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Tune in with the Tumbleweed Cowpoke Radio Show, on I Heart radio; enjoy a one-hour episode with hosts, Cindy K Roberts, alias Cisco-Cindy and Stacie Smith alias the Wagon Master as they take you back in time revisiting the tales of yesteryear and playing western tunes that were long forgotten on the prairie. Weekly episodes including all things western, cowboy, ranching, gunslingers, horses, mules, and riding the dusty trail. Ride with The Tumbleweed Cowpoke Radio Show, on I Heart Radio.
 
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Superboy: The Legacy Podcast

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Superboy: The Legacy Podcast

Sam J. Rizzo with Tom Gallagher, Dave Arroyo, Adam Basciano, & Chris Jacobsen

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SUPERBOY: THE LEGACY’s mission is to celebrate and honor the 1988-1992 SUPERBOY: THE SERIES legacy on television. The podcast recognizes the blood, sweat, and tears that went into the production of all 100 episodes of the show. This podcast pays tribute to the writers, directors, cast and crew whom made this series a success; while adding to the rich tapestry of Superman on film and television.
 
Once Upon a Crime is a weekly true crime podcast that tells “the story behind the story” of real life crime. Told in a storytelling style, listeners are presented facts and information about each case they won’t hear anywhere else. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com. We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4. Privacy Policy: https://www.studio71.com/terms-and-conditions-use/#Privacy%20Policy.
 
The Salted Spirit Podcast is a conversation runway for adventurous waterwomen crushing the female status quo, and living life on their own terms. These international women range from Surfers, Free Divers, Stunt Doubles, Sailors, Adventure Travel Hosts, Ocean Expeditionists, and so much more. Learn how to dive deep into your cultural roots, to create your most meaningful future, refine your purpose, all while connecting with an international community of waterwomen who are dedicated to ocean ...
 
Welcome to Positive Impact with Andrew Schultz, where each week we bring you messages or people contributing a positive impact in the community and amplifying the message of inspiration, hope, and courage. People from all walks of life doing meaningful work that matters, living into their purpose, and making a difference in the lives of others.
 
F*ck Yo Podcast is an explicit podcast that airs every other Thursday live on YouTube @9:05pm Hosted by Star. She discusses the issues of today’s society, social media gossip/bullshit, and the everyday struggles of living while black. The highlights are dedicated to her giving relationship advice and talking shit with the viewers. If you’re looking to unwind, laugh, and be highly entertained, grab a drink and come hang with me.
 
This podcast is my own personal journey as a Domestic Violence survivor and advocate and along the way as I found my own voice I’m able to give other survivors and victims of Domestic Violence a platform to tell there stories of resilience and survival.I’m a voice for the voiceless.Let’s keep the conversation open about Domestic violence and how we can help those who are silenced speak up.cash app is $survivorpodcast43 please help and donate to the podcast it helps each episode be promoted t ...
 
What's Your Bliss? is a podcast about what brings someone absolute joy or bliss. Host Thomas Ragland takes you on a journey each week into something that brings a guest bliss, their personal history with the topic, and a look into societal history and context for the topic, as well as tips for how listeners can bring these pieces of bliss into their lives.
 
The Deal Farm Podcast was created to educate, inspire and connect real estate investors. Learn the insider information you need to be successful as a part-time or full-time real estate investor. Listen to some of the top real estate investors in the country as they share their experiences in our "Best Deal Ever" episodes. Gain inside knowledge in the ever evolving world of real estate investing as Ken Corsini shares his strategies and insights for buying and selling over 100 properties per y ...
 
The Daily Gardener is a Monday - Friday Gardening Podcast. ⏰ Every day the show features: 🗞 Garden News & Advice 🏰 Botanical History & Literature 🖌 📚 An Inspiring Garden Book Recommendation 🌟 Botanic Sparks - Stories to Grow a Gardener’s Heart ❤️🌸🌱 Note to writers and creatives: I love highlighting the work of folks who write about botany, horticulture, and gardening. So if you fall into that category please reach out. Read more & connect on Social Media or at thedailygardener.org
 
Chris Adler hosts a weekly podcast with a different guest in a unique location every week. Topics include fighting, food, faith, fitness, photography, science, relationships, art, music, movies, motorcycles and more!
 
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Community Blooms

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Community Ecology Institute

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Are you tired of the doomsday climate scenarios, overwhelming forecasts, or general bad news? Join us for refreshing, inspiring, and hopeful stories from real people in different communities working to protect the environment, educate those around them, and improve the health of their communities. Community Blooms is a podcast by the Community Ecology Institute (CEI), non-profit organization with a mission to "cultivate communities where people and nature thrive together."
 
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An heiress builds a grand mansion as a showplace on a hill in the San Francisco Bay Area. But, it would become a white elephant and an eyesore during its long history. And, in 1985, it became a house of horrors for two young women. Resources: People v. Raley, Supreme Court of California Appeal, June 18, 1992. Retrieved from Findlaw.com. “Yesterday’…
 
Neil Hargreaves Listen to the podcast with this player: Neil Hargreaves was a light keeper for Trinity House in England from 1974-1988, and he is the founder and chairman of the Association of Lighthouse Keepers. Neil, who was originally from Lancashire, spent the first two years of his light keeping career on light vessels, mostly the Newarp light…
 
Welcome back to episode number 2 of Season 3. Thanks for listening to the Sports Town Podcast or the STP Pod for short. Whether you are listening on an audio platform such as Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Pandora and others, thanks so much. Don’t forget to rate the podcast. It would help out tremendously. And if you are listening on YouTu…
 
"Lack of boundaries are a breeding ground for resentments." "I believe 80% of mental health issues are a result of unresolved trauma trapped in the body. I believe that everyone has the potential to heal." -Ilene Smith Ilene was the perfect guest to help us kickoff Season #4 of the Positive Impact Podcast! She is the author of Moving Beyond Trauma:…
 
All relationship topics and dear FYP letters are read at the end of each show www.fypodcast.com Email us with questions or topics at fypodcast1@gmail.com Philadelphia police have released surveillance video of a vehicle wanted in connection with the murder of a pregnant woman last year. Jessica Covington was 32-years-old. https://6abc.com/jessica-c…
 
In Episode #18, Sam and his co-hosts invite back none other than the great Michael Manno aka Leo to the podcast. This time the team offers commentaries to episode eight of the Superboy series entitled , "The Fixer," from the first season. Michael tells some great stories and highlights some of his favorite scenes through the course of the commentar…
 
On Episode 234 of the Enormocast, I connect via lousy internet with Belgian, Siebe Vanhee. At the moment of recording, Siebe is sitting inside the famous “Caf’ in Yosemite valley – the appropriate site of so much spray over the years. Siebe is in the valley with Sebastien Berthe to attempt the Dawn Wall. Siebe … Continue reading "Enormocast 234: Si…
 
July 27, 2001 Jeanine Sanchez Harms went missing after a night out with friends in Campbell, California. A man she'd only become acquainted with that night, Maurice Xavier Nasmeh, would be suspected of involvement in her disappearance. After a problematic investigation and numerous delays, the case would end in a shocking conclusion. Resources: "Wh…
 
Welcome back to season number 3. Thanks again for listening to the Sports Town podcast. Where you are listening on an audio platform such as Apple podcast, Spotify, Google podcast, Pandora or other thanks so much. Don’t forget to rate the podcast. It would help out tremendously. And if you are listening on YouTube don’t forget to subscribe, feel fr…
 
The growing limestone trade in Midcoast Maine led to the establishment of a light station at Owl’s Head, at the entrance to Rockland Harbor, in 1825. A tall lighthouse wasn’t necessary because of the height of the promontory. The light is exactly 100 feet above sea level. The present 30-foot brick lighthouse tower replaced the original one in 1852.…
 
Survivor,Coach and Motivational speaker Kari talks about overcoming emotional abuse by a former Girl friend.Trigger warning for this episode.Domestic shelters .org is a good place to find a shelter near you or a program near you for all of your DV needs.Kari talks about how abuse comes in all relationships.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.f…
 
FAMILIES WHO KILL: THE DONUT SHOP MURDERS is a story about the McCrarys, a family who terrorized small-town America, committing murders, robberies, abductions and general mayhem everywhere they went. Led by the criminal duo of Sherman, and his son-in-law Carl, this extremely disturbed family targeted people working in donut shops. Make sure you fol…
 
Photographer Mike Leonard lives in Yarmouth, Maine. His work is frequently seen in books, magazines, and on television, including the Weather Channel. His photos have also been seen on the National Geographic Wild program. He enjoys shooting landscapes and seascapes, including lighthouses, as well as nighttime scenes. Mike offers workshops on digit…
 
Ready to migrate from ASP.NET Web Forms? Carl and Richard talk to Veli Pehlivanov about his work helping organizations modernize their ASP.NET Web Forms applications. Veli talks about finding an appropriate migration strategy for the application, often keeping the existing app in operation while modernization efforts happen piece by piece. The chal…
 
Wednesday 5th January 2021 Dietetics Digest The views discussed on the podcast are the views of the guest alone and not of another organisation. Endoscopy Trained Dietitian? with Graeme Syme RD (Episode 10) Graeme Syme is a Clinical Specialist Dietitian & Clinical Endoscopist at Barts Health NHS Trust. Graeme Syme (Linkedin) If you enjoyed the podc…
 
On Episode 233 of the Enormocast, I sit down with musician and climber, Bradley “Chum” Carter. Chum grew up climbing in Tennessee and the greater Southeast, but did stints in the Northwest and Yosemite and Hueco and beyond. Somewhere in there, he also became an accomplished multi-instrument musician. Then came the difficult task of “balancing” … Co…
 
Paradise Island in the Bahamas was formerly known as Hog Island. With an area of about 685 acres, it’s located just offshore from the city of Nassau. The island was bought by the A&P supermarket heir Huntington Hartford in 1959, and the name was changed from Hog Island to Paradise Island. The island was heavily developed and is best known today for…
 
Tiny Cockspur Island is located at the mouth of the south channel of Georgia’s Savannah River. An unlighted day beacon tower built on the island in the 1830s, later converted into a lighthouse in the late 1840s, was destroyed by a hurricane in 1854. The 46-foot-tall lighthouse that still stands today was built in 1856 on the old foundation. The tow…
 
In this bonus episode, I speak with Dana Goodyear, the host of the true crime podcast series Lost Hills: Dead in the Water. In January 1981, Verna Johnson-Roehler and her young son, Doug, drowned while boating thirty miles off the coast of Malibu. Verna’s husband, Fred Roehler, was the sole survivor and only witness. Initially, the deaths were rule…
 
It’s no secret that the tech industry has a diversity problem. Dr. Dédé Tetsubayashi, a product equity, inclusion and tech ethicist, joins to discuss how the lack of representation within tech adversely impacts product equity and user experiences, and how tech companies can be more inclusive. Dr. Dédé also shares how she educates and empowers indiv…
 
Show Notes: On the last episode of the year, Lorena and I break down the case of family annihilator, Chris Watts. Resources: “Chris Watts: A Complete Timeline of the Murder of His Wife and Daughters” by Rachel Change for Biography.com, Sept 29, 2020. https://www.biography.com/news/chris-watts-wife-daughters-murder-mistress-confession-timeline “New …
 
The Flying Santa is a tradition that dates back to 1929, serving to express gratitude to lighthouse keepers, Coast Guard personnel, and their families through Yuletide visits by plane or helicopter. The tradition was started by Captain William Wincapaw, a pioneering Maine aviator. To show his appreciation for the people at the lighthouses in Midcoa…
 
On Episode 232 of the Enormocast, I meet up across the pond with fellow podcaster, Niall Grimes. Niall grew up during “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland and learned to climb on his local crags amid that terrible conflict. But as soon as he knew what was good for him, Niall moved the storied city of … Continue reading "Enormocast 232: Niall Grimes –…
 
Thomas talks with Dr. Cyndi Burnett, Director of Possibilities for Creativity and Education. Cyndi talks about her bliss of helping others live a more creative life, being an “idea doula” bringing others ideas to life, starting out as a professional actor in musical theater, teaching creativity for the last 20 years, our perception of ourselves lim…
 
From a newly immigrated nanny to CEO, Jackie Glenn has embraced life’s challenges with boldness and humility, always being true to herself and giving back to those who come after her. It’s this commitment to helping others, which led Jackie to write her instructional biography, Lift As I Climb: An Immigrant Girl’s Journey Through Corporate America.…
 
This week I’ll discuss the Nicole Brown/Ron Goldman murders with my sister, Yolanda. We’ll go over the evidence, timeline, and motivation for the crimes that all point to OJ Simpson as the killer. We’ll also discuss why the jury may have decided to acquit Simpson of the double homicide even in the face of overwhelming evidence of his guilt. Resourc…
 
Hilton Head Island, or simply Hilton Head, is a barrier island about 20 miles northeast of Savannah, Georgia, and 95 miles southwest of Charleston, South Carolina. The island features 12 miles of beaches and is a popular vacation destination. It’s also a golf mecca with 33 courses on the island. Harbour Town Lighthouse, South Carolina. Photo by Jer…
 
Special Guest Host Neeks @Neekskitchen on IG Follow us @fypodcast on IG All relationship topics and dear FYP letters are read at the end of each show www.fypodcast.com Email us with questions or topics at fypodcast1@gmail.com Jussie Smollett has been found guilty on five counts of felony disorderly conduct by a Chicago jury. https://www.cnn.com/us/…
 
Women of color face unique gender and racial barriers to their professional advancement and are less likely to move into leadership roles. In today’s bonus episode, we speak to the women of The FLI Collective, a lifestyle podcast that deals with the experiences of being first generation and low income in academia. We examine some of these challenge…
 
Thomas talks with Staci Bartley, host of the Love Shack podcast. Staci talks about her bliss of helping people create a love for a lifetime, how love became the essence of her being and recognizing this at her father’s funeral, how she learned boundaries and asking for what she needed in relationships, what she learned as a teenage mother, how huma…
 
Stuck on how to turn your passion project into so much more? After more than a decade in accounting and finance at companies like Morgan Stanley, Viacom, and Johnson & Johnson, Beth Diana Smith left her six-figure salary and the corporate world to launch her own interior design firm, Beth Diana Smith Interior Design. Her style is modern and eclecti…
 
In this episode I break down the myths and realities of infamous serial killer, Edmund Emil Kemper, “The Co-Ed Killer”. My special guest is Emerson Murray, author of The Murder Capital of the World. You can find out more about Emerson and purchase the book at www.emersonmurray.com/murder-capital-of-the-world To enter a drawing to receive a copy of …
 
St. Simons is part of a cluster of barrier islands located off the southeastern Georgia coast. The original lighthouse on St. Simons was a 75-foot-tall tower that was built in 1810. When Confederate troops retreated from the area in 1861, they blew up the lighthouse so it wouldn’t serve as an aid to navigation for Union warships. The 104-foot-tall …
 
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