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It's all about the sports at Spartan Nation and the fans love it! This two-hour weekday show has been airing since 2009 and compliments host Hondo Carpenter's Spartan Nation TV and Spartan Nation Magazine, which has thousands of subscribers. With a lengthy career in and a fervent passion for sports, Hondo brings his established hosting skills to the airways each weeknight talking with sports celebrities and fueling the fans' appetites for more, more, more!
 
Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading disability.
 
The world's most dangerous podcast, hosted by Chad Dotson (Redleg Nation, Cincinnati Magazine, "The Big 50: Cincinnati Reds") and a rotating cast of characters, including former Reds players and broadcasters. RNR is a deep dive into the daily trials and tribulations of the Cincinnati Reds, filled with witty banter and the occasional reference to Lisalverto Bonilla.
 
The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, the October Number. It includes the following articles: California by the Hon. George C. Perkins The Economic Aspects of Soil Erosion by Dr N. S. Shaler The Nansen Polar Expedition, Special Report of the Hon. Ernest A. Man Ice-Cliffs On The Kowak River by Lieut. J. C. Cantwell Recent Hydrographic Work, by F. H. Newell Miscellanea
 
Season 2 is here! Join Michelle Kelly, Editor of Cottage Life magazine, for a podcast that explores cottage topics, from real estate and maintenance to wildlife and the environment. You’ll hear interviews with contributing writers, learn some of our tried-and-true tips, and discover cherished essays from our magazine's 34-year history.
 
Viral Nation is a Video / Podcast dedicated to the Viral Brand riders and our Viral Brand athletes... In Episode 1 Meet Scot Steffy owner of Viral Brand and host of the Viral Nation V Log/Podcast. Learn more about why they have decided to start this and learn how to keep your goggles from fogging up when you ride. Intro music: Always Naked Band Song 5AM written for the show. Photo by Hi-Torque magazine 2018 Last Dog Standing Event Follow us: Instagram: @viral_brand Twitter: @viralmx_goggles ...
 
The “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5", is a podcast based on the book of the same name written by Donald J. Young. It carefully details and rightfully places the blame for the unpreparedness of the December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor disaster, on the heads of the U.S. Navy and War Departments in Washington DC. “Indictment of the Pearl Harbor 5, “ is available on Amazon.com. Donald J. Young is a military historian, author and lecturer, who writes on the pre-Midway period of World War II in the Pa ...
 
Contestants from all the Bachelor Nation shows (The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise etc.) join Rose Buds hosts Eddie and Lynn for live and unfiltered peeks inside the Bachelor franchise. From the popular One Word, One Answer segment to behind-the-scenes intel and serious tea-spilling, Rose Buds is the only Bachelor podcast that offers exclusive content combined with an impeccable knowledge of the franchise. After being featured in People Magazine, US Weekly, E!, Bustle, and ...
 
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You know Jenn Jackson. She races cross country at the World Cup level, she digs cyclocross, she’s a bike mechanic, she sometimes bakes cookies and hands them out at events. And she’s all around into bikes. Canadian Cycling Magazine editor Matthew Pioro spoke with Jackson not long after she returned from her second trip to Europe this year where she…
 
The Reds stumble again, but still remain firmly within the playoff chase. Chad Dotson and Bill Lack discuss opportunities missed for the ol' Redlegs, and opportunities ahead. Please join our ever-growing family of Reds fans (and support the podcast) on Patreon! Follow us on Twitter: @redlegradio. Music for this episode provided by Freekbass. Please…
 
An up and down week seeks the Reds lose a couple of series, but maintain their place in the National League Wild Card race. Chad Dotson and Nate Dotson discuss the news from the week that was, and make the case for why Reds fans should try to relax and enjoy this September. Please join our ever-growing family of Reds fans (and support the podcast) …
 
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! We’re sorry that the audio quality this week isn’t fully up to par; David was still in the desert during recording.In case you missed it, our 2021 edition of Best Restaurants just went online, and the print edition is available in stores. On the cover this year is Rare Society, a neighborhood steakhouse from Bra…
 
Lately, on this podcast, the focus has been on athletes, on their successes, challenges and just what makes them tick. But this episode is a bit different. The discussion gets into just what makes bikes tick. A few days ago, bike component maker Shimano launched its updated version of both the Dura-Ace and Ultegra road groupsets. It’s a big deal. T…
 
Reds lose a series to the Brewers, but that can't diminish the fact that Cincinnati's recent play has vaulted them into the driver's seat in the playoff race. Chad and Nate discuss playoff odds, the recent greatness of Vladimir Guerrero and Sonny Gray, and why we all should be enjoying this ride. Plus, Chad apologizes publicly to Tyler Naquin. Plea…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! We are sorry, the audio quality this week isn’t fully up to par. You can blame David for being in Las Vegas for a heavy metal concert. This week our special guest is Ian Tenzer, the executive research and development chef at Puesto Mexican Artisan Kitchen & Bar. Ian joined the company last fall, which started in La …
 
Tristen Chernove is back at the Paralympics for a second time. He’ll be competing in all the cycling disciplines that he can—the road race, the time trial, and on the track, the pursuit and the kilo. In this episode he’ll preview a bit of what lies ahead at the Games. In 2009, Chernove was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth syndrome. It’s a degener…
 
On the last episode of the season, we chat with a true cottage expert—former editor and publisher of Cottage Life, Penny Caldwell. She shares an insider look into working on the magazine for 18 years, what she’s learned from cottagers, and what makes cottaging in Canada so special. Plus, she answers the most common Q&As we get to the magazine. Also…
 
This is the 389th episode, so you've likely already made a judgment about whether Chad Dotson and Chris Garber are bad at talking. But some evidence about Reds general manager Nick Krall's talent for saying words became clear this week. We dove into the Nick Senzel saga, Joey Votto's continuing greatness, and the roster machinations of the week. Pl…
 
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! We’re recording this episode from a premier club suite at Petco Park, thanks to this week’s sponsor, the San Diego Padres. Our special guest this week is Jaclyn Lash, the Padres’ vice president of special events. She joined the team in 2011 and oversees all events for the Padres and Petco Park, including concert…
 
Should a red sky at night really give sailors delight? Michelle interviews David Phillips, senior climatologist for Environment and Climate Change Canada, about the weather lore we love to share. Whether the sun is shining or rain is coming down at the cottage, it’s always a good time for a nap. We revisit an essay by journalist Elamin Abdelmahmoud…
 
Chad Dotson is joined again by Nate Dotson to discuss yet another roller-coaster week for the ol' Cincinnati Reds. Is it time to give up on the division race and concentrate solely on the Wild Card? Is Joey Votto a first-ballot Hall of Famer? Is this a more fun Reds team than any in our lifetimes? These questions and more will be answered on this w…
 
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! We’re returning from a short break and taped this episode from a premier club suite at Petco Park, thanks to this week’s sponsor, the San Diego Padres. We’re here with Eddie Quinn, vice president of partnership services for the Padres and the park’s resident beer expert, as they face off against the Miami Marlin…
 
“Peter, how am I going to win this race tomorrow?” It’s a question that Carter Woods occasionally asks his Norco Factory teammate, Peter Disera. It may seem a bit cheeky, but it leads to a discussion of race tactics and strategy. As Woods mentions in this interview, you can’t win World Cup races with sheer pedal power. Earlier this year, Woods nail…
 
Safe boating practices continue to be a hot topic among cottagers. On this week’s episode, we chat with Diana Piquette, the president of Safe Quiet Lakes, an organization with the goal of making cottage-country lakes safer for everyone. Then we’ll hear about journalist and Lake Simcoe cottager Sasha Chapman’s experience making maple syrup. Last, we…
 
Chad Dotson and Jason Linden enjoy a rousing discussion of everything that happened for the Cincinnati Reds over the past week, and there was plenty to talk about. From GM Nick Krall's curious comments (or whatever) to Nick Castellanos' return to the resurgence of Luis Castillo to the amazing display of Joey Votto...and everything in between. Enjoy…
 
For this week’s episode, we called on Dan Kraus, a Senior Conservation Biologist with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, to discuss how cottagers can protect their lakes through the restoration of their shorelines. However, when it comes to personal health, the cottage is the place where calories don’t count (right?). We’ll listen to an essay by awa…
 
Instead of attacking Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Roosevelt believed the Japanese would attack the Far East. Failing to prepare our country or the military for a possible attack, were seven men - all of whom played a part in missing the signs and failing to believe that the tragedy would occur on U.S. soil that fateful morning. This …
 
Greg. Greg. Greg. Yes, we talk all about the Greg-gate. We breakdown what exactly "gaslighting" is, and if Greg was actually gaslighting Katie. And Eddie has a hot take on how the producers/ execs were in on all of Greg's antics. We also chat if Greg has a writer or not, and what movie all his actions remind us of. What home towns were your favorit…
 
Chad Dotson is back from vacation and joined by Nate Dotson for a fun episode of Redleg Nation Radio. The trade deadline is upon us -- and the Reds have actually made some trades! -- but that wasn't the biggest story of the week. Yes, Joey Votto is back. Plus: is it time to bench Eugenio Suarez? Please join our ever-growing family of Reds fans (and…
 
Tristen Chernove is heading back to the Paralympics for a second time: he’s off to Tokyo later in August. He’ll be competing in all the cycling disciplines that he can—the road race, the time trial, and on the track, the pursuit and the kilo. In this episode he’ll preview a bit of what lies ahead at the Games. In 2009, Chernove was diagnosed with C…
 
Should you or should you not feed the deer? Michelle interviews the star of the Cottage Life channel, Hope Swinimer, about how to live in harmony with cottage wildlife. And while we’re on the topic of nature, we revisit an essay about journalist Clive Thompson’s most perfect memory of the wilderness. One memory you may want to forget: stepping on a…
 
As the weekend of December 6 and 7, 1941, approached, President Roosevelt's real fear was that Japan would attack the British in the Far East and not the U.S.. If the Japanese had chosen to only attack far off British Malaya, and not Pearl Harbor or the United States, the President actually had a speech prepared to give before a divided Congress. W…
 
Chris Garber and Bill Lack are in the studio this week, as Chad finishes up his vacation. (He'll be back next week, and big things are in store over the next month; stay tuned!) Chris and Bill discuss everything that has happened over the last week, along with some projections for the rest of the season. Enjoy! Please join our ever-growing family o…
 
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! This week we’re with Emmanuel Favela and Tony Haro, founders of Hellote in Chula Vista. Hellote is a new outdoor eatery that specializes in elote, Mexican street corn, served in both traditional and nontraditional ways. Emmanuel and Tony opened Hellote last fall, and they both have backgrounds in architecture (b…
 
We love going to the cottage, but there is something that bugs us about life at the lake. It's not the maddening commute, the frantic Friday packing, or the iffy plumbing—it's the mosquitoes. In this special bonus episode of the podcast, brought to you by the experts at Off!, we’ll share how to keep those pests (and their bites) at bay. Then we’ll …
 
Andrew S. That is all. Eddie goes off on why the last 12 minutes of this episode of The Bachelorette was the best ever. A full episode recap and a deep dive into Cuddle Queen Jean. What was her deal? And what Michael P really did to get sent home. Is Greg an actor? Eddie discusses. Why Blake was right to tell her he's not in love with her yet... Wh…
 
Happy Pride Week! Our special guest is Roanna Canete, owner of The Gluten Free Baking Company in North Park. Roanna founded the company in 2015 when her son was diagnosed with a gluten allergy and she started baking for him—that led to formally studying cooking and baking, and starting the business. The storefront opened on 30th Street in the sprin…
 
Guillaume Boivin is toughing it out now in the final stages of the Tour de France. He's faced crashes, heat, mountain climbs and a lack of vegetables. Listen to find out exactly what's going on with his diet. Boivin also discusses the Olympics. Near the beginning of July, he was named as the third rider, after Michael Woods and Hugo Houle, who will…
 
Doug Gray and Nick Kirby are pinch-hitting for Chad this week as he's away on vacation. In this episode we discuss the Reds first half, including the strong performances from rookies Jonathan India and Tyler Stephenson, two All-Star starters having big first halves, the up-and-down bullpen, and good feelings moving forward into the second half. Ple…
 
Join us as we dive deep with writer and educator David A. Robertson, who wrote about the difference between appreciating and appropriating First Nations culture for our June/July 2021 issue. Then journalist Clive Thompson shares his most perfect memory of the wilderness. And for anyone who fears the lake because of leeches, there’s no need to worry…
 
What the heck is with the W.O.W.O. ban from Katie? Eddie has some thoughts on it.... A Rose Buds pod fan favorite Franco returns to The Bachelorette! But Eddie has a minor issue with his wedding photography date.... Eddie also breaks down Connor getting sent home. How he was set up to fail on his date with Kaitlyn and Jason. Why it was the wrong mo…
 
Chad Dotson and Doug Gray dig into another good week for the Redlegs that has them firmly in the middle of a pennant race. We also discuss just how important these next seven games against Milwaukee actually are. (Hint: very important.) Please join our ever-growing family of Reds fans (and support the podcast) on Patreon! Follow us on Twitter: @red…
 
Welcome back! This week we chat with Tara Monsod, who recently took over as executive chef at Animae, the high-design Asian fusion restaurant owned by Brian Malarkey and Chris Puffer. Tara has also worked at Herringbone, Burlap, and at the acclaimed Mozza Pizzeria, and this is her first executive chef position. She recently changed Animae’s menu, a…
 
If there’s one thing we can thank the pandemic for, it’s our deeper connection to nature. Join Jody Allair from Birds Canada as he teaches us about common cottage birds and how to identify them by their sound. Then we’ll listen to an essay about everyone’s favourite cottage pastime: the puzzle. Plus, have you ever been kept awake by a leaky tap at …
 
Chad Dotson and Bill Lack got together again to discuss another rollercoaster week for the Cincinnati Reds. From Tejay Antone's injury to Sonny Gray's return to the continuing brilliance of the Dynamic Duo, Nick Castellanos and Jesse Winker, it's all the Reds news that was fit to record. Plus: who are the biggest surprises, both good and bad, on th…
 
David, Marie and Troy are still at our sponsor, Home Brew Mart. Rumor has it David brought a cot and this is where he lives now. Understandable. The Linda Vista store is where the city’s first bootstrap scientists got all the ingredients, materials, recipes, rumors, and know-how to start the craft beer revolution in San Diego. It’s also home to Bal…
 
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