In this episode, @theizzyrock explores what people love and hate about Dayton, Ohio and the Miami Valley. He takes answers from a broad spectrum of Daytonians. Other topics included Ohio deep freeze, government shutdown and Wright Patt, Dayton Podfest 2.0, Rockstar Pro Arena is moving to Turnbuckles and Brews, Sound Valley Winter Festival at Brightside, Barrel House, HearandSee, Cricketbows are making a movie, and we go out with Gabe Maas and the Bruins – “Don’t Mind”
The fellas have a great discussion about the importance of voting, the community with Montgomery County Recorder Brandon McClain. Plus, the importance of his new Veterans Identification Card program. Last day to register to vote is October 9th. Early voting begins on October 10th. Stay in contact with the fellas @recordermcclain & @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash. Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app. #KeepRecorderMcClain #YCMTUP #YouCantMakeThisUpPodcast
With one of the major elections of our lifetimes coming up quickly, we are catching up with first time candidates to see what inspired them to run, what they stand for, and the importance of this November’s election. Important note: voter registration ends 10/9 – register or check your status here: https://www.vote.org/
Kim McCarthy is a candidate for Ohio State Representative from the 73rd District (western Greene County). She lives with her three children and a menagerie of animals on Boomerang Farm in Sugarcreek Township, having resided in Greene County since immigrating from Australia more than two decades ago. While her children are attending Bellbrook schools, Kim works as a professional accountant, after years of being a small business owner across the county.
Politically active for many years, Kim is stepping up now due to the current corruption in Columbus, and the fact that policies are not being made that address the actual needs of our working citizens. She is dedicated to providing honest representation that addresses the *real* issues that people are facing every day, with policies that put People First!
For more details on Kim’s campaign and a full rundown down of her anti-corruption, pro-people platform, including supporting healthcare for all, living wages for workers, strong public education, supporting local businesses, protecting Net Neutrality and your freedom to use the internet, please visit
Kim accepts no corporate PAC money, and her campaign relies on the support of regular every day citizens who want to see change happen in our communities, our state, our nation, our world.
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The New Old Fashioned – “Kid 2000”
David Sparks has joined the crew of Gem City Podcast and recorded an episode of Tales From The Hardside in July that was never released. Here is that podcast now.
This weeks guest is David Sparks. A man of many talents and strong opinions. David is one of my favorite politically aware people I follow on social media from the Dayton, Ohio area. We discuss his origin story, politics, his youtube show the David Sparks Show, Obama on WTF, his projects, and have a pretty awesome chat.
This weeks songs are from Close The Hatch- “Grit & Fire” https://closethehatch.bandcamp.com/
and The Flesh Pets- “Trance City Limits”
Produced and Hosted by Izzy Rock
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Call the voicemail: 937-265-2024
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Terrifying Tales of the Macabre is a late night horror host show based in Dayton, Ohio. Local air times include on DATV at midnight on Friday/Saturday and DATV.org live stream, or on Mondays at 1 a.m. It also airs on MVCC at Midnight on Friday/Saturday and the MVCC.NET live stream.
Your host is Baron Von Porkchop, an eccentric 18th century ghoul with a love for sharing b-grade movies with his viewers as he and his friends get into adventures in and around Southwestern, Ohio.
Terrifying Tales of the Macabre is a production of Bloodline Video, an independently owned and operated film company also based in Dayton, Ohio. Bloodline Video CEO, Matt Brassfield, is the show’s producer and primary writer and director.
The People of Dayton is a documentary film of folk journalism, filmed by Steve Bennish and David Sparks. They both join the podcast and we discuss Dayton, the good and the bad, as well as the how and the why. Much hope! We can make a difference at a local level, which will make the change at the national level. This will take the collaborative effort from all residents, from all of… The People of Dayton.
Gary Leitzell is a non-Partisan, Entrepreneur and Community Leader with a vision for community and safety. He has developed economic and unity planning to build safer, thriving neighborhoods. Along with helping put Dayton on the world stage as a business boom city. He sits down with us and breaks down some politics, provides some information we all should know, and tells us all about his running for County Commission! Please come out and support the independent candidate, Gary Leitzell!