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The Osgood Files
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"The news of the day is so goofy at times, it just seems to fit into couplets and rhymes" is CBS News Correspondent Charles Osgood's way of explaining why, form time to time, he reports the news in poetry instead of prose. Often called CBS News' "poet in residence," Osgood writes most of his verse for his four weekday broadcasts on CBS Radio. On this series, instead of concentrating on up-to-the-minute hard news (the latest word from the battlefield or Capitol Hill), his specialty is so-call ...
 
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The Osgood File
Daily+
 
Credibility. When you think of Charles Osgood you think credibility. Host of The Osgood File, Charles Osgood is one of the most respected journalists in the radio & television industries. Charles Osgood is heard on approximately 300 stations across the nation. Featured in morning drive each weekday, Osgood helps start the day with four commentaries. Each three-minute Osgood File focuses on a different story, with topics ranging from national headlines to whimsical human-interest vignettes. W ...
 
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Osgoode Hall pOZcast
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The pOZcast is a student-run podcast produced at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Canada. We share the stories of the people, places, and going-ons at Osgoode Hall. It features interviews with Osgoode Hall Law Faculty, students, and other members of the Osgoode Community. www.pozcast.ca @ozlawpod ozlaw.pod@gmail.com
 
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Flowers and Ferns in their Haunts by WRIGHT, Mabel Osgood
 
Pleasant non-fiction journey into the backwoods of the New England coastal countryside by the first president of the Connecticut Audubon Society, circa 1900. (Summary by BellonaTimes)
 
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The Osgood File
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Credibility. When you think of Charles Osgood you think credibility. Host of The Osgood File, Charles Osgood is one of the most respected journalists in the radio & television industries. Charles Osgood is heard on approximately 300 stations across the nation. Featured in morning drive each weekday, Osgood helps start the day with four commentaries. Each three-minute Osgood File focuses on a different story, with topics ranging from national headlines to whimsical human-interest vignettes. W ...
 
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Calvary UMC Fargo, ND - Sermons
Weekly
 
One of our core values at Calvary is the authority of Scripture. We believe God’s Word is our foundation of truth and our road map for living. Join us for weekly teaching and encounter the Lord in powerful new ways!
 
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Kal & K.O. 🎙
Weekly+
 
Kalvin Reed (The DJ) & former NFL pro-bowler Kassim Osgood (The Jock). Stories and Topics from sports, entertainment, current events..... and whatever comes to mind when the mics are on.
 
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Edgar Allan Poe Poems by Edgar Allan Poe
 
Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's ...
 
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Selected Lullabies of Eugene Field by FIELD, Eugene
 
The sweetest songs the world has ever heard are the lullabies that have been crooned above its cradles. The music of Beethoven and Mozart, of Mendelssohn and Schumann may perish, but so long as mothers sing their babies to sleep the melody of cradle lullabies will remain. Of all English and American writers the one who sang most often and most exquisitely these cradle songs was Eugene Field, the children's poet. His verses not only have charm as poetry, but a distinct song quality and a naiv ...
 
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Challenge of the Yukon
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ExploreTraveler Presents:https://ExploreTraveler.comCHALLENGE OF THE YUKONChallenge of the Yukon was a long-running radio series that began on Detroit's station WXYZ (as had The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet), and an example of a Northern genre story. The series was first heard on February 3, 1938.The program was an adventure series about Sergeant William Preston of the Northwest Mounted Police and his lead sled dog, Yukon King, as they fought evildoers in the Northern wilderness during t ...
 
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In today’s Back Story, one WCBS pioneer tells us about another, as Charles Osgood looks back on the role Paley played as the man at the helm of the station.
 
In basketball, it would be hard to find better at passing the ball than Michael Gibson...
 
We all have our favorite movies. But which films deserve to be preserved forever?
 
In Boston, there is a program that's helping former gang members to go back to school...
 
More and more doctors are choosing not to accept insurance - and instead to charge monthly fees...
 
Every year, millions of people fall victim to Internet scams...
 
In the wetlands around Ann Arbor, Michigan, researchers have set up what they call the "Internet of Water"...
 
We are bombarding ourselves with what is known as "blue light" - from our phones, our computers and more...
 
There's a 3D method in Britain that lets customers pay for items at a store - with just a touch of a finger...
 
Doctors at Columbia University have removed what might be the largest cardiac tumor ever recorded...
 
You probably know the name of the first man to walk on the Moon, Neil Armstrong. And the last?
 
With holiday shopping in full swing, many retailers are offering big discounts...
 
How do you unlock your home or your office? Maybe you use a key. What about your clothes?
 
Many people in this country are hitting the road - in RV's...
 
We wrap up our 50 People to Know series with a conversation with legendary newsman Charles Osgood - one of the original WCBS News Anchors.
 
In Silicon Valley, there is a housing crisis...
 
In Massachusetts, there is a "livestock sitter"...
 
There is a developer who is preparing for the end of the world...
 
Bitcoin is the hottest currency in the world...
 
We humans are still hoping to go to Mars someday...
 
The FDA recently approved a new device that could help some people to cope with chronic pain...
 
A high school jazz teacher is turning music lessons into life lessons...
 
The first stop for many arrivals from Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria is Orlando, Florida...
 
People who can and do work from home may be more productive, but...
 
Where do big cats go when they have a big problem with their teeth?
 
Ever heard of "activated charcoal"? It's the key ingredient in a food fad...
 
This Thursday marks 76 years since the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor...
 
On our previous broadcast, David Martin of CBS News was telling us about Joe George...
 
Workers at a Honda engine plant in Anna, Ohio combined their skills to give one of their colleagues a hand - literally...
 
On our previous broadcast, Scott Light was telling us about the workers at a Honda engine plant in Anna, Ohio...
 
It seems scientists have taken a big step toward not only understanding life, but making it...
 
Today in 1913 was a big one when it came to making automobiles, thanks to Henry Ford...
 
Those of us who are a few pounds - or maybe more than a few pounds - overweight know that shedding some of them is a good idea...
 
If you haven't bought your non-artificial Christmas tree yet, well, maybe you should think about a Plan B...
 
Alma Johnson is a Louisiana woman who is known as the "Neighborhood Nanny"...
 
It's estimated that about 12,000 people a year in this country suffer from strokes in the eye...
 
If you're trying to lose weight and reach fitness goals, snapping a selfie could pay off...
 
There's a young man in California who not very long ago did not have a home...
 
For the first time in more than a decade, the nation's heart experts are changing the guidelines for high blood pressure...
 
More and more doctors are choosing not to accept insurance - and instead to charge monthly fees...
 
A startup company in Japan has gotten into the act by creating a "smart shirt" - with stretchable wires and sensors built into the fabric...
 
Resorts and spas for pets are popping up from coast to coast, pampering animals from head to paw...
 
In Baltimore, there is a place that aims to feed hungry minds. Our CBS News colleague Steve Hartman will take us there...
 
There is a water aerobics workout that helps your core - by making a fantasy come true...
 
It's far too easy to keep looking down at our smartphones when we should be paying attention to what's all around us...
 
On this day in 1927, the Holland Tunnel - which runs under the Hudson River between New York and Jersey City, New Jersey - opened for traffic...
 
Montpelier is the Virginia home of President James Madison, the father of the Constitution, and architect of the Bill of Rights...
 
When pets get sick, a trip to the vet isn't cheap. But now, some employers are helping pet owners by offering pet insurance as work perks...
 
Artificial Intelligence is now helping companies to decide which job applicants to hire...
 
There are more and more American restaurants in London, where the appetite for our sort of food is at an all-time high...
 
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