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Best Crane podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Crane podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The Scout's Honor podcast provides inside information from teams along with unique perspective from Scouting Services, Inc. Dir. of Operations Dave-Te' Thomas. He and former CNN Sports anchor Paul Crane provide news, information and player insight from inside teams in all four major sports, football, baseball, basketball and hockey.
 
To create this podcast, your hosts Nick Turner and Joel Crane have tapped their "telephone" conversation with the idea that maybe, just maybe, someone else on planet Earth will find the discussion entertaining. But let's face it: this conversation was probably going to take place anyway. Expect topics to vary enormously, from financial technology, 3D printing, macOS, Android, and of course, Wi-Fi, given that we both "work" (or more accurately, operate) in the Wi-Fi industry.
 
The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts. What will The Vanished uncover next?
 
Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
This collection consists of thirteen stories. The stories are set in the mythical town of Whilomville used by Stephen Crane for many of his best stories. They appeared in Harper's New Monthly Magazine between 1899 and 1900. The writing is crisp, the stories are poignant and funny (usually) and always tell us something about our quirky human nature. - Summary by Phil chenevert
 
"Baby's Own Aesop" presents the fables as one-stanza limericks, each "pictorially pointed" by Walter Crane, the noted painter and illustrator. He apprenticed to master wood-engraver, William James Linton, who furnished the draft of the book's poems for Crane to edit. "Baby's Own Aesop" is available in a beautiful facsimile edition of colored engravings from the International Children's Digital Library, with which your child can read along while listening to the recording. (Summary by Denny S ...
 
At the time of his death at the age of 28, Stephen Crane had become an important figure in American literature. He was nearly forgotten, however, until two decades later when critics revived interest in his life and work. Stylistically, Crane's writing is characterized by vivid intensity, distinctive dialects, and irony. Common themes involve fear, spiritual crises and social isolation. Although recognized primarily for The Red Badge of Courage, which has become an American classic, Crane is ...
 
Drifter is a collection of stories fuzzing and bending towards your ears. Like a radio station far off on the horizon, listen to the expanding time. A new story is released each month so dig in and meet the strange faces, circular cowboys, and midnight voices. Written by William Crane, the first series of stories features original music composed by Thomas James Lemieux and read by a variety of voices.
 
Eleven stories of war by the author of The Red Badge of Courage. Stephen Crane was an American author. He is recognized by modern critics as one of the most innovative writers of his generation. Crane's writing is characterized by vivid intensity, distinctive dialects, and irony. Common themes involve fear, spiritual crises and social isolation. His writing made a deep impression on 20th-century writers, most prominent among them Ernest Hemingway, and is thought to have inspired the Modernis ...
 
Mystical truck drivers. Robots gone haywire. Killer clown demons. And pie. So. Much. Pie. This quirky, darkly comic, Southwestern-flavored anthology brings you a new paranormal audio play every month. Sit back, open your ears, and hold on tight. Because you're about to take a quick detour...through Uncanny County.
 
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On this sleazily glamorous installment, Tom and Jenny are delving into some of the most iconic crimes and mysteries of Tinseltown, including the unsolved murder of William Desmond Taylor in 1922; the murder allegations leveled at silent-era comedian Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle; the purported suicide of George “Superman” Reeves; the grisly slaying of “H…
 
In this episode I'm back with Brenton to bring you up to date with news from the cloud as well as hopefully give you some resources to help during these challenging times. Also with that in mind I speak with Tim O'Neill from Dicker Data all about what's happening out there with IT partners and the challenges as well as opportunities. Resources Tim …
 
On this Friday update, Tom and Jenny talk about a trip to Walgreens they took, the origin stories of Jenny’s tattoos, and a discussion about Tom’s Japanese robot collection. Audio version: https://ia601409.us.archive.org/15/items/sidetracks11audio/Sidetracks11_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Th…
 
On today’s trip down movie memory lane, Tom and Jenny are discussing a sorta forgotten Ridley Scott film from 1989, the Yakuza cop drama Black Rain, starring Michael Douglas. Audio version: https://ia601506.us.archive.org/17/items/movieretroblackrainfinalaudio/MovieRetro_BlackRain_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The F…
 
It’s another Thursday in this darkest timeline, and Tom and Jenny are amusing themselves (and hopefully all of you) by marveling over the batshit insanity of Tiger King, expounding upon animal intelligence, and speculating as to the origins of the “woobie.” Audio version: https://ia601402.us.archive.org/9/items/sidetracks10audio/Sidetracks10_Audio.…
 
“From Beyond” by H.P. Lovecraft Published in The Fantasy Fan (June 1934) “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” by Nathaniel Hawthorne Published in Twice-Told Tales (1837) “The Jelly-Fish” by David H. Keller Published in Weird Tales Volume 13, Issue 1 (1929) “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” by Edgar Allan Poe First published in The American Review (Dec…
 
It’s Wednesday, and after a brief Baby Cookie interlude, we discuss the sad passing of Stuart Gordon, the batshit insanity of Tiger King (we’ll review the whole series on Sunday’s Matinee show), neighborhood bears, and Terminator sunglasses. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there! Audio version: https://ia601406.us.archive.org/4/items/…
 
This week, hear David interview Dania Ramos and Michael Aquino of Timestorm. Topics of discussion include: Puerto Rican history The choice to not change history Colonization as a natural disaster The spirit of Puerto Rico and identity Google Podcast program, yay! Binaural mics Creating as a married couple Bravery in Timestorm Mentors and guides Lik…
 
About this EpisodeIn this special series released on Wednesdays, we are honored to have Brigadier General Tom Draude. Callsign Sage, Tom commissioned in June 1962 after graduation from the Naval Academy and served in the Marine Corps for 30 1/2 years. He served three combat tours in Vietnam as an infantry officer and was the Assistant Division Comm…
 
Tom discusses today’s trip to our closest grocery store (mostly well-stocked; they even had toilet paper!). Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/15/items/sidetracks8audio/Sidetracks8_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is now available for purchase in print and ebook formats! And no…
 
Listen, y’all. There’s only one way that we’re getting through this thing, and I think we all know exactly what way I’m talking about. It is imperative, now more than ever, that we get Richard Gere to be a top-tier YouTuber. Suggested talking points: What’s Funny?!, Lying Ants, Snip Tunes, Roughhousing, Netflix Prophecies, Liminal Chalupa…
 
A man variously known as the “Iron Hedgehog” and a “malignant Dwarf”, but also as charming, courteous, and, most importantly “a good party man,” a man who held the position of the People's Commissar for Internal Affairs - the head of the NKVD during Stalin’s Great Purge - Nikolai Ivanovich Yezhov. ----more---- Like our show? Support us, buy cute sh…
 
It’s the Monday edition of the Sidetrack, and we’re talking about how our days have gone so far, plus our appearance on the Conspirinormal Podcast, and discuss the eccentric genius of Edward Gorey. Audio version: https://ia601507.us.archive.org/21/items/sidetracks7audio/Sidetracks7_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Facel…
 
Dedicated to Miller David in NY Richard's Sk8oetry YouTube Channel Sk8oetry https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX9AFktmYu9Q5rycs8lEuyg By Thomas Nash Spring, the sweet spring, is the year’s pleasant king, Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing: Cuckoo, jug-jug, pu-we, to-witta-woo! The palm a…
 
It’s a hung-over Sunday! Jenny briefly discusses adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories and recommends some books, like Barry Glassner’s The Culture of Fear, Paul Tremblay’s A Head Full of Ghosts, and a fiction anthology called Perverted by Language, in which all the stories are inspired by the songs of The Fall. We also recommend some bands, like …
 
On this 77th installment of the Matinee show, Tom and Jenny are discussing Netflix’s fictionalized true crime film Lost Girls (based on the Long Island Serial Killer case); the entertaining six-episode Norwegian horror/thriller anthology series Bloodride (also on Netflix); and the super fun, gory horror comedy Satanic Panic. Audio version: https://…
 
Bobby Joe Long was a serial killer who terrorized the area around Tampa Bay, Florida in an eight-month period in 1984. During that timeframe, Long murdered at least 10 women and victimized many more. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss this sadistic killer whose MO was to abduct, sexually assault, and then murder his victims. Prior to his murders, a…
 
On this Saturday edition, Jenny gives a few recommendations for books she likes (including The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, The Church of Dead Girls by Stephen Dobyns, and Strapless by Deborah Davis), and she and Tom also discuss the John Carpenter biopic of Elvis that came out in the late 70s, starring the one and only Kurt Russell. Audio ver…
 
Paul Crane and Dave-Te' Thomas are joined by Scott Wright of dratcountdown.com to discuss the first week of NFL free agency and trades and their effect on the upcoming draft. In addition to how the many moves could change how some teams address positions such as QB and WR, they also discuss several pending moves. QBs like Jameis Winston and Cam New…
 
On today’s daily update, we reassure everyone that the country still has food, and talk about the crazy games our little Baby Cookie likes to play with rugs and lizards. Audio version: https://ia601407.us.archive.org/27/items/sidetracks4audio/Sidetracks4_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is…
 
On this installment of the Retrospective, Tom and Jenny are discussing the 2007 vampire film 30 Days of Night, based on the popular comic by Steve Niles. Thanks Rob for sending us the Blu-ray! Audio version: https://ia601407.us.archive.org/17/items/30daysofnightfinalaudio/30DaysOfNight_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! …
 
We've suddenly become online kindergarten teachers and things are stressful. We wanted to check in with you and see how things are going with you. Please email us at kindergartenkiosk@gmail.com if we can do anything to support you during this time. Free online resources we recommend: Brain Pop RAZ ABC Mouse Lunch Doodles With Mo ABC Ya Starfall PBS…
 
On the third of our daily updates, Tom and Jenny talk about their kitty Beijing, and Tom describes a VERY creepy haunted-house situation he encountered in Boston in the 1990s. Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/8/items/sidetracks3audio/Sidetracks3_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Thr…
 
“The Man Who Returned” by Edmond Hamilton Published in Weird Tales Volume 23, Issue 2 (1934) “The Disinterment” by H.P. Lovecraft & D.W. Rimel Published in The Californian Volume 3, Number 1 (1935) Audio version: https://ia601406.us.archive.org/21/items/prematureburialfinalaudio/PrematureBurial_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on In…
 
Jenny plugs her board and card games! Tom makes everyone hungry talking about food! Jenny rhapsodizes about hopefully getting to see Nick Cave in October! We sing the praises of our friend the Vegan Black Metal Chef and his awesome cookbook! Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/20/items/sidetracks2audio/Sidetracks2_Audio.mp3 Video version…
 
Journey back in time for a story about family, history, memory, and the lives of two kids in Newark with Puerto Rican heritage. This week, we're listening to Timestorm by Cocotazo Media and PRX.- Cocotazo Media: https://www.cocotazomedia.com/- Puerto Rican history: https://discoverpuertorico.com/island/history- The Hispanic Federation: https://hisp…
 
Nick decides to leave the American Express club, and discusses exploding soldering tools. Joel talks about his favorite soldering gear, and Nick ruins the theme of the podcast with a “tech success” story. Joel brings it back by recounting his horrible experience with Android Auto, as well as his frustrations with soap dispensers and water faucets. …
 
About this EpisodeIn this special series released on Wednesdays, we are honored to have Brigadier General Tom Draude. Callsign Sage, Tom commissioned in June 1962 after graduation from the Naval Academy and served in the Marine Corps for 30 1/2 years. He served three combat tours in Vietnam as an infantry officer and was the Assistant Division Comm…
 
Hey, we know a lot of you guys are stuck at home just like we are, so we thought we’d start a new little thing to give y’all some extra entertainment during these trying times. Every day we’re gonna try to upload some fun, shorter videos of us just blathering on about random subjects; on this one, we’re talking about Oliver Harper’s excellent actio…
 
On this heartbreaking installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are discussing four missing persons cases that were recommended to us by listeners. We tackle the Sherri Papini case, in which a woman claimed to have been abducted and then returned three weeks later; the chilling disappearance of Jennifer Kesse from the parking lot of her Orlando cond…
 
For the first time ever, Acadia, Mells, Shooey AND Sandwich unite in a force of silliness to talk about San Diego, the Navy, pilot call signs, butt jokes and of course, whales vaginas. In this episode we're discussing a real unidentified aircraft experience that's backed up by radar imagery from reliable sources. We'll also tell you why Tic Tacs ar…
 
(Note: This was going to be our kick-off episode for the MaxFunDrive, which has been postponed. We've cut most of the drive-talk out of the episode -- hence the shorter-than-usual runtime and occasional pauses. Hang in there, y'all.) Join us as we open up the My Brother, My Brother and Me book to a brand new chapter; one celebrating lifestyle brand…
 
About this EpisodeToday we are honored to host Jamie Blackhart on the show. Jamie, is a former US Army Veteran and the founder of Old Army Coffee and Advisor Tactical. Jamie worked as a Lighting Manager for the Western US and Pelican and Senior Manager of North America for SureFire. Today Jamie will talk about his learnings from the failures and hi…
 
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