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Once Upon a Time in Texas

Michael Mitchell

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Once Upon a Time in Texas will mainly focus on lore, myth, legend, characters and stories in and around Texas. There will also be random thoughts by your host Michael Mitchell and conversations with guests about the history of Texas and we might even dabble in current events.
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood North reveals the stories behind your favourite Canadian Content. In each series, author and producer Ryan Barnett tackles a single topic. Series 1: Kids in the Hall Series 2: David Cronenberg Series 3: John Candy (upcoming) Consider becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/onceinhollywoodnorth Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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It’s the groves of academe: Bennington College, the wildest and wickedest school in America. In the last great decade: the 1980s. Bennington class of ’86, class of Bret Easton Ellis, future writer of American Psycho and co-leader of the literary Brat Pack; Jonathan Lethem, future writer of Motherless Brooklyn and MacArthur Fellow; and Donna Tartt, future writer of The Secret History and Pulitzer Prize winner. All three are, at various times, infatuated and disappointed with one another, thei ...
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The Podcast will show how one can overcome a horrific loss by creating something positive in their honor even when the odds are against them and told it would never happen...you ask what? you will have to follow and listen to my Podcast. And yes I will invite Stakeholders, Politicians, Survivors, and anyone affected by a sudden loss or tragedy to tell their stories.
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ONCE - Once Upon a Time podcast

Daniel J. Lewis, Jeremy Laughlin, Erin, Hunter Hathaway, Jacquelyn, and Dan Flynn

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We’re five friends who talk about ABC’s hit TV show Once Upon a Time and invite you to share your theories, observations, and more. We discuss the stories, fairytales, easter eggs, and Lost references. Join Daniel J. Lewis, his wife Jenny, and Jeremy Laughlin, and discover happy endings. Send your feedback to Feedback@ONCEpodcast.com or leave a message on our listener voicemail line at (903) 231-2221. ONCE podcast is an unofficial podcast and is not affiliate with ABC Studios.
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童話、民間故事、寓言⋯ 快跟著Olga和Lev一起進到白樺樹森林裡,看看主角們在森林裡觸發了怎樣的事件或任務吧! |各平台連結| https://open.firstory.me/user/ckoln3wz92eig0912d16woapt/platforms |贊助白樺樹| https://pay.firstory.me/user/ckoln3wz92eig0912d16woapt Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Haven’t you ever wondered what it is like to live in a fairytale? In our ONCE UPON A TIME AFTER SHOW we dive into the fairy-tale meets modern world of Emma Swan. Is she actually the daughter of Prince Charming and Snow White? Get caught up on your fairy tale with a superfan show dedicated to everything that’s happening in storybrooke from superfans of the show. Just because the show is over doesn’t mean you can’t get caught up on one of the best shows ever made! Special cast interviews, and ...
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Once Upon a Time in the Ashes is the podcast that focuses on those English and Australian cricketers who played in just one Ashes test. They may have played in other test matches for their country, but in Ashes cricket one test and one test only. Tune in for some fascinating stories.
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Do you like to listen to three friends having in-depth and comical discussions about the latest film releases and an assortment of old ones? Of course you do. I mean, look at you. You have amazing taste. Plus, that thing you're doing with your hair? It works. Trust me. Expect silly comedy, quizzes, analysis about filmmaking and screenwriting, sequel pitches, and a bunch of man-child Englishmen who love the sound of their own voices. That's right. It's a podcast!
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We are all storytellers. Hosted by Talia Smith, we invite artists, activist, and archivists from around the world to share their favorite stories. Once Upon a Time: A Storytelling Podcast's mission is to educate and inspire listeners by exploring the stories found all around us.
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Welcome to the Once Upon a Time... in Nyborg podcast by the two film dudes! Every 2 weeks we, Gustavs and Ali, will take a deep dive into a movie, analysing it, discussing it and just having an overall fun talk about it. In the end, we rate the movie on a scale from 1 to 35, in honour of the 35mm film stock. We hope you enjoy! **SPOILER ALERT FOR MANY MOVIES DISCUSSED**
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Gather 'round the campfire for a summertime lineup of myths and folktales from around the world, told by global actors, musicians, and storytellers. The podcast is produced by Sparkler Learning, an education nonprofit, and hosted by Sparkler's Education Director, Dana Stewart, who invited friends from around the globe to share their stories as part of Sparkler's summer learning program (Camp Sparkler). Listen together — and travel around the world in your imagination, all through the power o ...
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Welcome to Once Upon A Time in Wakanda, a podcast series that explores the characters and themes of The Black Panther movie and comic universe. Powered by The Witness, this one of a kind Wakanda Podcast talks you through the lore of Wakanda both on the big screen and in the panels of the Black Panther comic books. From season to season we aim to bring you the Black Panther podcast you've been looking for. Wakanda is a fictional African nation appearing in American comic books published by Ma ...
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We all know the song “The Yellow Rose of Texas” but what are the songs origins? Did you know the original lyrics are very different form what we all know now? Lets take a gander at these lyrics and explore how exactly the “Yellow Rose” came to be.द्वारा Michael Mitchell
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This month is Black History Month. In part 1 of 2, lets take a look at how African Americans came to be in Texas and some of the facts and figures there are in our fair state. Part 2 will discuss some of the more notable African American Texans I can find.द्वारा Michael Mitchell
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Roadside attractions are something from an almost forgotten era now. They were huge when the US highway system started and it gave people a place to stop, take a break and get out of the car. Of course, we travel significantly faster now and cars are much safer and more comfortable so we tend to get in them and go without stopping. Lets take a look…
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So where did this weeks idea come from? Well, last weeks idea took me to Texas Monthly and while scrolling through some of their material, I briefly saw something about the Texas Volcano and I was like “hmmmm, don’t have time for that rabbit hole right now BUT I’ll put it on my list”. Well, I went down the rabbit hole now and here we are. So lets t…
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Have you ever heard of a bum steer? What about the Bum Steer Awards done by Texas Monthly Magazine yearly? Where did this term come from and why does Texas monthly use it? Lets take a look at that and talk about a few of the Bum Steer Awards from Texas Monthly for 2024.द्वारा Michael Mitchell
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Battleships are fascinating. Our Navy is one of the best if not the best in the world. Did you know that there was a battleship names after Texas? Of course you did, most people do BUT did you know that it was a ship of firsts? It was the first ship to receive a lot of things to have tested before installing on other and future battleships. Ya, the…
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Today, we’re lending our feed to one of our podcast friends. I was resently a guest on an episode of North of Normal, a podcast series that talks about Canadian films. In this episode the host, Andrew, and myself, discuss Guy Maddin’s 2003 feature film, the Saddest Music in the World. I hope you’ll listen, and check out other episodes in the North …
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So, I’ve been on a kick about lawmen, bandits and judges recently and it occurred to me that I think I’ve only briefly touched on Judge Roy Bean. It kind of hit me when I was telling a story last week so I figured I’d share the story with y”all briefly again and then dive a little deeper into this interesting West Texas Character, Judge Roy Bean. H…
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On episode 48 we did a little digging into two folks that floated onto my radar and learned a little more about them. This week is no different. Here are two more outlaws that were either born or passed through Texas. However, one of them was an outlaw and lawman and at one time, he was both at the same time!…
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Have you heard about someone that is legendary and it really piques your interest so you go do a little digging into their story just to see if they are really as interesting as they seem? Well, there are two people we are going to look at today that are even more interesting than previously thought. And both of them are well known BUT kind of alwa…
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In this episode, we look at the factors that resulted in the dissolution of the PNIAI, what happened to the artists in the years that followed, and the group's ongoing legacy, today. Download the listening guide Hosted by Soleil Launière Produced by Ryan Barnett, Maia Foster-Sanchez and Nahka Bertrand Artwork by Caleb Ellison-Dysart Theme by Justin…
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Have you been around someone that tells stories and you just hang on every word and can’t wait for them to tell the next yarn? I sure have. In my case I was around a bunch of folks like that in my life. I have a few in my family but I met a bunch through my time in the Scouts as a youth, professional and volunteer. And really it is a great thing to…
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In this episode, Daphne, Jackson, Alex, Eddy, Carl, Joseph and Norval begin exhibiting together. And then, an idea starts to take form. The seven of them will form a collective; one of the first self-organized art activist groups in Canadian history. One of its main goals: to fight to establish a forum and the spaces for the voices and perspective …
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Have you seen a festival, event, celebration or parade and wondered how it got started? I mean there are some obvious ones like Veterans Day, 4th of July, etc but I wonder about some of the Christmas/Holiday Festivals in Texas. So come on a sleigh ride with me and lets look at a few of the big ones.द्वारा Michael Mitchell
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In this episode, we meet Joseph Sanchez and Eddy Cobiness, and Daphne reconnects with her roots and opens her own little shop inspired by Andy Warhol's famed studio: The Factory. Download the listening guide Hosted by Soleil Launière Produced by Ryan Barnett, Maia Foster-Sanchez and Nahka Bertrand Artwork by Caleb Ellison-Dysart Theme by Justin Del…
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Have you ever looked at a town or place name and wondered where on Earth they came up with that? I do that often and tend to look them up just to see what interesting history is behind the name. Often times I am not disappointed. Come with me this week to explore a few and learn a little history.द्वारा Michael Mitchell
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Constructing backstories is easy. Applying it to the page is not. Many authors struggle with revealing backstory to the reader in a well-paced, constructive manner. Beka and Kate sit down with Julie McCann, the journalism coordinator at Algonquin College and a veteran writer. Together, we break apart the methods of telling affective backstories to …
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In this episode, we’re looking at the quiet aftermath of Norval Morrisseau's Pollock Gallery exhibition, and what happened next for First Nations artists in the wake of his celebrated debut, including the Indians of Canada Pavilion at Expo 67. Download the listening guide Hosted by Soleil Launière Produced by Ryan Barnett, Maia Foster-Sanchez and N…
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Have you ever been to a business and wondered where and how they got their start? A lot of folks know about big companies like Harley and Ford in 1903, Jim Beam in 1795, JP Morgan Chase in 1799, Remington Firearms in 1816, Macy’s in 1843 and I’m sure there are a slew of others. Today I want to deep dive into a couple of Texas based businesses that …
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Have you ever heard a local story or legend and you think “is there really any truth to that”? And then you pull up the old interwebs and boom, there it is in black and white? Well, I have and I am here to tell you that these are two tales that I have heard personally and went down the rabbit hole to bring them to you here. These two stories involv…
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Norval Morrisseau explodes onto the Canadian art scene with his inaugural exhibit at Toronto's Pollock Gallery. Daphne Odjig nurtures her gift as a precocious visual artists, and struggles with her identity as an Indigenous woman in 1930s Parry Sound. Download the listening guide. Hosted by Soleil Launière Produced by Ryan Barnett, Maia Foster-Sanc…
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Placing your reader into the world you create requires strategic description. Description is daunting, especially when too much can bore your reader and too little can confuse them. Kate and Beka explore the limits of description with author Terry Fallis.द्वारा Rebekah Houter & Kate Playfair
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Have you ever been witness to something historical? My Grandparents all spoke about the great depression, even though they were all born on the back end of it, it certainly effected their life. They also spoke about the bombing of Pearl Harbor. My parents have both spoken about the assassination of President Kennedy, man landing on the moon, the Cu…
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*COMING SOON* a new five-part series. Fifty years ago the Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporation (PNIAI) transformed the art world forever. As part of Indigenous activism happening across the Americas in the 1970s, the “Indian Group of 7” (as they were dubbed by the press at the time) asserted First Nations artistic expressions and self-d…
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Part 2 - Did you know that Texas was home to the Worlds Fair in 1968. It was held in San Antonio and called the HemisFair ’68! In connection to the Worlds Fair and to boost a little International attention, the Texas Department of Transportation created and designated 10, 650 mile circular driving regions or Trails that encompassed the entire state…
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Part 1 - Did you know that Texas was home to the Worlds Fair in 1968. It was held in San Antonio and called the HemisFair ’68! In connection to the Worlds Fair and to boost a little International attention, the Texas Department of Transportation created and designated 10, 650 mile circular driving regions or Trails that encompassed the entire state…
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Every written piece has a specific style, and that style effects genre and the audience that will read it. This week, Kate and Beka dive into the way style effects audience with professional writing coordinator Michele Hall.द्वारा Rebekah Houter & Kate Playfair
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I know a lot of you, like myself, are ready to vacation in far away places. I have a bunch of places on my bucket list and I know there is no way I’ll ever get to all of them. However, I’ve managed to find some unique places in Texas that are truly amazing and remind me of some places abroad. So even if you’re not planning on leaving the country so…
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On September 3, 2018, a rancher in Laredo, Texas, discovered a woman’s body shot execution-style on the side of the road. When investigators identified her as a local sex worker, their search for the killer took them into the darkest corners of the city. Then, after days of false starts and dead-ends, another body turned up, terrifying residents an…
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So, when you hear about Texas and the pure awesomeness of the state, lots of people think about Cowboys and Indians, wide open prairies, cattle drives and cowboy boots. BUT, we have what is considered to be one of the most elite law enforcement groups in the country however, they were a bit sketchy at times in the past. I’m talking about the Texas …
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Are you looking for a podcast on how to write a compelling story? Once Upon a Times New Roman is an informational podcast featuring a variety of guests where hosts Beka and Kate discuss the different tips and tricks for navigating the difficult world of writing stories.द्वारा Rebekah Houter & Kate Playfair
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Setting is an essential element of telling a great story. Not only does it pull your reader into the story, it manipulates your plot, challenges your character, and flesh out your world. Beka and Kate sit down with Shawn Anthony, an author, scriptwriter, and professor at Algonquin College to discuss the art of setting and how it affects a story.…
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In our final episode on the life and work of filmmaker David Cronenberg, we're transported with The Fly, and seeing double with Dead Ringers. Where to find: Buster: A Life in Pictures Consider becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/onceinhollywoodnorth Written and Produced by Ryan Barnett | Co-producer Sonia Gemmiti. Additional voices: Matt Bar…
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So, let me pose a question here….Is it good to laugh at the dead? I am sure that most of you are thinking “no Mike, that is just downright disrespectful”. Normally I would say “Fair Enough” BUT, I do have a different sense of humor and what if I threw out that the dead had been honored with a Darwin Award? What is that you say, well, the awards Hon…
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It's Canadian Thanksgiving, so we're taking this time to preview what's to come in Season 3. Where to find: Buster: A Life in Pictures Consider becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/onceinhollywoodnorth Written and Produced by Ryan Barnett | Co-producer Sonia Gemmiti. Additional voices: Matt Barnett & Sonia Gemmiti. Special archival audio cour…
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