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Updated August 2020
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Tanis podcast host Nic Silver and regular contributor MK, explore the possible existence of "The Last Movie," an infamous underground feature film, reputed to drive you insane. Legend has it that every screening of this film was surrounded by bloodshed and controversy: one reviewer actually described slipping on blood in the aisle, as he ran through dozens of people trying to tear him apart.
 
When Carly Parker’s friend Yumiko goes missing under very mysterious circumstances, Carly’s search for her friend leads her headfirst into a ancient mysterious game known only as Rabbits. Soon Carly begins to suspect that Rabbits is much more than just a game, and that the key to understanding Rabbits, might be the key to the survival of our species, and the Universe, as we know it.
 
Tanis is a bi-weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Nic Silver. Tanis is a serialized docudrama about a fascinating and surprising mystery: the myth of Tanis. Tanis is an exploration of the nature of truth, conspiracy, and information. Tanis is what happens when the lines of science and fiction start to blur...
 
In Intelligence Matters, former acting Director of the CIA Michael Morell, speaks with top leaders of the U.S. intelligence community as they reflect on their life, career and the critical roles they play in shaping national security policies. As a central figure in the most significant U.S. counter-terror efforts of the past two decades and a former CIA intelligence analyst, Morell is uniquely skilled at taking industry leading knowledge to make connections that provide deep insight into co ...
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Blue Fish Radio is produced and hosted by Lawrence Gunther (www.lawrencegunther.com). The show features interviews with people that have expertise and first-hand knowledge about fishing, fish and aquatic ecosystems. Lawrence Gunther applies his expertise, experience and engaging style to both educate and entertain listeners. Each show lasts 30 minutes and is streamed by a number of broadcasters. Production and distribution of the Blue Fish Radio Show is intended to share valuable lessons and ...
 
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David Brown received the highest honor Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans can bestow to a recreational angler for his work on restoring West Coast salmon. Now Dave has taken it to the next level with his formation of the Public Fishery Alliance and a protest in front of DFO’s Vancouver office. Link below to hear David in Conversation with …
 
As COVID-19 cases surge in Georgia, a volunteer-based organization that governs athletics and activities for hundreds of high schools across the state is working to figure out the safest way to proceed with high school sports this fall. The Georgia High School Association is made up of more 450 public and private high schools, and Robin Hines, who …
 
A host of WNBA players are urging fans to vote for the Rev. Raphael Warnock in his bid against the Atlanta Dream’s co-owner, U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler of Georgia. They are in a crowded field running in a Nov. 3 special election for Loeffler’s seat. Loeffler has spoken out publicly against the league’s social justice plans and sent a letter to WNBA C…
 
A new report from Measure of America, a project of the Social Science Research Council, finds Hancock County, located in central Georgia, has the nation’s highest rate of “youth disconnection” — young adults out of school and work. And, despite recent gains in disconnection rates following the Great Recession, the report predicts the COVID-19 pande…
 
A walk along the trails at Stone Mountain Park near Atlanta can be peaceful. The sweeping views from the top of the mountain can be breathtaking, and a visit to a new dinosaur exhibit there can be educational. But looming over all of this natural beauty is a nearly 100-foot-tall carving of Confederate Gens. Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee and C…
 
Two in five child care providers will shut their doors permanently this month without additional public funding, according to a report recently released by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The report paints a picture of an industry struggling to survive amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This puts a strain on many working pare…
 
In the wake of COVID-19 the MINT Gallery has offered a wealth of online content. They launched an online gallery to promote the work of new emerging artists. Their Instagam Takeover events have also been a huge success. The takeovers feature 49 artists from the MINT community, and each take over lasts 24 hours and offers an intimate look at the art…
 
Atlanta comedy staple Dad’s Garage is celebrating its 25 anniversary with a 25-hour long live streaming event. Dad’s Garage was founded by a group of college students in 1995, with the goal of creating a theater and comedy venue unlike anything before it. Since it’s start, Dad’s Garage has gone through quite a bit of change, including moving to the…
 
The Department of Labor is reporting it has paid out more than $11 billion in state and federal unemployment benefits since the middle of March. That number of claims filed is down from just last week, the last week in July, because businesses were open and more people went back to work. But, they’re reportedly many people still waiting to receive …
 
Former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach lost the Senate GOP primary on Tuesday, delivering a victory of sorts for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s strategy to hold on to his majority this November. The McConnell-aligned Senate Leadership Fund invested $2.1 million in the primary to boost the winner, Rep. Roger Marshall, who GOP strateg…
 
American football is famous for being a full-contact sport. That presents a challenge for trying to keep the coronavirus at bay. But the NFL is going for it, with some changes. The league started daily testing for the first two weeks of training camp, which began for all players on July 28. Testing frequency is set to change based on the positivity…
 
Susan Weiss has been a poll worker in Bethesda, Md., for 16 years. “It’s really quite an experience doing it,” she says. “Setting up all the equipment, putting signs up, putting arrows on the floor, etc. The camaraderie of the group that volunteers is marvelous.” But this year, with the coronavirus pandemic raging, Weiss, who’s 74, decided it’s jus…
 
The Man Called X goes to the Philippines to foil the theft of a gold shipment. Original Air Date: October 16, 1947 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
 
In this episode of Intelligence Matters DECLASSIFIED: Spy Stories from the Officers Who Were There, host Michael Morell interviews former FBI agent Bradley Garrett, who recounts one of the most high-profile homicide cases he worked over the course of his career at FBI. He describes the global manhunt for Mir Aimal Kansi, who was put to death for ki…
 
The Atlanta-based staffing firm Randstad released a recent survey looking at the COVID-19-influenced labor market. Despite record numbers of unemployment nationwide, Randstad Senior Vice President Jennifer Seith said it’s becoming hard to fill some new positions driven by the pandemic. She told “All Things Considered” host Jim Burress that nonexist…
 
Guest: University Press of Mississippi’s Courtney McCreary, Publicity and Promotions Manager discussing their law and true crime books https://www.upress.state.ms.us/ Books discussed: Crooked Snake https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/C/Crooked-Snake2 A Legal History of Mississippi https://www.upress.state.ms.us/Books/A/A-Legal-History-of-Mississip…
 
Gwinnett County Public Schools will resume classes remotely Aug. 12. The district announced Tuesday it will try to return to in-person learning by the end of the month. The plan is to stagger face-to-face starts. Kindergarten, first, sixth and ninth grades would return the week of Aug. 26. The next week, second, third, seventh, and 10th grades woul…
 
As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the metro Atlanta area, Atlanta Public Schools will welcome students back to school virtually on Aug. 24. It’s all part of the district’s Day 1 2020: Return + Learn plan. Lisa Herring, who was sworn in as superintendent in early July, says the decision to start the 2020-2021 school year virtually was about doi…
 
Typically around this time of year, students, parents and teachers prepare for “back to school.” But this year isn’t the same. Many school systems across metro Atlanta have moved to push back the start of their school year — or return virtually. This comes after metro students lost nine weeks of regular instruction in the 2019-2020 academic year. A…
 
By the end of June, at least 102 inmates in the Clayton County Jail and more than a dozen staff members had contracted COVID-19. At least one person had died, according to health records filed in federal court by the jail’s medical contractor. In response to sworn testimony from inmates describing “unsanitary” conditions that only catalyzed coronav…
 
How will people know if the business they’re entering is following COVID-19 safety guidelines? OSHA, the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Agency, does not have the manpower to do check-ups and has no regulations on the matter, only guidelines. The Georgia Chamber of Commerce wants to help with its big brand. It’s promoting a safety sticker bu…
 
Atlanta-based Home Depot says it is building three more warehousing facilities across metro Atlanta over the next 18 months. As WABE’s Maria White Tillman reports, the new distribution centers will result in 1,000 additional jobs. The home improvement retailer says the new facilities will help meet the company’s growing demand for flexible delivery…
 
When the pandemic hit and life as we knew it drastically changed, The Alliance Theatre remained connected with the community. Now, The Alliance has re-imagined how we might gather and resume the joy of theater together. “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes spoke with Susan Booth, director of The Alliance Theatre, and Tinashe Kajese-Bolden, who is the BO…
 
Days after the late Rep. John Lewis was laid to rest, U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop and the entire Georgia delegation continued their push to replace a statue of Alexander Hamilton Stephens with one of Lewis. They sent a letter to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp asking state legislators to enact a resolution making the change official. Kemp is said to support t…
 
A new delivery service is focusing on Atlanta’s Black-owned restaurants as takeout orders become more and more popular because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Philadelphia-based restaurant delivery service Black and Mobile made its debut in Atlanta earlier this month. The company differs from other services such as Grubhub and DoorDash by only delivering…
 
Mississippi is heading for a title that no state would want: It is on track to overtake Florida to become the No. 1 state for new coronavirus infections per capita, according to researchers at Harvard. The state already faces high levels of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and obesity. As a result, the challenges specific to the coronavirus pa…
 
“H” is for Hipp, Francis Moffett [1911-1995]. Insurance executive. After graduating from Furman, Hipp joined his father’s company, Liberty Life Insurance. The Greenville-based firm also owned radio stations in Columbia and Charleston. When Hipp’s father died in 1943, the company’s directors elected him president and chairman of the board. An energe…
 
"L" is for Longstreet, James Peter [1821-1904]. Soldier. Born in Edgefield District, Longstreet spent his formative years in Georgia and Alabama. After graduating from West Point, he had a successful army career, serving with distinction in the Mexican war and achieving the rank of major. In 1861, he resigned his US Army commission and joined the C…
 
On a boat, Dick Tracy and Pat are protecting an Egyptologist who is refusing to reveal why he’s being hunted. Original Air Dates: February 8 and 9, 1938 Support the show monthly at... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
 
Atlanta Dream guard Renee Montgomery says deciding to opt out of the 2020 WNBA season to focus on social justice reform is one of the clearest decisions that she’s ever made. “I kind of already had something pulling at my heartstrings that I needed to be somewhere else,” the 11-year veteran said. Montgomery, who has earned two WNBA championship rin…
 
Miss international travel? Why not recreate the experience in the comfort of your own home with some airplane food? A leading airline food company in Israel is offering its in-flight meals to the general public as a low-cost delivery option during the pandemic. Tamam Kitchen, which services Israel’s El Al airlines, Turkish Airlines and other intern…
 
Atlanta based Delta Air Lines said one of its planes was forced to return to the gate after two passengers refused to wear masks. As WABE’s Maria White Tillman reports, Delta’s flight 1227 returned to the gate in Detroit after two passengers refused to follow the airline’s coronavirus policy and crew instructions. “The customers in question were re…
 
The number of coronavirus infections continues to climb throughout Georgia. That’s according to the Georgia Department of Public Health. As of Monday, there are more than 190,000 recorded cases of the coronavirus across the state since the start of the global pandemic. For the past few weeks, Dr. Audrey Arona, district health director for Newton, R…
 
Several prominent Atlantans have formally expressed interest in filling the unexpired term of the late U.S. Rep. John Lewis. Long time state Representative “Able” Mable Thomas leads the pack in experience. Over the years, she’s served a total of 22 years in the legislature. Thomas is scheduled to leave office in January. Her bid for the 5th Congres…
 
There are a number of films set in the south that are appealing for their colorful characters who both embody as well as defy stereotypes. “Second Samuel” is a new independent film by first time director Wayne Patterson. The movie is based on the play of the same name written by playwright Pamela Parker. The movie takes place in the summer of 1949 …
 
Alexea Gaffney battles health issues every day on multiple fronts. As an infectious disease doctor in Stony Brook, N.Y., she treats patients who have COVID-19. And two years ago, at age 37, she was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. As a result, the physician and single mom, who is also home-schooling her 8-year-old daughter these days, is still…
 
One of a series of reports looking at Joe Biden’s potential running mates California Rep. Karen Bass was a relative unknown on the national stage until just a few months ago. Now she is among the contenders to be Joe Biden’s pick for his vice president. A former community organizer and head of the Congressional Black Caucus, Bass led the Democratic…
 
A recent survey from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) shows 18% of child care centers in the U.S. have closed their doors due to the coronavirus pandemic. Another 9% of licensed centers run out of family homes have closed. In Georgia, the numbers are higher: 40% of child care centers have closed due to COVID-19, …
 
Dan is trapped and kidnapped on a boat with three other people, one of whom is a killer. Original Air Date: 1948 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
 
Canadians are typically seen as pretty friendly people, and until the coronavirus pandemic, most were happy to welcome Americans. But when the coronavirus began to quickly spread in March, the U.S. and Canada shut their shared border to all nonessential traffic. Since then, Canada’s border patrol has effectively prevented caravans of Americans — an…
 
The ceremonies remembering the life and work of longtime Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis concluded in Atlanta this week. They began in Alabama last weekend, then headed to Washington, D.C.–where Lewis would become the first Black lawmaker to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda. It would be the same at the state Capitol in Atlanta,…
 
Philip Marlowe (Dick Powell) becomes involved in a mixed up case of stolen jade, a missing girlfriend, blackmail, and narcotics. Original Air Date: June 11, 1945 Support the show monthly at... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]By OTR Detective – The Great Detectives of Old Time Radio
 
Former presidents and those who worked closely with the late Congressman John Lewis traveled to Atlanta to conclude his Celebration of Life ceremonies at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush spoke about Lewis’ perseverance and activism Thursday. Hundreds also gathered outside the church to watch the services on a g…
 
Bob Cole is part of (and a founding member) of the west coast’s most successful fisheries round table. The Port Alberni and Area 23 round table involves all fishery stakeholders. Their collective decision taking model has meant sustainable salmon numbers and equitable access to stocks for all concerned. Listen as Bob speaks with Lawrence Gunther ab…
 
In any ordinary school year, school nurses are busy. This year, that’s an understatement. “Our role has expanded tenfold,” says Eileen Gavin, who co-leads a team of nurses for Middletown Township Public Schools in New Jersey. She and school nurses across the country face an unenviable and unprecedented task: caring for students and staff during a g…
 
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