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Salty Hunter

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Salty Hunter

Gary Weaver, and Christian Oathout

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An Alaska-based podcast that touches on a little bit of everything outdoors related. Fitness, nutrition, hunting, fishing, backpacking, skiing and the list goes on and on. Whatever gets you outdoors we want to talk about it. Rough around the edges and brutally honest. Thanks to everyone listening. We love every damn one of you. Here's to the hunt.
 
This is F1 And Done. We will be doing our best to provide an American barstool style of biting, fanboy commentary on Formula 1. We’ll be recording podcasts after every Grand Prix. Our goal is to share a few laughs, offer opinions, and enjoy the unique sport of Formula 1 racing.
 
Strength to Strength is a virtual, live meeting held every other week. The purpose of Strength to Strength is to advance Jesus’ kingdom by tackling thought-provoking topics, by stimulating candid discussions, and by sharing faith-building testimonies. All are welcome to join and participate; the meeting is led by an invited guest. We host speakers who are supportive of a Christ-centered, Kingdom-focused, Scripture-based way of life, specifically as modeled by the Anabaptist tradition. We enc ...
 
The Pastor Writer podcast is a series of conversations and reflections on the Christian life through reading and writing. From interviews with authors to thoughts on scripture and culture, Chase Replogle offers a wide range of topics and explorations. Chase is a church pastor and writer. You can follow more of his work at pastorwriter.com
 
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Flock of Seagals

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Flock of Seagals

Riley Byrne and Michael Cumming

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Flock of Seagals, the number one Steven Seagal podcast in the world, takes a biweekly dive into the oeuvre of the most enigmatic actor/writer/musician/producer working today. Hosts Riley and Michael attempt to determine fact from fiction in the life and works of the first "post truth" movie star with the help of guests. Each episode takes a closer look at one of Seagal's works, combing it for clues to unlock the secrets of the Aikido master/former CIA and DEA operative/blues musician/Russian ...
 
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On this episode of the Salty Hunter Podcast, we are sitting down with Neil and my running coach Aaron Stacy. Aaron just completed his first 100-mile race at the Rio Del Lago and tells us his story. Anyone who runs 100 miles inherently meets challenges on the trail. This is Aaron's story of how he overcame his personal challenges during his race. Ot…
 
Today's guest is Marcus Pactor. His new book is Begat Who Begat Who Begat, from Astrophil Press. His first book, Vs. Death Noises, won the 2011 Subito Press Prize for Fiction. His story, “Megaberry Crunch” was selected for Best Small Fictions 2021. His work has most recently appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Juked, and Harsh. He lives and works in Jackson…
 
As college students in the late 1980s, Laura Ballance and Mac McCaughan launched two projects that came to define their trajectories as entrepreneurs: the "punky but poppy" band Chunk, and the scrappy record label, Merge. For decades, the partners juggled the demands of managing their own band while negotiating record deals and recording dates for …
 
Strength to Strength Sisters welcomed Darla Weaver for this important and timely topic. What does it mean to walk in grace as a woman of God? In a conservative Christian culture that embraces obedience to the Word of God, grace can easily get lost in the details. My personal journey from obedience rooted in fear and a desire for perfection, to obed…
 
Strength to Strength welcomed Gary Miller to discuss his recent book, Reaching America. Few of our unbelieving American neighbors are coming to faith and joining our conservative Anabaptist fellowships. Does our culture lack spiritual interest, are we doing something wrong, or should this be considered normal? An interactive question-and-answer per…
 
In Part 2, Vettese and Niles talk about why there is a Universe in an eighth-note, the ARTISTIC frame of reference, how our culture devalues and disenfranchises artists, and how we're not gonna take it any more! #peterjohnvettese #richardniles #jethrotull #beegees #annielennox #petshopboys Please Like, Share, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 💞…
 
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman is an award winning author, and nationally recognized as a powerful, dynamic speaker. He has authored over a dozen books, to include his “perennial bestsellers” On Killing, On Combat, and On Spiritual Combat; a New York Times best-selling book co-authored with Glenn Beck, and many other successful books and scholarly papers. …
 
On today's episode of the Salty Hunter Podcast, we are joined by Gary’s old friend Will Romanik. Will and I served in the army together but lost touch for a couple of years after I moved back to Alaska, so this episode is a reunion of sorts. Will has led an extremely interesting life since he separated from the military. Everything from commercial …
 
Philosopher, Producer, Virtuoso Musician PETER-John VETTESE has created hits for the last 40 years. In this unique talk with Richard Niles he discusses the philosophical roots of his mind-blowing creativity working with JETHRO TULL, Cutting Crew, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Go West, Pet Shop Boys, Bee Gees, Foreigner, Simple Minds, Annie Lennox, Pet…
 
Seth Tibbott may be the only founder in the world who grew his business while living in a barn, a teepee, and a treehouse. His off-the-grid lifestyle helped him save money as he started to sell tempeh, a protein made of fermented soybeans. Throughout the 1980s he barely scraped by, but things took a turn in 1995, when he discovered a stuffed tofu r…
 
Today’s guest is the great Gary Shteyngart! He’s the author of Super Sad True Love Story, Lake Success, Absurdistan, and more. His latest novel, Our Country Friends, was released earlier this month. It’s a hilarious, clever novel set in the pandemic, described by Kirkus reviews as "The Great American Pandemic Novel only Shteyngart could write." Go …
 
Dr. CARMINE MIRANDA is a classical cello Rockstar! Born in Venezuela of Armenian/Italian parents, Carmine is an internationally recognized, multi award-winning soloist and recording artist - the youngest musician to ever record Bach’s Six Cello Suites at 22. But he is also an EDM (electronic Dance Music) composer/producer/DJ who runs his own label,…
 
As a mother of three, Kat Nouri was dismayed at the amount of single-use plastic she was using to pack her kids' school lunches. She had already launched a successful brand called Modern Twist, which sold placemats and baby bibs made of silicone. So Kat wondered: why not use silicone to make durable food storage bags, which—instead of being used on…
 
Mark Egan is one of the world’s finest bassists. Starting his career with the first PAT METHENY GROUP, he has worked with Gil Evans, John McLaughlin, Cyndi Lauper, Stan Getz, Michael Franks, Roger Daltrey, Sting and Duran Duran off-shoot group ARCADIA. His partnership with drummer Danny Gottlieb has led to many albums of their group ELEMENTS and th…
 
Robert Mann is the co-founder of Pathfinder Resilience LLC., an organization dedicated to preventing public safety suicides and empowering people with the resilience to live their best lives. He served for twenty-five years with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, CA., six years in the United States Marine Corps, and three years as a Program Co…
 
Strength to Strength welcomed Verlynn Yoder to provide hope to those struggling with depression, and answer. Some of us may ask ourselves, why am I feeling down so often lately? Circumstances and pressures can feel large and looming. Stress levels rise without us identifying how they affect us. We should be asking ourselves honestly, am I depressed…
 
Troy James Weaver is today's guest! Troy is the author of Witchita Stories, Temporal, Marigold, Visions, and Selected Stories. His work has appeared in NY Tyrant, Hobart, The Southwest Review, and many others. He lives in Wichita, Kansas with his wife and dogs. We discuss absurdism, humor, Beckett, first person narrative, working and writing, works…
 
Preston Ulmer is the founder and director of the Doubters’ Club, an organization that teaches Christians and atheists to model friendship and pursue truth together.**** Additionally, he serves as the director of network development for the Church Multiplication Network (CMN), the church planting arm of the Assemblies of God. Before joining CMN, he …
 
On this episode of the Salty Hunter Podcast Gary sits down with Nick and they finally catch up and talk about their hunting seasons. Nick has been off guiding all over Alaska and has several amazing stories to tell. He hunted everything from caribou to mountain goats, to interior grizzlies. It was awesome to finally get to catch up with him. Thank …
 
Singer/songwriter DAISY CHUTE interviews RICHARD NILES about his many years working with the PET SHOP BOYS. “Left To My Own Devices” (1988) was their 2nd single from INTROSPECTIVE album. Produced by Trevor Horn it reached #4 in the UK charts. Niles takes us behind the scenes of excess and EuroDisco, conducting huge orchestras and choirs full of Wel…
 
Duncan Birmingham is today's guest! His latest book is called 'The Cult In My Garage' (Maudlin House) and it's wild and hilarious and great. ****Get a 10% DISCOUNT when you use the code "PROSE10" at checkout on Maudlin House's website! Link: https://shop.maudlinhouse.net/#the-cult-in-my-garage Duncan is a writer living in LA. He's worked on a bunch…
 
Brian Armstrong wanted to be a tech entrepreneur since he was in high school, but his first serious venture—a tutoring website—never quite took off. Around 2010, while looking to get a job in Silicon Valley, he stumbled across an intriguing idea for a peer-to-peer digital currency called Bitcoin, which quickly turned into his obsession. Brian's ini…
 
Daisy and Richard talk about Breakout” the 1986 smash hit by SWING OUT SISTER (# 4 UK, #6 USA Pop, AC #1) that made everyone happier than they already were. Niles talks about arranging the catchy strings and brass, producer Paul Stavely O’Duffy, writing the liner notes on the album “It’s Better To Travel”, and doing the RAP on “Twilight World”. Ins…
 
In 2009, Berkeley seniors Nikhil Arora and Alejandro Velez started to geek out over something they'd heard in a lecture: you can grow a healthy crop of mushrooms on used coffee grounds. Intrigued by the business potential, the pair set aside jobs in finance and consulting and became urban farmers: salvaging leaky bags of coffee grounds, planting mu…
 
Strength to Strength welcomed Chuck Pike to discuss expanding the borders of the kingdom of God. Join Chuck as he shares practical insights on evangelism based on decades in a very evangelistic, church-planting movement that emphasized repentance, commitment, and discipleship. An interactive question-and-answer period follows. https://strengthtostr…
 
Grammy Award–winning drummer, composer, percussionist, author, and educator Mark Walker is a professor in the Percussion Department at Berklee College of Music. He has performed and recorded with Oregon, Donato Poveda, Paquito D'Rivera, Michel Camilo, Dave Samuels, Andy Narell, WDR Big Band, NDR Big Band, Eliane Elias, Lyle Mays, Dave Liebman, Cesa…
 
Strength to Strength welcomed Chuck Pike to discuss expanding the borders of the kingdom of God. Join Chuck as he explores how we can use the Old Testament prophecies to convince unbelievers. We can learn from the earliest Christians how we too can do the same today to great effect. An interactive question-and-answer period follows. https://strengt…
 
Tom Nelson is president of Made to Flourish (MTF), a network that seeks to empower pastors to lead churches that produce human flourishing for the common good. He has also served as senior pastor of Christ Community Church in Leawood, Kansas, for almost thirty years. A council member for The Gospel Coalition, Tom is the author of Work Matters: Conn…
 
Joey Sellars - Hepcat in the Classroom! Joey Sellers is a “Hepcat “by any standards of hepcat-ness. The award-winning Jazz trombonist, composer and arranger has been teaching for 20 years, influencing a new generation of jazzbos, hepcats and alligators to become serious musicians. Sellers is recipient of the Gil Evans Fellowship in Jazz Composition…
 
Before mp3 players came along in the mid 1990's, listening to audiobooks was a pain. The number of titles was tiny, narration was dull, and if you wanted to listen on the go, you had to juggle a bunch of clunky cassettes. Don Katz faced these frustrations every day while jogging. He was an accomplished writer who thought there was something special…
 
This week, we thought we'd bring you a little bonus from another show that Guy hosts called Wisdom From The Top. After becoming the CEO of PepsiCo in 2006, Indra Nooyi became the first woman and immigrant to run a Fortune 50 company. From Chennai, India, to Yale's School of Management, Nooyi worked her way up from The Boston Consulting Group, Motor…
 
In 2008, I interviewed Jeremy Lubbock for two BBC documentaries, “Richard Niles’ History of Pop Arranging” and “What is Melody?”. Jeremy was in fine form and discussed the current state of music, the music business and record companies. He also talked about his masterpiece recording “Awakening” conducted by his brother John and produced by George M…
 
On this Final Episode of Season 1 Lauren joins Anthony as they look back over the season. They also discuss a very cool KUtheDIP story, talk about George Washington Carver vs. George Floyd, discuss a recent confrontation with a thief that Anthony had, and discuss how Covid vaccine mandates are forcing officers out of jobs even in cities with soarin…
 
Janita (Jenny) Haan has been called “the most powerful voice in rock history” from her work with British ‘prog-rock band, Babe Ruth. With a career spanning an incredible 50 years, the band led by composer/arranger/guitarist Alan Shacklock had many hits, their single “The Mexican” being a hit twice when it was taken up by remixer Jellybean Benitez a…
 
For Christina Tosi, baking wasn't just a delicious childhood hobby—it was a daily creative outlet and a way to blow off steam. After college, she went to culinary school and honed her pastry technique at high-end restaurants in NYC. But she also craved the opportunity to make unfussy, nostalgic desserts like the ones she grew up eating. So in 2008,…
 
Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to discuss his favorite topic, the Kingdom of God. God’s kingdom here on earth is to be a colony of heaven that demonstrates how God intends the whole world to be. God’s righteous rule is just, and kind, and good, and right. The problem is that the gospel is presented a lot of times as a “save me” gospel…
 
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