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Eddie Parker AKA NapTown Eddie

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Eddie Parker aka NapTown Eddie. One of the greatest internet radio personalities in the world. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eddie-parker8/support
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In 2019, at the age of 87, journalist/novelist/raconteur Dan Wakefield sat down with fellow writer Susan Neville to talk about his life and work. Because he was a working writer from the 1950s on, his life intersected with some of the major figures and events of the late twentieth century. In these ten podcasts you’ll hear their stories. The interviews were conducted at Butler University’s Irwin Library and on Mr. Wakefield’s front porch on Northview Avenue in Indianapolis. They were finishe ...
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Sam and Hiram sit down with radio personality and part-owner of your Annapolis Blues, Dave Johnson. https://annapolisblues.com/dave-johnson Dave is a passionate local sports fan and generously shares stories from his broadcast career, including his World Cup coverage. The Annapolis Blues are gearing up for the season opener, so Dave Johnson has the…
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Annapolis Blues Coach Colin Herriot sits down with Sam Huston and Hiram Wainwright. Coach chats about last season’s success, his plans for this year's squad, and how important the community has been to the Annapolis Blues’ success. Don't miss a single show, follow the Naptown Blues fancast. Listen here or subscribe wherever you get podcasts. Got an…
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Preseason Blues coverages back with getting to know assistant general manager Steven Hooper. If you have not had the pleasure of meeting Steven, you have definitely seen him on and off the field last season doing anything and everything for the Annapolis Blues. Steven sits down for his first interview, to chat with Sam and Hiram about last season’s…
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We can't wait until the Annapolis Blues soccer season begins, so Sam Huston and Hiram Wainwright are back with pre-season coverage. First up, standout striker Jacob Murrell’s first interview since becoming the 7th pick in the 2024 MLS SuperDraft for D.C. United. Jacob shares his thoughts on the Blues’ epic first season, the overwhelming community, …
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The Blues were in Montclair, NJ for the Eastern regional finals. Regrettably, the dream season came to an end with a 4-0 defeat at the hands of West Chester in the semifinals. Hiram and Sam discuss the magical season and give their thoughts on the future as they offer their final show of the season. What an amazing ride it has been. Got any questio…
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What a week for the Blues. Not only do they win a championship, but they did it in dramatic fashion in front of an electric crowd. Hiram and Big Sam discuss both matches from their unique perspectives; one from the stands with the screaming fans and the other from the sidelines in the thick of play. Do we have a Derby (rivalry)? We think so, the Ol…
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The Blues suffered their first defeat of the season heading into the playoffs but that wasn't the full story as the weather took center stage. Hiram chats about his side of the storm versus Big Sam's side both involved being soaked. Big shoutout to @PursuitSoccer for making the trip and hanging out in the storm. Finally, Hiram and Carson are introd…
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This week Big Sam takes the wheel with the assist from executive producer Melissa. They chat about the AA county Fire & Police derby, pudding shots and the Blues 12th man in a hard fought 1-0 victory. Also want to know what’s going on in the playoffs, Big Sam has you covered. Got any questions? Reach out to us on Twitter @NaptownBluesPod Hiram and …
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The Annapolis Blues won both their road games, but the matches couldn’t have been more different. Sam and Hiram break down the highlights, and with some of the players and coaches. But it’s really about if you can do it on a cold, rainy night in Fairfax. To go with the action, the staff is enjoying the perfect Sunday afternoon drink; the Bloody Mar…
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The Blues win emphatically again at home 6-1 over Grove United. The undefeated run continues, and the guys have none other than Coach Colin Herriot to discuss the match. They chat pregame planning, tactics, and the incredibly spicy pepper producer Carson ate during the tailgate. Got any questions? Reach out to us on Twitter @NaptownBluesPod Hiram a…
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The Blues are on a roll winning their fourth in a row, 3-0 over Virginia Beach City. Hiram is back and the guys are happy to catch up. They have interviews with 3 members of the term and chat with Coach Herriot. The guys enjoy Keepers Kolsch from Forward Brewing the official brew of the Annapolis Blues. Got any questions? Reach out to us on Twitter…
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The Blues are victorious in their historic home opener that also saw the attendance record for the NPSL shattered and a comeback 4-2 victory helped a lot too. We open with some cocktail talk so if you want to skip that, go immediately to the 7 min 45-second mark for the blues action. We chat all about the match with Hiram on assignment producers Ca…
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This week Big Sam is flying solo with Hiram out on assignment. Keeping short and sweet this week as the Blues have another monster win this time at VA Beach City FC 4-0. Big Sam goes over all the key points in the match and catches you up on all the action in the Mid-Atlantic division of the NPSL. Got any questions? Reach out to us on Twitter @Napt…
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The Blues were on the road for a second straight week this time up to FC Frederick and the boys had a day! A big 5-0 victory for their first 3-pointer of the season. That wasn’t the only thing that was involved 3 too. The boys have comments from Coach Collin, keeper Griffin, and Hat-trick Jacob. Please take a moment to subscribe, rate, and share wi…
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The Blues are finally playing matches and the guys are excited to talk about it, well kinda, hard to get intel on the Greenville but we know the Blues got a shutout. There was a lot to talk about for the Community Shield match, from the 3-0 scoreline to someone’s newfound game and finding goals for the match. The guys also catch up on the early sta…
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What is a supporters club? What does it take to make one? We have Paul and Amanda of the Bay Bhoys to discuss it all. The plans for tailgates, where they’ll be seated and the relationship between the club and the supporters. We enjoy an espresso martini made with Rise Ups Blues Blend coffee and Westward Stout Finished Whiskey. get tickets at www.an…
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We have our first preseason match and it’s a “Community Shield” match… exactly what is that? Well, we have Annie and Kelly from Rebuilding Together AACO. They discuss what the charity does, what got them both involved, and the challenges of running this organization. How can we help? Pretty simple buy a ticket and go to the match, it’s that simple.…
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Well, you have a club but how do you run it? Good thing we have Fred Matthes the General Manager of your Annapolis Blues to discuss just that. From hiring staff, working with the stadium, community groups, sponsors and oh yeah A TEAM! Fred and the guys go over all the ins and out of running a brand-new club in a brand-new market. Got any questions …
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Have you ever wondered what it takes to start a soccer franchise? Well, in our debut episode we cover just that! We sit down with Michael “Hitch” Hitchcock, the primary owner of ours Annapolis Blues FC. Form hiring and supporting staff, to finding a stadium, and becoming part of the community we cover it all. Got questions reach out to us on Twitte…
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At the end of this interview, Dan Wakefield says ‘’I guess that’s it. That’s everything I know. That’s doubtful of course, but the amount of insider history covered in this podcast is wide ranging. One of the first practitioners of what was called “The New Journalism,” he tells stories from the great age of celebrity profiles. Wakefield covered Sen…
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In this episode, prose writer Dan Wakefield talks about the importance of poetry in his own life and in his writing. This is a wide-ranging conversation that touches on many poets, writers, and musicians: including the teacher who gave him the Carl Sandburg poem that gave him permission to leave Indiana for New York; memories from his deep friendsh…
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In perhaps the most personal of these podcasts, Dan discusses the time he spent in Hollywood working on the television series James at 15, a period of his life that began with an offer he couldn’t refuse and ended with the crisis he describes in Returning. Along the way, he learns the ins and outs of the television and film industry, a world he wou…
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When Wakefield first moved to Los Angeles to start a novel in Joan Didion’s basement and later on the beach in Venice, where he lived at the Chateau Marmont and entered a tumultuous relationship with Eve Babitz, former girlfriend of Jim Morrison, designer of album covers for Buffalo Springfield, and writer of essays and stories, including “Black Sw…
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Wakefield began his journalism career as a civil rights reporter for The Nation, The Atlantic, Esquire, and The New York Times. After his coverage of the Emmett Till trial, he continued being fascinated by trials. “It was like reading a novel,” he explains in this episode. He talks about the James Jones From Here to Eternity trial and the Adam Clay…
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As a young journalist, Wakefield was inspired by Hemingway’s notion that you have to face death to be a writer. “I wanted to put myself at risk,” Wakefield says in this interview, “test my courage and integrity” and so he “jumped at the first opportunity to get himself shot at.” In this episode, Wakefield talks about fishing and being shot at in th…
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Dan had the opportunity to study under some of the greatest teachers/writers/critics of the 20th century, including Lionel Trilling and Mark Van Doren. Rabbi Harold Kushner was also there. He also lived in New York at the height of the popularity of Freudian analysis. In this episode, he talks about the people he knew at Columbia, his work with C. …
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In 1955, Wakefield graduated from Columbia University and went looking for his first job. Through Indianapolis connections, he landed an interview with Barney Kilgore, editor of The Wall Street Journal. He wasn’t, Kilgore told him, quite ready for the Journal, but he was given a reporting job at a small paper in Princeton, New Jersey, where every d…
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At the time of this taping, Wakefield was Kurt Vonnegut’s “oldest living friend.” It was Vonnegut who wrote the New York Times review of Wakefield’s Going All the Way and it’s Wakefield who posthumously edited Vonnegut’s stories, letters, and graduation speeches. They both grew up in Indianapolis and attended Shortridge High School. Wakefield talks…
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When Dan Wakefield moved back to his hometown of Indianapolis in 2005, he saw it with a different lens and was re-awakened, in his 80s, to the history of racism and the erasure of Midwestern black culture that he had been blind to as a child. He brought a lifetime of his own civil rights reporting and things he hadn’t understood in long friendship …
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Phoenix also known as “The Valley of the Sun” is a Hip-Hop market that is very diverse, yet filled with an array of talent. One of the trendsetters who has made huge contributions to this viable market is the Texas-Born recording artist known as, City Lyfe.--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eddie-parker8/support…
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"Mood 6" 422k views on YouTube. Spins on 101.1 The Beat Phoenix and 105.8 Vegas. Edwin talks about his background, love for Cardi B, and his future projects. During the interview he had to make a stop to a very important place😎😎😎. Press play to find out--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eddie-parker8/support…
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Chris and Claude are recording artists from Arizona. They not only do rap in English but French also. They present a new style in the hip hop industry. Very talented artists and great guys. Click and listen to the interview. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eddie-parker8/support…
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Having reached the status as a gold, and platinum selling artist, the rapper, writer, producer, and engineer has performed on thousands of stages, and in front of millions of audiences across the world. As the Chief Operating Officer of Bum Johnson Inc and Boomdocz Productions, Tha Chill understands the importance of time-management in an effort to…
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Dr. Perry on the phone with NapTown Eddie. He talks about his new show on Fox "Breakthrough" airs January 7, 2019. Dr. Perry also discusses his Capitol Preparatory Schools, education system, P.Diddy and many more. Share this podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/eddie-parker8/support…
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Dr. Underwood is a well-known speaker, educator and the generational leader for young black males. Named Educator of the Year for his strides in empowering males for greatness and given the Humanitarian Award, Dr. Underwood is on a mission, to speak with people of all walks in life about overcoming obstacles for life success. Mainly, his book "Bumb…
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Chicago's Mayoral Candidate Ja' Mal Green is an activist and entrepreneur whose activism and efforts have reached national and international audiences. Ja'Mal brings a marginalized perspective to issues such as race relations, economics and the current state of political justice in America. Since starting his first youth organization at age 15, Ja'…
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Dr. Clark is a well-respected author, public speaker, and veteran in the world of urban education. He's the Founder and CEO of the Richard Wright Public Charter School in Washington, DC. Touted by news and media as America's Toughest Principal, and education TV contributor for major networks. With years of experience, Dr. Clark has developed a uniq…
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