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What began as a month living technologically in the 1950s in New York City evolved into webseries and now weekly podcast. In its third year, This Past Life NYC's Adventure to Civility is back exploring vintage radio advertisements, mid-century ideals, retro lifestyle challenges and interviews with long-standing mom-and-pop shops, storytellers and Makers in America. Created in the form of an old-fashioned radio broadcast and capturing a more polite life, I am pleased to bring to you this inca ...
 
Tune in every Monday to If I Were You as Jake Hurwitz and Amir Blumenfeld offer advice in areas they're qualified to talk about. Also in areas they're not qualified to talk about. Email them with your own sticky situations and they’ll find the solution: IfIWereYouShow@gmail.com.
 
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Caterpillar Vice President Nigel Lewis, with responsibility for the EAME Distribution Services Division, talks about how his organization has responded to an extraordinary year and navigating the impact of the global pandemic. Lewis offers insight into his thought processes as a leader of a large organization in a region hit especially hard by COVI…
 
Operating for only a short time, the Lake Harbor railroad ran along the lake from today's Pere Marquette Beach to the Mona Lake Channel. This railroad was built to serve those headed to the resorts in the Lake Harbor area. On today's episode we discuss its construction and history with local historian Garry Olson. --- Support this podcast: https://…
 
The sixteenth episode of the Negative HP Podcast features author Sebastien de Castell in the most in-depth character creation so far on the show. We also discuss cat faces, bards, swashbuckling, emotional depth, and more! Website: https://decastell.com/ Amazon Facebook Twitter Negative HP (or host Philip Overby) can be found online at: Website: neg…
 
In 1913 a curious site was seen on the beach in Muskegon. A new invention never before seen in the area landed in the water nearby and a curious figured emerge, a bird-man. This was the first time a plane had been seen in Muskegon much less one that could land on water. Today's podcast tells the story of the race around the Great Lakes that brought…
 
No one predicted 2020. The worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has been an unexpected source of stress and adversity for many of us. The challenges are real and on-going – and for many – the ability to cope has been tested. For Caterpillar Vice President Joe Creed, his challenge has been supporting his global team while at home…
 
In the 1880s digging for brine lead to a curious discovery, the presence of oil in many parts of Muskegon County. It will not until the end of the 1920s that this oil and its potential impact on Muskegon County was realized, as the first oil wells were dug. Learn about the fascinating history of the discovery and harvesting of oil, and its impact o…
 
Episode 15 features author Michael Sliter, author of The Pandemonium Rising series which includes Solace Lost and Wisdom Lost. We roll up a painfully average character, discuss his books, and wax philosophical about Final Fantasy VI. His book Solace Lost is also September 2020's Book of the Month for Grimdark Fiction Readers & Writers on Facebook! …
 
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