Jul 01, 2022
Top 50 Podcasts in America This Week: 90s Sitcom Reunion Show Skyrockets
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This week, we take a look at the podcasts topping the Apple charts.
Taking the top spot for the second week in a row is the The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley .
The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley covers the story of the fatal shooting of Bonny Lee Bakley, the wife of actor Robert Blake. Bonny’s life was a pursuit of love and fame and her untimely death in 2001 led to one of the most publicized trials in Hollywood history.
Following The Execution of Bonny Lee Bakley is The Daily, Dateline NBC, Crime Junkie, and Morbid.
An honorable mention comes in the form of the podcast ranked #6, Pod Meets World.
The podcast follows the cast of the hit 90’s sitcom, Boy Meets World, as they rewatch the show from the very beginning offering behind the scenes info and memories.
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Campbell community briefs for the week of Aug. 19
Advanced caregiving webinar
The Campbell-based Eating Disorders Resource Center is hosting an “Ask the Experts” webinar on Aug. 27, 9:30-11 a.m., when Dr. Liz Woodruff, a licensed clinical psychologist, will discuss “Supporting Your Loved One with Advanced Caregiving.” This free support group will address ways of facilitating healing for loved ones through emotional and behavioral coaching.
Woodruff specializes in the treatment of anxiety and depression, relationship difficulties, and body image and eating disorders. She is past president of a Sonoma County-based nonprofit organization called Eating Disorder Recovery Support, Inc.
To register for the webinar, visit https://edrcsv.org/get-help/support-groups. Participants can send questions for Woodruff to address in her discussion to [email protected]Creepy Crawly Halloween
The Downtown Campbell Business Association is holding its first Creepy Crawly Halloween event in three years on Oct. 30, 4-7 p.m., when two- and four-legged ghouls, goblins and superheroes can trick-or-treat at downtown businesses.
Organizers warn that the event draws quite a crowd and shouldn’t be thought of as a primary source of Halloween candy, but as more of a community-wide costume party. They also ask folks to take precautions with children or animals that don’t do well in crowds.
While they’re won’t be a costume contest this year, there will be plenty of chances for locals to see and be seen in their Halloween garb. Creepy Crawly Halloween photos can be tagged with #creepycrawlycampbell for social media purposes.
For more information, visit https://www.downtowncampbell.com/event/2022/10/creepy-crawly-halloween-trick-or-treat.