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Do you ever feel like you have this nagging voice that tells you that you are not enough or that there isn't enough in the world today? Well, you are not alone. I wanted to create a podcast that explores this very idea of fear and scarcity. It dominates our lives, yet rarely is talked about. It is a lens that convinces us that we are all alone, cut off, separate from everyone and everything. When just the opposite is true. My hope is that this podcast will be a heartfelt, honest, and playful ...
 
Hooters drummer David Uosikkinen loves talking about music almost as much as he loves making it. From MTV-era super-stardom to his ongoing gig as band leader of the all-star ensemble In the Pocket, he’s got plenty of stories to share. Join him and longtime Philadelphia-area entertainment writer Andy Vineberg for in-depth conversations with some of Philly’s finest musicians, as well as some nationally known acts. If you love hearing the stories behind the songs from the people who lived them ...
 
The goal of our podcasts is to provide timely, relevant information to cities, legislators, media and the public by highlighting and focusing on specific topics in quick-paced episodes. We will discuss policy, legal issues and advocacy matters in a relaxed, conversational style designed to inform and educate while doing so in an interesting and entertaining way.
 
Meet Dan and Dan! Dan Reed, Music Director & Afternoon Host at WXPN in Philadelphia and Dan DeLuca, Music Critic and Columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer sit down on a bi-weekly basis to talk MUSIC! In addition to each show's main conversation, the guys tackle five current music news topics in our '2 Minute Drill', offer up their 'Songs of the Week', and ask you to participate with the 'Homework Assignment'!
 
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The City of Gates faced many unprecedented challenges in the past year and a half and as a new mayor, Ron Carmickle helped to lead the city towards recovery and rebuilding. In this episode, he shares his thoughts on forest management and his personal story of loss, and of how he and the citizens of Gates are turning things around and striving for a…
 
Trumpeter Matt Cappy, who has recorded, toured and performed with the likes of Jill Scott, the Roots, Jay-Z, Earth, Wind & Fire, Dave Matthews, Michael Jackson, Tony Bennett and more, shares stories from a career in music and performs live in studio with David.By Wildfire Podcasts, Matt Cappy, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
 
Glen Burtnik talks about playing Paul McCartney in "Beatlemania," performing and recording with Styx, co-writing the hit "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" with Patty Smyth, recording at the Beatles' Abbey Road Studios, and why his current band the Weeklings likes to pretend the '80s never happened.By Wildfire Podcasts, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg, Glen Burtnik
 
Baker City recently adopted resolution 3881, the first of its kind in Oregon, to directly address specific concerns related to state-mandated lockdowns and how they have affected the businesses and families in the city. In this conversation, Baker City Mayor Kerry McQuisten discusses how her city has been impacted by the COVID lockdowns. Resolution…
 
Promising young singer-songwriter Olivia Rubini, joined by her producer father Ritchie, performs tracks from her debut album "Silhouettes" and shares the stories behind the record, including the challenge of sharing heartfelt, personal lyrics with her dad.By Ritchie Rubini, Wildfire Podcasts, Olivia Rubini, David Uosikkinen, Andy Vineberg
 
It has been a year since the Governor mandated state-wide COVID lockdowns and as cities across Oregon have complied, many have grappled with the challenges of safeguarding their communities and keeping their local businesses vibrant and successful. In this episode, Sandy Mayor Stan Pulliam joins us for a conversation about his city and the efforts …
 
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