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An interview show exploring how where we live influences who we are. The host is Tola Marts, aerospace executive and municipal elected official. Tola lives in Issaquah, Washington with his wife Tracy. Theme music composed and recorded by Guy Ellis. More of Guy's stuff can be found at https://soundcloud.com/gu42.
 
Hometown Highlights brings attention to professionals, business owners, and community members to highlight their stories. Dominic Frey & Ryan Pessell interview individuals with a special story to share. Their goal is to provide a platform for unique and fun conversations of telling these experiences of individuals, businesses and community events.
 
Ah, America the beautiful. We live in a vast country full of beauty, wonder, and diversity. But our history is full of violence, dark secrets, and malevolence, creating a perfect cocktail for the paranormal. Join Rachel Stafford every week as she recounts listener submitted, first-person tales of paranormal encounters from across America.
 
Shannon and Bailey both grew up in Johnson City, TN but in different times. They love East Tennessee and want to share the good, the bad, and the ugly about living and being creative in the mountains. Their free-wheeling conversations will spotlight various people, places, events, and things around the East Tennessee region every week including a best-bets of things to do and the best and worst of the region they love! New Live Episodes Thursday 8pm http://hometownjc.com
 
Tulsa is the reason God made Oklahoma, fact or fiction? Join host and tour guide Davit Souders on a journey with the little podcast that could..and does, it's sure to give you what you seek,the answer to this age old question. Learn some of the colorful history of Tulsa music past, present and where it might be headed in this weekly one hour broadcast/podcast/diabolicast. Along with some entertaining and quite unique fun facts about Tulsa and other parts of Oklahoma, expect to hear Rock, Pun ...
 
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Have you looked in the mirror and hated what you have seen? We have and it hurts pretty bad! We talked about how words, comments, and more can affect how we perceive ourselves! The verses we talked about!! Psalm 139:14 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 Romans 12:6 Romans 8:28 Jeremiah 29:11 1 Timothy 4:8 1 Samuel 16:7 Ephesians 2:10 Genesis 1:26-27 Romans 12:1…
 
In this episode, Dominic & Ryan sit down with Dave Crosser and discuss his 20+ year career in radio and his love for supporting non-profits in the Findlay area. He shares some of his unique experiences at WKXA and the people he has met along the way. Dave's had the opportunity to interview some big names! Recently, he's made a career transition and…
 
Blackface is a form of theatrical makeup that white performers have used throughout history to portray, and demean, black people. The dark substance white performers would put on their faces was typically shoe polish, grease paint, or burnt cork, and the end result was as ridiculous and off-putting as you might imagine. Throughout history has there…
 
Dave Bronson and Forrest Dunbar head to a runoff election on May 11. (Photos courtesy Bronson and Dunbar campaigns) Hometown Alaska will host RUNNING 2021: Runoff Candidates for Mayor Monday May 3 from 10-11 am. Both candidates will join us for the program. Questions are welcome from the listening audience (see format below). The program will air a…
 
Dr. Zihong Guo, engineering and technical marketing professional, discusses growing up in "Double Dragon Village" outside of Xiantao in Hubei Province, China not far from the provincial capital of Wuhan, a name that you may have heard about in the news recently. Zihong and I talk about what he learned growing up on a commune farm, what life was lik…
 
https://hometownsounds.files.wordpress.com/2021/04/podcast-luce-jenna-camille.mp3 The Luce Listening Party, our collaboration with the Luce Foundation Center in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, continues with special guest Jenna Camille! Tracklisting: Jenna Camille & The Other Guys – Love Me Right [Autumn in Analog] Golden Browne – Power [Brigh…
 
On today's episode I sit down with Courtney Servaes, owner and head brewer of Servaes brewing in Shawnee. They make some super unique and delicious beers here and also have a kid friendly tap room with craft sodas! Within the episode we talk about: How Courtney got interested in craft beer and eventually decided to start a brewery of her own The un…
 
Bill Horan and Matt Leonard learn about a non-profit organization called the Family and Children’s Association - or FCA - which is dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. Their guest is Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds, the President and CEO of the FCA.…
 
Students play during recess at Dena’ina Elementary School in Wasilla in September. (Jeff Chen/Alaska Public Media) Today’s question came from a listener, a father who has weathered and completed his own family’s journey through expensive childcare, for which he’s grateful. But his own success don’t solve the huge challenge in our community, and he …
 
Bill Horan and Matt Leonard learn about a nonprofit organization on Long Island called Momma’s House, that provides young mothers, aged 18 to 24 years, who are homeless or close to it, the guidance and direction they need to support themselves and their babies independently, with their guest, Patricia Shea, the Executive Director of Momma’s House.…
 
In this episode, Dominic & Ryan discuss all aspects of Best Christmas Ever (BCE) with Jaclyn Pessell. After seeing a close friend become a recipient of BCE, Jaclyn knew she wanted to get involved in Hancock County. She became a captain and started the chapter in 2020. She received an overwhelming amount of support from families and businesses and t…
 
Have you ever heard of The Landlord's Game, created by Elizabeth Magie? Well if you haven't, you certainly aren't alone. Elizabeth Magie's creation looked like Monopoly, but it was anti-Monopoly - more accurately, it's the original Monopoly, that was renamed and repackaged in 1906 in one of the greatest intellectual property thefts of the 20th cent…
 
A listener posed a question for Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska and we tackled it on this week’s show. Where are the Alaska Native defenders, prosecutors and judges in our state’s judicial system? What would justice in Alaska look like if there were more robust representation of Alaska Natives throughout the process? Sigvanna (Megan) Topkok, staf…
 
Bill Horan and Matt Leonard learn what it takes to be a volunteer firefighter on Long Island from Robert Leonard, who is the Assistant Chief of the Syosset Fire Department and a Second Deputy Chief Instructor at the Nassau County Fire Service Academy. He is also the Chairman of the Public Relations Committee for the Firemen’s Association of the Sta…
 
World history is filled with strange occurrences, from deadly fashion trends to wars fought on baseless grounds. However, none are as weird as the Cadaver Synod, which saw the decaying corpse of a pope being screamed at for hours on end by one of his successors during a bizarre posthumous trial. The Cadaver Synod continues to haunt the Catholic Chu…
 
Tola interviews King County Executive Dow Constantine, the leader of the sixteenth largest municipality in America. Dow has lived his whole life in Seattle, and talks about life before Microsoft and Nirvanna, the Seattle Freeze, finding love at a college radio station, preserving the arts in Seattle, raising the next generation of music fans, and w…
 
https://hometownsounds.files.wordpress.com/2021/04/podcast-2021-04-09.mp3 Paul performs an online poetry reading, while Tony spots a suspicious package at the post office. Tracklisting: Edy Blu – New Edition [Wild & Free] April + Vista – Every Void [Pit of my Dreams] Tired All The Time – The Board [single] Amal – A New Dance feat. The Khan & Nappy …
 
Bill Horan and Matthew Leonard learn about Shift Group, an education business focused on entrepreneurship and business support, that offers business owners on Long Island trainings on how to shift their business during - and for after - the pandemic. Their guests are Stefan Doering, Founder and CEO of Shift Group, and Thomas Moebus, Advisor of Shif…
 
The nuclear-generated power industry is taking off. Among the latest developments are microreactors that might have advantages for remote communities in Alaska struggling with high energy costs, or military bases, or remote mining operations. It’s time to find out more. (Image courtesy of Office of Nuclear Energy, US Department of Energy.) It’s pro…
 
In the first episode of Hometown Highlights, Dominic & Ryan have a conversation with the mayor of Findlay, Christina Muryn. They discuss her past and how her family was not surprised that she eventually became mayor. She shares her heart for the city of Findlay and her passion for helping others. After talking about her position, the conversation s…
 
On today's episode I talk with Chris Meyers, co-owner of Crane Brewing. They brew a variety of beers but focus heavily on farmhouse and sour style ales. They distribute all over the metro area, and they have a taproom in Raytown, MO. Crane has a strong interest in their community and many of their beers have a special cause behind them. Within the …
 
The centerpiece of the Lincoln Home National Historic Site is the former home of our 16th president, where he lived with his young family for seventeen years. After moving to the White House in 1861, Abraham and Mary kept this as a rental with plans of returning after serving in Washington. Following his assassination in 1865, she refused to come b…
 
Indigenous Peoples and Languages of Alaska. (Alaska Native Language Center) Over the past few years, acknowledging the Indigenous roots of the places we call home has become more common. This is especially true in Alaska, a state rich with Indigenous history and the state with the highest percentage of Native people in its population. Alaska, howev…
 
Welcome to Hometown Highlights, a podcast centered on the positive people and businesses within the communities that surround us everyday. Listen to the trailer episode for a better understanding of what this podcast is about. To stay up to date on the podcast, you can subscribe to it on your favorite podcast platform. You can also like the Faceboo…
 
The first of April is widely regarded as an unofficial holiday reserved for pranks and hoaxes that seem too ridiculous to be believed yet are surprisingly enough to fool several hundreds of people. The pages of history are littered with such incidents, from claims of a flying saucer to news reports of a shocking theft. For decades now, individuals …
 
Tying different colored ribbons to a tree to remember victims of crimes is an annual event across the nation, including in Anchorage, during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, April 18-24. The focus on victims is an opportunity to review and evaluate how victims’ rights are being observed, and what changes still need to happen. (Photo courtesy of…
 
https://hometownsounds.files.wordpress.com/2021/03/podcast-luce-lightmare.mp3 The Luce Listening Party, our collaboration with the Luce Foundation Center in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, continues with special guests Lightmare! Tracklisting: Lightmare – Dirt Lightmare – Sad Boi Black Folks Don’t Swim? – Theme 22 [single] Rosie Cima and What …
 
Hey, Y'all! Today's episode is all about answering the question of what is wrong with me. While talking about this we discussed a few ways to change this mindset but growing your relationship with the Lord. We hope you enjoy it... Love you! Our Info! https://jesusinourhometownpodcast3.carrd.co저자 Gracie Wooten and Erica Grubb
 
When the founding fathers of the United States began adding amendments to the U.S. Constitution to help secure rights and safeguard a free society, the first thing they focused on was the most fundamental: free speech. Autho Charles Slack joins us again for this episode. Check out his book "Liberty's First Crisis" which you can find on Amazon. Visi…
 
Bunny ears image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Host images by Alaska Public Media. The arrival of a new host to Hometown Alaska is a good opportunity to open the phone lines to hear what topics you want us to work on. We call it “all ears” because we’re listening for the ideas you want us to pursue. Joining the Hometown Alaska team is EJ David. Yo…
 
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Anchorage on an April evening. Taken April, 2008. Photo from Flickr/Wikipedia, by Frank. K. Creative Commons License 2.0 Generic UPDATE: Candidate responses to Alaska Public Media’s 2021 Mayor Candidate questionnaire are now available at Running 2021. Fifteen candidates filed to run; 9 candidates returned the questionnaire. Albert Swank, Reza Momin…
 
https://hometownsounds.files.wordpress.com/2021/03/podcast-2021-03-12.mp3 Tony’s car has a mysterious stink, while Paul makes a 5 hour long playlist for Pyramid Atlantic. Tracklisting: Sunstoney – Astral Plane [In Your Apartment] La Palma – Sábado [single] Rosie Cima and What She Dreamed – Another Sundown [Realm of the Warring Gods] Nino Green (Kai…
 
Bill Horan and Matthew Leonard learn all about Lucia Footwear Company - a New York-based footwear design service that provides hand-painted designs and artwork for all types of footwear, is owned and operated by our guest, Anthony De Lucia, who got the opportunity to make custom cleats for David Wright of the Mets and other celebrities.…
 
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