We're back, better late than never! Tune In to this weeks episode to hear us talk about: Diner food - America's hidden gem. A small “Thanksgiving” (movie) review. Housewife recap! - SLC seating chart, Atlanta casting, potential BH reboot. And more! Follow us on IG: @birdsofafeatherpod @thelindsayaguilera @kylo.rem_
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist celebrates December with two fabulous segments in the show. First, Craig Moxness aka Mrs. Moxie and Ryan Foley aka Mr. Moxie join the show to preview the Northfield Arts Guild show Christmas at the Rainbow Diner. Also, Pauline Jennings from the Arts Guild tells us about upcoming events. Then, Ethan Freier of the The Freier Department shares his musical story and […]
On this last day of NaNoWriMo, tune in to my chat with two NaNoWriMo winners. Jocelyn Cole and Sharon Nagel, better known as Juneau Black, join me in the Corner to chat about Twilight Falls, the 4th Shady Hollow mystery. Hear how the series began with finger puppets and the NaNoWriMo challenge. Learn how they write as a team. Find out what the best occupation is for a snake and where to get a Joe's Mug Coffee & Diner mug. Find Juneau Black at https://www.juneaublack.com/. Help the podcast! Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast app. Leave a 5-star rating or review. Web: https://thecozycornerwithalexiagordon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecozycornerpodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcast_cozy/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/alexia_gordon/the-cozy-corner-with-alexia-gordon-podcast/ Find me, your podcast host, at: Web https://alexiagordon.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlexiaGordon.writer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexiagordonauthor/ Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/alexiagordon/poc2pov
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ROZALÉN – Lo Tengo Claro SHEGO – Amigos Nuevos BALA - Prisas THE JAPANESE HOUSE - Super Trouper MISO EXTRA - Constant Surprises SLEAFORD MODS - Pet Shop Boys remix of Mods West End Girls VENTURI – La Noria BIZNAGA – Contra Mi Generación BILLY FLAMINGOS - Estanque euforia (David Van Bylen Remix) BULEGO ft EDE - Ez Nintzen Ni Izango (Esa No Sería Yo) SIENNA – Esto No Es El Cielo CELIA BECKS – Soy La Loba ELLA EYRE - Head In The Ground BJORK - Oral (ft. Rosalía) VIVA SUECIA & VALERIA CASTRO – Hablar de nada JUNGLE – Bonnie Hill CRYSTAL FIGHTERS – Multiverse SILVANA ESTRADA - Tom's Diner Escuchar audio
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Today it's my great pleasure to welcome publisher of The Deadlands, Sean Markey, to the show! Sean talks us through the inception of the magazine, what it's like being a publisher, and where both the magazine and his press, Psychopomp, is going next! Things we mention in this episode: Elise Catherine Tobler Laura Blackwell Story Hour Psychopomp Shimmer Beth Wodzinski Quaker Spec Fic issue “Refuse All Their Colors,” by Annalee Flower Horne A Voice Calling, by Christopher Barzak Martha Wells episode Meg Elison Maria Haskins Vanessa Maki Avra Margariti A.R. Arthur Ancillary Sword, by Ann Leckie “The Dead Boy Inside Me,” by Angel Leal Clarkesworld C.C. Finlay F&SF Strange Horizons Chuck Tingle Sarah Gailey Fireside The Deadlands Patreon Psychopomp store Diablo 4 “Ultraviolet,” by Spiritbox (and on Bandcamp) “Peristalsis,” by Vajra Chandrasekera Rakesfall, by Vajra Chandrasekera “The Long Way Up,” by Alix E. Harrow “Death is a Diner at 3:00 a.m.” by A.C. Wise Psychopomp twitter and bluesky The Deadlands twitter and bluesky Shimmer's twitter
Comedian Lindsey Shaw tells the story of ending up at Clark's Diner after last call and hiring a beggar to protect her from some angry drunk customer. Lindsey, CJ and Sean share some stories about how crazy Clark's Diner was and how none of the current places seem to match that chaos. Lindsey shares how her protector, who had no shoes on, just got out of jail and this leads to a conversation about spending time in jail. We share stories about local judges who assign creative punishments rather than forcing people to spend time in jail and share a few personal stories about getting out of (or in) jail.
The play “Clyde's” is about formerly incarcerated staff at a truckstop diner. We talk about the collaboration between a Madison theater company and a nonprofit helping people in the criminal justice system. Then, indie musician Dessa joins us to talk about her new album and Wisconsin ties.
We're back for Episode 118! In this episode Cody and Eric catch up on the news + Battle Of The Systems: Diner (INTV), Fast Food (2600), Food Fight (Atari 7800) We are doing news for the first monthly episode and then "catching up" later in the month. Episode Guide ---------------- 6:42 - Quick Questions 21:42 - Patreon Song 37:40 - Tea Time With Tim - C64 bargain hunting 57:46 - News 1:52:48 - Battle Of The Systems: Diner (INTV), Fast Food (2600), Food Fight (Atari 7800) News - Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/were-getting-a-full-size-amiga-console-in-2024 Tim – New port of Burger Time for C64. Faithful port of the arcade version comes to the C64 via Arlasoft on Itch.io. This port is free to download but as always please donate a few bucks to keep the cool ports and original games flowing. https://arlagames.itch.io/burger-time Eric – New ZX Spectrum 128K game – Chispy https://xavisan.itch.io/chispy Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/dark-chambers-joins-the-atari-xp-line-just-in-time-for-the-2600plus Cody – Quick Evercade Update https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/blaze-reveals-release-dates-for-final-evercade-carts-of-2023 Tim – For all you Sam Coupe owners out there. Colin from samcoupe.com (@QuazarSamCoupe on X) has Version 1.2 of the Trinity Ethernet Interface now available for the SAM Coupe offering double the speed of SD card mass storage compared to earlier versions. You can also get an upgrade to your existing Trinity ROM from Colin if you email direct by going to his website. Colin also has new releases of original Sam games that he holds the licenses for and publishing new physical versions for you to add to your Sam collection. https://www.samcoupe.com/hardtrin.htm Eric - Crystal Clear HDMI For The Commodore 64 In 60 Seconds https://youtu.be/SBgo8oGFung?si=CuvrJK0OAd0XYqzA Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/steam-deck-gets-switch-style-oled-upgrade Tim - *From timeextension.com* Anbernic's $70 RG ARC Handheld Looks Like A Sega Saturn Pad! Anbernic has just teased a new handheld emulation device that appears to be modelled after the iconic Sega Saturn controller – right down to the rolling D-pad and button layout. It looks like it will be available in four colours across two variants. The RG ARC-D will dual-boot into Android and Linux OS, while the RG ARC-S will only offer Linux. https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/anbernics-usd70-rg-arc-handheld-looks-like-a-sega-saturn-pad Eric - SPGP Super Polygon Grand Prix on Steam https://store.steampowered.com/app/2459860/SPGP_Super_Polygon_Grand_Prix/ Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/dangan-gb-2-is-an-awesome-bullet-hell-made-for-the-game-boy-colors-25th-anniversary Tim – New preview video has just dropped for Sarah Jane Avory - Briley Witch Chronicles 2, a new RPG coming soon for the Commodore 64, PAL and NTSC. Briley Witch Chronicles 2 is based on books 5 and 6 of the Briley Witch novels: The Fallen Witch, and Grey Waters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sez0cDhkCRc Cody- https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/10/unreleased-snes-platformer-mr-tuff-finally-goes-on-sale-28-years-later Eric - One of the best shoot 'em ups ever just arrived on Steam | Rock Paper Shotgun https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/one-of-the-best-shoot-em-ups-ever-just-arrived-on-steam Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/indie-action-puzzler-petal-crash-is-getting-a-new-port-for-the-neo-geo Eric – One step forward, two back – Atari Jacket for NFT owners only... https://decrypt.co/203986/atari-revives-retro-members-only-jackets-nft-collectors Cody – More Atari Madness - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/10/atari-is-buying-digital-eclipse Cody - https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/11/dark-chambers-joins-the-atari-xp-line-just-in-time-for-the-2600plus Cody - https://retrododo.com/zelda-movie/ Eric – Super Mario RPG is out this month! And you won't believe the price!!!! https://www.nintendo.com/us/store/products/super-mario-rpg-switch/ Cody – NEWS OF THE WEIRD https://www.timeextension.com/news/2023/10/random-theyll-smell-you-coming-with-this-metal-gear-solid-cologne Please give us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks for listening! You can always reach us at email@example.com. Send us an email if we missed anything in the show notes you need. You can now support us on Patreon. Thank you to Henrik Ladefoged, Roy Fielding, Matthew Ackerman, Josh Malone, Daniel James, 10MARC, Eric Sandgren, Brian Arsenault, Retro Gamer Nation, Maciej Sosnowski, Paradroyd, RAM OK ROM OK, Mitsoyama, David Vincent, Ant Stiller, Mr. Toast, Jason Holland, Mark Scott, Vicky Lamburn, Mark Richardson, Scott Partelow, Paul Jacobson, Steve Rasmussen, and Adam from Commodore Chronicles for making this show possible through their generous donation to the show. Support our sponsor Retro Rewind for all of your Commodore needs! Use our page at https://retrorewind.ca/pixelgaiden and our discount code PG10 for 10%
We're back for Episode 118! News Notes Here: https://pixelgaiden.podbean.com/e/episode-118-bargain-hunting-with-tim-battle-of-the-systems-diner-vs-food-fight-vs-fast-food/ In this episode Cody and Eric catch up on the news + Battle Of The Systems: Diner (INTV), Fast Food (2600), Food Fight (Atari 7800) We are doing news for the first monthly episode and then "catching up" later in the month. Episode Guide ---------------- 6:42 - Quick Questions 21:42 - Patreon Song 37:40 - Tea Time With Tim - C64 bargain hunting 57:46 - News 1:52:48 - Battle Of The Systems: Diner (INTV), Fast Food (2600), Food Fight (Atari 7800) Please give us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks for listening! You can always reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us an email if we missed anything in the show notes you need. You can now support us on Patreon. Thank you to Henrik Ladefoged, Roy Fielding, Matthew Ackerman, Josh Malone, Daniel James, 10MARC, Eric Sandgren, Brian Arsenault, Retro Gamer Nation, Maciej Sosnowski, Paradroyd, RAM OK ROM OK, Mitsoyama, David Vincent, Ant Stiller, Mr. Toast, Jason Holland, Mark Scott, Vicky Lamburn, Mark Richardson, Scott Partelow, Paul Jacobson, Steve Rasmussen, and Adam from Commodore Chronicles for making this show possible through their generous donation to the show. Support our sponsor Retro Rewind for all of your Commodore needs! Use our page at https://retrorewind.ca/pixelgaiden and our discount code PG10 for 10% --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/amigospodcast/message
Subscribe: instagram.com/yulianadj soundcloud.com/yulianadj Download this mix: promodj.com/yulianadj 01. Gala - Freed From Desire (Yuliana & DJ Hepri Afro Remix) 02. Tayllor - My Neck, My Back (Lick It) 03. Analog Sol - Calypso Nights 04. Ricardo Criollo House - Tambores De San Juan 05. Anouket - Kanu 06. DJ Hepri - Amore 07. Massianello, David Eusse, SAINTF - Party De Favela 08. Markin, Mari MaLe - I See 09. Illusionize, Silver Panda, Emy Perez - Sully 10. Paride Saraceni, Corva (ARG) - Four To The Floor 11. Andrew Dum, Laura Musuroaea, Outwork - Elektro 12. SparroX - Psychdelia 13. Matan Caspi - The Roar 14. Andrew Dum - Love Don't Let Me Go 15. Axwell - Watch The Sunrise (Andor Gabriel Remix) 16. Dulus - Tom's Diner
A few years ago Tom Messina made a deal to sell off his iconic East Colfax building — then known as Tom's Diner — and ride off into the sunset. But historic preservation got in the way of his retirement plans. The business reopened a little over a year ago as Tom's Starlight, but it looks as if Tom is thinking about retirement again. Who will take on the stewardship of this Denver institution and take on the lease? Host Bree Davies, producer Paul Karolyi, and newsletter editor Peyton Garcia dig into the Colfax drama, along with the prickly story of a Colorado food influencer whose rabid — and sometimes aggressive — fans even got the New York Times' attention. Plus, our recommendations for fun stuff to do this weekend. Our picks for your weekend: Cat Fest at the National Western Center South Pearl Street Farmers Market Get in the standby line for “I.S.S” at the Denver Film Fest's closing night. Or just hit the after party at Meow Wolf. For even more news from around the city, subscribe to our morning newsletter Hey Denver at denver.citycast.fm. Follow us on Instagram: @citycastdenver Chat with other listeners on reddit: r/CityCastDenver What do you think? Text or leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: 720-500-5418 Learn more about the sponsors of this episode: The Ednium Podcast “Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella” at the Arvada Center Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show we found Beefwater hiding out with tickets to the Foo Fighters at a Diner in Beaverton, OR. We also talked about the embarrassing things that we have in our homes and we learned that more people smoke weed than smoke cigs!
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Now we're getting somewhere! Sharai and Joe are cautiously optimistic about the developments in "Diner" as Black Summer begins to invest in its characters. Sure these dumb-dumbs don't understand head shots and at least one new character is a big ole'racist/misogynist, but at least they're characters!Connect with your co-hosts:> Show handle: @YouShould_Watch> Sharai: @Misssharai> Joe: @bstolemyremoteIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Music Credit: Kyle Preston - Shadow Movements Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We carry lots of things in our wallet…but very little cash these days. (yes it's a trend) Pull yours out of that pants pocket and let's look at what you should and should not have in there. References to Capital One, Diner's Club and Amazon were not paid endorsements and only for reference and personal experience. The credit card 18-in-1 tool kit from Amazon mentioned: CLICK HERE FOR AMAZON. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/stcurbcuriosity/support
Listen Now to 37 Future Now Show We saw the most amazing sunset this last week, setting the tone for today’s show. There’s a place off of Skyline where you are above the clouds, looking out across a peaceful wispy world, as the sun descends into the Pacific..mmm… Meanwhile Apple has announced their latest and greatest Apple silicon at their “Scarey Fast” event, and our very own Taylor Barcroft brings us up to speed. Lots of space news this week, with Jeff Bezos revealing his lunar lander, embryos on the ISS, and green living paint to revivify the Martian atmosphere. And lots of AI evolution, from new video editing tools to Peter Diamandis’s personal AI clone, available to you for querying! We also have a Tesla diner being constructed in Beverly Hills, combining fast food dining with charging. Plus the latest from Swami Beyondananda with Jim Rough on creating a collaboratively wise democracy for us all, something that could make a major difference in our quality of life. Enjoy! Tesla diner being built in Beverly Hills
Over the past couple of years, Emily Drinker has released a full length album, played at Firefly and the Philadelphia Folk Festival, and opened for artists like Pat Benatar and JD Souther, and along with her band and housemates has brought the Philly music community together with a festival thrown in her backyard called CINNAMiN Fest. Her soulful folk pop goes down smooth whether she's performing with her powerhouse band the Funky T or in a more intimate format incorporating live looping, Emily is an artist who has found a way to do what she does using every weapon in her considerable arsenal.She is someone I personally consider a top-shelf vocalist and she has had some incredible and unusual experiences in her travels as a working musician. She's also happens to be so much of a regular at Bob's Diner in Roxborough that they know to save a corn muffin for her anytime she stops in.I hope you enjoy my wonderful conversation with Emily at Bob's Diner.. where they offer a monumental eating experience!
I recently met up with my friend and fellow songwriter Brian Seymour at the Blue Jay Restaurant at 29th and Girard in north Philadelphia, where we encountered a charming, cash-only gem of a restaurant (tax evasion anyone?), run by a kindly Greek couple, who clearly have a deep history there. From the vintage booths, to the timeworn handwritten menu hung clothesline-style behind the counter, the Blue Jay was a veritable time capsule, as charming as your great aunt's Hummel collection. Brian and I chatted about all kinds of topics - how times have changed since his days in the early 2000's singer-songwriter scene, when he would regularly play in coveted venues up and down the east coast (Berlin Under A in New York, Club Passim in Boston), fly out to LA to do shows and rub elbows with artists like Grace Potter, and become a mainstay at long-gone Philly venues like the Tin Angel and the North Star Bar (both places I knew and loved as well). Now in the post-pandemic world of 2023, Brian has a brilliant new record called "American Courage" and has jumped back into the fray with a killer collection of songs and a different outlook on his methods and motivations for sharing his considerable gifts.I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!
Thank you for tuning in to Episode 265 of the Down Cellar Studio Podcast. Full show notes with photos can be found on my website. This week's segments included: Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Brainstorming In my Travels KAL News Events Contest, News & Notes Life in Focus Ask Me Anything On a Happy Note Quote of the Week Thank you to this episode's sponsors: Imagined Landscapes, Cniotáil Láimhe Designs on Ravelry & Buxom Cat Knits Off the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Mom's 2023 Rhinebeck Sweater Pattern: Carbeth Cardigan by Kate Davies (~$8 knitting pattern available on Ravelry & this website) Needles: US 7 (4.5 mm) for the ribbing and US 9 (5.5 mm) for the body Yarn: Sweitzer Fiber Mill mystery yarn purchased at Maryland Sheep & Wool 2023 My Ravelry Project Page Sneaky Pumpkins (& their Ghost friends) Yarn: Worsted Weight Acrylic (various) in white, orange and brown. Hook: C (2.75 mm) Pattern: Cute Halloween Decorations by Laura Sillar (~$3.85 US Crochet pattern) available on Ravelry Safety Eyes from 6060 on Etsy. Ravelry Project Page About this Project: I saw this on Instagram and knew I had to make them because "sneaky pumpkins" is a running joke for Liz, Riley and me. You'll find shots of sneaky pumpkins all through our Rhinebeck weekend videos on Youtube- Part 1 (Indie Untangled) and Part 2 (Rhinebeck). I made 3 sets, one for each of us. On the Needles, Hook or Bobbins Liz's Socks Yarn: Area 51 Fibres Sturdy Alien Base ( n the (80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon) in the National Periodic Table Day Colorway (self striping with rainbow and gray) Needles: US 1.5 (2.5 mm) Pattern: OMG Heel Socks by Megan Williams ($5 knitting pattern available on Ravelry ) Ravelry Project Page Progress- I finished the first sock in Vegas and half of the second sock at Rhinebeck. I'm beyond the heel on sock #2 now. Christmas Stockings Pattern: Christmas Stockings to Knit and Crochet from Family Circle Magazine. Available in this web archive link. I've also saved it to my podcast Gmail Google Drive in case it disappears! web.archive.org-Christmas Stockings to Knit and Crochet from Our Archives.pdf Yarn: Red Heart Super Saver in Cherry Red, Hunter Green and White Hook: G (4.0 mm) I thought I had 3 to make before Thanksgiving, but it's really only two which is a huge relief. Progress: The front & back of one stocking is done. I finished the foot shaping on the both sides of the stocking. Let the Mystery Unravel 2023 Blanket of Calm Pattern: Blanket of Calm by Casapinka (free crochet pattern) Yarn: Woolen Women Fibers- Let the Mystery Unravel subscription + Cascade Heritage Hook: 3.25 mm (D) Ravelry Project Page Check out the October Unboxing video Progress: Riley helped me complete the 9 squares for October. I've single crocheted them together and started the border. Brainstorming Samples & patterns we found at Rhinebeck: Mini Mock Neck Tank by Jessie Maed Designs ($9 knitting pattern available on Ravelry). The Traveler by Andrea Mowry ($9 knitting pattern available on Ravelry & the Drea Renee Knits website) PhD Candidate Sweater by Hannah Mann (free knitting pattern available on Ravelry) In My Travels Las Vegas We attended the BOSS Reseller Remix Event hosted at the Blind Center of Nevada FearLESS Living Fund: find all of our links to social media etc on this linktree. We ran a silent auction and raised over $6k Gave away the first two awards to Blind Center Clients. Video will be available soon. Rhinebeck with Mom, Liz and Riley Friday- we grabbed lunch then headed to Indie Untangled for the last spot of the day. We got an AirBnB in Hudson that was adorable. Saturday we arrived at the Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck around 11a. We shopped until 2p meet-up. It was sS lovely seeing/meeting so many of you! We chatted for awhile- longer than Riley would have liked, I'm sure! See the video for candid reactions! Then we shopped until they closed. Saturday night we had dinner at a lovely little place in Hudson - the Grazin' Diner. Sunday morning we shopped with Lauren and her boyfriend Pete, then checked out the animal barns, bought more stuff! I bought nearly all of the things on my "to purchase" list. Check out Part 1 (Indie Untangled) and Part 2 (Rhinebeck) videos on the Down Cellar Studio YouTube Channel. KAL News Pigskin Party '23 #DCSPigskinParty23 Official Rules Find everything you need on my website or in the Start Here Thread in the Ravelry Group Register using this Google Form (you must be Registered to be eligible for prizes) Enter your projects using the Point Tally Form Find the full list of Sponsors in this Google Doc. Coupon Codes are listed in this Google Doc & in this Ravelry Thread Exclusive Items from our Pro Shop Sponsors are listed in this Ravelry Thread Questions- ask them in this Ravelry Thread or email Jen at downcellarstudio @ gmail.com Commentator Updates- tune in to hear more. I talked about the following- these are all RAVELRY project pages: Joseybug has been cranking out some Sagamore flyover hats Estherwy recently finished a beautiful tessalated vest. Laaleebee recently finished the Rhinebeck Doodle cowl Stats 525 Participants Of those, 323 with Points Average of those with points 552 Points Highest: 4332 & Lowest: 10 Blitzes 52 Top 3 players: 1) foryouandyarn (4332 points) 2) Pebblesgirlcraft (3839 points), 3) mostlymunchies (3626 points) Top Conference: LFC Top Team: #7 Garter Guards 21,8356 Quarter 2 Challenge: Embrace Nature brought to you by our Official Sponsor of the Quarter Bella Fio. Runs 11/1-11/30/23. Full details can be found in this Google Doc and in this Ravelry Thread. WIPs Challenge- starting 11/10. Stay tuned for more details. Contest, News & Notes My cousin Linda's friend is looking for warm handknit/crocheted items for adult and youth homeless in Massachusetts. They set up tables on Thanksgiving and put all of the handmade items on the fence outside their church in Woburn center. Calling for all makers who want to donate. PM me on Ravelry or email me at downcellarstudio at gmail.com and I'll give you the address to send them to. Any fiber type welcome. Hats, scarves, mitts, shawls, blankets. Anything warm is welcome! Life in Focus Mom's October scans showed no changes! Cancer is stable at this time. She goes back again for scans in January! Ask Me Anything Shana asked about any recent Savers adventures. Tune in for a story that's more of a misadventure (spoiler alert- all ends well) On a Happy Note Vegas- pool day with sharks in the tank & dressing as the Sanderson sisters for the Gala. Rhinebeck weekend. Great time with Mom, Liz and Riley. Liz did 100% of the driving and it saved me! I am so grateful. The 4 of us just got along so well and had so much fun. 2p meet-up. So many compliments on my sweaters- both Sat and Sun. Everyone loved Mom's sweater too. Found buttons for her on Saturday. Sing-a-long on the drive home from Rhinebeck. Liz found Mom's favorite blow up seat cushion when she dropped her fidget spinner under the seat and had to retrieve it! Laura (lauraknitspa) brought her Abington Mitts to show me (Ravelry Project Page link) I got to see our youngest niece and nephew- Gabriella & Zach when Dan and Oisin were over at their house putting in a new shed. We watched a Curious George Halloween Special that Gabriella was dying to show me, had a snack and read books in their tent before I had to go. Dan & I attended a Clue (movie based on the board game) Party as Miss Scarlet & Mr. Green. After striking out at the thrift stores, I bought a dress on Amazon that was more perfect than I realized. Thanks to Mom, I had the perfect costume jewelry. Dan brought all sorts of props from home for the "weapons." Fun was had by all. Quote of the Week Daily life may seem trivial and routine, but in fact it contains a multitude of incidents, at once rich, expansive, and touching. –YU HUA ------ Contact Information: Check out the Down Cellar Studio Patreon! Ravelry: BostonJen & Down Cellar Studio Podcast Ravelry Group Instagram: BostonJen1 YouTube: Down Cellar Studio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/downcellarstudio Sign up for my email newsletter to get the latest on everything happening in the Down Cellar Studio Check out my Down Cellar Studio YouTube Channel Knit Picks Affiliate Link Bookshop Affiliate Link Yarnable Subscription Box Affiliate Link Music -"Soft Orange Glow" by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/ Note: Some links are listed as Amazon Affiliate Links. 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We all agree, it's not the most memorable episode. It's a SORE subject when we discuss the changing of the street names. Emily and Richard do have some good moments. But, come on...Richard isn't the snooping type. (But, hey Emily, you should have looked under those tootsie rolls.) And, let's talk about that Birkin Bag. Whether you love this episode or not, it's all worth it to see Richard at Lorelai's door with the Doll House.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this brand new Whisper in the Wings from Stage Whisper, we welcomed back playwright/producer/performer Rob Asaro, and welcomed on performers Mikayla Sherfy and Helen Hood, to discuss their new work, Night at the Diner. We were so excited to be talking with these great artists about this fun and human show! So be sure to tune in to this great conversation.Night at the DinerNovember 4th- 15th@ The TankTickets and more information can be found at thetanknyc.orgAnd be sure to follow our guests to stay up to date on all their upcoming projects and productions:Mikayla: @aperfectmouseHelen: @helenchoodRob: @robasaroshow and robasaroshow.com
The Inflatable Falcon hosts Ken and John delve into the Star Wars universe's lesser-explored corners, offering speculative takes on what might have happened to Anakin's childhood friends and Padme's Captain Panaka after ‘The Phantom Menace.' The duo also discusses the intriguing lore behind elements like Jawa Juice and Dexter's Diner, while sharing their recent experiences with Star Wars audiobooks and "trooping" activities.
Qu'il décide de préparer un délicieux dîner pour ses amis ou qu'il croise son reflet dans un miroir, rien ne se passe jamais comme prévu pour Prosper ! Les aventures pleines d'humour et de tendresse d'un drôle d'hippopotame toujours dans la lune. Albin Michel Jeunesse, en partenariat avec RTL, ouvre sa grande bibliothèque. Dans cet épisode, nous vous proposons "Prosper et Compagnie" de Francesco Pittau et Bérangère Delaporte. L'histoire est lue par Caroline Delboulbe bibliothécaire jeunesse à la médiathèque Françoise Sagan à Paris (10).
Episode Summary:Prepare for an episode that tantalizes your taste buds and sparks your curiosity as Bunchu and Chamber, the engaging hosts of Mid Mic Crisis, guide you through the world of "American and Canadian Fast Food." With their signature twist of trivia questions adding an element of fun, the hosts create an entertaining and insightful conversation that keeps you engaged from start to finish.The episode kicks off with a savory update on the "Crypto Market." Bunchu and Chamber delve into the latest happenings in the cryptocurrency world, offering listeners a taste of the ever-changing landscape of digital assets.Listeners are in for a tantalizing treat as the hosts share a sneak peek of the "Billionaire Draft on Friday's show." The anticipation for this unique concept adds a layer of excitement to the episode, setting the stage for intriguing discussions about the world's wealthiest individuals.The fast-food front takes center stage as the hosts discuss the eagerly awaited news of "Chick-Fil-A coming to Canada." They explore the excitement and impact of this popular American chain expanding into Canadian territory, raising questions about cultural adaptation and consumer preferences.In a candid and humorous segment, Bunchu recounts his one-day stint at Wendy's, providing a behind-the-scenes glimpse of life behind the counter and sharing anecdotes that shed light on the fast-food industry.The hosts delve into a tantalizing debate as they ponder, "Is Carl's Jr good?" They engage in a friendly discussion about the merits of this fast-food giant, offering personal opinions and insights into the franchise's offerings.Foodies and fast-food enthusiasts will find their appetites piqued as the hosts debate the pressing question: "Who has the best Chicken Sandwich?" Bunchu and Chamber dive into the intense battle of chicken sandwiches, weighing the pros and cons of popular contenders.The episode takes a culinary journey as the hosts explore "Canadian Fast Food Chains." Bunchu and Chamber introduce listeners to the unique flavors and offerings of Canadian fast food, showcasing the diversity and appeal of these northern counterparts to American classics.Listeners are treated to a revelation about "New Jersey being the Diner capital." Bunchu and Chamber explore the rich tradition of diners in the Garden State, offering a glimpse into the nostalgia and culture that diners bring to American dining.Finally, the hosts add a playful twist with a "Would You Rather: Fast Food Edition" segment, presenting intriguing and often comical dilemmas for participants to consider, adding a delightful layer of fun to the episode."American and Canadian Fast Food" on Mid Mic Crisis is an episode that combines culinary exploration, fast-food fandom, and a dash of cryptocurrency insight. Bunchu and Chamber lead you through a diverse range of captivating and mouthwatering topics, ensuring that you'll be both entertained and informed from start to finish. Tune in, join the conversation, and be prepared for a delightful journey through the flavors of fast food and the world of wealth.Check out the uncut Twitter SpacesPowered by @dGenNetworkWebsite: https://dgen.network/Follow us on Twitter:dGEN Network: https://twitter.com/dGenNetworkMMC Twitter: https://twitter.com/MidMicCrisisSupport the show
It's Hoooommmeeecoming! You favorite podcast is back with a special homecoming episode and podcast favorites Tip and Modd join Boobie on the pod couch! In this episode they guys discuss what homecoming means, is Diner en Blanc just an upscale Rent 'Em Spoons, how many oysters are you ordering on the first date, Jada vs. Will, do women lost options after the age of 35, is rap losing its quality as an art form, and a few tips for Homecoming Szn. Tap in!
There are some artists who make a career of changing their musical styles between albums. They took risks to remain artistically relevant or just because they don't want to repeat themselves. David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Wilco, The Beatles, John Cale, XTC are all examples…..a ton of others could be nominated. Let's talk about Suzanne Vega. Welcome to episode 170 of Love That Album podcast. From the mid-80s, Suzanne Vega had recorded some great records featuring songs that sounded like a mix of old school folk and polished pop. She wrote songs of domestic abuse, changes in her personal life, love lost, and her favourite coffee shop in NYC. Then after the unexpected success of a couple of producers remixing her “coffee shop” song, “Tom's Diner”, she wanted to explore other options to how her recorded music would sound. She chose the exciting producer of the moment, Mitchell Froom, to help her record something that would sound different to previous albums, and the result was “99.9F” released in 1992. Her personal style of songwriting hadn't altered, but it's the arrangements and the production that make this album sound a world away from the debut eponymous album released just a few years earlier. I'm joined by two new guests to discuss this album and a bunch of peripheral subjects. First up is Eric Senich, host of the terrific Booked On Rock podcast – dedicated to the discussion of music books with authors. I'm also joined by the wonderful author, Lisa Torem, who has released 3 books in the On Track series of books – the latest one being on the discography of Suzanne Vega. Together, we look through the themes of 99.9F, how it changed from the sound of her earlier records, determining if the art is in the songwriting or the recording, and whether one temperature scale is more erotic than another. My gratitude to Lisa and Eric for being such wonderful guests, and look forward to having them on the show again. You can go through Eric's podcast back catalogue at https://www.bookedonrock.com/ or you can subscribe on all the usual podcast platforms – perfect for deciding what your next music book should be. You can pick up a copy of any of Lisa's On Track books in which she analyses the songcraft of the discography of Billy Joel, Tori Amos, and Suzanne Vega from either Amazon or at https://burningshed.com/index.php?route=product/search&filter_name=lisa%20torem&filter_sub_category=true She's working on a website which is not quite active yet, but keep checking at lisatorem.com Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at email@example.com (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum I'm also on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lovethatalbumpodcast/ Proudly Pantheon. You can download episode 170 from here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's the return of Dave After Dark: New Orleans edition as Dave records from Louisiana and gets into traveling with Chris Ying to the Big Easy. He kicks off the episode by naming the three dishes he must eat every time he visits New Orleans. Dave and Chris then recount a story of eating at a restaurant and overhearing possibly the worst type of diner on the planet; and they discuss why Dave wants to meet more of these types of people. The week's Pro Football Food Weekly gets into the matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Jacksonville Jaguars, but New Orleans's robust representation in the five Ss proves far too much for the humble offerings of northeastern Florida. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producers: Victoria Valencia and Euno Lee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Both Chimps are in Chicago! Nearly a year ago, Hall came out with a bleeding soul and broken spirit and they recorded the podcast in a diner. He's back but far better but it seems the tables have turned (at least with HIMMEL enjoying a few Bloody Marys at breakfast). Oh. And Israel.
SEASON TWO FINALE! Devin returns from his months-long camping trip! Lots of laughs this episode as the boys cover a wide range of topics, including: Busboy Steve (@ceoofmaryland on Tik Tok) recaps his cruise (and we see Steve was right! Covid was caught!); an airplane has to land due to a passengers stinky problem; Steve shares an embarrassing "sharting" story and runs around Ellicott City with no underwear; Jordan has never sharted; Devin's friend has trouble in a grocery store; a spider bite can have an "uplifting" effect on men; Paris is lousy with bed bugs; Steve hates all kinds of bugs; Devin dealt with a freaky spider; teams that do not end in "s"; and 100 skills every man should know. Plus LOTS MORE!SEASON 3 COMING SOON!Support the show Thanks for listening! Steve's Diner Podcast on YouTube! https://youtube.com/@StevesDinerPodcast Carmela's Cucina in Cambridge, MD: https://www.facebook.com/CarmelasCucina?ref=hl Merch Now Available! https://www.bonfire.com/store/steves-diner-podcast/ Follow Steve's Diner Podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Tik Tok: @stevesdinerpodcast Follow "Busboy" Steve on Tik Tok: @ceoofmaryland For Audio Projects: @DevinAudio Intro song by richportercrew. Look for them on Fiverr (app). Great to work with! Guitar music by the legend, Tom Lagana: http://www.tomlagana.net
Finding that secret sauce can lead to success, but it's not always easy to find. In this episode of the Class E Podcast, we talked with Chris Sexton, founder of the barbecue catering company, Sexton's Smoke-N-Grill. From learning countless lessons in the Greenville Starts program to dealing with personal health concerns, Sexton discusses the future of his company, how he has become more appreciative of his skills, and the importance of keeping priorities straight as an entrepreneur. Guest: Chris Sexton Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sextonsmokingrill Host: Mary Sturgill Producer: Isabella Martinez '24 TRANSCRIPT: MARY: Hi there, everyone. Welcome to this episode of the Class E Podcast. You know, this is the podcast that is brought to you through a partnership between the Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Communication Studies Department here at Furman University. Today's episode is part of the everyday entrepreneur series in which we talk to entrepreneurs who have graduated from our GVL Starts program. And the reason that we're doing that is we want you to hear their stories and be inspired by them wherever they are in the process of their venture. So today we have a very special guest, Chris Sexton, who is the owner of Sexton Smoke-N-Grill, and a new venture that he's calling Mr. Sauce It Up. Chris, welcome to the show. CHRIS: Thank you for having me. Thank you for having me. MARY: Chris, I'm so happy that you were able to join us today because one - I'm gonna look right into the camera for the YouTube people - Chris' food is amazing. Now when I was in, you know, I was a broadcaster for 20 years, and when I was in Texas, the broadcasters and you know different people in the community, they call us celebrities or whatever, but we had to judge barbecue competitions. So I've judged many a barbecue competition in my life. And Chris' is by far the best of any that I have done and it all boils down to the sauce, which I imagine is where the Mr. Sauce It Up came from. CHRIS: That is exactly where Mr. Sauce came from. I've created a new sauce using fruit, alcohol, and just a wide imagination to come up with different sauces. We've got about 10 to 15 sauces that we do. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: All incorporating fruits and alcohol like I said. Like you can take Hennessy bourbon… MARY: Don't give your whole secret away. CHRIS: No, everything's not coming, but we've got great stuff coming. MARY: We don't want people to copy it. And you will want to once you taste this, you'll want to try to redo this at home. Tell us about how you got started with this. Because you're in finance. CHRIS: I'm in finance. So to be honest with you, from working in finance, I've always had a passion for cooking. I started cooking when I was like 14 years old working at a little restaurant in Greer with legendary Peggy Davis. She owns Peggy's Diner in Greer. Started working with her, handing out trays… and I kind of fell in love with that whole environment of cooking, creating. Did that all the way through high school… worked at McDonald's. But the sauce and the cooking came from truly talking on the phone with a guy from Mississippi on the phone about a car deal. MARY: Oh, wow. CHRIS: And he asked me what I was doing for Thanksgiving. I told him I was going to try fried turkey. He said you need to smoke it. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And that day, I smoked a duck, a turkey and a…a duck, a turkey, and a Boston butt. MARY: Wow. CHRIS: And they all came out great. MARY: Yeah. On your first time. CHRIS: On my first time, it came out great. Not perfect, but great. MARY: Right. CHRIS: But it was addictive. It was like it was something that…it's what I needed at that point in time to slow me down and give me some perspective. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And from there it's just kind of bloomed and grown from there. MARY: Yeah. What inspired you? Was it just the conversation with him or have you always… I mean, you've kind of always been a little a foodie. CHRIS: A foodie. MARY: I mean, I consider you a foodie. CHRIS: So what really inspired me is the process. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I fell in love with it. And I'm a person that loves serving people. So getting to feed people, seeing smiles on their face, people honestly patting your back saying this is the best barbecue I've ever had. MARY: And there are some smiles when they eat your stuff. CHRIS: And it's encouraging. So the sauce idea actually came… I made a dish, not gonna say what dish it is, and my mom tried it and when she got done, she says “man, this would be good on some chicken wings.” MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And so me being who I am, it took me like three years… I sat there and thought about it and one day while I was at work, all my great ideas come on the clock… So I was sitting there one day and I'm like bingo. I figured out how to do it, I tried it, and I kind of took it off from there. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And that's… the biggest thing about my barbecue is it's different. MARY: Yeah. It totally is. CHRIS: And I refuse to do what everybody else does. And my goal with my business is to create a new space in a traditional market. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: When you go to restaurants and you go places… that's the other thing that inspired me…I'm tired of eating vinegar based, tomato based, mustard based barbecue sauces. You know, I want something different and so that's what we've done. MARY: So you have…how many sauces did you say now? CHRIS: Got around 10 or 15 sauces. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: The newest…the newest sauce that I'm working on would be a Carolina white sauce. Carolina is known for that fruit flavor for peaches and things of that nature. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So imagine taking your traditional yum yum sauce mixed in with a little bit of fruit. MARY: Oh yeah. CHRIS: And we're working on that and actually combining the smoked brisket and pulled pork with fried rice with that yum yum sauce. MARY: Oh my gosh. My mouth is watering. CHRIS: So, yeah. Look for us on Tik Tok soon. MARY: Yeah, there you go. When we were in the… we were in Greenville Starts cohort together, and the first time I tasted Chris's sauce, I was like, “Chris, you need to call this the best damn sauce ever.” CHRIS: That is actually the slogan. “The best damn sauce you've ever had.” MARY: Yeah. Yeah. I love it. CHRIS: I tell people… I'm trying to be humble, but when you have something that's different, you have to let people know. MARY: Exactly. CHRIS: And this is when you taste it, it just… it kind of shocks you because you're not… you're thinking barbecue sauce. MARY: Totally. CHRIS: But it kind of just catches you… you're like what is this? MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And it just kind of sucks you in. MARY: Well, and I think you just said it correct. You're taking a space that is so kind of entrenched in kind of the flavors that are there. And you're creating something new with the idea of barbecue. And I love that. Can you talk us through the process of creating this business because I guess you started with the smoking first and then the sauces and then where are you… how, you know…do you have a website? Do you have a restaurant? How are you coming together? CHRIS: What we're doing now is… So this is how I initially started out. I was at my desk at Ford one day having a conversation with someone that asked me about catering. MARY:Yeah. CHRIS: So I hopped online, in between calls, looking at what I had to do to get started so I went online, I got my EIN…and kind of got in touch with state and got everything going. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: That was in 2016. So for the last three years off and on, I've done a lot of catering. A lot of on site. My biggest thing is on site grilling. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I put on quite a show when I grill. MARY: I mean you can tell with his personality. You're the entertainment and the food. CHRIS: So yeah, if you're looking for an entertainer and a grill master, I'm your guy. So we… that's my big thing is I travel, I take my grill, I like to set up shop. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And I also work with… I've been working… I had been working before I took my current job with the church during the Wednesday night Bible studies. I'm big on… like I said my dad is a Baptist preacher. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So we grew up in the country and all I know is fellowship and eating. I've probably eaten in every county in the state. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: Every, every type of food you can have, but those experiences is what inspired me. But long story short, the business idea and the model came from just three years of having to stop and go because working back and forth, and now learning how to balance time, family, and everything. The Mr. Sauce It Up will give me the opportunity to kind of work and service people and enjoy it and also make my first big shine through Mr. Sauce It Up. MARY: Yeah. So I want to talk a little bit about… because entrepreneurial, you know, ventures are, it's a journey, right? And I know we all have setbacks, and I know that you've had some setbacks, including a health setback for a while that kind of made everything go on pause. So how are you doing now? And let's talk about the setbacks and how you overcame them. CHRIS: Oh, wow. So it's crazy the night that we had our finale. Our, you know, our big pitch. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I found out I had a nodule on my thyroid that they had to go in and remove. They thought it was small, but it ended up being like the size of a baseball. MARY: Wow. CHRIS: So it sat on my chest and it kind of impacted me. Dealing with things like that… it impacts…your thyroid is your gas and keeps you going. MARY: Yeah, yeah. CHRIS: So for like the last three years, I've ran on nothing but adrenaline and you didn't know it. So it's taken me a little… little bit of time to adjust to being normal and not having that excess energy and just you know being actually knowing what it feels like to be tired and having to take a nap. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So for the last six, you know, part of that I ran on you know pretty much adrenaline because the thyroid and I were back balanced. Kind of and it… but it gave me an opportunity to really sit back and refocus and re- kind of gave me a bigger hunger for what I want to do. I've looked at food trucks, and things like that, but a crazy and a funny fact about me is I've had 22 wrecks in my lifetime. MARY: 22 wrecks? CHRIS: 22 automobile accidents. MARY: Oh my goodness, Chris. CHRIS: So me driving a food truck probably nobody around here wants. MARY: They don't mix. CHRIS: That's not a good mix so I'm in the process of trying to find a building either…. I would prefer Greenville, but the Spartanburg area is also something I'm open to… to certainly barbecue out of. But until then, I'm gonna let myself and also cakes and sweet potato pies… MARY: Yeah. Oh my god. Sweet potato pies. CHRIS: …kind of feed my business and my picture while I kind of work my nine to five and do your day in and day out thing. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: The struggle. You know, being an entrepreneur… it takes a… you got to have a little bit of crazy in you to be an entrepreneur. But the biggest thing you have to have to be an entrepreneur is being resilient. MARY: Yes. CHRIS: You never know what obstacles are gonna come your way. I never expected and never thought I was sick MARY: Right. You had no idea. CHRIS: I had no idea. You know, and even through it, you got to, you know, one of the mottos I live off of is fake it till you make it. MARY: Right. CHRIS: You got to go into every day, no matter what's going on, with a smile on your face, press through. And you kind of put it behind you and live in that moment because you never know life can be taken from you at any given moment. So you got to enjoy it no matter what's going on. And that's what's kind of helped me evolve and get to the point that I'm at now. And for me, I've learned you know, when things are going… when things are going at their best is when things…your biggest hurdles are going to come. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: For me, I spent all last year partnering with people and creating a lot of partnerships I kind of had to give up. So to kind of reinvent myself and roll back out and rebrand as Mr. Sauce It Up, it's going to be really exciting and I think it's the right way and path to go. The biggest thing I can tell other entrepreneurs is don't be stubborn. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: For a whole course, through Greenville Starts, everybody told me, “it's the sauce, it's the sauce, it's the sauce.” MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And I love cooking. I love grilling. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And a couple of weeks ago… I'd say a couple of months ago, it finally dawned on me “Hey, you've got a product that nobody else can do.” MARY: Right. CHRIS: This is your…this is your headline and this is your angle. I'll still grill and barbecue and do barbecue and whatnot. But…I have a gift that I gotta give the world. MARY: Right. That's your foot in the door - think the barbecue, but the sauce is so scalable. I mean it gives me goosebumps just thinking about where you could go and seeing this on grocery store shelves. I mean it really does. CHRIS: That's my ultimate goal. My ultimate goal is to… MARY: I mean I literally just got goosebumps. CHRIS: We've got here in Greenville…we've got we've got the Duke's manufacturing. I want to have something similar to that here just pumping out sauce so hopefully when you're getting you know your Chick fil A… go to McDonald's get a sauce packet, and you'll see my pretty face on it. MARY: I love it. I love it. And you said some really good things about there in that comment about being resilient and not being stubborn. And I think being willing to go with the flow because I know you were in talks about a space right when you got sick. And so every… I mean literally everything went on hold. CHRIS: So with the space…this is another thing that when in the restaurant business, it's a risky business… MARY: It is. CHRIS: For me, the biggest thing is finding people that want to invest and that will roll the dice on a restaurant. MARY: And that's true for all restaurant owners. CHRIS: That's been the biggest challenge, but the buildings I looked at have been highly competitive. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I looked at a property in Duncan… was looking at property in Duncan and somebody came in at the last minute and outbid me by like 30 grand. MARY: Right. Wow. CHRIS: And being in finance and being the underwriter you… the risk… I'm very careful if that's the risk I take and I evaluate it making sure I'm making solid decisions. MARY: And you understand that risk. CHRIS: Yeah, because being in business for yourself, is a risk alone. MARY: Absolutely. CHRIS: You don't want your business upside down and trying to make back money that you may not be able to get back. That's not a wise move so we kind of backed off a bit. And it's been a blessing because like I said had I got into it then, gotten sick, we would have been in a worse situation. So thankfully, we got into a position where we're able to press pause and my true belief is that when my opportunity and my time is there, it's gonna happen but until then we're just gonna keep doing what we have to do. MARY: One hundred percent. One hundred percent. So what's been the most rewarding thing about starting this venture for you? CHRIS: Networking and meeting new people. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And to be honest with you, the other thing people don't know about me is I'm kind of shy. MARY: I don't believe that for a minute. Because the first night we were in Greenville Starts together, I mean, we clicked, obviously but…but yeah, no. But you, probably like me, I have to overcome it when I'm with people. Once I get there, I'm fine. CHRIS: So I guess you can say my shyness comes out different. When I get nervous and get shy, it's like lights on, like camera on, game on, let's go. So you never really know it. So I embrace it. And being able to… this has taught me how to fight through that and how it really… I guess having a good time meeting new people and the biggest thing I think I'd say is just learn. Being an entrepreneur has taught me so much and it has stretched my limits. And so when I was younger, I was a hothead. MARY: I believe that. CHRIS: Something happened… something happened and I'm, you know, fired up. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So for instance, a couple of weeks ago, my first time back out and I go to leave and my grill catches a flat tire. MARY: Oh, no. Yeah. CHRIS: And the old me would have been saying Sunday School words and throwing stuff and all upset. We just pressed pause and regrouped and it has made me grow and develop patience. And understand that some things you cannot control. If you can't control it, you just move on. MARY: I would think that this entrepreneurial process that you're on, and that health scare, that major health scare, probably both had something to do with that kind of, okay, it does no good to get upset about this stuff, just deal with it one thing at a time. CHRIS: Well there's another factor in there also. I've got a grandson now. MARY: Oh yes, that's true. Happy Grandfather. CHRIS: So, being a grand dad, it kind of…I would say the moment I took my daughter to the hospital. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: Got the call. I had to take her to the hospital. That's when life changed. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: We just kind of… I don't know it's something about having a grandchild that you can give back to them. MARY: Right. CHRIS: It kind of changes you. At the same time, it just shows your new appreciation for life. So all of that within the three month period, it really has slowed me down… made me appreciate life even more. But at the same time, it's made me a fighter. It's really made me a fighter and made me... MARY: Yeah, because you want to be around for him. CHRIS: Yeah, to be honest with you, this whole get up, I've thought about for the last four years. MARY: Yeah, this is what it's gonna look like. CHRIS: Yeah. And going through that experience gave me the courage to kind of step out of the shell and put it out there and move forward because what's the worst thing that can happen? Somebody will laugh at you? MARY: Right. Exactly. CHRIS: You know at the end of the day, this is who I am. MARY: And who cares? If they're laughing at you, they're looking at you? CHRIS: They're looking at you. They're going to remember. MARY: Right. CHRIS: This is who I am. A little country guy from South Carolina just trying to sell some good barbecue and sauce. MARY: Yeah, I love it. Chris, I love it. So we were, like I said we were in the Greenville cohort, Greenville starts cohort together, and for those of you may not know that's like an eight week program where the participants could expose everything from, you know, fundraising, capital to legal issues and things that of course, you're not an expert in everything, right? And so we learned so much to marketing. I mean, you name it, we touched on it in that class. What were some of the takeaways from that that you are implementing now? Almost a year later. CHRIS: Want to hear a good story? MARY: Yeah always. CHRIS: It kind of goes with the question you asked me previously about my experience. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: Do you remember the night that we wrote the breakup letter? MARY: Yes. We had to write a breakup letter to our business. And you know, you're the second person to bring this up in these conversations, but his breakup letter was amazing. But go ahead. CHRIS: I lived my breakup letter this year. And that night, the night that we had read that letter out loud and share that experience… MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I lived it this year. And going through it and living it and seeing your dreams kind of, let's just say be taken away. MARY: Yeah, yeah. CHRIS: It makes you appreciate your gifts and it makes you appreciate what you did. So, without Greenville Starts, I probably wouldn't have pushed through this year. I probably would have gave up and just gone back to working the nine to five and just you know enjoy life but my experience with Greenville Starts and having to, you know, go through a made breakup with something that you love and then having to go through it actually, it kind of gave you…I can go back and I can remember some of the speeches that the speakers gave. I will say it gave me motivation and courage and more than anything else it taught me that I'm not a know it all. I've worked in the banking industry for years as a banker and on the other side of the fence, telling people no to loans and being actually on the opposite end of it - trying to be approved, trying to get all your documents together gives you a whole new appreciation for what people on the other side go through. We've been on both sides. I have an appreciation for both now. But I will say that Greenville Starts… it gave me the courage to bounce back and gave me that fight and it prepared me for the hurdles that were ahead. So if anybody in Greenville County has a business idea and they feel like they can make it, but their confidence is an issue, I would definitely recommend Greenville Starts. We have the all-American, the GOAT, the great, the best hair, Brian Davis. He just…has a way of inspiring…inspiring you. Like just…any of our cohorts, I think about you guys and where you're at and I see your successes and it motivates you. You see other people being successful and that pushes you on. MARY: One hundred percent. Which is the whole reason we do this podcast is to share your all's stories with the public so that we can encourage other people to go ahead and follow their dreams and create their ventures, you know, and I mean, you talk about Greenville Starts being an inspiration, you're an inspiration to, I know our entire cohort. CHRIS: I appreciate it. I appreciate it. I think, you know, God puts you in a certain place at a certain time. And I think I feel like that was a perfect time because like going into it, I'll be honest with you toward the end of class I kind of felt like something was off. It drained me. It drained me. It put me… I don't like talking about this aspect of it, but it impacted my mental health. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: It gave me some anxiety and put me in a depressive state and it you know, that's not me. MARY: Right. CHRIS: One hundred miles per hour, 100 days a week. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: So at the end of the class, it was like okay, what we got going on? And you guys really pushed us through. It's like a family. It's not just like a class. It's not just like a group of people. It feels like family and a cheerleader group. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I've coached football, played football. I love sports and I love that team aspect. And that's what it felt like. Each week it wasn't a competition against each other. It was a way that we can push each other…push each other to make each other better. It's been a year and a half now. And when you can go back and recall specific conversations and specifics in a needed time, that's when you know it had an impact on you. That's what Greenville Starts said to me. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: It put a lot of information in this encyclopedia up here. MARY: Yeah. I love that. I love that. What advice do you have to other entrepreneurs that you… either from Greenville Starts or just your personal experience? CHRIS: I'm going to steal one from Ted Lasso. MARY: Okay. CHRIS: The great Ted Lasso. You got to believe. And what he also says…that's number one is believe.You got to believe in yourself. You got to believe in the process and you got to trust, you know, that the good Lord put you in a position he gave you whatever gifts that you have for a reason. And you have to follow the plan in your process. When things get hard, you got to go harder. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: And when things get easy, you got to kind of scratch your head and say, why is that so easy and know that something's coming. MARY: Right. Be prepared. CHRIS: Be prepared because something's around the corner. The other thing is, I'm a Florida State fan. And the reason I'm a Florida State fan is because of…He talked about a lot about what you do when people aren't watching. MARY: Yes. CHRIS: And as an entrepreneur… it's what you're doing behind the scenes and when people aren't watching is what's going to make you successful. You know, the… you know, I cook a brisket 26 hours for it to be gone in 30 minutes. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So it's what I do behind the scenes and the effort and what people don't see is what makes you a great entrepreneur and a great… and great at what you do. And the last is something I learned from a guy named Tom Leopard back in 2012. Your priorities. As an entrepreneur, you have to have your priorities in order. It's got to be your faith, your family, and your fortune. If those three get out of whack at any point in time, it's time to step back, reevaluate, and bring them back in line and then things will start flowing so greatly. So always remember your faith, your family, and then you're fortune and as long as those three are aligned, you can always be successful and bounce back. MARY: I love that. The three F's. CHRIS: The three F's. MARY: I love it. So you brought some… before we let you go, you brought some goodies for us. So, boy, I wish people…I wish we had smellivision because that cake smells so good. Oh my gosh. So Chris, what do we have here? This is one of the cakes that you do. CHRIS: This is my spin on a…You lived in Kentucky? MARY: I did not live in Kentucky. CHRIS: I don't know why I thought you lived in Kentucky. So, this is my take on a Kentucky butter cake. MARY: Okay. CHRIS: So I call it a Carolina butter cake. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: It's a pound cake with some secret flavors. MARY: Okay. CHRIS: As all things as Mr. Sauce It Up does, we also do cake glazes. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: So this has a pineapple. No, I'm sorry…a peach mango rum glaze to it. MARY: Yeah. Oh my goodness. This is going to be so good. CHRIS: Mixed in butter. Something I came up with. I am the king of taking a recipe and turning it into my own. MARY: Right. CHRIS: So, that's what I do the best. I don't… You know, if I go out to eat I'm probably going to take two… two combos, two meals and turn it into one. MARY: And put them together. CHRIS: So this is kind of what I've done with this and created my own flavor, but I feel pretty confident, I'm willing to bet you a $1 to your paycheck that you've never had a flavor like this. MARY: All right, let's see it. CHRIS: Let's see. Let me pull out my Dexter knife. MARY: He's going to pull out his Dexter knife. Oh yeah, that's a Dexter knife. All right. All right. All right, let's cut into this sucker. So remind me again what the glaze is? CHRIS: This is a peach mango with a hint of rum. MARY: Okay. CHRIS: And some other stuff that I can't really share with you at the time. I'll share with you at the time. MARY: Right let's go. Cheers. CHRIS: Cheers. MARY: Oh my gosh. CHRIS: Mmm. Mama where you at? Come on over here, get smacked. MARY: That is so good. Did you say mama come on over here, get smacked? CHRIS: Come on over. Come on over. MARY: Oh yeah. So, we're going to have to change that phrase, well or add to it…the best damn sauce…the best damn glaze…because this is good stuff. CHRIS: Thank you so much. Thank you so much. MARY: Oh my goodness. Alright. So again, we'll have the links to how you get in touch with Chris wherever we're posting this podcast, both on YouTube and all of our podcast channels. Just look under the copy, the body copy. And you'll see that there because you… if you are having an event, you want to hire Chris to cater that event. Again, it's the entertainment and food. You can't beat that. CHRIS: Let me tell you. MARY: Yeah. CHRIS: I didn't mean to interrupt, but this cake is good. MARY: It does taste good. CHRIS: It tastes good. I'm a pound cake foodie and I think I've found something here. MARY: I think you have too. CHRIS: Not to brag, but yeah. MARY: I think…I can't put it down. I got to finish eating so I can say the rest of the show so I can close the show out. Oh my gosh. So good. Alright. How do people get in touch with you if they want to get some sauce or they want you to cater an event? CHRIS: Cater an event. You can find me on Facebook - Chris Sexton or Sexton's Smoke-N- Grill. Also on Instagram, it's Chris Sexton or Sexton's Smoke-N-Grill. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. www.sextonssmokengrill.com. And that's just Sexton's, Smoke, the letter “n”, grill.com. Or you can call me 864-680-4629. We got the sauces. MARY: Alright, Chris, thank you so much. CHRIS: Thank you. Anytime. Anytime. MARY: So remember, if someone you know is an entrepreneur or has an idea, Greenville Starts is a great place for them to get started or if they're somewhere in the process along the way and they just need that little extra “umph” to learn things that they don't necessarily know, then that's a great place. So, in order to get into the next cohort, all you have to do is Google Greenville Starts and Furman and it should be the very first link that pops up and get yourself on that list. The other thing I wanted to remind everybody of is that we have the Paladin Pitch competition, which if you are a Furman student, you can win $10,000 for your venture. That's coming up in April, but you have to participate in some pitch competitions before that. So, contact the Hill Institute, get your pitch to them and start working and then from all those pitches throughout the year, they'll choose the finalists to pitch in April. So be thinking about that, be brainstorming. If you want to do something, now is the time to do it. So, that does it for this episode of the Class E Podcast. I'm your host Mary Sturgilll. Remember this podcast is brought to you through a partnership between the Hill Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Communication Studies Department here at Furman University. It is produced by student producers, Kayla Patterson and Eliza Polich, a true example of the Furman Advantage. And remember, you can get this podcast two ways now - you can listen to it wherever you listen to your podcast, we also have a YouTube channel where you can watch it and you can see this beautiful cake that we just ate and see us eating it. And we also.. follow us on Tik Tok if you're on Tik Tok because we just started a brand new Tik Tok channel and you'll see a lot of the outtakes and a lot of cool stuff on behind the scenes stuff on that Tik Tok channel. Until next time everybody, dream big.
A Brief HistoryRichardson's history dates back to the mid-1800s when settlers began to arrive in the area. Originally a small farming community, it grew over the years and was officially incorporated as a city in 1925. The city's namesake, E.H. Richardson, was a railroad executive who played a pivotal role in the development of the region's transportation network. Today, Richardson is a vibrant and thriving city that has retained its sense of community while embracing the growth and progress of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Cultural DiversityThe city's diverse population is one of its greatest strengths. Richardson is a melting pot of cultures, with residents hailing from all corners of the globe. This rich cultural tapestry is celebrated through various events and festivals throughout the year, including the annual Cottonwood Arts Festival, where visitors can experience a wide range of art, music, and cuisine from different cultures. Recreation and Green SpacesFor outdoor enthusiasts, Richardson offers an abundance of parks, trails, and recreational facilities. Breckinridge Park is a local favorite, boasting over 400 acres of green space, walking trails, and even a golf course. The Spring Creek Nature Area provides a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, offering opportunities for birdwatching and hiking along scenic trails. Where to StayWe stayed at the Doubletree Dallas Richardson, an excellent bang for your buck hotel. My husband calls it the Cookie Hotel because they give you cookies at check-in. Another recommendation would be the Aloft Hotel, 5 minutes down the street and located in a fun little shopping center. There, you can find an incredible BBQ restaurant called Good Union Urban BBQ. Entertainment and DiningRichardson's dining scene is a testament to its cultural diversity, with a wide array of international cuisine to satisfy any palate. The city is also known for its lively music and arts scene, with local theaters, galleries, and music venues offering entertainment options year-round.Right around the corner from the DoubleTree was an adorable little theater called the Richardson Theater Center. Honestly, we didn't know what to expect, but when I came across the theater on the web, they were running a production of “A Few Good Men,” which was my husband's favorite movie, so I decided to go for it! Turns out it was wonderful! The theater was the coziest, most unique little theater I have ever seen! When we arrived, it was rainy and dark. With the blinds drawn shut and the older-looking shopping center dimly lit, I wondered if we were even in the right place. However, when we walked in, I was taken aback. Decorated with black and white film shots covering the walls, red velvet curtains, 1920s antique couches, lamps, and rugs, it was so unique! The theater also served complimentary snacks and drinks, a wonderful touch! Let me tell you, wine and popcorn equals happy Sof. There was also coffee and cookies if that is more your vibe. We saw the 8:00 PM showing of “A Few Good Men,” and the acting was superb. My hands-down favorite breakfast spot in Richardson was Fairview Farmers. The presentation was gorgeous, and the taste was so rich. My favorite meal was the breakfast skillet (they have so many). Some other breakfast recommendations that we received from locals were the Lone Spur Cafe and Eddie's Diner. If you are a pizza and wine lover, a great casual dinner spot is Sixty Vines. For a warm, quaint, and romantic bistro, try Toulouse Cafe & Bar. For funky tacos try the Velvet Taco. For premier steak, try Bob's Steak and Chop House. For the best burgers, beers, and cocktails, try Rodeo Goat. For Phenomenal Mexican food, try Mi Cocina. Other great Mexican spots are Meso Maya, Casa Mama, and Mesero.Our main reason for coming to Texas on this particular trip was to attend a good friend's wedding, which took place in Richardson at the Chapel of the Heights Church. It was a beautiful wedding, and the reception was held in a super cute, intimate Art Deco, rustic venue called 34 Events in historic downtown Richardson.Richardson, Texas, is a city that beautifully blends the modernity of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with a welcoming, small-town atmosphere. With abundant hidden gems, cultural diversity, and plenty of recreational activities, it's no wonder that Richardson has become an excellent spot for a short visit. Richardson proved that every place, big or small, is full of hidden gems well worth the research and while. Come and discover the charm of this vibrant Texan city for yourself!
Episode 91 of The Walk A Little Slower Podcast by Tanner Olson Read the episode here: Tuesday Morning at the Diner Links Patreon: Support the Ministry Written to Wear - Clothing Line Written to Speak (Website) Book me! Inquire about an event Books Walk A Little Slower: A Collection of Poems and Other Words Continue: Poems and Prayers of Hope As You Go: Words for the Unknown I'm All Over the Place Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Send your questions to email@example.com Visit https://www.writtentospeak.com/podcast to learn more. The music for this podcast is by Matt Doering. Find more of Matt's work at https://www.mattdoeringmusic.com/ About Tanner Olson Tanner Olson is an author, poet, speaker, and podcaster. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife Sarah and their dog, Pancake. The mission of Tanner's writing is to spread hope and announce love through written and spoken word poetry. From classrooms to churches to coffee shops to conferences, Tanner has traveled the country performing poetry, delivering messages of hope, and sharing stories. You can find Tanner's work at writtentospeak.com and @writtentospeak on Instagram.
In this special episode of "Anthology of Horror," we are honored to showcase the debut work of a new contributor to our dark tapestry, Kylie Reed. As a first-time horror writer, Kylie takes us on a harrowing journey through a realm like no other, presenting a truly unique and terrifying version of hell that will challenge the very essence of fear.Interludes within this episode feature the haunting melody of Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp Minor, expertly performed by your host, Spring Heeled Jack, adding an eerie ambiance that heightens the tension and unease.As the story unfolds, prepare to be transported to a realm where the boundaries of terror are pushed to their limits. Kylie's narrative prowess shines through as she explores the darkest corners of the human psyche and dares to confront the most malevolent of forces.And, as we close this chilling episode, we invite you to stay tuned for a haunting musical selection that will linger in your thoughts. "We're Getting a Divorce, You Keep the Diner" by The Gaslight Anthem provides a fitting and evocative conclusion to this tale of dread and despair.Join us as we delve into the nightmarish depths of Kylie Reed's imagination, where the horrors of hell take on a new and terrifying form.Support the showYe olde march shop https://www.aohpmerch.com/s/shopDemented Darkness https://open.spotify.com/show/2ausD083OiTmVycCKpapQ8Dark Side of the Nerd https://open.spotify.com/show/6cwN3N3iifSVbddNRsXRTuFoxhound43 https://rumble.com/user/Foxhound43
It started humbly making metal products in the garage, but now JR Custom Metal Products has thrived to over 140 employees. Hear from Jorge Martinez and Patty Koehler as they share with Don and Ebony how their father's legacy lives on in their business. On this episode we discuss: Jesus Raul Martinez Sr. starting in the garage in 1978 Always wanting to start his own business Partnering with Spirit and SpaceX Selling during the factory tour Not focusing on a single industry How being Hispanic flows through their company culture Working with technical and trade schools for talent acquisition Being a second chance for employees The mentorship of Sam Marcus Being a family oriented (as well as owned) business Remembering where you came from The key of automation Building businesses in Wichita Learn more about JR Custom Metal Products:https://jrcmp.com/Facebook ProfileTwitter ProfileLinkedIn ProfilePatricia G. Koehler began working side-by-side with her father, Jesus Raul Martinez Sr., the founder of JR Custom Metal (JRCM), 48 years ago. She has held various positions within the family-owned business and served as General Manager for ten years prior to becoming President and CEO in August 1995. Under Patricia's leadership, the company became ISO 9001:2008 Certified in 2009 with SAI Global and upgraded to ISO 9001:2015 in 2018 with ISOQAR. A second multi-million dollar expansion was done in 2013.Born in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Patricia grew up in Wichita, Kansas and graduated from South High School. She continued her education at Kansas State University and completed a mini MBA at Wichita State University. Patricia has a strong commitment to her community. She has served on numerous Boards, including Newman University, Via Christi Hospital, the Lord's Diner, Catholic Charities and Wichita Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. She is currently active with the WSU Tech Board of Directors and Exploration Place.Jorge Martinez was born and raised in Wichita. He graduated from Wichita South High School and attended Wichita Area Vo-Tech School. He is the co-owner of J R Custom Metal Products, Inc. Jorge has successfully managed national installations for Boeing, Alcoa, Henri-Line and Siemens. He is responsible for researching and purchasing all major equipment for JRCM. Jorge is involved in the Wichita community and has served on many boards including the American Red Cross and Starkey. He is a member of the West Wichita Sunrise Rotary Club, the Wichita Manufacturing Association, and the Kansas Family Business Forum. He is very involved with sports and served on the Board of Directors for Two Rivers Youth Club, and was Assistant and Hitting Coach for Friends University Softball.In 2011, JRCM received the Wichita Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year award, and the Siemens Energy Small Business Award for Supplier Excellence. In 2012, JRCM was one of five companies awarded Best in Business by the Wichita Business Journal. In March, 2013, Patricia was inducted into the Junior Achievement Wichita Business Hall of Fame.Other Resources:Join the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce! This podcast is brought to you by the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce and is powered by Evergy. To send feedback on this show and/or send suggestions for future guests or topics please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. This show is part of the ICT Podcast Network. For more information visit ictpod.net
On this, the first ever of its kind, Belushi tinged episode, gentlemen Jon Cross and Matt Poirier (of Direct To Video Connoisseur) talk 90s Era Jim Belushi Erotic Thrillllerrrrr Traces of Red.This is a truncated podcast version of the video live stream that aired on YouTube on Sept 17th. If you become a supporter on Patreon you will have exclusive access to all the videos there as YouTube and other places are taking them down or restricting some content at the moment.SUPPORT INDIE CREATIVES Subscribe and/or leave us a rating and review wherever you get your podcasts - Our show is on all platforms, take a look!BUY MATT'S BOOKSCONTACT US and give us feedback at email@example.com, Call us on 347 669 0053 or leave us a voicemail from your computer at www.speakpipe.com/aftermoviedinerThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/758347/advertisement
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Septemburger's #8 seed is here to finish out the first round of the bracket! Outback Steakhouse bested Red Robin. Islands rolled right over Bob's Big Boy. Applebee's upset Fuddruckers. Can Johnny Rockets follow suit and beat out the #1 seed from last week, Umami Burger? And don't forget to check out our Patreon this Thursday to hear the Semi-Finals and the Finals of Septemburger! A delicious burger champion will be crowned - claim your 7-day free trial now! Download the full Johnny Rockets episode this Wednesday wherever you get your podcasts! Music by: James McEnelly (@Ramshackle_Music) We're on Patreon! Get an extra episode every month, extended Yelp from Strangers segments every other week, merch discounts, download access to our music including the 7 singles from our Olive Garden musical, and more! Patreon Producers: Sean Spademan, Joyce Van, & Sue Ornelas Get our 5 Survival Tips for Casual Dining at www.finediningpodcast.com! Follow the pod on TikTok and Instagram @finediningpodcast Let us know where we should go next by leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, PodcastAddict, Overcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. We read every one!
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