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The Columbia Daily Tribune's sports writers, editors, special guests, and photographers offer an in-depth weekly discussion of all things University of Missouri athletics on the Mizzou Sports Podcast. Have feedback or something you'd like to hear us talk about? Contact the Mizzou Sports Podcast crew at Ckwiecnsk@gannett.com.
 
Established in 2016, this first-of-its-kind "Sports Law" podcast, is hosted by sports lawyers Dan Wallach (@WallachLegal) & Dan Lust (@SportsLawLust) and geared towards sports fans and attorneys, alike. The Dans have become MUST-follows on Twitter/Instagram as they provide their thousands of followers with breaking news and analysis across the sports landscape at all hours of the day. Both appear regularly on shows nationwide including on ESPN, SiriusXM, CBS & FOX Sports. SUBSCRIBE to THE Sp ...
 
Fairfield County Rocks with the best songs and artists from ‘80s, ‘90s and 2000s. Grunge, hair, alt, and straight ahead rock. This is the next generation of classic rock focusing on bands like Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Guns N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Motley Crue, Sublime and more
 
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Amid unthinkable destruction and loss of life, we examine the factors that will frustrate relief efforts following earthquakes in an already troubled region. As President Joe Biden prepares to welcome a new chief of staff, we speak with the author who literally wrote the book on America’s second-most-powerful government job. And Argentina’s newest …
 
American fighters shot down a balloon that China says was monitoring the weather, but America insists was spying. It was a minor incident, but it highlights the relationship of a great-power rivalry with inadequate guardrails. Our correspondent visits a market in Mumbai to see what might be lost as India’s economy formalises. And some surprising—an…
 
The boys were back, and with plenty of stories. Capt. Kevin returned from Georgia, where he did some OSR with the Jimmies (if ya know, ya know...and if you don't, you need to listen) - and be sure to check out his story about fried fish. Jeff was doing something a little different: he was on his annual post-Jags vacation...this time he hung out in …
 
Welcome back to THE Sports Law Podcast! We keep you up to date on everything at the intersection of sports and the law! In this episode, Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) is joined by guests, John Brennan (@BergenBrennan) and Zachary Bryson (@ZacharySBryson), who together take the reins to discuss breaking issues in the world of Sports Law, and the ev…
 
This week, my guest is Joshua Simmons [44:00], who with his brother Caleb hosts the podcast "Dads on the Fly". (It's not just for dads, it's for moms and families as well, but they just both happen to be dads and brothers who wanted to give back to the world of fly fishing.) In their podcast they explore the ways families can get together through f…
 
Walt Brett and Chase sit down to discuss their Florida Deer seasons, the things they learned, the things they would do differently, and how they will prepare differently this year. If you want to support the show, go to patron.com/chasingtalesoutdoors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
As Scotty said to kick things off, "the band's back together!" Capt. Kevin was back from his hog-hunting OSR in Georgia, so he, Capt. Scott and Capt. Ricky got after it in the studio once again. Capt. Kevin had A LOT to talk about when it came to the trip, including his adventures in frying fish...and what the family thought of the "southern style.…
 
As part of The Economist’s new series on the remaking of the country's economy, our correspondent looks at the Biden administration’s audacious industrial plans. Russia’s media outlets have been relentlessly squeezed, so many have set up newsrooms in exile; we examine the rise of “offshore journalism”. And reflecting on the life of Gina Lollobrigid…
 
The rumors are hot that Todd Monken could depart soon for an NFL gig. Where does he stand and what will it mean for the Bulldogs if he leaves? Also, Stetson Bennett has had personal issues of late. What does it mean for his draft stock and what questions will pro teams be asking when they get to interview the two-time national champion QB. That, pl…
 
Dispatch reporters Bill Rabinowitz and Joey Kaufman discuss everything Ohio State football on the latest episode of the BuckeyeXtra football podcast. During this edition we recap yesterday’s Ryan Day’s press conference, talk about who might call plays in 2023, and provide other news and updates regarding this team.…
 
The country remains riven by unrest since the “self-coup” and subsequent arrest of its president in December; only an early election might bring a return to calm. Our correspondent goes shopping to discover the spending habits of Generation Z and millennials. And examining the work of Tom Lehrer, a mathematician who was an unlikely midwife at the b…
 
Welcome back to THE Sports Law Podcast! We keep you up to date on everything at the intersection of sports and the law! In this episode, Tarun Sharma and Evan Mattel take the reins to discuss breaking issues in the world of Sports Law. Special guests include Francis Carlota (@SluggaSports) and Mike Scott. Jaren Jackson Jr.’s name has been in the Tw…
 
The Adani Group, one of India’s biggest conglomerates, has come under fire from a tiny American research firm. A successful secondary share sale amid a rout in the markets leaves many questions—and proves revealing about India Inc. Our correspondent explains why Mexico is so well-placed to navigate the electric-vehicle transition. And the unlikely …
 
Fixing the complex, creaking pension system remains central to President Emmanuel Macron’s agenda of reforms. But leaving it alone is central to French identity—so workers are striking, again, in huge numbers. Our correspondent lays out why 2023’s first earnings season is so gloomy. And America is providing more legal protections for polyamorous “t…
 
The response to the death of the 29-year-old has differed from that of previous cases of police killings; we ask what the tragedy indicates about how America deals with police violence. Our correspondent says a lawmaker’s murder in Afghanistan highlights the misery of women under the Taliban. And why a decades-old model of animal and human learning…
 
Well, this is the time of year when the guys work on some OSR. This week, both Capt. Kevin and Jeff were out and about, so Capt. Kirk welcomed in RingPower Fishing Forecast co-hosts Capt. Scott "That's Me!" Shank and Capt. Ricky "Hollywood" Poupore to fill the chairs and talk outdoors. The weather was the big topic, of course...it was like a yo-yo!…
 
Welcome to THE Sports Law Podcast! We keep you up to date on everything at the intersection of sports and the law! In this episode, Dan Lust is joined by John Nucci (@JNucci23) to discuss breaking issues in the world of Sports Law. The Carolina Panthers hired Frank Reich as their next head coach causing the lawyers in the Brian Flores case to relea…
 
This week, since we have not had any hard-core fishing podcasts in awhile, I thought I would give you all some tips on winter fly fishing with Chip Swanson [40:09] of Breckenridge Outfitters in Colorado. Chip won the Orvis-Endorsed Freshwater Guide of the Year in 2019 for good reason. He's fun, patient, superbly knowledgeable, and a terrific teache…
 
South Africa’s infrastructure—its ports, railways and power grid—are struggling and poorly managed. Ordinary South Africans are increasingly fed up. We profile Russia’s new military commander in Ukraine. And our obituaries editor remembers one of Britain’s finest rural writers. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, …
 
Capt. Kevin was out doing some OSR with Grandpa Jimmy up in Georgia (what could possibly go wrong...), so Capt. Scott and Capt. Ricky manned the ship and couldn't help but talk about the funky weather happening all over the First Coast. Hot one day, cold the next. Windy one day, calm the next. What's an angler to do? Well, listen to this episode to…
 
Talking Georgia football and the return of Sedrick Van Pran. What it means for a team breaking in a new starting quarterback, his leadership and much more. We talk O-Line, the loss of Devin Willock, how Georgia is handling the situation and what comes next. Also, which Bulldog should the Falcons take in the NFL draft? There's always been disappoint…
 
Israel’s right-wing coalition government has the country’s supreme court in its sights. Their proposal to effectively subjugate its independence to the legislature has sparked protests and stirred concern for the country’s democracy. Our correspondent reports from a newly reopened Shanghai. And how gas stoves became the latest battleground in Ameri…
 
After months of foot-dragging, Germany is sending tanks to Ukraine, with America poised to follow suit. We examine how that could reshape the battlefield. Why Sudan’s democratic transition has stalled and its economy is struggling. And we reveal the secret to perfectly cooked chips. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Econom…
 
Around one-fifth of Ukraine’s population has fled. The country’s GDP has plummeted and foreign investors are staying away. Even as the fighting rages, the world has already begun thinking about how to rebuild the country. How a 36-year-old treaty helped heal the ozone layer. And why the pandemic did not lead to a wave of job-killing automation. Hos…
 
Jacinda Ardern resigned as New Zealand’s prime minister last week. As Chris Hipkins prepares to take over, we reflect on Ms Ardern’s legacy, and look at the challenges her successor inherits. What the world’s plethora of grandparents means for families. And which issues currently motivate America’s far-right. For full access to print, digital and a…
 
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