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Tom Hudson can’t help but talk a big game: That’s what happens when you’re the voice of Gonzaga athletics. For the past 16 years, Hudson has been courtside for a Gonzaga men’s basketball run that has included 20 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, nine trips to the Sweet 16 and 17 straight seasons with 25-plus victories.
Larry Weir, host of The Spokesman-Review’s Press Box Podcast, on Friday sat down with Mike Boyle, longtime Spokane Chiefs broadcaster (KGA 1510-AM), to discuss a range of Chiefs topics
An attorney for a man convicted of killing his high school sweetheart, and whose story is at the center of the popular podcast “Serial,” argued Thursday that Adnan Syed deserves a new trial.
A central Alabama community is grappling with the unwanted fame that comes from millions of people knowing it only as a lousy, scruffy place best described with an unprintable expletive.
Asia McClain Chapman didn’t know what a podcast was when friends began contacting her at her home in Spokane nearly two years ago. Now, the star alibi witness has written a book she hopes will “fill in the gaps” presented on the award-winning show “Serial” about a 1999 murder in Baltimore.
The first episode of the second season of the hit podcast “Serial” deals with the travails of former U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, charged with deserting the Army in Afghanistan in June 2009. For the first time in the media, Bergdahl tells his own story, a complicated tale that morphed from a missing persons case into a returning soldier story into a political lightning rod.
The quirky and subversive podcast descended on downtown Spokane on Monday night. Is the experience worth it for both longtime fans and new initiates alike?
Don’t fear the Glow Cloud that may or may not be hovering above the Bing Crosby Theater on Monday night. You may, however, see fans of the wildly popular bimonthly podcast “Welcome to Night Vale” running toward the theater, shrieking and waving their arms.
Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter are longtime friends. They’re also two of the most celebrated authors to ever come out of Spokane. When they get together, the conversations are free-flowing, funny and deep. Luckily for us, we can now listen in on those conversations with “A Tiny Sense of Accomplishment,” a podcast from American Public Media’s Infinite Guest network.
To treat multiple sclerosis, try acupuncture or herbs. Or place your hope in a new oral drug called BG-12. Or one of the other drugs whose ads appear on your browser when you look up MS on WebMD. Or consider restoring your mobility with nutrition. Or snake venom. While there’s no cure for multiple sclerosis, there’s no shortage of information and advice online about the disease – “good, bad and ugly,” said Deanna Kirkpatrick, 45, an East Wenatchee woman who helps create three podcasts about MS.