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Off-Kilter is a podcast about poverty and inequality—and everything they intersect with. Each week, host Rebecca Vallas is joined by experts, advocates, activists, and other smart people to break down the issues of the day—and how we fight back. Powered by The Century Foundation. We want to hear from you! Send ideas, pitches, and feedback to offkiltershow@tcf.org.
 
The “Startups' Roundtable” draws out perspectives, experiences, and lessons from startup founders and their teams. We will also hear from the broader startup ecosystem, including investors and mentors. It’s not every day that we get to hear people explain how they have taken an idea through to innovation, but it will be each week as I invite my guest to share their startup pathway. I hope you can join me.
 
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Heroes 101

Nexus Raiders

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A Heroes of the Storm Podcast where Elite and High Ranked members of the Nexus Raiders community provide insights for higher levels of play. Nexus Raiders is an online gaming community dedicated to bringing a positive gaming experience to all of its members - regardless of skill, experience, or expertise. Learn more about Nexus Raiders @ nexus-raiders.com
 
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Ray Price/Tom Tolios

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Gaming AM is a Podcast brought to you by Ray Price and Tom Tolios, co-founders of Gaming FM. Grizzled old men with a diverse range of love for pop culture, we talk about video games, television, movies, anime or pretty much whatever else we want. What business do we have launching a Podcast, and why should anyone care? We’ve lived through over 30 years of gaming. We're former and current games journalists. We’re pretty much the authority on what old-school gamers want in their Podcasts... Th ...
 
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Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, speaks with Paul Vallas, Chicago mayoral candidate and former CEO of Chicago Public Schools. They discuss the violent weekend in Chicago, including 62 shootings, and the delays in the 911 response. Vallas speaks on his ideas regarding what needs to change in the city, how the policing should be done, and the overru…
 
John Howell speaks with Robert Reed, Contributor for Chicago Magazine. They discuss Reed’s latest piece on Illinois and its many government entities. Illinois has more than any other state and most are not of use to us - in particular, our large number of townships. Reed discusses why that is and why we have not yet bid them farewell. See omnystudi…
 
John Howell is joined by Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza. Former legislators who voted to reject raises have no right to claw them back now, says Mendoza, and the IL Supreme Court agrees. Mendoza goes on to say why she is disappointed in the politicians attempting to make these moves and why this is a victory for Illinois taxpayers. See omnystu…
 
*John makes his triumphant return to the hosting chair and shares how he fought back the grim reaper's scythe. *Professor Adam Wandt of John Jay College of Criminal Justice discusses how the CPD is moving their radios to encrypted channels. *City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin previews her upcoming events to give access to tools to help build wea…
 
John Howell speaks with Mike Emanuel, Fox News Anchor and regular guest on the show. They catch up on this week’s biggest stories, including the US Embassy advising Americans to leave Russia, the chance of a global recession, and the latest hectic press conference at the White House. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
John Howell is joined by Dr. Connie Mixon, Professor of Political Science & Director of the Urban Studies Program at Elmhurst University. Do political debates still matter in 2022? Dr. Mixon gives her thoughts on the efficacy of debates to gain voter support, the risk of debating, and how these events can turn into spectacles. See omnystudio.com/li…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, speaks with Legendary Agriculture Broadcaster, Max Armstrong. Armstrong talks about life on the farm, projections for agriculture and livestock prices, and farming equipment advances. He also gives an update on his longtime friend and broadcast partner, Orion Samuelson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy infor…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, is joined by Lou Canellis, Fox 32 Sports Anchor & Host of Bears GameDay Live & Bears GameNight Live. Lou recaps yesterday’s Bears win against the Texans, and he gives us his predictions for the team, Justin Fields, and the season. Da Bears! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, speaks with Meteorologist Ray Stagich about Hurricane Ian. Stagich explains what makes a hurricane and how they decide who is in the evacuation areas, where this storm is expected to hit, and also his weekend football predictions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, is joined by Axios Chicago Reporter Justin Kaufmann. The “People Who Play by the Rules PAC” is dominating the headlines with their past three commercials stirring controversy and gaining attention. Kaufmann touches on the ethical questions surrounding this, as well as discussing what exactly the goal is for these c…
 
We are coming to you straight from the bean bags at the Australian Crypto Convention. Join us this week as Tommy Honan, Pav Hundal and Alycia Chapman interview some of the attendees and speakers at the Australian Crypto Convention to give you an insight into some of the chats and what they’re currently working on. We chat: What a Chief Bitcoin Offi…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, speaks with Jon 'Dr. J' Najarian, Co-Founder of Market Rebels, Star of Halftime Report on CNBC, and former Chicago Bears Linebacker. Ray and Dr. Najarian discuss how our economy has gotten to this point, what’s going on with the car market, and how the Bears have changed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Welcome back to your fortnightly crypto catchup where Tommy Honan and Pav Hundal break down the latest crypto news, market movers and where we’re heading for the next fortnight. After a big fortnight with the Ethereum merge, Australian Crypto Convention and the upcoming Cardano fork there is loads to chat about this week. You’ll hear: The surprisin…
 
Ald.Ray Lopez says the only polls he cares about are the ones he takes on the street regarding Chicagoans’ opinions. He also speaks with Ramblin Ray about his own mayoral campaign, last weekend’s violence, and how he wants to improve the city. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The John Howell Show
 
Having Splashup CEO and Founder Nathalie Rafeh join me at the Startups' Roundtable allowed us to discuss the importance of their innovation for retailers and their customers. As consumers, we understand the benefits of ecommerce personalisation, which can also come with its challenges, namely data privacy. Splashup focuses on helping retailers find…
 
Ramblin’ Ray, in for John Howell, speaks with ABC 7’s John Garcia. A Lombard resident who was held captive by the Taliban for 31 months was just swapped with a man who has been called the “El Chapo” of the Taliban. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The John Howell Show
 
We are sitting behind the trading desk of Bloombergs crypto analyst Jamie Coutts this week to dive deep into analysis and give you an insight into what goes into creating these reports. Jamie is a pioneering financial analyst who has transitioned from traditional markets into crypto, creating research insights for institutions assessing public bloc…
 
*ABC 7 Sports Anchor & Reporter Dionne Miller previews a tough matchup for the Bears as they head up North to take on the Packers. *John Keilman of The Chicago Tribune details the drama out in Sugar Grove as the Saudi-backed LIV tour tees off at Rich Harvest Farms. *WLS City Hall reporter emeritus Bill Cameron breaks down the state of the mayoral r…
 
John Howell speaks with Ald. Anthony Napolitano from Chicago’s 41st Ward. Private booters could soon be allowed to operate all across Chicago. Ald. Napolitano says that this will cause fights and take up police resources unnecessarily. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The John Howell Show
 
John Howell speaks with Elena Gottreich, Chicago’s Deputy Mayor for Public Safety. She says that CPD Reform is making progress since the consent decree. With several examples of new policies and actions, she speaks about how the CPD has grown and changed in a positive way. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
*Svante Myrick of People For the American Way details how a NM judge has ruled that a county commissioner can't hold public office. *John shares a story of an unruly airline passenger who was sentenced to four months in prison for disturbing a flight. *The latest on immigrants being shipped up from Governor Abbott, and how far do Pritzker's power s…
 
John Howell speaks with Bamani Obadele, Community Engagement Director for Acclivus. Obadele says it was shameful for Darren Bailey to politicize the shooting in Washington Park. He also challenges Bailey to roll up his sleeves and actually get involved in neighborhoods rather than watching everything from above in the John Hancock building. See omn…
 
John Howell speaks with Anton Adkins, a Chicago resident who lives across the street from Douglass Park. They discuss the impact of Riot Fest on the neighborhood, as well as residents’ ideas for what to do about large festivals moving forward. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The John Howell Show
 
*Jacob Sonenshine of Barron's discusses how inflation shocked the market yesterday, but some stocks could still benefit. *Professor and first amendment scholar Geoffrey Stone believes that Awake Illinois has no backing for a defamation case against Rep. Casten. *Alex Stone of ABC News provides an update on the potential rail strike and looks at the…
 
John Howell is joined by Mike Emanuel, Fox News Chief Washington Correspondent, for their weekly chat about the latest news stories. Are Republicans upset that Graham stepped all over Biden’s bad day? What does the GOP want to do about security measures? Why was James Taylor singing “Fire and Rain” yesterday at the White House event? See omnystudio…
 
John Howell is joined by Eben Novy-Williams, Sports Business Reporter for Sportico. What happens when Virginia McCaskey passes? It’s more complicated than you think: a common problem in the NFL with shares, bylaws, and family-owned teams. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By The John Howell Show
 
John Howell is joined by Ally Marotti, Reporter for Crain’s Chicago covering consumer products, food, restaurants, retail, media and advertising. They discuss the McPlant, a plant-based burger that was tested in some markets and will not be put on the menu at this time. Marotti discusses why this sandwich may have been rejected and what plant-based…
 
*Renato Mariotti of POLITICO Magazine shares why he believes that Donald Trump's lawyers are letting him down. *John details how violent threats have forced the cancellation of Drag Queen Bingo at the Downers Grove Library. *Steve Bernas of the BBB warns of sports betting scams you should be aware of as the NFL/NCAA seasons kick off. *Dr. Harlan Ul…
 
John Howell speaks with Dr. Sheldon H. Jacobson, Founder Professor in Computer Science at the University of Illinois. He joins the show to discuss his piece on how the electoral college system needs to be changed, but not just yet. Further, Dr. Jacobson says we need to repair our relationship between parties, and changing the constitution at this p…
 
To thrive in today's ever-changing world, you must have a startup mindset, and in this episode of the Startups' Roundtable, Olga Ozerian and I discussed: Making radical changes because you have no option New ways of working Moving between life stages and adapting our careers accordingly Mentoring contracts for founders and teams Learning trends, in…
 
*Dan Petrella of the Chicago Tribune goes through the list of lawsuits levied by GOP Attorney General candidate Tom DeVore. *Author David Maraniss previews his new book looking at the life and legacy of Jim Thorpe. *Theater Critic Chris Jones shares how the Victory Gardens Theater has decided to stop producing its own shows. *John wonders what led …
 
John Howell speaks with Neil Steinberg, Chicago Sun-Times Columnist. Alderpeople need to stop whining on their way out, Steinberg says in his latest piece. During this mass exodus of Alderpersons, we are hearing a lot of complaining as they exit office. John and Neil also discuss Chicago politics in general, the Lit Fest, and Neil’s writing. See om…
 
John Howell speaks with Mayor Gary Grasso of Burr Ridge after the unannounced busing of migrants to the village over the weekend. He is not against helping the migrants, he says, but he is pushing for more coordination in the future. Grasso also says we are all products of immigrants and we need better plans to help these migrants and treat them as…
 
Have you ever wanted to start day trading? This week we sit down with Pav Hundal outside of our usual crypto catchup to go through what day trading strategies are out there and some common mistakes we’ve seen play out. We chat: The strategies that have the most success rate Fundamentals that set you up for great trading opportunities Whether tradin…
 
*Chris Placek of the Daily Herald recaps the Bears meeting last night, and shares reaction from the local residents. *ABC News Correspondent Alex Stone provides an update on the dangerous conditions in CA as harsh weather looms. *Grant DePorter of the Chicago Sports Museum tells John about a historical baseball found in the walls of the Tribune Tow…
 
John Howell speaks with Brian Costin, Deputy State Director of Americans for Prosperity, Illinois. The Bears held a meeting last night in Arlington Heights to discuss their potential plans, including how they imagine they will fund the new stadium and surrounding areas. Did they do enough to alleviate worries of taxpayer subsidies? See omnystudio.c…
 
John Howell is joined by Alderman Howard Brookins from Chicago’s 21st Ward. Ald. Brookins has joined the long list of Alderpersons leaving the City Council. He joins the show to discuss the reasoning behind his exit, his thoughts on how the city is run, and his only regret, which involves a bike ride and a squirrel. See omnystudio.com/listener for …
 
*Em Nguyen shares the reaction out of Washington after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. *A.D. Quig of the Chicago Tribune has the details on Alderman Brookins adding his name to the City Council exodus. *Reporter Bob Chiarito offers the latest from the R. Kelly trial and tells John which side seems to be winning. *Bill Scher of Washington Monthly d…
 
John Howell speaks with Tom Rivers, ABC News Correspondent, who joins live from London. They discuss the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, who from the royal family was there, and what will happen across the pond going forward. The Queen reigned for 70 years, and this is a very different, new chapter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
John Howell speaks with Steve Israel, Former NY House Rep and current Director of the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy Institute of Politics and Global Affairs. Why are midterms so hard to predict? Israel sheds light on that question, including how we think the Democrats will fair and how each side can recruit young voters to participa…
 
*Wall Street Journal energy reporter Katherine Blunt discusses her new book, "CALIFORNIA BURNING" focused on PG&E. *John shares the latest poll numbers in the race for IL governor, and they look bleak for Darren Bailey. *ABC News Correspondent Andy Field reports on how Russia is buying millions of rockets and artillery from North Korea. *Mike Emanu…
 
John Howell speaks with Phil Cline, Former CPD Superintendent & Executive Director of the Chicago Police Memorial Fund. This week, there was a ceremony at the Gold Star Families Memorial in Chicago to honor all Chicago Police officers that have died in the line of duty since the 1830’s. There were 595 names read. See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
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