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Hey there dog folk! Welcome to the No Bad Dogs Podcast, hosted by America's Canine Educator, Thomas Davis. Do you often wonder what your dog is thinking? Join Thomas as he teams up with dog trainers, dog lovers, dog enthusiasts and EVERYTHING in between to bring you the No Bad Dogs Podcast! Each episode will be PACKED full of dog training information and tips. Don't miss the weekly Q&A segment where you can call in and ask your own dog-related questions! Some of the topics we'll cover includ ...
 
This is going to be a regular podcast of UPSTATE NY's "old school" sessions.. from the early 90's on... Original MIX TAPES ... LIVE SETS!!... and early CD's !! House , Jungle, Breaks, Trance, Techno etc. please feel free to suggest or send me new submissions @ dj.colinturnbull@gmail.com ALL MIXES WIL BE AVAILABLE IN HQ 320kbps MP3... remastered from original format.. SO!! ENJOY!! IT's also available on ITUNES.. so click the subscribe link below ..to get everything when its available!! also c ...
 
Tommy has resigned as co-host and we’ll miss him. Tommy will no doubt be spending every Saturday in the great Outdoors. But the show must go on. Phillip Gentry will continue as co-host of Upstate Outdoors and will be joined by a new co-host, “Boat Girl.” You might have already heard “Boat Girl” make cameo appearances already on the show. “Boat Girl” is an avid outdoors enthusiast in her own right. Interviews, how-to’s, fishing and hunting reports, and the best way to cook road kill. Upstate ...
 
MetroFocus is a multi-platform news magazine focusing on the New York region. The MetroFocus Podcast features news, smart conversations, in-depth reporting, content from many partners and solutions-oriented reports from the community. Major areas of coverage include sustainability, education, science and technology, the environment, transportation, poverty and underserved communities.
 
Welcome to Joe's Super Awesome Podcast! Each episode will feature Fox Carolina's feature reporter from The Morning News, Joe Gagnon, Joe Gagnon, who will have a chat with some of the most important and influential people in the Upstate of South Carolina and Western North Carolina. News, sports, politics and food will all be in the spotlight for this new endeavor from Fox Carolina TV.
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: LEGENDARY NEW YORK RAPPER CAPONE RETURNS WITH SECOND ALBUM ON Pain,Time,Glory Entertprises "Menace II Society" HITS THE STREETS 2006 Album features Scarface and Norega New York, NY--After 5 years away from the game, Capone is back with a vengeance. Five years after the Capone-n-Noriega Reunion album (2000), Capone is set to release his second solo record on Pain, Time, and Glory Enterprises. "Menace II Society" will be released in 2006, and features Scarface and , Nore ...
 
This is The Family Medicine Education Consortium, Inc. (FMEC) podcast channel. The FMEC connects those interested in improving the health of the community by strengthening Family Medicine/primary care services and medical education. Our primary area of focus is the northeast region of the U.S. We believe Family Medicine is critical to improving the health of the nation. We‘re working to achieve the full potential of Family Medicine.
 
Our country's political landscape is polarized to the point that we rarely hear each other. Larry Sharpe has traveled the country, and has personally visited every county in New York, listening to people's concerns. Larry is launching The Sharpe Way, a show where answers, solutions and common ground can be found so that together we can forge a way forward. The Sharpe Way is the way to mutual respect, where no one has to convert to be heard, because you can be as liberal or as conservative as ...
 
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Ithaca mourns and remembers Cornell's 'notorious' alum, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, reflecting on what she represented to many in the law field in a piece by News Director Jay Bradley. Also, Madolyn Laurine, Bec Legato, and Kyle Desantis on higher education's social distanced restart in Upstate NY. Hosted by Antonio Ferme. Originally…
 
Part 3 Developing your game. Dana, Brian, Teri and Kevin discuss training intensity, hormonal factors for women, emotional barriers and how to push through sessions without fear. Ready for one our coaches to join you on your journey? Let's get started: Email: Team@UpstateEmpireFit.com or check out our site www.UpstateEmpireFit.com and click on coac…
 
Sept. 30, 2020 - On Tuesday night, Americans tuned in for the first of three scheduled presidential debates between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. Larry Levy, Vice President of Economic Development and Professional Studies and Executive Dean of the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University, shared his i…
 
Sept. 30, 2020 - The state’s Department of Environmental Conservation is partnering with Cornell University’s New York Invasive Species Research Institute to help tackle the problems associated with these destructive species. The Research Institute’s Director, Carrie Brown-Lima discussed the new partnership.…
 
Sept. 30, 2020 - A new application is available for New Yorkers seeking to have paper records of their expunged low-level marijuana convictions destroyed. Emma Goodman, Staff Attorney in the Special Litigation Unit at the Legal Aid Society, explained the economic effects this can have on New Yorkers and the work the organization’s Case Closed initi…
 
Sept. 29, 2020 - No charges have been filed against NYPD officers in the 2018 death of Dwayne Pritchett after a report released by the Attorney General’s office citing drug use. Melissa Moore, New York State Director of the Drug Policy Alliance, weighed in on the report and the lack of charges.By WCNY
 
Justice seems to be hard to make sense of these days. In 2020, social justice has been something we have pushed for, debated, and at times struggled with. Join us this week as we move beyond our understanding of social justice and explore God-centered justice revealed in Joshua 20. Speaker: Michael Bayne Text: Joshua 20…
 
Sept. 28, 2020 - Howard Kirschenbaum, Professor Emeritus at the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester, has played an important role in preserving the Adirondacks and updating the state’s constitution. We heard from the Professor on his experiences and his new book, Coming of Age in the Baby Boom.…
 
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Madolyn Laurine, Christian Maitre, and Skylar Eagle explore the opposing 'Back the Blue' and Black Lives Matter rallies in Ithaca that occured last week, Selin Tuter speaks to Downtown Ithaca's Special Events Director Scott Rougeau to hear about Apple Fest's pandemic safety measures, Antonio Ferme speaks to those premiering the documentary 'America…
 
This is an important message for the church in our time, when halfhearted commitment is so common. Jesus made it clear in his teaching: “Anyone who puts a hand to the plow and then looks back is not fit for the Kingdom of God” (Luke 9:62). Those who play games with Jesus and his word are not truly “disciples,” and we must question whether or not th…
 
Sept. 25, 2020 - This year, political parties in New York will have to meet new vote thresholds to retain their automatic ballot access. The Independence Party is hitching their efforts to cryptocurrency entrepreneur and former child actor Brock Pierce. We heard from the party’s Chairman, Frank MacKay on their nominee for President.…
 
Sept. 24, 2020 - The race to succeed retiring Democrat Nita Lowey quickly became a crowded contest. One of the candidates that threw their hat in the ring was State Senator David Carlucci (D-New City). We heard from the candidate on the lessons learned during the campaign and changes he would make in hindsight to his unsuccessful effort.Editor's No…
 
Sept. 24, 2020 - The legislature continued their series of hearings into the effect COVID-19 has had on New York. Sen. Luis Sepulveda (D-Bronx), chair of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime, and Correction Committee, recapped his hearing on the effect the pandemic has had on the state’s corrections system and incarcerated New Yorkers.…
 
Sept. 22, 2020 - New York is the only state in the country that has a law which holds employers and property owners completely liable when an injury occurs when elevation risers like scaffolds are used. The newly minted Western New York Congressman and former State Senator Chris Jacobs (R-Buffalo) discussed his federal legislation on the issue.…
 
Prayer is something we know we need to practice but often dismiss in our daily routine. What are we missing when we don't pray? What does prayer actually do in us? Join us as we explore prayer through Joshua 10 and encounter a moment when God actually made the sun stand still through prayer. Joshua: 10:1-15 Speaker: Michael Bayne…
 
Sept. 21, 2020 - Legislation has made its way through the Capitol that will change the continuing education standards for geologists in New York. Jim Janora, Legislative Chair of the New York State Council of Professional Geologists, and Peter O’Connell, Legislative Counsel of the New York State Council of Professional Geologists, broke down why th…
 
Sept. 21, 2020 - A statewide group is advocating for a moratorium on student suspensions during the school year as the state continues its pandemic fight. Jasmine Gripper, Executive Director of the Alliance for Quality Education, joined the show to explain the situation. (originally aired 9/4/20)By WCNY
 
Sept. 21, 2020 - A series of hearings have taken place to discuss the state’s overtime work threshold for farm workers. We heard from Kim Skellie, dairy farmer and New York Farm Bureau Board member, and Elizabeth Wolters, Deputy Director of Public Policy at the New York Farm Bureau, about the hearings and how farms are adjusting to the thresholds. …
 
The ancient man approached God (or even the gods) as the accused person approaches his judge. For the modern man the roles are reversed. He is the judge: God is in the dock. He is quite a kindly judge: if God should have a reasonable defense for being the god who permits war, poverty and disease, he is ready to listen to it. The trial may even end …
 
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