Mike Roe of the 77s and Randy Layton of Alternative Records come Back By the Woodpile to talk about the music and work of Robert Vaughn, including the up coming re-release of the seminal album Love and War.

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Dr. Carlos Eire is back at the Woodpile to talk about cooperation between church and state in governing, the government helping the ‘deserving’ poor, Charles the 5th’s days of hunting down Protestants before going fishing for the rest of his life and how different political ideologues see their own passions and causes in aspects of the Reformation period.

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Singer-songwriter Jeff Graham shares his music and story Back by the Woodpile, telling stories of the legendary Jack's Guitar Bar, the miracle of Dunkirk and that time the police commandeered a guitar amplifier. 

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In the early 1960’s as the Castro regime began to transform Cuba into a socialist, militarist regime, part of that including training children to become atheist Marxists soldiers. And so a plan was quietly hatched by those on and off the island to get as many children out as soon as possible. The result was Operation Padro Pan, an exodus of Biblical proportions that helped over 14,000 children flee the increasingly ruthless communist party rule. One of those children, Dr. Carlos Eire, wrote of his experiences in the books Waiting for Snow in Havana and Learning to Die in Miami and joins us Back By the Woodpile to talk about both his experiences and the future of his suffering homeland.

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Welcome to the series where mostly old guys share their stories from the 1980s when we were trying to figure life out, with varying degrees of success. This time around we’re talking fashion, crushes and technology with a few D&D tales tagged on

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We’re back with another conversation about the Reformation with Dr. Carlos Eire, who not only teaches this time period at Yale University but wrote a thick book called Reformations which seeks to tell the whole story of all the changes religious, social and political that started in the 1500’s. This time around we talk Zwingli vs. Luther, eating sausage as an act of religious devotion and how thought mobs seem to show up in every generation.

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On this episode we talk judging and bail bonding in upstate New York and a GI in South Korea.

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If you fancy yourself a revolutionary, we've got a nice primer and introduction to the path you've set out on. You'll get to hear about your heroes including Che Guevara, Fidel and Raul Castro, Joseph Stalin, Leon Trotsky, Chairman Mao, Peng Dehuai, Huey Newton, Maximilien Robespierre, Antifa, Black Lives Matter and so much more! 

 

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Five hundred years ago a guy nailed a sheet a paper with a litany of gripes on it, which changed world civilization in dramatic ways that are still with us today. Dr. Carlos Eire comes Back By the Woodpile to tell about what lead up to that man- Martin Luther- causing the event we call the Reformation and other figures both before and during this time frame that also had similar aims.

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We're back in the 1980s talking summer camps and trips, dancing, the film Scarface and the Mariel Boatlift.  

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Korean-American Sophia Johnson comes Back By the Woodpile to talk about her family's experiences and faith especially in light of the #StopAsianHate news narrative. 

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We're back sharing stories from the 1980's, this time involving pranks, mishaps and the various organic material that exits one's body! 

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