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The Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, an Illinois not-for-profit organization, is committed to presenting the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
 
Opening June 2013, the premiere of KING KONG will be a landmark theatrical event. This iconic story of King Kong and his battle for survival in New York City is being produced by Global Creatures, the creators of spectaculars Walking With Dinosaurs and How To Train Your Dragon, and helmed by American theatre and opera director Daniel Kramer, with a book by Craig Lucas.
 
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On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: how local museums and historical societies are finding ways to “LIKE” Facebook. Then, on “All Over The Map,” San Juan Islands residents are working to change the name of Harney Channel. And, From The Archives: the extreme winter of 1861-1862. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
Ar. Avinash Nawathe approaches design like a poet, for him it all starts with the words, the underlying concept that is to be put to meter in form of a 'sketch'. His ability to connect architecture with the essence of life, i.e. human emotion, is what made him the stalwart he is today. There were many who influenced him, not just with his career bu…
 
Having the urge and inquisitiveness to learn and explore, Shivkumar Javdekar earned his Civil Engineering degree from Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Pune. Getting the perfect head start, Shivkumar started his career as a Junior Engineer with the esteemed Shapoorji Pallonji at their Mercedes Benz (c/o Tata Motors) plant in …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel, a look back at the legendary D.B. Cooper skyjacking of November 24, 1971. With special guests including FBI Special Agent Larry Carr, passenger Larry Finegold, and Brian Ingram, who found some of Cooper’s cash in 1980. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the World War II landmark tucked away in the woods in Shoreline. Then, on “All Over The Map,” can you solve The Mystery of Thanksgiving Island? And, From The Archives: the man who survived a fiery airliner crash in Burien. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Meet the man behind films like Harishchandra chi factory and Chintoo. In 1979, he Shrirang started his career as a stage actor when he joined Theatre Academy, Pune. He acted in Jabbar Patel's Ghashiram Kotwal, Padgham and Satish Alekar's Mahanirvan, Pralay, Bhint, Atireki. In 1986, he started writing his own plays. He started writing for Grips Thea…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: touring Seattle's Neptune Theatre in honor of its centennial. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a new Northwest history book for kids was just recalled by the publisher to fix errors. And, From The Archives: the mystery man responsible for Seattle’s founders choosing to come to Puget Sound. Se…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Northwest Railway Museums brings a locomotive home. Then, on “All Over The Map,” one of Washington’s oldest service stations is still in business. And, From The Archives: Kirkland’s hidden heavy-metal history. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the enduring fantasy of cannons lost by the US Army in the Evergreen State. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the giant Winlock Egg celebrates a birthday. And, From The Archives: a haunted hotel in Tokeland on the Washington coast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Rahul Solapurkar is an actor par excellence and has contributed as an actor in marathi cinema with the films like Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, Rajmata Jijau, Dhumakool, Jai Hind and Natha Pure Aata. Also v.well know for his portrayal of Taklya Haiwan in Thartharat (1987). For the last 40 years he has been working as a professional actor on stage, televi…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: preservation or demolition is ahead for Memorial Stadium at Seattle Center. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the border town of Danville prepares for the return of Canadians. And, From The Archives: remembering the ‘snagboat’ W.T. Preston. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Meet Punekar Praful Chandawarkar, Founder and Managing Director, Chiranjeev Restaurant and Foods Pvt Ltd (Malaka Spice Group). Praful's career spans more than 32 years post his Hospitality Management and Business Management academia. For the last 23 years he has owned and operated the brand that is Malaka Spice which still sounds as if it started y…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a visit to the Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive. Then, on “All Over The Map,” how and why did Microsoft name the Zune? And, From The Archives: remembering the gusts and bluster of the 1962 Columbus Day Storm. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: meteorologist M.J. McDermott’s forgotten history of hosting a kids’ show. Then, on “All Over The Map,” searching for traces of the old Roosevelt Highway. And, From The Archives: it’s been almost a year since the Elephant Car Wash sign packed its trunk. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
 
Actor Dan Stevens discusses his latest film I'M YOUR MAN with moderator Janelle Riley (Variety). In this playfully romantic tale about what love and longing really mean in the modern age, Alma (Maren Eggert) is a scientist coerced into participating in an extraordinary study in order to obtain research funds for her work. For three weeks, she has t…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: looking for the real ghosts of hijacker D.B. Cooper. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the forgotten centennial of a monument at Mount Rainier. And, From The Archives: men from Portland created Seattle’s first housing boom in 1851. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Writer/Director/Actor Natalie Morales discusses her directing debut LANGUAGE LESSONS with moderator Carlos Aguilar (LA Times). This conversation was recorded at the Landmark in Los Angeles on 9/10/21. When Adam's (Mark Duplass) husband surprises him with weekly Spanish lessons, he's unsure about where or how this new element will fit into his alrea…
 
Producer Talleah Bridges McMahon and Editor Cinque Northern discuss their new documentary MY NAME IS PAULI MURRAY with moderator Jasmyne Cannick. This conversation was recorded at The Landmark in Los Angeles on 9/17/21. They are one of the most influential figures in American 20th century history. It’s time you learn their name. Fifteen years befor…
 
In this exclusive interview, Academy Award Best Actress winner Juliette Binoche gets deep into the psychology of self-deception, self-acceptance, social media, aging and more, as it relates to her latest film, WHO YOU THINK I AM, a romantic cyber-drama turned psychological thriller. In the film she plays a dual role, that of Claire, a mature litera…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: it’s been three years since the Aberdeen Museum of History was destroyed by fire. Then, on “All Over The Map,” riding the old Orondo Ferry. And, From The Archives: forgotten historic ties between Alaska and Washington. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a new book explores the 1935 kidnapping of nine-year old George Weyerhaeuser. Then, on “All Over The Map,” when Sea-Tac Airport disappeared for six months. And, From The Archives: listening back to KIRO Radio on 9/11. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Kenworth’s PACIFIC school bus was a Northwest favorite. Then, on “All Over The Map,” reviving the magic of history US Highway 10 in the Evergreen State. And, From The Archives: the old cannonballs that used to turn up in downtown Seattle. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: three generations of one family have researched and authored seven editions of ‘Oregon Geographic Names.’ Then, on “All Over The Map,” exploring the history of the Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail. And, From The Archives: the complicated legacy of Washington Territory’s first gover…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: St. Mark’s Cathedral welcomes back live audiences to the historic ‘Compline’ service. Then, on “All Over The Map,” pedal through history on US Bike Route 10. And, From The Archives: Washington broke free from Oregon at the Cowlitz Convention. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: “Secret Seattle” author finds big history in the little details. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a D.B. Cooper historian is looking for clues along the Columbia River. And, From The Archives: we go deeper on the iconic Pacific Northwest skyjacker. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy info…
 
A nutritionist with over 20 years of experience, Avanti advises and guides clients about not just weight loss, but also healthy living. In addition to this, she's an author and also has her own line of food products. How does she do so much? What motivates her? And does she have any food and healthy living tips for us? Listen in to find out. Rememb…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a Bothell man is researching and leading tours of Seattle’s Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the twisted tale of the U.S. Mint’s 1925 Fort Vancouver Centennial coin. And, From The Archives: 1889 was a spring and summer of fires across Washington Territory.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the Evergreen State Fair returns to Monroe in August, and so does the Purple Cow. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the east Pierce County town of Wilkeson is more than just its famous hand-car races. And, From The Archives: it was people power that built Seattle's Burke Gilman Trail. See omny…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the Peace Arch at Blaine is 100 years old, and the centennial is not what anyone expected. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the Willamette Stone is the DNA of all property ownership in the Northwest. And, From The Archives: remembering JP Patches on anniversary of the passing of Chris Wedes. …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: unmarked graves have been found at Indigenous schools in Canada, and it could happen here, too. Then, on “All Over The Map,” Black motorists in Washington depended on the “Green Book.” And, From The Archives: after all these years, baseball history is still blooming Wallingford. See omnys…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: all aboard the Cartoon Special for a trip to visit TV legend Brakeman Bill. Then, on “All Over The Map,” Northwest lawmakers move to protect the National Archives and promise to find financial support. And, From The Archives: whatever happened to all those Seattle Times’ papershacks? See …
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: the hidden history of an odd building along Denny Way in Seattle. Then, on "All Over The Map," the Northwest candy bar named for its home state, and that state’s most famous export. And, From The Archives: at the Duwamish Drive-In, it really wasn’t about the movies. See omnystudio.com/lis…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Judge George Boldt’s ruling on tribal fisheries changed the state, and now his judicial robes will be preserved. Then, on “All Over The Map,” history sleuths uncover the mystery of a headstone recently found in Pierce County. And, From The Archives: when the USS Constitution spent the sum…
 
Pune's rich history of cycling had taken a hit over the years. But thanks to groups and initiatives like Speaking Wheels, cycling is being reintroduced to Punekars as a leisure activity. We speak with Amit Gadgil and Rahul Nene of Speaking Wheels who are on a mission to take cycling back to those who had forgotten about it. Don't forget to subscrib…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: it might be Seattle’s most iconic image, and it helped save Lake Washington. Then, on “All Over The Map,” Johnny’s restaurants in Tacoma are closed, but the seasoning salt lives on. And, From The Archives: rewinding the tape on late, great Seattle band The Heats. See omnystudio.com/listen…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: historic preservation was debated alongside equity for current students in deciding to not save Northgate Elementary. Then, on “All Over The Map,” can you help track down Ezra Meeker’s Oxmobile? And, From The Archives: a look back at KIRO Radio's visit to the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Se…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of The Punekar Podcast. As a part of a large family run business, Amit Paranjape of PSCL has worked hard to find his niche and make a mark for himself. An engineer, MBA and almost an IPL cricketer, Amit's story is an inspirational one that all youngsters must listen to. Remember to subscribe and follow us to stay updated about t…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: they took off from Seattle in 1949, and never returned, but now there’s a monument to two lost aviators. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the mystery of Kellogg Island has finally been solved. And, From The Archives: the long journey of Seattle’s ‘Doughboy’ statue. See omnystudio.com/listener…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a conversation with four surviving staffers from the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair about next year's 60th anniversary. Then, on “All Over The Map,” whatever became of the phantom riverside town of Skagit City? And, From The Archives: the hidden history of Pacific Northwest amateur UFO experts…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: uncovering the strange story of Washington Territory’s racist 'Chinese Police Tax' from the 1860s. Then, on "All Over The Map," it was the axe that almost made Puget Sound famous. And, From The Archives: rare audio recordings from the May 18, 1980 eruption of Mt. Saint Helens. See omnystu…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: catching up with the high school kid who designed Washington’s license plate 35 years ago. Then, on "All Over The Map," changes are down the road for the Mountain Loop Highway. And, From The Archives: when the late Bill Brubaker used radio to save the soul of Roseburg, Oregon. See omnystu…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: debate about restoring Mount Rainier’s indigenous name have raged for decades, but what about Mount Baker? Then, on “All Over The Map,” when the Port of Seattle renumbered the docks, wharves and piers along the waterfront. And, From The Archives: bringing back long-lost radio ads for Wash…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a new book examines the human and natural history of Puget Sound. Then, on "All Over The Map," the origins of Jefferson, King and Kitsap County. And, From The Archives: another virtual Seafair? Then bring back the Street Hydros! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: Richard Pouliot survived the water landing in Alaska of a flight from Tacoma. Then, on “All Over The Map,” a group wants rural Oregon to become part of Idaho. And, From The Archives: the late Enumclaw man who took part in the audacious Doolittle Raid. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: pandemic-themed beer cans are a glimpse into the history of the future. Then, on “All Over The Map,” big news from Washington, DC about the National Archives in Seattle. And, From The Archives: the Wilburton Trestle in Bellevue and the old Belt Line. See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: in the early years a century ago, Washington State Patrol officers took along a tent, sleeping bag and a shovel in their sidecars. Then, on “All Over The Map,” is an old ferry boat an artifact of Japanese incarceration, or a rusting wreck? And, From The Archives: remembering Seattle’s fir…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a Seattle man bought a photo album at an estate sale full of priceless images along with a mystery or two. Then, on “All Over The Map,” the Olympic Discovery Trail offers 90 miles of scenery and history. And, From The Archives: when Seattle won the city’s, and this country’s, first-ever S…
 
On this episode of The Resident Historian with Feliks Banel: a new project has launched an online digital map of the Pacific Graveyard and its many shipwrecks. Then, on “All Over The Map,” does your community have any “brand-name streets.” And, From The Archives: when the 1918 influenza ravaged the old navy base at the University of Washington. See…
 
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