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Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams and former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods. Woods played for the Bruins from 2015-19. Williams has covered the football program since 2019. They will talk all things UCLA football on this podcast.
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Enjoy a medley of shows from different hosts in the Space Coast Podcast Network. Huge thanks to all of our partners: PlacePROS, INI Productions, LLC, Brevard Local and Apocalypse Coffee Roasters for all your support. You can watch our podcasts at https://youtube.com/@spacecoastpodcast
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Welcome to the Loveland Weekly Podcast Channel where we bring you podcasts that focus on Loveland, Ohio. The first podcast on the channel is, The Loveland Weekly Podcast which is brought to you by Gina Dubell Smith, eXp Realty, and Stone Pillar Farm. It is your go-to source for all things happening in the best part of greater Cincinnati. Our podcast is dedicated to discussing topics of interest to our neck of the woods- including elections, sports, organizations, and special interest stories ...
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Our Road to Walk: Then and Now is a podcast series hosted by Deborah and Ken Ferruccio broadcast from Warren County, North Carolina, known as the birthplace of the environmental justice movement. The purpose of the series is to share the inside, untold, documented, forty-four-year PCB landfill history which serves as a roadmap and guidebook for communities everywhere who want to actively help protect the environment, especially marginalized communities, through education and activism based o ...
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The Profiling Evil Podcast delves into unsolved criminal cases from around the world. We look into the mind of the predator and talk about crime motivation, victim selection and behavior. Some episodes examine how investigators work and how they capitalize on mistakes made by the offender. Your host, Mike King, retired after a distinguished law enforcement career where he served as Chief of Staff to Utah Attorney General Jan Graham and Weber County Attorney Reed M. Richards. He learned polic ...
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Each weekday, host Janet Michael hosts thirty minutes of conversation on topics such as tourism, business, events, healthcare, education, law enforcement, history, local government and more. Guests are recorded (mostly) in advance, some via computer and some in person. The conversations happen in local coffee shops, at local businesses, during local events. Local people making things happen in their community. The program airs just a few minutes after noon every weekday on The River 95.3 and ...
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The OFFICIAL podcast of the Democratic Party of Frederick County, Maryland. Listen in as we discuss all things of interest to local Democrats, including conversations with members of the Central Committee, elected officials, candidates, local club leaders, and more.
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Captain’s Log

Jose Valle Jr & Mason Shrader

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Captain’s Log is a podcast devoted to discussions and insights into the supernatural, occult and the all around strange happenings of our world, hosted by José Valle Jr and Mason Shrader.
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Paradise in the Pines

Pinehurst-Southern Pines-Aberdeen Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Paradise in the Pines is a podcast about the people, places and stories that make this destination the Home of American Golf. While the Pinehurst Area is known worldwide for golf, the destination has a vibe all its own and beckons all travelers to experience the charm, history and culture unlike any other place in North Carolina.
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The art world is vibrant and full of surprises. Let artist, choreographer, and self-described art nerd Rodney Veal be your guide on a journey of exploration as he interviews creative professionals about what inspires them. Each episode is a conversation with an honest-to-goodness working art maker, risk taker, and world shaper.
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Beer & Fear is a weekly comedy/horror podcast that explores the ominous, unnerving, frightening, and sinister. Join us as we unpack and discuss anything and everything spooky and scary while introducing and enjoying a new beer each week.
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DIEOWA

Beth & Alli

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The “heart of America” may not be as warm and loving as you think. Join Alli and Beth—native Iowans—as they share stories of murders and cold cases across the state of Iowa, one county at a time. And the best part? Taps, our anonymous former homicide detective/lawyer, is there to answer all of our loosely-related questions about the case.
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Today's conversation features Captain Austin Cucciardo from Warren County Fire and Rescue to discuss the new ambulances being integrated into their service. Austin walks through the extensive process from ordering the ambulances to their final inspections. We delve into the specifics of the customizations and the critical safety features that have …
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Our conversation today is part of an ongoing partnership with the US Small Business Administration highlighting small businesses in the Shenandoah Valley as well as offering advice and resources to all small businesses. My co-host for this monthly series is Carl Knoblock, Virginia District Director for the SBA. In this episode we travel to Nana's B…
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Josh sits down with both the new XC coach, Scott Sears and then organizer of the Loveland XC Invitational at Cappy's this week. Get an inside look at the XC team and what you can expect from the invitational coming up. Enjoy!! The Loveland All Sports Pod is brought to you by Meredith DeWitt of BF Realty. Send me a message! Please leave your email i…
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Our conversation today welcomes Chef Shiv Kumar of Sona Restaurant and Lisa Bell, owner of LK Wine Tours and Sales (and not-so-silent Andy Gail) to discuss an upcoming wine dinner event hosted by Sona Restaurant on July 26th, which features a five-course meal paired with unique wines selected by Lisa. Chef Shiv shares his journey from cooking as a …
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Mike had the opportunity to talk with the man behind the upcoming Loveland Shorts Film Festival, Gary Giver. Find out about this exciting new initiative that is coming to Loveland and make sure to grab your tickets at the link below. Brought to you by Gina Dubell Smith, EXP Realty, and Stone Pillar Farm. Loveland Shorts Film Festival | Lovelandshor…
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How to Control 87 Wives, Polygamist Pray and Obey House Join Profiling Evil for a tour of the apocalyptic house that polygamist leader Rulon Jeffs built for his 70 wives. When Warren Jeffs became the leader, he started marrying more and may have had 87 wives, including the 65th wife named Briell. She left the FLDS Church when Jeffs went to prison a…
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Our conversation with Gina Hilliard from Luray/Page Chamber of Commerce welcomes Judy Suddith, Manager of Laurel Ridge Luray Page County Center at Jenkins Hall to discuss the upcoming Luray Day event, fall semester registrations, and the services available at the college. Judy highlights the benefits of the open house event, particularly for vetera…
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Episode Photo: For this hard-hitting episode, we chose to feature this quote by Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director of the Montgomery, Alabama, National Memorial for Peace and Justice, because we agree with him that "an honest engagement with our past is essential if we are to create a healthy and just future." In this episode, Ken and Deborah cont…
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Former UCLA linebacker Josh Woods and Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams catch up for the first time since Wood was injured during a game for the B.C. Lions. Josh shares how he is doing and what the road to recovery looks like for him. The guys also talk about Cal, Utah and UC Davis being added to the Bruins' future schedule in place…
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Our conversation today at Sinclair Health Clinic features Dr. Mercedes Abbet, the Director of Sinclair Health Clinic, and Jennifer Hall, Director of Community Engagement. The discussion provides an overview of the clinic's extensive history and services for the community. Mercedes shares that Sinclair Health Clinic was founded in 1986 and offers pr…
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Our conversation today welcomes back Brandy Boies, Director of Public Relations and Special Events for Laurel Ridge Community College, and retired US Army Major Jason Hatch. The conversation highlights the importance and impact of Laurel Ridge Community College, particularly focusing on the college’s recent edition of the Laureate magazine, which h…
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Our conversation for The Valley Business Today welcomes Stephanie Lillard, Director of Community Economic Development for People Inc. Stephanie discusses her role and provides an overview of the community economic development work performed by People Inc. Stephanie explains the aims and functions of People Inc's community economic development progr…
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Our conversation today welcomes Nathan Stalvey, the director at the Clarke County Historical Association, to discuss Colonial Kids Day happening on July 13th at the Burwell-Morgan Mill. Nathan shares details about the event, such as its history, growth, and various planned activities. He mentions how the event has become popular, attracting partici…
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Mike met with Jenna Shroeder at Nisbet Park to discuss their Children's Workshop show, James and the Giant Peach, Jr as well as other upcoming initiatives of the Loveland Stage Company. Enjoy! Tickets – Loveland Stage Company Brought to you by Gina Dubell Smith, EXP Realty, and Stone Pillar Farm. Send me a message! Please leave your email if you wa…
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This photo of Reverend Leon White and Ken Ferruccio, President and Spokesperson for Warren County Citizens Concerned About PCBs, was taken in December 1982, soon after the PCB protest movement as they spoke to audiences on an East Coat Tour organized by Charles Lee and sponsored by the United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice. In this …
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Our conversation for United Way Day discusses the operations and initiatives of Winchester CCAP with Executive Director Andrea Cosans. She highlights various aspects of Winchester CCAP’s efforts in homeless prevention and community support, including their food pantry, clothing ministry, and financial assistance programs. Andrea explains how Winche…
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Josh sits down with head varsity coach for Loveland high school's girls' soccer team at Cappy's. Enjoy the conversation, Josh's Smokin' Seat, and the ambient music playing live at the bar. The Loveland All Sports Pod is brought to you by Meredith DeWitt of BF Realty. Send me a message! Please leave your email if you want a reply! Thx! Mike Support …
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Our conversation for The Valley Business Today - Front Royal/Warren County edition - features Niki Foster from Front Royal/Warren County Chamber of Commerce. We cover various topics related to the Chamber's activities and events. Niki shares updates on the redesign and redecoration of the Chamber's space, which is being transformed into a cozy and …
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Mike meets with Laurissa Krishock in Nisbet Park to talk about her business/nonprofit, I Am Ready that prepares new drivers for emergencies and such that they do not learn in driver's education courses. Learn about how she came up for the idea for the workshops and all that students learn when they take the class. Driving Workshops, Safety & Emerge…
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Our conversation today with Kary Haun for Shenandoah County's Tourism Tuesday welcomes Ben & Mindi Burch from Corner Market Farm to Table. Ben and Mindi share insights into their farming operations, partnerships with local farmers and restaurants, and their vision for supporting the local community. They highlight their beef products, produce offer…
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The Rise of Warren Jeffs in the FLDS | Profiling Evil Let's dig deeper into Warren Jeffs, the FLDS Leadership and how it's changed over time. Did Jeffs steal his father's wives? 87 polygamist wives in one house? #FLDS. #pluralmarriage #polygamy #sisterwives #biglove #bigamy, #Hildale #ColoradoCity #Cult #CoerciveMindControl #keepsweet #GrowingUpInP…
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Orange County Register reporter James H. Williams talks about the latest topics involving the UCLA football program, including recruiting, NCAA rule changes and more. St. John Bosco's Epi Sitanilei announced his decision to commit to the Bruins over the weekend, increasing the current 2025 class size to 14 players. Williams also had a chance to spe…
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Our conversation today features Winchester Fire Marshal, Jeremy Luttrell to talk about firework safety ahead of the July 4th celebrations. Jeremy provides crucial information about what constitutes permissible fireworks in Virginia and emphasizes the importance of using them safely and responsibly. Permissible fireworks are defined by Virginia Stat…
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Today's conversation welcomes Tavan Mair, founder and CEO of Connected Communities. Our discussion covers the organization's efforts in providing mental health services and support to children and families within the Winchester, Front Royal, and surrounding areas. Tavan explains the history and mission of Connected Communities, highlighting various…
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Our conversation for Traffic Safety Thursday with Lt. Warren Gosnell from Frederick County Sheriff's Office shares advice and insight into safety issues while celebrating the upcoming July 4 holiday. He reminds listeners about the consequences of getting behind the wheel after drinking while celebrating. We also talk about fireworks safety, practic…
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Send us a Text Message. Is your spiritual readiness up to par for Jesus' return? This episode tackles the profound concepts of the Bride of Christ and the rapture, starting with an exploration of the biblical parable of the ten virgins. We'll uncover the critical importance of having the Holy Spirit to be truly rapture-ready, distinguishing this fr…
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Our conversation for The Valley Business Today included Kaleigh Fincham, Director of Programs & Events for the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber with all the graduation details for the inaugural Arising Leadership Program. The Arising Leadership Program is aimed at 16 and 17-year-olds, while the Community Leadership Program is for adults. The progra…
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Josh has a conversation with the new Athletic Director at Loveland High School, Jayson Bruce. Learn about what the job entails and Jayson's goals as the new AD. The Loveland All Sports Pod is brought to you by Meredith DeWitt of BF Realty. Send me a message! Please leave your email if you want a reply! Thx! Mike Support the Show. The Loveland Weekl…
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Our conversation for Tourism Tuesday with Justin Kerns from Winchester/Frederick County Convention & Visitors Bureau features Mike Brady, his son Alex, and his daughter Megan Craggs to learn about Carter Hall Farm in Stephens City. The family explains their history with the property, initially purchased in 2019 but with ties dating back to 1961. Th…
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Let's dig deeper into Warren Jeffs, the FLDS Leadership and how it's changed over time. Why are so many babies buried in unmarked graves in the polygamist community of Short Creek? More than 250 babies lie beneath the red clay soil in an unmarked grave, within an unmarked cemetery. There are no plot markers, no plat map... Just mystery. #FLDS. #plu…
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Our conversation today with Tyler Hinkle, Shenandoah County's Planner is part of an ongoing series following the work on Shenandoah 2045 - Shenandoah County's comprehensive plan. The planning process will unfold over the course of four years with the majority of the community collaboration occurring from 2020-2022, with input in 2023-2024. We discu…
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Send us a Text Message. Wondering how a beauty queen and a dedicated mother combines both worlds to champion a cause close to her heart? Reigning Miss Universe TCP Melissa Parker joins us to share her personal journey of resilience and advocacy, inspired by her son Brendan's autism diagnosis. From founding the Parker Foundation for Autism to initia…
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Our conversation today is full of details for the 2024 Northern Shenandoah Valley Drinking Water Testing Clinics from Karen Poff, Senior Extension Agent, Family & Consumer Science, Virginia Cooperative Extension office who is based in the Warren County office, but serves all five surrounding counties. She also manages the Northern Shenandoah Valley…
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As part of our community health partnership with Valley Health, this month we discuss adolescent mental health and substance use issues with Whitney Maddox, a licensed professional counselor and coordinator for the Catalyst program, and Amanda Dondero, a licensed clinical social worker and adolescent outpatient behavioral health supervisor with Val…
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Our conversation today is part of an ongoing partnership with the US Small Business Administration highlighting small businesses in the Shenandoah Valley as well as offering advice and resources to all small businesses. My co-host for this monthly series is Carl Knoblock, Virginia District Director for the SBA. In this episode we travel to the town…
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Josh sits down in his inaugural Loveland All Sports Pod episode to speak with Loveland High School's new football coach, Brian Damewood. The Loveland All Sports Pod is brought to you by Meredith DeWitt of BF Realty. Send me a message! Please leave your email if you want a reply! Thx! Mike Support the Show. The Loveland Weekly Podcast is brought to …
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Why are so many babies buried in unmarked graves in the polygamist community of Short Creek? More than 250 babies lie beneath the red clay soil in an unmarked grave, within an unmarked cemetery. There are no plot markers, no plat map... Just mystery. #FLDS. #pluralmarriage #polygamy #sisterwives #biglove #bigamy, #Hildale #ColoradoCity #Cult #Coerc…
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Our conversation for Tourism Tuesday with Gina Hilliard from Luray/Page Chamber of Commerce included Dunnzy Kaufman, CEO of Sojourn, and Melissa Reynoso, Innkeeper at The Legacy Inn in Luray. Our conversation revolves around the Legacy Inn's offerings and unique characteristics. Dunnzy explains Sojourn’s role in managing the aesthetic and experienc…
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