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What Crime is it?

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What Crime Is It? Features host Cassidy Catanzaro, a Grammy-nominated songwriter and recording artist who has devoted her life to the healing arts. Cassidy's fascination with crime stems from her desire to better understand the human spirit and to explore the darkness that exists in us all. Featuring co-hosts, Annie Donahue and Krystal Scruggs.
 
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Every year Tony Dahlman gets a call on his birthday from Saddam Hussein. He shares the backstory and how this tradition showcases an act of familial love. Tony told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and every…
 
How one Iowan made the bold move to join her small-town boys’ wrestling team and helped pave the way for generations of female athletes to come. Aymi told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can te…
 
Jim Ramm grew up as a half-Asian boy in the Midwest. He shares how he embraced forgiveness after hearing negative stereotypes about his Japanese culture throughout his childhood. Jim told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyon…
 
Jeff Clothier shares how a sabotaged prom date turned into a lifelong friendship. Jeff told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytellers Project events are filled with n…
 
Blake Carlson's grandma "never really grew up." He tells how her eccentricities helped him to embrace his disability. Blake told this story during the Des Moines Storytellers Project's "Growing Up" on April 26, 2022 at Hoyt Sherman Place. The Des Moines Storytellers Project believes everyone has a story and everyone can tell it. Des Moines Storytel…
 
Randy Peterson and Travis Hines discuss the legacy of Iowa State's seniors as they prepare to play their last game at Jack Trice Stadium on Friday against TCU. The duo also preview Iowa State men's basketball's trip to New York for the NIT tip-off.By Chris Williams
 
Randy Peterson and Travis Hines discuss Iowa State's season after it falls to 6-4 overall following the last-second loss to Texas Tech. They also chat about the start of the T.J. Otzelberger's tenure at the helm of men's basketball.By Chris Williams
 
The Des Moines Register's Travis Hines is joined by Chris Williams of Cyclone Fanatic and KXNO to discuss the changing dynamics of college athletics as the name, image and likeness era is set to begin. Later, Tommy Birch of the Des Moines Register joins to talk NIL's possibilities for women's basketball, and also what Matt Campbell's NFL future mig…
 
Randy Peterson and Travis Hines are joined by coworker at the Des Moines Register's Matthew Bain to talk Iowa State football recruiting as the Cyclones hold its annual camps for prospects. Peterson and Hines also chat about the ticket situation for Iowa State's game at UNLV and what the looming name, image and license legislation will mean.…
 
Randy Peterson and Travis Hines are joined by Dargan Southard of the Des Moines Register to get an early look at Iowa State's season-opening football opponent, Northern Iowa. Later, Peterson and Hines discuss Iowa State men's basketball busy recruiting calendar and opine on the bowl-like atmosphere that seems likely for the football team's game at …
 
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