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Conversations about trends and issues affecting libraries. The Reaching Across Illinois Library System provides support services to about 1300 library institutions -- academic, public, school, and special -- in northern and western Illinois.
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Dive Deep, the official podcast of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois, is a show where we will dive deep into our faith where we will explore those interesting Catholic questions and issues you may have.
A podcast from Crosspoint Community Church in Eureka, IL.
One More Time is a bi-monthly podcast hosted by Illinois Bands. Each episode we will present a story on a topic related to bands and where the medium is going, both concert and marching. We will also have weekly segments including "Two Minute Rehearsal Techniques" for band directors and “From the Sousa Archives” with Scott Schwartz, Director of the Sousa Archive and Center for American Music.
This podcast creates a space for Hinsdaleans to hear the journeys and stories of entrepreneurs and their business here in Hinsdale, Illinois. Because I believe that sharing our stories allows us to have a stronger & more connected community.
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At Heritage Church, our mission is to help people find and follow God. Welcome to our podcast home on iTunes! You are invited to listen to these weekly messages. Even better--we invite you to visit us in Lake Zurich! We're at 255 Quentin Road, just north of Route 22. Learn more at http://www.HeritageChurch.cc
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Dewhitt L. Bingham, a three-time author on race related subjects, including police officers relationship with black men, Probation Officer of 34 years, Criminal Justice Adjunct Professor of 25 years, and 2014 Heartland Community College Adjunct Professor of the year, discusses all things social justice and criminal justice. Bingham, from a grassroots level, sits down with judges, probation officers, city officials and common citizens with the goal to inform the American citizen of their cons ...
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The All Sweat Podcast, An Echo Podcast powered by the RME, is a show focused on music and the community that supports it. With host Al Sweet, we talk about all things music, community, and happenings around the Quad Cities area on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.
Reporting and analysis taking you beyond the daily news and providing a deeper understanding of our state.
Reporting from in and around Illinois.Listen to Statewide across Illinois in:Bloomington/Normal – WGLT 89.1 (Fridays 11 a.m. - Noon, Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Carbondale – WSIU 91.9 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Mount Vernon - WVSI 88.9 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Olney - WUSI 90.3 (Fridays 2-3 p.m. and Sundays 6-7 a.m.)Quad Cities - WVIK 105.7 HD-2 (Fridays 11 a.m. - noon)Rockford/DeKalb – WNIJ 89.5 (Saturdays 6-7 a.m., Sundays 2-3 p.m.)Springfield/Decatur - WUIS 91.9 (Fridays 11 ...
The Compass Church consists of one body, with one mission, meeting in different locations and at slightly different times. Our mission is: Helping People Find & Follow God and our vision is to become a community of life transformation taking the hope of the gospel here, near and far. If you want to learn more about who we are and see our service times, visit thecompass.net.
The KSN Podcast examines various aspects of our industry including condominium, homeowner, and townhome association law along with landlord/tenant law, property tax appeals and more. In each episode, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit attorneys share their experience and insight as they discuss legal updates, best practices, industry trends, and more.
Two comedians look at a small town, what makes it tick, and a murder that took place there. In depth research, horrible tragedy, and the hosts' comedic spin on the whole thing. New episodes every Thursday!!
A disc golf podcast that brings listeners below the surface of the competitive disc golf world. Recorded at the world famous Dellwood Disc Golf Shop in Lockport, IL Ryan Fancher, Alex Seminary, and Sean Callahan uncover topics that the typical disc golfer should know, but probably doesn't.
Craft Beer and brewery reviews, mixed with a little pub chat from The Brit and Yankee Pub Studios located somewhere in Chicagoland, presented by Landlord Phil Clark (The Brit), and co-hosts, Chuck Fort (head brewer at Church Street Brewing), and Ken McMullen (head brewer at Hopvine Brewing). Nominated for 2007 and 2016 Podcast Awards, we podcast for the love of beer!
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“Middle America” is a podcast and radio show using history, storytelling, and music to discuss the world that surrounds us. Narrated by the fictional protagonist Wendell Bauer, episodes give both true history of the Central Illinois area and fictional memoir of a resident. Locally created music complements the stories to provide further emotional impact and insight.Topics discussed by “Middle America” thus far have included Illinois abolitionists, the French origins of the Midwest, philanthr ...
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Word of God Evangelical Lutheran Church of Pana, Illinois is a group of Jesus' disciples whose only purpose is to continue in Jesus' Word, the Holy Scriptures. "Word of God" is one of the names given to Jesus Christ in the Bible (Rev:19:13 - John1:1,14 - IJohn5:7). Our Church is founded on Jesus, the Word of God. He is our God and our only Savior (John8:31-32). If the Bible teaches it, we teach it. If the Bible does not teach it, we do not teach it. We do not add to the Bible, we do not detr ...
Illinois Local Government Law Podcast. An insightful discussion on topics concerning Illinois's municipalities, counties, and townships.
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The Your Life, Your Money Podcast helps you thrive in life, wealth and retirement. The show is designed to navigate the complexities around money, building and securing wealth, and achieving financial independence. Scott Sierens, financial advisor at Sierens Financial Group, will provide thoughts, strategies, and ideas on each episode to help you make smart and sound financial decisions. The goal is to take complex financial subjects and make them simple and easy to understand so you can fee ...
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The Illinois Family Spotlight highlights specific cultural or political issues which our listeners need to be aware of. Our discussions are informed by a biblical worldview that helps expose the lies and distortions promulgated within secular culture. We interview policy experts and scholars whose knowledge and insights help listeners form a wiser worldview.
Welcome to Curiosity Unplugged, the talk show where Illinois Tech faculty members leave no topic unexplored, no challenge unconsidered, and no query unanswered. Each month join Chris White, physics professor and vice provost for academic affairs, and Architecture Assistant Studio Professor Colleen Humer as they discuss deep questions facing society today along with other Illinois Tech faculty members.
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Aisha Praught Leer was raised in Moline, ran track at Illinois State and now runs as part of the Jamaican National Team. She joined The 21st to talk about what training with a group and what that was like during the pandemic as well as running for Jamaica.By The 21st Show
Producer’s note: I apologize for not apprising listeners that last week’s podcast (#253) would be one segment and not two. This podcast will have the same format, likewise the third part next week. David Smith, Rich Hartian and their daughters recorded this series of podcasts all at one time, thus the questionable ending last week. Any homeschooler…
State Senator Robert Martwick discusses his legislation to change the board of Chicago Public Schools from an appointed to elected body. The bill passed the Senate on June 1st.By Illinois Senate Democrats
Throughout the midwest, pandemic restrictions are being eased. That's good news for smaller communities who rely on the economic boost of annual festivals and events. After a year that saw nearly all of them canceled, many are back on for 2021.By Sean Crawford
The Byron and Dresden nuclear plants, which supply 30% of Illinois CO2-free energy will power down in 4 months without government intervention. These plants, which are licensed to operate well into the future, are uneconomic amid deregulated energy markets and the cheap natural gas unlocked by the fracking revolution. Keeping existing nuclear plant…
Reforms include required implicit bias training for medical professionals.By Maureen Foertsch McKinney
Word of God Lutheran Church SermonBy Pastor Dennis Rieken
Daily News 6/13/2021
Luke 16: 14-18 | Dave SteinbeckBy Dave Steinbeck
A special crosspost from the WeCANDUIt podcast. Jay Harris, an indigenous energy consultant and proponent of small modular reactor (SMR) for remote locations talks about the energy, nutrition and water challenges facing remote northern communities. We explore the fascinating history of SMRs in remote environments which goes back to the 1950's and w…
Stories include the full reopening of the state Friday, Peoria Police seeing an uptick in gun-related incidents and victims, and Dozer Park welcoming fans at full capacity.By WMBD News
Daily News 6/11/2021
Illinois finally reaches phase 5 of reopening, an update to a stabbing death of a 92-year-old retired surgeon, and Peoria police ask for help in locating a missing woman. These stories and more on CIProud.com.By WMBD News
Dark Windows Podcast Ep. 150: This week we are headed to Kansas on our little cross country creep trip! We cover some local legends like Deer-women, headless men some weird thing with spikes coming out of its elbows and a cemetery that may be a gateway to hell or maybe you can get snapped up by the devil himself, We also try and figure out the stan…
It is our early Father's Day edition in which we feature a beer that will be released on that day. We return to Big Thorn Farm and Brewery to once again experience the fantastic ambience, and enjoy tasting their magnificent brews. The Brit called on co-hosts Ken McMullen and Chuck Fort to join him outdoors on the Pub deck, and select a couple of bo…
The guys are back in the Board Room at Embers Tap House, but this time they've got a packed house - an army of local disc golf club Circle One members are in the hizzy to cheer on this episodes guests': Scott Rangel and Mikey Hvizd. They get deep into how and why Circle One has become so popular in the area and how their leadership produces such a …
Al and Chrissy talk with Chris and Jeni from the Avey Grouws Band about recording their new album, band jokes, gigging, and Kickstarter.By River Music Experience
Stories include new details on the events surrounding the stabbing death of a Peoria surgeon, the state fully reopening Friday, and Dozer Park expanding capacity limits Friday.By WMBD News
Daily News 6/10/2021
Reports and conversations from in and around Illinois.By Sean Crawford
The Illinois General Assembly passed a law that made it a crime to not disclose one’s HIV status in certain situations in 1989. The law has disproportiantely affected Black and brown people, and now an overwhelming majority of Illinois lawmakers have voted to repeal that law.By The 21st Show
Illinois has the highest rate of rented farmland in the country. This could have environmental and economic consequences for the next generation of prospective farmers. The 21st spoke to an agriculture reporter and a farmland owner about the issue and its implications.By The 21st Show
An update to a January 2021 murder of a Peoria doctor, a stolen French Bulldog, and the road to reopening for Illinois. For these stories and more, please visit CIProud.com.By WMBD News
This week, in Morgantown, West Virginia, an isolated house, at the top of a hill is the setting for a very confusing bloodbath, that leaves a lone survivor, a wild story, and possibly some aliens. A man grows progressively stranger, and stranger, until an explosion of violence erupts, but is he in his right mind, or simply defending his home from o…
Daily News 6/9/2021
A group of cyclists are undertaking the One Day Bike Ride Across Illinois, a 150 mile trip from the banks of the Mississippi River in Thompson Illinois to the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago. The 21st spoke with one od those cyckists to hear more about the distance, endurance and what they’ve seen on the ride across our state.…
The 21st spoke with writer Rainesford Stafford about her book "An Ordinary Age: Finding Your Way in a World That Expects Exceptional," a collection of stories from young people who have rejected the pressure to be perfect.By The 21st Show
Even if we’re careful about sorting paper from plastic, and washing that plastic, too, what really happens to our recycling? An Illinois expert says all that paper and plastic you carefully sort from the trash might very well end up in a landfill.By The 21st Show
Stories include a drug designed to treat Alzheimer's disease getting FDA approval, a follow-up to a deadly crash, and a consumer alert regarding the last pharmacy on the southside of Peoria closing.By WMBD News
Daily News 6/8/2021
The cicadas are out again — but only in parts of 4 counties in far eastern Illinois. The 21st spoke about this year’s brood and why you won't be able to escape cicadas in Illinois in 2024.By The 21st Show
Spaces for LGBTQ+ people are disappearing, with nearly 40 percent of gay bars closing around the U.S. in recent decades — including many here in Illinois. This pride month, The 21st spoke with guests about what is lost and where younger generations are finding support and community.By The 21st Show
Episode 11: Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud Bingham conducts has his first in studio interview with two of his former Heartland Community College students who he developed a relationship with through the Male Empowerment Network club for which he was faculty advisor. Kendall “KJ” Johnson and Terrence “TB” Brown, two smart, smooth, and intellig…
Stories include an early Sunday morning break-in that left a 25-year-old dead, 10 truck tires reportedly stolen from Peoria's Midwest Food Bank over the weekend, and an attempted river rescue in Peoria from this weekend.By WMBD News
Daily News 6/7/2021
In this week’s episode of the Brand Your Practice Podcast, Brent talks to Patrick Fortelka from Moment Design Architecture about how he got started and what he's learned as a small business owner. LINKS for Guest Moment Design Website Moment Design InstagramBy Brent Stutzman
There’s nothing like those cool summer nights when you sit around a fire and you begin to share stories. It’s often through those stories that we grow closer to one another. Many times when Jesus spoke, he told stories. Stories of how to live, how to love, and how to honor God. Each week we will unpack these stories that will challenge our hearts a…
When it comes to criminal justice, there have been many attempts at “reform” in recent years. Now some are saying the system is beyond repair, and instead should be abolished. We talked with a former jail warden who encourages abolition and the head of the Illinois Justice Project, who wants a different outcome.…
Amidst a summer filled with rising cases of COVID-19 and political unrest, networks across Illinois sprung up to provide resources and services for those in need of them. This voluntary act of solidarity within communities has been coined as “mutual aid,” and the concept has long existed before the pandemic.…
- Peoria Fire Department Rescue Boat and Dive Team respond to accident along the Illinois river. - Diana Schick set to appear in court Monday morning. - Pastor Chuck Brown looking to open grocery store in a Peoria food desert.By WMBD News
Daily News 6/6/2021
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Hebrews 3:1-6. Showing that Jesus is the better prophet and also better than the angels, the Author now confirms that Jesus is better than Moses. True, while Moses was faithful Jesus is superior in His faithfulness. When trials/ suffering/ hardship come ultimately faithful Moses (and any else other than Jesus for that matter) cannot help us. Theref…
Luke 16: 1-13 | Dave SteinbeckBy Dave Steinbeck
Edgardo Sepulveda, a telecoms regulatory economist, returns to the Decouple podcast to discuss energy equity and how it relates to discussions of energy poverty and energy democracy with a deep dive of the June 2 Public Power Resolution tabled by Cori Bush and Jamaal Bowman. Electricity is considered a “necessity good” in economics. For a variety o…