Month: May 2017

Larry Spinnenweber | Moon Over Buffalo   On episode 1 of the R-ACT Theatre Productions Podcast, we talk with Larry Spinnenweber about R-ACT’s 2017 production of Moon Over Buffalo, written by Ken Ludwig and directed by Larry Spinnenweber.  Also appearing on the podcast is R-ACT president, Mike Nelson.  Featuring readings from the play and commentary […]

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Todd DePastino | Every Veteran Has a Story On episode 19 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with VBC executive director Todd DePastino about veterans stories and live storytelling events.     Those who served since the attacks of September 11, 2001 are called post-9/11 veterans.  They number more than 3.7 million […]

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Carleton Young | Voices From the Attic   On episode 9 of the podcast, historian Carleton Young of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania presents his book, Voices From the Attic: The Williamstown Boys in the Civil War–a fascinating account of discovering family letters from the Civil War and retracing American history through eye-witness accounts by his ancestors.     This […]

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Andrew Brennan | GWOT Memorial On episode 18 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with Andrew Brennan, veteran of Afghanistan, army aviator, and executive director of the Global War on Terror Memorial Foundation.     Those who served since the attacks of September 11, 2001 are called post-9/11 veterans.  They number more […]

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Taylor Smith | Army Infantry Afghanistan On episode 17 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with Taylor Smith, army infantry and sniper combat veteran of Afghanistan.   Those who served since the attacks of September 11, 2001 are called post-9/11 veterans.  They number more than 3.7 million and make up nearly 18% […]

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Dave Holoweiko | Soldier, Come Home ABOUT THIS EPISODE On episode 1 of the Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast, we talk with LBHS board member Dave Holoweiko about the society’s presentation of Soldier, Come Home, a play written by Frank W. Wicks based on the Civil War letters of his great-grandparents, Philip and Mary Pringle of […]

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Lauren DelRicci | Blue Ridge Snipe On episode 16 of Longest War: The Post-9/11 Veterans Podcast, we talk with Lauren DelRicci, US Navy veteran and machinist mate who served aboard the USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19)–the navy’s oldest deployable combat ship.   Those who served since the attacks of September 11, 2001 are called post-9/11 veterans.  […]

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Bob Dvorchak | Drive On  On Episode 38 of Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast, we talk with Bob Dvorchak, legendary Pittsburgh sports writer, national journalist, war correspondent, and author of Drive On: The Uncensored War of Bedouin Bob and the All-Americans.     Bob Dvorchak is an award-winning author and journalist, whose career spans more than […]

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