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Myth Dynamite is a labour of absolute and unequivocal love for ancient mythology. We - Abi and Sarah - met back in 2016 when we both decided to happily sacrifice another year of further study at the altar of the Olympian Gods. We left a year later, with shiny new MA Classics degrees, and a firm friendship.​ Ever since we've had dinner after dinner (billed as catch ups) that would unsurprisingly result in conversations on myth, and how its many, many stories reflect and refract some of today' ...
 
Press play on the show to hear comedians and other funny people discuss the realities of modern dating. Each chat begins with a weird or ridiculous dating experience before getting into their unique approach to relationships including any pandemic related factors. Through these powerful episodes we will uncover what not to do when looking for love and points will be awarded for the best insights. Our lives may have changed but there’s never been a better time to level up with Dating Games.
 
Useless robots, minimalist shoes, and "offensive" card games up to the friggin' Pope's stinky eyeballs! (Ewww!) That's crowdfunding in a nutshell, but it's also our modern world - a vast creativity desert, populated almost exclusively by scammers and dummies, practically coded to prey upon our pathological consumerism, permanently on the precipice of collapsing onto itself. Plus, there's a shitload of USB cables everywhere. But it's not all bad. Most concepts springing from the twin Idea Hel ...
 
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Alex and Graham began this 150th episode of Wire Taps (podcast episode 234 overall) by reviewing some of the show's “greatest hits”. A huge thankyou to our listening audience for making this podcast a pleasure to produce, record, and share each week! Beyond the fanfare of a milestone episode, Alex highlighted more waitlist movement, and the anticip…
 
In Delaware County, the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners passed an ordinance, that if abortion becomes illegal in the state of Pennsylvania, local police would take a step back. KYW Newsradio's Nina Baratti explains. (photo credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)By Audacy
 
Philadelphia airport executives and the mayor are backing a charter change, to make the city’s Division of Aviation a cabinet-level position. As KYW’s Mike DeNardo reports, if City Council agrees, the idea will be put before voters this fall. (Photo: William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)By Audacy
 
Capital Hill correspondent Scott MacFarlane and KYW Newsradio's Michelle Durham discuss a bill in Congress aimed a preventing another baby formula shortage. They also discuss another bill in Congress that will crack down on domestic terrorism according to the bill's supporters.By Audacy
 
Disgraced Attorney General Kathleen Kane is on her way to a substance abuse treatment center in Chester County after admitting she violated her probation when she was arrested for driving under the influence in Scranton in March. KYW Suburban Bureau Chief Jim Melwert reports from Norristown.By Audacy
 
Straight from Jacko’s hyperbolic chamber…it’s the YKS boys! On today’s show we’re doing all kinds of fun shit. First you got this Mike guy, who knows a lot about the TV show Friends. Then you got this JF character, and whoaaa boy, look out for that guy. And when they both get the woke mind virus? Ah golly! Well, let’s just hope they had enough time…
 
New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection on Wednesday is shutting down a few areas that have become popular destinations for partying, ATV riding and unguarded swimming. KYW South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty tells us these same places were also closed last summer. (Image credit: Suriya Silsaksom/Getty Images)…
 
The Phillies avoided a sweep to the Dodgers in extra innings. After the wild come-from-behind 4-3 win, Manager Joe Girardi had a possible — optimistic — reason why the Phillies’ expensive offense has seemed so underwhelming through 41 games. KYW Newsradio's Dave Uram has more. (Image credit: Eric Hartline/USA Today Sports)…
 
Philadelphia International says they're expecting about 7.7 million passengers this summer. Officials say that's a 233% increase compared to the summer of 2020, and an 18% increase from June to August of last year. As KYW Newsradio's Nina Baratti reports, it's a sign more people are getting comfortable again to take flight. (Photo: Mark Makela/Gett…
 
We’re back with the latest monthly hosts episode. Join us for chat on boundaries, being a secondary partner and synchronised swimming… Join our Subsription on Apple Podcasts for ad free episodes + bonus content Check out our award winning mental health podcast HERE Find Bobby on Twitter or InstagramBy Bobby Temps
 
Ticks are out in full force throughout the region and an area veterinarian is urging pet owners to take preventive measures to keep their animals healthy. Dr. Alicia Royer is the shelter veterinarian at mainline animal rescue. She recommends that flee and tick collars or medications be used all year round. (Image credit: Getty Images)…
 
We all know there's drama in high school sports — so it's the perfect setting for a play. Theatre Horizon's latest production, 'Athena', is a comedy about girls' fencing. Director Kathryn MacMillan says the show focuses on the challenges of competing as an athlete while you're still growing as a teenager.…
 
The latest project from Mural Arts Philadelphia supports a national movement to end the one exception in the Constitution’s anti-slavery amendment. KYW’s City Hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports. (Image © 2022, City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Cuong Tran/Mike. Photo by Akeil Robertson. Courtesy of Mural Arts.)…
 
Cops in the Garden State write about 100,000 tickets per year for a minor issue that a number of state legislators want to address. They've been getting complaints about the practice from a lot of drivers... As we hear from KYW Newsradio's South Jersey reporter Mike Dougherty. (Image credit: Getty Images)…
 
Starting on Monday, masks will once again be required in the Philadelphia School District due to a consistent rise in COVID cases. Masks must be worn in schools and on all school buses. All of the collar counties around Philadelphia are in the CDC’s “high COVID community transmission” category. That has some suburban school districts moving back to…
 
Before ‘Hamilton’ or even ‘In the Heights’, a guy from Philadelphia met Lin-Manuel Miranda at college and started a hip-hop improv group called Freestyle Love Supreme. That group eventually went to Broadway and is now touring the country. They’ll be at the Miller Theater from June 7-12, and that guy from Philadelphia - Anthony Veneziale - tells us …
 
A Philadelphia woman who was charged with beating, burning, and starving a 4-year-old child she was caring for has pleaded guilty to third-degree murder. KYW Newsradio's crime and justice reporter Kristen Johanson has more. (Image credit: Philadelphia Police Department)By Audacy
 
So many childcare centers have closed because of the pandemic that it's leaving thousands of parents on waitlists to get their children into childcare. Parents and educators are fed up. KYW’s Antionette Lee was in Montgomery County where childhood education leaders and advocates took to an empty classroom to bring a message to state lawmakers……
 
It's tick season, and Pennsylvania has the most number of reported cases of Lyme disease in the country. Most cases of the tick-borne illness are found right here in southeastern Pennsylvania. KYW Newsradio's John McDevitt has advice on what to do if you find a tick on yourself or somebody else. (Image credit: Getty Images)…
 
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