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Podcast for MyMediaDiary.com, a blog of creative writing jump-started by media. Produced by Kevin Walsh, Royal Oak, Michigan.

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Podcast for MyMediaDiary.com, a blog of creative writing jump-started by media. Produced by Kevin Walsh, Royal Oak, Michigan.

    Online-Nanny & Author Lynn Eads

    Online-Nanny & Author Lynn Eads

    Author Lynn Eads, featured in the new book The Truth About Success (on Amazon) shares her experiences as a mom, grandma, nanny and entrepreneur--including her parenting-lessons and general life-lessons featured on her website www.learnwithlynne.com.  Topics include the importance of failure, having a business plan, when to let go and synergizing income streams.

    • 44 min
    WandaVision Roundtable

    WandaVision Roundtable

    The phenomenon of WandaVision is explored along with the magic of 5 decades of sit-coms and the nostalgia of anticipation in the days before streaming and binging.

    Special guests from LA: Adam Cooper, Daniel Cooper, Kale Davidoff & Erin Ben-Moche

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    The Cinema of Hamilton

    The Cinema of Hamilton

    We visit the Hamilton movie's acclaimed cinematographer Declan Quinn—whose career has spanned now five decades with such memorable work as director of photography for major films such as Leaving Las Vegas, In America, Vanity Fair and Monsoon Wedding along with David Lettermans’ Netflix series “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”. 

    • 51 min
    Following the Money:  Twenty Years of Charter School Finances in Arizona 

    Following the Money:  Twenty Years of Charter School Finances in Arizona 

    Kevin Walsh hosts David Wells, Ph.D, co-founder of the non-partisan research group The Grand Canyon Institute who co-authored with Curtis Cardine Following the Money:  Twenty Years of Charter School Finances in Arizona the first of three reports which reveals that up to 77 percent of Arizona’s charter school holders use their state taxpayer funds for potentially questionable financial transactions.

    • 33 min
    Detroit Blues Society

    Detroit Blues Society

    Join Digging Detroit host Pete Kalinski from Royal Oak's Boo's Music Bistro inside Mr. B's Restaurant as he welcomes two of the city's foremost fans and promoters of Detroit's legendary blues legacy--President of the Detroit Blues Society, Steve Soviak and Vice President Tom McNab.
    It's first meeting in 1985 began a multi-decade of transformations to increase public interest in the Society. Large-scale events included a number of indoor and outdoor concerts and school workshops. Increased membership and a more organized approach allowed the Society to embark on special projects. Educational programs became more formalized and in 1996 the Scarab Club Educational/Blues Heritage Series began. Each event featured a theme based on some aspect of the Detroit blues tradition.
    Pete, Steve and Tom discuss the non-profit's innovations including Blues in the Schools and the Blues Challenge as the group continues to dedicate itself to the preservation, education, and advancement of the blues tradition as it relates to the Metro-Detroit area. It has as its primary goals to promote a wider appreciation for the blues by the general public and to serve the members of the Society.
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    Host:  Pete Kalinski
    Guests:  Steve Soviak, Tom McNab
    Engineer/Producer:  Kevin Walsh, MMD Productions
    Recorded:   April 28, 2016 at Boo’s Music Bistro (inside Mr. B’s in Royal Oak)

    • 58 min
    Archivist Round 2 with Digging Detroit

    Archivist Round 2 with Digging Detroit

    Tune in to our latest podcast, another Archivist's Roundup as we visit with four archivists and historians about Detroit's rich and varied Jewish history. The archivists share how they collect and preserve the stories of Detroit's Jewish community and also how they help connect today's generation with their heritage.

    Host:  Pete Kalinski

    Guests:  Aimee Ergas -Collections Archivist for Jewish Detroit at the Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University; Robbie Terman - Director, Leonard N. Simmons Jewish Community Archives; Wendy Rose Bice - Executive Director, Jewish Historical Society of Michigan; Jann Durecki - Archivist, The Rabbi Leo M. Franklin Archives at Temple Beth El

     

     

    • 58 min

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