In episode 3 of The Lobby, Damian is joined by veteran non-profit journalist, Josh Kurtz, Partner at Rifkin Weiner Livingston, Camille Fesche, and Baltimore and Howard County Delegate Jessica Feldmark. Join us as we examine the variety of perspectives on Maryland politics- from inside, from outside, and from one of the state's most-trusted observers.We'll see you inside on the Lobby.
MY FAVORITE MARTIAN: The Ballad of Old Tan Tiddie Man (With Josh Kurtz)
No Highway Option
Another dose of Christopher Lloyd comin' at ya! We said we wanted more of him last week, so now we have...so much more. Joshua Kurtz and the boys crash land in the middle of a forgotten corner of Disney+ so they can check out the 1999 sci-fi buddy comedy MY FAVORITE MARTIAN. Quite possibly the only movie we'll ever discuss on this podcast that has sentient clothing, the threat of getting pooped on, magic gum and Wallace Shawn all at once. It's a movie that can be simultaneously described as "a surprisingly funny good time" and "the most visually disturbing thing I've seen in years", depending on who you ask. Join them as they answer such questions as: What are the specifics of form-altering gum? How do you drink a lava lamp? Can you pick up accents from school? How poorly has this movie aged in the problematic department? Old Tan Tiddie Man, what's his deal? among many others... THIS FRIDAY: THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN (Luke's Birthday Bonus!) NEXT WEEK: SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD with STACY WALKER Check out Josh's rad bite-size spooky Podcast CRYPT I.D. on Podbean! (https://cryptid.podbean.com/, in case the links don't work for you) Thank you for listening! Please review us on your podcast provider and share us with your friends, we really appreciate it! CALL THE HIGHWAY PATROL TIPLINE WITH YOUR THOUGHTS (301) 941-7493 (SIZE) It's the Highway Tip Patrol Hotline! Your audio may be used in a future episode somehow! Follow our socials: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @NoHighwayPod YouTube: No Highway Option Theme Music composed by Ian C. Weber. Find more of Ian's projects here: https://soundcloud.com/ianwebermakesnoise --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/no-highway-option/support
Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters assessing election and coming agenda in Annapolis
Every municipality in America will be seeing massive shortfalls in 2021. We asked Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters to assess the aftermath of this election and what it means for Larry Hogan and the State Assembly during this cold winter of a pandemic and national unrest.
Today on Midday, it's another Reporters' Notebook edition, as Tom surveys some of the top local and regional news developments with two of the best journalists on the scene. WYPR State House report Rachel Baye joins Tom first to discuss Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's plans to move the state to so-called "Phase 3" reopening; how the governor's thinking on COVID-19 has evolved since the pandemic's onset in the spring; the sharp differences in the approach to pandemic reopenings being taken by Baltimore City and Ann Arundel counties, for example; and why a large number of Catholic school teachers say they are quitting. Then, Tom is joined by veteran local newsman Josh Kurtz. He's the co-founder and editor of Maryland Matters, the online news journal covering state politics and government. Among the stories Josh has been following: the resumption of eviction actions in Maryland; the decision by the State Elections Board to no longer require 2-person teams to count some ballots; and State Senate President Bill Ferguson's plan to limit the number of bills individual senators can sponsor.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Passions of Jesus - Session 4: Sharing Your Passion for Jesus with Rev. Ben Gatton, Dr. Stephanie Moore Hand and Rev. Josh Kurtz
Means of Grace
In the Passions of Jesus study, we look at the interconnectedness of Christ’s passion for us, Christ’s passion for others, and our passion reflected back, for Christ and for others. Rev. Gloria Hughes will lead six weeks of video conversations to accompany a digital study guide. Do the video conversations leave you wanting more? Each week, throughout Lent, Means of Grace will feature the 15- to 30-minute conversations in full.
Thank you to Simon Cortes and La Palapa Grill and Cantina in Ellicott City for hosting! Thank you also to our sponsors Kyle Reis and Julia Jackson McCready! You can read Maryland Matters here. Three Things: 1. Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting 2. 130% (!!) Early Voting Turnout 3. Elevate Maryland Sponsors (and forthcoming schwag) Same Old Questions: Music: The Fab Faux Book: Life After Life Food: Franky Pizza
Show Notes Thanks to Joe's Place Delifor their always warm and friendly hospitality! 3 Things Tom's Thinkin' About Tino’s Keep it civil The light and weight of democracy Maryland Matters' Josh Kurtz Campaign finance reports Gubernatorial campaigns Some surprises PGCo exec race BaCo exec race HoCo exec race Ball could ride a blue wave Kittleman has a brand other than Republican 9B Watson / Medinger democrats and Flannigan the republican Medinger put $150k Of own money in Watson fiscally conservative Flanigan used to be democrat Pettiness and attempts at bipartisanship Harry Nice bridge How federal tax cuts affect Maryland How Obamacare erosion affects Maryland Reform On Tap Task force rules on relationship between brewers and distributors Josh's Rapid Fire Book - Tune In - Beatles Early Years Music - don’t go to tribute bands Movie - 3 Billboards Podcast - Pod Save America, Elevate Maryland Unpopular Benign - Star Wars sequels Meal - Mt Vernon Marketplace EMD - participate and vote locally Revere Journalists!! Next guest Jim Shea
Behind The Scenes with Josh Kurtz: Maryland Politics
Public Interest Podcast
Josh Kurtz joins Jordan Cooper as today's co-host of Public Interest Podcast's new "Behind the Scenes (BTS)" talk show to speak about how the 2018 election cycle is shaping up in Maryland. Good hearts make the world a better place