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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
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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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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
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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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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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Kal & K.O. Show 🎙
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Podcast hosted by Kalvin Reed (The DJ) & retired 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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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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Steve Smith Podcast
 
Joe Osgood is in talking about the weather, Keno possibly coming to Claremont, having diner up at Kevin & Debby's place, North Korea Vs Guam, and more
 
Welcome to another episode of "The Karma Cast Podcast". We are finally back from our week off from podcasting and we are ready to make some content!. In this episode Christina and Gage interview a film creator/story teller/writer his name is Christopher Osgood from Maine! He tells us stories about his past and how he got to where he is today. B ...…
 
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Steve Smith Podcast
 
Joe Osgood is back from his mini vacation up in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. He and his wife brought their 4 grandchildren with them and had a blast. Joe and Steve talk camping, campers, the water park and more. Plus they talk about the State of NH changing the inspection stickers, if that's a good or bad thing, the importance of inspections and more.…
 
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Steve Smith Podcast
 
Joe Osgood is in studio talking about his up coming weekend get-a-way with his wife and granddaughters off to OOB Maine. We talk Old Orchard Beach, vacationing, Flo's Hotdogs & how Steve doesn't like to get yelled at by waitresses, going out for pancakes, Claremont's Rail to Trail system possibly open for ATV's, things we say regionally, Coroni ...…
 
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LIFECHURCH Reno Podcast
 
Stories of the Kingdom - Week 3 - Pastor Bill Osgood
 
The First Aid Course (Aired June 3, 1951) Our Miss Brooks, an American situation comedy, began as a radio hit in 1948 and migrated to television in 1952, becoming one of the earlier hits of the so-called Golden Age of Television, and making a star out of Eve Arden (1908-1990) as comely, wisecracking, but humane high school English teacher Conni ...…
 
It has been quite a summer for the lobster business, says our CBS News colleague Don Dahler...
 
Staying active is critical for people who've been left disabled by an accident or suffer from a painful health disorder...
 
It seems that plenty of kids nowadays would rather text than read a book...
 
Many of us have allergies. They can be more than just annoying. Some can be deadly...
 
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is out with his new health care bill...
 
One of the very first motion pictures ever made was of a horse running...
 
Why not take a quick trip around the world to hear what's being played in other countries?
 
You probably haven't heard of something called an "Encephalophone" - until now...
 
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Steve Smith Podcast
 
Joe Osgood is back in studio after missing last week because his driveway was being paved. Joe talks about the title companies keeping cars on Washington Street in Claremont & that the City of Claremont is looking into it, healthcare / Obamacare / Trumpcare, the wonderful world of ice cream, and lots more.…
 
There's a lot we don't know about brains - not only ours but the brains of other animals. Some scientists at Dartmouth think studying ferret brains can help us better understand our own.
 
Could the Gulf of Tonkin Incident have been caused by - sea creatures?
 
With all the comparisons between what's going on now in Washington and Watergate, you might note that today is the anniversary of an important event in the scandal that eventually brought down President Nixon. A man named Alexander Butterfield told investigators about a taping system in the White House.…
 
There's something new in the ocean: a gigantic iceberg - one of the biggest on record. It's going to take a long time for it to melt.
 
There are a lot of disturbing things going on in North Korea: a nuclear weapons program, human rights abuses, a totalitarian society and, for music lovers, bad music...
 
It gets really hot in the nation's capital in the summer, so members of the House and Senate like to get out of town and go home. But this year, some travel plans are being rearranged because of things like a planned revamp of the entire American health care system.
 
Smoking used to be common in this country - SO common, cigarette makers were pitching their products as doctor-approved... Today in 1957, the U.S. Surgeon General said, in essence, "You know what? Smoking cigarettes may not a good idea".
 
Trump administration officials say the science behind climate change isn't "settled", although that claim is getting strong pushback from most actual scientists. Now there's some controversy over the effects of climate change - how bad is it actually going to get?
 
Iraq's prime minister says it's the end of ISIS control of Mosul. It's not the end of ISIS, though. The fighting cost thousands of lives, most of them civilians, and left the city in ruins, but Iraq's prime minister says, with help from American forces, Mosul has now been liberated from ISIS, which claimed it had set up a caliphate back in 2014.…
 
He never in his wildest dreams imagined he'd be the subject of a hit Broadway musical. Today in 1804, Alexander Hamilton died of the wound he'd suffered in a duel.
 
How many passwords do you have? One study found we average 27! Some days, I think I have about 127 - and I can't remember any of them. Well, technology to the rescue! Except - some of the technical replacements for passwords are kind of creepy!
 
When it comes to the planets in our solar system, there's something a little odd about Mercury. So European and Japanese space officials have decided to take a closer look.
 
Did you ever come back from vacation and find mail piled up on your desk and your inbox filled with 500 urgent emails? It's kind of like that for members of Congress this week. Whether or not you feel sorry for them depends on whether you think it's their own fault.
 
We made communications history today in 1962. The Telstar satellite changed the way we humans communicate.
 
There are lots of things to worry about in the world. Turns out, there are some things to worry about OUT of this world, too. Like killer asteroids. Just ask the dinosaurs how bad they can be. But NASA is riding to the rescue. It's setting up a test to see if an asteroid heading toward Earth can be re-directed.…
 
Our oceans are enormous, but they're not infinite. That means the pollutants we put in the water don't go away. Case in point: microplastics - plastic fragments and fibers we've been dumping into the oceans for decades. Now scientists say they've found a new source of the stuff: our clothes.
 
More and more people in America are drinking distilled spirits from small boutique distilleries...
 
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime. Tatiana Cruz wants to avoid that...
 
About two billion people around the world use Facebook - and people can get pretty heated online at times...
 
Few team sports are as physically and mentally grueling as competitive rowing...
 
Looking for a healthier way to get from Point A to Point B? Our CBS News colleague John Blackstone says Google is working on that...
 
Stan Smith was a big name in tennis in the 1970's. But now, he's better known for the Adidas sneakers that bear his name...
 
There's a project in Orange County, California that is helping homeless veterans...
 
As more and more car companies get on board with self-driving technology, they're also trying to ease concerns that passengers might have about "driverless cars"...
 
Florida's coral reef is the only tropical reef system in the Continental United States, but it's slowly vanishing...
 
There's a brewery that's making a small, but tasty, difference by taking leftover bread - and using it to make craft beer...
 
Guns used in shootings are usually confiscated and destroyed, but one company in Philadelphia is turning them into jewelry...
 
"Casual Carpool" commuting is popping up in cities across the country, says our CBS News colleague John Blackstone...
 
In Malibu, the night time has become an ideal time for surfing, as our CBS News colleague Carter Evans found out...
 
There's a scam that promises to send a sweepstakes check to your front door - as long as you send some money first...
 
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