Month: May 2019

Rachel Carson 112th Birthday Celebration On episode 5 of the Allegheny Valley History Podcast, we attend the Rachel Carson 112th Birthday Celebration at the Rachel Carson Homestead in Springdale, Pennsylvania, and learn why the world renowned writer and environmentalist continues to be an inspiration and role model for so many residents of the Allegheny Valley. […]

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RCH Volunteer Spotlight Connie Rusek-Lichok & Linda Askren On episode 4 of the Allegheny Valley History Podcast, we continue our special series with the Rachel Carson Homestead.  Guest host Jeanne Cecil talks with long-time RCH volunteers Connie Rusek-Lichok & Linda Askren about their personal interest in Rachel Carson and the valuable work they do to […]

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Brian Hager & Dennis Garret | North Country Trail Town On episode 12 of the Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast, we talk with Brian Hager and Dennis Garrett of the Wampum Chapter of the North Country Trail Association, which maintains and manages the section of the NCT that passes through northern Beaver County and Darlington, […]

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Outsider Paranormal Crow Rock Massacre On episode 24 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends and Lore Podcast, we venture to the back woods of rural Greene County, Pennsylvania with Damon Keys, Fred Tennant, and Mark Millikin of the Outsiders Paranormal investigation team to explore the legendary Crow Rock Massacre site.       SUPPORT LOCAL PODCASTING Let’s […]

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David Clohessy  Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests  On episode 12 of the Live Mike Podcast with Mike Romigh, Mike talks with David Clohessy of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP), the largest, oldest and most active support group for women and men wounded by religious and institutional authorities such as […]

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Dave Foster & Judy Foster | Beaver County Bluegrass On episode 14 of the Beaver County History Podcast, we talk about bluegrass music in Beaver County with Dave Foster and Judy Foster, whose band East of Enon is part of small but vibrant community of local Americana musicians.  This episode launches our Beaver County Music […]

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Charles Townsend | Underground Railroad On episode 11 of the Little Beaver Historical Society Podcast, we talk with Beaver County historian Charles Townsend about his family’s early abolitionist activism and the Underground Railroad in Beaver County.      SUPPORT LOCAL HISTORY Let’s keep local history alive for future generations!  If you like our podcast, please help […]

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  Reaction was swift and condemning.  There ought to be a law against that, some said. These Holocaust deniers are insulting to the victims of Nazis, and to the brave Americans who died in WWII saving the world from fascism and white nationalism. It’s all free speech, said Billy Roper, organizer of what he called […]

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Rod Fee & Annette Holmes T.O.P.S. Paranormal Investigations On episode 23 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast, Tony talks with Rod Fee and Annette Holmes of Titusville & Oil City Paranormal Society (T.O.P.S. Paranormal Investigations) about psychic energies, ghost hunting tools, and murderous investigations.       SUPPORT LOCAL PODCASTING Let’s keep local podcasting alive!  If you like […]

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