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Best Steubenville podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Steubenville podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Welcome to Sex Talk Happy Hour, a podcast hosted by the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault. We hope you'll subscribe and join us as we talk with amazing and brilliant people to talk about sex, sexuality, consent, violence, gender, gender norms, so on and so forth. Subscribe, and follow us on Instagram (@NYCAlliance) and/or on Twitter (@NYCAASA) and let us know what you want to hear about. Use our hashtag, #SexTalkHappyHour.
 
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Todd helps Eric pre-game for his appearance on LoveOV's Split Screen with Nick Nash. Eric manages to blend web presence with local eats...all while making Todd feel a bit homesick (and hungry). To see Eric's list and more information, head on over to Eric's blog. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://…
 
The young ones are now officially out of school (as opposed to the not in school as a result of COVID). The Hersey brothers discuss the lack of Spring Break in their youth...which is a thing their kids get to enjoy. That morphs into a discussion of snow days and then on to: what happens when a young person has the sniffles in a post-pandemic school…
 
This week we talk to former NBA basketball player and Minnesota native Royce White about the police murder of George Floyd. White has been at the heart of the protests in the twin cities and talks to us about his experiences there and his insights into the larger issues of white supremacy, policing, and the role of athletes. We also have some ‘Choi…
 
Lauren asks Todd about the origins of the TodCast, how he got started, and why he does it. They proceed to discuss the social media and how it impacts communication in modern times. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/todd8/message…
 
This week we talk to CNN medical expert and NYU professor Dr. Celine Gounder about Covid-19. We talk to Dr. Gounder about the push to reopen sports, how that undertaking could work, and how the nation’s leadership is dealing with the pandemic. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the NFL’s steadfast plans to reopen this fall, as well as the Trump…
 
This week's show is a talk I did with educator and author Jesse Hagopian about the history of Black athletes and their intersection with the Civil Rights Movement. We go through the famous hidden stories of people like Jackie Robinson and Muhammad Ali as well as people you may never have heard of like Wyomia Tyus and Rose Robinson. The event was pu…
 
Need a way to organize your thoughts, plan your day, remember all those things worth remembering, and so much more? Todd and Lauren have a conversation that you will want to hear! Created by Ryder Carroll, the Bullet Journal Method describes how to keep things organized and efficient to help you live your best life. Lauren walks us through her proc…
 
This week we talk to Scoop Jackson, author of the new book, The Game is Not a Game: The Power, Protest and Politics of American Sports. We talk to Scoop about the book, Scoop’s native Chicago, and the Last Dance documentary. We also have some Choice Words about the NFL’s willingness to play a vital role in Trump’s reelection campaign by trying very…
 
Todd and Eric go into a recording session without a well defined topic, forget to do an intro, break for commercials, etc. Basically what I'm saying is that we recorded a typical phone call between us, which we think you might enjoy... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a v…
 
Occupying the original #5 slot on Eric's rankings, Todd and Eric discuss the ever amazing Electric Light Orchestra (or ELO, because abbreviations are cool and easier to say). We talk about how Jeff Lynne makes some sweet tunes and surprisingly, we do not discuss his sunglasses or hair at all in the episode. If you would like to learn more and see E…
 
This week we talk to Eric Nusbaum, author of the new book, “Stealing Home: Los Angeles, the Dodgers, and the Lives Caught in Between.” We talk to him about his new book, the history of how Dodger Stadium came to be, and the displacement of people of color in the process of building it. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the NCAA and the prospec…
 
Todd brings Lauren Hersey to the TodCast, creator of the Strong Female Boss website, to discuss their experiences with ADHD and coping with stress-filled lives. Check out her handiwork at https://strongfemaleboss.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app· Anchor: The easiest way to make…
 
This week we talk to Jared Ball, professor of Communication Studies at Morgan State University in Baltimore. We talk to him about his new book, The Myth and Propaganda of Black Buying Power, the history of the concept, and its connection to black radical politics. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about The Last Dance for its uncritical look at Mich…
 
This week we take a sidestep from sports and talk to Maurice Cook from the Ward 6 Mutual Aid Network. We talk about coronavirus’ impact on DC, how it’s affected people of color in the city, and what can be done about it. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the dystopian plans to reopen the sports world that are floating around right now. In addi…
 
Todd goes the long way around to share his way of unwinding and disconnecting from his workday, since his office and his home are now one and the same. What he describes (sort of) emulates his usual commute . Not so much in terms of traveling, but rather in the benefit of "stepping away" mentally.Maybe it will help you...grab a few decks of cards a…
 
Todd and Eric make good on their annual spoof of the bracket challenges! As discussed, we created our own brackets featuring toys and activities. Take that, pandemic! More info (and brackets you can fill out if you'd like) can be found at: https://mygamecloset.wordpress.com/2020/03/29/march-madness-2020-toy-edition/Source material: http://content.t…
 
This week we speak to the preeminent soccer journalist in the United States, Grant Wahl, about the role of soccer amidst the coronavirus pandemic. We talk about coronavirus, an update on USA women’s soccer lawsuit for equal pay, and more. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the bribery scandal that should be rocking the IOC. In addition, we have…
 
As much as Todd grew up with Dungeons and Dragons, Eric thrived on professional wrestling. Just in time for April Fools' day and with WrestleMania right around the corner, Eric shares his insights on a sport that is totally real. Links, as promised: Downtown Wresting Federation: https://www.youtube.com/user/dtwflegend and https://www.youtube.com/us…
 
This week we speak to Rod “Slasher” Breslau, and Erin Ashley Simon, two experts on Esports. We speak to them about the impact of coronavirus on Esports, the political economy of the sport, and why traditional sports fans that aren’t on board yet should give them a look. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the activist athlete in the time of coro…
 
Todd and Eric are at it again, with a debate topic provided by our mother: should cell phones be allowed at the dinner table. Unsurprisingly, Todd takes on the role of "grumpy old man who refuses to change with the times" and Eric speaks up for the youth. Enjoy, and don't forget to hit @CastTod on Twitter to vote for who you think "won" the debate!…
 
As Todd switches into "work from home" mode in response to the pandemic, he taps into the expertise of his two favorite freelancers and WFH experts: Abby and Eric. They discuss tips not only to help you be productive, but also stay sane. If you want even more info, both of them have recently (and independently) written articles on this topic as wel…
 
This week we speak to NBA veteran Wilson Chandler about how he is maintaining amid the pandemic as well as his experience playing on basketball’s biggest stage, his stint in China, and the rhetoric of Donald Trump. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the Coronavirus and athletes. In addition, we have ‘Just Stand Up’ and ‘Just Sit Down’ awards to…
 
But that didn't happen this year... So instead of getting bummed about it, Eric and I talk not only of the "bracket challenge that could have been" but also the brackets that will be... You will hear me speak on the 'cast about the "missing" 27th episode....I decided to spin back time and make THIS the 27th episode. Take that, time/space continuum!…
 
This week we talk to ace NBA journalist Ethan Sherwood Strauss about his new book The Victory Machine: The Making and Unmaking of the Warriors Dynasty. We talk to Ethan about that Warriors dynasty, Kevin Durant, and the price of success. We also have some ‘Choice Words’ about the Coronavirus and sports. In addition, we have ‘Just Stand Up’ and ‘Jus…
 
This week we are talking to Power Plays sports reporter Lindsay Gibbs about the promising albeit volatile state of women’s sports and then to Kevin Powell about his experience at Kobe Bryant’s memorial service at the Staples Center. We also have a Kaepernick watch about two volleyball players who took a knee for Palestine. And this week I read a po…
 
This week we speak to retired NBA All Star David West about his life, politics, and support for the Bernie Sanders campaign. We also talk about his work to challenge the NCAA with the Professional College League. We have ‘Choice Words’ about NBA legend Dwyane Wade and why his love and support for his trans daughter Zaya is an act of resistance. We …
 
This week we talk to sportswriter Howard Bryant about his new book, Full Dissidence: Notes From an Uneven Playing Field. It is a searing look at race, power, and the real world beyond the sports world. We have "Choice Words" about the Super Bowl and the spectacle that was. We got "Just Stand Up" and “Just Sit Down” awards to boxer Gary Russell Jr. …
 
This week we talk to Vincent Schilling, associate editor from Indian Country Today about the origin and present ramifications of the Kansas City Chiefs name and mascot. We have ‘Choice Words’ about Kobe Bryant as we reflect on his history on and off the court. We also feature a conversation with The Athletic’s Michael Lee, who knew Kobe. We got ‘Ju…
 
This week we speak to Professor Kenneth Shropshire about a host of issues pervading sports and how today's students are taking them in. We have ‘Choice Words’ with Chuck Modiano on whether there is an ethical team to root for in this week's Super Bowl. We also have ‘Just Stand Up’ and “Just Sit Down” awards to Maya Moore and her incredible work on …
 
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