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We present audio and video podcasts about life and culture in middle America. Our essays and life histories share the story of people in America's rust belt. This podcast is born of blue-collar, working-class values. Our podcast has its roots in the greater Flint area. We dedicate this podcast to the beleaguered town of Flint, Michigan, and communities like it across America. Our podcasts subjects include true crime, law, history, sports, arts & literature, and the Flint water crisis, and mo ...
 
Mr. John J. Filippelli. You've heard that name mentioned countless times on YES Network broadcasts of New York Yankees games. Now, hear from the man himself, as he and his new co-host Chris Shearn (formerly Kevin Sullivan), pull back the curtain and give a glimpse into what it's like to work in the sports media industry. Along the way, the duo also pulls from Filippelli's massive Rolodex to interview some of the biggest names in all of sports.
 
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Opinion writer Jonathan Capehart talks with newsmakers who challenge your ideas on politics, and explore how race, religion, age, gender and cultural identity are redrawing the lines that both divide and unite America. "Cape Up" is a podcast from Washington Post Opinions, with conversations adapted from Washington Post Live events.
 
Join me, John B. Fletcher, a Counselling Therapist and avid fly fisherman as we go fishing for mental health. I will be interviewing prominent mental health figures across North America; for example, best-selling author and clinical psychologist, Dr. Jody Carrington; internationally renowned adolescent mental psychiatrist and Canadian Senator, Dr. Stan Kutcher; director of the Resilience Research Centre and Family Therapist expert, Dr. Michael Ungar, just to name a few. We will cover topics ...
 
Featuring 98 songs for non-stop Gospel music from the latest Artists of the World 1. Sarafina Thomas - Never Be The Same 2. Jordan G. Welch - Lead Me, Guide Me 3.Tamela Mann - Source 4. All Nations Music - Nothing But You 5. Sarah Téibo - Restored 6. Miranda Curtis - The River 7. Marked Music (feat. Kris Dillard & Tristan Smith) - Good God 8. Israel & New Breed feat. DOE - Broken People 9. Adrienne Gomez - Never Knew a Love 10. Jekalyn Carr - My Portion 11. Gabrielle Styles - When God Seems ...
 
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Today we have a fun follow-up to last week’s episode with Johnny Echols from the band Love. This week we’ll hear Rick interview the last two living members of The Doors—guitarist Robby Krieger and drummer John Densmore—about coming up in the LA rock scene alongside the band Love, who The Doors idolized and then later eclipsed. The Doors formed in 1…
 
Today we’re closing out Black Music Month by celebrating one of Rick Rubin’s favorite albums of all time—Forever Changes by the band Love. Formed in 1965, Love was a groundbreaking, interracial L.A. group. While their name isn’t usually mentioned alongside historic psychedelic bands like The Byrds or The Grateful Dead, Love’s influence is vast. The…
 
John Norman Collins was an all-American boy. He was handsome, lived in Ann Arbor, and belonged to a fraternity. But there was a dark side to this young man. The media and others dubbed John Norman Collins "The Michigan Murderer." In the late 1960s, Collins stalked college-age women like prey. His hunting grounds were near the campuses of the Univer…
 
In this conversation recorded on June 14 for Washington Post Live, Robin Thede, creator, showrunner, executive producer, writer and star of HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” joins Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart to discuss the third season of the Emmy Award-winning series and her career as a comedy writer.…
 
Today we’re continuing our celebration of Black Music Month with the incredible jazz legend, Sonny Rollins. Rollins is an American tenor saxophonist and composer who is widely regarded as one of the most influential jazz musicians of all time. Sadly, now at 91 years-old, Rollins no longer plays as a result of pulmonary fibrosis. Fortunately for us …
 
Today on the show, we’re talking to Grammy award-winning musician, Adrian Quesada who's best known as one-half of the Black Pumas. During the pandemic Adrian started working on a solo project inspired by his longtime love of psychedelic music and Latin American love songs from the ‘60s and ‘70s. The result is an album called Boleros Psicodelicos th…
 
Come see us do our first LIVE PODCAST in three years, Friday 7/22 at Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis! Details on our facebook and twitter pages. Thanks to everyone who supports the podcast on patreon. Find out when live show tix are on sale, get every episode early, enter contests, and other fun stuff! patreon.com/372pages Sorry Mr. King, but Gump …
 
Flag Day Special. The Flint soldiers had such much success as union soldiers in the American Civil War. There were 90,000 Michigan soldiers deployed in the American civil war. The Flint 10th Infantry was deployed along with their battle flag to the civil war battlefields of: Tennessee, Missippi, Georgia and North Carolina. The union battle flags th…
 
Today we’re talking to Dan Charnas—author, hip-hop journalist, professor, show runner, former A&R person for Def American, and also a longtime friend of Rick Rubin's. Charnas's latest book, Dilla Time: The Life and Afterlife of J Dilla, The Hip-Hop Producer Who Reinvented Rhythm is the product of four years of exhaustive research and nearly 200 int…
 
Ben Pauli, a Kettering University Political Science Professor, is a water rights activist. Pauli embedded himself with a group of Flint residents during the Flint Water Crisis. This is the group who brought the tainted Flint drinking water problem to the public's attention. The group also was successful in advocating that government fix the cause o…
 
Today we begin our month-long celebration of Black Music Month with PJ Morton—the New Orleans based singer/songwriter, producer, and keyboardist for Maroon 5. Morton recently released his eighth studio album Watch The Sun featuring collaborations with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Nas, Jill Scott, and Wale. On today’s episode, PJ Morton talks to B…
 
In this episode, I talk with The Newfoundland Explorer, Justin Barbour. We talk about his lengthy solo expeditions in the wild and some key themes that relate to mental health. If you want to learn more about Justin, please check out the following links. Justin's Book: Man and Dog: Through the Newfoundland Wilderness Man and Dog: Justin Barbour: Bo…
 
Support the podcast on Patreon, where you can watch Conor drink gross New Coke variants, hear Mike’s story teased in this ep, and so much more! patreon.com/372pages We’re past the halfway point in Gump & Co., and in this episode, so much Gump, so much Co., so much ass!! Seriously, could there be anymore ass in this book? All the departments are her…
 
The Life of Mr. Flint, Charles Stewart Mott. Mott was an early investor in General Motors Corporation, a Vice-President of the company, and a long-time Board of Directors Member. He also became one of the world's most prolific philanthropists by founding and overseeing the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. This is Part Two of an interview with C.S. …
 
Sharon Van Etten joins us today—the singer/songwriter who Pitchfork recently crowned an “indie rock institution.” Earlier this month, Van Etten released her sixth and arguably best album, We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong. On today’s episode, Broken Record producer Leah Rose talks to Sharon Van Etten about recording her new album in her L.A.-ba…
 
Today we’ll hear Rick Rubin talk to one of his all-time favorite vocalists, Tom Jones. With his soulful baritone and unique interpretation of the American R&B and gospel, Jones became a mainstay at hip venues in London, New York and Las Vegas with now-timeless hits like “It’s Not Unusual,” and “Green Green Grass Of Home.” On today’s episode, Tom Jo…
 
Troubadour Neil Woodward is an instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and folk historian who helps preserve Michigan musical traditions. He is often heard in the summer months at historic Crossroads Village, Michigan near Flint. Neil holds the title -- State Troubadour. In 2003, the Michigan Legislature officially named Neil Woodward Michigan’s Troub…
 
An unusual warrant. A pattern of questionable no-knock raids. A reporting thread that just kept going. “Broken Doors” is a new investigative podcast series from The Washington Post. Hosted by Jenn Abelson and Nicole Dungca. Read more: No-knock warrants allow police to force their way into people’s homes without warning. What happens when this aggre…
 
Flint Poet Laureate, Semaj Brown gives a spellbinding reading of her environmental injustice poems. Poet Semaj Brown shares stories of working with the child victims of the Flint Water Crisis. Brown is on a mission to help heal the victims of trauma in Flint, Michigan. Semaj Brown is an amazingly accomplished woman who is a poet, author, playwright…
 
Today we’re talking to Stuart Murdoch and Stevie Jackson from the Scottish folk-pop band, Belle & Sebastian. After seven years, the indie pop band is releasing their ninth studio album, their first in seven years – A Bit of Previous. The album was recorded in Belle & Sebastian’s hometown of Glasgow, after plans to record in LA fell through because …
 
Oh, come back lengthy, unending descriptions of New Coke! You are missed. We’ll put down here what might be discussed during this episode and let you decide whether it’s real or not: Colonel Oliver North (a gimme), Hog farming,Methane Explosions, Mike’s Killer Performance in Real or Fanfic, The Bonus Army Riots, Jessica Hahn, John Wayne Gacy, The S…
 
Sharing a sneak preview of Pushkin's new podcast Not Lost, a show about finding yourself in places you’ve never been. Host Brendan Francis Newnam takes us around the world, learning about new places by getting invited to a stranger’s house for dinner. From New Orleans to Mexico City, Brendan and his guests drink, dance, and eat, learning as much ab…
 
Marquise Gray, the former Michigan State Spartan, is now the head basketball coach at Flint Beecher High School.Marquise Gray has excelled at every level of his sport, including coaching and professional basketball. Gray played at Michigan State from 2005-to 09.Marquise Gray has blazed a remarkable trail in basketball. He is currently Acting Athlet…
 
Dave Liske discusses his new book "The Flint Coney: A Savory History". Learn about the history of the Flint food culture and love affair with the Flint-style Coney Island hot dog. In a lively interview with author Dave Liske who shares recipes, secrets and myths about Flint and Detroit's legendary coney island hot dogs. The history of Flint's food …
 
Here's a special episode from Talk Easy, another podcast in the Pushkin portfolio. Talk Easy is a weekly interview podcast, where writer Sam Fragoso invites actors, writers, activists, and musicians to come to the table and speak from the heart in ways you probably haven't heard from them before. Driven by research, curiosity, and compassion, he ha…
 
Our first full episode of diving into the Winston Groom book Gump & Co. So much is uncovered here, including Mike’s grandmother’s encounter with Houdini, Conor’s visit with broadcasting legend Larry King, some Dumb Sentences and some Real or FanFic; during which Mike either does or does not repeat recent past triumphs! Patreon supporter goals as ou…
 
Michael J. Thorp Has Stories to Tell about His Life in Mid-Michigan Television and Radio. Michael Shares Curious Tales from His Latest Book Former WJRT TV-12 morning anchor Michael J. Thorp has been a familiar voice to the people of Mid-Michigan for nearly 50 years. He shares the story of his life and career along with his work in radio and televis…
 
Today we have a conversation between old friends Rick Rubin and Michael Stipe. Along with his former band R.E.M., Stipe's expert, open-hearted lyrics gave voice to the sensitive and misunderstood among us with hits like “The One I Love,” “Everybody Hurts,” and “Losing My Religion.” After R.E.M. broke up a little over a decade ago, Stipe followed ot…
 
Jan Worth-Nelson former editor of the East Village Magazine, shares stories about the colorful history of the iconic Flint publication The East Village Magazine started about the same time as Michael Moore's Flint Voice back in the 1970s. Today, the magazine has become a brilliant piece of journalism each month, covering hyper-local government meet…
 
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