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Author: Mike Mangione

Time & The Mystery Podcast: Bishop Donald Hying

Anyone who has moved to a new city alone knows you need to think positive and have an open disposition. But what does it take to be alone in a new city and in charge as bishop? Feet firm on the ground, a head floating in the heavens, a heart in search of others, a sense of humor and apparently an appetite. Bishop Donald Hying talks about everything from not having faith to the Insane Clown Posse.

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Time & The Mystery Podcast: Matisyahu

When Matisyahu came onto the scene people took notice. A Hasidic Jew, dressed in a black suit, broad brim hat, beard and glasses, and singing reggae music will turn a few heads. But it was the quality of his music, reverence for his craft and sincerity for his faith that has sustained this international pop/reggae star for the past decade.

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Time & The Mystery Podcast: Bo Ramsey

We all have that person in our lives that exemplify the work we do. For Mike, that person is Bo Ramsey. Bo is sincere, honest, and musically pure. He is tone, he is style, he is taste, he is skill, he’s a man of few notes and fewer words. Bo is music and mystery.

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Time & The Mystery Podcast: Jeannie and Jim Gaffigan

What could possibly demand the attention of Jeannie and Jim Gaffigan more than their intensely busy career? Their marriage and family of course. Before a show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mike sat with the couple to discuss marriage, faith and the work that has made them one of the most beloved and successful couples in comedy.

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Time & The Mystery Podcast: A.J. Ellis

As a college baseball player, A.J Ellis never thought he would make it to the major leagues. When invited to play with the Los Angeles Dodgers, Ellis was both grateful and surprised. He knew he would have to work hard to make the most of his opportunity while remaining completely open to what baseball had in store for him.

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Time & The Mystery Podcast: Victor DeLorenzo

When Victor DeLorenzo began his artistic journey in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, it was to literally fill the shoes of budding actor Willem Dafoe. But when forming his band, The Violent Femmes, innovation, practicality, and mobility inspired Victor to forge new ground and develop the bare bones style of drumming that put he and the Femmes on the map.

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