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U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial podcast features historic recordings from KUOM and WMMR — the original professional and student-run radio stations at the University of Minnesota. Digitization of University Archives recordings was financed in part with funds provided by the State of Minnesota from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society as part of the Preservation of Minnesota’s Radio History: An Audio Digital Conversion and Access Project. If you enjoy ...
 
The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
 
You Can’t Eat the Sunshine is the podcast of Esotouric, the offbeat Los Angeles company that turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear. Each week, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
 
Welcome to the Life in the Carolinas Podcast. Our show features a blending of stories that are primarily based on the syndicated TV show, Carl White's Life in the Carolinas and newspaper columns written by Carl White. Like Carl often says, "It's never a bad time for a good story!" The podcast is hosted by Carl and features specials guests as they share the stories behind the stories. All too often we simply do not have enough time to share everything we would like during broadcast. This podc ...
 
The National Park Service (NPS) Southwest Archeology Podcast explores archeological projects and historic preservation at NPS sites in the southwest. Get a behind-the-scenes view of how National Park Service archeology works through interviews with park staff, university researchers, and tribal partners. The show is produced by the Southern Arizona Office, and interviews include both NPS employees and partners.
 
Sidewalk Radio Airs Every 4th Monday at 8:30 and 6:30pmHosted by Gene Kansas, Sidewalk Radio is a monthly, 20-minute, Special Feature radio show on Atlanta's "Voice of the Arts" that thematically focuses on art, architecture, design, development, city planning and preservation. If you like to hear smart, cool, colorful people talking about culture, character and community, you’ll probably dig it. So tune in to "the first radio show dedicated to the history and preservation of Atlanta" (Atlan ...
 
"Knowledge is knowing. Wisdom is applying!" -Buddha Detoxification, nutrition, fitness, spirituality... Through holistic teachings and wisdom from today's ambassadors for health, we can manifest our highest potential and deconstruct our current DEATH CULTURE! We are living in a war zone and need a global awakening! Join me Chris Hall as I interview the FOOT SOLDIERS of liberation with intuitive healers, detoxification specialists, authors, fasting experts, nutritionists, visionaries, scienti ...
 
Have you ever been to Jackson Hole, Wyoming? Well, The Jackson Hole Connection is about sharing the stories from people connected to this small place in Western Wyoming which has had a huge impact on the rest of the world. Since the days of Indians and Trappers to the early days of some of the first settlers, Jackson Hole has attracted people who love adventure, value the natural setting and have some great stories to tell. The host, Stephan Abrams, has been a resident of Jackson Hole since ...
 
Published in 1913, O Pioneers! is the first novel in Cather’s Great Plains trilogy and follows the life of its young heroine, Alexandra Bergson, as she fulfills her father’s dying wish to take care of his farm, while also ensuring her brothers are well looked after. Entrusted with a great responsibility, Alexandra is determined to fulfill her father’s wish, as she goes on to prove her skills as a thriving farmer even though the task comes with a hefty price on her happiness. In addition, the ...
 
Discussions about the many things in business that I deal with on a daily basis. Bringing insight from industry experts from all angles of the real estate community, the title insurance industry, development, real estate technology and all things business!
 
Archaeologyin30 is a podcast produced by the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) and hosted by Mike Thomin at the FPAN coordinating center located in downtown Pensacola, Florida. This 30 minute podcast includes interviews with archaeologists who discuss their work and how it relates to current issues and events. FPAN is a statewide organization and a program of the University of West Florida. FPAN's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding o ...
 
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April C. Thomas, proprietor and sole designer of Fashions Revisited, and Director of the Historic Foodways Program for the Northern York County Historical and Preservation Society (NYCHAPS) in Dillsburg, PA, joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss her fashion business and the foodways program. We covered multiple topics, including: Apr…
 
Michael Ainslie is the former president and CEO of Sotheby’s, the former president and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and a former director of Lehman Brothers. He was also the founding chairman of The Posse Foundation, serving in that role for 13 years and continuing today as an active board member and mentor to scores of Poss…
 
Fraunces Tavern is one of America’s most important historical sites of the Revolutionary War and a reminder of the great importance of taverns on the New York way of life during the Colonial era. This revered building at the corner of Pearl and Broad street was the location of George Washington‘s farewell address to his Continental Army officers an…
 
By Rebecca Toov Season 3: Episode 4. Women on the Air: Cokie Roberts You are listening to U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial Podcast. Welcome to Season 3 Women on the Air: Episode 4 Cokie Roberts. You are listening to U of M Radio on Your Historic Dial Podcast. This is Rebecca […] The post Women on the Air: Cokie Roberts appeared first on continuum…
 
Award-winning actor, singer, and certified wellness coach Debra Wanger has performed in theaters, cabarets, and screens from New York to Los Angeles. She’s a sought-after public speaker leading workshops at university theater programs and corporate groups across the country. While working at CAA and as a talent manager, she helped guide the careers…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Mark Newcomb. Mark was born in Teton County and has worn many hats over the years including climbing and skiing guide, ski patroller, avalanche course instructor and is a former part-time owner of Exum Climbing Guides. Mark currently serves as one of five Teton County Commis…
 
Briana Grosicki, associate principal of PlaceEconomics based in Washington, D.C., joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss the economic benefits of preservation. We covered multiple topics, including: Briana’s background, including growing up regularly visiting local battlefields in Virginia, volunteering with her main street district a…
 
On this episode of the Life in the Carolinas podcast, Carl sits down with historical performer Kyle Jenks, who portrays Founding Father and fourth U.S. president James Madison. The Constitution was drafted amid a weak confederacy under the Articles of Confederation. In the early 1780s after the victory of Yorktown and the official surrender with th…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Jonathan Kemmerer, founder of Odd Bird Farm, joins host Kelly Scanlon to talk about his efforts to revive a 5,000-year-old pig breed, promote sustainable agriculture practices in a modern world, what’s driving agricultural innovation—and how he hopes to change the way animals are treated and people are eating. Coun…
 
Do you ever wonder how authors and historians can keep writing new books about the same 'ole history? Shouldn’t it never change because it’s all in the past? The truth is anything but. No one can explain that better than our guest, Dennis Frye – having been involved in everything from giving tours to leading nationally important preservation and ba…
 
In this episode, Devyn and Stacy offer advice to a listener about her window restoration dilemma. Later, they welcome Bill Chapman. Known as the "Granddaddy of the house blog movement," Bill and his wife Gay have been restoring and rehabbing Enon Hall for over 20 years! Bill's story is one of trust and vision. Although we cannot change history, we …
 
The inaugural citywide Curious City Scavenger Hunt: Chicago Eats Edition is coming to an end, so we’re capping off the past month of unlocking clues by revisiting a family mystery. In this episode from 2018, reporter Monica Eng digs into her family’s past to answer a listener’s question about the history of Chinese gangs in Chicago — and make sure …
 
EPISODE #339: Interview with author Eric K. Washington, author of “Boss of the Grips: The Life of James H. Williams and the Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal”. The Red Caps of Grand Central Terminal were a workforce of hundreds of African-American men who were an essential part of the long-distance railroad experience. Passengers relied on Red cap…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with David Gessner. David is a husband, father, editor, professor, and a New York Times bestselling author. David has published eleven books, including his latest work Leave It As It Is: A Journey Through Theodore Roosevelt's American Wilderness and the New York Times bestselling…
 
Victoria Lioznyansky teaches introverted entrepreneurs and business professionals how to overcome their fear of public speaking and become confident, compelling, captivating speakers.After moving to the US two decades ago with limited English, Victoria overcame her crippling fear of public speaking to build several businesses, teach in a variety of…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Edgar Palacios, president and CEO of Latinx Education Collaborative, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discusses the mission and work of the Latinx Education Cooperative. The organization Palacios founded in 2018 strives to build a community of Latinx education professionals and to provide Latino students with classroom …
 
In a world where rational, scientific explanations are more available than ever, belief in the unprovable and irrational – in fringe – is on the rise: from Atlantis to aliens, from Flat Earth to the Loch Ness monster, the list goes on. Enter Colin Dickey, Cultural Historian and Tour Guide of the Weird. With the same curiosity and insight that made …
 
While our recent episodes have been taking you to different neighborhoods throughout the city, this week we’re visiting a Chicago neighborhood institution: the tavern. Recently, there have been a lot of debates surrounding whether to keep bars open during the COVID-19 pandemic and how to do so safely. And some of Chicago’s bars have struggled to st…
 
Ancient space rocks, dinosaur fossils, anthropological artifacts and biological specimens are housed in New York's world famous natural history complex on the Upper West Side -- the American Museum of Natural History! Throughout the 19th century, New Yorkers tried to establish a legitimate natural history venue in the city, including an aborted pla…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Cathy Shill. Cathy is the Founder and Owner of Hole Hiking Experience, a year-round company that offers guided hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and wildlife tours. In this episode, Cathy talks about how she landed in Jackson Hole in the 80s, started her business, an…
 
Bill Morrow, president of Langhorne Carpet Company in Penndel, PA, joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss the company’s history and current operations. We covered multiple topics, including: Bill’s family’s background in the carpet-making business, founding Langhorne Carpet Company in 1930 Henry Ford’s connection to the mill The compa…
 
Grant founded OnlineDegree.com with a purpose-driven mission: make college more accessible and affordable for everyone. After graduating college with an overwhelming amount of debt, he was determined to change how students embark on their college education. Grant has spent his entire career working in startups with nearly 15 years of experience and…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Jeanette Prenger, president and CEO of ECCO Select, joins host Kelly Scanlon to share her entrepreneurial journey and her insights into growing a successful company. As the company celebrates its 25-year anniversary, Prenger reflects on her decision to make the entrepreneurial leap, the changes that have occurred i…
 
It has been historically all too easy for the places associated with underrepresented communities to fall through the cracks of the historic record. To a degree, that has been the case with the overly-simplified history presented of the Women’s Suffrage Movement. But with the recent spotlight on the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, new rese…
 
Stacy is on vacation. So, this week's episode includes bonus content plus an "Everyone Loves Cheap Old Houses and Elizabeth Finkelstein," reprise. What the heck is a rathskeller? Fan favorites, Alicia and Zach, from episode #35, share a fun story about this very German and Milwaukee-specific room. Episode #11: Everyone Loves Cheap Old Houses and El…
 
PART 2 of our two-part podcast series, "A NEW DEAL FOR NEW YORK" EPISODE 338 In this episode, we look at how one aspect of FDR's New Deal -- the WPA's Federal Project Number One -- was used to put the country's creative community back to work and lift the spirits of downtrodden Americans. Federal Project Number One -- the "artistic wing" of the Wor…
 
In this week’s episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Ed Brenegar. Ed is the first return guest on The Jackson Hole Connection. Stephan first visited with Ed back in episode 3, just under two years ago. Ed is the founder of Circle of Impact Leadership, an author, father and ordained presbyterian minister. We wanted to bring Ed …
 
Mike Emery, site administrator of Cornwall Iron Furnace in Cornwall (Lebanon County), PA – joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss the museum’s history and current operations. We covered multiple topics, including: Mike’s own deep roots – growing up in Pennsylvania, as well as working in several local museum positions in Pennsylvania –…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Darcy Howe, managing director of the KCRise Fund, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the state of funding for local startups. Howe shares some of the key criteria the KCRise Fund looks for in a company to fund, provides insights into questions potential investors might have, reveals the results of a recent survey …
 
Gettysburg is a special place and has been since the ground was made hallowed by soldiers nearly 160 years ago. Today, as America grapples with its history – especially its Civil War history – places like Gettysburg are critical to the understanding of who we are and where we are headed. Today’s guest is responsible for leading the effort to interp…
 
While the Curious City Scavenger Hunt: Chicago Eats Edition continues to take you all across the city, we’re pulling stories from our archive that dive into the history of Chicago’s neighborhoods. This week, a story from 2017 takes us to Lake View, which once had a thriving Japanese community — but it fell victim to a push for assimilation. As one …
 
EPISODE 337 -- PART ONE of a two-part podcast series A NEW DEAL FOR NEW YORK. For Part One, we look at the impact FDR and New Deal funding had in shaping New York City's bridges and parks -- thanks to an especially tenacious parks commissioner! New York City during the 1930s was defined by massive unemployment, long lines at the soup kitchens, Hoov…
 
Miha Matlievski has forged his approach to helping entrepreneurs and business executives by using a monumental personal failure and eventual redemption to help get others where they need to go to find their personal success and fulfillment.A successful entrepreneur with four successful businesses and a personal net worth of $15M by age 30, an unexp…
 
Stephan and his family are hitting the road for a vacation to California to see their relatives. In this episode, Stephan quickly revisits two recent episodes that shouldn’t be missed. Episode 94 – Not Yet A Local with Jim Rooks Episode 97 – Designing Leadership and Finding Balance with John Kanengieter We will return next week for a new episode of…
 
Jack and Jessica Meyer – father-daughter owners of White Chimneys in Gap (Lancaster County), PA – joined the Practical Preservation Podcast to discuss their property’s history and their business. We covered multiple topics, including: The Meyers’ realization of their historic preservation values through the purchase and renovation of White Chimneys…
 
On this episode of the Life in the Carolinas podcast, Carl sits down with former Navy musician Wayne Taylor. After a 21-year military career, Wayne went back to school at Berklee College of Music in Boston with ambitions to become a recording engineer. As a musician in the military, Wayne had his share of memorable experiences, all of which were ma…
 
On this episode of Banking on KC, Tom Corbin, world-renowned artist and founder of Corbin Bronze, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his evolution as an artist—including his foray into multiple mediums—as well as what it takes to create a business while staying true to his artistic vision. Tom also shares the stories behind some of his most notabl…
 
When most people think of a historic site or landscape, they don’t think about the future... Today’s guest is not most people. Siân Phillips is a renewable energy specialist with the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland – a legendary preservation organization which is charting a new course for historic places – they’re using our pa…
 
In this episode, Stacy and Devyn talk about what they wish they'd known before they bought their old houses. They also offer practical advice to house hunters. Later, Stacy talks to Lee Ann, lover of all things Victorian and flow blue pottery. A wealth of knowledge about flow blue, Lee Ann explains the origin of the style, learning how to spot fake…
 
A fascinating new podcast covering extinct species since the Pleistocene, Endling explores each species in depth. Today, Kirsten Lopez of the Women in Archaeology and Alexandra Kosmides of Endling discuss three notable North American species important to native peoples of the US and Canada, and the impact of their near or complete extinction. These…
 
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