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Welcome to Open Mike, the podcast where Michigan’s leading attorney Mike Morse lays down the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth when it comes to your rights, current events, and so much more. Hear exclusive interviews with superstar authors, leaders, activists, experts, and entrepreneurs telling it like it is. You’ll learn what insurance companies, the government, and other lawyers don’t want you to know — so you can go for the win in law, and in life!
 
Toby Morse is the lead singer of the band H2O and the One Life One Chance podcast is named after one of their most impactful songs off of their 1999 album F.T.T.W. Inside the podcast you'll hear him interviewing friends and heroes who have had a major impact on his life. Real, authentic and non-scripted conversations where guests have said it was "very therapeutic". Morse also leads a non-profit organization of the same name where he speaks to students nationwide about living a drug free lif ...
 
Crosscurrents is KALW Public Radio's award-winning news magazine, broadcasting in the Bay Area Mondays through Thursdays on 91.7 FM. We make joyful, informative stories that engage people across the economic, social, and cultural divides in our community.
 
The official Radio DJs Podcast! The official #DJs of Topgolf and The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show. We create mix-shows for top rated radio stations and we #DJ public and private events. Each week check out mixes from the best DJs from around the country! AudioBoom: https://goo.gl/BnhYtd iTunes: https://goo.gl/jrnyNb Stitcher: http://goo.gl/IU64GE
 
TRUANTS: http://truantsblog.com PATREON: http://patreon.com/truants Music imprint curated by a group of globally dispersed friends, contributing vibes to the internet since 2010. Crew: @soraya @riccardovillella @sindhuyeah @bandcloud @taystii @ttrostle @kissmeagainmcr (1/3 Antoin) @mellolololo Robin Xavier Michelle
 
Welcome to the "Speaking of Wealth" podcast showcasing profit strategies for speakers, publishers, authors, consultants, and info-marketers. Learn valuable skills to make your business more successful, more passive, more automated, and more scalable. Your host, Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and experts including; Dan Poynter (The Self-Publishing Manual), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door), Dan Millman (Way of the Peaceful Warrior) ...
 
So what is 'Yacht Soul'? Smooth, well-crafted, super-engineered with the sprinkling of perfect musicianship: Yacht Soul is where soul music from the late 70s and AOR collided to create a perfect blend which has stood the test of time - thanks in large parts to the meticulous songwriting and producing of the era. An elite group of musicians which included members of Toto – Steve Pocaro, Jeff Pocaro, Mike Pocaro, Steve Lukather, David Paitch along with other well respected session musicians su ...
 
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In this episode Toby sits down with NoFX frontman Fat Mike. They talk about his time on the east coast, moving to Beverly Hills, learning punk from Joe from The Vandals, touring, starting his own label, BDSM, cancel culture, his musical, interventions, almost releasing a porn, Punk Rock Museum, Punk In Drublic fest, hip hop and being completely mis…
 
Today we’re featuring stories from podcasts that got their start right here in the Bay Area in partnership with KALW. First, it’s The Stoop featuring voices from across the black diaspora. Then, in Snap Judgment one man makes a gut decision that takes him on a mystical adventure. And, from 99% Invisible, we go to some of San Francisco’s private pub…
 
In this epode Toby sits down with Steve Caballero and Tim Fennelly of Urethane. They chat about the new band and album, the songs Tim wrote during quarantine being the album, the importance of a real producer, taking care of yourself as you get older, playing shows, The Faction, influences, social media and the perils of bringing your phone into th…
 
Today, we’re putting a lot of beeps and other sounds on the air, as we honor the medium that has given our lives so much: radio. We're going to ride the radio waves halfway around the world, to visit a defiant radio station in one of the most repressive countries for journalists. And we’re going to a place where the radio technology of the ages cam…
 
Dr. Grazie Christie and TCA colleagues Maureen Ferguson and Ashley McGuire join to flesh out the Texas Heartbeat Act. Dr. Jennifer Roback-Morse of the Ruth Institute assesses why so many companies are hysterical over it--openly admitting how integral abortion is to their bottom line. Then we look to the real ongoing work at hand by so many pro-life…
 
On this episode, Maxwell Goss talks with Angelo Spyratos, a leading insurance defense attorney and founder of Spyratos Davis in Chicago, Illinois. Angelo has tried more than 40 cases to verdict, and is an accomplished author and speaker. Angelo provides his defense perspectives on personal injury trials and shares some of his secrets for reaching t…
 
Today we answer the question, what if your doctor prescribed you a walk in the park instead of a pill? Doctors in San Mateo County are part of a program that's getting patients back to health, by getting them back to nature. Then, we will hear from a real-life Rosie the Riveter. And then, we will listen to a local author read from his new adult adv…
 
In April 2010, Eric Anderson was arrested and charged for involvement in a robbery and beating of two men outside their Detroit home. At the time of the crime, Anderson was actually at a Coney Island, ten miles from the scene, where he was shot in the foot, necessitating immediate medical attention. Despite hospital records confirming his treatment…
 
Today, we talk about the guerilla art installations that went up across the Bay Area last spring. We will learn more about the Dear America project and why a group of Bay Area artists staged guerilla installations on buildings across the city. Then, a documentary about Congresswoman Barbara Lee gives viewers insight into her personal life and rise …
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Travis McCoy, vocalist of Gym Class Heroes. They talk about float tanks, MRI's, pandemic, Naked & Afraid, Geneva NY, Daryl Hall, getting into punk, art, tattoo apprenticing at 15, origins of the band, opioid issues, playing shows under the influence, working with Bruno Mars, hip hop and rap battles, making amends…
 
Dr. Grazie Christie & Ashley McGuire speak with Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone about his recent op-ed challenging Catholic politicians who openly support abortion. The shepherd of San Francisco also discusses St. Junipero Serra as the state of California looks to erase his legacy, slandering his name in new legislation. Maureen Ferguson also joins…
 
In a wide-ranging interview, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco speaks with Dr. Grazie Christie & Ashley McGuire about his recent op-ed in the Washington Post, challenging Catholic politicians who openly support abortion and have recently denounced the Texas Heartbeat Law. His Excellency also discusses Texas' move to channel money fro…
 
Producer, composer and drummer Leslie Mandoki joins the podcast to talk about his star-studded project Mandoki Soulmates and the new visual album Utopia for Realists: Hungarian Pictures which is out on InsideOutMusic on Sept. 24th. He tells about his incredible background to working with some of the biggest names in prog.…
 
Many of the Bay Area’s public high schools reopened last month after almost a year and a half of remote learning. Today, we learn how a lost year of lockdown has derailed teen mental health. And, we hear from Gray Davis, the only California governor to be successfully recalled. Plus, a San Francisco musical tradition is back.…
 
David Finke by Courage to Resist https://couragetoresist.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CourageToResist_Podcast_David_Finke.mp3 Podcast (VN-E44): “Strong religious commitment against war” – David Finke David Finke is a conscientious objector, military counselor, and lifetime nonviolent activist. After receiving a classification as a CO and defermen…
 
In this episode Toby sits down with Fletcher Dragge, guitarist of Pennywise and punk rock OG, he talks about California, skating and surfing, Dogtown, alcoholic parents, drinking and drugs at an early age, learning guitar and bass, starting Pennywise, selling enough records to make music full time, Kid Rock, the environment, jail, Warped Tour and h…
 
As COVID cases continue to spike and many fearing another lockdown, Dr. Grazie Christie turns to Catholic psychologist, author and radio host Dr. Kevin Vost to help us suffering with anxiety and loneliness wrought on by another year marked by the pandemic. TCA colleague Maureen Ferguson also joins as we revisit with Theology of the Body expert Damo…
 
For the last 50 years, people with developmental disabilities have had the right to live the same kind of lives as people without disabilities. But when the pandemic hit, this support system fell apart, leaving many families desperate for help. And it exposed a caregiving crisis that is only expected to get worse.…
 
Detroiter Thelonious Seaercy has wrongfully served 17 years behind bars for a murder that a self-professed hitman has confessed to committing. Despite no evidence tying him to the scene of the alleged crime, Searcy is stuck in a holding pattern. He and his lawyer await to see if the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office appeals a ruling from the Michiga…
 
William Short by Courage to Resist https://couragetoresist.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CourageToResist_Podcast_William_Short.mp3 Podcast (VN-E43): “I’m going in for a long time” – William Short Bill Short is an artist, film producer, veteran, and war resister who was court-martialed and incarcerated twice for his refusal to lead patrols in Vietn…
 
With the Supreme Court declining to block the Texas Heartbeat Act, Dr. Grazie Christie and Maureen Ferguson chat with legal scholar Helen Alvaré about the upcoming Mississippi abortion ban case and a brief she submitted in support of the 15-week ban that challenges the faulty argument that the ability of women to achieve economic and social equalit…
 
Today on Crosscurrents, we hear about what happens when you integrate housing, and public healthcare. We speak with Dr. Josh Bamberger about how the pandemic provided an unlikely opportunity to combine the two. Then, we meet an Oakland artist who created a residency for Black artists. And, we listen a San Francisco author read from her children’s b…
 
On this episode, Maxwell Goss interviews Troy Doucet, a leading foreclosure defense attorney, law entrepreneur, and accomplished author. Troy has written a book called The Art of War for Lawyers, which takes insights from the classic text The Art of War and applies them to modern litigation. Troy talks about developing a winning strategy, and expou…
 
Today, a nurse practitioner takes us inside one of San Francisco's shelter-in-place hotels, and we hear from one of the hotel's guests about how regular medical care has made a difference in their life. It's the first in a three-part series about aging, healthcare, and homelessness. Then, we hear how billions of state dollars are coming into public…
 
Eli Savit is a nationally recognized attorney, public servant, and civil rights advocate who currently serves as the Washtenaw County Prosecutor. Prior to his term, he served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, was a civil-rights and public-interest attorney, and also had a career as a public-school teacher. In addition to …
 
Today we ask, how much learning did K-12 students lose because of COVID-19 and is that what matters most? We discuss balancing academic catch up against students' emotional well-being with Janelle Scott. Then, we hear about the stakes of unpaid college internships for low-income, first-generation students. And finally, we listen to a reading from a…
 
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo talks to NHJournal about his upcoming visit to promote school choice and parental empowerment, but he also talks at length about events in Afghanistan. "It's the difference between American strength and American weakness," Pompeo says of the Biden strategy. And host Michael Graham asks why Democrats seem to bel…
 
dolphins are smart and we should protect them better. willy is too blasted to bring up most of the stuff he meant to. hopefully the episode is still as compelling as he thinks the topic is Join our patreon and hear us continue the conversation with ryan about tesla and electricityBy Real Life Sci-Fi
 
Today, we hear how wildfire smoke makes COVID-19 cases worse and how it affects some families more than others. Then, we get an update on the state’s wildfire prevention efforts. And, we go back more than a century to understand how California decided who has a right to our water.Plus, we speak with Oakland poet Paul Corman Roberts as he reflects o…
 
Is the Holy See working to hold talks with the Taliban? Veteran Vatican journalist Edward Pentin of the National Catholic Register joins Dr. Grazie Christie this week to discuss the devastating situation in Afghanistan and the potentiality of the Vatican intervening to help so many desperate families trying to flee the country, especially persecute…
 
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