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Best Pontiac podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Pontiac podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Regardless of how old we were when cars first became a part of our lives, we all know and understand the significant impact that they have made on our lives. From friends to fans, and joy to pain, these masterful pieces of engineering have touched each of us in a unique way, and Drivers Only is here to share each great story.
 
Four American Indians by Edson L. Whitney and Frances M. Perry, gives a short history of King Philip, Sachem of the Wampanoags; Pontiac, an Ottawan chief; Tecumseh, a Shawnee chief; and Osceola, a Seminole chief. Along with the history of each leader, insights on daily living among these different tribes is given. (Summary by Laura Victoria)
 
Ever feel like your car podcasts just don't talk to you? Ever get tired of seeing the same cars at car shows, and hearing about the same supercar reviews? The Let's Just Drive Podcast was created to shine some light on the wierd, unloved, often overlooked niches of the car world. Every week Garrett is joined by guests to discuss the love of everything automotive in a more down-to-earth setting.There won't be a lot of up-to-date news or driving impressions of Ferraris, but there will be plent ...
 
Parkman has been hailed as one of America's first great historians and as a master of narrative history. Numerous translations have spread the books around the world. The American writer and literary critic Edmund Wilson (1895-1972) in his book "O Canada" (1965), described Parkman’s France and England in North America in these terms: "The clarity, the momentum and the color of the first volumes of Parkman’s narrative are among the most brilliant achievements of the writing of history as an a ...
 
Curt Peyton Automotive Professional Resources. Shares real world experiences from automotive dealerships. Developing professional sales people. Training professional managers. Providing Marketing tools to Maximize your Market-Minimize your cost. Professional expertise in variable operations and fixed operations.Why Marketvision TM. Having trained and consulted with Toyota, Honda, General Motors, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ford, Chevrolet, Pontiac, GMC, Buick and independent dealers. Mr. Peyton i ...
 
Another fine history book for children! Published in 1917, Marshall's book of stories from the history of the United States begins with accounts of exploration and settlement, and ends with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.This is Part 5: Stories of the French in America, from chapter 45 (How the Mississippi was Discovered) to chapter 50 (The Rebellion of Pontiac). Read along and view the original illustrations at http://mainlesson.com/ .Part 1: http://librivox.org/this-country-of-ours-part- ...
 
Informative and entertaining stories from the editors of the journal Medicine featuring article highlights, hot topics, and other things on their minds. The journal, published every other month and now in its 90th year, includes scholarly reviews and clinical descriptions of patients from the experience of leading clinicians from around the world in the areas of internal medicine, dermatology, neurology, pediatrics, and psychiatry. The editors, David Hellmann, John Bartlett, Howard Lederman, ...
 
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Pontiac enthusiast Jody Carter joins us for episode #8 to share his passion and knowledge of Pontiac Motor Division's commercial and service vehicle offerings throughout the years. He'll also provide us quite a useful 'Tech Tip'. Thanks again to our sponsors; AMES PERFORMANCE AUTO SMART Sign up to be a member of the Cruisin' Tigers Pontiac Club her…
 
By the beginning of September 1066, King Harold II was in a quandary. Expecting Duke William of Normandy to invade, he had summoned the fyrd (what passed for the army in Anglo-Saxon times; made up of a proportion of the freemen of each shire who were required to perform military service in defence of the land) back in April and they had long since …
 
Right about now, each year metro-Detroit's LGBTQ community is getting ready to celebrate PRIDE. Ferndale PRIDE usually kicks things off, but this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic Ferndale Pride has tentatively been rescheduled for September 26th Julia Music is the Executive Director of Ferndale Pride. She has been active in the Ferndale commun…
 
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic Lupus Detroit’s main fundraising events – The Lupus Detroit Brunch in May and the Walk for Warriors in the fall have been canceled but the work continues. Sharon Harris, Lupus Detroit Founder/Executive Director, talks about how the organization continues to provide support for warriors including virtual meetings and…
 
The Seven Years War, fought from 1756 to 1763, pitted the alliance of France, Austria, Sweden, Saxony, Russia and Spain; against Great Britain, Prussia and Hanover. The first truly world war, campaigns in the war were fought in Europe, India, North America, and on the oceans throughout the world. Dur: 27mins File: .mp3…
 
Tameka Ramsey is the owner and principal associate at T Ramsey and Associates. She’s also a mother and grandmother. Her eldest is an essential worker who with his wife are on the frontline during this COVID-19 epidemic. At home, she has a daughter going through the most unusual of senior high school year and a son growing up in this uncertain norma…
 
Originally from Chicago, as a youth, L. Michael Gipson lived briefly in Wiesbaden, Germany, where he excelled as an honor student. After returning to the United States when he was 16, Gipson came out to his family and was subsequently kicked out of his home. Gipson describes himself as a Street Kid Made Good. Situationally homeless at age 16, the t…
 
April is National Poetry Month. It was established in 1996 as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. In a special crossover event Collections .and SAGE Metro Detroit team up to close out National Poetry Month together. SAGE METRO DETROIT’s Executive Director, Angie Perone talks about the organization's work not…
 
Chief Activist of the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice Robt Seda-Schrieber continues to find ways to serve the LGBTQ community. Like many nonprofits during these days of social-distancing, quarantines, and shutdowns the Center has had to shut its doors, canceling its programs and suspending services. Another unintended consequence is the los…
 
When a contingent of archers is mentioned in the context of Greek and Roman armies, more often than not the culture associated with them is that of Crete. Indeed, when we just have archers mentioned in an army without a specified origin, Cretan archers are commonly assumed to be meant, so ubiquitous with archery and groups of mercenary archers were…
 
Elizabeth Crenshaw returns to talk about life in Pontiac today as a journalist, community activist, and owner of Yaktown Yoga. In this “new normal” we may find ourselves experiencing a whirlwind of emotions: fear, hopelessness, gratitude, and confusion. Crenshaw shares her sage advice for coping during this unsettling time, shedding light on ways w…
 
On this episode, Mark and Paul talk about the new reality of sheltering in place during the COVID 19 pandemic and movies that feature (prominently or otherwise) our favorite GM brand - Pontiacs! Thanks to our sponsors AMES PERFORMANCE and AUTOSMART. Please support them if you can during these tough times for small businesses. Stay safe and healthy!…
 
In this time of COVID-19 the Mayor of Ypsilanti Michigan Beth Bashert wears many hats. She is a longtime community activist, a parent/grandparent, and spouse of Lisa Marshall Bashert. She is an out and proud leader in the LGBTQIA community. She works in sales at an Ann Arbor Auto Dealership and she is the Mayor of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Ypsilanti is …
 
Bougainville is a 9000 sq. km pacific island and was first subject to European contact in 1768 when Louis Antoine De Bougainville landed there and, in an act of typical vainglory, named it for himself. People had been on Bougainville for 28,000 years but it was the Austronesian people who 4,000 years ago established pigs, chickens, dogs and cultiva…
 
As a Health Wellness Advocate / Transformational Coach Kim Ford uses her fitness journey to assist and motivate others to find body and soul balance. Kim believes that we already have everything we need to get to live our life with power, purpose, clarity, and intention. As so many face the challenges of isolation due to the COVID-19 epidemic Kim s…
 
Johnson calls both Saginaw and Kalamazoo, Michigan home. She has been a public scholar teaching at Grand Valley State University, Michigan State University, Saginaw Valley State University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She was one of the co-founders and Executive Directors of Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative in Kalamazoo…
 
The year 1776 began joyously for the American rebels. After the Battle of Bunker Hill and the subsequent siege of Boston, the rebel army, now formally organized into the Continental Army commanded by George Washington, successfully forced the British army under William Howe to withdraw from Boston and sail for Halifax, Nova Scotia. There Howe licke…
 
Famika Edmond is a Senior Public Health Educator for the HIV/STI Prevention Division of Detroit Health Department. As a child, her mother brought Famika and her siblings to Michigan from New York. When her family found themselves homeless, Famika signed out of high school and went to work to help take care of the family. Six months later, after her…
 
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