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Cultra Trail Running is The Cult of Ultra Culture, North East Trail running from the grass roots. Our podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
What's it like to hike and live in the backcountry for 5 months? Host and thru-hiker Kyle O'Grady, who has completed every last step of the Appalachian Trail, interviews other thru-hikers, peak-baggers, and backpackers who are almost as crazy as him. Is life while thru-hiking really as glamorous as the social media stars make it out to be? Is pooping in the woods really that big of a deal? Find out these answers and more on Trail Tales.
 
The Podfathers is a podcast from Clem, Large, and Uncle Chaps from Barstool Sports breaking down the good, the bad, and the ugly of fatherhood. Other books and websites and podcasts have tried to explain what life as a new dad is like "from a dude's perspective." "As told by Guy's guys." or "from a mans perspective." They have all failed. Through their own personal experiences and brand of humor, the Podfathers help parents everywhere relate to the wild and crazy ride that is raising children.
 
Hey you… Join author, runner, broadcaster, and traveler Tony Fletcher on this new show about positively engaging with the world outside our door. Whether it’s to hike a local trail or climb a distant mountain, travel to a new country or explore culture close to home, run a first 5k or tackle an ultra-marathon, One Step Beyond documents people who took a step outside their comfort zone to enrich their life. With interviews, features and field recordings. Tony Fletcher is the British-born auth ...
 
Your hilarious and insightful guide to Jewish ideas and culture. Join journalist Dan Crane and comedian Jessica Chaffin (Ronna & Beverly) as they explore activism, Jewish atheism, anti-semitism, love, sex, comedy, death and more with guests like David Wain, David Baddiel, Rabbi Sharon Brous, the Sklar Brothers, Tiffany Shlain, Moshe Kasher, Joel Stein and many others. A project of Reboot.
 
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Nov. 23, 2020 - Perry Grossman, a senior staff attorney in the Voting Rights Project at the New York Civil Liberties Union, explains how attorneys for campaigns get involved in the absentee ballot counting process in contested races.These attorneys slow down counting by the local boards of elections and often raise "frivolous" objections in an atte…
 
Nov. 23, 2020 - This month, Governor Cuomo signed legislation aimed at expanding access for veterans to state parks and facilities. Aaron Leonard, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter member who served in the U.S. Army, explained how this legislation will play a key role in the transition from solider to civilian.…
 
Yakkin' it up about jackassin' = that's YACKASSIN' my people. We go full crew sans guest (so no one looks on in horror) as we dissect Becky's day at the Brewery. Hear how she almost bested the field of ladies and how our friend Brian V and his Steep Endurance squad once again put on a safe event during a global pandemic. Fred keeps on running, hitt…
 
Nov. 19, 2020 - Included in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act is a provision that the state government must consider the cost of emissions in their purchases and investments. Conor Bambrick, Director of Climate Policy at Environmental Advocates NY, and Rachel Patterson, Legislative and Climate Associate at Environmental Advocates …
 
Nov. 19, 2020 - Over the past week, there has been a flurry of positive developments on a COVID-19 vaccine. When a vaccine is finally available, will people take it? Mary Beth Morrissey, Chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Health Law Section Task Force on COVID-19, explained why they are recommending the state implement a vaccine mandate.…
 
Nov. 19, 2020 - The need for child care in the state is even more pressing now that New York City has transitioned from in-person learning. Legislation from Asm. Michaelle Solages (D-Elmont) would expand the paid family leave program to help families as they deal with remote learning. We talked about the legislation with the Assemblymember when she…
 
Nov. 19, 2020 - Since the election, President Trump has been tweeting out claims of election fraud which have been met with fact checking disclaimers from the social media company. We heard from David Klepper, Election misinformation reporter at the Associated Press, about the effort to report the facts as misinformation spreads.…
 
The Podfathers have a lot to unload on the backend with Thanksgiving dinner only a week away. First, the guys dive into the uncertain blackhole that comes with this latest covid spike. Clem talks about getting to know himself in a dark warm puddle while Lisa Ann gives Large some advice on the best way to celebrate the end of the juice cleanse. The …
 
Natalie Reynoso joins Trail Tales to talk about the John Muir Trail... and what could go wrong when hiking it! We all know about the little random things that can go wrong when backpacking, and we cover basically all of them in this episode. Check out her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natreynoso/ Like what you hear? Want to talk some smack? …
 
Nov. 16, 2020 - Law enforcement agencies across the state and country have been under a new level of scrutiny after the high-profile killings of Black Americans. Timothy Dymond, who was recently elected to head the New York State Police Investigators Association, wants to help change the dialogue surrounding these agencies. We discussed the new pol…
 
Craig Lloyd is an ultra runner living in Utah. He also heads up Trail And Ultra Running (TAUR) which has a Facebook group of over 122,000 members, making it the largest online running community in the world (allegedly). It is a place of huge proportions, where most posts are likely to get hundreds of answers. We talk about how he manages to keep 12…
 
Nov. 13, 2020 - Emergency government relief measures during the pandemic have done little to alleviate the medical debt burden accrued by New Yorkers, some of whom have seen their income diminished since March. Activists hope state lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo will take action to overhaul the system.Elisabeth Benjamin, vice president of health i…
 
Nov. 13, 2020 - Democrat Joe Biden's presidential victory bodes well for the development of renewable energy projects in New York, according to Noah Shaw, former general counsel for NYSERDA, and currently the co-lead of the Hodgson Russ law firm’s renewable energy practice. He discussed administrative actions likely to come from Washington D.C. and…
 
Nov. 13, 2020 - Bridie Farrell, a survivor of childhood abuse and advocate for her fellow survivors, joins the show to highlight Monday's deadline for bringing abuse claims against the Boy Scouts of America, which filed for bankruptcy protection in February. She also discussed her experience lobbying GOP lawmakers in Albany, her appearance on the R…
 
Nov. 13, 2020 - New Yorkers all over the state answered the recruitment call this year from their local boards of elections looking for a younger generation of poll workers to step up during the pandemic, which posed a more serious risk to the traditional, older staff used on Election Day. Patrick Pipino answered the call in Saratoga County and sha…
 
Alex McDaniel is the founder of the West Rock Ramblers, West Coast transplant, and a three time Western States finisher. He joins AFB for a one on one interview and the rest is Cultramatic poetic history. We talk about the differences between East and West coast, the Connecticut running scene, and so much more.…
 
On this Episode, I go for a hike to disengage from the American elections. In doing so, I live up to One Step Beyond’s motto “step outside your comfort zone and enrich your life” by “bushwacking” up Rusk Mountain in the snow – without technology for distraction or assistance, relying on inner compasses and evolutionary navigational systems to get t…
 
Nov. 11, 2020 - Snow covered and icy roads are one of the nuisances that New Yorkers have to deal with during the winter. However, the road salt used to clear the roads can seep into water supplies and have health impacts for residents. Ry Rivard, Water and Environment reporter at Adirondack Explorer, shared his reporting on the issue. (originally …
 
Nov. 11, 2020 - One of the biggest consequences of the decennial census is the redistricting process. On today’s program, we talked with Jack Martins, Commissioner of the Independent Redistricting Commission, about the redistricting process and the commission's work. (originally aired 10/16/20)By WCNY
 
Nov. 11, 2020 - The Association of Justices of the Supreme Court of the State of New York is considering legal action against state court administration officials over the decision to reject tenure extensions for Supreme Court Justices over the age of 70. Judge Charles Merrell, New York State Supreme Court Justice and President of the Association o…
 
The Podfathers open up today's pod by bidding adieu to a familiar face to millions of families in Alex Trebek, who was invited into their living rooms every weekday for years. Large talks about his long awaited family trip to an alpaca farm, which led to him discovering a toy version of Clem, which is one of the most bizarre Barstool doppelgangers …
 
After 2 months of multiple health screens and asking our hosts to quarantine, we surprised ourselves with an episode where we could pretend things were normal for an hour and twenty minutes. We've got minyan and election updates (3:56-12:45), address why we're not on SayMazelTov (13:31-20:34), and Shailos U'tshuvos (20:35-31:08). We then have a fas…
 
Sophia Garber joins the podcast to tell the story of her 2020 Northville Placid Trail thru hike in the Adirondacks. She hiked it very shortly after Flossy and I did, and despite the similar time-frame... her hike sounded way more fun! So if you thought my NPT story was kind of a downer, give Sophia's a listen and hopefully you will get a different …
 
Nov. 10, 2020 - A vacancy is opening on New York’s highest court with the recently announced retirement of Court of Appeals Judge Leslie Stein. Vin Bonventre, Justice Robert H. Jackson Distinguished Professor of Law at Albany Law School and Editor of the New York Court Watcher blog, explained what this retirement means for the Court.…
 
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