In this special episode, Bradenton morning radio icon Henry Raines guest hosts the podcast to interview TBT editor and columnist Dennis Mitch Maley about his latest book, "Burn, Black Wall Street, Burn," a work of historical fiction regarding a 1921 race massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Episode 28: Tanya Shaw, Whistleblower
1:10:07Tanya Shaw is the Manatee County Code Enforcement officer that blew the whistle on a department scandal when she was asked by superiors to look the other way on violations on a Myakka City site that will be used for the Sarasota Medieval Fair. She sat down with TBT's Mitch Maley this week to tell the whole story, including the hostile environment that awaited when she returned to work.
The 941 Mixtape: Volume 2
44:51In the second episode of the 941 Mixtape, TBT's Mitch Maley introduces listeners to local music by Duane Betts, the Greg Billings Band, Dickie Betts & Great Southern, Kettle of Fish, and more.
The 941 Mixtape: Volume 1
54:52In this special edition of our podcast, TBT's Mitch Maley, Undine Shorey, and Dawn Kitterman play original music by top local acts, discuss the music scene and Undine's big move to Hollywood.
Episode 27: Sullivan Maley
1:15:27Sullivan Maley has been a copy editor and social media manager for the Times since 2017. In this special Father's Day edition of the podcast, he's interviewed by TBT editor Dennis Mitch Maley on what it was like to be a high school senior during COVID-19 and his feelings on the complicated world his generation will inherit.
Podcast 26: Mayor Judy Titsworth
43:40Holmes Beach Mayor Judy Titsworth drops by the studio to talk about the tension with the county over parking spots, island water quality concerns, and more.
Episode 25: Misty Servia
1:13:30In this week's episode, Manatee County Commissioner Misty Servia drops by the studio to talk about homelessness, traffic, growth & development, and other matters of local government.
Episode 24: Karen Carpenter
1:09:27Former Manatee School Board Chair Karen Carpenter drops by the TBT studio to talk about the challenges facing public education, the importance of being a civically engaged citizen, and other critical issues in our community and society at large.
Episode 23: Dennis Mitch Maley
1:24:10In this special episode, Bradenton morning radio icon Henry Raines guest hosts the podcast to interview TBT editor and columnist Dennis Mitch Maley about his latest book, "Burn, Black Wall Street, Burn," a work of historical fiction regarding a 1921 race massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Episode 22: Glen Gibellina
1:23:59Citizen activist Glen Gibellina is a fixture at local government meetings where he watchdogs city and county governments, advocating for veterans, affordable housing issues, and overall good governance. Glen sits down with TBT's Dennis Mitch Maley to discuss the importance of citizens engaging their government officials and what fights are currently on his radar.
Episode 21: Joe McClash
1:11:43TBT publisher and 22-year Manatee County Commissioner Joe McClash returns to the podcast to discuss mistakes made regarding Piney Point, the effort to expand the future development boundary, and other failures of government in Manatee County with Bradenton Times Editor in Chief Dennis "Mitch" Maley.