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The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) protects and restores the natural and built environments through innovation, collaboration, education, and advocacy. PEC believes in the value of partnerships with the private sector, government, communities, and individuals to improve the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians.
 
In November 2020, all roads really did lead to and through Pennsylvania. Besides for providing its crucial 20 electoral votes, suburban counties like Delaware and Chester highlighted exactly how Biden-Harris won–while more rural counties like Fayette and Lawrence, which Trump-Pence improved in, show the epitome of the Democratic problem. This podcast looks at the shifting tides in every corner of the Commonwealth, but it does so through an untraditional lens. We won’t just be interviewing el ...
 
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We sit down with the presumptive next Mayor of Allentown. A marathon runner and first time candidate, Matt Tuerk shares how he won a contested primary and what his vision is for the city and the region. Matt speaks to how he has engaged the large and growing Latino community. He offers sage advice to statewide candidates who hope to win big in Alle…
 
The mission of Penn State Extension is to bring the scientific and practical expertise of PSU researchers and faculty throughout the Commonwealth. But even with offices in every county, extension staff can’t be everywhere at once. That’s where master volunteers come in. PSU Extension's Master Gardener program is familiar to many, but did you know y…
 
In this grab bag episode, we discuss… Reviewing resumes and researching summer internships Dressing for professional roles and how workplace attire has evolved Mock-interview prep for Summer 2022 internships Primary and secondary candidates in the on-campus recruiting process (predominantly tech consulting and finance) Show Notes: Career Wardrobe R…
 
Next month, the hottest race on the ballot in Dauphin County is the open seat for Controller. This position oversees every dime of a $258M+ annual budget. For a generation, Eric Epstein has been a good government watchdog and an environmental activist. He is a member of the Central Dauphin School Board. We sit down for a unique perspective on how D…
 
The Penn Career Services team shares their favorite memories and gratitude to Mylène. Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Created by A. Mylène Kerschner & J. Michael DeAngelis Produced by J. Michael DeAngelis Mixed and edited by Sadie Kilar由Jospeh Barber, Natty Leach, Jillian Cener, John Tuton, Barbara Hewitt, Esther Ra, J. Michael DeAngelis, Carol Hagan, Saide Kilar, Sharon Fleshman
 
Welcome back for Season 2 where you'll meet unique candidates on the ballot this November with important messages for statewide candidates next year. Max Conway from Dunmore, Lackawanna, County, has only been eligible to vote for about a decade. Yet, he is poised to be Mayor in January. He discusses his impressive grassroots social media-driven cam…
 
In her final episode as co-host, Mylene reflects on her time at Penn and her favorite moments from CS Radio. Show Notes: Biosciences Research Career Fair CareerShift Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Created and produced by J. Michael DeAngelis & A. Mylene Kerschner Mixed and edited by Sadie …
 
In the Season 7 premiere, J. Michael and A. Mylene reach into the CS Radio grab bag for questions on meeting with Peer Career Advisors, the upcoming Career Carnival, virtual info sessions, and more! Show Notes: Peer Career Advisors Summer Survey and Reports Career Carnival Info Sessions Our theme music is “The Strip” by Mala, used under a Creative …
 
Jae Asadi, Caleb Straus (Emzy Enzy), and Nathaniel Rowe (MadClock) of First Angel Media join John Lane (The Hellfire Club) and Bill to discuss First Angel Media, their personal musical journeys, and more. How did each of you become involved in First Angel Media? We discuss Jana, owner of First Angel Media. If you could...…
 
Twenty years after the darkest day in American history, we sit down with Governor Mark Schweiker. He reflects on the historic transition from Lt. Governor to Governor just three weeks after the attacks. He elaborates on the unprecedented collaboration Harrisburg had with Washington. We end with a discussion of the importance of bipartisanship.…
 
Rocky Lamonde of The Borstal Boys, joins Bill to discuss: the New CD Crumbs, the addition of horns (Brett, Leo and Liam) and Gallo Locknez to tracks on the new CD, upcoming shows, the sneak peek at the new video for Take the Wheel, the new website located at borstalboys.com and more! Segment 1 about Crumbs,...…
 
An aerial map of tree canopy in any large U.S. city will also give you a relatively accurate picture of income and racial demographics. With little exception, the more tree cover a neighborhood has, the more likely it is to be wealthy and predominantly white. Tree Equity Score, a new tool by American Forests, helps quantify this disparity. Ian Leah…
 
Luke Weltz Band joins Bill to introduce themselves and their music to our listeners. Shout out to N’Stuff Music. Featuring music from: Seethe, End Bringer, Luke Weltz Band, Dan Getkin and the Twelve Six, (kaj), Transcendence Segment 1 with the Luke Weltz Band Please introduce yourselves. How did your band form? What is your favorite...…
 
Jeremy Edge of The Jeremy Edge Project joins Bill to introduce you to his band, on episode 580 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. Featuring music from: 9 Stitch Method, Corners of Sanctuary, The Jeremy Edge Project, Anger the Ant, The Borstal Boys, Greywalker Segment 1 with the Jeremy Edge Project Can you give us a...…
 
Last November, all eyes were on President Biden's hometown. We end our first season examining this uniquely purple region. John Richter is also originally from Scranton. He worked in the trenches both in 2016 and 2020. He provides us a granular breakdown on how voter sentiment changed across the region and shares war stories from virtual grassroots…
 
There are 349 rare, threatened, or endangered native plant species in Pennsylvania. The habitats they call home are as diverse as the plants themselves. As the climate changes, new challenges will arise for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, the group in charge of managing these habitats and protecting Pennsylvania’s…
 
Dan Stonerook, Tyler Cannon, and Megan Pennington of Moonshine Jasmine join Bill on episode 579 of the Pennsylvania Rock Show. Featuring music from: Befell, Ugly, Moonshine Jasmine, The Rust Project, Dave Molter, Royal Honey Segment 1 with Moonshine Jasmine What is the story behind the band name, Moonshine Jasmine? How did the band form? If...…
 
In her Congressional campaign last year, Kristy Gnibus built a diverse coalition across Butler, Lawrence, Mercer, Crawford and Erie counties. She reflects on finding and energizing Democratic voters in rural and red counties. For first time candidates eyeing up 2022 and for statewide candidates preparing to campaign in NWPA, she has a unique perspe…
 
This episode is broadcast live from the Pennsylvania Libertarian Party convention held in Philadelphia, including interviews with a wide range of personalities, including presidential candidate Jacob Hornberger, other candidates, and party functionaries. What sticks in Ken’s craw is political conventions of the two old parties.…
 
Ken’s guest is Brett Croneberger, radio producer for The Pennsylvania Project on WWDB, discussing his view from the studio control room of numerous issues ranging from gun control to Toastmasters to launching a broadcasting career. What sticks in Ken’s craw is the so-called “patriot movement” and several of their unworkable approaches to avoiding p…
 
The Biden-Harris ticket found roughly 10,000 additional votes in Erie County that Clinton-Kaine could not. Erie was one of three pivot counties across Pennsylvania. Last November, it flipped back to the Democrats. EJay Fyke knows every precinct in the county and provides an in depth perspective on how to successfully turn out the vote in Erie.…
 
Ken’s guest is Tyler Breen, intellectual instigator and host of the Terrible Conservative podcast, poking the bears known as abortion, gun control, race relations, political correctness, and worse. What sticks in Ken’s craw is more of the ongoing Police Crisis, plus a discussion of how to rein it in; specifically, the Ten Copmandments. Guest Toastm…
 
It's one thing for an environmental organization to tout its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. It's another thing to live out that commitment at the level of programming and daily activities. On this episode: how Philadelphia's Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership is innovating upon its mission to protect the watershed and b…
 
John Vento joins Bill on episode #577 of the Pennsylvania Rock Blues Show to talk about the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival and more. Featuring music from: The Bail Jumpers, John Vento, Miss Freddye, ZMW, Nied’s Hotel Band Interview Session 1 – Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival and Corbriwoodstock John, before we get too deeply...…
 
Ken’s guest is Michelle Siegel, candidate for the Pennsylvania State Senate in the 27th District, discussing Knoebels, the insane War on Drugs, campaign reform, and other leftish issues that align with Libertarianism. What sticks in Ken’s craw is the contradictory Doctor Jekyll /Mister Hyde duopoly of police powers. Guest Toastmaster Narrator: Greg…
 
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