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William Dean Howells (1837-1920) became fast friends with Mark Twain from the moment in 1869 when Twain strode into the office of The Atlantic Monthly in Boston to thank Howell, then its assistant editor, for his favorable review of Innocents Abroad. When Howells became editor a few years later, The Atlantic Monthly began serializing many of Twain's works, among them his non-fiction masterpiece, Life on the Mississippi. In My Mark Twain, Howells pens a literary memoir that includes such fasc ...
 
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NOTE: The MP3 files used by this podcast appear to be missing. They may have been removed permanently from their source location. Mark Steel's in Town is a stand-up comedy show on BBC Radio 4, co-written and performed by Mark Steel. The series, which was first broadcast on 18 March 2009, is recorded in various towns and cities in the United Kingdom and occasionally elsewhere. Each episode is tailored to the town in which it is recorded, and the show is performed in front of a local audience. ...
 
John Mayall, el patriarca del blues inglés, creó las bases para el desarrollo de numerosos grupos, llenos de talento, en los años sesenta. En la práctica, gracias a él se formaron los núcleos creativos de Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Colosseum, con músicos procedentes de las varias formaciones de Bluesbreakers de Mayall, gente, en suma, que ha marcado (o marca) la historia del rock en todo el mundo. Nacido en Macclesfield, Cheshire, el 29 de noviembre de 1933, John Mayall creció en Bramhall, un sub ...
 
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In Part 3 of this miniseries, Curtis Dean Anderson confesses to a high-profile missing child case. He would be investigated for a series of abductions and murders of children in Northern California. Was he a serial killer as he claimed or was it just another manipulation by this serial predator? Resources: “Portrait of ‘an absolute monster’” by Kev…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk the first three games of the New York Rangers' season. Like the show and want to support it? You can support Bantering the Blueshirts on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/blueshirtbanter You can also leave a positive review wherever you get this podcast if you like what you hear, and we'd greatly appreciate it if…
 
Tech insider and digital privacy guru, Alex Hilton, exposes how Google and other mega corporations steal and sell our personal digital profiles and data for profit. Convenience is their glimmering bait, but we don't have to bite. Alex provides us an array of better, more secure alternatives to the mainstream Data Burglars.…
 
If you could call a number and say you’re sorry, and no one would know...what would you apologize for? For fifteen years, you could call a number in Manhattan and do just that. This is the story of the line, and the man at the other end who became consumed by his own creation. He was known as "Mr. Apology." As thousands of callers flooded the line,…
 
In part two of this miniseries the bravery of an 8-year-old girl unmasks a serial predator named Curtis Dean Anderson. He would be linked to the disappearance of Xiana Fairchild. Resources: "Portrait of 'an absolute monster'", by Kevin Fagan for The San Francisco Chronicle, July 7, 2009. "Midsi Sanchez finds purpose, peace 20 years after being kidn…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike are joined by Adam to talk about his 2020 prospect rankings, and the performance of players at the WJC tournament. Next the gang talks about the projected starting lineup, and hopes for the upcoming season. Like the show and want to support it? You can support Bantering the Blueshirts on Patreon at https://www.patreon.…
 
In this hard hitter (conducted in 2017) we have guest, Judy Byington – a retired therapist who treated individuals victimized by satanic ritual abuse – provide specific details and exposes international Satanic ritual sacrifice rings. She has been doing this for decades – much before current whistleblowers. She is a foremother of satanic/pedophilia…
 
A 7-year-old goes missing from Vallejo, California in 1999. It would be some time before Xiana Fairchild would be linked to a serial predator who would ultimately be connected to several missing and murdered women and children in Northern California and beyond. This is the first part of a month-long series about serial predator Curtis Dean Anderson…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about camp opening up and everything associated with that. It's a shorter episode this week because they also joined Greg and Ryan on The Athletic's Blueshirts Breakaway's podcast which can be found here. Like the show and want to support it? You can support Bantering the Blueshirts on Patreon at https://www.patre…
 
Cold War nuclear whistleblowers Jeff Walburn (former anti-terrorism squad member) and Charles "Chick" Lawson (former Occupational Safety and Health Administration's certified investigator) join me for an in-depth investigation into the intentional Russian/U.S. nuclear poisoning of Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant workers, local schools, the surro…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about the news regarding Henrik Lundqvist's heart condition that will cause him to miss the 2020-21 season. They also talk about Mark Messier suing over losing money in a cannabis venture in Canada. Later on, Tom and Mike are joined by the wonderful Marisa Ingemi, a freelancer whose work has appeared in the New Yo…
 
This week my special guest is Leroy Luna from Excuse Me, That's Illegal Podcast. We discuss some bizarre crimes, the dumbest criminals and crime stories that could only have happened in 2020. Links to resources: https://www.clickorlando.com/news/2020/06/09/naked-florida-man-accused-of-bizarre-crime-spree-that-included-trying-to-kiss-elderly-woman/ …
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about the NHL's proposed plan to have a 56-game season, and what it means for the Rangers. They also talk about Karl Henriksson and Matthew Robertson leaving WJC camp and the hoopla involving Alexis Lafrenière being "withheld" from Team Canada. Later on, Tom and Mike are joined by the wonderful Alyssa Turner who w…
 
Kratom, an evergreen tree which grows in Asia, has been used by natives for thousands of years as a treatment for chronic pain, depression, stress, muscle relaxation, and countless more benefits. I talk in depth with Christopher Deany, CEO/Owner of Christopher's Organic Botanicals, about this miraculous herb, the benefits and history. https://www.c…
 
In this episode I'll share three true crime cases you may not have heard of, but should have. My special guest host is Laurah from The Fall Line and One Strange Thing Podcasts. Resources: "Murder in a Silent Place" by David Van Biema for Time, Jun 17, 2001. People Magazine Investigates: The Sounds of Silence, Season 3, Episode 13, Investigation Dis…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about the NHL wanting more money from the players, the NWHL's plan to resume play in Lake Placid, and debate who the next captain of the Rangers should be and why. Like the show and want to support it? You can support Bantering the Blueshirts on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/blueshirtbanter You can also leave…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike are joined by Melissa Burgess of The Victory Press, SB Nation's Die by the Blade, Canisius College Hockey, and the Buffalo Junior Sabres Youth Hockey Organization to talk about the Buffalo Sabres, the PWHPA, the NWHL, and more. You can follow Melissa on Twitter @_MelissaBurgess After the interview, Tom and Mike talk ab…
 
Two women thought they'd met the man of their dreams. But one of them would be found dead of mysterious circumstances and one would go missing never to be seen again. Would justice prevail to convict Drew Peterson for these crimes? Resources: Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48: Drew Peterson, Investigation Discovery Channel, April 5, 2018 Justi…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about the Rangers taking care of their remaining free agent business. They also talk about the potential return of the Lady Liberty jersey, and some other assorted nonsense. Like the show and want to support it? You can support Bantering the Blueshirts on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/blueshirtbanter You can …
 
In a day and age where the chemical and nuclear industry discharge toxic wastes to local bodies of water, it is more important than ever to have clean drinking water. Seychelle Environmental Technologies CEO, Carl Palmer, exlpains how Seychelle water filtration filters out 100% of radiation, non-stick cookware chemicals, PFOAs, Arsenic, Lead, TCE, …
 
A teenager goes missing in Morgan Hill, California never to be seen again. It would take meticulous detective work to prove she'd been the victim of a murder and bring her killer to justice. "Disappearance tests 'no-body' murder cases" by Jenna Lyons for The San Francisco Chronicle, Jan 16, 2017 Statement of Facts: Santa Clara County Sheriff's Offi…
 
Operation Warp Speed: The Department of Health and Human Services' joint project with the Department of Defense to push out 300 million Covid-19 vaccines by January 1st, 2021. Seems too fast to be safe.5G millimeter waves actually cause coronaviruses in human skin cells according to a joint U.S., Russia, and Italy research project. The National Ins…
 
This month's series features crimes that were solved...without a body. Tom Capano thought he'd pulled off the perfect murder when his ex-girlfriend disappeared. Meticulous detective work and dogged determination would be needed to solve the crime. Resources: And Never Let Her Go by Ann Rule, 1996, Simon & Schuster. The FBI Files: Deadly Obsession, …
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike talk about Vitali Kravtsov's return to play in the KHL. They are later joined by Jake Baskin to talk about the career of Doc Emrick, and what could be next for the NHL in their TV deal. You can follow Jake on Twitter @jakebaskinpxp After the interview, Tom and Mike talk about a very disturbing story regarding a recentl…
 
On this week's episode, Tom and Mike react to the re-signing of Tony DeAngelo and Alexandar Georgiev, and are later joined by Julie Stewart-Binks of fubo Sports for a conversation on sports media, Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers, and more. Julie Stewart Binks hosts “Drinks with Binks” every Friday at 8pm ET on fubo Sports You can follow Julie on Twit…
 
A story about a teenage stalker who hides in his victim's homes to prey upon them becomes an urban legend. But, the true life and crimes of Daniel J. LaPlante would be a real-life horror story. Resources: "Witness describes abduction by LaPlante", Paul Langner for The Boston Globe, Oct 21, 1988. Commonwealth v. Daniel J. LaPlante, Sept 14 - Nov 16,…
 
Aaron Franz, from The Age of Transitions, joins me to discuss Boston Dynamics' four-legged Spot robot public rollout; the history of the robot goes back to black Department of Defense projects and Google's military connections. Transhumanists believe they have attained God-hood and that we live in a simulated reality. All of this from an ethics and…
 
On this episode of Bantering the Blueshirts, Tom and Mike react to the surprise signing of Jack Johnson, the departure of Jesper Fast and some of the other depth signings. They reflect on Henrik Lundqvist's time in New York, and talk about the slate of arbitration cases on the schedule for Tony DeAngelo, Ryan Strome, Alexandar Georgiev and Brendan …
 
Beneath the sea floor military bases? Skyscrapers and cars that can be grown from genetically-modified seeds? Google's father company, Alphabet, Inc., collaborating with a pharmaceutical giant to create human implants? Lets investigate these secret underground projects – with evidence from the documents from which the projects were created.…
 
The mysterious murder of Fred William Oesterreich in Los Angeles in 1922 would be revealed years later as one of the strangest and most bizarre true crime cases in California history Resources: A Crime to Remember: Guess Who?, Season 4, Episode 6, The Investigation Discovery Channel "The Story of Dolly Oesterreich" by Erin Kelly for All That's Inte…
 
On this episode, Tom and Mike are joined by Adam to breakdown the Rangers' performance at the 2020 NHL Draft. The trio also talk briefly about free agency which opens on Friday 10/9. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
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