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Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is a podcast drama with a modern twist on old time radio that delves into the mystery of true cold cases and unsolved murders. With the help of an ensemble cast, follow our hosts as they take you on an entertaining journey through the crime scene, the investigation and attempt to solve the case. With many surprising plot twists, it’s important you start listening from the first episode of a cold case. New episodes are released every Tuesday. Unsolved Murd ...
 
The Metro Library podcast celebrates Oklahoma arts, Oklahoma culture, Oklahoma history and the lives of influential Oklahomans today. Upcoming podcasts include a special on the BC Clark Anniversary Sale Jingle, a multi-episode segment on Oklahoma prohibition and alcohol laws, and a multi-episode segment on running for political office in Oklahoma. Future podcasts will include interviews with Oklahoma Poet Laurette Jeanetta Calhoun Mish, bestselling author Kim Ventrella, Oklahoma City Mayor D ...
 
This is a podcast about Stephen Sondheim's entire body of work show by show and song by song. Each week Kyle Marshall invites an expert to discuss a Sondheim song in-depth. Together they discover the humour, how the songs inform character, and any hidden meanings. Most importantly they try to understand the man behind the music, the Shakespeare of our time, as best they can.
 
Episode 27: the Barrens, the Fiery Furnaces, the Vaselines, Soundgarden, Jonathan Fire Eater, Interpol, Nat Brower and the Power, Mudhoney, My Chemical Romance, Pearl Jam, A1 People, Dr. Skinnybones, Joy Sisters, Highway Gimps, Second Hand Coke, R.E.M., Nina Hagen, I Fight Dragons, MUSE, Weezer, Mazzy Star, Windmill, XTC, A Black Tie Affair, Daughtry, DJ Deadfish, Ace of Base, Slayer, Early Man, MAME, Rabato, Smashing Pumpkins, Thinktankok, VHS or Beta, Rival Schools, Scharling, Morning Fuzz ...
 
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The 1993 film Falling Down, starring Michael Douglas and directed by Joel Schumacher, divided audiences and critics with a story of a man’s descent into vigilante violence on a hot Los Angeles day. Viewed from 2020, the film shows us something deep and dark about American social reality in the years immediately following the end of the Cold War. Da…
 
Mike Yancey, owner of Pine Hollow Longbows, stopped by the Global Headquarter. On this podcast, we talk about his several decades of experience in primitive archery, trapping critters, and woodsmanship. Mike is a wealth of information and has traveled extensively pursuing game with his self-made bows. Whether you're into bows or not this is one you…
 
This song is deceptively simple. There is a richness to it both musically and thematically in the show. Ashley Pribyl returns to offer insight and tells the story about which character this song was originally written for. Follow Ashley on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pribbleprabble Or on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/apribyl22/ Losing My Mi…
 
She became one of the most influential people in California when she co-founded Stanford University in 1891. Jane Stanford was widely beloved for her forward-thinking, liberal ideals—but she also earned a few enemies. And when she was murdered in 1905, one question sent shockwaves through California: Who disagreed with Jane enough to kill her?…
 
Humanity’s most daring achievements are coming together in the new Spotify Original from Parcast! Every weekday, Incredible Feats introduces you to a new story of jaw-dropping physical strength, mental focus, and bizarre behavior. Join comedian Dan Cummins as he profiles the people who turned the impossible into the incredible, breaking records and…
 
Have you ever thought about getting a dog? A coon dog? On this podcast Brent Reaves, Nick Gilliland and Clay Newcomb break down the barriers to entry in this iconic past time. It's probably a lot more doable that you think and the benefits of being a coonhunter are notable. Raccoon populations are at an all-time high and there has never been a bett…
 
Jon Wiener is an American historian and co-author, along with Mike Davis, of the extraordinary book Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties. In this conversation, Wiener explains why it’s so vital, particularly in 2020, to recover L.A.’s radical history, and explains the process behind communicating a complicated movement narrative to a broad au…
 
We have entered the pscyho Follies. Buddy is up first to sing about what is driving him mad. David Heineman returns to explore Buddy's psyche, talking fast, and who performed it best. David's last appearance was talking about Simple from Anyone Can Whistle: https://share.transistor.fm/s/1722d41a Musically this song is based on The Half of It, Deari…
 
Once the princes disappeared, rumors and theories spread about who killed them—or if they were really dead at all. None of the speculation mattered to their uncle, Richard III, though. With the boys gone, he could finally claim the throne. But the new king soon realized that holding onto power would not be so easy.…
 
In this short bonus episode Clay talks with James Brandenburg from the AR Backcountry Hunters & Anglers about the Pine Tree Research There is a proposed sale of this public land to a private party could eliminate more than 6,000 acres of high-quality public hunting and fishing in North East Arkansas. Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast is Powered by Simp…
 
Daegan Miller’s first appearance on Nostalgia Trap, in which he discussed both his painful exit from academia and his stunning book This Radical Land: A Natural History of American Dissent, remains one of our most popular episodes. From the outskirts of a tiny town in rural Massachusetts, Miller returns to update us on his life outside the tortured…
 
This is our most informative bear-baiting podcast to date. Veteran bear hunters Heath Martin and Ryan Greb talk with Clay Newcomb, from start to finish, on how to bait and target big bears. They cover topics including: where to place a bait site, what type of feeders to use, how far in advance to start feeding bears, what type of bait and how much,…
 
This is the only time the younger versions of the four main characters get to sing a song. Is the jaunty melody actually a sign that their relationships started positively but became corrupted? Or are they trading fake niceties to hide the negativity brewing in their lives? A Fine Romance, music by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Dorothy Fields, performe…
 
In 1483, two princes got caught in the center of a bloody war for the throne of England—and became one of the biggest murder mysteries in British history. After the princes' uncle realized they were the only thing standing between him and his life-long quest for the crown, he locked them in the Tower of London. What happened next has remained a mys…
 
What happened to the world of independently-operated head shops, feminist and black-owned bookstores, and health food markets that blossomed in the 1960s and 1970s? Josh Davis, professor of history and author of From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs, joins us to explain how a movement to change the world was sl…
 
We love to nerd out about bears at Bear Hunting Magazine and we found the perfect person to bring the knowledge and match our enthusiasm. Sara Lyda was the first biologist to study black bears in Oklahoma. We talk about the early days and how the original research project started, the bears they studied, bear behavior, and some of the research they…
 
Is Loveland a collective mental breakdown, or is there something deeper going on? Steve Johnson joins Kyle to discuss MGM musicals and the idea that this is just the crossing of the threshold to the fantastic. You can follow Steve on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveTomJohn And you can check out his YouTube channel, The Listener's Guide, here: htt…
 
The name "Ted Nugent" evokes a host of responses from different people. Ted is an iconic rock-and-roll legend and outspoken political pundit, but in the hunting community we know him as "Uncle Ted." He's been the most outspoken hunter on the mainstream American stage for the longest period of time. Early on, Ted brought a new energy, life and zeal …
 
Phyllis deserves more love! Both in the show and from general audiences. In this song she delivers withering barbs to her husband Ben. But could she also be hiding behind a mask of anger her vulnerability? Darby Turnbull returns to discuss this and more! Darby's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/darby2u/ This episode ends with Donna Murphy's ren…
 
Stuart Schrader is a Lecturer and Assistant Research Scientist in Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, and the author of Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing. In this conversation, he shares details from the book about the Office of Public Safety, a 1960s American Cold War project that gave U.S. aid t…
 
In this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast we are in Washington with our friends Buddy Woodberry and Jason Duby from Double U Hunting Supply. We dive into some of the history of Double U, about their hounds and what they are up to these days. We also ask them some hard questions like does an animal intentionally reason how to trick a houn…
 
One More Kiss was cut from the original Broadway cast album. That's a shame because it just might be the most thematically rich song of the entire show. Marco DeNinis joins Kyle to explore operetta, ghosts, and beautiful things dying. You can follow Marco on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marcodeninis/ You can purchase Stephen Sondheim's firs…
 
Sean Lawrence works as a bartender and manager at a couple of the most popular eating and drinking establishments in downtown Ventura, California. In this conversation, he shares amazing stories from the world of restaurants and bars during the pandemic, from fights with MAGA trolls and the anti-mask crowd, to the agony of layoffs and closings, to …
 
Keith "Catfish" Sutton is a nationally known outdoor fishing and hunting writer and book author from Arkansas. He's written five books on catfishing, worked for ESPN for 10 years, and traveled the world fishing as a freelance writer. Keith is known as one of the country's top catfishermen. Keith has spent a lot of time fishing the Amazon River in B…
 
Buddy is mad. He dreams of being with the right girl. But who is that right girl? Isaac Bernier-Doyle returns to discuss Margie, delusions, and dad's dancing. You can find Isaac on Twitter: https://twitter.com/isaacbd Or on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/isaacbd/ Isaac is also the co-host of That's a Shame: https://shame.city Sondheim on Redd…
 
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is a professor of history at Calvin University whose work focuses on the intersection of religion, gender, and politics in American life. Her new book Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation traces the development of a white, militant, patriarchal Christian culture in the decades si…
 
On this episode we're talking land management with Matt Dye and Adam Keith from Land & Legacy. Matt and Adam are land management consultants and we start out this podcast by walking a piece of property with them in the Ozarks to get a glimpse of what a consultation would look like. These guys have a wealth of knowledge about both native and non-nat…
 
David Möschler is a conductor and musical director. He's also the founder of Awesöme Orchestra Collective. In this "intermission" from Follies David and Kyle dive into what makes Sondheim magical and which songs from Follies are the best. David Möschler's website: https://www.davidmoschler.com More about Awesöme Orchestra Collective: http://www.awe…
 
Eddie Pepitone is an actor and comedian whose latest standup special For the Masses captures the visceral hell of life in late capitalism. In this conversation, he talks about his path in comedy, the development of a “working class” voice, why he avoids trite topics like dating and pizza, and how his left-wing politics and Eastern spirituality find…
 
Clay Newcomb sits down with Steve Rinella and Janis Putelis of MeatEater in Bozeman, Montana for a rare-form conversation. Most people already know about their hunting styles, gear and stories because of the vast amount of media these two have produced, so we didn't bother talking about it. We talked about how Steve and Janis met and about the stre…
 
I'm so content spending time with you! Mackenzie Horner (of the Before the Downbeat podcast) joins Kyle to discuss people lying while singing. But also the interesting way that the lyrics interact with the music in the song Too Many Mornings. You can listen to Before the Downbeat here: https://anchor.fm/beforethedownbeat You can follow the show on …
 
Jonathan Wilkins of Black Duck Revival and Clay Newcomb have a discussion about the history of African American hunting in the South, but more importantly, they discuss the historical issues that have led to low participation of African Americans in modern hunting. The discussion flows into racism, its roots, the roots of racism in modern hunting a…
 
Whether it's good times or bum times it's still fun to sit around and talk about this song that can often steal the show. I'm Still Here is a song that's been covered by dozens of artists, but how does it work in the show Follies? Alex Stuive joins Kyle to explain the references and how the music in addition to the lyrics makes this one of Sondheim…
 
Rick Spicer visited the Bear Hunting Magazine Global Headquarters to have a discussion about the outdoors. Rick is an avid outdoorsman and part owner of Pack Rat Outdoor Center in Fayetteville, AR. He cut his teeth on mountaineering and talks about some of his adventures along with bushcraft and primitive hunting. We also talk about bridging the ga…
 
How does the way we live reflect all the traps of American ideology? This week, one of our favorites, writer and activist Yasmin Nair, joins us for a wide-ranging conversation on the historical, social, and economic dimensions of U.S. housing policy. From current debates around gentrification and rent strikes to the romanticized image of suburban n…
 
Is this a throwaway song or does it offer some subtext to the dissolving relationships within the show? Karen Unland returns to discuss weary women and tap numbers. Ella Fitzgerald sings Down in the Depths: https://youtu.be/xHpHOBTSo9Q Susan Egan and Brian d'Arcy James sing Mountain Greenery: https://youtu.be/J9sqOqWLAUo You can purchase Stephen So…
 
Since his first appearance on the Nostalgia Trap in 2016, Nathan Tankus has gained a devoted following for his ideas on politics, economics, and global finance. His newsletter, Notes on the Crises, is closely watched by journalists, politicians, and economists, particularly after publishing a remarkable set of pieces on COVID-19 and the Federal Res…
 
On this episode of the Bear Hunting Magazine Podcast, we’re talking mules and learning a lot from longtime mule skinner Lloyd Hawley from Hawleywoods Mule Farm. In this podcast we discuss a lot about the hybrid vigor of mules and what traits they gain from both horses and donkeys. Lloyd also shares his story of how he grew up breaking wild mustangs…
 
It's Sally's turn to lie about herself. Christine Chen returns to discuss where Sally's headspace is currently at in the show and whether she was ever happy with Buddy. Christine's Blog: https://acrossthearch.wordpress.com Christine's Twitter: https://twitter.com/AcrossTheArch Christine's podcast, Bottomless Broadway: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/…
 
Voice contestant Cam Spinks stops by the bear hunting magazine global headquarters this week to talk about his time on the show and how both music and hunting have played big roles in his life. We learn about some of the hunting opportunities in his home state of Alabama alongside the touchy subject of the Alabama & Auburn rivalry (Spoiler Alert: C…
 
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