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Grating the Nutmeg scratches beneath the surface of Connecticut's history with stories from Connecticut Explored, the state's most popular history magazine, and new content unique to this podcast. All are stories about the past well worth hearing in the present. A joint production of the State Historian and Connecticut Explored, our goal is to give you great history you look forward to listening to
 
We're not parents, we're just a couple silly boys in a rock-n-roll band called Cool Parents. If you dig flawless comedy that's objectively "hysterical," this show is for you. If you want advice on how to be a mama or a pep pep, you should still listen to this show, but also see a licensed professional.
 
Credentialed NHL journalist Evan Marinofsky covers all things Boston Bruins Hockey. Released every Tuesday morning on the CLNS Media Network and clnsmedia.com, Bruins Beat provides the most detailed and in-depth breakdowns and analysis of the week that was for the six-time Stanley Cup Champions. Evan is also joined every week by league executives, players, coaches, and the most notable names in both the local and national media in the Bruins Beat featured guest segment. Download Bruins Beat ...
 
Ziplok is an American rapper, producer and businessman from Nashua, New Hampshire. Fans can look forward to hearing this artist on collaborations with Ol' Dirty Bastard Jr., Baby Eazy-E (E3), Rampage The Last Boy Scout, Scott Isbell and more. If you are interested in bookings or collaborations or marketing contact Ziplok at ziplok@mail.com http://www.ziplok.net
 
Our weekly 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.
 
Look Like a Local is a travel podcast that will take you across North America. We interview local residents of travel destinations to find out where the best places to eat, see, and hang out are. It's like having a friend in all sorts of travel destinations to give you the inside tour and get you off of tourist trap lane. Look Like a Local is for anyone who wants to find the local's favorite places to that aren't going to be mentioned in the guidebooks.
 
Perhap’s you're kicking the tires to see if Church of Emmanuel is right for you, or maybe you've been around here for awhile and are keeping up to date on a missed sermon. Either way, we're so glad you're here! These Sermons are available online for free in hopes that you would find them to be relevant to your life and meaningfully challenging. If Church of Emmanuel is not your church home, we would like to encourage you to use this audio only as a supplement to a real connection with a loca ...
 
Greater Boston is a bi-monthly full-cast audio drama that blends the real and the unreal, the historical and the fantastical. It all begins with the death of Leon Stamatis, a man for whom the least hint of uncertainty makes life unbearable. But by leaving the world, he has irrevocably changed it. Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason. A production of ThirdSight Media LLC.
 
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Steve Estremera, Phil Barone and Patrick Davitt are fascinating individuals, each with their own superpowers, but once combined they become Conquer The World Race Management (CTW) a formidable force in the Northeast Ultra Scene. Evil Becky and AFB spend some time probing the adventurous scientific minds of this race trio and take a deep dive into t…
 
In Episode 191, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger explore the woods around the Notchland Inn in Hart’s Location, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, searching for the ghost of Nancy Barton. In the winter of 1788, Nancy left her boarding house in Jefferson, New Hampshire, to trek 30 miles through the snow to chase down her faithless lover who had sto…
 
No one knows more about transportation in Connecticut than historian, civil engineer, and highway and transportation planner Richard DeLuca. In this recent virtual lecture for Cheshire Public Library, promoting his new, second volume on Connecticut transportation history Paved Roads and Public Money (Wesleyan University Press), DeLuca underscores t…
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 252 How will Taylor Hall Fit in Boston & Best Trade Deadline for Don Sweeney Ever? Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss the Bruins moves at the Trade Deadline. The main topic: Taylor Hall. Will he work here? Where will he fit into the line…
 
If you are not in the mood for a good ole ride in the douche canoe, then this may not be the episode for you. We discuss the utter terror that may be found on an all night run on the Hop River Trail. What is it like to deal with the hardships of technical stone dust, or getting stalked by a cat at night as it prepares to pounce. AFB and Evil Becky …
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 251 How Does the Tuukka Rask Injury Impact Bruins Trade Deadline Plans? Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss the impact Tuukka Rask's injury has on the Bruins' Deadline plans. They also get into why the new top six looks really good and so…
 
Visitors have been enchanted by the thousands of soft and fragrant rose petals in Elizabeth Park’s Rose Garden since it opened in 1904. Climbing roses intertwined in overhead garlands, hybrid tea roses and heritage roses in every color symbolize romance, friendship, and passion. Elizabeth Park on the Hartford-West Hartford border is home to the cou…
 
In Episode 189, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger visit a memorial off the side of the road in Alfred, Maine, that marks the site where America’s first elephant was gunned down in cold blood back in 1816. The elephant named Old Bet had toured throughout New England for eight years before a jealous farmer named Daniel Davis gunned her down as she approach…
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 250 Should Don Sweeney be on the Hot Seat & Bruins Moves Must be Made Soon Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss whether or not Don Sweeney should be on the hot seat. They also go back and forth on why this weekend highlighted many differen…
 
What an amazing soul Callie Vinson is- from unhealthy at 377 lbs a decade ago to lining up at the Tahoe 200 this September, we talk all things trail, running but most importantly life. Hear how her first race went (the 2016 Chicago Marathon) to what's she's up to now. Team PAWS Callie & Shan's CULTRA episode Callie's Instagram Steep Endurance Ragge…
 
"Sorry, my brain is broken. Any idea what to call this one?" inquired one Art Byram, the Poet Laureate of Connecticut Ultrarunners and Trail Mavens Alike. We literally had like no real content. We riffed on the following: yellow-eyed Sith lords; how much we miss each other; a bunch of CUT112 shit; the complete and utter idiocy of VERTICAL MADNESS; …
 
In Episode 188, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger explore the woods of Narragansett, Rhode Island, in search of a strange configuration of stone monuments locals call the Druid’s chair and Witch’s Altar. In the 1880s, these monuments and the house across the street were built by eccentric Spiritualist Joseph Peace Hazard. Though Hazard built these struct…
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 249 How COVID Impacts Bruins & What Bruins Should Give Up At Trade Deadline Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss how COVID impacts the Bruins long-term. It might not be too great. They also discuss Boston's deadline plans and what they sho…
 
Ryan Williams is a quality dude- from his no-nonsense approach to both running and life he brings his expertise to looking at FKT routes and deciding which ones are good, and which ones are Strava segments. An aquatic field biologist by trade, he is a true outdoorsman- from his upbringing on the trails of North Cannan and Norfolk he developed a lov…
 
In Episode 187, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Leominster, Massachusetts, in search of Joseph Palmer and Silas Lampson, two men who were persecuted and even jailed for wearing a beard in the 1830s. Though they were both devout Christians, they were attacked, mocked, and even accused of being in league with the devil, all for sporting facial ha…
 
In late 2018 Cultra was a select group of ultra runners, sworn to secrecy and bound by the belief that one should pursue the perfect trail run adventure, and worry about the consequences later. In a misguided attempt to drop out of the civilized world, the five gathered weekly to share their tales, of all the fun shit that happens on the trails tha…
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 248 Bruins Need a Shake Up & When Will it Come? Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss why the Bruins are so inconsistent. They also get into why the Bruins need a serious shake up, what it might look like and when it might happen. Plus, sta…
 
We sat down with Dan Grip to see what makes him tick and what he's been up to lately. From winning tough races like Cat's Tail to setting numerous long FKTs, Dan has a philosopher's mind and an engineer's pragmatism as he approaches trails and ultras. A musician by trade he also does get random 90s alternative songs stuck in his head like the rest …
 
Sometimes tombs become crime scenes. State Archaeologist Emeritus Nick Bellantoni talks with Walt Woodward about two such cases in which he was called in to do forensic archaeology, and the process of doing historic detective work in pursuit of justice. He also provides the latest developments concerning the discovery of revolutionary war skeletons…
 
Clocking in at a svelte 58 minutes, it's our new slim episode. We still manage to jackass like we're a much bigger deal and we really pack in all the stuff, but really we just didn't have the time to go huge. Muddy Socks Magazine CUT112 Ragged Cuts Steep Endurance Live Loud Running Connecticut Forest and Parks We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify…
 
In Episode 186, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger lurk the streets of downtown Manchester, Vermont, searching for a demon vampire. In 1793, the body of Consumption victim Rachel Harris Burton was exhumed after three years in the ground. Her vital organs were cut from her chest and burned in a nearby forge. Those ashes were then fed to Isaac Burton’s seco…
 
These alternate titles for this episode should give you a great idea of what to expect: The Rock Has Eyes Bubble Gum Tongue Muscle Joseph Smith: Skinwalker Joseph Smith: Realm Squatter God Hole Shrimpin' for Oil If you'd like to support us on Patreon, you'll get free gifts and a TRUCKload of extra content for only $3 or $5. Help us out, would ya?! …
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 247 Should the Bruins Trade Jake DeBrusk & Looking at Brandon Carlo's Value Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss whether or not the Bruins should trade Jake DeBrusk. It's more complex than you'd think. They also get into what Brandon Carlo…
 
We came, we saw, we jackassed. We talk about (in no particular order): Covid, contrast baths and showers, Burning Man, a half marathon, then a double half, then a triple half (or one and a half marathons), giving away our medals and participation trophies, running in the rain, and other wonderful and useful topics for you to run with or sit in traf…
 
In Episode 185, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Deerfield, New Hampshire, in search of a 175-year-old mystery thundering from below ground. Between 1834 and 1846, a series of explosions emanating from below ground were reported in the southern part of town. The sounds were as loud as cannon fire, and the concussion could knock over a stone wall…
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 246 What's Wrong with the Bruins & Jack Eichel Trade Chatter Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss why the Bruins are struggling. Will Jake DeBrusk ever start scoring again? They also discuss the latest rumors surrounding Jack Eichel and th…
 
In 1969, women were allowed entry to undergraduate study at Yale for the first time. Their experience was not the same as their male peers enjoyed. Isolated from one another, singled out as oddities and sexual objects, and barred from many of the school’s privileges, the young women nonetheless met the challenge of being first and changed Yale in w…
 
Allegedly the first letters of each word in "all day I dream about sex" spells a German shoe manufacturer's name. Cool. #jackassepisode We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: h…
 
New Jersey is not known for its trails, but we're hoping that changes soon- and if Sassquad Trail Runners' Kim Levinsky has anything to say about that, then it changes today! Kim has a competitive background as a two-sport athlete collegiately and brings her passion over to the trails and infuses that into every Sassquad Trail Party. Hear about how…
 
In Episode 184, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger don their gym shorts and pump some iron in Voluntown, Connecticut, while they search for Elmer Bitgood: the strongest man in New England. Bitgood kept himself in the newspapers between 1909 and 1916 by performing various feats of strength, including lifting 2600 pounds in front of reporters! But when you …
 
Bruins Beat w/ Evan Marinofsky Ep. 245 The Bruins Proved Something Important at Lake Tahoe & Mattias Ekholm Should be Trade Deadline Target No. 1 Presented by BetOnline Evan Marinofsky of CLNS Media is joined by Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal to discuss the Bruins experience in Lake Tahoe. Aside from Barbie Girl, they get into how this trip wi…
 
How does it feel to be outside in the middle of winter in New England for over 40 hours, unsupported on 78 miles of snowy trail? Jimmy Mac teamed up with LSE to take on this trail in the worst conditions. Sure they could have tried it without the snow, sleet and driving rain. They could have had someone wiping their arses every few kelo-meeters too…
 
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