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Political Profundity: Voters In 3 States Rebuke Trump
Tuesday's Elections Might Spell Big Trouble For Republicans In 2020, While The Impeachment Process Moves Toward Public Hearings In The House.— Nov. 8, 2019
Political Profundity: U.S. House OKs Impeachment Process
In The First Vote-Tied Step Toward Impeachment, Democrats Take On The Mantle Of Protecting The Country As Republicans Flail Over Process And Argue That Trump's Misdeeds Are Not Enough To Warrant Removal.— Nov. 1, 2019
Political Profundity: Trump Triage Train Rolls Along
The Trump Administration Inflicts Unforced Errors Onto Itself As Impeachment Gains Momentum, But There Is Also The Relocation of Government Departments And An Election To Worry About..— Oct. 24, 2019
Political Profundity: Trump Disasters, Foreign And Domestic
It Was A Week That Included Two Shady Associates Of Rudy Giuliani, Also The Personal Lawyer To The President, Arrested At An Airport And The Kurdish People Betrayed.— Oct. 11, 2019
Political Profundity: Donald Trump Has The Ukraine Blues
The Case For The Impeachment Of Donald Trump Grows As More Information Is Released About The “Perfect Phone Call,” While The GOP And The Secretary of State Scrambles.— Oct. 2, 2019
Political Profundity: Whistleblower Thursday, Historic Week
Donald Trump Has A Very Bad Week As A Whistleblower Complaint Implicates Him For Abusing His Power In An Attempt To Influence The 2020 Election While Also Seemingly Engaging In A Cover Up.— Sept. 13, 2019
Political Profundity: Impeachment In, Bolton Out
Donald Trump Remains In the Center of the Eye of the Political Hurricane He Has Fed With Warm Scandals and Missteps as The U.K. Seemingly Wriggles In Its Own Swampy Morass.— Sept. 13, 2019
Political Profundity: Bon Jour As Trump Goes To The G7
Donald Trump takes a trip to France right after a major dip to the stock market and proceeds to drag the political bottom, including suggesting that Putin and Russia should rejoin the G-7. Also, Newark's water and a Hong Kong photo of note. — Aug. 28, 2019
Hooray for Hollywood: Chris Nibley
Film historian and insider Tom Johnson talks with Chris Nibley, a renowned director of photography, including work on Agents of Shield, Dirty Sexy Money and Mars Attacks! Nibley also discusses Hollywood history, including the munchkins from Wizard of Oz and finding Hanna Barbera cels. — Aug. 23, 2019
Political Profundity: Recession Fears, Fights For Rights, Epstein
Most Economic Experts Claim President Donald Trump’s Economic Battle Against China Is To Blame For A Teetering Economy While Across The Globe Hong Kong And Russia Witness Mass Protests — Aug. 15, 2019
Political Profundity: The Aftermath of Dayton, El Paso Shootings
El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio become the latest communities to suffer a mass shooting: To what extent is Donald Trump culpable and what will the events mean in the near future? — Aug. 7, 2019
Political Profundity: The Aftermath of Dayton, El Paso Shootings
El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio become the latest communities to suffer a mass shooting: To what extent is Donald Trump culpable and what will the events mean in the near future? — Aug. 7, 2019
Political Profundity: Violence, Partisanship Strike Again
Gilroy, Calif., becomes latest victim; Mueller and impeachment; Coats' departure; Boris seizes U.K.; Trump goes low to get base high. — Aug. 1, 2019
Political Profundity: Plutocratic Rot
Migrant Detention, The Debt Ceiling, Mueller's Appearance Before Congressional Panels, As Well As Ducey's Betsy Ross Reaction And Jeffrey Epstein. — July 14, 2019
Political Profundity: Our National Tragedies
Kids Become Political Pawns, Trump at G-20; Mueller To Testify, Stephanie Grisham, SCOTUS Rules On Gerrymandering, Census — June 30, 2019
Political Profundity: The 2020 Campaign Heats Up
As More Than 20 Democratic Hopefuls Begin To Build Their National Profile In Hopes Of Becoming U.S. President, Trump Remains Mired In The Swamp — June 18, 2019
Political Profundity: The Sphinx, er, Mueller, Speaks
The now retiring Special Counsel Robert Mueller takes the dais at the Justice Department and rebukes Trump and Barr. Will it change anything? — June 1, 2019
Political Profundity: Impeachment, Trump, Barr, Iran, Assange
As the investigations into Donald Trump get deeper and POTUS gets more defensive, Iran, Assange and Barr are major worries. — May 24, 2019
Hooray for Hollywood: TCM Festival
Tom talks about his adventures at the 2019 Turner Classic Music Festival, including stories about Dennis Miller, Jacqueline Bisset and even Darth Vader. — May 17, 2019
Political Profundity: Unredacted
As the unredacted Mueller report sits hidden inside the bowels of the Justice Department, Attorney General Barr finds himself facing withering criticism. Also: foreign policy; Boeing, impeachment and more. — May 7, 2019
Political Profundity: The Exoneration That Wasn't
The Barr Summary hits the streets but without the full report, conservatives keep complaining and progressives continue to ask to see more evidence. — March 29, 2019
Political Profundity: Karen Weil and John Guzzon try to make sense of our political existence.
Robert Mueller sends his report to Attorney General William Barr, and the nation waits to find out what he found. Also, Brexit, Electoral College, College admissions and mass killings. — March 22, 2019
Political Profundity: Trump, Kim and Cohen
President Trump heads to Vietnam, but gets rebuffed by Kim Jong Un while Michael Cohen goes to Congress and unleashes the mother of all Trump diatribes. — March 4, 2019
Political Profundity: Karen Weil and John Guzzon try to make sense of our political existence.
The State of our Union is bizarre: Whitaker, Bezos, Trump, investigations, Virginia black face and sexual assault, as well as the death of three. — Feb. 11, 2019
Political Profundity: The Art of The Surrender
The partial government shutdown is over! At least for 3 weeks. Oh, and dirty-trickster Roger Stone gets indicted, arrested as well as drama in Venezuela, Britain and much more. — Jan. 25, 2019
Hooray For Hollywood: Johnson and Fantle's Escapades
From their teen years playing classic films to their recent book, Tom Johnson and Dave Fantle discuss their mutual love of Hollywood films. — Jan. 19, 2019
Political Profundity: Another Stick With The Border Wall
The border wall debate has turned into a war and a government shutdown, but what is the real truth and how will it all end? — Jan. 11, 2019
Five Points: 2018 Year in Review
The year that was 2018 brought many controversies and dramas, most notably those surrounding Donald Trump. — Jan. 1, 2019
Political Profundity: The Week After The 2018 Mid-Terms
The Mid-terms Are Finally Almost Over, With Only A Handful Of Races Still To Be Decided. However, The Political World Keeps Churning, With More Trump Foibles, The Impending Release Of The Mueller Investigation And Much More. — Nov. 16, 2018
Political Profundity: Manfort Flips Again, Cohen Gets Solid, Trump Dump
President Trump’s defense from allegations that he knew about the theft of Democratic emails in 2016 may have led to obstruction of justice. Is it to coverup a crime or just bad spin doctoring? — Dec. 3, 2018
Political Profundity: The Week After The 2018 Mid-Terms
The Mid-terms Are Finally Almost Over, With Only A Handful Of Races Still To Be Decided. However, The Political World Keeps Churning, With More Trump Foibles, The Impending Release Of The Mueller Investigation And Much More. — Nov. 16, 2018
Political Profundity: The 2018 Election
The 2018 Mid-Terms Were A Blue Wave That Is Still Coming In. With A U.S. House Victory Assured And The Prospects For The Final Vote Counts To Haul In Another Seat Or Two, The GOP Was Shellacked — Nov. 9, 2018
Hooray for Hollywood: Joyce Bulifant
From The Mary Tyler Moore Show to just missing on the role of Carol Brady and all of the game shows she appeared in, Joyce Bulifant is a Hollywood icon. Tom Johnson talks to her about Ted Knight and many other key memories. — Nov. 4, 2018
Political Profundity: Bombs, Caravans and Politics
With bombs put in the mail to prominent Trump opponents, the political world has been turned upside down just a few weeks before the midterms. Also, the myth of the immigrant caravan and the battle for U.S. Senate seats in Arizona, Nevada. — Oct. 26, 2018
Political Profundity: Jamal Khashoggi
Jamal Khashoggi is missing and likely dead and killed by the Saudi government or those close to it. But who was he and why did someone end his life? — Oct. 18, 2018
Political Profundity: Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford
Thursday testimony to the U.S. Senate judiciary committee turns into a circus which then leads to a delay for Kavanaugh's smooth-sailing confirmation on Friday. Snippets of the testimony and commentary from John and Karen. — Sept. 30, 2018
Hooray for Hollywood: Tom Dreesen
Comic and entertainer Tom Dreesen discusses his humble beginnings, race relations, making the big time after an appearance on the Johnny Carson show and how he got to be Frank Sinatra's No. 1 man. — Sept. 18, 2018
Political Profundity: John McCain
Born into a prestigious Navy family, John McCain's military career was cut short by a nearly six-year stint in a prisoner of war camp, but he persevered to leave his mark on his adopted state of Arizona and the nation. — Aug. 28, 2018
Political Profundity Special Edition: Manfort and Cohen Guilty
Looking back at what has transpired in the last 24 hours, including the guilty verdict for former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and a guilty plea from the president's former attorney, Michael Cohen. — Aug. 22, 2018
Political Profundity: Wild and Political Fires
Karen Weil and John Guzzon discuss the wildfire conundrum, Trump's problems and offer a sneak-peak at Arizona primaries. — Aug. 22, 2018
Hooray For Hollywood: Howard Michael Gould
A Resume That Includes Being A Show-Runner, Director, Producer, And Writer Of Screenplays, Shows And Now, Novels, Sprouts Interesting Tales. — Aug. 9, 2018
Political Profundity: Five Points on Impeachment
Talking impeachment, especially the possibility of impeaching Donald J. Trump. Also, the historical context of impeachment as well as talk about ratings. — Aug. 2, 2018
Political Profundity: NATO, Kavanaugh, Trump, Putin and Russia, Immigrant Separation
Featuring a discussion about separating families at the border, all of the Russian interference in the U.S. and a few other important tidbits including Jim Jordan. — July 13, 2018
Political Profundity: Donald Trump, Immigration And The Failed Separation Experiment
Featuring a discussion about separating families at the border, its place in history as well as Erdogan, tariffs, North Korea, and the 2018 election. — June 26, 2018
Political Profundity: Primaries, Manfort, Migrants, And Miss America's Bikinis
Reading the tea leaves from California's primaries, looking at Manafort's fate, and the end of the American bikini — June 7, 2018
The Sports Yak: Arizona Diamondbacks Play While Cardinals, Suns Draft
The discussion touches on the Diamondbacks season so far as well as looks as the Cardinals' drafting of Josh Rosen and a bit of insight into the Phoenix Suns. — May 21, 2018
Hooray for Hollywood: TCM Festival
Film historian and insider Tom Johnson talks the "work" of Hollywood, while talking (mostly) to those behind the camera. — May 14, 2018
Political Profundity: Trump, Comedy and #RedforEd
Arizona teachers take a stand, while in Washington and beyond, Trump still can't shake his 2016 victory and the Middle East still roils. — May 3, 2018
Political Profundity: Mucking Around With Don and Bob
As Donald Trump's personal lawyer has his drawers opened, the country also faces war clouds again the Middle East and a Speaker of the House who quits. — April 13, 2018
Hooray for Hollywood: Robert Hays
Film historian and Hollywood insider Tom Johnson speaks with Robert Hays, star of some of the most iconic films of the past millennium, including both Airplane send-ups and the heart-wrenching Homeward Bound. — April 5, 2018
Political Profundity: Of Tariffs, Investigations and Trump
Will Hawley-Smoot's ghost serve to further haunt U.S policy, plus can there ever be a piece of peace when guns are concerned? More: Stormy Daniels; and Sessions tacks from drugs to immigration. — March 12, 2018
The Sports Yak: Arizona Diamondbacks Cactus League Preview
The discussion touches on the Diamondbacks preseason outlook as well as featuring quite a few imitations of Donald Trump. — Feb. 23, 2018
Political Profundity: Budgets, Memos and Parades
Just what is logical about this new federal budget deal, House wallows in memos and the Trump parade. — Feb. 9, 2018
Sports Yak: Waiting For The Sun
With the Phoenix Suns mired in another swamp of a season, fans in the Phoenix metro seem to be eagerly awaiting spring training and NFL training camp. — Feb. 1, 2018
Five Points On The 2018 Elections
Five points: 5. U.S. House might just go to Democrats. 4. U.S. Senate is much more difficult 3. Governorships up for grabs 2. Wedge issues will be big 1. Trump will dominate the cycle. — Jan. 18, 2018
Hooray for Hollywood: Julie Hewett
Tom speaks with Julie Hewett, renowned makeup artist extraordinaire about what is like to work on movies and television as well as some interesting tidbits on the Hollywood life. — Jan. 11, 2018
Political Profundity: 2017 In Review
About 10 minutes for each month's roundup and discussion. For easy reference and listening find each month at the following minute: Jan. 2:30; Feb. 10:00; March 19:30; April 29:05; May 38:27; June 51:48; July 58:20; Aug. 1:07:10; Sept. 1:17:10; Oct. 1:25:30; Nov. 1:33:00; Dec. 1:41:00. — Dec. 31, 2017
The Sports Yak: Stinky Suns, Hibernating Dbacks, Clunky Cards and Devil Time
Holy moly, the Suns are struggling, the Cardinals are spiraling for a crash, Dbacks might be trading Zachy Zachy Greink Greink and Sun Devils may triumph over heaven. — Dec. 19, 2017
Hooray for Hollywood: Chris Cox Talks Voiceovers, Family Guy, Hollywood
Realistically hilarious impressions of some of the biggest male names in Hollywood punctuate the conversation with a well-heard VOP artist. — Dec. 14, 2017
Political Profundity: Tax Break; Trumprussia; Merkel and Much More
Can Congress and Trump pull off the tax reform bamboozle and is Trump's hot water getting ready to boil? — Nov. 28, 2017
The Sports Yak: Middling Suns, Mediocre Cardinals and Slumbering Dbacks
Will the Phoenix Suns grow or make a trade? Can the Cardinals find a path back to respectability? Will the D-backs find success in 2018? — Nov. 21, 2017
Political Profundity: Mueller Indicts, Tax Respite, Kelly Reflects
Conversation includes many items from the world of politics with some insights by our two seasoned journalists. — Nov. 2, 2017
Political Profundity: Taxes, Niger, Nunes, Puerto Rico and NAFTA
Conversation includes tax reform, Niger military deaths, Devin Nunes' personal war, Puerto Rico's sweetheart power deal and NAFTA. — Oct. 25, 2017
The Sports Yak: Suns Rise, Dbacks fall, Cards flutter
This episode, Wayne and his sidekick talk the end of the Arizona Diamondbacks' season, the potential of the Phoenix Suns and whether the Arizona Cardinals are becoming irrelevant. — Oct. 17, 2017
Hooray For Hollywood: Seth Berkowitz
This episode, Tom Johnson talks with Seth Berkowitz, president of Workshop Creative, one of the foremost creators of trailers for film and television. — Oct. 10, 2017
Political Profundity: Las Vegas Shooting
This episode focuses on the the Las Vegas Shooting with critical perspective from Karen, who was born and raised in the city. Also, "The 60 Seconds 6" features AZ Senate Race, Tom Price's Sacking, Tom Petty's passing and much more. — Oct. 3, 2017
Political Profundity: NFL Protests Trump
This episode focuses on the NFL protests and Donald Trump's role in fanning flames of bigotry, as well North Korea, Puerto Rico (and the Jones Act), plus much more including the debut of "The 60 Seconds 6." — Sep. 26, 2017
Hooray for Hollywood: Talking with Ivan Ladizinsky
For nearly 30 years, Ivan Ladizinsky has been editing television and feature film projects for the Hollywood film industry, including Survivor, Action and many more. Listen as he recounts insights about life as a film editor. — Sep. 21, 2017
Political Profundity: Equifax, Constitution, GOP Jumping Ship
More than 143 million get hacked, ALEC pushes Constitutional Convention, GOP incumbents jump out of 2018 races, Trump pivots with Chuck and Nancy, voter fraud is a fraud and Clinton writes another book. — Sep. 12, 2017
The Sports Yak: Dbacks Winning, Cardinals Beginning
As the Arizona Diamondbacks accelerate towards a wild card berth, the Arizona Cardinals prepare for what many hope might be a deep run in the NFL playoffs. — Sep. 6, 2017
Political Profundity: Arpaio Pardoned
Although Joe Arpaio's pardon is not much of a surprise after President Donald Trump's rally in Phoenix, it feels like a slap in the face to many in Arizona. — Aug. 30, 2017
Political Profundity: Charlottesville, Bannon, Russia-Gate, Arpaio and North Korea
After perhaps the worst incident in civil rights for decades, the nation is torn but not yet in half. The ever-worsening presidency of Donald Trump after the events in Charlottesville, in the Far East and right here in the Grand Canyon State. — Aug. 15, 2017
Five Points On Healthcare and Insurance
What a tangled web gets weaved as Congress debates a healthcare bill that's cleaved. — July 27, 2017
Political Profundity: View of Trump, Washington from The Southwest
Taking a look at the last few weeks, including the health care bill collapse, Junior's meeting with Russians and general federal misbehavior. — July 18, 2017
The Sports Yak
Wayne and John peer into the future and critique the past, this time specifically on the Phoenix Suns' 2017 draft and the Arizona Diamondbacks' end to the 2017 season. — July 10, 2017
Five Points: July 4 and Independence Day
July 4 means Independence Day, but it means much more than that, including the start of unalienable rights and a lasting legacy. — July 3, 2017
Rock On With Joe And Julie: Aging Rockers
With the age of rock's roots extending past five decades, artists, acts and bands that still hit the road are getting up in years. Joe and Julie discuss some of the most prolific touring bands of all time. — June 27, 2017
BFC Takes On Phoenix' Pizza Scene
The Bitches Food Club (BFC) and Wayne get together for yet another culinary discussion about the Phoenix scene. This one devolves with a bit of alcohol and too many cooks in the podcast kitchen. — June 20, 2017
Political Profundity: Reviewing Comey
Former FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, and talks about his interactions with President Trump, but what was more interesting is what couldn't be said in a public hearing. — June 9, 2017
Political Profundity: Previewing Comey
A couple of days before former FBI Director James Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee, what might happen? No one knows, but it will undoubtedly be a circus. Also, D-Day is 73. — June 6, 2017
Phoenix Comicon 2017 Special
The 2017 Phoenix Comicon has come and gone. This year marked the first big-time controversy for the annual event as props are banned after the first day, but overall the con was the con, our relatively expert-level commentators say. — May 31, 2017
Political Profundity: Trump, Terror, And A Glowing Orb
This time, Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk Trump's Russia issues and Middle East trip, the Manchester terror attack, as well as touch on the loss and impact of Roger Ailes. — May 24, 2017
Metal and Classic Rock talk, baby!
Whether It Was Last Week Or Several Decades Ago, Julie Barela Mills And Joe Lopez Probably Have Seen It, Done It, Or Heard About It. — May 18, 2017
The Sports Yak: Arizona D-backs, Cardinals and Phoenix Suns
Talking Arizona D-backs, Cardinals and Phoenix Suns: How good have the D-backs really been, NFL Draft, future Suns and commissioners. — May 9, 2017
BFC: Secret Food Menu Items and More
The Bitches and Wayne discuss the good, bad and extremely ugly of several special menu items plus a whole lot more. — May 3, 2017
Political Profundity
Trump's Presidency Turns 100 Days: Just what is going to happen in the future may remain unseen, but the future of the nation appears more obscure than ever. — April 26, 2017
Rock On With Joe and Julie
Julie Barela Mills and Joe Lopez pay homage to Joe Lynn Turner, who shot to stardom with Rainbow and has carved out a memorable career thereafter. — April 19, 2017
Classic Film and the TCM Film Festival
The 2017 Turner Classic Movies Film Festival honored the Brooks Boys, Lee Grant Debbie Reynolds and many others. Classic film expert Tom Johnson was there and joined John and Karen on this podcast for a lively discussion. — April 14, 2017
Five Points On Trump And Russia
1. The there there. 2. Hillary's emails are important after all. 3. Is Trump the Muscovite Candidate? 4. Spinning like a car stuck in the mud in Alabama. 5. The times, they are a changin. — April 4, 2017
The Sports Yak
Even though the Dbacks didn't win the Cactus League championship this year, can they win in the regular season for a change? Also, Arizona Cardinals lose many players but the Phoenix Suns lose many games. — March 28, 2017
Political Profundity: Trump Gets Comey’d
Just what will the fallout be on the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign and Russia, as well as European elections, Obamacare repeal and Trump's budget request. — March 21, 2017
BFC: Bitches Food Club Gets Devoured
This time on the BFC version of the Modern Times Podcast, it’s all about the Devoured Phoenix culinary festival. Jennifer and Stephanie from the Bitches Flood Club once again visit with Wayne about the restaurant scene in the Phoenix metro. — March 14, 2017
Rock On With Joe and Julie
Julie Barela Mills and Joe Lopez talk about some of the bands that deserve to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, establishing a Metal Hall of Fame, and much more. — March 7, 2017
Political Profundity
Talking Arizona Legislative Bills And Señor Trump: Karen Weil and John Guzzon delve into Arizona legislative actions on limiting protests, and aiming to blunt the initiative process, as well as discuss Trump's plumber-filled White House. — Feb. 28, 2017
The Sports Yak
Wayne Schutsky and John Guzzon discuss the ins and outs and ups and downs of the 2017 offseason going into spring training 2017. Specifically, if improvement will be forthcoming. — Feb. 21, 2017
Political Profundity
Karen Weil and John Guzzon welcome special guest Professor W.A. Bogart of the University of Windsor, author of Off The Street: Legalizing Drugs. — Feb. 14, 2017
Rock On With Joe and Julie
Joe Lopez and Julie Mills talk about the career of vocalist and bassist John Wetton, known for his work with Asia, King Crimson and more. — Feb. 6, 2017
Bitches Food Club
How To Pick A New Restaurant, How They Can Keep You Coming Back: Jennifer and Stephanie from the Bitches Flood Club once again visit with Wayne about the restaurant scene in the Phoenix metro. This time, it’s all about appeal, well, mostly. — Jan. 31, 2017
Political Profundity
Donald J. Trump's First Weekend: The War On The Media, Mainstream, That Is, Alternative Facts, And Crowd Size. — Jan. 24, 2017
Five Points on The Border Wall
Cost, Difficulty, Environment, Not Wanted By Border Residents, Won't Do Any Good Anyway Are The Five Points, But There Is Much More To The Discussion. — Jan. 10, 2017
The Sports Yak
Talking Arizona Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Suns, and a whole lot of other things that have to do with balls and fields. — Jan. 3, 2016
Top Stories of 2016
Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk Donald Trump, Carrie Fisher, terror attack, police shootings, police being shot at as well as local stories like the defeat of Joe Arpaio and much more in this wrap of 2016's most memorable stories from Arizona and beyond. — Dec. 28, 2016
Five Points on Christmas and the Holiday Season
Take a trip inside the holiday season where we will reveal some of the facts, figures and statistics of the modern end of the year holidays, including how much we spend on ourselves, others and if Dickens is still relevant. — Dec. 20, 2016
The Sports Yak
Arizona Cardinals Are Done For 2016: Wayne Schutsky and John Guzzon talk the Arizona Cardinals' disappointing season and preview what they think might happen by the start of the 2017 season. — Dec. 14, 2016
Rock On With Joe and Julie
On this episode, Joe Lopez and Julie Barela Mills talk Glenn Hughes, Roger Hodgson, Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding and much more. — Dec. 6, 2016
Political Profundity
John Guzzon and Karen Weil talk Trump's win, transition and the recount. Also, France takes a turn to the right, South Korea protests corruption and Fidel Castro is dead. — Nov. 29, 2016
Bitches Food Club
Wayne Schutsky speaks with Jennifer Lind Schutsky and Stephanie Sparer from Bitches Food Club about what they like — and don't like — about the Phoenix-metro foodie scene. — Nov. 22, 2016
The Sports Yak
Wayne Schutsky and John Guzzon talk NFL and Arizona Cardinals at Mid-Season: the playoff picture remains very murky and two quarterbacks named Prescott and Wentz have had a previously unpredictable impact. — Nov. 15, 2016
Political Profundity: Trump Wins?!
The shocker of the new millennium is the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president, but not far behind for the people of Maricopa County, Arizona, is the defeat of Sheriff Joe Arpaio. — Nov. 10, 2016
Rock On With Joe and Julie
Ronnie James Dio's life, death and legacy are the subject of this edition of Joe Lopez and Julie Barela Mills' Rock On Podcast. — Nov. 2, 2016
Political Profundity
Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk the U.S. presidential election, Arizona races including Arpaio and Penzone and examine all these doggone polls. — Oct. 25, 2016
Dbacks Hire Hazen, MLB Playoffs Get Interesting
Wayne Schutsky and John Guzzon sit down for an insightful, funny and all too true discussion on major league baseball. — Oct. 18, 2016
U.S. President, Arizona Senate Debate Special
Karen Weil and John Guzzon talk the second debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as well as the only debate between Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick and Sen. John McCain. — Oct. 11, 2016
Rock On With Joe Lopez
Take a trip down a lane filled with guitars, hair and much more as rock journalism legend Joe Lopez talks Kiss, Jason Newsted, Ritchie Blackmore and UK rock. — Oct. 4, 2016
The First Presidential Debate: Clinton v. Trump
Karen Weil, John Guzzon talk about first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump including sound bites and clips. — Sept. 27, 2016
Five Points On Pipelines
John and Karen present Five Points, taking five specific points and elaborating on complex current events of note. This week, pipelines. — Sept. 12, 2016
Talking NFL And Arizona Cardinals
Modern Times staffers Ryan, John and Wayne talk the National Football League, Arizona Cardinals going into Week One. Topics include Kaepernick, quarterbacks, age, depth, playoff predictions, much more. — Sept. 5, 2016
Five Points On Illegal Immigration
John and Karen present Five Points, taking five specifics and elaborating on current events of note. This week, immigration. — Aug. 30, 2016
Summer Movie Wrap-Up
Ryan Scott sits down once again with local film buff A.M. Rogers to discuss the summer movie season, and what to look forward to this upcoming fall. — Aug. 22, 2016
Journol Roundtable On Politics
On this episode of the Modern Times Podcast, John Guzzon and Karen Weil talk about the battle for the White House And Arizona's U.S. Senate seat as well as marijuana legalization in Arizona. — Aug. 15, 2016
Jane N The Jungle
On this episode of the Modern Times Podcast, Ryan Scott sits down with members of from Arizona band Jane N The Jungle to talk about women in music, touring, and their new album. — Aug. 8, 2016
Podcast: Alien Atmosphere On Music, Muscle Cars, More
On this episode, Ryan Scott sits down with the twin-brother music duo that is Alien Atmosphere for a chat about muscle cars, the weird twin connection, the music industry and their show at The Rebel Lounge on Aug 17. — Aug. 1, 2016
Podcast - John and Karen Talk RNC, DNC
The Trump Show Over, Clinton and Company Get Going: Two political junkies discuss the highlights and lowlights of the GOP convention and preview the Democratic convention. — July 25, 2016
The Modern Times Podcast With Guest Michael Zimmerlich
Talking The Phoenix Metro Music Scene: A Guy Who Writes Not Only For MTM But Also For Other Publications (We're Happy For Him), RYAN SCOTT, Speaks With The President Of 80-20 Records, Michael Zimmerlich. July 20, 2016
Editor-At-Large Ryan Scott Interviews Local Film Buff
With The Year About Half Gone (And The Box Office Summer Season Nearly Concluded), Mr. Scott Sits Down With Local Film Buff A.M. Rogers For A Mid 2016 Film Recap. — July 6, 2016
The Modern Times Podcast With Special Guest Joe Lopez
On this episode of the Modern Times Podcast, John Guzzon talks with Joe Lopez about music, heavy metal and more things music. — June 27, 2016
The Modern Times Podcast On Arizona's water and Nestle's bottling plant
On this episode of the Modern Times Podcast, Ryan Scott, John Guzzon, and Karen Weil sit down to discuss Arizona's water and Nestle's bottling plant as well as Circus protests. — June 20, 2016
The Modern Times Podcast On Video Game Development
Interviewing staff from Phoenix-metro based Razor Edge Games about their upcoming release, Epocylipse the After Fall. — June 13, 2016
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