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We are BACK! Edie Sellers and Nick Dinicola talk games and gaming-industry news. A grown-up show for grown-up gamers. Records live every Sunday at 2 p.m. PT (5 p.m. ET). Or check out our live video stream at https://www.youtube.com/user/GameHoundsVids
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Environmental Voices: The PennFuture Podcast

PennFuture - Hosted by M. Travis DiNicola

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PennFuture (pennfuture.org) is an environmental advocacy nonprofit leading the transition to a clean energy economy in Pennsylvania and beyond. We are protecting our air, water and land, and empowering citizens to build sustainable communities for future generations. PennFuture's Environmental Voices podcast was created for one simple reason: to lift up voices in communities across Pennsylvania who are fighting against pollution, environmental injustice, and for healthy communities and peopl ...
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. Overview: The Capital city and its art galleries, bars, restaurants, and long-held secrets are featured in this cozy-inspired mystery that is as unpredictable as the mighty Susquehanna River it sits on. When painter Keith Reed stumbles across a dead body in a Harrisburg bookstore, he doesn’t yet know that the vi ...
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But You're Wrong Podcast

Keith Bodayla & Greg DiNicola

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Keith and Greg ditch structure to talk about whatever interests them while trying to amuse each other and you. Bizarre news, pop culture, flights of fancy -- it's always fun and always entertaining! Every episode is a great time to start listening!
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Streamed live on May 12, 2024 — Microsoft steps in a very large flaming pile of PR poop — of its own making, we might add — and shutters a studio that produced on of its more successful releases of 2023. Then they say they want to focus on more small, critically acclaimed games. Also, Ghost of Tsushima PC release cancelled for 170 countries, and Ma…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This seventeenth podcast episode is the final episode for the first season and includes chapters fifty-seven through sixty, the epilogue, and bonus content! In this fi…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This sixteenth podcast episode includes chapters fifty-three through fifty-six. After a brick is thrown through the window of their home, Ginger and Keith decide to sp…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This fifteenth podcast episode includes chapters forty-nine through fifty-two. When talking to Patience, Keith makes a discovery of a long held secret in the catalogue…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This fourteenth podcast episode includes chapters forty-four through forty-eight. Heidi Fliederbaum, the bird lady, accosts Keith in a coffee shop and tries to convinc…
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The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is one of Pennsylvania’s best chances at reducing our climate pollution. For years there’s been legislation and litigation to get PA to join this critical cap-and-invest program. On Tuesday, December 12, our policy and legal experts provided updates on where PA stands with RGGI now and answered question…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This thirteenth podcast episode includes chapters thirty-nine through forty-three. Charles and Keith talk more about who they think murdered Jane. Keith starts to wond…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This twelfth podcast episode includes chapters thirty-five through thirty-eight. At a hearing for Trevor, Keith and Charles, who both believe Trevor is innocent, chat …
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This eleventh podcast episode includes chapters thirty-one through thirty-four. While participating in a “plein-air” painting event sponsored by Harrisburg Art Members…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This tenth podcast episode includes chapters twenty-eight through thirty. On their way to the gallery, for the Moonshine exhibit, Keith and Ginger speculate that maybe…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This ninth podcast episode includes chapters twenty-five through twenty-seven. At the Celebration, Charles Beckett, an old friend of Jane’s, acts at the MC. Trevor, an…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This eighth podcast episode includes chapters twenty-two through twenty-four. Keith again meets with Detective Henry to go over what he knows about Jane's murder. Exha…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This seventh podcast episode includes chapters nineteen through twenty-one. Keith is taken to the police station where he is interviewed by Detective Albert Henry. The…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This sixth podcast episode includes chapters sixteen through eighteen - Keith and Ginger watch the second half of Alan Moonshine’s Alpha Omega. After the show, they go…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This fifth podcast episode includes chapters twelve through fifteen - Keith meets Patience Gray, who runs the Gray Gallery. She invites Keith to attend a special perfo…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This fourth podcast episode includes chapters nine through eleven - Keith and Ginger have dinner with her boss, Stephen, and his husband, Adam, at their home. Adam and…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This third podcast episode includes chapters six through eight - Out for a walk on a crisp fall day, Keith and Ginger run into Jane, who invites them back to her house…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This second podcast episode includes chapters three through five - Keith and Ginger settle in to their new home quickly, with Ginger getting a job at a local florist a…
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Paint by Murders is an original, as of yet unpublished, mystery novel. It is the first in a series of Harrisburg Homicides. It is written, hosted, and narrated by M. Travis DiNicola. This first podcast episode includes the prologue and the first two chapters - it opens with a prologue featuring the transcript of a performance by the internationally…
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Lake Erie is the fourth largest lake by surface area of the five Great Lakes in North America and the eleventh-largest globally. The city of Erie is the main access point for Pennsylvanians to the Great Lakes. The 3,200 acre Presque Isle state park, featuring 13 public beaches, is the most popular of all of Pennsylvania’s state parks, with almost 4…
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Good lord, can't anyone make a decent f#%king game, lately? I know the pandemic was bad, y'all, but seriously... what the frick? Anyway... Redfall reveals more bad news, Suicide Squad delayed a emeffin' YEAR... and in shocking, North Dakota is apprently the the tech hub of the United States. Who knew?! Edie and Nick wrap the week's news.…
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The title is a little misleading... we won't be talking about fart jokes the WHOLE time. We also have the roundup of news, including Naughty Dog's apology for the Last of Us Part 1's PC port, the return of an OG Dragon Age dev to the team, and the unofficial final curtain for E3.By GameHounds Staff
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Every year on April 22, Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. It was originally the brainchild of Senator Gaylord Nelson and was inspired by the protests of the 1960s, and so Earth Day began as a “national teach-in on the environment” and was held on April 22 to maximize the number of students th…
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This week, do you say "It's a live service game" without saying "live service"? Well Rocksteady Games showed us how, and the gaming world HATES it. Microsoft attempts to blunt the whole "CoD monopoly" holding up their Activision buyout in the most cynical way possible. And E3 is not dead; it just smells that way.…
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Nearly every day last week we've had new developments in the DND OGL firestorm. The latest moves put Wizards of the Coast on the back foot, but the damage is done. We discuss whether it can be repaired as well as why this probably isn't a win for a community but a tactical retreat for WotC.By GameHounds Staff
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Lots of news: First and foremost, Wizards of the Coast learned very quickly that games can be made (and broken) by consumers, Chinese government will soon have a controlling interest in many game studios, and Skull & Bones once again fails to make it's scheduled landing, leaving us to wonder if this boat will ever get to shore.…
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It's slow days for news, but that's when all the crazy stuff bubbles to the surface. Another studio gets bought up by another international conglomerate, January's free Amazon Prime games, Steam Awards 2022, and the strange tale of Microsoft losing its ever-lovin' mind in a court filing.By GameHounds STaff
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Last year we aired seven episodes of Environmental Voices – and they all ran roughly an hour long. Today, we’re doing something a bit different. A shorter episode, about 20 minutes, and just one guest. For this episode we’re featuring a special interview with Jeanne Bonnie Van Alen. Bonnie recently stepped down from the position of Executive Direct…
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Since we launched our Environmental Voices podcast in early 2022 we’ve produced 6 podcasts featuring interviews with 22 different people fighting to protect the environment in Pennsylvania and beyond. We’ve heard from artists and activists, authors and attorneys. We’ve been able to interview some pretty well-known voices including climate scientist…
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It's been a really, REALLY weird week. Elon Musk loses his mind, launches a new Twitter service, and it (predictably) goes off the freakin' rails. Then we find out this Control title is not a spin-off but a sequel. Then Ubisoft says Prince of Persia isn't cancelled, but they refund all the preorders. We're livin' in CRAZY TOWN!…
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It's one thing to shut down your service; it's a whole other to say it's not shutting down, signing contracts with developers, and then shutting it down and not letting people working for you know until they read it in the news. That's just evil. On the plus side, one of the more evil people in games just lost her job. Sayonara, a&*hole. And Twitch…
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Environmental Voices: The PennFuture Podcast - Episode 6: The Inflation Reduction Act and the Environment On August 16, President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 also known as the IRA. This landmark 273 page statute includes several important provisions: such as extending Affordable Care Act subsidies, allowing Medicare to…
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