New England Legends

Jeff Belanger lives a life of adventure. Not only has he has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro and Machu Picchu, but his professional life revolves around ghosts and legends.  He had his first personal

Woman Over 70

Taking a stand for women in elderhood was an easy “yes” for Gail Zelitzky (who happens to be Podcast Magazine® Founder and Editor-in-Chief Steve Olsher’s mom).  Via interviewing 70 women over the

Hey, Hey… My, My…

On January 24, 2022, iconic hippie and rock & roll Hall of Famer Neil Young pulled his music from Spotify.  Prior to doing so, he had put the Swedish audio streaming and

Getting The Goods on Goodpods

JJ Ramberg started her media career as a receptionist for NBC’s Nightly News. She’d been a reporter and producer before making her way to an anchor position hosting MSNBC’s Your Business for

Not Your Regular ‘Coffee-Shop Cops’

Even before the murder of George Floyd by the now-convicted former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, Chris Sherwin continually observed the division between citizens and cops being created by false information.  The

The Domestic Violence Discussion

Volunteering as a hotline advocate is important—and heart-wrenching—work. Every day, advocates listen to callers and share resources with survivors, allies, and family members.  As a volunteer for a domestic violence hotline, Ariel

Tuckered Out With Ami Thakkar

Ami Thakkar’s journey to podcasting was one of finding her true North—her purpose in life. Ami’s parents immigrated from Bombay to the U.S. in the 1960s making Ami first generation. She grew