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Join co-hosts Lee Mooney and Steve Zinner in conversations with some of the most colorful people and organizations with a connection to Harford County, Maryland … and beyond. Inspired by the spirit of "Main Street" and believing that everyone has a tale worth telling, we share stories from old-timers, newcomers, or even those who have moved on as they relate how living in or near Harford County has shaped their lives and identities.
 
Wall and Broadcast invites you inside the untold, little understood stories of Wall Street. With unparalleled access to industry insiders, and hosted by an ex-spy and a former boy band member turned finance experts, we deliver insightful interviews, hilarious asides, intriguing stories, and historical perspective on this seemingly untouchable industry that touches everybody.
 
Daniel is the youngest of six children born to John and Joyce Bonham. Having moved to Tigard when he was a year old, Daniel graduated from Tigard High School in 1995, before attending Linfield College in McMinnville. Daniel met his wife Lori and they began their family the same year he graduated Linfield with a Bachelor’s degree in Business in 1998. During college, Daniel started his first business as a painting contractor and was also able to study abroad at the University of Costa Rica for ...
 
Conservative, Liberal, Centrist: You gotta screw one, marry one, murder one. Introducing Party of One. What's the real difference between a Republican and a Democrat? Still believe the game's red vs. blue in Washington? Here's something new for your ears. Party of One pushes past the political posturing and ramped-up rhetoric of division, to uncover a much scarier reality: It's business that's booming, and we're the ones losing. And the stakes couldn't be higher. Tune in for conversations wi ...
 
Welcome to Mainstreet Mugs LIVE! Mainstreet Mugs is a fictional coffee shop that resides on Mainstreet USA in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. It's a place where Disney fans can be among friends and discuss anything Disney-related. Feel free to ask questions, leave comments and share any Disney experiences with Mike, Glen and the other listeners. Mainstreet Mugs LIVE! (the internet radio show,) airs every Tuesday night at 9pm Eastern / 8pm Central. During the show, Mike & Glenn invite ...
 
Jay Caracci is a licensed real estate broker in the State of Illinois. A graduate of DePaul University School of Commerce with a major in marketing, and a concentration in sales leadership. With over 12 years of professional experience, and an extensive sales, negotiating, and marketing background. Jay proudly represent buyers, sellers, and investors in the Chicagoland area, specializing in the North Shore, Northwest Suburbs, and City of Chicago. Jay has tremendous experience working with fi ...
 
Commercial Real Estate Library - or CRE Library - is a Canadian Commercial Real Estate podcast focused on connecting you with industry leaders. Listen to insightful discussions with commercial real estate executives who drive the market - from founders of the largest REITs and pension funds to the fastest growing organizations in CRE tech. Your hosts on the show are Dayma Itamunoala - a leading investment broker at Colliers International specialized in the multifamily asset class, and Garret ...
 
Connecting Business and CommunityWe are the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, and we are proud to share what makes our community an excellent place to live. The Connect podcast will feature business leaders, elected/government officials, and community champions from Carroll County. Join us for warm conversations as we find new ways to connect and grow our community.
 
Crypto Token Talk is a podcast by host Kelley Weaver for those interested in learning “Crypto 101” and exploring the new frontier of blockchain technology. It serves as an entertaining on-ramp and newbie-friendly gateway to learning resources related to the world of cryptocurrency. Each episode features a different industry expert in the blockchain sphere or their respective field. Kelley Weaver is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Melrose PR, a leading cryptocurrency and blockchain ...
 
The movers and shapers of Downtown Naples, building and changing our local community. Our objective in launching this new podcast series is to connect with some of the most powerful Neapolitans who are setting the bar for the future of downtown Naples. We encourage local residents and visitors alike to tune in and find out who is making waves and why as well as what is happening on our iconic Fifth Avenue South. Featuring more than 220 businesses, including high-end shops, world-class dining ...
 
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In the first of two episodes about our hometown of Perry Hall, we speak with Marianna Weaver, widow of legendary O's manager Earl Weaver, and her daughter Kim Benson. From 1968 until 1982, Earl and his family lived in a modest home on Dundawan Road in Perry Hall during an era that saw the O's capture two world championships, four pennants, and six …
 
Hello everyone and welcome to the WDW Mainstreet Podcast! Pull up your stool with John and Doug as they discuss all of the latest news from around Walt Disney World and the real world. 50TH Anniversary installation complete on the castle and continues throughout the parks are the guys getting excited by the changes? The guys also talk about some ad…
 
Tuesday, July 27, 20212 - New Women in the Old West: From Settlers to Suffragists, an Untold American Story is a new book from Winifred Gallagher. She tells the little-known and riveting stories of pioneering women who used the challenges of migration and settlement as opportunities to advocate for their rights. ~~~ Minnesota author Brian Freeman r…
 
Monday, July 26, 2021 - For this month’s episode of Philosophical Currents, UND philosophy professor Jack Russell Weinstein tackles the topic of critical race theory. ~~~ In this The NDSU Center for Immunization Research and Education recently received funding from the state to promote the COVID vaccine. Here to tell us about that effort, and the o…
 
For half a century Yogi Muise entertained crowds as a member of the Men of the Deeps. Muise is also remembered as a big, kind, and gentle man. He was well known for telling his fair share of stories but he was also known as one of the best listeners around. His son, Stephen Muise, and daughter-in-law, Jenn Sheppard, share memories.…
 
What’s the real difference between dissent and disloyalty? Why is “subversion” so subjective? And why does advocating for workers rights, affordable housing and racial equity make you a monster? We’re talking political persecution the American way, with a deep dive into one of our darkest chapters as a nation: The House Un-American Activities Commi…
 
Sunday, July 25, 2021 - It’s estimated that up to 25,000 North Dakotans have fallen behind on rent during the pandemic, and there’s an effort to help them thanks to millions of dollars in federal aid -- but in North Dakota, most of that money is going unclaimed. Here to help spread the word is Carmel Froemke with the Community Action Partnership of…
 
Friday, July 23, 2021 - “The Future of Food” is the topic of an event coming up in Bismarck soon. It will feature an impressive group of well-known speakers, all visionaries in the field of food production and soil conservation. Joining us with details is Darrell Oswald of the Burleigh County Soil Conservation District. ~~~ Dave Thompson is here fo…
 
Thursday, July 22, 2021 - State climatologist Adnan Akyuz is here to discuss the latest drought report, and he’ll also comment on the early fire season that has dimmed our skies. ~~~ Many of us have had the experience of preparing for a funeral or a celebration of life and trying to track down some important piece of remembrance. Bill Thomas talks …
 
The former Dartmouth South candidate for the Nova Scotia Liberals says the party dropped her from the ticket over boudoir photos she had already disclosed. Now, critics are calling out the party for sexism and double standards. We hear from Eleanor Beaton and Donna McCarthy about what this means for people who want to get involved in leadership rol…
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2021 - It’s estimated that up to 25,000 North Dakotans have fallen behind on rent during the pandemic, and there’s an effort to help them thanks to millions of dollars in federal aid -- but in North Dakota, most of that money is going unclaimed. Here to help spread the word is Carmel Froemke with the Community Action Partnership…
 
Correcting myths and looking at the evolution of Native American identity over the last 400 years is the mission of The 400 Years Project, a pictorial collection of Native American life. It includes original photos, text essays and a digital library of Native photographers from the mid-1800s to the present. Project founders Sarah Stacke, Sheena Bri…
 
Tuesday, July 20, 2021 - With Lutheran Social Services closing, the resettlement efforts for refugees in North Dakota has been taken up by Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services. Here to discuss the changeover and the outlook for resettlements in North Dakota is the director of the program, Dan Hannaher. ~~~ Correcting myths and looking at the e…
 
On this episode of The Nerd & Tie Podcast we dig into the AnimeTube Kickstarter fiasco, Anime Matsuri’s numbers look off, there was a Nazi cosplayer at IndyPopCon, and we finally give our full review of the first season of Marvel’s Loki. We’re kind of going all over the place on this one, but it’s quite the ride. Important Links: ANN’s AnimeTube Co…
 
Monday, July 19, 2021 - Capitol Shakespeare is back! They’ll be performing Julius Caesar in the Prairie Amphitheater on the Capitol grounds in Bismarck. Joining us to talk about the resumption of performances is artistic director Erin Weichel and visiting guest director Steve Grossman of Chicago’s Still Point Theatre Collective. ~~~ Chuck Lura talk…
 
Sunday, July 18, 2021 - Music host Scott Prebys visits with Geoffrey Littlefield, the author of “Nelson Riddle: Music With a Heartbeat.” Littlefield takes a deep dive into the genius of Riddle, with first-hand accounts from Riddle’s son and with never-before-seen photographs and anecdotes about Riddle’s experiences with legends such as Sinatra, Dea…
 
After the pandemic hit, Harford County native Sydney Phipps's career as a singer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines hit a snag. Her stage experience and love of performing, however, found a new outlet in The Magic Continues, the local Character company she started with her mother. On episode #26, Lee and Steve talk with Sydney about her life as a cru…
 
Hello everyone pull up a stool with John & Doug for another episode of the WDW Mainstreet Podcast! In the news this week Monorail is now running over to Epcot, Disneyland Paris will require you to show proof of vaccination to enter the park. Operating hours are out through October for Walt Disney World, Jungle Cruise is all updated, Swan & Dolphin …
 
Friday, July 16, 2020 - There’s been a lot of fuss about teaching Critical Race Theory in schools. But just what the heck is that? On the one hand, it gets characterized as criticism of America, and on the other hand as honest history. To get a more nuanced understanding of what this all means for North Dakota’s schools, we visit with Nick Archulet…
 
Thursday, July 15, 2021 - Nationally, about 4% of children live in households that do not include their parents. Most often, they’re with grandparents or other relatives. North Dakota is now offering a new program to provide support for those caregivers. Christiana Pond is the project navigator for “Kinship-ND.” ~~~ We share a clip from Sunday’s Gr…
 
Wednesday, July 14, 2021 - Music host Scott Prebys visits with Geoffrey Littlefield, the author of “Nelson Riddle: Music With a Heartbeat.” Littlefield takes a deep dive into the genius of Riddle, with first-hand accounts from Riddle’s son and with never-before-seen photographs and anecdotes about Riddle’s experiences with legends such as Sinatra, …
 
Tuesday, July 13, 2021 - North Dakota native Nicole Rodenburg is currently based in New York City, working as an actor and filmmaker. As a director, her first feature film was selected for the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. She joins us to discuss “Glob Lessons,” which involves a road trip through North Dakota! ~~~ The finalists have been selec…
 
Note: We don't advise you to actually launder money... This episode focuses on how commercial real estate can be used to launder cash, especially in Canada. Financial crimes expert Greg Draper joins us. Greg Draper, MBA, DIFA, FCPA, FCGA, CFF, CAMS, ICD.D, is a senior Partner and Forensics Services team member with MNP. Greg helps his clients manag…
 
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