Enterprise political reporter Paul Johnson joins the gang on the day after Tuesday’s huge mid-term election. Also, did Marie Antoinette really say “Let them eat cake?” Did Capt. Kirk really say “Beam me up, Scotty?” The answers may surprise you. Play along with a quiz on the classic war film “Full Metal Jacket” at the end of the podcast. Also, the regular features, including a special Week in History and stories trending on hpenews.com.
The Fab Four: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of the
Beatles’ classic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” Mark and Joe
talk about the classic album, the Beatles’ historic meeting with Elvis
Presley and test their knowledge of The Fab Four with a quiz. Also, the
top stories trending on hpenews.com and the week in history.
It’s Super Bowl time! The PoDDCouple welcomes Thomasville Times and Archdale-Trinity News writer Daniel Kennedy to talk about the best and worst Super Bowls of all time, this week’s big game and, more importantly, the top 10 Super Bowl snacks. Also, the regular week-in-history feature and the top stories on hpenews.com
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***Audio issue in this episode due to a streaming issue there is a echo. It is not bad but heads up****
Who wants to play fizzbin? PoDDCouple hosts Joe Feeney and Mark McKinney welcome High Point Enterprise political beat writer Paul Johnson to talk about post-election issues at the national, state and local levels. Also, they put him to the test with a quiz on Star Trek the original series. Plus, the regular week in history roundup and stories trending on hpenews.com
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Two Guilford County Schools teachers share their inside views and advocate for students during a podcast with High Point Enterprise education reporter Cinde Ingram.
High Point Central High School Spanish teacher Justin Smith said his classes have used the same textbooks since he started teaching there 11 years ago.
Hollie Blake, who just completed her first year teaching at Ragsdale High School, also teaches from outdated textbooks.
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