×
Pike Place Podcast public
[search 0]
×
Best Pike Place Podcast podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Pike Place Podcast podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
NW NERD is a magazine-style podcast focused on geek news and presenting original features with in-depth reporting. These are the stories that make us nerds; the people who make up the geekonomy; and issues woven throughout fandom. Expect to hear about pop culture, comics, film, TV, comic cons, cosplay, games, nerd news, and beyond. NW NERD is produced by a small team of independent journalists, including First Officer Dyer Oxley, and Ensign Brandon Haddix. Also featuring a rotating lineup of ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Crawfordsville starts a new year with a third-term mayor who says he won’t be letting up on plans for the city’s enhancement any time soon. What does Crawfordsville’s continued transformation look like—and what’s on top of the priority list? This week in our talk with Crawfordsville Mayor Todd Barton, we’ll discuss this month’s State of the City ad…
 
JK is back in Texas and ready to recap Pegasus weekend and look back to Nadal’s impressive maiden score. PTF is miffed about losing the chili cookout and considers asking old enemies for help. Then Brian Chenvert is here to talk about his win in the Pegasus contest, made even more special by the fact that his father, Bill Chenvert, ran second.…
 
Juliet discusses the book "Last Days of the Mighty Mekong" with author Brian Eyler, Senior Fellow and Director of The Stimson Center’s Southeast Asia Program. Brian shares insights into the development politics of China's (and other countries') hydropower dam construction, the environmental impacts of dams, and the resulting shifts in the day-to-da…
 
The play “A Poison Squad of Whispering Women” , produced by the Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette, opened Thursday for a special three-evening run at the Fowler House in Lafayette. The more intimate viewing experience brings audiences close to a story from the past with modern relevance. When playwright Kelly McBurnette-Andronicos moved to Indiana…
 
What an honor to have all three hosts of the Eclipse Awards -- Acacia Courtney, Britney Eurton, and Gabby Gaudet -- as guests on the new In the Ring show. We look ahead to this year's award show and take a quick glance at the races coming up this weekend. Then we have Sean Tugel and Lou Mazzarelli on to talk about the exciting new opportunity to in…
 
It’s the start of a new year in Frankfort, with new members of city council and some new hires in key city positions on the way. How does a mayor embarking on his own third term manage these transitions? This week in our talk with Frankfort Mayor Chris McBarnes, we’ll get a progress report on the ongoing construction of Frankfort’s Prairie Creek Pa…
 
PTF and JK start the show by looking back at Authentic’s win last weekend and discussing why the maiden breaking performance of Derby winners is getting later and later. Then they look ahead to a quartet of stakes races at Gulfstream and Santa Anita on Saturday. Last but not least, Chris Fallica is here to talk about his horseplaying and to preview…
 
School will be back in session starting next week for Purdue. The Siren and The Spectre might be the perfect horror book for students as the main character is - pause for dramatic effect - a Purdue professor! AHH! Written by West Lafayette High-School Teacher Jonathan Janz, this book is sure to scare you and not just with the presence/existence of …
 
It's an extended version of the show with a whole lot going on. We start off with PTF, JK and Sean Tugel catching up after a holiday break. Then Saffie Joseph, Jr. is here to talk about his recent stakes winners, what sets him apart in the claiming game, and his family's history in racing. Next up, Mike Campbell of the Illinois Thoroughbred Horseme…
 
For some, the definition of free speech is that while one person may find another’s statement disagreeable, that doesn’t diminish the right to make that statement. And so Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski is in a bit of a pickle regarding another drop of KKK flyers in his city. Does he speak out and raise the city’s profile on the issue of racism, or …
 
In this episode, Erik talks with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Fellow at NYU Journalism Institute - Lili Pike about China's involvement in Cambodia's energy sector, including an incredible story of a private Chinese furniture manufacturer who bought a closed-down 600MW dirty coal plant from a Chinese SOE and is now moving it piece by piece to …
 
The Indiana Department of Education released 2019 federal school ratings Friday, while state letter grades remain on hold. Districts and schools received two letter grades last year: one from the feds and one from the state. Now, after officials submitted a change to the state’s Every Student Succeeds Act or ESSA plan last year, schools are getting…
 
This week on the PIKE PLACE PODCAST, we celebrate the NEW YEAR with a rebroadcast of the FRIENDS OF THE MARKET!! Without these guys the MARKET would NOT be here.This is the FIRST of THREE episodes we did on the FRIENDS, so if you like it listen to the TWO other episodes. LETS LISTEN! . . . . . . . . . Listen to the show on Spotify!https://open.spot…
 
Special guest Mike Smith makes our final show of 2019 one to remember as he sits down with our own Naomi Tukker (12:34). Before that, Naomi and Pete shoot the breeze about their holiday plans and quick thoughts on Opening Day at Santa Anita. At the end of the show, PTF is back to explain why JK couldn't appear on this show and it was not his fault …
 
It’s been a year of raucous debate in Montgomery County – about wind farms, confined feeding operations and about the lawmakers who make the decisions. Much of it is separate from the workings of the city of Crawfordsville, but it has an effect on the way public discourse is conducted throughout the county. This week, on our last Ask The Mayor prog…
 
No racing content today but I did want to share with you a short musical interlude. Originally aired on WFUV last Saturday, herein Perrin and I take over the airwaves for our annual holiday check-in and greeting.For more Xmas music, check out today's re-broadcast of Steve Byk's At the Races or find our musical special over at https://stevebyk.com/b…
 
It's the holiday season, which means it is time for family, fun, gift-giving, and more. However, in the darker portions of America's history, it wasn't the case that everyone got to celebrate the same way. Yuletide in Dixie by former Purdue Professor Robert E. May looks at how enslaved African Americans in the Old South celebrated Christmas. While …
 
While Frankfort leaders are hoping to draw more people to the area this holiday season for winter festivities, they’re also faced with a problem: where all those people are going to park, especially as year-round residents get frosty about wanting to share those same spaces. So on this week’s Ask The Mayor program, we’ll chat with Chris McBarnes ab…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login