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Ozarks True Crime

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Ozarks True Crime

editaudio, Anne Roderique-Jones

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Ozarks True Crime is an editaudio Original investigative podcast based on true crime in the mysterious and oft-forgotten region of the Ozarks. Host and writer Anne Roderique-Jones travels to back to her hometown and weaves in a personal narrative as she examines the intricate trail of untold stories.
 
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Confluence

Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco

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In Confluence, Canada's Tech Envoy in Silicon Valley, Consul General Rana Sarkar delves into issues shaping technology and diplomacy through the lenses of Silicon Valley, Canada, and the world. Each episode, Sarkar presses critical topics with subject matter experts to gain an unrestricted, deep dive into the tech policy issues defining our times.
 
Stories about the past and future versions of ourselves and what we want to tell them. Hosts Maria, Steph and Sophie speak to people who have recently received a letter from their past self, to ask if life turned out as they expected. Guests unravel their most personal thoughts with three strangers, and find the beauty in the everyday. #HopeThisFindsMeWell is an editaudio original.
 
At Cosmo and Tinder, we’ve heard tons of dating stories lately, and they’re just too good not to share. Each week, Cosmo’s Sex & Relationships Director, Faye Brennan, will be joined by a new guest host to hear juicy, hilarious and, yes, romantic dating stories from real Tinder users across the country. Jetting off to the Bahamas after a first date? Booking 6 dates back to back in the same night? We’ll get into it all with singles living everywhere from Sin City to small town south Carolina o ...
 
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Alisha reflects on her investigation into archiving sparked by the Gwillim Archive and draws on her experiences as a journalist to help reframe the value of these letters and paintings from colonial-era India. To close out the podcast, Alisha turns to the present day, thinks about how we talk about lived experience and asks: Where does the responsi…
 
Second-gen Canadians across the South Asian diaspora are documenting our rich histories in innovative and accessible ways, thereby creating digital archives of our own ancestries. These platforms are increasingly occupying space online, symbolizing the very purpose of their creation: that history, personal and shared, is multidimensional. It is an …
 
How did The Gwillim Project become a valuable piece of research in the first place? Who decides what archival material is valuable anyway, and what qualifies as an archive? Alisha explores these questions with Lauren Williams, a librarian in the Rare Books and Special Collections department at McGill. Dr. Toolika Gupta, the director of the Indian I…
 
Jon Feeney appears to be a loving father and husband. He is considered one of the best science teachers in the Ozarks, and many students and fellow teachers like him. But after the murder of his family becomes public, details about his personal life and conduct as a teacher come to light, and the town starts to question his character. Do you have i…
 
How do we, millennials, and the Canadian South Asian diaspora more broadly, archive life online? What would historians say about the digital remnants we leave behind about ourselves on social media, say, 100 years from now? Alisha introduces us to The Gwillim Project — a body of research housed at McGill University that offers us a glimpse into the…
 
A podcast focusing on ideas around archiving practices used by South Asians to collect, preserve and reconstruct family and community histories. These topics are viewed through a journalistic inquiry and interviews, and driven by South Asian female voices.By Alisha Sawhney, Kanika Codrington, Steph Colbourn, editaudio, McGill University
 
On the morning of February 27, 1995, Cheryl Feeney doesn’t show up to work and her coworkers become concerned. Her friend and colleague drives to the home on Nottingham Street to check on the family — a decision that would forever change her life. Do you have information on the Feeney Family Murders? Please reach out to the Greene County Sheriff's …
 
In 1995, in a quiet neighbourhood in Springfield Missouri, Cheryl Feeney and her two children, Tyler and Jennifer, are killed in their home while her husband, Jon Feeney, is away at a teachers conference. A nice, suburban family becomes the center of one of the town's most gruesome crimes. Do you have information on the Feeney Family Murders? Pleas…
 
The Feeney family were what some would call a 'picture perfect' family. They lived in a tidy, new subdivision in Springfield, Missouri — a town nestled in the Ozarks. On February 25, 1995, Jon Feeney said goodbye to his wife and two young children before driving to a teacher’s conference in a neighboring town. Two days later, his family was found b…
 
Following the success of The Springfield Three: A Small-Town Disappearance, the editaudio Original true crime podcast returns to uncover a new story, under a new moniker — Ozarks True Crime. Host Anne Roderique-Jones returns to her hometown Springfield to report on the 1995 case of the Feeney Family Murders. Tracking down former law enforcement off…
 
Host of Ozarks True Crime, Anne Roderique-Jones, shares her latest podcast obsession: Father Wants Us Dead. In a quiet, well-to-do New Jersey suburb in December 1971, police make a shocking discovery that sends the community reeling — and launches a national manhunt for a fugitive mass murderer. With over 4 million downloads and counting, this podc…
 
Climate change is one of the most critical challenges of our generation. On this week’s episode of Confluence, host Rana Sarkar discusses with guest Vijay Vaitheeswaran recent policy developments and the role of technology and innovation in supporting the global transition to net zero. Vaitheeswaran is the Global Energy and Climate Innovation Edito…
 
How do we regulate the Internet when there are so many components and so many ways it can go wrong? That’s what host Rana Sarkar discusses with guest Taylor Owen on this week’s episode. Taylor Owen is the Beaverbrook Chair in Media, Ethics and Communications, and founding director of The Center for Media, Technology and Democracy, and an Associate …
 
Welcome back for season two of Confluence! On this week’s episode, host Rana Sarkar sits down with James Crabtree, Executive Director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies - Asia office to discuss the current geopolitical and geoeconomic moment. Prior to joining the IISS, James was a Singapore-based author and journalist, and an Asso…
 
The Hot, Black, Bi, Polyam Author, Gabriella Alexa Noel is visiting Toronto for the first time so Marisa asks to take them on a date. They've made the most romantic picnic but now Gabby has to find her way to Marisa in a very chaotic park. Will she get lost? Very likely! But Daddy is here to guide the way! Gabby on Instagram @gabalexa Marisa on Ins…
 
In the final episode of this season, I sit down with Tiff Lee, owner of Heartstrong Tattoo shop in Toronto. We chat about what made us want to open our own shops and talk about ways we’re creating a new, more inclusive tattoo community. Content Warning: This episode contains talk of anti-black racism, police brutality, and drug use. Feel free to sk…
 
On this week’s episode of Confluence, we tackle the critical issue of diversity in company leadership. Host Rana Sarkar speaks with two experts on the topic: Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Founder and Chair of theBoardlist, and Jennifer Holmstrom, Head of Platform at GGV Capital. Both women have long histories of advocating for both inclusive talent acqu…
 
This week I’m joined by Joey Ramona, a queer Jewish tattooer out of Toronto’s Corner Pocket. In this episode they talk about how they incorporate religion into their tattooing practice and share their experience of starting out as one of the few Jewish tattooers in the city. Content Warning: This episode contains examples of anti-semitism and menti…
 
On this week’s episode of Confluence, host Rana Sarkar sits down with Dr. Janice Stein, founding director of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, to discuss how organizations and leaders must adapt to our rapidly changing geopolitical moment. Dr. Stein shares observations and lessons from years of advising with leaders an…
 
This episode I chat with Asheville tattooer, multidisciplinary artist, DJ and herbalist Obsidian. We discuss how black artists are far too often pigeonholed into one art form and break down how white supremacy has distanced us from our traditional art forms. Links: Obsidian @maybeheaven Linnea (Obsidian’s mentor) Imani k brown @ipukekawaii Flesh an…
 
This episode I sit down with Michigan-based artist Carrie Metz Caporusso. Carrie is well known for their ‘roll flowers’, intricate floral designs that are placed in and around the creases of body rolls. In this episode they explain how they came up with the concept ‘roll flowers’ and we discuss the lack of representation of fat bodies in the tattoo…
 
This episode I’m joined by Aaron Davis-Holloway, a friend and tattooer out of Atlanta. Aaron is known for his Afro-Americana style. In this episode we talk about how he developed his style and why it’s important to recognize and name this new (but not new) genre of tattooing. Links: Vegas Ink Aaron Davis Tattoos Afro-Americana Tattoos Kayla Diamond…
 
This episode I’m chatting with my friend, professional tarot reader and fellow co-owner of Tru Tattoo Shop, Sam Daveena. We chat about how maintaining firm boundaries can preserve your love for tattooing and Sam shares some of her secrets for staying grounded in a job that can get pretty personal (can you get more personal than a tarot reading?). L…
 
We start the season off with a little spice as I invite my ex Dylan (tendertatting)onto the show to address some recent controversy. We give you a little inside scoop into our relationship and talk about what it’s like dating a tattoo artist, everything from how to deal with differing skill levels to navigating breakups within the industry. Are you…
 
With massive global shifts happening due to forces like the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, people have started to migrate further away from cities. To understand how people, ideas, and innovation are moving around the world, host Rana Sarkar talks to geo-strategist Parag Khanna: Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data and scenario-…
 
How does immigration policy impact Canadian tech’s ability to thrive globally? How do flows of both Canadian and foreign talent into and out of the country work? How can the private sector work to actually make companies, and their leadership, more diverse? And what ‘secret sauce’ makes Canada such an amazing place to work? To help us better answer…
 
This week, we wanted to share an interview that Anne was part of on one of our favorite podcasts, Reckon Interview with John Hammontree. Every week, John examines American culture through a Southern lens by speaking with authors, entertainers, artists, leaders and thinkers to better understand the South. You can find the show wherever you get your …
 
In order to understand what’s happening in Silicon Valley today, we look back at the history of the world’s most famous innovation hub. On this week’s episode of Confluence, host Rana Sarkar speaks with Margaret O’Mara, Professor in the Department of History at the University of Washington and author of The Code: Silicon Valley and the Remaking of …
 
It’s obvious that the police had a lot of involvement in this case, and still do. In this bonus episode I explore why they won't talk to me. I chat with a former Springfield journalist who had close ties to Terry Knowles and The Springfield PD, and talk to Bartt Streeter about his experience with the SPD. I hear about some interesting examples of t…
 
In the second bonus episode we finally speak with Bartt Streeter, the son of Sherill Levitt and brother of Suzie Streeter. Bartt rarely speaks to the media, but in this episode he bares it all. He tells us about growing up with his mother and sister and about the moment he found out they were missing. He gives us a clue about who Sherill was speaki…
 
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