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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Annie Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Annie Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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4 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Annie Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Annie Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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Annie Moore and Catholic Immigration

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On January 1, 1892, Annie Moore was the first immigrant to pass through the gates of Ellis Island and as Tom and Noelle Crowe tell her story, they also tell the story of Catholic immigration to the US in the late 19th century, including the hopes, the challenges, and the helping hands.

The post Annie Moore and Catholic Immigration appeared first on SQPN.com.

Dec 30 2019 · 14mins
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Ep. 1- Larry and Annie Moore

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In this inaugural episode of Around The Table- With Jon And Tyler, we sit down and talk to Larry and Annie Moore. Larry talks about the life of bodybuilding with his bone disease, and Annie shares a few key secrets to getting your meals down on the go! We really had a lot of fun doing this one, and hope to be able to do it again sometime!

If you want to get into the life of Larry and Annie a little further, you can find them on Instagram at

@Larrym754

@Anniejoschmo

Oct 22 2019 · 1hr 49mins
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All About Andy/Pt. 1 — Annie Moore (#5)

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Annie Moore was married to Andy Colameco for 21 years, before he died of leukemia in 2003. Prior to meeting Annie at a birthday party, Andy — who'd been diagnosed with a learning disability as a kid in Philadelphia — turned down a chance to get his Ph.D. in Physics at Harvard. Instead, he chose to teach science and coach girl's basketball at a high school in Vermont. During their first year of marriage, Andy woke up before school each morning to write his first novel, Einstein Doesn't Throw Dice — which would eventually land in The Brautigan Library for unpublished books in Burlington, VT. Last month, nearly 14 years after his death, Bobtimystic Books published Einstein Doesn't Throw Dice, releasing the book on March 14 — Albert Einstein's birthday. In today's episode, Annie fills in some of the details about her late, great husband and the autobiographical novel that unearths his genius.

Einstein Doesn't Throw Dice is available through Amazon, selected independent bookstores and at BobtimysticBooks.com.
Apr 05 2017 · 1hr 30mins
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The Annie Episode: Annie Moore Room?

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In an historical love story for the ages, Maeve flies over the Atlantic, ferries to Ellis Island and wanders around the Lower East Side - all in search of our guest today, Annie Moore. Well, the ghost of Annie Moore, the first immigrant through Ellis Island in January 1892. There are parallels and shadows of Annie’s story in so many immigrant stories, including Maeve’s. Like, Annie married a German man who worked in a bakery, and Maeve’s favorite place to meet guys is in bakeries. This episode is funny and fascinating, but it’s sobering too -  as we hear the echoes of anti-immigrant attacks get louder and louder.  

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Jan 10 2017 · 35mins