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The Bushwick Variety Show is a podcast where Alec Stephens III has conversations with musicians, artists, innovators and visionaries from Bushwick and beyond, of all sorts and at all levels of experience in their process to help elevate their voices to a broader audience and help inspire, encourage and educate others on how to successfully pursue and manifest their dreams.
 
Musicians and married couple, Ilyana Kadushin and James Harrell talk with people who make a difference in their community. With social consciousness in mind, from art to science to society and culture, they bring you spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. With music performances inspired by their guests.
 
Marvel or DC? Nintendo or Sega? Freddy or Jason? Are these questions that you already have an answer to? Then you may be a nerd. Join fellow nerds Ryan, Brooks, Tyler, and Dan as they talk about the latest nerd news and reminisce about their respective nerd pasts in the flagship podcast of the relaunched Topless Robot website. New episodes every Monday! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Born out of the coronavirus shelter in place order The DubFamCast out of Sacramento, CA with roots extended from Jackson, MS and Bakersfield, CA is a family of five American of African Ancestry adults having some fun while broaching subjects such as current affairs, mental health, ancestry, the black experience in America and plenty more. New show published every Monday.
 
VSFTS is dedicated to wellness on all levels of the human experience- spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional! We are here to give those of you who are curious about different approaches to aid in your well-being, spirituality and mental health a place to get informed about the many different people, places, and tools that are out there that may have been under the radar for you so far on your journey. In each episode, we will meet a new person who serves those seeking healing, personal e ...
 
What are the secrets of being a successful variety artist? Making my living performing for the past 20 years performing, I’ve figured out some things. I’ve also met some fascinating and successful people. All doing what they love. I call them “The Variety Artists”. How did they do it? What are their successes? What were their failures? How can we emulate what they did? You can be a fly on the wall and listen to these interviews. Performers learning from performers. You can learn along with m ...
 
For over ten years The Earth Station One Podcast has been a weekly magazine style show celebrating our love for all things Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Comics. That’s not all we discuss, though! Join Mike and Mike as we dive headfirst into the world of our favorite geeky topics, with interviews, reviews and news. With general goofiness we see what we can find to get into trouble with! Stop by for a listen and let your inner geek out to play.
 
This podcast was inspired by my own journey, and evolution through life, and wanting to share my story as well as stories from regular every day people. I'm a single dad, Union blue collar guy, former drug addict, spent time in Federal and State prison for drug trafficking and fraud. I was released in 2006 with nothing but the clothes on my back, and a bag of mail, and legal paperwork. In 2010 I finally kicked a long time methamphetamine habit, and started the long climb back up the ladder o ...
 
Take a break from your busy, stressful life with the JC Talk podcast! Each week we bring you discussions on a variety of happenings in the world, our thoughts on the best burrito ingredients, and deep discussions on God's Word and what it means for our lives. We are passionate about bringing Joshua's Crossing's message of "Love Acceptance Truth" to the world around us, and we hope that by listening to this podcast we can bring just a little of that hope into your day for half an hour. Welcom ...
 
Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active mem ...
 
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Easy Ed’s Variety Hour (now two hours), on WMFO in Medford, airs alternating Friday evenings from 6-8 PM Eastern time. If you like rockabilly, hillbilly, old country, vintage R&B, and 50s and early 60s rock ‘n’ roll, please tune in! Streaming live at www.wmfo.org or tune in to 91.5 FM in the Boston area. Also available as a free podcast through iTu…
 
It's the great Hatewatch tradition of Make Kirstie Watch A Thing, and this week, she finally caved and watched a Jane Austen adaptation. We're talking about the 2005 Pride and Prejudice, featuring emo Darcy, Kelsey's feelings (and Kirstie's lack thereof), plus some cinematography. If you too think that Kirstie should appreciate Jane Austen more, or…
 
In this first episode, host Jamie D. explains the purpose of the podcast, which is to introduce an audience of listeners who are seeking a broader awareness of the many healing modalities that are out there that they may not be aware of yet. Not just that, but each guest who comes on will provide some info, give a tip, trick, exercise, or technique…
 
Barry Mitchell is well known for his Smile Maker (and his amazing smilemakerstudio.com). His greatest passion is that you might use his tools and products to share fun and encouragement. On this episode, Barry and I talk about... How to be creative without breaking the bank. How he created Smile Maker & Smile Maker Studios. Why it's important to co…
 
David Pietrusza, author of "1960: LBJ vs. JFK vs. Nixon: The Epic Campaign that Forged Three Presidencies," joins the show for a discussion of the later stages of the 1960 Presidential campaign, including the Great Debates. More info: gothamvariety.com | Follow Us at Facebook.com/RealTime1960s | Twitter @RealTime1960s | Twitter @GothamVariety | Pro…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, travel writer Linda Kissam “Food, Wine & Shopping Diva”, explores the world of craft wines with special guests: Carole Lawson - CEO/Founder of the Craft Wine Association, William & Jennifer Layton - Owners of Layton's Chance Vineyard & Winery in Maryland, and Bill Schinkle - owner of Tranquil Heart Vineyard & Win…
 
Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello describe the small things they've recently accepted; memoirist Thomas Page McBee shares what he learned about masculinity while training to become the first transgender man to box at Madison Square Garden; Dope Queen Phoebe Robinson reflects on managing debt and embracing "trash" culture; and America…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Ruth Milstein shares how to make nhere recipe for Sweet Orange Coconut Glazed Chicken. Ruth is the author of the Gourmand award-winning recipe book "Cooking with Love: Ventures Into the New Israeli Cuisine." See her recipe here: https://blendradioandtv.com/listing/sweet-orange-coconut-glazed-chicken/ Featured mus…
 
Remember when that was just a joke? Oh the good old days! NewER restrictions are coming down the provincial pipe this weekend. A journey to ground zero is on the docket for Dave and Candace Rae. The Rolling Stones (who are still alive) are planning a celebration for an upcoming milestone (60 years), that story in Music News You Can Use, and week 11…
 
Everyone out of the pool! Mike, Mike, Darren, and Mary are ready for a close up look at Billy Wilder's noir classic from an LGBT perspective. Plus, actress Liz Priestley lands her first film role and passes her audition for the Geek Seat. All this, along with Angela's A Geek Girl's Take, Ashley's Box Office Buzz, Michelle's Iconic Rock Moment, and …
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio features Lance Laber, Executive Director of the DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun. After being closed due to the pandemic, the Gallery is back open and following guidelines to protect the safety of visitors and staff. DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun is 10-acre historic landmark nestled in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mo…
 
Dave ran the microphones overnight in the studio to see if there was anything “odd” that turned up after the “Breathing” event that took place earlier this week (see: Ep. 49 – Winner Winners). Rob Halford throws some love at genre crossing artist, Machine Gun Kelly has some new music coming out, and more new on Jane’s Addiction all in Music News Yo…
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio was recorded onsite at Greenwood's Year 'Round Christmas, a wonderful shop full of ornaments and seasonal collectibles in historic downtown Gladewater, the Antique Capital of East Texas. Don Greenwood talks about his store and shares some of the legends behind Christmas ornaments.…
 
Covering the history of Gladewater, the Antique Capital of East Texas, this episode of Big Blend Radio was recorded onsite at the Gladewater Museum with docent Lois Reed. Gladewater was founded by the Texas and Pacific Railway Company in 1873, and became an oil boom town during the early 20th century. It’s known for being a base during Elvis Presle…
 
Today on the podcast I welcome someone right up my wheelhouse, Joe Martinez. Joe joins me to discuss his gripping life story. From growing up a latchkey kid in San Antonio, Texas, to getting a twenty year sentence for a liquor store break-in, to finally quitting crime and getting clean for his family. * Joe also talks to me about his childhood, cri…
 
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays show that broadcasted live from Walker Manor Bed & Breakfast in historic Gladewater, the Antique Capital of East Texas. Along with innkeeper Memori Ruesing, this episode features Lois Reed - Gladewater…
 
Paul and Billy are joined by Nic and the Captain from the True Crime Garage podcast to look into a missing person case they've covered extensively. In the first part of this special two part Fall Distraction, the guys discuss the circumstances surrounding Brian Shaffer's disappearance on March 31, 2006, in Columbus, Ohio. Jensen and Holes: The Murd…
 
Make sure you stick around for the Bonus Track (SPOILER ALERT!!: IT HAS TO DO WITH THE GHOST IN THE STUDIO). Music News You Can Use has new music from The Van Halen family, Jack White and the Dude that wrote and performed the intro for Ballers is in some heat. Jaguar tipped off Dave on a new video game streaming service to try, some of the new rest…
 
February 7, 1999. Kettering, Ohio. Nine-year old Erica Baker leaves her family’s home to take their dog for a walk. While a pair of eyewitnesses see Erica in a nearby park, she soon vanishes without a trace and the dog is found unattended. Six years later, a suspect named Christian Gabriel is indicted on the charges of evidence tampering and abuse …
 
Innkeepers/owners Bill & Maureen Elliot discuss the fascinating history Tuxedo Park STL Bed & Breakfast Inn, a former church that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Guests marvel that today’s gracious site, with its many contemporary amenities, originally opened in the Gilded Age to guests in Victorian attire. Since opening its …
 
The Sad-Jaguar returns to the studio to give a debrief on his life move. He also has a list of winners from some contesting on the podcast. Music News You Can Use has news on the artist with the most tattoos on their face award winner, and how Perry Farrell won the extended life award. Lots of lots of winning on the show! Positive positive positive…
 
The legendary, Alan Alda calls the show! Alan talks about his current podcast, Clear+Vivid, as well as two others he is working on. Plus, Clark takes a blow to his head. Then later, Michael finally scores a PS5 and has a revelation over the weekend. Also, a Delta Airlines passenger becomes the target of a pastor's aim on a flight from Vegas.…
 
This week Billy and Paul look into the murder of 5-year-old Siobhan McGuinness from Missoula, Montana. Her case was recently solved with genetic genealogy, but identifying her killer only brought on more questions. Could he be responsible for other murders--including the Alphabet Murders? The guys are joined by Special Deputy Susan Lane from the Mi…
 
There was one jacket that was handed out this weekend that deserves some talk time, and the province is likely to put everyone in straight jackets if this kind of behaviour keeps up around the city. Music News You Can Use features Metallica, System of a Down and Foo Fighters. Bryan Lotocki has a review of Gerard Butler’s new movie Greenland. Sad_Ja…
 
Oh man, strap in folks, cause this one is a good one! Zac and Trey sit down with one of their favorite people in the world, Joshua's Crossing worship leader Eric Benge, to discuss what worship means to daily living, how we can live as servants to Christ and others, and how a close relationship with God can change the way we see he world. Don't miss…
 
This episode of Big Blend Radio features Mike Guardia, an award-winning author, military historian, and US Army veteran, who discusses his latest book, “Air War on the Eastern Front.” More: https://mikeguardia.com/ Featured song is "Song for My Dad" by Jimmy Yessian.By Big Blend Variety Talk Radio
 
In honor of National Family Caregiver Month, we feature an interview with the MAC (Maintaining Active Citizens) Center Area Agency on Aging in Salisbury, Maryland. They offer many services and resources for senior citizens and caregivers; for the body, mind and spirit as we age. We also have a special update about Stories Love Music and how we are …
 
Which is your favorite Jason movie (if you even have one?! I mean who likes watching absurd, over the top, gruesome, violent, horrific, grotesque, silly, poorly written, plotless, poorly acted, brilliantly marketed, legendary, inspiring film movie franchises anyways?!) out of the 12 made in the Friday The 13th franchise? Dave and Jaguar gush over T…
 
This week, the guys smoke the Ted's Connecticut Shade Toro, thanks to Jon Shearer. The guys discuss this cigar they haven't heard of, a little election results and how it affects comedy, de-friending people on facebook, a lightning round of questions, and much more. Tell a friend, tell a hobo... As always, send your questions and comments to theret…
 
In this super-sized episode, the Earth Station One movie crew joins forces with the music folks to name the best of the best music used in movies. Mike, Mike, Alex, Ashley, Michelle, Ricky, and Bambi list their personal favorite song-driven soundtracks and discuss the power of music to not only compliment the images on the screen but in many cases …
 
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