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Critical Bounds is a podcast founded, produced, and hosted by Nicole Bearden, which considers contemporary art, global issues, and current events that influence and are in turn manifested in artistic practice, through critical conversations with emerging contemporary artists and curators. Critical Bounds is funded by the Helen Gurley Brown Magic Grant.
 
A history podcast looking at all aspects of WWII, military history, social history, the battles, the campaigns, tanks, gun and other equipment, the politics and those who ran the war. I look at it all. With WW2 slipping from living memory I aim to look at different historical aspects of the Second World War. In each episode of the WWII Podcast I interview an expert on a subject. No topics are out of bounds (as yet), and I cover the military history side of the war as well as looking the home ...
 
"Those who remember that excellent detective story, That Mainwaring Affair will expect to find plenty of mystery and exciting incidents in A. Maynard Barbour's latest novel, called At the Time Appointed, and they will realize their expectations.The author has a certain way of forecasting events and making people utter prophetic words, all bound to find their fulfillment somewhere before the last chapter is ended, that is eminently characteristic of one who delights in the knitting and raveli ...
 
Ambrose Bierce (1842 - 1914?), satirist, critic, poet, short story writer and journalist. His fiction showed a clean economical style often sprinkled with subtle cynical comments on human behaviour. Nothing is known of his death, as he went missing while an observer with Pancho Villa’s army in 1913/14. (Summaries by Peter Yearsley) The Ways of Ghosts: Stories of encounters with the ghosts of the dead and dying. The spirits of the dead reach out to the living, to pass on a message or to pursu ...
 
Ambrose Bierce (1842 – 1914?), satirist, critic, poet, short story writer and journalist. His fiction showed a clean economical style often sprinkled with subtle cynical comments on human behaviour. Nothing is known of his death, as he went missing while an observer with Pancho Villa’s army in 1913/14. (Summaries by Peter Yearsley)The Ways of Ghosts: Stories of encounters with the ghosts of the dead and dying. The spirits of the dead reach out to the living, to pass on a message or to pursue ...
 
There is a secret society within the church. These churches are not connected except by the deeds done in the their flesh called sexual immorality. The Lord is not returning for a church with spots, wrinkles, and blemishes. The Lord must wash the church with water through the Word. There are many Christians in leadership and in the music ministry industry that are needlessly bound in Secret Sexual Sins. The pastor's wife is not seeing things when she sees her husband's eyes wander at another ...
 
Tom Donahue is a seasoned talk host, an innovative and independent broadcast voice. Tom Donahue Show has returned and offered on-demand for streaming stations and podcast platforms. Heard on Talk Stream Live (TSL), Talk Right and K-Star Talk Radio Network, KCAA Radio, Red State Talk Radio, Liberty News Radio... He was on broadcast radio distributed by Salem (SRN) in 2018 with a live weekend talk show aired on stations KSLM, KCAA, WXME, KYAH, Red State Talk Radio, Liberty News Radio, K-Star T ...
 
Vasja Progar - (text by Luka Zagori?nik)Born in 86, Vasja Progar is one of the youngest makers in the field of contemporary music in Slovenia, an insightful and critical thinker, a graduate of biotechnology and a former student of composition and music theory under Uroš Rojko at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, whose radicality and faithfulness to his own expression made him quit this institution to embark on a study of cognitive systems and interactive media at the University Pompeu Fabra ...
 
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On this episode of the Learning Pod, Dispatch education reporters Alissa Widman Neese, Sheridan Hendrix and Megan Henry discuss three words that have recently ignited a national debate regarding K-12 education: critical race theory. What is it? What isn't it? And what impact could the uproar have when students return to classrooms this fall? See om…
 
Fake 911 calls to law enforcement involving threats of violence are disturbing to officials. It's happened twice recently in Delaware County. Listen to these audio calls here. 'Swatting' scams hit Delaware County law enforcement twice in a month See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
Columbus Dispatch columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest sports column on this edition of Oller Take II. During this Oller talks about how Ohio State track and field sprinters are Tokyo-bound for the 2021 Olympics and what this means for Buckeye Nation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co., discusses his personal heart complications, the coronavirus pandemic, and what is currently going on in the Columbus area. This was all part of an audio interview with Columbus Dispatch business reporter Mark Williams. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In Britain, after the fall of France, there was the fear that the Germans may attempt a channel crossing and invade in 1940. If the Wehrmacht got shore in the south of England, facing them would have been a series of ‘Stop Lines’. These were defensives which comprised a series of pillboxes and anti-tank obstacles. They hoped these static defences w…
 
Columbus Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix and Alissa Widman Neese speak with special guest Anna Staver on the latest episode of The Learning Pod. During this podcast we talk about how Ohio’s budget has been passed and what this means for the new school funding formula. Finally, we talk about the school voucher program and the new chang…
 
Harsher penalties for hazing could be on the horizon as a committee of the Ohio House of Representatives approved Collin's Law Thursday. This audio clip was voiced and recorded by Dispatch audio engineer Patrick Flaherty. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Alissa Widman Neese and Megan Henry talk about how Capital University announced earlier this year that it has a new plan to increase student success rates: iPads for everyone. Project Indigo, Capital's new digital initiative, will provide an iPad to all of the university's 2,600 students, staff members…
 
Kimberly Schwind from AAA Ohio Auto Club talks about travel for the upcoming 4th of July weekend for Ohioans and how this will compare with nationwide travel. Finally, she provides an update on where travels are still required to wear masks when traveling and on vacation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Conversation with Berette S. Macaulay, a multidisciplinary artist, curator, and writer from Jamaica and Sierra Leone. Her research and visual arts practice engage themes of belonging, identity-performance, illegibility, love, memory, and mythmaking. We discuss living a multiplicitous life, and the institutional lie that you must focus on One Thing,…
 
Columbus Dispatch reporter Darrel Rowland speaks with Lisa Miller, a patient “navigator”, who helps patients navigate PBMs and health insurers to make they are getting the proper coverage that they deserve. This podcast was produced by Columbus Dispatch videographer Doral Chenoweth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Alan Brooke would take over as the British Chief of the Imperial General Staff in December 1941. For the rest of the war Brooke would organise and coordinate the British military effort, in such a role acted as Winston Churchill’s senior military advisor. Brooke’s relationship with Churchill could be tempestuous. Brooke was not a ‘yes man’ and woul…
 
Three 911 center dispatchers fielded more than 35 calls within 11 minutes after a dispute over reckless driving led to a shootout at a Wayne County racetrack. This incident and these calls occurred on Sunday June 13, 2021 in Wayne County. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
Columbus Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Alissa Widman Neese and Megan Henry speak with special guest Anna Staver It's that time of year again when Ohio lawmakers are tasked with creating the state’s biennial education budget. In February, Gov. Mike DeWine announced his proposed two-year budget, which kept funding for K-12 school edu…
 
When France capitulated in 1940 and the Vichy government came to power many of the French colonial possessions remained loyal to the new regime. The same was true for the Island of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. In this episode I’m joined by Russell Phillips. Russell’s book A Strange Campaign narrates the story of the battle for Madagascar, where …
 
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the killing of a George Floyd, a Black man, by a white Minneapolis police offer who knelt with his knee on Floyd's neck. The video shot by a bystander sparked worldwide outrage. Tens of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest racial injustice, and a national awakening spurred a top-to-bottom…
 
Columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest Dispatch sports column. During this Oller talks about rebranding and how the Columbus Crew recently went through a rebranding and then another rebranding and multiple name changes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
Conversation our conversation with arts advocate and curator Eva Mayhabal Davis (B. Toluca, Mexico). We talk about our mutual disdain for Picasso, Davis' art journey, her project El Salón, the prospect of gathering together again, our mutual anxiety at onscreen crowds (and the 80s and early 90s lack of cellphones), how she advocates for community t…
 
On the latest episode of The Learning Pod, Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Megan Henry and Alissa Widman Neese discuss the five full-ride college scholarships to be awarded in Ohio's Vax-A-Million lottery — and daydream about what they'd do if they won one of the five $1 million prizes to be awarded to adults. Drawings start May 26. …
 
Dr. Terrance Dean leads a discussion with three Black scholars and intellectuals regarding the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, a teenage girl shot and killed by a Columbus police officer. Dr. Karen Powell Sears, Dr. Drexler James and Marcelius Braxton share their opinions on what the case means for young Black women around the country. Braxton, an assi…
 
Everyone remembers the role of Churchill and Roosevelt throughout the war, but there was a third man key to their relationship and of the three of them the only one to remain in power at the end of the war in August 1945. Mackenzie King was the Prime Minister of Canada, the largest British Dominion and America's closest neighbour. By the start of t…
 
Dr. Terrance Dean and "The Other Side" podcast host, Scot Kirk have a conversation with Jean-Philippe Dorval, Advocacy and Public Policy Liaison for the Prevention Action Alliance, regarding his op-ed column in the Dispatch about negotiating his Blackness. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Dispatch education reporters Sheridan Hendrix, Alissa Widman Neese and Megan Henry discuss how in person graduations are returning for the spring class of 2021. We further talk about how things will look different this year with virus protocols being put in place to help keep students and their families safe. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
Listen to a man who called 911 to report a shooting in Whitehall, Ohio. Two people are dead after a shooting Monday afternoon at a Whitehall apartment. Police were called to an apartment on the 800 block of Bernhard Road around 1:30 p.m. on a report of a shooting in the area, according to Whitehall Deputy Police Chief Dan Kelso. See omnystudio.com/…
 
As Mindy Drayer reflected on the storied life of her 90-year-old mother Carm Drayer, the author wanted to release a book that served as an ode to her. Listen to Dispatch reporter Earl Hopkins as he speaks with Drayer in this audio Q & A. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Gannett
 
fran frazier of Black Girl Rising says her heart felt it when 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant was killed by a police officer during a fight outside of the foster home where she was staying. frazier felt like she needed to do something for Columbus’ Black girls. She called a Zoom meeting and found there was no shortage of other Black women who felt the s…
 
Columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest Dispatch sports column. During this Oller talks about the upcoming Memorial golf tournament that’s held in Dublin, Ohio. Oller also explains how the course will look and feel different this year as it is now beefed up and with some new improvements compared to years past. See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
 
Conversation with Satpreet Kahlon, a Punjabi-born, Seattle based artist, organizer, and curator, and the editor of New Archives, a nonprofit arts journal which focuses on art in the Pacific Northwest. We talk about Satpreet's work at (now-defunct) The Alice Gallery, including her first experience at curating the show "From Which We Rise", and its f…
 
An audio tape of a man who called 911 stating a woman was knocking at his door saying that her kids are dead. Officers were called to the 4100 block of Rickenbacker Avenue on Sunday around 11:40 a.m. on the report of a fully-engulfed mobile home. That mobile home turned out to be a RV. After firefighters extinguished the blaze, two children were fo…
 
Columnist Rob Oller discusses his latest Dispatch sports column. During this Oller talks about the Cleveland Browns and how the 2021 NFL Draft is being hosted in Cleveland, Ohio this year. Next, he talks about how the Browns are not really a factor in this draft and have the lowest pick that they have in a long time. See omnystudio.com/listener for…
 
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