone reflects on 40 years in broadcasting, a trade for Rudy Gobert? (Hour 3)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 42:18


In the final hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by White Sox television analyst Steve Stone to discuss the celebration of his 40th anniversary in broadcasting, how much slugger Jake Burger needs to be in the lineup and more. Later, Bernstein and Rahimi discussed whether the Bulls should attempt to trade for Jazz center Rudy Gobert.

On Point
In 'Work Pray Code,' author Carolyn Chen reflects on what happens when we worship work 

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 47:03


Many Silicon Valley companies want their software engineers to live for their jobs. And they offer them everything from meals to dry cleaning to spiritual coaches. But is the office really the place to find a life's worth of fulfilment? Carolyn Chen and Lauren Padron join Meghna Chakrabarti.

Digication Scholars Conversations
S2 E30 Community College Veteran Reflects on Leadership and Amplifying Diverse Voices - Howard Wach

Digication Scholars Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 37:06


As Howard Wach explains in this three part Digication Scholars Conversation with host Jeff Yan, Guttman Community College is not your typical community college. Opened in 2012 with a unique structure designed to address the high student attrition rate common in community colleges, Guttman only enrolls full-time students and was originally created without academic departments. With an established career in the CUNY system, first as a professor of history, and then as an administrator holding various dean level positions at LaGuardia and Bronx Community College, Howard has brought a wealth of experience and bold honesty to the challenging role of Vice-president of Academic Affairs and Provost at Guttman, from which he recently retired. Over the course of the conversation Jeff and Howard discuss a number of universal issues facing higher education, including decreasing enrollment and the intrusion of partisan politics, as well as challenges specific to Guttman, including the difficulties of catering to a diverse student-body from lower-income backgrounds with a campus located in the affluent borough of Manhattan. Despite the challenges, Howard reflects positively on his career with CUNY. “I had an opportunity to do a lot of different things in these different institutional spaces that I found myself in, and I feel a lot of gratitude. I feel fortunate to have been able to do that and I think made some kind of a difference in the places that I worked.”

The Widowed Parent Podcast
Author Kristin Meekhof reflects on losing her dad at age 5 [WPP116]

The Widowed Parent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 53:57


I had such a great discussion with Kristin Meekhof for this episode. Kristin is an author, and I invited her on the show because she is both widowed herself and is someone who lost a parent at a young age. Plus, this week we have a giveaway, where one lucky winner will get signed copies of both Kristin's book, A Widow's Guide to Healing, and my own book, Future Widow. If you're listening around the time this episode is released, you can enter now through June 11, 2022, at jennylisk.com/giveaway. Some topics Kristin and I discuss include: Being born in Korea and adopted by an American family as an infant; Growing up with her dad having cancer; Her dad dying when she was almost 5 years old; That first time her class was making Father's Day cards; Her mom getting remarried when she was seven, and being adopted by her step-dad; Having her last name change to her step-dad's name, which was her third last name as a young child; How disorienting and damaging it was for her as a child that her mother refused to talk her father's death; Getting to know her father through her uncle and grandmother; Being afraid as a child that her mother would die, too; Her own husband dying of cancer when she was 33, and how isolating this experience was; Why she decided to interview over 100 widowed people and write a book for newly widowed people; and Why sharing our stories is so important to our healing. I hope you enjoy my discussion with Kristin Meekhof. -=-=-=-=- Thank you sponsors & partners: Grief Coach - Grief support text messaging service. Tips and support delivered all year long, personalized based on your loss. Listeners get $10 off: https://grief.coach/jennylisk/ BetterHelp - Talk with a licensed, professional therapist online. Get 10% off your first month: betterhelp.com/widowedparent Support the show - Buy Me a Coffee -=-=-=-=-

PBS NewsHour - Segments
George Stevens Jr. reflects on his life in Hollywood and Washington in a new memoir

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 6:25


Writer and director George Stevens Jr.'s life has long been at the center of culture and politics. He details his extraordinary life and fascinating career in his book, "My Place in the Sun." Judy Woodruff spoke with Stevens about his life, career and growing up as the son of a legendary director. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

1080 KRLD In-Depth
Two years later: Fort Worth City Council member reflects on 2020 protests

1080 KRLD In-Depth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 8:47


George Floyd was killed on May 25, 2020. Shortly after, protests in North Texas erupted and lasted for many days after. Now two years since the protests and rallies, Fort Worth District 8 Councilman Chris Nettles gives insight on his experience protesting and the ways he hopes to prevent similar situations from happening in the future.

WrestleZone Podcasts
Kamille Reflects On Year-Long NWA Title Reign, Previews Alwayz Ready

WrestleZone Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 18:02


NWA Women's World Champion Kamille speaks with WrestleZone about her next title defense against KiLynn King at NWA Alwayz Ready, her title reign approaching a year in length, when the Forbidden Door makes sense, Tasha Steelz calling her out for a match, training with Bully Ray and much more.

The Brian Lehrer Show
This Year's Senior Class Reflects on How COVID Impacted Their High School Experience

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 12:38


This year's senior class has spent more than half of their high school careers dealing with COVID. High school seniors, starting with Brian Lehrer Show intern Gilana Steckel, call in to reflect on the pandemic-related challenges, what they think they might have missed out on and what they're looking forward to as the school year wraps up.  

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour
Evelyn LaTorre memoir reflects on cross-cultural love, marriage, and parenting

New Arrivals: A Socially-Distanced Book Tour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 2:00


Fremont author Evelyn LaTorre reads from her book, "Love in Any Language." It's about the joys and challenges of loving and parenting and living with a man who she met when she was in the Peace Corps.

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Steve Stone reflects on 40 years in the broadcast booth

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 20:22


Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by White Sox television analyst Steve Stone, who reflected on his professional journey as Tuesday marks 40 years in the broadcast booth for him.

Trey Wingo Presents: Half-Forgotten History
Ryan Fitzpatrick Details Retirement & Reflects on 9-team, 17-yr NFL Career | Half-Forgotten History

Trey Wingo Presents: Half-Forgotten History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 21:44


Ryan Fitzpatrick joins Trey to reflect on his 17-year NFL Career and his decision to retire, how his former teammates reached out to him when his retirement became public, some of his best career moments, including being the only NFL QB to throw for 400 yards in 3 straight games, why playing for the Buffalo Bills stood out among the 9 teams he played for, and his plans for his famous beard and hair.

RSN Racing Pulse
Lee Mottershead reflects on Epson Derby weekend

RSN Racing Pulse

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 14:33


Lee reflects on Epson Derby weekend and we'll look ahead to next week's program at Royal Ascot

Hey, it's Cory Hepola
Pete Najarian talks money and reflects on the tragic death of Marion Barber III

Hey, it's Cory Hepola

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 9:44


Pete Najarian joins Henry Lake with some thoughts about the Barber family and the death of former Gopher Marion Barber III. Later, we dive into some financial topics and talk about the latest news involving Elon Musk.

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham
John Dobson reflects on Stormers victory over Edinburgh in the URC

Afternoon Drive with John Maytham

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 4:24


Guest: John Dobson | Western Province Coach  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
James Patterson Reflects on the Lessons of His Time in Advertising

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 28:01


Author James Patterson sits down with international editor David Griner to reflect on his years as an executive at venerable agency J. Walter Thompson, his decision to leave the ad game, his mixed bag of experiences with film and TV adaptations, and his new memoir James Patterson by James Patterson. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
A Mighty Wind: Scott Hahn Reflects on Pentecost Sunday

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 3:00


Readings: Acts 2:1–11 Psalm 104:1, 24, 29–31, 34 1 Corinthians 12:3–7, 12–13 John 20:19–23 The giving of the Spirit to the new people of God crowns the mighty acts of the Father in salvation history. The Jewish feast of Pentecost called all devout Jews to Jerusalem to celebrate their birth as God's chosen people in the covenant Law given to Moses at Sinai (see Leviticus 23:15–21; Deuteronomy 16:9–11). In today's First Reading the mysteries prefigured in that feast are fulfilled in the pouring out of the Spirit on Mary and the Apostles (see Acts 1:14). The Spirit seals the new law and new covenant brought by Jesus, written not on stone tablets but on the hearts of believers, as the prophets promised (see 2 Corinthians 3:2–8; Romans 8:2). The Spirit is revealed as the life-giving breath of the Father, the Wisdom by which He made all things, as we sing in today's Psalm. In the beginning, the Spirit came as a “mighty wind” sweeping over the face of the earth (see Genesis 1:2). And in the new creation of Pentecost, the Spirit again comes as “a strong, driving wind” to renew the face of the earth. As God fashioned the first man out of dust and filled him with His Spirit (see Genesis 2:7), in today's Gospel we see the New Adam become a life-giving Spirit, breathing new life into the Apostles (see 1 Corinthians 15:45, 47). Like a river of living water, for all ages He will pour out His Spirit on His body, the Church, as we hear in today's Epistle (see also John 7:37–39). We receive that Spirit in the sacraments, being made a “new creation” in Baptism (see 2 Corinthians 5:17; Galatians 6:15). Drinking of the one Spirit in the Eucharist (see 1 Corinthians 10:4), we are the first fruits of a new humanity—fashioned from out of every nation under heaven, with no distinctions of wealth or language or race, a people born of the Spirit.

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima
Dan Coughlin reflects on the 1974 Ten Cent Beer night in Cleveland

The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 18:33


Dan Coughlin shared his experience from the 1974 Ten Cent Beer night at the Cleveland baseball game. Dan shared when he knew this night became legendary and what was next. Things fans could get away with back then compared to now. Listen to The Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima weekday mornings 6-10am on Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan and the Audacy App! 

The Benjamin Dixon Show
06-01-22 | Abuse | Community Reflects on Police Brutality | Cops Kill Pregnant Woman

The Benjamin Dixon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 118:07


We hate ads as much as you. Get access to the ad-free version of every show: Patreon.com/TheBpDShow OR Patreon.com/LikeItOrNot06-01-22 | Abuse | Community Reflects on Police Brutality | Cops Kill Pregnant Woman

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller
Former Steeler reflects on Tuitt's career

The PM Team w/Poni & Mueller

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 15:44


Former Steeler Arthur Moats joined the show. Arthur reflected on the career of Stephon Tuitt. He said it's sad, but not shocking Tuitt decided to retire. He said it leaves a massive void because Tuitt was a player with all-pro potential. He said Chris Wormley is definitely the player likely to fill the role left by Tuitt. He said DeMarvin Leal will see playing time and he's not worried about his size. The guys brought up Ndamukong Suh and asked Arthur how he could fit into the Steelers scheme. He said it's not impossible for Suh to play in their system, but he is later in his career and has predominantly played in a 4-3 defense. He said Larry Ogunjobi wouldn't be a problem, even though he was a member of the Browns during the Mason Rudolph-Myles Garrett fiasco. He said Larry was just defending a friend and teammate in the situation. He said if Ogunjobi gives them the best chance to win, they should try to sign him. 

End Abortion Podcast
Fr. Frank Pavone's Homily for June 2, 2022: The Divisive Paul Reflects Jesus' Unity

End Abortion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 12:28


Fr. Frank Pavone's Homily for June 2, 2022: The Divisive Paul Reflects Jesus' Unity by Priests for Life

University of Iowa College of Public Health
Passing the mic: Alexis Clark reflects on her time as a podcaster and full-time MHA student at Iowa

University of Iowa College of Public Health

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 24:52


This week, Alexis sits on the other side of the mic and shares her thoughts about producing a weekly podcast while being a full-time MHA student, what the experience has taught her, dishes on her favorite episodes, and looks ahead to starting her career. A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-alexis-clark-reflects-on-her-time-as-a-podcaster-and-mha-student/ Have an idea for a show? Questions or comments for our hosts? Send email to cph-gradambassador@uiowa.edu

YoteCast
Ep 127: Hear from new WBB assistant Gabby Johnson, Jaidyn Garrett as she prepares to head to Eugene and David Herbster reflects on the Coyote Athletic year

YoteCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 56:35


John Thayer talks to athletic director David Herbster, women's pole vaulter Jaidyn Garrett and new women's basketball assistant Gabby Johnson See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Golf Podcast Presented by Golficity
Golf Podcast 430: Peter Finch Reflects on His Quest for The Open

The Golf Podcast Presented by Golficity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 65:45


YouTube star Peter Finch joins the podcast this week to talk about his Quest for The Open, launching a new YouTube Channel, and a whole lot more. https://youtu.be/swsflevucMs   Listen to This Week's Show Download on iTunes here Download on Stitcher here Download on Spreaker here Download on SoundCloud here Listen on Spotify here Links from this Week's Show Link: Subscribe to Peter Finch YouTube Channel Get the Golficity App: Download the Free Golficity App Here Join our Private Community on Levellr: Register Your Spot Here Thanks to this Week's Sponsors Titleist is committed to ensuring that every golf ball delivers superior quality and consistency.  From ball to ball, dozen to dozen we should expect our golf ball to perform exactly the same way, shot after shot. That's why Titleist owns the design, the technology and the manufacturing to make sure consistency spot on every time. They even conduct all the testing and quality checks to make sure nothing slips through the cracks.  Titleist is the #1 ball for every player and the #1 ball in golf.  Choose the best for your game and find out more at Titleist.com. Trust your golf game to FootJoy, the number one Shoe in Golf. Shop now at FootJoy.com. Thanks for tuning to The Golf Podcast!

Digication Scholars Conversations
S2 E39 Community College Veteran Reflects on Leadership and Amplifying Diverse Voices - Howard Wach

Digication Scholars Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 31:24


As Howard Wach explains in this three part Digication Scholars Conversation with host Jeff Yan, Guttman Community College is not your typical community college. Opened in 2012 with a unique structure designed to address the high student attrition rate common in community colleges, Guttman only enrolls full-time students and was originally created without academic departments. With an established career in the CUNY system, first as a professor of history, and then as an administrator holding various dean level positions at LaGuardia and Bronx Community College, Howard has brought a wealth of experience and bold honesty to the challenging role of Vice-president of Academic Affairs and Provost at Guttman, from which he recently retired. Over the course of the conversation Jeff and Howard discuss a number of universal issues facing higher education, including decreasing enrollment and the intrusion of partisan politics, as well as challenges specific to Guttman, including the difficulties of catering to a diverse student-body from lower-income backgrounds with a campus located in the affluent borough of Manhattan. Despite the challenges, Howard reflects positively on his career with CUNY. “I had an opportunity to do a lot of different things in these different institutional spaces that I found myself in, and I feel a lot of gratitude. I feel fortunate to have been able to do that and I think made some kind of a difference in the places that I worked.”

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio
Mi'kmaw elder reflects on year since discovery of Kamloops unmarked graves

Mainstreet Halifax \x96 CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 7:33


It's been just over a year since the bodies of 215 children were discovered at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School. Last year, Thunderbird Swooping Down Woman, also known as Elder Darlene Gilbert, and others gathered to place shoes on the steps of St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica in Halifax in memory of the children. Gilbert spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the progress she's seen over the past year and what still needs to be done.

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky
Steve Kerr previews the Celtics, reflects on another Finals run

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 24:11


Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr joins Damon and Ratto to discuss the strengths of the Boston Celtics, the keys to the series, and to reflect on another Finals appearance.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Retired Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski reflects on his long, illustrious career

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 14:53


Recently retired Mike Kzyrzewski, known to many fans as Coach K, is one of basketball's most successful coaches during his nearly 50-year career. Judy Woodruff spoke with Kzyrzewski about the state of the NCAA and his illustrious career. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Johnjay & Rich Present: After Words
Grant Reflects on his Big Goose Fight of '06!

Johnjay & Rich Present: After Words

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 14:42


Today after the show we told all of our stories at once. We were so cooped up over the extended weekend that it just all came out. I guess this is what happens when Johnjay is not here to mediate. Oh well, time to draw on the ceiling.

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
Perfection as One: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Seventh Sunday of Easter

St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2022 3:00


Readings: Acts 7:55–60 Psalm 97:1–2, 6–7, 9 Revelation 22:12–14, 16–17, 20 John 17:20–26 (In dioceses where Ascension is celebrated on Sunday, see also the reflection for the Ascension of the Lord.) Jesus is praying for us in today's Gospel. We are those who have come to believe in Him through the Word of the Apostles, handed on in His Church. Jesus showed the Apostles His glory, made known the Father's name and the love He has had for us from “before the foundation of the world.” He revealed that He and the Father are one (see John 14:9). Jesus is the “first and the last” (see Isaiah 44:6), the root of David (see Isaiah 11:10; 2 Samuel 7:12), as today's Second Reading declares. Wrapped in clouds and darkness as God was at Sinai (see Exodus 19:16), He is “the king . . . the Most High over all the earth,” as we sing in today's Psalm. Exalted at God's right hand, as Stephen sees in the First Reading, the Lord calls to us through the Church, His Bride. He calls us to “the tree of life,” to communion with God. This is the goal of His love, His saving purpose from all eternity—that each of us enter into the life of the Blessed Trinity and be “brought to perfection as one” with the Father and Son in the Spirit. The story of Stephen, the first martyr, shows us how we are to answer His call. Listen for the echoes of the Crucifixion: Stephen, like Jesus, sees the Son of Man in glory and dies with words of forgiveness and self-offering on his lips (compare Acts 7:56–60; Matthew 26:64–65; Luke 23:24,46). We, too, are to commend our spirits to the Father, to pray and offer our lives in love for our brethren, awaiting His coming in judgment. We renew our vows in every Mass, coming forward to receive the gift of His life. We answer His call by crying out a call of our own: “Amen! Come, Lord Jesus!” And in our communion we answer our Lord's prayer: “That they may all be one, as You, Father are in Me and I in You.”

Here & Now
A journalist and parent reflects on Uvalde; 'Beethoven in Beijing' author

Here & Now

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 42:02


Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd opens up about the tension between covering the story as a journalist and experiencing the story as a parent of an elementary school child. And, her author and filmmaker Jennifer Lin discusses her book "Beethoven in Beijing," about how musical worlds opened when the orchestra went to China at a time when western music was banned there.

Peristyle Podcast - USC Trojan Football Discussion
Tunnel Vision: Alex Grinch reflects on his first set of USC football spring practices

Peristyle Podcast - USC Trojan Football Discussion

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 26:03


Tunnel Vision host Ryan Abraham is joined by special guest Alex Grinch, USC's new defensive coordinator and safeties coach. Grinch takes a look back at his first few months on the job, adjusting to becoming a Trojan and living in Los Angeles along with his first set of spring practices with a completely reworked defensive roster. This is a podcast version of our video show Tunnel Vision that you can find on our Facebook or YouTube pages. Make sure you check out USCFootball.com for complete coverage of this USC Trojan football team.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices