On Episode 41 of Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast, we talk about vicarious storytelling. After veterans are gone, who will tell their stories? Our guest is army airborne veteran of the Cold War, Mike Lombardi, who shares the story of his father, Master Sergeant Archie Lombardi.
The Live Mike Podcast
On episode 3 of the Live Mike Podcast with Mike Romigh, Mike talks with first time political candidates Amy Fazio (14th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District) and Terri Mitko (15th Pennsylvania House of Representatives District) about the issues that matter to Pa families, schools, women, the environment, and diverse communities.
On episode 3 of the MST Podcast, we talk with navy veteran Heath Phillips about his MST experience, dealing with the shame of being a male survivor, taking on the VA system, and how he now uses his story and voice as an advocate for all MST survivors.
Radio Theater Podcast
Join paranormal researcher, author, and podcast host Tony Lavorgne and a cast of local actors for an evening of thrilling ghost tales and other strange stories of the unexplained and paranormal, performed before a live audience at the Rochester Borough Theater in Rochester, Pennsylvania.
Legends & Lore Podcast
On episode 14 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast, Tony talks with fellow author, speaker, and paranormal investigator Ed Kelemen about the deference between paranormal and supernatural phenomena, local strange tales, and the labor of writing fictional stories.
Longest War Podcast
On episode 55 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with Iraq War veteran Lee Wagner about joining the Marines, deploying to Iraq, both sides of active and reserve duty, the value of military work experience, and why we should not talk about the veterans’ suicide rate.
On episode 1 of the Rochester Area Heritage Society Podcast, we launch the podcast and talk with RAHS founder and president Michelle Long about the origins of the museum, its rich collection of Fry glass, and other local history central to understanding Rochester’s significant heritage.
On episode 4 of the Uncomfortable Conversations Speaker Series Podcast, we speak with Erin and Dave Ninehouser of the Hear Yourself Think Project about modern propaganda, the influence of slanted media, and how to have civil conversations for the sake of our democracy.
Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast
On episode 8 of the Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast, we talk with Dave Welch, historian and living descendant of the Civil War 100th Pa Volunteer Infantry Regiment, about keeping their story alive and sharing it with the public.
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