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The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
8-31-22 KELLIS ROBINETT-KSU BEAT WRITER FOR WICHITA EAGLE/KC STAR

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 21:33


Kellis joins us to preview the K-State football season. 

Boscoe’s Boys
Blitz Month 2022: Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 33:33


kellis comes in to break down the 2022 K-State football season and goes on the record to get his predictions in. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Boscoe’s Boys
Blitz Month 2022: Kellis Robinett of the Kansas City Star and Wichita Eagle

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 33:33


kellis comes in to break down the 2022 K-State football season and goes on the record to get his predictions in. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Shane Dennis Podcast
The Pulse 7-5-22 HR 1: Holiday Weekend Recap, Taylor Eldridge & NBA Free Agency

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 55:44


On this episode of the pulse, Pat discusses the headlines and events that happened over the long weekend as well as his upcoming wedding this weekend. Taylor Eldridge from the Wichita Eagle calls the show to discuss college conference realignment, Wichita State MBB and Avery Johnson's local recruitment process. At the end of the hour, Pat recaps and covers NBA news over the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sparking Faith Podcast
Jesus On Prayer – Fri – 22-05-06

Sparking Faith Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 2:00


Imagine that your basketball team is down by 15 points at the half. Do you give up? Not if you are the Kansas Jayhawks. They recently made an historic comeback to win the NCAA tournament. It's not just the team that never gave up. One of their players, Ochai Agbaji, has a history of persistence. At one time, he was rated at the 334th best high school senior basketball player in the nation. Yet he worked hard to improve his skills. He not only helped KU win the championship, but he was named the Final Four's most outstanding player. He is an example of never giving up.* Persistence is also needed in prayer. Listen to Luke 18:1-5, ‘Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up. He said: “In a certain town there was a judge who neither feared God nor cared about men. And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to him with the plea, ‘Grant me justice against my adversary.' For some time he refused. But finally he said to himself, ‘Even though I don't fear God or care about men, yet because this widow keeps bothering me, I will see that she gets justice, so that she won't eventually wear me out with her coming!'”' (NIV) How much more willing is God to answer our prayers than that arrogant judge! So, don't give up! Keep on praying! *Sam McDowell, "Why Ochai Agbaji fell into his parents' arms, crying, after Kansas Jayhawks' title win," The Wichita Eagle, April 12, 2022, https://www.kansas.com/sports/college/big-12/university-of-kansas/article260121915.html How to leave a review: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/rate-and-review/ Please provide feedback and suggestions at: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/feedback/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
4-13-22 KELLIS ROBINETT-KSU BEAT WRITER

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 22:47


Kellis, with the Wichita Eagle & KC Star, joins us to talk KSU Athletics! 

Wichita Podcast
42-League 42 w/Bob Lutz

Wichita Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 50:15


We had the incredible opportunity to sit down with local legend, Bob Lutz, to hear a little about his history working for the Wichita Eagle and also his newest project - League 42. Although the league has been around for several years, it is heading in some awesome directions.From the League 42 website:"League 42, named in honor of the great Jackie Robinson, the first African-American in Major League Baseball, is a youth baseball league comprised primarily of urban children ages 5 – 14. McAdams Park at 17th & Wabash (I-135 & 13th Street area) is home to the League and where we play our games. Practices are held at McAdams, too, as well as other baseball fields across the city."League 42 is evolving into much more than a youth baseball league and Bob told us all about that, too. You can find all the information you need at https://league42.org/. There are several ways you can get involved, and a big one being coaching, so if you are ever interested please reach out.Follow/Like Us!Website - https://www.wichitapodcast.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wichitapodcast/                          https://www.instagram.com/threeyumsix/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WichitaPodcast                          https://www.facebook.com/threeyumsixTwitter - https://twitter.com/WichitaPodcast                    https://twitter.com/threeyumsixTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@wichitapodcastEmail - wichitapodcast@gmail.comWichita Podcast Jams - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5-HvQ16Chb5FzfXBeXuOMATheme music by Emily Hahn - @emilyhahnmusic on Instagram. Find her music on Spotify, Apple Music, and anywhere you can stream music! New EP is out NOW called "Brighter Tomorrow." Intro sounder from the Wichita Now video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WH6XW1JltQY&t=349s© Wichita Podcast LLC 2022

Issues Program
ISSUES 2022 04/10/22

Issues Program

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 23:53


Wichita Eagle reporter Denise Neil discusses her book 'Classic Restaurants of Wichita'

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts
Oncology, Etc. – Mr. Paul Goldberg: Interviewing the Interviewer (Part 1)

ASCO eLearning Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 17:35


Drs. David Johnson (University of Texas) and Patrick Loehrer (Indiana University) host the first of two Oncology, Etc. episodes featuring Mr. Paul Goldberg, book author, investigative reporter, and Editor and Publisher of The Cancer Letter. In part one, Mr. Goldberg reflects on his two main interests − human rights and cancer, and his early career as a journalist and novelist. If you liked this episode, please subscribe. Learn more at education.asco.org, or email us at education@asco.org.   TRANSCRIPT Dr. Pat Loehrer: Hi I'm Pat Loehrer, I'm the director of the Center for Global Oncology and Health Equity here at Indiana University. Dr. David Johnson: Hello, my name is David Johnson. I'm at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. And we've got a great guest today and we're excited about the interview. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Yeah, it's very timely too, I think it's terrific. Before we go on to that, are there any recent books that you've read that you want to recommend? Dr. David Johnson: Yeah, actually, I do. It's somewhat related to our topic today. I just finished a book entitled, Presumed Guilty by Erwin Chemerinsky, who's the Dean of the Law School at the University of California, Berkeley. It's actually recommended to me by a lawyer friend. I think most of our audience knows the fourth, fifth, and sixth amendments to the Constitution are the ones that provide protection for people accused of crimes. And I think most of us are familiar with the Warren Court in the 50s and 60s, which seemed to be a very, quote-unquote liberal court that provided many of the protections that you see on TV shows, police TV shows de including the Miranda protections, but as Chemerinsky points out in his book, that really is a historical aberration, that the Supreme Court from its founding really right through today is then on the opposite side of the fence in terms of protection to the accused can many landmark rulings over the last several years, including Terry versus Ohio and City of Los Angeles vs. Ryan, have actually provided protection and sanction stop in frisk activities, limited suits against police departments to institute reform, and even provided some benefit for the use of so-called lethal chokeholds. Smaller than I think, in light of what's happened over the last several months, really provided some insight, to me at least, about how the Supreme Court looks at the protection of the accused. I thought it was a very interesting book to read. And Chemerinsky does a great job of explaining these landmark cases in a way that simpleton like myself can understand them. So, I recommend it to you. I think you'd enjoy it. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Yeah, there's a book called “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson. I'm not sure if you've ever had a chance to read that. It is an outstanding read. They made a movie out of it but if you get a chance to read the book, it's really terrific. Again, it talks a lot about the inequities in terms of how our court systems have prosecuted people of color for minor crimes compared to people that are in the majority here. But I think both of those would be great reads. Dr. David Johnson: Yeah, I haven't read it, but I will. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Yeah, it's terrific. Go for it. Going ahead in getting started, it's our great pleasure to have Mr. Paul Goldberg join us today. Anyone in oncology knows him. He is the editor of the Cancer Letter. Interestingly, he was born in Moscow and emigrated here to the United States at the age of 14, where he went to Virginia. He got his undergraduate degree at Duke in economics. And shortly thereafter, he worked in a newspaper in Reston, Virginia, where he met his future wife. I think from there, they went to the Wichita Eagle in Kansas. His wife was actually the daughter of the founder of what was to become the Cancer Letter, Jerry Boyd. He rose to associate editor and finally editor in 1994, and publisher and editor about a decade ago. The Cancer Letter is the go-to newspaper for us in oncology. Over 200 institutions subscribe. There's not a cancer center director in the country that does not look forward every week. One is to see if it's in there, you hope it isn't. And then if it is, you hope that there are really some platitudes in there about how wonderful you are, and then you can go ahead and read the rest of the article. The New York Times once said that everybody who's anybody in the cancer field reads this newsletter. He's won a number of awards, including the Washington DC professional chapter of the Society of Professional Dermatologists and some Gerald Loeb awards. His investigative work has uncovered some extraordinary events, including the Duke scandal with genomics, the ImClone scandal, as well as some of the workings of SIPRAD and MD Anderson, and I think he is really a flashlight that looks in the dark corners of our world, but also is there also to cheer on some of the accomplishments in oncology, and he knows Brawley and have written a book together, How We Do Harm. They're also doing the history of oncology together. He's a novelist. He's a nonfiction writer, and he's an extraordinary individual. And I think we're really looking forward to spending a few minutes with you here, Paul, thank you for joining us. Paul Goldberg: Thank you for inviting me. This is really a pleasure to spend some time with friends. Dr. Pat Loehrer: Well, by the time this gets aired, hopefully, the crisis in Ukraine will be over. But just last week, the Russians invaded Ukraine, and I think it's very timely to hear more about this and the fact that you grew up in Moscow and Russia. Tell us a little bit about your early life, your upbringing, your family background, and what prompted your family to immigrate here to the United States? Paul Goldberg: Well, it suddenly became possible and it was something that my father wanted to do. So, we just sort of ran as soon as we could, and certainly, I had kind of a fascinating time that I've been chewing on for many years as a novelist. In fact, they've just turned it into a novel, which will be published not this coming summer, but the following summer, it's called The Dissident. It's about the Soviet human rights movement and it's set in 1976. By then I was here, actually. But it's kind of like material that found me and really weirdly, it's also why I'm in oncology, where I'm covering oncology. My material kind of found me when I was in college, my drinking friend's mother, Ludmila Alexeiava was one of the founders of the Moscow Helsinki group. Interestingly, also, my first book was about the Moscow Helsinki watch group, which is really the beginning of human rights monitoring, which is really a staple, let's say the beginning of the NGOs. It's a staple of world order to rely on people within the country that it's being written about covering themselves in a way. It's kind of like free social media. And then, of course, enhanced greatly by social media. That was my beginning, but what was also interesting is that being a writer, and I really wanted to be a novelist, I did not want to then write nonfiction, but the material was so good that I had to jump in. Then I also had to, like, temporarily at least, make a living doing something else. So, my former father-in-law, my dad at the time, my father-in-law, now my late former father-in-law, terrific guy, Jerry Boyd, just hired me to do some work for him. I started some stuff and he used to brag that he's the only guy who's ever made money off son-in-law. Dr. David Johnson: But Paul, I'd be really interested to know, where did your interest in cancer begin? Was it with the Cancer Letter or had there been some interest prior to that? Paul Goldberg: Well, when I was working for the Wichita Eagle, I kind of got interested, I always gravitated towards stories about things like insurance, for example, the value of life, anything that had to do with these sorts of very complicated philosophical questions. That was kind of the beginning of my interest. That's why I didn't say, oh, no, this is too wonky. I don't want to have anything to do with this. Also, when people realize, it's always interesting, there's a fair amount of that in oncology. So, I was trying to find that, and just the complexity and the characters. You'll run into characters in oncology that you kind of wish to run into because you can have half an hour-long conversations or two-hour-long conversations or three-hour-long conversations with a lot of folks without really getting off-topic. I mean, I get a lot of criticism from the kids and my staff telling me that I'm nonlinear in my thinking, but that's linear in this field. It's also once you get into questions like ethics, that's really the fundamentals of oncology, and that's also the fundamentals of my other interest, which is human rights. It's also the artistic potential of this field is incredible. It just kind of grew on me but basically, it all began as a kind of a way to make up for unevenness in cash flow from writing books. And then it just became so great. If you want, I can tell you what the actual events were that made me just say, this is my field. Dr. David Johnson: Yeah, I'd love to hear that, tell us. Paul Goldberg: Two early ones. One of them was the beginning of the National Breast Cancer Coalition. I was initially taking a nap at the Senate hearing. I was editing a manuscript that was around 1992. I was editing a manuscript that got a little bit boring for me to just sort of listen to most things and I just fell asleep. And then I heard Fran Visco's voice booming through and I had no idea who Fran Visco was, nobody had any idea who Fran Visco was. He was giving her “Men in Suits” speech, which is like the beginning of the patient's movement in breast cancer. I kind of woke up and I pushed the button on my tape recorder and I got it. It was just unbelievably cool. I said, okay, so conversations that they had in the kitchens, wherever, there are these people who are talking about setting up a public movement, because there was never a public movement really of patients in oncology. For the most part, it just felt a little bit boring. I started working around the corners of oncology around 1985-86, really, 5 or 6 years later, I was writing other books. And I was bored a little bit because there were a bunch of white guys making decisions behind closed doors. They stopped smoking a few years before, but there were still white guys behind closed doors. Suddenly, this was something completely different. This was a public movement. And I could recognize the public movement because I'd seen them, I'd written about them, I did a story about them. So, there was that. Then came up about that very same time, really roughly the same time came the NSABP scandal. The Cancer Letter was writing fairly short stories. Now, it has been around since 1973. So, there's just this incredibly rigorous device for monitoring the history of oncology, you can just crack the thing. But it was different because Jerry didn't write 5000-word stories. Sometimes he did but mostly he didn't. But I can't really express myself briefly, I kind of have to go, and so, I started realizing that I could just return to this story over and over and over till I understood it, until everybody else got, so because of drilling, probably I must have written 40 stories on NSABP, maybe more. I don't know, over the years, maybe I'd written, but they just sort of said to me, hey, this is a field that's now politicized in a way that kind of sustains journalism. Controversy is unbelievably cool with this because here's a group of patients who are saying, we don't really care about NIH funding, in this case, but we care about just funding for breast cancer, and we want to do it our way. Let's do it through DOD. That was an amazing story to cover. Then there's the story of Bernie Fisher, who was like the great man of oncology, getting kind of pulled through the wringer on this thing, and it was awesome. Then another thing started happening. I started going to the meetings, mostly I loved ODAC. I always loved ODAC and I still love ODAC. I haven't missed an ODAC for maybe 40 years or something. And the same goes of course, for NCAB.  Basically, here is a discussion as a spectator sport. Oh, wow! I kind of got passionate about this whole thing. Like, covering ODAC like Dave Johnson's ODAC was hilarious. It was a comedy show. Basically, Dave was doing some really cool stuff. Really good material, not really quotable because the jokes were a little loud. Schilsky was hilarious in the ODAC. Raghavan was really funny on ODAC. And then there was Sledge. It was also very, very funny.  So, there was this sort of a discussion of this very complicated stuff that I just started quoting. I think I must have quoted Dave's joke. I think you learned from your grandfather, a box turtle on top of a fencepost didn't get there by accident.  Dr. David Johnson: It's correct.  Paul Goldberg: Yeah, it became an obsession to just follow the characters.  Dr. Pat Loehrer: But by the way, Paul, we did interview Rick Pazdur a short time ago, and Rick did not say that Dave was funny. I just want to let you know. There was no comment about that at all. So, there's just another side to this story.  Paul Goldberg: Well, the funniest bit was when Derek Raghavan once asked, we need a translator here for southern English, why does it need a box turtle on a fence and it gets there by accident? I don't think Dave explained that that time, but I have to look at my story because I would just get into these digressions of this. I think that was also where Rich Schilsky invented the term, toxic placebo.  Dr. David Johnson: Yes, we had a study, we had to review that showed, frankly, that the placebo was actually better in some ways than the actual alleged, like the drug but with a lot of side effects.  So, Paul, you've been in the midst of a lot of really interesting stories, some would say controversial ones. ImClone, Pat mentioned earlier, the Duke scandal, where do you get your information? Without divulging.  Paul Goldberg: Well, some of them I can't really divulge. But some of them I can. The beauty of the internet now is that people can come up with an email address and send me stuff and I can actually communicate with them, and I don't even have to protect my source because I have no idea who my source is.  There was one of these stories you've mentioned, I'm not going to say which one where I could just sort of dial in the question. Like, I could just email this person whose nickname could be Mickey Mouse. I mean, I think that was Mickey Mouse. So, I can just send the question to Mickey Mouse, what happened at XYZ? I'd like to see a picture of XYZ, and then Mickey Mouse would send me something.  Dr. Pat Loehrer: This is like all the president's men?  Paul Goldberg: It's a lot like that. It's much easier because you don't have to count back or whatever and hang up, although I've done that it's kind of funny. Yeah, sometimes things show up anonymously.  Dr. Pat Loehrer: Well, that concludes part one of our intriguing interview with the cancer letter Editor Paul Goldberg. Stay tuned for part two of this conversation, where we'll learn more about the literary works of Mr. Goldberg, who's developed these works outside of the Cancer Letter.  We'll see and hear about his incredibly important insight into the Russian Ukrainian conflict and much more. Thank you to all our listeners for tuning into Oncology, Etc. This is an ASCO education podcast where we will talk just about anything and everything. If you have an idea for a topic or a guest you'd like to see on the show, please email us at education@asco.org.    Thank you for listening to the ASCO education podcast. To stay up to date with the latest episodes. Please click subscribe. Let us know what you think by leaving a review. For more information, visit the comprehensive education center at education that asco.org.  The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO the mention of any product service organization activity or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. 

Boscoe’s Boys
Coaching Search Odds Set By Kellis Robinett

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 35:44


K-Dawg from the KC Star and Wichita Eagle comes in and talks about the favorites and odds for who may be the next HCSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Boscoe’s Boys
Coaching Search Odds Set By Kellis Robinett

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 35:44


K-Dawg from the KC Star and Wichita Eagle comes in and talks about the favorites and odds for who may be the next HCSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Game on 1350 KMAN
The Game 3/11/22 - Kellis Robinett on KSU MBB

The Game on 1350 KMAN

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 44:17


00:00 - Troy weighs in on Bruce Weber's Resignation 20:45 - Kellis Robinett of the KC Star & Wichita Eagle discusses Weber stepping down 32:55 - Robinett with thoughts on potential replacements for Weber

Crime Scenes & Cupcakes
Carr Brothers The Beginning

Crime Scenes & Cupcakes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2022 12:13


Research from Oxygen Killer Siblings. True Crime All the Time. Killer Queens. Wichita Eagle. Wichita Podcast. Brothers who went on a rampage of rape, murder and other heinous crimes. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Shane Dennis Podcast
1-04-22 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 55:40


Today during the second hour of the show it's Tuesdays with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle, hear from Shockers Men's Basketball coach Isaac Brown as he spoke to the media today and Pat plays a round of Take Two Tuesdays... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
12-28-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 54:59


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle, breaks down the NFL playoff picture and plays a round of Take Two Tuesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
12-21-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 55:21


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks with Taylor Eldridge of the Wichita Eagle, head coach Isaac Brown and Take Two Tuesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wichita Chamber Business Accelerator
Christina Long - The CML Collective

Wichita Chamber Business Accelerator

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 34:02


Come join us at the 2022 Wichita Business Expo at Century II on Thursday, September 29!  This is the premiere business-to-business trade show in Wichita.  No matter what you are looking for, you will find it at the Expo! Learn more now!Half of the guests on the podcast have mentioned her and now we get to hear directly from the legend, Christina Long.  Don and Ebony explore with her how CML Collective and the Create Campaign have lifted other minority-owned businesses in the community.  On this episode we discuss: Starting out in journalism through the Wichita Eagle, covering the ethnic and minority communities Small beginnings with a t-shirt company and evolving Becoming a creator and not just a consumer A time of homecoming The critical need to create a flow of capital and mentoring for minority-owned businesses The risk of missing the opportunity we currently have “I am because we are” Having birthday resolutions A rising tide lifts all boats What she learned from a red rubber ball Learn more about CML Collective:https://www.cmlcollective.com/Facebook ProfileTwitter ProfileLinkedIn ProfileInstagram ProfileProudly located in the heart of Wichita, Kansas in the e2e Incubator/Accelerator, CML Collective is an award-winning company that takes projects from conceptualization to completion at highly-competitive rates. Their company executes using a streamlined service delivery model that keeps us nimble, responsive and able to provide excellent services at maximum value for their clients. They also prioritize maintaining a supply chain, vendor base and partner network that is nearly 100 percent Wichita-based.Christina Long is an entrepreneur and community-builder who is passionate about diversity, inclusion and economic development through entrepreneurship. Long is a native of Wichita, Kansas; Wichita State University graduate and owner of CML Collective, LLC, an inclusive communication and design firm. She is also the Founding President/CEO of Create Campaign, Inc., a tax-exempt nonprofit she established to help urban entrepreneurs in Kansas to launch, innovate and grow. Long leads the Wichita Urban E-Community, has served on the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce's board of directors and is an author of her debut book, “For the Greater Success.” Her numerous honors include being named among 50 Kansans Who You Should Know by Ingram's Magazine; earning the Chamber's Exceptional Young Leader Award; receiving a Wichita Business Journal Leaders in Diversity Award and being named the Kansas Minority Business Advocate of the Year by the Kansas Department of Commerce's Office of Minority and Women Business Development. Long is married to Jonathan and the couple has three brilliant children, Amarah, Malcolm and Jordyn.Other Resources:Join the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce! This podcast is brought to you by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce and is powered by Evergy.  To send feedback on this show and/or send suggestions for future guests or topics please e-mail communications@wichitachamber.org. This show is part of the ICT Podcast Network.  For more information visit ictpod.net

Shane Dennis Podcast
12-14-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 55:32


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks Shockers basketball with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle, takes a look at the AP Top 25 for the College Basketball world and names his two favorite all time KU Basketball players... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
12-07-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 55:43


Today during the second hour of the show Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle joins to talk Shockers and local high school sports, hear from Shockers Men's Basketball coach Isaac Brown during his Tuesday presser and Pat plays a round of Take Two Tuesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
Ep 121 HR 1: Friday Monologue, Taylor Eldridge, Allstate Twitter Q

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 58:53


Today during the first hour of the show Shane recaps last night Thursday Night Football game, talks Shockers Men's Basketball with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle and highlights RD 3 of the Christmas movie tournament... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
12-01-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 55:24


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks with KState beat writer for the Wichita Eagle and KC Star Kellis Robinett, Pat talks about the new Royals minor league signee from today and plays a round of What If Wednesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drive
Colliding Circles

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 48:48


Hour 1 - Tuesday afternoon's adventure features appearances by Berry Tramel Sports columnist for The Daily Oklahoman & our favorite foodie Denise Neil from the Wichita Eagle. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
11-30-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 55:11


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle, hear from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid as he spoke to the media on Monday and Pat plays a round of take 2... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shane Dennis Podcast
11-23-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 55:16


Today during the second hour of the show Pat talks Shockers basketball with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle, hear from Shockers head coach Isaac Brown and Pat plays some Take Two Tuesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast
Demolition Herby by Telesys

The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 67:01


Hello there, thanks for joining me today to talk about the final released Telesys game, Demolition Herby. There's also a few interesting tidbits about the end of Telesys, as well as a few prototypes that we'll cover in a future show. I hope that you enjoy it. Coming up next, the first of many Sesame Street character games from Atari, Oscar's Trash Race. If you have any feedback for the Grouch, please send it to 2600gamebygame@comcast.net by November 14th.  My Extra Life stream is coming up this weekend, Friday and Saturday from 8PM to 8AM EST. Fingers crossed. if you'd like to donate, you can do that here. Thank you so much! As always, I thank you very much for listening. Demolition Herby on Random Terrain Telesys Prototype thread on Atari Age Short Is'Action entry on GDRI Impossible Game article by Leonard Herman Telesys article March 16 1983, Arizona Republic The Store (Kandyman Sales) Atari ad, July 16 1983 Wichita Eagle

Shane Dennis Podcast
11-02-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 55:29


Today during the second hour of the show Pat chats with Taylor Eldridge of The Wichita Eagle and plays a round of Take Two Tuesday... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

John Whitmer Show
John Whitmer monologue 10/31/21

John Whitmer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 12:08


John discusses the revelation from the Wichita Eagle of Vice Mayor Brandon Johnson's connections to people who received grant money from a city application.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wichita Podcast
25-Wichita Eagle

Wichita Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 62:47


The Wichita Eagle looks a lot different today than it did throughout the 1900s. The Eagle, along with its bitter rival the Beacon, was a staple of the Wichita community for many years. In more recent times, the Eagle has had its struggles to stay in the modernized world. The boys talk through the history of the Eagle, the spicy spicy rivalry, where it is today, and some of the disappointments the Wichita community share.Follow/Like Us!Website - https://www.wichitapodcast.com/Wichita Podcast Jams - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5-HvQ16Chb5FzfXBeXuOMAFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/WichitaPodcastTwitter - https://twitter.com/WichitaPodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/wichitapodcast/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@wichitapodcastEmail - wichitapodcast@gmail.comTheme music by Emily Hahn - @emilyhahnmusic on Instagram. Find her music on Spotify, Apple Music, and anywhere you can stream music! New EP dropping November 1, 2021 called "Brighter Tomorrow."© Wichita Podcast LLC 2022

The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast
Frankenstein's Monster by Data Age

The Atari 2600 Game By Game Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 91:26


Happy Halloweeeeeeeeeeen almost! We end Spooky Season on the podcast with the great Frankenstein's Monster by Data Age. If you haven't played this because you think all Data Age games are garbage, you have been misled. I urge you to give this a try, it is one of the best on the system. Up next we will give thanks for Demolition Herby by Telesys! If you have thoughts on this one, please send them to me at 2600gamebygame@gmail.com by November 1st. I haven't played this in years so I don't remember it, but it was recommended in the Video Game Update newsletter, so I am excited to try it out. Enjoy the rest of the Spooky Season and thank you for listening!   Frankenstein's Monster on Random Terrain Frankenstein's Monster on Atari Protos Video Game Update April 1983 on Atari Compendium Aracde Express May 8 1983 1985 Wichita Eagle profile of George Jabara/Kandyman Sales Part 1 1985 Wichita Eagle profile of George Jabara/Kandyman Sales Part 2 Video Games magazine September 1983 Atari Internal CES Review document June 1982 KMS web site jlun2 TAS of Frankenstein's Monster Brian from Albuquerque's Youtube page France Gall - Frankenstein

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
10-6-21 KELLIS ROBINETT-KSU BEAT WRITER FOR WICHITA EAGLE AND KC STAR

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 22:55


Kellis joins us to discuss K-State's loss to OU and the outlook for the rest of the season. 

Shane Dennis Podcast
10-4-21 HR 2 of The Pulse with Pat Strathman

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 49:17


Today during the second hour Pat talks all things Wichita Shockers Basketball and High School football with Taylor Eldridge of the Wichita Eagle. We also hear from Kansas State Head Coach Chris Klieman as he spoke to the media earlier today... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Drive
Minding Business With Carrie Rengers

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 15:22


Wichita Eagle columnist Carrie Rengers drops in to talk business happening in & around Wichita. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Game on 1350 KMAN
The Game 9/17/21 Hour 1 - Kellis Robinett

The Game on 1350 KMAN

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 39:07


Full first hour with Kellis Robinett from the KC Star & Wichita Eagle

Shane Dennis Podcast
Ep 59 HR 1: Friday Monologue, Taylor Eldridge, Allstate Twitter Q

Shane Dennis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 51:49


Today during the first hour of The Shane Dennis Show...  Shane opens the show with his Friday monologue; could there be a Heisman candidate out of Western Kentucky?... Taylor Eldridge of the Wichita Eagle joined the show to talk about the state of the American Conference and what that could mean for Wichita State... The Jon Emmitt Allstate Twitter Question of the Day has to do with which college football game you're looking forward to this weekend?... See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Boscoe’s Boys
Blitz Month 2021 K-State Football Preview feat: Kellis from the KC Star and Wichita Eagle

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 38:18


blitz week rolls on with K-DawgSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Boscoe’s Boys
Blitz Month 2021 K-State Football Preview feat: Kellis from the KC Star and Wichita Eagle

Boscoe’s Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 38:18


blitz week rolls on with K-DawgSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
8-18-21 KELLIS ROBINETT-KSU BEAT WRITER FOR WICHITA EAGLE/KC STAR

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 26:10


Kellis joins us to share his thoughts on this year's team, how practice is going so far, and the Big 12 and how it moves forward after OU & Texas decided to go to the SEC. 

Southern Mysteries Podcast
Episode 94 The Crime Tourist Slayings

Southern Mysteries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 31:13


Lester Brocklehurst, Jr was a Sunday school teacher who grew bored of his life. In 1937 he and his girlfriend hit the road on a multi state crime spree that ended with dozens of armed robberies and three murders   Want more Southern Mysteries?  Patrons get monthly bonus content called Southern Mysteries Shorts! Join today at patreon.com/southernmysteries   Connect Website: southernmysteries.com Facebook: Southern Mysteries Podcast Twitter: @southernpod_ Instagram: @explorethesouth Email: southernmysteriespodcast@gmail.com    Episode Sources Officers of Four States Hunt Pair. Anniston Star. May 9, 1937 Holdup Killer Caught in N.Y. Abilene Morning News. May 14, 1937 Three States Attempt to Get Brocklehurst. Fort Worth Star-Telegram. May 14, 1937 Killer Gives Own Story of Crime Career. The Sacramento Bee. May 14, 1937 Sanity Question Stirs Anger of Accused Slayer. The Daily Oklahoman. May 27, 1937 Brockelhurst, Ordered to Die, Falls in Faint. The Richmond Times Dispatch. June 26, 1937 Killer's Companion Freed of Murder. The Richmond Times Dispatch. June 26, 1937 Bernice Felton Is Indicted by U.S. Fort Worth Star-Telegram. September 25, 1937 Brocklehurst Fights for Life As Child Is Born. Kenosha News. December 17, 1937 Girl Begins Time for Crime Tour. The Wichita Eagle. May 29, 1939 What's Behind the Man Behind the Thumb? The News Tribune. July 30, 1939 Gangsters, Mobsters & Outlaws of the 20th Century. Legends of America. February 2020 Gangsters During the Depression. American Experience PBS.  Bernice Felton, Half of a Serial Killer Couple – Illinois, 1937. Unknown Gender History. January 2, 2021   Episode Music Ossuary 1 The Beginning, Dark Times, Despair and Triumph, Ambient by Kevin MacLeod. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. Source: http://incompetech.com No 2 Remembering Her - Esther Abrami Licensed under Creative Commons  Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Pantherburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use.

Murhakertomuksia
17: Petollisuutta baptistikirkossa

Murhakertomuksia

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 28:19


Keskilännen pikkukaupungin kirkkoväessä on mätä omena, mutta kuka? Poliisi selvittää Randy Stonen murhaa. Instagram: instagram.com/murhakertomuksia Musiikki: Gioele Fazzeri "Warriors from another time", https://pixabay.com/fi/music/paaotsikko-warriors-from-another-time-free-epic-soundtrack-2562/ Lähteet: Teresa Stone | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers The Murder of Randy Stone and The Dating Game Killer by Crime Wives Podcast • A podcast on Anchor (29) Teresa Stone gets 8 years - YouTube Episode #190 - Religious Romance and Murder – Martinis & Murder – Podcast – Podtail Woman's Pastor Love Ended in Murder Video - ABC News (go.com) Former Marine's Murder Exposes Wife's Affair with Pastor - ABC News (go.com) Teresa Stone sentenced to eight years for conspiring to kill husband | The Wichita Eagle (kansas.com) Randy Stone murder exposed the twisted affair between wife and best friend Pastor David Love | Daily Mail Online Missouri woman admits plotting to kill her husband with her pastor | Fox News Ilmainen kuvapankkikuva Pexelsistä kuvaaja Denise Dulinski

Mindful Skeptics Podcast
FRITO LAY STRIKE ENDS

Mindful Skeptics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 17:35


#TrickleUp #Strike #FritoLay #Protest #Boycott A 20 day strike by 600 Frito-Lay workers in Topeka, Kansas has come to an end after workers negotiated a wage increase, a day off every week, and the end of what workers called "suicide shifts," where employees get only an eight hour break between shifts. The New York Times first reported on Saturday that workers and the company had reached an agreement and ratified a contract. Workers had previously rejected a contract proposal in early July, Insider's Mary Meisenzahl reported, with workers pushing back against low pay and mandated overtime, according to the Wichita Eagle. Under that proposal, workers would have received a 2% wage increase, according to Labor Notes. Labor Notes reports that some workers were working 12 hour shifts for seven days in a row. The workers at that plant "make, package, and ship nearly every type of Frito-Lay snack," according to Labor Notes, which includes Cheetos, Lays, and Doritos.

SportsBeat KC
Breaking down the Big 12's future, assuming there is one

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 33:09


The Big 12 is in a state of flux. Texas and Oklahoma have formally applied to the SEC. It's only a matter of timing for those schools to be part of major college football's first 16-team conference. What happens to the remaining Big 12 schools? On today's SportsBeat KC, Kansas State beat writer Kellis Robinett (KC Star, Wichita Eagle) and TCU beat writer Drew Davison (Fort Worth Star-Telegram) join host Blair Kerkhoff in covering the Big 12 and college sports landscape. They discuss the possible options for the schools. Some could be better than others. And how basketball could look in a different Big 12. Story links: Stay or go? What are options for Big 12 leftovers once Texas, OU leave? https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/big-12/article253055588.html With the Big 12 on life support, what's next for TCU? We break down some options https://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/big-12/texas-christian-university/article253045508.html Former KU football coach Mark Mangino hopes Big 12 can survive loss to OU, Texas https://www.kansascity.com/sports/college/big-12/university-of-kansas/article253045783.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Death By Champagne
EP 110 - So Angelic

Death By Champagne

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 71:47


Welcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week we are bringing you two separate cases. I cover a string of cold cases from the 70's referred to as the Stanford Murders. One of which remains unsolved to this day. Mackenzie takes us on a trip down I-70 where a number of seemingly random attacks on retail workers leaves numerous counties in fear when it appears all of these murders were done by the same individual.This episode contains foul language and discussions about murder, descriptions of remains, and sexual assault. We'll do our best to stay on track but the bottles are popped.SourcesStanford MurdersInside Hook Article: After 44 Years DNA Solved Satanic Murder of Arlis Perry. Was She the Only Victim? By Steve HuffThe Stanford Daily Article: Murder at Memorial Church remains unsolved 40 years later By Caleb SmithWikipedia: Murder of Arlis PerryPalo Alto Online Article: Sheriff investigating whether Stanford watchman linked to other campus murders By Linda TaaffePalo Alto Online Article: Sheriff: Suicide note, serial killer book jacket at murder suspect's home By Sue DremannI-70 Murders“Slain Clerk Shot Twice in The Head” The Indianapolis News, April 9, 1992“Interstate 70 Killer Leaves Trail of Death and Grief”, Peter Herman, Bill Smith, & Susan K. Brown, St. Louis Post Dispatch, May 17, 1992“Strange similarities link highway killings” Scott Candon, The Kansas City Star, May 16, 1992“Killer's Strange Pattern Slows Search”, Ned Seaton, Springfield News-Leader, May 17, 1992 “Police Fear New Serial Killer” Vidette-Messenger of Porter County (Valparaiso, Indiana), May 17, 1992“Nancy Kitzmiller was killed eight years ago…”, Michele Munz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 2, 2000 “Answers remain elusive 20 years after St. Charles murder, part of interstate spree” Valerie Schremp Hahn, St. Louis Post Dispatch, May 2, 2012“20 Years Later, 'I-70 Killer' Still At Large”, KMBC News, ABC 9, May 2, 2012“Police Release Information about I-70 Killer 20 Years Later” Sarah J. Clark, Fox 4, May 3, 2012 “I-70 Holds The Secrets To A Serial Killer”, Christian Fellwock, Vox Magazine, May 4, 2016“1992 murders at bridal shop unsolved but not forgotten by women's families”, Amy Renee Leiker, The Wichita Eagle, March 22, 2014, Updated August 08, 2014 “Investigators remain hopeful that they'll find the so-called ‘I-70 Killer'” Haley Bull, Fox59, May 22, 2017 “29 days of terror: The hunt for the I-70 killer” Chris Nagus, KMOV 4, November 16, 2020 St. Charles Crime Stoppers Unsolved Mysteries, The I-70 Serial KillerInterstate 70

SportsBeat KC
Big 12 tourney preview, and did coaches make right player-of-year call?

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2021 39:48


The Big 12 is looking to finish what it barely started a year ago. The men’s and women’s basketball tournaments arrive in Kansas City this week, with the men starting Wednesday at T-Mobile Center and the women Thursday at Municipal Auditorium. Beat writers Gary Bedore (KU, for The KC Star and Wichita Eagle), Kellis Robinett (K-State, for The Star and Eagle) and Drew Davison (TCU, for The Star-Telegram in Fort Worth) are here to break it all down in this episode of SportsBeat KC, The Star’s daily sports podcast. We start by picking apart the league’s all-conference team as selected by the coaches ... and their player of the year choice, Oklahoma State’s Cade Cunningham over Baylor’s Jared Butler. After a break, you’ll hear from Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby and Kansas City sports commissioner president Kathy Nelson, who had glowing comments about the tournament sites and shared information about getting to the games this week. Story links: Last Big 12 Tournament remains “eerie” experience for Kansas State men’s basketball team Bill Self talks about NCAA Tournament seeding ahead of Big 12 Tournament TCU basketball “can’t get pushed around again,” in rematch with K-State, Jamie Dixon says Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Read. Return. Repeat. : A ReadICT Podcast
Episode 1: What's in a Name?

Read. Return. Repeat. : A ReadICT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2021 67:23


Adult Programming librarian Sara McNeil and Suzanne Perez, Opinion Editor at the Wichita Eagle, discuss the origins of the ReadICT reading challenge, give book recommendations, and explore the world of books and libraries in this inaugural Wichita Public Library podcast episode. For a list of books mentioned in this episode, visit https://catalog.wichitalibrary.org/rs/78552.

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
1-20-21 KELLIS ROBINETT-KSU BEAT WRITER-WICHITA EAGLE/KC STAR

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 14:22


Kellis joins us to discuss the challenges the K-State Men's Basketball Program is facing. 

The Knightline Sports Network
AAC Report with Jeff Allen: #075 Guest: Taylor Eldridge, Wichita Eagle

The Knightline Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2021 32:54


The AAC Report With Jeff Allen Brought to you by: The Knightline Sports Network www.knightlinesports.com Recap: We recap the last two games of the bowl season and then turn our attention to college basketball as Taylor Eldridge of the Wichita Eagle joins us to talk about the Wichita State Shockers with Gregg Marshall's departure, Issac Brown taking the reins as interim coach and their season to date. We're looking for advertising partners in Houston, Cincinnati, Memphis, Greenville, Tulsa, Tampa, Annapolis, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Wichita & Dallas to partner with The AAC Report! Promote your business today on The AAC Report! Please Contact andrew@knightlinesports.com

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94
11-10-20 KELLIS ROBINETT-KANSAS STATE BEAT WRITER

The Sports Ticket from KD Country 94

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 19:45


Kellis Robinett, K-State beat writer for the Wichita Eagle and Kansas City Star joins us to discuss the Wildcat loss to Oklahoma State. 

Sports Daily
The curious backing of Gregg Marshall in a Wichita Eagle ad

Sports Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2020 20:15


Donors and fans of the program support embattled Shocker coach Gregg Marshall in a Wichita Eagle ad. Shane and Bruce wonder what difference it makes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bring On The PodCats
Episode 176: Kansas City Star/Wichita Eagle beat writer Kellis Robinett

Bring On The PodCats

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2020 37:03


Despite the ongoing pandemic, Kansas State will return to the football field on Saturday, so Kellis Robinett returns to share his thoughts on the bizarre season that lies ahead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bring On The PodCats
Episode 170: Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle/KC Star

Bring On The PodCats

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2020 48:53


We talk with one of K-State's most knowledgeable beat writers about what's going on with the football program and ways this forgettable basketball season could improve. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices