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Door County Pulse Podcasts is dedicated to bringing you the news and stories of Door County, Wisconsin. On Wednesdays listen to the Weekend Primer, a round up of the weekends upcoming events, One-on-One, a Door County Interview series, or Stories from the Door, the best of Door County Living Magazine read aloud. Every Friday we'll do a deep dive into some of the articles you can find in the current issue of the Peninsula Pulse. For Door County news, events, and more, visit www.doorcountypuls ...
 
Welcome to the iTunes Podcast of the Door Audio Tour. This audio tour is the perfect way to acquaint yourself with Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. It’s like having a local riding around with you telling what to see and do while visiting Door County. The tour is updated yearly. Subscribe to be notified of updates.
 
Situated along the Faulkner county line some 30 miles north of Little Rock, Arkansas, what was once a 20-acre tract of overgrown pasture and timberland has since been converted into the happy, Christian homestead, homeschool, retreat, and residence for this seven-member family. Follow our journey as we share important lessons we've learned along the way.For more information, visit www.thekinnardhomestead.com
 
Want to give more energy efficiency to your home? Atlas Windows and Manufacturers provides professional window and door installation facilities in Orange County to numerous happy homeowners looking to embellish and bring more energy quality to their dwellings. For more details, visit: https://www.atlaswindowsoc.com/vinyl-windows-in-orange-county
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visiting http://jeremyherrell.com God bless!
 
We believe that Jesus is the complete expression of God's heart towards a sinful humanity. Rather than condemning the world, He died for us. So our faith is founded on the truth that through Jesus we can be made right with God and walk in a personal relationship with Him, being transformed through His grace and the work of His Spirit within us. Jesus is always at the center.
 
Having bought a professional football club Peterborough United aged 29 and been in the game for nearly 15 years Darragh shares his opinions on all things football as well as business discussion in this weekly podcast. Brutally honest, direct opinion and insight of what happens behind the scenes, not in the public eye in the frantically busy and ever-changing world of football. Hence the name of the podcast being “The Hard Truth” Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/darragh-macanthony/support
 
Wills Valley Community Church is about providing a safe place for anyone who doesn't feel comfortable in a traditional church. It's about having an open door policy to accept everyone-right where they are. It's about not having to look or dress a certain way or have it altogether before we walk through the doors of the church. We'd like to invite you to come visit us at Wills Valley Community Church. When you do, you'll experience 'so much more'...a warm welcome, worship that will help you c ...
 
Disabled Air Force Veteran, Tanya Barnett is a healthy relationship expert and lifestyle empowerment speaker. She is the Award-Winning and Best Selling Author of Being a Wife Just Got Real. Tanya was inducted into the Charles County NAACP Hall of Fame because of the work of her nonprofit, Forever Free Books. She has been featured on/ in OWNTv, Essence Magazine, Huffington Post, The Today Show, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, TEDx, Sirius XM, Johns Hopkins University, NAACP, Congressional Black ...
 
The Crime Shack is a podcast created and hosted by Michelle Pense, that reviews and discusses various crimes and strange disappearances around the world. The Crime Shack dives into the details, providing factual information as well as personal perspective and commentary. (Content may contain elements that are not suitable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Views and opinions expressed in this podcast and on our website are our own and do not represent that of law enforcement ...
 
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Last year parents in Sturgeon Bay nearly lost their primary child care provider. In northern Door County, talk of Gibraltar School adding 4 year-old kindergarten has the area's main child care provider on edge. Myles Dannhausen Jr. is joined by Cindy Trinkner-Peot of Northern Door Children's Center and Alexis Fuller of the Door Community Child Deve…
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visit…
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visit…
 
Author Clint Smith traveled to some of the most charged places in America’s history, from the Monticello Plantation in Virginia to the Blandford Cemetery, where Confederate soldiers are buried, to gain a deeper understanding of America’s history with slavery and its relationship to this history. We sit down with Smith to discuss his new book, “How …
 
Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib on Monday became the first active NFL player to come out as gay. Nassib, who is entering his sixth NFL season and second with the Raiders, announced the news on Instagram, saying he wasn’t doing it for the attention but because he felt representation and visibility were important. “I just wanted to take a…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with Dr. Kimberly Shriner from Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. Today’s topics include: U.S. hits 150 million people vaccinated Delta variant could dominate U.S. in weeks Scientists warn that COVID-19 may shrink parts of the brain Black Angelenos have hig…
 
One of iconic musician Joni Mitchell’s most beloved albums, “Blue,” has its 50th birthday this week. According to Ann Powers, NPR’s music critic, it’s an album that has continuously restored itself over the decades, offering new meanings to different listeners. Love, loss, place and loneliness, all themes of the album that resonate deeply and profo…
 
Ranked choice voting makes its debut in New York City's mayoral primary Tuesday in one of the most high-profile tests yet for a system gaining use in pockets across the U.S. The system is based on a simple premise: Democracy works better if people aren't forced to make an all-or-nothing choice with their vote. Rather than pick just one candidate, v…
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visit…
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visit…
 
Jeremy Herrell brings a constitutional voice with a new age populist way of speaking! Brash & Bold. The original pioneer of MAGA music. Listen daily for what is really happening in the political theater of the United States from sea to shining sea. Please consider becoming a monthly or one time supporter to help fund the growth of the show by visit…
 
Couples in the U.S. are racing to the altar in a vaccination-era wedding boom that has venues and other vendors in high demand. With restrictions on large gatherings loosening, wedding planners and others who make the magic happen said they’ve started pushing their bookings into late 2022 and early 2023. Also contributing to the rush are couples wh…
 
Last week, Californians felt the test of heat as the first heatwave of the summer enveloped over various countries. However, the rising temperatures haven't subsided just yet. On Thursday, California issued a state of emergency due to the excessive heat. The California ISO, which operates 80% of the state's electric grid, sent flex alerts over the …
 
The Supreme Court decided unanimously Monday that the NCAA can’t enforce rules limiting education-related benefits — like computers and paid internships — that colleges offer to student athletes. The case doesn’t decide whether students can be paid salaries. Instead, the ruling will help determine whether schools decide to offer athletes tens of th…
 
After more than a year in quarantine, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that many Americans are wasting no time making summer travel plans. Flight and hotel bookings are going fast, rental cars are in short supply around the country, and popular outdoor attractions like National Parks are more crowded than usual this summer. Our very own Larry Mantle…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong. Today’s topics include: A pill to treat COVID-19? The U.S. is betting on it Wondering if the vaccine worked? Get the right test, at the right time US coronavirus infections this fall could reach 20 percent of last winter's…
 
Last week saw the release for the film “In The Heights,” a film that was hailed by many as a means to showcase the Latinx experience in Washington Heights, as well as represent the diversity found in that specific community. This all came to a head during an interview conducted by Afro-Cuban journalist Felice Leon, who had noted to “In The Heights”…
 
Last November, Los Angeles County voters passed Measure J, which required the county to set aside 10 percent of unrestricted county funds to social justice and diversion programs. But a proposed ruling from Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mary Strobel calls the measure unconstitutional in the way that it restricts county executives from The…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, Larry Mantle speaks with Dr. Timothy Brewer from UCLA. Topics today include: California loosens COVID-19 mask rules for vaccinated workers A pill to treat COVID-19? The U.S. is betting on it Mental health worsens for parents, other unpaid caregivers during COVID-1…
 
In 2014, Barbara Hauser used her talents of community building and creativity to launch The Red Door Project, a pop-up art show and silent auction held around Cincinnati. She often fielded questions about how successful each show was, but Barbara chaffed at the idea of measuring success based on attendance or number of pieces sold.On episode 92, Ba…
 
Andrew Kleidon is joined by Special Issues Editor Grace Johnson and Vanessa McGowan, musician and Pulse music writer, to talk about everything you can find within the 2021 Summer Music Preview. This years issue is full to the brim with featured musicians, including two bands presented by the Peninsula Pulse, weekly live music, performance venues, i…
 
This week, California’s economy reopened, and with it, the state dropped most mask requirements - but not all. Masks are still required for workers while they’re at work. Thursday, California’s workplace regulatory board - Cal OSHA - meets to vote on a proposal that would change coronavirus protocols in the workplace. Fully vaccinated workers could…
 
Last week, following a meeting with Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei, Vice President Kamala Harris spoke at a news conference where she sent a message to those who wish to cross the border from Mexico to the United States: “Do not come.” This comes after president Biden had sent an immigration bill to Congress that had mentioned its willin…
 
When L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva arrived in Venice earlier this month in a cowboy hat promising to clear its famous boardwalk of homeless people, he seemed to surprise just about everybody. After all, Venice is the LAPD’s jurisdiction. Chief Michel Moore was among those caught off guard. “I did not invite the sheriff into Venice Beach,” Moo…
 
If you hear your doorbell rung today, oftentimes you'd expect to see a package or bags of food at your doorstep. But just a few decades ago, one would expect to see a woman and her bag of perfume samples. Enter: the Avon lady, and of course the company's earworm jingle. Experiencing much success in the years following World War II, Avon often relie…
 
This Saturday is Juneteenth, an annual celebration which marks the emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. Even though President Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation officially outlawed slavery in 1862, this didn’t become a reality nationally until June 19, 1865. That’s when Union troops took over Texas and freed th…
 
Last week, reports emerged that the Justice Department under former President Donald Trump seized data from the accounts of at least two members of the House Intelligence Committee in 2018 as part of an aggressive crackdown on leaks related to the Russia investigation and other national security matters, according to a committee official and two pe…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, guest host Sharon McNary speaks with Dr. Shruti Gohil from UC Irvine’s School of Medicine. Topics today include: These communities remain at high risk for dangerous COVID-19 variants rapidly increasing in US, expert warns Former White House adviser says dangerous …
 
When many people think about LGBTQ history in the United States, they cast their minds to New York City, where the history and mythologies around Stonewall and activist groups like ACT UP loom large. But Los Angeles has long been a hotbed for queer resistance and activism as well. A decade before Stonewall, gay and trans people warded off a police …
 
Salton Sea water levels continue to go down and that poses a number of problems for nearby communities and the organisms living in the water. A number of proposals being considered are focusing on the idea of importing seawater across the state’s desert to solve the problem. Environment reporter Mark Odalde’s new piece looks at the proposed plans. …
 
We explore a branching storyline in Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors. Developer: Chunsoft | Publisher: Spike/Aksys Games | Initial Release: December 10, 2009 Jacob, Moe and special guest CtrlAltNoob escape rooms, solve puzzles and travel through space and time to survive and thrive. Players: Jacob McCourt (@JacobMcCourt) & Moe Murtadi (@mmurtad…
 
If you’re on Facebook, then you might be familiar with Buy Nothing groups. These are hyper local groups where neighbors can give away goods or services for free. And you’ll see all sorts of things on there: bikes, dog walking offers, used lamps and desks and even half-eaten cakes. The Buy Nothing Project was started in 2013 by two women from Washin…
 
Owning a peacock was once considered a status symbol, particularly around the turn of the twentieth century. Elias J, "Lucky" Baldwin, founder of Arcadia, imported several pairs of peafowl—known colloquially as peacocks—from India to his Santa Anita Ranchero in 1879. Since then, peafowl have roamed the streets of San Gabriel Valley and even Palos V…
 
We’ve talked a lot on AirTalk about how companies and employees are planning their returns to working in the office. Many employers are exploring the possibility of allowing workers to continue to work on a hybrid schedule where they’d come to the office on some days and work from home on others. But as these companies and workers grapple with that…
 
Working at an ice cream shop, a movie theater concession stand, up in a lifeguard tower— for many young people, seasonal work is a reality of an American summer. Summer jobs are a way young people save money for school, help their families out financially, or just make some extra cash to fund their summer plans. On the flip side, some employers rel…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, we speak with UCSF’s Dr. Peter Chin-Hong. Today’s topics include: California COVID-19 reopening: Everything you need to know As California reopens, 6 things to know about COVID-19 California's reopening — what changes today? California reopening concerns on varian…
 
The attorney for two witnesses in a sexual harassment lawsuit against the city says her clients’ testimony backs up allegations of inappropriate conduct by a longtime advisor to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti. KPCC/LAist senior politics reporter broke the story on Tuesday afternoon. “My clients are whistleblowers… who saw time and time again that the all…
 
In our continuing series looking at the latest medical research and news on COVID-19, guest host Kyle Stokes speaks with Dr. Kimberly Shriner, infectious disease specialist at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena. And as California is set to reopen its economy, we talk to health reporter Jackie Fortiér about what to expect tomorrow. Topics today include…
 
While we've been fortunate to hear many stories of the resilience of businesses through the pandemic, sadly others have not been so lucky. From restaurants to gyms to movie theaters to retail shops and beyond, you'd be hard pressed to find someone who can't tell you one place they loved that had to close during the pandemic. In a recent photo essay…
 
After a year of zoom, distancing and uncertainty, school is out for many teachers and students in Southern California. Some teachers taught virtually in their living rooms, while others taught kids in person, wearing masks and spaced apart - but regardless of the specific circumstances, it was a novel year for all. We reflect on the school year, it…
 
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