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Best Riley Knight podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Riley Knight podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Scry Me a River is a weekly Magic: the Gathering advice podcast. Hosted by Riley Knight and Denis Stranjak, SMaR is here to solve your MTG-related questions, queries, and quandaries. Scry Me a River is sponsored by Channel Fireball - the best cards and content in the multiverse!
 
On The Drive Phase, Dalton Myers hosts the best sport-related podcast in the Caribbean. This podcast will definitely give you great insight into sports in the region as well as international issues and trends affecting or contributing to the Caribbean sporting Industry. Several guests including athletes, coaches and sports administrators, as well as business leaders and athlete support personnel, will sit down with us to share their knowledge and experience. We guarantee that each topic and ...
 
Join journalist, Kizzy Cox, and comedian, Onika McLean, the hosts of What’s The 411, as they do a quick take on people and events from hip-hop and pop culture; and a fresh take on the activities of people and subjects in the news or, just because they want to. Check us out for comedy and hilarity, and seriousness, especially if you get called on the carpet. An Ebony #1 pick by someone named Ebony, What’s The 411 has interviews with celebrities and wannabe celebs, as well as, authors and info ...
 
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In this episode of Half-Arsed History, hear the adventures and misadventures involved with the very first circumnavigation of the Earth, a story closely associated with Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan. https://halfarsedhistory.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/106-the-first-circumnavigation-of-the-earth.mp3 Download Episode (Right click and select…
 
This week, Denis and Riley get across all your favourite segments - AITA, LGS Horror Stories, and even Power Moves! They talk about the best ways to determine who gets to go first, buying out underpriced cards in an LGS, and reveal the hidden truths of the flat moon. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us on Twitter - @rileyquarytower or @stra…
 
Today we welcome two internationally-known artists whose work focuses on mid-century identity: houses, cars, stores, and the relaxed sunny lifestyle to which we all would like to become accustomed. Danny Heller from Desert Hot Springs CA and John Pirman from Sarasota FL create bright and uplifting paintings and prints that make you smile. Their col…
 
If you have a kid who has been identified as academically gifted, is a self-directed learning center a good place for them? Kristen Montesano, co-founder of EPIC Life Learning Community in Dallas, Texas (epiclifelearningcommunity.com), grew up in public school gifted programs, yet she was still bored and unchallenged. In college she began volunteer…
 
There’s a shining star for Robert and Helene Alexander on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars - installed last February during Modernism Week. Although largely unknown outside of California, the Alexanders were critically important developers and builders to the expansion of Modernism. While other developers were afraid of Modernist design, as a lot sti…
 
In this Episode of the Drive Phase Podcast , do another version of our newest feature “Producer’s Corner”. Our show Producer Rosheika Grant joints host Dalton to discuss some local, regional and international sporting issues. Rosheika is an avid sport fan and has worked in media and communications ever since she graduated University. She has also b…
 
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, hear the life story of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges – who was born to an African slave but went on to become a musician, composer, swordsman, abolitionist, soldier, and revolutionary. https://halfarsedhistory.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/104-joseph-bologne-virtuosic-swordsman.mp3 Download Episode …
 
This week, Denis and Riley talk about sneaking food into cinemas, store owners absconding with thousands of dollars of pre-orders, an LGS Hall of Shame, how to get out of a brewing funk, and the greatest scams they've ever seen pulled off. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us on Twitter - @rileyquarytower or @stranjak - where you can either …
 
Host George Smart talks with two architects in New York the day before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. Born in Russia, raised in Canada, and now living in the US, architect Julia Gamolina has been a runaway success as the founder of Madame Architect, publishing over 100 interviews with women who advance the practice of architecture and affiliated…
 
In this episode, Marketing & Communications Specialist Carole Beckford discusses her storied experience within the sporting industry. Carole, who served as Publicist for Usain Bolt, discusses her start in Sports Journalism as well as tips for persons wanting to get into the sporting Industry. She also speaks about her time as an educator in Jamaica…
 
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, discover the mixed legacy of the Insurrection Act of 1807, a two-hundred-year-old piece of American legislation that has been used in the pursuit of both fair-minded justice and horrific oppression, firmly consigning those who invoked it either to the right or the wrong side of history. https://halfarsedhistor…
 
This week, Denis and Riley explore stomping your LGS with tier decks, people taking advantage of social hand-smoothing algorithms, missing your untap step, and then spend ages talking about nasty things they did at high school and how to get into nightclubs without paying. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us on Twitter - @rileyquarytower or…
 
Nowhere in the world celebrates Modernism better than Palm Springs, California. Every February, they have a huge architecture and design festival called Modernism Week which actually lasts 11 days. We were there interviewing nearly all the major speakers and special guests. When we can't go to Modernist houses ourselves, architectural photographers…
 
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, explore the more recent history of timekeeping and clocks, including John Harrison’s marine chronometer, how wristwatches eclipsed pocketwatches, and finally how quartz and atomic watches brought us into the twenty-first century. https://halfarsedhistory.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/102-the-history-of-clocks-pa…
 
In May 2020, Elizabeth Bartholet, a Harvard Law Professor, called for significant new regulations on homeschooling in the United States. In this extra-long episode, I interview Professor Bartholet about her ideas, research, and proposals. We are joined by Rachel Coleman, executive director of the Coalition for Responsible Home Education — and a gro…
 
This week, Denis and Riley share some incredible LGS Horror Stories that involve bribery, corruption, and disastrous tournament rules, rule on some Commander-based AITA questions, and explore some of the issues that arise while playing paper Magic with social distancing. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us on Twitter - @rileyquarytower or @…
 
You don’t typically think of bridges as architecture, not the highway ones, particularly. There are about 600,000 in the US, with only a few dozen getting anyone excited, and most of those like the Golden Gate Bridge and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge were built nearly 100 years ago. Today from the UK we welcome Martin Knight, an architect whose hera…
 
In this episode, Hubert discusses historical moments in sports and future of Track and Field. He shares how he got started as a journalist and also as a commentator in the 1980s. He also speaks about his passion for track and field and his views on his role as an analyst and commentator in bringing sports to life for listeners and viewers. Hubert s…
 
In this episode of Half-Arsed History, discover the first half of the very interesting history of the humble clock, from its origins as a sundial and water clock, through to the technological developments that led to the first mechanical clocks, pendulum clocks, and pocket watches. https://halfarsedhistory.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/101-the-histor…
 
This week, Denis and Riley work through a jam-packed show with an appearance from special guest Nikki Reilly, who weighs in on the MTG Red Flag topics brought up last week. They also share some of your LGS Horror Stories, get across some AITMA situations, and share one extremely entertaining Power Move. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us o…
 
Many teachers aspire to work at progressive schools that are more kind, individualized, and humane. But what do you do when even the “best schools” still treat kids with distrust and coercion? Aaron Eden has asked this question over his long career in education, ultimately leading him to his current position as Executive Director at the Institute f…
 
In the first of two shows on Modernist interiors and interior designers, host George Smart chats poolside with two organizers of the Alexander Girard exhibition held during Modernism Week at the Palm Springs Museum of Art, Christine Marvin of Marvin Windows and Doors and Michela O’Connor Abrams of MOCA+, and later he talks about interior designers …
 
This week, Denis and Riley follow up on the proxy debate from last week, work through a bucketload of tough (and not-so-tough) AITA scenarios, share some MtG Red Flags and LGS Horror Stories, and hear about the time that Riley met LeBron James. Got a question, query, or quandary? Find us on Twitter - @rileyquarytower or @stranjak - where you can ei…
 
There's a new streaming series on AppleTV+ called Home, nine shows about unusual houses around the world. George Smart talks with one of Home's Story Producers Loren Gomez about two of those houses, one in Sweden that's totally enclosed by a greenhouse and one in Texas that's pretty much underground.…
 
Today you’ll meet two CEO’s of HOK, one of the most successful architecture firms in the world, past CEO Patrick MacLeamy and current CEO Bill Hellmuth. Every architecture student knows HOK, and it’s one of the largest design firms in the US with 1800 team members. Since 1955, HOK has designed hundreds of major projects like the Smithsonian Nationa…
 
In this Episode of the Drive Phase Podcast , we have we start a new feature called the “Producer's Corner”. Our show's Producer, Rosheika Grant joins host Dalton to discuss some local, regional and international sport talking points. Rosheika is an avid sport fan and has worked in media and communications ever since she graduated University. She ha…
 
This special episode celebrates the release of Blake’s new book, Why Are You Still Sending Your Kids to School?, which is now available through local bookstores, Amazon.com, and other marketplaces. Joined by guest host Kevin Currie-Knight, Blake discusses how kids learn to work hard when given the freedom to self-direct, the nature of “intensive pa…
 
Nowhere in the world celebrates Modernism better than Palm Springs, California. Every February, they have a huge architecture and design festival called Modernism Week which actually lasts 11 days. Today in the first of two shows about architecture-related movies taped at Modernism Week, host George Smart talks with filmmakers Jake and Tracey Gorst…
 
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