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“Make your statement, face your fear.” A weekly horror fiction podcast examining what lurks in the archives of the Magnus Institute, an organisation dedicated to researching the esoteric and the weird. Join Jonathan Sims as he explores the archive, but be be warned, as he looks into its depths something starts to look back… New episodes every Thursday produced by Rusty Quill, featuring guest actors, short stories, serial plots and more.
 
The Sixth Scale Scavengers is a Hot Toys collecting podcast with a focus on Star Wars, Marvel, and DC Comics. Bryan Fontaine and Chris Leddy (co-founders), along with TC Bedo and Roy Visser, cover news, collecting tips, figure reviews, and more in each episode. The Scavengers hosts don't pretend to be experts, so if you are new to collecting Hot Toys or a veteran collector, join them in their journey to learn more and interact with their audience.
 
Andy Parker has worn numerous hats in life. Professional actor, corporate headhunter, and elected official to name a few. He's also known as a gun-control activist who has appeared countless times in major news outlets, and in 2019 he added “author” to that list, with the publication of “For Alison: The Murder of a Young Journalist and a Father’s Fight for Gun Safety.” With that colorful history comes many backstories from music, theatre, and politics. Some serious, some hilarious, some outr ...
 
*New Episodes EVERY FRIDAY with Special drops throughout the week* Switch It Up is a show dedicated to everything Nintendo Switch! Join us as we focus on two reviews per episode cover the biggest hits to the latest nindie offerings in the e-shop-we aim to cover them all! If you're looking for a new Nintendo Switch based podcast why not SwitchITUP?! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/switchitupshow/support
 
What do a former strip club DJ, a recovering addict, a teen mom, and a career coach have in common? They are all the same person! Join host Donna "Coyote" Shannon for comedic stories and bits that explore life from the unusual side. Featuring personal stories, special guests, funny jokes, and irreverent commentary. Does include naughty words and adult situations - well, sometimes. No promises! Music Credit: "Coyote Strut" by James Nay
 
NEW EPISODES PREMIERE 1st OF EVERY MONTH! Modern day Madison is zapped into old time radio dramas. No technology, no Starbucks, and no one is PC! Will she survive? Follow along as she teams up with radio icons like Sergeant Joe Friday, Marshal Matt Dillon, Superman and more. Original radio scripts adapted to give a funny look at the way things were and the way things are today.
 
Pete and Matt from PhantasticGeek.com take their continuing adventures to sharing news and reviews about Star Trek: Discovery's third season on CBS All Access and Netflix. Looking for Lower Decks? We've got that too! On this podcast, we also cover Star Trek in general, including breaking news about the Star Trek Universe. We are here every week to analyze, theorize, and share your feedback on PhantasticGeek.com, Facebook.com/PhantasticGeek, and Twitter.com/PhantasticGeek. We podcast each epi ...
 
Welcome to St Louis In Tune, where we size up current and historic events involving people, places, and things in areas such as the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, justice, and sports. The interviews on our weekly podcast help give you the edge to live a more informed life. We discuss more than just St. Louis as we connect the Gateway City to our country's cultural fabric and lives. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
 
The Only Star Trek Podcast in Existence. Yep. It's true!* Everybody's got an opinion, sure, but who has the "correct" one? Can you even? Trust us for every correct opinion, and a few wrong ones. From Discovery to Picard to Lower Decks, we're resigned to watching these New Star Trek shows both with and without all the baggage that being a "trekkie" entails. Check out the other Kickers Star Trek podcast, The Rules of Acquisition, about Deep Space Nine, an unsung prequel to modern television. ( ...
 
Whether it’s tagging along with Michael Burnham on her adventures aboard the Discovery or joining Jean-Luc Picard as he returns to the digital airwaves, Feminist Frequency’s Star Trek Podcast is here to dig deeper into every moment of modern Star Trek with you and have fun doing it. From deep analysis of storylines and themes to consideration of hairstyles and the handling of alien cultures, we cover it all, and we regularly beam aboard some insightful special guests to help us (and you) get ...
 
What does Enlightenment mean? Former criminalist, Eldon Taylor, believes that true enlightenment can only come when you learn to take charge of your own thoughts. Can you state that your beliefs truly are your own and not just adopted from ideas that are politically correct and mass approved? According to Eldon Taylor, free thinking is difficult for many reasons, ranging from the psychology of your being to the mass attempts to mold your thinking for the convenience of others! Join Eldon Tay ...
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
Trey's Variety Hour brings together fun and clever people from all over the world to talk about photography, art, the future, and the dynamic nature of the new culture we are all building together. It's hosted by Trey Ratcliff, the travel photographer from StuckInCustoms.com. The show uses the Google+ Hangout feature has the feel of sitting-around-the-fire-after-supper-with-good-friends-and-drinking-port-while-discussing-the-European-theatre-of-war and crazy wildcards thrown into the mix for ...
 
The Inner Gamer is a video game podcast exploring the world of video games and the industry surrounding them. Built for the casual gamer, we dive into the games worth your time and those you likely should avoid. We share the top headlines in the industry each week and have a long-tail discussion on a particular subject that's hot in gaming right now.
 
Alyssa Malehorn and Zack Fuentes are spiritual catalysts, sharing insight and conversation about awakening, ascension, multi-dimensional living, and spiritual partnership. With new episodes every week, go beyond the ordinary into the dynamics of the unseen world, as Alyssa and Zack demystify the path to enlightenment. If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes. For more support, guidance and community for your spiritual journey, check out over 60 FREE guided m ...
 
The Star Trek Discovery Podcast is an in-depth, long-form, community-driven discussion about Star Trek: Discovery, shown weekly on CBS All Access in the U.S., CTV Sci-Fi Channel in Canada and Netflix everywhere else. We also cover Star Trek: Picard and Star Trek: Lower Decks, and include episodes of The Star Trek Picard Cast in this feed. We’re Brian Meloche and Ruthie Rink, two long-time Star Trek fans, and each episode we analyze the story, characters, and how the shows are placed in the S ...
 
The official podcast for Utah Lake. Hosted by the Utah Lake Commission, this podcast discusses the facts, fiction and fun to do with Utah Lake. Topics include projects at the lake, answering questions and dispelling rumors, featuring popular recreation activities at the lake and more. Each episode aims to share the works and wonders of Utah Lake. *Subscribe or listen to the podcast in the "Where to Listen" section below.
 
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When he ran as Hilary Clinton’s running mate in 2016, one astute journalist coined the nickname for him-- “America’s Dad”-- because of his kind demeanor among other attributes. Tim Kaine is one of the most decent people I know, a devoted public servant, and now with his music, he's got a fallback in case politics don't work out! Here's his latest h…
 
The city of San Francisco could spend $20,000 on a trash can. It could be the first of thousands like it, but officials say others would cost less. In the current cans around the city, trash goes in, but much too often comes out. “They go looking for drugs. They go looking for things to recycle,” said resident Isaac Stevens. “In the neighborhood I …
 
In this episode, Rachael and Kirsty cover the following news:- Patty Jenkins provides an update on her 'Rogue Squadron' movie- A Ronin synopsis is revealed- A making-of documentary on the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian gets announcedWe also provide our quick thoughts on the latest three episodes of 'The Bad Batch'. Finally, we round off the epi…
 
We're not always aware of the world we're creating for ourselves and for others. We don't always understand our impact. But there is impact nonetheless. Read by Tatiana Grey, Maria brings us a story of the world that crept up on us screaming for our attention. Read by Lucie Pohl, Brit's story is about a hero who is rescued by the city she loves."Th…
 
Boeing will put its battered engineering reputation on the line again this week when its Starliner spacecraft blasts off from Florida with a load of supplies for the International Space Station. The mission is a do-over of a 2019 trip that almost ended in calamity, and a dress rehearsal for the Boeing capsule’s first flight with astronauts later th…
 
Washington state is embarking on a massive experiment in police reform and accountability following the racial justice protests that erupted after George Floyd’s murder last year, as nearly a dozen laws took effect Sunday. But two months after Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bills, law enforcement officials remain uncertain about what they require, lead…
 
GC13 and David discuss The Emily Ghost Institute For Manners and Magical Etiquette from Summer Camp Island, and yep: that title is a mouth full. And we all know how rude it is to talk with your mouth full. Well, except for maybe Oscar. (He’s kind of thick, you see.) At least he didn’t have to eat any knuckle sandwiches, and Hedgehog even got to go …
 
We invite our friend Travis on to talk about Amazon's new MMO New World. It's a brand new MMORPG from Amazon Game Studios and we're surprised at how good it is! We played well over 10 hours each and got a good in-depth look at the gameplay, leveling system, world building and more. In the news we discuss EA Play, the Annapurna Showcase and Ubisoft'…
 
COVID mandates resulted in nearly 150 Seattle businesses permanently closing. But as the Seattle economy finally reopens, residents and tourists have a new retail outlet to buy clothing and alcohol. It’s a few blocks away from Pike Place Market, occupying prime real estate near Sub Pop Records and trendy restaurants Serious Pie and Shaker + Spear. …
 
A group of at least five self-proclaimed "sovereign citizens" moved into an empty Maryland mansion and tried to claim it as their own, The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday. The group, which included a dentist and a convicted sex offender, moved in, changed the locks, and put a chain across the driveway with a "private property" sign. The homeowner, …
 
When Madison’s new boyfriend, Angus Morgan, steals her iPhone and disappears to Cairo, she'll stop at nothing to hunt him down and get her phone back. In Cairo, she teams up with the American nightclub owner Rocky Jordan, who was also swindled by Angus. Trouble is, the newspapers say Angus is supposed to be dead! Enter a Swede, a Frenchman, a salva…
 
Karen Vigna - Karen is a High School English teacher who is graduating from Saint Mary’s with a focus on communication. She emphasizes the importance for teachers to communicate with other teachers to combat isolation. Recorded live at the 2019 Action research Conference at St. Mary’s College. This episode of Inspiring Teachers is brought to you by…
 
After a deadly weekend of gun violence in Seattle, many people who live in these impacted neighborhoods are now criticizing the City Council for not showing up to check on constituents or answer questions about public safety. “The silence is deafening,” says former City of Seattle Safety Advisor Scott Lindsay Councilmember Andrew Lewis represents P…
 
As crime surges across the nation, Democratic mayors in approximately 20 U.S. cities that have called for defunding the police have received millions in taxpayer funds towards their own personal security details, according to a new report. New data compiled by Forbes auditor Open the Books through Freedom of Information Act requests reveals that th…
 
There were four people killed in Seattle early Sunday, plus at least six more injured in unconnected shootings. That was in addition to another deadly shooting that happened Friday night bringing the weekend total to five deaths. Today Mayor Jenny Durkan gave a press conference about the weekend violence in which she pointed out that lack of police…
 
It's the Editor's turn! Some of The Magnus Archives editors, Annie, Elizabeth and Nico sit down to listen to a selection of their favourite editing moments from the show. Content Warnings Explicit language Spoilers for all of The Magnus Archives Hospitals Physical violence & death (inc. SFX) Discussions of: COVID-19 pandemic Mentions of: mass death…
 
Director Tim Breitbach relates the harrowing true story of Sgt. Dan Hefel. The film follows one of the final 19 prisoners of war to come home from the Vietnam War. The film was included in the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase and received the Audience Choice Award for documentary feature. This is Season 4! #film #independentfilm #documentary #stlouis …
 
State and local officials have managed to dole out just $3 billion of the over $46 billion in rental aid allocated by Congress for the coronavirus pandemic, according to Treasury Department data released Wednesday, as the looming expiration of the federal eviction moratorium at the end of this month prompts mounting criticism of the Biden administr…
 
Even as the search for victims of the Surfside condominium collapse continues, a question has surfaced: What will become of the land? Although beachfront property is a hot commodity in South Florida, survivors, families who lost loved ones and neighbors are struggling to imagine another apartment building or hotel in a space that has suffered so mu…
 
We’ve felt the uptick in gun violence, but now new numbers show the true severity of that surge. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s latest report on shootings in the county released on Thursday says 197 people have been shot so far this year – up 61% over the past four-year average. “What we’re seeing right now is a very disturbing trend. It do…
 
The City of Austin has announced two locations for proposed, city-run homeless camps. The first preliminary site is a three-acre lot at 3511 Manor Road, just east of Airport Road. The second is a larger lot in southwest Austin at 4011 Convict Hill Road, directly off MoPac. The locations are far from final. There will be a city council work session …
 
Shawn Harper grew up with learning disabilities and in poverty. And even when he got to the NFL, he was still taunted with "you're not supposed to be here". He persisted and proved the doubters wrong. He is now a motivational speaker coaching business on overcoming disadvantages and succeeding. Hear his inspirational story and for more great stuff …
 
GC13 and David discuss Ralphie Bear is Back from Glitch Techs. So, everyone mark “Five Nights at Freddy’s episode” off of your checklist. Jinkies those animatronics are creepy… Thank goodness we have a Birthday Ruiner around to take care of them! Maybe we even have two… Save all of your money up, and you too can have a robot try to ruin your birthd…
 
Director Sydnie Grosberg Ronga is back at Max and Louis Productions directing Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar. The play is based on the New York Times best-selling book by Cheryl Strayed and adapted for the stage by Oscar nominee Nia Vardalos. We will answer: What goes on inside a director's mind in planning and prepa…
 
Sometimes the only way forward is through fire. The only way to stay true to yourself is to change. Sometimes that can change the world.Read by Lanna Joffrey and Tatiana Grey, our grand finale comes from Amal El-Mohtar and Merc Fenn Wolfmoor. A poem of survival from Amal and a story of revolution's dawning from Merc. Resistance for the sake of love…
 
The Seattle mayoral candidate who has raised the most funding from Democracy Vouchers — far more than his establishment opponents — owes over $20,000 in back rent, according to the company that manages the apartment building where he resides. With nearly $412,000 raised, housing advocate Andrew Grant Houston surprised opponents and the media with h…
 
Officials in San Francisco on Monday announced plans to increase police foot and bicycle patrols in areas heavily traveled by tourists to safeguard visitors who might be targeted by thieves. Mayor London N. Breed and San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott appeared at the landmark Dragon’s Gate in Chinatown to provide details on the new community pol…
 
In this episode, we continue with Will, Balthamos and Iorek as they steam up river towards the Himalayas. Will shares his story so far, explains the danger Lyra is in and show Iorek the subtle knife. Join us as we discover who the Swiss Guard are, invent snow leopard characters and possible Lost crossovers. ------ Music by: Jaymen Persaud, performe…
 
Crews from the state and city of Seattle are scheduled Thursday to remove a homeless camp that overlooks the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 and has been in place for years after two of its residents were linked to rock attacks on unsuspecting motorists. The decision was made after a recent site survey by Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste…
 
In the wake of a weekend shooting in Portland’s Entertainment District that wounded 6 and left an 18-year-old dead, the ongoing debate about police staffing in Portland has once again come into view. Makayla Maree Harris was shot and killed on SW 3rd Avenue around 2 a.m. Saturday. No one has been arrested for the shooting, and no suspect informatio…
 
Seattle is now averaging more than two cases every day with debris thrown at drivers, mostly near downtown Seattle. Washington State Patrol, working with Seattle police, have arrested 4 people in the last couple of weeks. Yet, another case of rocks thrown from an overpass happened just Friday morning near the Washington State Convention Center. Tro…
 
Over the years, Portlander Kate Fulford has seen more than of her share of love letters. Not the romantic kind, bound up in ribbon, smelling faintly of lilac and sighs, and stashed in an attic trunk, ideally to be found one day by unsuspecting future generations. Fulford, a realtor with Think Real Estate, is talking about the kind of letters that w…
 
Best in the World is a title that few people rightly own, and Lily Hevesh deserves it. Lily’s website, Hevesh5.com is a fantastic place to link to her projects. Lily and her work setting up the finest domino collisions in the world embody the word patience. Her dedication and persistence, and the magic of her videos, have been viewed by hundreds of…
 
A mass shooting in downtown Portland, shortly before last call on Saturday morning, killed an 18-year-old woman and injured six others near a line of food carts in what police described as “an extremely chaotic scene.” Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell said the killing, along with another fatal shooting four hours later in the Parkrose neighborhoo…
 
The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment for 2022 could be 6.1% due to inflation, according to a new estimate. That would be the biggest increase since 1983, according to non-partisan advocacy group The Senior Citizens League, which calculated the figure. It’s also a bump up from last month’s estimate, when the increase for next year was expec…
 
In the finale of our Mothership gaming special, can Android 0170701, Carter and Alabaster Artichoke (The Goodest Boy) survive the nightmares of space? Content warnings Tentacles & aliens Physical violence & injury Bombs & explosions Human remains Discussions of: guns, panic, thalassophobia, medication & drugs, infection Mentions of: death, heart at…
 
Last year, Greg Osuri decided he had had enough of the Bay Area. Between smoke-choked air from nearby wildfires and the coronavirus lockdown, it felt as if the walls of his apartment in San Francisco’s Twin Peaks neighborhood were closing in on him. “It was just a hellhole living here,” said Osuri, 38, founder and chief executive of a cloud-computi…
 
Sorry, kids. It’s not getting any easier to buy a home in Seattle. County property values have continued to rise and two Seattle neighborhoods including Capitol Hill led the way in 2020, according to the King County Assessor’s office. The office says median residential property values rose by 7.9% on Capitol Hill, and by 11.3% in the Ravenna/Univer…
 
Advocates for a safe supply of drugs handed out heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine outside the Vancouver Police Department Wednesday (July 14) afternoon. City Councillor Jean Swanson, along with members of the Drug User Liberation Front (DULF) and the Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users (VANDU), distributed the free drugs outside the Vancouver Po…
 
Overdose deaths soared to a record 93,000 last year in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. government reported Wednesday. That estimate far eclipses the high of about 72,000 drug overdose deaths reached the previous year and amounts to a 29% increase. “This is a staggering loss of human life,” said Brandon Marshall, a Brown University publ…
 
We’re back from our 2 week hiatus with lots to talk about! We jump into Scarlet Nexus, a new JRPG and Loop Hero, a cookie clicker kind of game that’s a ton of fun. We also return to some old games such as Apex Legends and Marvel’s Avengers as we prep for the new Wakonda expansion. In the news, we talk about State of Play from PlayStation and Nacon …
 
GC13 and David discuss Oscar and His Demon from Summer Camp Island. It’s an episode where the strictest standards of silence are upheld. There’s no speaking, no music, and no sounds of wildlife (don’t worry, the woodpeckers are excellent mimes). Well we say there’s no speaking, but that bit at the end… Oscar’s demon gives voice to some very interes…
 
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