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The Best of the Adam Gold Show
Is NC State going to be the odd school out?

The Best of the Adam Gold Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 44:37


Is NC State going to be the odd school out? With USC & UCLA headed towards the Big Ten, could schools such as Duke, North Carolina, Virginia, Clemson, Miami, and Florida State also be on the move to either the Big Ten or the SEC? Where does this leave NC State and Wake Forest? Joe Ovies of The OG on 99.9 The Fan and Chip Patterson of CBS Sports joined Adam for a Round Table discussion on the future of college sports. Also, Harvest Leroy Smith, the person who beat out Michael Jordan for a spot on the varsity basketball team at E.A. Laney High School in Wilmington, NC, joined the show to talk about those days when he made the varsity team and Jordan did not. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WCTV Podcasting
Where's Wilmington? - Ep 168: Joe Jackson

WCTV Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 33:38


If you are interested in genealogy, ancestry, the history of Wilmington or you just want to have some fun finding out cool things about our town--this show is for you! On this episode of Where's Wilmington, historian extraordinaire and all around fun guy, Joe Jackson talks about his comprehensive and interactive map of Wilmington's history! Learn how Joe, who is originally from Tennessee and is a Wilmington transplant, tapped in to Wilmington's history and created a useful and interactive map of Wilmington and its rich history. Joe will explain how the map was created, what you can find there and how to interact with the maps interface. This map will also be available at the Wilmington Library for folks to access. This is an episode you won't want to miss!

Wholesaling Houses Elite
Rod Brown - How to Sell Your business twice for Millions

Wholesaling Houses Elite

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 82:39


Rod Brown is a serial entrepreneur who has co-founded three companies, over the past decade, that were all bootstrapped and all grew from zero to 7 figures.  The software company OnceLogix, landed on the Inc. 5000 list in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and The Forbes Small Giants list in 2017.   Born in the small coastal city of Wilmington, N.C., Brown worked in the financial services industry. Upon graduating with a B.A. in Information Systems from Winston-Salem State University, he began working at Wachovia Bank, which is now a part of the Wells Fargo Company. He began at Wachovia, working in the bank's Operations Division, in which he led several Cash Management Services groups. He left Wachovia as a Vice President in its Wealth Management Division, as a Financial Advisor to co-found his own company.   Brown co-founded the software company OnceLogix, LLC in 2005 with Trinity Manning and Ty McLaughlin. As a result, they developed Sharenote.com (www.sharenote.com), a fast-growing, web based tool used by behavioral healthcare companies in the Southeast. What started out as a tool to help Behavioral Healthcare Clinicians manage notes about their patients is becoming a sought-after Practice Management tool for behavioral healthcare firms. After seeing the success of ShareNote.com, Brown and his partners are aiming to expand the business to help offer a more streamlined management system for a host of business professions and their respective industries.   Brown has recently ventured into the logistics and transportation business by Greenwood Logistic Solutions, LLC. This company has plans to disrupt transportation and logistics, while building this driver centric brand.    Brown travels the country training and coaching in the areas of entrepreneurship and Leadership. He most recently co-founded ‘The Small Business Cookout', a company dedicated to the advancement of minority and women owned businesses through education, skills development, cross pollination, relationship development.   He enjoys learning, his family, golf, and cycling. LINKS:https://www.instagram.com/rodericklbrown/ https://twitter.com/rodericklbrown

KGO 810 Podcast
Nikki Medoro - Oil refineries in Southern California city wreaking havoc on community health

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 17:34


With five oil refineries surrounding the small community of Wilmington, California, Capital B's environmental justice reporter Adam Mahoney joins the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro to discuss the many health issues experienced by the generations of residents there with no hope of alleviating the issues in sight. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Catholic Forum
One of Us: Tom Guns

Catholic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 8:47


"One of Us" is a brief snapshot of people who support the Catholic church in the Diocese of Wilmington. We will regularly feature people who are recognizable with their parish communities.

Leverage Your Incredible Factor Business Podcast with Darnyelle Jervey Harmon, MBA

“This event fed my soul.” – Jasmin Haley, Attendee Episode Summary This episode is powered by the  Move to Millions Method After a year of rebranding, our vision culminated into the first ever Move to Millions Live Event where more than 100 entrepreneurs from around the world converged on Wilmington, Delaware for a truly life changing experience.  Listen in as I share my thoughts.  Spoiler Alert:  my events tend to leave me speechless, unable to utter the words that truly express the sentiment of the experience and this was no different. After holding live events for more than a dozen years, this event was THE event I was born to lead, and I can't wait to do it again.  If you missed it or were there, listen in as I reflect on what the experience meant for me – the realization of a dream that had been deferred for far too long but this dream is now alive and kicking and ready to shake the planet!  Grab pen and paper and listen in to discover The #1 mindsets you must master if you have millions on your mind Why gathering together with like minds accelerators your move to millions How to maximize a live event if you desire to host your own in the future   Important Links: The Move to Millions Live Event Experience Incredible One Enterprises com Powerful Quotes from the Episode Knowing who you are and leading an event from that significance is the true game changer Move to Millions was for the attendees a homecoming experience, finally they'd found the place where they are to thrive and create legacy Focusing on your vision point keeps the momentum up until you reach your next level Want more of Darnyelle? Social Media Links: http://www.instagram.com/darnyellejerveyharmon http://www.facebook.com/darnyellejerveyharmon http://www.twitter.com/darnyellejervey http://www.linkedin.com/in/darnyellejerveyharmon   Subscribe to the Incredible Factor Business Podcast: Listen on iTunes Listen on Google Play Listen on Stitcher Listen on iHeartRadio Listen on Pandora Leave us a review   Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix and if you're not subscribed there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Now if you're feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast and they're also fun for me to go in and read. Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!

Historia Obscura
The Wilmington Insurrection: An American Coup d'État

Historia Obscura

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 19:45


This week on Historia Obscura: how a white supremacist mob committed the only successful coup d'etat in American history against a racially integrated municipal government. Special thanks to Patreon subscribers Barbara and Tom! Subscribe to my Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/historiaobscura! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/historiaobscura/message

The Accidental Entrepreneur
Paul Baron - The Wall Printer

The Accidental Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 57:42


Paul Baron is the founder and chief executive officer of The Wall Printer USA. Paul is responsible for all executive functions, assuring the growth of the corporation and of the businesses that purchase a Wall Printer. His decades of business experience span B2B, B2C, retail, manufacturing, distribution, international business, and franchising. Paul has personally developed and launched business concepts and supported successful revenue growth, which leads to exits for several start-ups and established businesses.   Paul thrives in rapid growth, high-energy environments, and values a diverse culture with good people who like to dream big, work hard, and have fun. He leads with a positive attitude, humor, and humility.   An articulate communicator with outstanding public speaking and presentation skills, Paul is frequently asked to guest lecture at industry events. He is a mentor to business owners and student interns at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) and at UNCW's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE.) Paul serves on advisory boards at UNCW's Business School's Entrepreneurship track, at non-profit organizations, and privately held businesses in Wilmington, Atlanta, and NY. PAUL earned a BS in Mathematics with an education minor at the State University of New York at New Paltz and studied advanced Mathematics at the University of New Hampshire.   The Wall Printer will be expanding throughout North, Central & South America, and the Caribbean quickly over the next few years. Paul welcomes your interest in establishing an exclusive local Wall Printing business in your home territory.   In addition to listening to the episode, you can watch a video of their discussion on our YouTube Channel.  And be sure to subscribe to support the podcast!   You can connect with Paul and The Wall Printer on social media:   On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wallprintingusa/  On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thewallprinter On YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheWallPrinter On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewallprinter/ For general information about the podcast, send an email to info@beinhakerlaw.com To follow Mitch and the podcast, go to linktr.ee/beinhakerlaw. You can subscribe and listen to episodes on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify and most other directories. Please review us whenever possible and thanks for your continued support! Sponsorships and paid guest appearances are available. Connect with us by email or on social media. The Accidental Entrepreneur is brought to you by Beinhaker Law, a boutique business & estates legal practice in Clark, NJ. To learn about shared outside general counsel services and how to better protect your business, visit https://beinhakerlaw.com/fractional-gen-counsel/ Please support our affiliate sponsors (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-affiliates/). Also, support the show and get your own podcast merch! (https://beinhakerlaw.com/podcast-store/) One of One Productions - a New Jersey-based studio, just over the George Washington bridge, that caters to the booming business of podcasting. Be sure to check out the guesting kit that they've created exclusively for our listeners! https://one-of-one-productions.myshopify.com/products/mitchell-beinhakers-guesting-kit North Authentic - NorthAuthentic.com is a conscious hair care marketplace offering the cleanest brands from around the world. Their pro stylists curate only the most fabulous non-toxic hair products. Use our affiliate link for all your purchases! https://shrsl.com/38heu The Healthy Place - Findyourhealthyplace.com has thousands of supplements to help you live a better quality of life; as well as natural solutions for chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, sleep and much, much more. Need guidance? Use their Live Chat feature and talk to a Wellness Consultant right on their website. The Accidental Entrepreneur is a trademark of Mitchell C. Beinhaker. Copyright 2018-2022. All rights reserved.

Cape Fear Unearthed
Revisiting The Barn: a legendary Wilmington jazz club and dance hall

Cape Fear Unearthed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 22:13


We talk to Wilmington native and North Carolina jazz historian Larry Reni Thomas about The Barn, a club that shone brightly during the days of segregation in the 1940s and early '50s, hosting such legendary players as Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, Count Basie, Cab Calloway and many more. 

The English Heritage Podcast
Episode 169 - White horses and hill figures in England

The English Heritage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 40:24


This week we're joined by Senior Properties Historian Dr Susan Greaney and Professor Ronald Hutton to investigate the mysterious white horses and giant chalk figures that adorn hillsides across England. Find out who created them, when and why they were created and the stories behind many of England's most famous hill figures, from the Uffington and Westbury White Horses to the Cerne Abbas Giant and the Long Man of Wilmington. To discover more about the Uffington White Horse or plan a visit, go to www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/uffington-castle-white-horse-and-dragon-hill

WCTV Podcasting
Good Deeds - Ep 1: Allison Bolanos

WCTV Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 9:15


Welcome to the first episode of "Good Deeds"! This podcast features Wilmington residents and all the amazing "good deeds" they are doing in our community and beyond. In this episode, meet Allison Bolanos, who was nominated as a guest by Nancy Zimmer as our first "good deed-do-er". Allison talks about her involvement with TOPS soccer and her fundraising efforts to purchase "communication boards" for the town to help challenged individuals communicate better. Listen in as we hear about why this project is near and dear to Allison's heart and why she devotes her free time to this goal. At the end of the podcast, you'll also hear an inspirational quote that you can take away from the podcast as an extra bonus!

What Remains
E1 Forensic Science Solves The Mystery of Baby Michael

What Remains

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 37:22


More than twenty years ago, a newborn baby was found dead inside a garbage bag on the side of the road near a military base in North Carolina. The officers working to solve his murder called him Baby Michael, named for the patron saint of police. With no leads on who the baby was, or who his mother was, the mystery turned into a cold case – another unsolved murder – but investigators never, ever quit on Baby Michael.  Meet the incredible investigators who made it their mission to identify Baby Michael and find his killer, and learn how they tapped into an innovation in forensic science to crack a 21-year old cold case.  This episode features two cold cases: Baby Michael and Ebonee Spears, a woman who vanished without a trace from Wilmington, North Carolina. One solved and one that still needs a miracle. If you have any information about Ebonee Spears, please contact the Wilmington (NC) Police Department.

American Shoreline Podcast Network
Understanding PFAS: A Major Coastal and Ocean Issue | All Swell?

American Shoreline Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 41:36


This episode on All Swell? Covers the 3rd National PFAS Conference hosted in Wilmington, NC. Genevieve is joined by two other NC student researchers, Ashley Connors and Krystal Taylor to discuss PFAS, research, advocacy, and environmental justice.

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast
Lehigh Valley Health Network creates neuroscience institute, EmergeOrtho Wilmington rebrands and more

Becker’s Healthcare -- Spine and Orthopedic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:53


Riz Hatton shares the latest news on the Spine & Orthopedics industry.

The Rick Jensen Show
Zanthia Oliver talks with Jensen about Juneteenth and the Eminent Domain Bill the Threatens East Side Wilmington Residents

The Rick Jensen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 16:22


Wilmington City Councilwoman Zanthia Oliver talks with Jensen about Juneteenth and the Eminent Domain Bill the Threatens East Side Wilmington Residents

Soundcheck
Rhiannon Giddens and Dirk Powell Explore Reconstruction-Era Music (Archives)

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:54


African-American string band tradition meets Cajun/Creole and Appalachian music in a collaboration between singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, actor and MacArthur Fellow Rhiannon Giddens and Dirk Powell, a multi-instrumentalist, singer, arranger, songwriter, and actor himself. Together, with banjos and fiddles, they play each other's original songs, music that takes on the slave condition of pre-Civil War times, and chat about their recent project, songs tied to the Reconstruction era culture of the Wilmington, North Carolina Massacre of 1898. (From the Archives, 2018.) Set list:  I'm Gonna Write Me A Letter  Say Old Playmate  At the Purchaser's Option 

Student Fyre with Bobby Berg
Ep. 176: Beach day!

Student Fyre with Bobby Berg

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 8:43


A bunch of buddies and I got in our cars and made the trek over to Wilmington, NC for an amazing beach day. And I would love to chat a bit about how awesome of a time it was with you. Let's chat! I hope everyone's been enjoying the episodes! The feedback has been so helpful, and I thank each and every one of you that's had feedback for me. Do you want to understand yourself better? Do you have trouble communicating with people, and in turn, have difficulty with people communicating with you? I have a tool that will help you understand the most effective way to communicate with you personally. This tool has changed my life, and I'd like to offer the opportunity for that change to you, as well! If you'd like to take the Flight assessment, please reach out to info@bobbyberg.com. I'd be happy to give you the survey link! As always, future episode suggestions can be sent to: Instagram @Bobbyberg Tiktok @Bobbyberg info@bobbyberg.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/studentfyre/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/studentfyre/support

RV Family Travel Atlas
The Wilmington KOA in North Carolina (Spring Break Pt. 1)

RV Family Travel Atlas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 36:12


We know how much you all love campground reviews, so we are excited to bring you a few from our spring break trip, starting with the Wilmington KOA Holiday in Wilmington, NC. ThisRead More The post The Wilmington KOA in North Carolina (Spring Break Pt. 1) appeared first on The RV Atlas.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
How to purchase homes for the price of a car with Pam Hill

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 28:43


Pam Hill is a Harvard and Dartmouth-educated entrepreneur and CEO of a multi-million dollar real estate company, a business and money expert, a former Fortune-500 executive, and the founder of My Smart Cousin.  Her main goal is to help people understand money, increase their accountability and build generational wealth. Today, Pam shares her story of how she became a professional real estate business owner, how she purchases homes for the price of a car and how you can start your real estate business. Episode Link: https://mysmartcousin.com/tag/pam-hill/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by a very special guest, Pam Hill, who's talking to us about my smart cousin, and how she purchases homes for the price of a car, or maybe sometimes even an expensive bike. So let's get into it.   Hey, Pam, thank you so much for taking the time to come hang out with me today. I really appreciate you coming on.   Pam: Thanks so much, Michael, really looking forward to engaging conversation.   Michael: Oh, my gosh, me too. So, Pam, so excited to have you here. If you could give us a quick intro bio about who are you? Where do you come from and what is it you're doing in real estate today?   Pam: Absolutely. So I'm Pam Hill with my smart cousin. The nifty name comes really from family coining that for me, because I am that smart cousin at family reunion to always follows up make sure that folks do what they say they're going to do on their finances on their real estate and that, of course, is now brought in to my clients as well. How I got into real estate was about 10 years ago. So during the Great Recession, my husband at the time we were dating, he was looking for his first home and he was looking in Wilmington, Delaware, and we were stupefied at just how cheap there's, there's not a better word inexpensive to the wrong word, cheap houses were in Wilmington, Delaware to the tune of 20,000-25,000. In perfectly rock solid working class neighborhoods. Once I saw it, I definitely could not unsee it and that's what led me down the real estate rabbit hole since then I've bought 21 houses totaling 25 houses totaling 31 units, and have loved every step of the journey.   Michael: That is so cool and so Pam, were you living in Wilmington, Delaware or was this something that you were doing from afar?   Pam: No, so I was living not too far from Wilmington, Delaware in a suburb and so I was used to six figures and not 100,000 as in six figures. But in fact, what the average price of real estate is in the United States, some 321,000, I think I've read is the average price of real estate across all 50 states. So I was used to seeing those kinds of numbers. I had already owned real estate before as a homeowner and I really couldn't believe that there was this whole other world and once I saw it, I became committed to helping others who are looking to start their real estate investment journey and feel like they just don't have enough coin to get there. Or those who are aspiring homeowners and thinking the same thing that it's got to be a generation, three decades, 30 years slog My goal is the number of fingers you've got on your hands, 10 fingers 10 years or less. That's when the house should be paid for and everything is cream after that.   Michael: I love it, I love it. So was it just a function of where the economy was at that point in time that you and your husband were able to find houses for that price point or were you doing something different or looking in a different way than everyone else?   Pam: Yeah, no, it's a great question, because it kind of begs whether that opportunity is still there and very much still is. There are hundreds of houses listed on any given day that are maybe not as cheap as what I got them for that takes a little bit of digging, although they are that cheap still to just not in Wilmington, Delaware. So my cheapest house was 2500 in Jersey that included the all four walls.   Michael: …a roof....   Pam: Yeah, absolutely. Goal number one is don't buy anything that is best addressed through the services of a wrecking ball company. So only things that maybe they're going to take a new furnace, okay, a new furnace, but not a new every single thing you can think of and my most expensive house was 35,000 and that includes I'm really kind of a an adherent of eating your own cooking. So that includes the house of my husband and I live in the house we bought in a suburb of Philly was $35,000. So and that was in 2016. So it's still there and there are many homes in states like certainly New York, Wisconsin, Michigan, quite a number of homes that are in that 60-50-40 neighborhood and even multi families and small commercial, that price point.   Michael: And so I mean, I've got to imagine at that price point the homes are in really rough areas or need tons of rehab. Are you finding that to be the case or is there something there's something that you know that that we don't?   Pam: Right, so the homes are in areas, how would I think about it. areas that aren't so rough that no one at all lives there, I've yet to find a neighborhood that that is on livable, I suppose everyone needs a home that it's just a flat out the truth and so there are really three things that any person who's renting is looking for one is the neighborhood. So they aren't going to be concerned if crime, for instance, is a big problem and where it is, for some of my houses I work closely, you know, first thing I do is find out who the police captain is, and introduce myself, I asked the tenant to let me know if there's any kind of roughness going on, so that they don't have to feel like they're the one making the call that I can be the person making the call. If there's a car that has sat abandoned in front of their house or near their house, I call the licensing and inspection agency, so they will tow it. So those are the things I do to make the neighborhood better than how I found it. Then the other things that a renter is going to look for, is going to be the landlord as well as the house itself, those two things I can absolutely control. So I control the neighborhood, only at the barest of margins, but the house and the landlord, absolutely within my scope. So that's what I do and to your question of where are these houses? I think that the I think that the issue is that most folks don't look from the bottom up, they look from the top down. In other words, they're used to asking themselves or allowing their bank to suggest to them that they start at what they have qualified for and what you have qualified for is probably far more than you have to pay. So if your salary and such qualifies you for that average price of a home in the three hundreds, first thing you should do is tell your real estate agent, only show me houses that are 60 to 100,000. In fact, don't even give them a range. I don't want to see anything. That's more than six figures. If I do if it's more than $99,999, you're fired and they will quickly show you the houses that meet that criteria and that way you accustom yourself to that to that look and you tell the realtor, just a look where the neighborhoods makes sense for you school district wise and so on.   Michael: Interesting. There, I've got so many questions. There's so much there to unpack, Pam but and Vicki about the price point, if someone goes to buy a $20,000 home, are they able to get financing on that home right?   Pam: Going to be difficult, that's the honest truth. The easiest source of financing, if they buy a house like that is going to be if they are also looking to be a home owner, and really a multifamily home owner. So for a person who tells me, they really don't have much, much in the way of savings, but they want to do something now and moreover, they're not too satisfied with where they are living as either a renter or possibly as a homeowner, then I would help them find homes, let's say in that lower price point of that 20 that you mentioned or 30,000 that are in the areas that they are okay with, we would look at the land banks listings, for instance, sometimes there are more than 200 land banks across the US. So sometimes a land bank will have a house that is in terrible, terrible shape, but it's in a good neighborhood, that house is going to qualify for some financing that can help the homeowner if it's not that kind of house, and instead, it's something owned by Fannie Mae, by Freddie Mac, by US Department of Agriculture by Veterans Administration, all these wonderful government agencies that you didn't know we're in the real estate business, well, then that's good news because they can now become your lender, in addition to selling you the home.   Michael: Interesting, okay, so someone can just google or your online search for the local land bank and whatever market they're interested in living or investing in, and it'll pop up with listings, just like the MLS.   Pam: That's exactly right. Just type in name of your state. If nothing comes up name of your county, if nothing comes up name of your city. So try it in that order and if nothing comes up in your county, then look at the surrounding counties. I would also just type in something like land banks, United States map sometimes, you know, some set of words like that and then that should uncover all of the line land banks and help you see For your state, for instance, if you're in New Jersey, what are the land banks in New Jersey and then find it that way.   Michael- Interesting. Wow, this is so cool, Pam and so you are you self-managing all of your properties that you own?   Pam: I am, so when I first got started with this, I was working in a really demanding job in corporate America as an exec and that was not feasible to be self-managing. So I worked with a property manager and perhaps someday I will go back that route except this go round, of course, creating my own property management company. But right now, I'm right in the thick of it. So all of the units are self-managed and that includes units that are two family, three family and even four family, again, all bought for 35,000 or less.   Michael: And what are the rents that you're seeing on these types of properties?   Pam: Yep. So for a house, that's a four family that well, that particular one is all studios. So of course, the rents there are going to be a lot less, so that's 850 each for a house…   Michael: Wait, wait, wait, wait, sorry, timeout back one second, 850 each on per unit on a four family that you bought for 30 35,000?   Pam: Yeah, for 26,000, yes, that particular one.   Michael: I've been thinking about people talking and saying there's you can't find properties that are the 1% that meet the 1% rule. This is like the 678 percent rule.   Pam: And that's why I encourage folks to come to come to my smart cousin.com where I will hold you by the hand and help you not only find these, but much more importantly than just like, hey, that one there? How about that one? But to really evaluate them and see, does it meet? What I hope is a set of criteria that you've given some thought to? So for instance, you asked me a really important question, which is do I self-manage? That's a question that anyone should think about, do they have the ability to self-manage and moreover, do they have any interest in self managing or do they think that's going to lead them to hate all of humanity and…   Michael: A one way ticket…   Pam: One way ticket straight to? Why am I already 30 years of my life before I was headed downstairs? So that's how they're built. Don't do it, don't do it, turn it over to someone else, pay someone else to 10% 12%, even 15% to do the property management. But if you're built for it, then go ahead and do it. So that's one. Second is are you looking at long term rentals, which is what I do? Are you looking at short term rentals, meaning the Airbnb ease of the world? If so, well, then we need to look at a different set of properties. Are you looking to have something have tenants essentially under your feet, in other words, a to family where they're next door to you or underneath, right underneath you? So those are the kinds of questions to think about before you just run in and buy the first thing that you say.   Michael: Yeah, that makes a ton of sense and such great tidbits and advice, but I'm so sorry, I interrupted you because I would just like my mind exploded. You have to forgive me. I hope it didn't get too much on the screen here.   Pam: Oh, no, no, not at all…   Michael: So, that was your for family lower rent at 850. A unit studio? Let's get that. Let's jump back to other side….   Pam: Yes, right. Okay, so probably the standard size is going to be your three bath, three bedroom, one bathroom, right and so that I have a lot of those and I suppose the lowest cost one is 1025 and there I just keep it there because it's, you know, a great family. They've lived there a long time and I'm not interested in changing anything for them. But I have another one where someone just moved in and that's 1500.   Michael: So that you bought for 28,000-30,000?   Pam: Right, that I bought for that one within a paper that one 345, 345. So yeah, it's a it's good pickings right now, but like anything, you just have to stay strongly tethered to the ground planning for other variabilities that could occur in the market for the two family that I have there. That's two beds, one bath, and that rent is 1000 for each. So I guess I just say that to say that in the north east. Generally the rents are going to be higher however, prices I mentioned a couple of states earlier, I mentioned Ohio and I think I mentioned Michigan and so certainly the Midwest is many, many more houses for the price of a car prices for rent are lower. But that said, Certainly you would target I think, the Midwest for a good solid multifamily, perhaps a three family that you might buy in that 40 $45,000 neighborhood. This is and then it won't hurt as much to have those lower rents.   Michael: Right, this is amazing. Pam, what are some of the risks or the downsides that either you've seen or learned about that folks should be aware of and hope to help mitigate?   Pam: Absolutely, so the risks, certainly one risk. You mentioned this earlier, when you asked about obtaining a loan and I would say more broadly, the risk is ensuring that you have sufficient cash to whether all of a sudden something is needed on that house, oops, I thought I could just put something to repair this roof and in fact, what do you know the roofer went up there, he said, it's like an eight layer cake made of asphalt shingles and so now I've actually have to replace that roof at a large cost or some other thing. So that's one risk is that you need to have the pocketbook, or access to a home equity line of credit or some other string to pull on. A second risk is how you start. I don't advise anyone to start in the deeper end of the pool, deeper and meaning, let's say auctions, auctions are site on scene, you are not able, at least not legally to go into the house and see it…   Michael: I think it might be a story there…   Pam: …And see it, it is Buyer beware. So I would never advise someone to do that as their very first house. Start instead with you mentioned MLS, lots listed on MLS, start their land banks, they will allow you most of them anyway, to go inside and bring someone with you to tour the home. I'd say another one, I suppose if I had this to do over again and so like a 2020 hindsight, it's think about when you're looking at homes, if something is in a much better neighborhood, or has some other vein of silver running through it, for instance, it is in a commercially zoned area. But maybe it costs a little bit more not a ton more. So for instance, it doesn't costs 55,000 Instead of cost 65. This thing that's a little better, I would have, I would say to young Pam Hill isn't worried. Those are what you should target the ones where you've got to spring for a little more and the reason why is even though that 10,000 or 15,000 will seem like a lot in the moment, the appreciation value is significantly higher. So that is something I would suggest to folks as well, to not just pick as many as you can dollar store style. But to instead look at where it makes sense to go a little bit higher, and that includes more multi families. 2-3-4 families are always going to be a little better than a single family because that is just one piece of infrastructure in the case of the roof. In the case of the sidewalk in front of the house versus two, I've also found that with multifamily is oftentimes the person who is living in unit one, as soon as unit two becomes empty, they refer you to a friend of family or someone else for unit two and that way you have a self-reinforcing mechanism for rent being paid by both parties because neither wants to see the other get into the terrible shape.   Michael: That is very interesting, that's very interesting. Pam on the property that you purchased, and I think I know the answer, but I'm going to ask it anyhow. What has the appreciation been like because as investors we talk about cash flow or appreciation, it tends to not be both or that's what kind of land somewhere in the middle. So what have you seen with your properties thus far?   Pam: That's a great question and it even gets back a little bit to the other question around the risks. So I would say First answering the question, the appreciation is not as high when you are buying for the price of a car and thus that is also the risk. If you are looking for a flip opportunity, you would do better to buy your standard $200,000 home, for instance, that is in a $400,000 neighborhood and needs $80,000 worth of work, you are going to be able to obtain, maybe not from a percentage perspective, you might not think, gee, that's returning as much, but absolute dollars are what matter in that example, not the percentage. So percentage wise, my houses have all appreciated quite a lot relative to others to the tune of two or three or even four times as much but think how low the base is. So those houses are really two things. Thing one is cashflow, thing two is lottery ticket for appreciation value. So as a for instance, the houses that I own in Wilmington, Delaware, I would imagine that when the Joseph R Biden library is built, I'm presuming that is going to happen in Wilmington, Delaware. Given President Biden's long experience there as a senator, that neighborhood is going to see some significant appreciation value. So that's where I see the upside, should there be a cash sale as it were of these houses. Something else that you can consider this is more of a risk. But it is something that you can consider when you buy a number of houses that have a common macroeconomic theme to them, like house for price of car, you can think about either a real estate investment trusts, so putting them under a REIT, or putting them under a hedge fund and for those investors who are interested in that higher level of return, you mentioned the 1% versus the six or seven, those investors kind of like low, low investment grade high yield bonds, might have some interest in that kind of portfolio and that can be another way to both obtain cash flow, or certainly to, to get out of the market as it were all together without selling them off one at a time.   Michael: Interesting and this has been so eye opening and so insightful. We chatted before we hit record last time we spoke about some of the things that you're doing to be an advocate for some of your tenants and people might hear that and think well, how can I be an advocate as a landlord and also have a tenant relationship? It seems almost counterintuitive, so can you speak to a little bit of the work you're doing?   Pam: I'd say first is that I do it, I do it because I feel driven to do it. In the same way that the community that I focus on mission wise is black and brown people, women, but certainly there's room under the tent for everyone. But I think about who has been disenfranchised, certainly by FHA and others, some many decades ago and still there's some of that rattling around in our system. So as I think about tenant rights, there are two in particular in Delaware that I'm passionate about. One of them says that you should not be able to discriminate against a tenant, because they receive a Housing Choice Voucher. In other words, because they receive section eight, it is legal to do that to advertise your home and say I do not accept section eight. That strikes me as a very strange, legal rule, since it is not legal to discriminate for other reasons, including economic source, I certainly couldn't tell a nurse your money doesn't spend here, missy, where are the firefighters? That's who I want. So it strikes me as the same with that and so I am advocating for that. A second one is a right to paid representation for very low income tenants who are facing eviction. This is a one year pilot of sorts that Delaware is looking to implement and that I approach from a perspective of fairness. It seems only fair, that folks who more than likely cannot afford not just a lawyer, but even a day off work to come to the eviction hearing in the first place. It seems only fair that some sort of representation for them just the same way that it's within my scope, should be available and second is from a landlord perspective, my hope is that with that representation, and usually it would not be a lawyer, it would be some sort of legal advocate. But the hope is that, that gives the tenant someone else to listen to, rather than thinking, Oh, Pam Hill, you're just talking your book, I do not want to listen to what you have to say, I'll just take my chances in front of the judge. But by hearing another person, look over their case and tell them, You owe the grant. It's just that simple. Let's work out an arrangement to make a payment. I think that that could help us both, so that's the reason that I am behind these.   Michael: It makes so much sense and it is so interesting, and frankly startling to hear that these laws exist, and it does seem so punitive to the tenant and so I really applaud you and thank you for being such an advocate for your tenants and I'm sure that they appreciate it as well. So keep up the good work.   Pam: Yes. Thank you, thank you.   Michael: Absolutely. Well, Pam, this as I've been saying it the whole show, the whole episode has been so interesting, so insightful. So much fun. Thank you again, for coming on. If people want to learn more about you want to learn more about my smart cousin, where's the best place for them to do so?   Pam: Come to my M Y, smart S M A R T cousin C O U S I N.com. Certainly follow me on instagram or twitter with the handle @mysmartcousin. If you go to my site, you'll be able to see a couple of things. One is a free eBook. Second are free webinars that I do and then third, paid courses. So look forward to seeing you there. Look forward to helping you on this journey. Please take action, even if you listen, and then tune out from any sort of hand holding from me or anyone else as quite alright. Just get going on your slice of this American Pie.   Michael: Love it. Pam, thank you again. I'm sure we'll be chatting soon. Take care, alright!   Pam: Thanks so much, Michael.   Michael: Okay, everyone. That was our show a big thank you to Pam super, super interesting story and pretty amazing what she's been able to accomplish at the price points that she has really amazing stuff and really cool work that she's doing being a Tenant Advocate where she invests locally. As always, we would love to hear feedback from you all on things that you'd like to hear future episodes on and the reviews are really helpful for us. We look forward to seeing our next one. Happy investing…

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
127 Tips for Staying Put, Wilmington NC, Tornado Fan, Flood Stages, TPMS

Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 31:41


What if you're NOT Built to Go, but instead Built to Stay Put? That's fine! Here are some tips to make your stay better. We'll also visit Wilmington, NC, try out the RoadPro Tornado Fan, learn about how to forecast floods, and tell a tale that's not for everyone.  FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), Twitter (@colofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.) She's still a work in progress... Resource Recommendation - NOAA Flood Stages A rich resource for predicting flood levels and learning if you'll be effected. http://water.weather.gov Product Review: RoadPro Tornado Fan Portable and powerful, this fan is great for directional flow, but loud and not good for more than one person https://amzn.to/3HFVuRX Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way. 

Highlands Bunker
E181 - Kathy v Kathy Pt. 3: They Witnessed, She Did

Highlands Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 39:11


After a false start in Wilmington, the Kathy McGuiness Trial has resumed in Dover. Join us through a Thompson-esque journey through employee categorization, document management, and the ol Steve Wood razzle dazzle.

Catholic Forum
One of us podcast: William Hamant

Catholic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 17:18


“One of Us” is a brief snapshot of people who support the Catholic church in various ways in the Diocese of Wilmington. We will regularly feature people who may be recognizable within their parish communities.

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
New Hanover County Economic Mobility Report and Strategy for 2022

Wilmington Chamber of Commerce

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 16:29


Join us for a three-part conversation about New Hanover County's latest economic mobility report, the Wilmington region's assets driving economic growth, and the primary target industries in southeastern North Carolina. Our guests in this series include New Hanover County's Chief Strategy Officer, Jennifer Rigby, President at Greenfield Development, Robin Spinks, and the Wilmington Chamber's VP of Small Business Retention & Expansion, Josh Hallingse, and the chamber's president & CEO, Natalie English.

Hamilton County Ohio Social Service News
Cooling Centers to Keep Cool During Extreme Heat

Hamilton County Ohio Social Service News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022


The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued an Excessive Heat Watch for our region today, June 14 through Wednesday, June 15 with dangerously hot conditions and heat index values up to 109. The expected hot weather will make heat related illnesses a very real and dangerous threat especially for Read More Shared by Becca Doris June 14, 2022

CoastLine
CoastLine: The women of Alpha Kappa Alpha on the commitment to service and what that looks like in Wilmington, NC

CoastLine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 50:00


The women who join Alpha Kappa Alpha make a commitment to a lifetime of service. How that service is delivered and what the areas of focus are might differ from generation to generation and from city to city, but the end goal is the same: empowerment and expanded possibility for underserved people. Chrystal Fray and Jhaniqua Palmer are members of AKA's Wilmington chapter.

#WakeUpCLT To Go
Charlotte leaders approve $215M plan to upgrade Spectrum Center

#WakeUpCLT To Go

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 1:52


Charlotte City Council approved a $215 million plan to upgrade Spectrum Center in Uptown. As part of the plan, the Hornets' practice facility will move out of the arena and across the street, where the Charlotte Transit Center is located. The city will now build an underground transit center where the current CATS transit center is. The new facility will be used until 2045 at least. Voters in South Carolina head to the polls today for the 2022 primary election. Tradesha Woodard has the latest on how voters can make their ballot count, and we have an update on two Charlotte homicide suspects who were arrested near Wilmington, North Carolina. For the latest breaking news, weather and traffic alerts, download the WCNC Charlotte mobile app. Watch Wake Up Charlotte each weekday morning from 4:30 to 7 a.m. on WCNC Charlotte, and join the conversation on social media using #WakeUpCLT!

Divorce, Healthy!
Life advice from a Divorce Attorney: Red Flags During Process Selection

Divorce, Healthy!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 54:23


This season of Divorce, Healthy! is going to look a little different than the last two seasons. Host Ashley-Nicole Russell is calling the theme, “Life Advice from a Divorce Attorney.” In this third season of the podcast, Ashley-Nicole will be flying solo to give out her top tips gained from her time as a child of divorce, a divorcee herself, and a divorce attorney.  In this episode, Ashley-Nicole gives a thorough overview of how the divorce process developed in the United States, as well as the different paths that divorce can take. Fortunately, collaborative family law and shared parenting allow for a much smoother process today than in the past. Aside from extreme situations, she believes those tools can be instrumental in a successful divorce.  “It is still possible for every situation to reach a resolution outside of court if both parties are committed to it,” Ashley-Nicole says.  She emphasizes that attorneys are public servants to advise and guide, but ultimately, the big decisions should be made by the client — that extends to what kind of attorney is hired. Fierce litigators should be hired for harder custody battles, while more collaborative attorneys are great for settlements outside of court.  “In your case, you are the decision-maker. You are still captaining the ship. You have hired an attorney so that they can advise you on the law and the process options that are available to you, but you are still the person making the decisions,” she says.  Tune in to this episode of Divorce, Healthy! with Ashley-Nicole Russell, Collaborative Attorney serving Beaufort, Raleigh, Greenville, and Wilmington, NC.

UBC News World
Wilmington, MA Sports Nutrition Specialist | Maintain Your Gains With A New Diet

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 2:03


Mark Ferrara Fitness is reaching out to the Wilmington area to help you get the body of your dreams with his personal training and meal planning service. To learn more, visit https://markferrarafitness.com (https://markferrarafitness.com)

Catholic Forum
Catholic Forum, June 11, 2022 - Fr. Evers and Ms. Lindsey discuss the Eucharistic Revival

Catholic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 29:43


On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a newsbrief from The Dialog and music from Beth Nielson Chapman's "Hymns" CD, we will learn about the National Eucharistic Revival and the special Corpus Christi Mass and Eucharistic Procession in Wilmington, when Father Glenn Evers and Ms. Colleen Lindsey are interviewed. 

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
Christian Metal, and 'The Whole Christ' by Sinclair Ferguson

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 59:48


From 2007-2010, I worked as a billing clerk for a trucking company, R+L Carriers. For the first several months, I was stationed at the Wilmington, Ohio headquarters. One of only two male billing clerks in the department, the other guy was a huge fan of Insane Clown Posse. We didn't talk much. A Christian heavy metal group called Demonhunter in particular paired well back then with commuting on my motorcycle until they gave me permission to work remotely from home. It was like a dose of masculinity offsetting what otherwise felt just a touch effeminate about what I did for a living - not least because my dad and one of my brothers-in-law were truck drivers there. Yet the older I get, the less sustainable the intensity of Demonhunter feels. For one, I think this is because I'm getting more easily tired the older I get. For another, I realize more the older I get that greater carefulness is needed in addressing complex, high-stakes situations and issues. More than intense emotion is required of me. Still, every now and then, I turn on this heavy stuff as a kind of palate cleanser, especially if an opposite sentiment like meekness, gentleness, kindness, patience seems as though it's been stressed overmuch in recent engagements. But I also think of where James says we should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry. And I'm just not convinced a steady diet of angry music is any more helpful than committing to a steady diet of some other sentimental fare. Solomon writes in Ecclesiastes that there is a time and season for everything under heaven. That includes – to my mind, at least – a time to get angry and make just war. But that doesn't mean you want to become the theological equivalent of a Norseman berserker, unable to distinguish friend from foe, swinging wildly in all directions just because there's a war on. The same holds true for other sentimental imbalances. I'm reminded of a line from John Reuben's album ‘The Boy vs. The Cynic.' “And entertainers sing of extremes that don't exist for you and me.” Where James says the anger of man does not bring about the righteous life God desires, we do well to consider whether other emotional states do. I mean this as a sincere question. All the while, I suspect the answer is in the negative. We clearly are emotional beings. God made us that way. There's no sense apologizing for it. Moreover, I believe our being emotional is part of what it means that we are created in His image. So setting a goal of showing no emotion is not good. Instead, our goal should be to feel the appropriate emotion for each situation based on what is good and true. If I'm right about that, we should guard our hearts. We should take regular inventory of the emotions we're feeling and being influenced to feel – by music, imagery, words, relationships, décor, festivities, press releases, the news cycle, and even by God's Word. Just like we should be weighing whether we are thinking rightly about God and one another, or any other object or event, we should also be weighing whether we are feeling rightly. This holds true even of the recent book by Sinclair Ferguson I read, 'The Whole Christ,' concerned with, as the subtitle says, 'Legalism, Antinomianism, and Gospel Assurance—Why the Marrow Controversy Still Matters.' It's not hard to see how emotions ran high where discussions of the proper order of operations discussing the Law, Grace, Works, Salvation, and the Gospel were concerned. Controversy arose in relation to the pseudonymously published work by a certain E.F., titled 'The Marrow of Modern Divinity.' Yet all the more rather than less, works like this can prove instructive regarding the need not only to keep close watch over our doctrine and conduct, but also to regulate our emotional responses to ideas, works, and disagreement about the same. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support

The Mega Man Podcast
Episode 244 - Slic Vic

The Mega Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 100:39


Please Rate and Review on Apple Podcast also leave some stars on Spotify as well everyone.This episode I sit down to interview Harbor Area Legend from Wilmington,Ca the man himself Slic Vic but I like to call him “ Mr. Renaissance Man “

PaintTalks's podcast
Ep 88 Kelsey Howard Art

PaintTalks's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:58


Our PaintTalks Podcast guest today is Kelsey Howard of Kelsey Howard Art. After years of balancing life as a nurse and a budding art career, Kelsey is now a full-time artist based in Wilmington, North Carolina. She creates original art and sells prints of her favorite subjects: colorful women, with her new collection of ladies coming in July 2022.  https://www.kelseyhowardart.com https://www.facebook.com/KelseyHowardArt/ https://www.instagram.com/kelseyhowardart/

HR Like a Boss
65. HR Like a Boss with Jenn Forgac

HR Like a Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 14:16


We're nearing the end of the second season of HR Like a Boss, and to finish off this amazing season, we are excited to continue our series of interviewing the Willory team with Jenn Forgac! Jenn is an HR Generalist at Willory, with over 15 years of experience, and in the words of John Bernatovicz she is "one of the kindest and smartest HR professionals that I know." Hear her insights on hiring and recruiting, EQ, and all things HR on this episode of HR Like a Boss! About Jenn Almost since Willory's founding, Jennifer (Jenn) Forgac, PHR, SHRM-CP, has been a friend of the firm and officially joined Willory in September 2021 as an HR Generalist. For Willory, Jenn manages our internal talent attraction, onboarding, professional development, and student programs. For over 15 years, Jenn has worked as a HR generalist and business partner in organizations ranging from for-profit to non-profit, and small business to fortune 500 companies. She has a decade of HR leadership experience, primarily in the non-profit sector. Jenn graduated from Immaculata University in 2005 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Business Administration. She continuously seeks out opportunities to learn and grow as an HR practitioner and is dedicated to creating great work experiences for everyone. Jenn earned and has maintained her PHR (2010) and SHRM-CP (2015) certifications. Jenn is passionate about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. She is a graduate of the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio's LeadDIVERSITY program. She holds a Certificate of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace from the University of South Florida's Corporate Training and Professional Education. Originally from Wilmington, DE, she moved to the greater Cleveland area with her husband in 2012. Together they have two young children. When Jenn is not practicing HR, you will probably find her in the garden, jogging, or hiking trails in the Cleveland Metroparks. If you're looking to geek out about D&D and Star Wars, just ask Jenn! About HR Like a Boss HR Like a Boss centers around the concept that with the right passion to be and think different, HR and business professionals can do amazingly awesome HR. People who do HR like a boss understand business concepts, what makes people tick, and how to approach HR as more than a compliance or cost center. This podcast builds the foundation for John Bernatovicz's upcoming book, "HR Like a Boss." If you're ready to take your HR career to the next level, this is the podcast for you. Share any comments with bridgette@willory.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/willory/message

Your Iconic Image
Your Iconic Image : The Head That Wears The Crown

Your Iconic Image

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 29:55


Carli Batson - Miss North Carolina 2021 / Miss North Carolina Scholarship Organization Originally from Wilmington, North Carolina & a current senior at Appalachian State University, Carli studies communication; Public Relations and minors in Theatre Arts. Her passion lies within the arts & she has dedicated her reign as Miss North Carolina 2021 to serving communities across North Carolina, specifically local art communities. Carli has raised over $35,000 for rural theatre communities with her social impact initiative, Carolina Cares. She is proud to be a first generation college graduate this May and a debt free one, thanks to the Miss North Carolina and Miss America Organizations. Instagram - @missamericanc  Website - http://missnc.org (missnc.org) www.marlanasemenza.com Audio : Ariza Music Productions Transcription : Vision In Word Marlana    Carli Batson has experienced the past year as Miss North Carolina 2021, originally from Wilmington and a current senior at Appalachian State University, clearly appropriately studies communication, public relations and minors in theater arts since that's where her passion lies. She is proud to be a first generation college graduate in May 2022. And a debt free one thanks to the Miss North Carolina and Miss America organizations. Welcome Carli.    Carli    Hi, thank you so much for having me today. Well, I'm so so excited to do this.    Marlana    So here's the thing. June of 2021, they announced your name, you win a title and you get thrown into the public eye. What has been the best part of that? Oh,    Carli    my goodness, that's such a hard question to start off with. But I get this question quite often. And what I always say and what will probably always be my answer is the amount of people that I've been able to meet, but the amount of different types of people I've been able to meet, in one weekend, I could be at the poetry Jubilee, and then at a senior citizen center, and then reading to students. And you know, you never get to really understand how broad our state is, as a community and how, how different we are and how special and unique that is, until you're kind of in a position like this. So I've been super, super grateful for that. And being able to make so many connections this year, and hopefully, some professional connections going forward. And it's just the journey of being myself. I think, in this conversation, we'll get into it more. But that's what a lot of people forget. When the crown gets put on your head, or you get an amazing opportunity, they forget that you're an actual human being with actual real human being problems, too. So it's been difficult to balance everything, especially still being a full time student. I'm graduating in a couple of days from Appalachian State. So being able to balance everything has been kind of chaotic, but I couldn't have done it without the amazing support system I have, and how welcoming our state has been of myself, even with all the challenges that I brought to my, to the table on my own.    Marlana    So what do you think, has been the most difficult part of the job or the part that you wish that you had been either better prepared for or better warned about?    Carli    Right. So I think in today's society as a whole, the role of a title holder, especially in the Miss America organization, has turned from, she's still a social advocate in her community, but even more, so she has to be able to display that on social media, and almost become more of an influencer on social media. So that was something I was completely uncomfortable with. Moving into this role, I didn't have that pretty much of a social media presence to begin with. I wasn't super comfortable talking and being candid and transparent on social media. So at the...

CoastLine
CoastLine: Scott Davis on Wilmington Theater and a film career from Firestarter to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

CoastLine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 50:00


Scott Davis started his professional film career as a set painter on Firestarter in the early 1980s. He also landed a small part in that project, and for almost four more decades, he continued what he calls his gypsy life as professional film crew member. He picked up a StarNews lifetime achievement award in 2019 for enduring contribution to Wilmington theater, which he shares with his brother-from-another-mother, Jeff Loy.

Catholic Forum
Catholic Forum, June 4, 2022 - Fr. Bill Hazzard talks about the life of a retired priest

Catholic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 29:44


On this episode of Catholic Forum, after news from The Dialog, and we sample a song from Paul Tate's "Let All Creation Sing" CD, we will talk with Father William Hazzard, a retired priest of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington. Ordained in 1963, Father has seen a lot of changes in the Church and has worked dilegently to serve the people of God - work that he continues today. You can support the retired priests of the Diocese of Wilmington by your contirbution to the special collection the weekend of June 4/5 in the churches of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore. 

Social Media with the DE Divah -aka- The Delaware Blogger
4 Quick Tips for Podcast Interviews

Social Media with the DE Divah -aka- The Delaware Blogger

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 10:48


Today is episode #300, last episode of Season 6 and I am sharing 4 quick tips for podcast interviews.1: Be Organized - make the flow of the show run smoothly by sending your guest a release or registration form which you will use to create a Q&A Script.  Know your guest, how they wish to be addressed and stay on topic but build in time for ad libbing and follow up questions.2. Send questions in advance so that your guest won't be caught off guard or not have a response for a question.  Stick with question within the niche of your guest's field of expertise as you have to deliver on your promise to your listeners.3. Script out your introduction; for example, along with the questions, how do they wish to be addressed and the correct pronunciation of their name if it is unique.4.  Always thank your guest and allow them to leave the links to their website/blog or other social media platforms.Remember to always ask your guest to share the episode after it has been published so that you can expand and broaden your brand.Today's episode is being sponsored by 2nd Annual Comic Artist and Creators coming to Wilmington on August 5th & 6th.Send an email to info@ablakeenterprises.com if you wish to receive a copy of the Podcast Guest Release/Registration Form.Check out Blk Pod Festival for more information on this amazing organization!Make sure to share this episode to your fans and followers.Support the show

America at War
131 The Civil War: The US Navy Finishes the Job

America at War

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 26:01


In this episode we finish telling the story of the naval contributions to the Civil War. The story concentrates on the campaigns to close the final Confederate ports open to blockade runners - Charleston, South Carolina, Mobile, Alabama, and Wilmington, North Carolina. The naval forces of both sides made important contributions to their respective war efforts.  Have a question, comment, or compliment? Contact us at americawarpodcast@gmail.com. You can also leave comments and your questions on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/americaatwarpodcast/. Thanks for listening!  

WCTV Podcasting
Wilmington Writes - Episode 8: Riley Maibor

WCTV Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 6:49


On this episode of Wilmington Writes, Riley Maibor shares a poem entitled: "A Thousand Nights". Riley recently entered this poem in the Wilmington Memorial Library Poetry Contest and it won Honorable Mention! Riley is also working on a book that we hope to feature on this podcast once it is completed! Congratulations to Riley and all the winners of the Wilmington Memorial Library Poetry Contest!

Carolinas Luxury Real Estate
Emerging Markets Report for Wilmington, NC

Carolinas Luxury Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 10:10


On today's episode #59, we talk with Marshall Pickett about the Emerging Markets for Wilmington, NC.  You can find more Information on the firm at www.ivesterjackson.com.  Marshall Pickett Email: marshall@ijcoastal.com Phone: 910.619.8710

Actors Group: Conversations on Craft
Episode 33: No Is a Complete Sentence: A conversation with Kristina Arjona about the role of an intimacy coordinator

Actors Group: Conversations on Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 103:39


Towards the end of my conversation with Kristina Arjona, she said, “Nothing has hit me on the spiritual level that intimacy coordinating has.” And I believed her because I had just spent the last hour and 45 minutes talking to her about her role in the industry. It quickly became clear that she is so very passionate about what she does.  She is on a mission to empower actors and to increase the sense of safety for all on set. As she says, “let's make sure that everyone can go home feeling empowered by what they're doing.” When she says everyone, she means it. It doesn't matter who you are, what you look like, or even how big of a star you are. Kristina is there for all of us.  Honestly her passion is contagious, and I know that with her presence (or the presence of any certified intimacy coordinator) on set we can all breathe a sigh of relief. So, I hope that you enjoy my conversation with Kristina as much as I did.  About KristinaKristina Arjona is a certified Intimacy Coordinator through Intimacy Professionals Association. Her latest credits include "George & Tammy" (starring Jessica Chastain and Michael Shannon) and "One True Loves" (starring Simu Liu and Phillipa Soo). Kristina spent 10 years working in the Atlanta film industry as an actor, director, and 1st AD before moving into intimacy coordinating. She graduated with a BFA in Acting and BA in Theatrical Design and Production from Elon University before moving into film and now works in both Atlanta and Wilmington. Kristina is deeply passionate about protecting and educating actors about their rights in intimate scenes, as well as educating filmmakers and universities on industry standards regarding intimate scenes. She uses her skills on both sides of the lens to increase effective communication and safety for everyone involved. Proudly queer and Latina, Kristina is particularly passionate about working with material involving queer stories, BIPOC characters, and trauma-informed care in sexual violence-related scenes.  Learn more about Kristina Arjonahttps://www.kristinaarjona.comhttps://www.atlintimacycoordinator.comhttps://pro.imdb.com/name/nm6223011/aboutFollow her on IG @Kristina.Arjona & @ATLIntimacyCoordinator Intimacy Coordinator workshops and traininghttps://www.intimacyprofessionalsassociation.comhttps://www.intimacyprofessionalsassociation.com SAG/AFTRA Resourceshttps://www.sagaftra.org/files/sa_documents/SAG-AFTRA_quickguide_intimscenes_F2.pdfhttps://www.sagaftra.org/files/sa_documents/Sex_Nudity_and_You_FINAL.pdfhttps://www.sagaftra.org/videos/intimacy-coordinators-updatehttps://www.sagaftra.org/files/sa_documents/SA_IntimacyCoord.pdf  If you want to chat or ask questions about the episode go to FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/446862949543735 and visit the group site. Follow me:IG @tarmeydanielle Twitter @TarmeyDanielle imdb.me/danielletarmey  

Raising Sinners
What BAGS are your kids carrying? With Chris Sasser

Raising Sinners

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 29:17


We're thrilled to have Chris Sasser with us again on the Raising Sinners Podcast. Chris has been around kids for a while now, serving as youth pastor for many years and now as pastor of Family Ministries at Port City Community Church in Wilmington, NC.  Whether it's his own kids or a student at the church, he sees up close and personal what kids are up against today and how many are struggling with identity.  Aren't we all? The world is telling us one thing, we're struggling to believe what God's word says about us.  And the cycle continues.    In this episode, Chris shares how his passion to help people embrace their true identity in Christ and live a life for God, led him to write his very first book, BAGS.   BAGS was written to help parents lead their kids into a more emotionally, relationally, and spiritually healthy life.  What bags do kids pick up as they grow? How can we help them unpack these bags? And what are the long-lasting negative impacts of these bags.  How can we help them lighten the load?   Chris shares the 8 most common bags kids grab, put on and oftentimes wear into adulthood.    Listen in for a candid, and engaging conversation as well as how to ask the question to your child…”What bags are you carrying?”   Here's how you can get in touch with Chris: www.Equipandencourage.com Sass@equipandencourage.com Instagram: @csasser Order his new book, “BAGS: Helping Your Kids Lighten the Load” www.thebagsbook.com   We hope you enjoy and are encouraged by this episode of Raising Sinners! God bless you!   Lisa and Chrissie   Hit subscribe, and please tell your friends! Help us share the word! And we'd love to hear from you.  If you LOVE what you hear, please throw us some stars!!! ***** and write a review!   Instagram - @talkwithchrissieandlisa www.lisaclarkspeaks.com www.chrissiedunham.org “Raising Sinners” available on Amazon and barnesandnoble.com   (Lisa Clark and Chrissie Dunham host Raising Sinners, a podcast launched September 2021 on Christian Parenting's Podcast Network.  Lisa is the author of the book, “Raising Sinners” and she and Chrissie co-host The Wonder Podcast, as well. Check it out!)

Dr. Gameshow
88. Heyday

Dr. Gameshow

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 81:32


Hosts Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno play listener-created games with callers and very special guest co-host Dr. Manuel Moreno (Manolo's dad)!Games played: Rated D for Dolly Parton submitted by Mr. B and his “Queen Bs” (his homeroom) from Kenosha, Wisconsin, Dr. Themesong submitted by Alex from Hollister, California sometimes, and Dr. Ice Cream with rules by Hilson Reidpath from Okinawa, JapanCallers: Jordan from Seattle, Washington; Brentt from Wilmington, North Carolina; Koda from Seattle, Washington; Vivian from San Francisco, California; Madison & Nate from Jackson Heights, Queens, New York; Delfi from Winchester, England, UKOutro theme ocarina cover by Tim from Bothell, WashingtonThis episode sponsored by:  Magic Spoon - Go to magicspoon.com/GAMESHOW and use the code GAMESHOW to save $5 off!Every Plate - Go to everyplate.com and enter code GAMESHOW179 to get started with EveryPlate for just $1.79 per meal!

Carolina Weather Group
Hurricane season starts with Alex threat? [Ep. 413]

Carolina Weather Group

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 29:18


Wednesday marks the start of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. A tropical disturbance near the Yucatan Peninsula could become this year's first named storm. If named, it would become Alex. The tropical disturbance is expected to move over Florida before bringing the possibility of rough surf, rip currents, and erosion to the coasts of both North Carolina and South Carolina this weekend. The storm system, regardless of strength, will remain offshore thanks to a cold front advancing across the United States. However that same cold front brings a marginal (tier 1 out of 5) risk of severe weather to coastal Carolina Friday. These storms will be powered by continued hot temperatures across the Southeast. The main severe weather threat Friday will be damaging winds, lightning, and heavy rain for locations including, but not limited to, Savannah, Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Wilmington and the Outer Banks. On this week's Carolina Weather Group, our panel looks at the upcoming tropical and severe weather forecast. Plus a behind the scenes visit to the National Hurricane Center in Miami with director Ken Graham. LEAVE A TIP: https://streamelements.com/carolinawxgroup/tip SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/carolinaweather SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://patreon.com/carolinaweathergroup VISIT OUR WEBSITE: https://carolinaweathergroup.com The Carolina Weather Group operates a weekly talk show of the same name. Broadcasting each week from the Carolinas, the show is dedicated to covering weather, science, technology, and more with newsmakers from the field of atmospheric science. With co-hosts across both North Carolina and South Carolina, the show may closely feature both NC weather and SC weather, but the topics are universally enjoyable for any weather fan. Join us as we talk about weather, environment, the atmosphere, space travel, and all the technology that makes it possible. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/carolinaweather/message

Barron's Live
Spotlight on the Sun Belt

Barron's Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 30:49


Remote work has lured many U.S. buyers to the Sun Belt, where they can find more space for less. Sun Belt cities account for several of the top 10 luxury destinations on The Wall Street Journal/Realtor.com's most recent Emerging Housing Markets Index, including the No. 1 luxury locale on the list: Wilmington, North Carolina. Join Mansion Global and market experts. 

Suburban Warrior
070 | How to Help Our Teens Cope & Understand Mental Health | Interview with Michelle Dolan

Suburban Warrior

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 41:42


Parenting is not an easy job. The pandemic has affected all of us, especially our teens. My guest today is sharing her expertise in working with teenagers and how we can help our kids get through this tough time. Michelle Dolan is a Certified Life Coach for Teen Girls and Young Women based in Wilmington, North Carolina. Starting her practice in 2012 in Nashville, TN, she helps teen girls manage stresses, sort through life's complications, and realize their strengths, value, and potential in the process.Michelle creates a safe, judgment-free space where your teen can ask her toughest questions, face her challenges, and journey to discover the greatness already within her. Check out Michelle's website www.teengirlcoach.com and find her on Instagram @teengirlcoach.As always, let us know what you thought of this episode! Don't forget to follow, rate, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. We'd also love for you to drop us a comment on Instagram @_suburban_warrior and join our Suburban Warrior FB Group to be a part of our Warrior Community!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/suburbanwarriorlife/Also, check out the Suburban Warrior Apparel Co. to get your SW Merch! Visit http://www.suburbanwarriorlife.com/ Warrior Up and Believe in You!Crissywww.crissypyfer.com

Seeds And Their People
Ep. 9: Anan Jardali Zahr's Palestinian Kitchen

Seeds And Their People

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 50:13


In this episode, Palestinian chef Anan Jardali Zahr describes her beloved foodways and ingredients, including Molokhia, Kusa, and Zaatar. Anan was born in Akka, Palestine and came to California at age 11, after the Six-Day War of 1967. She graduated from University of California at Berkeley's Department of Near Eastern Studies and attended Graduate School at West Chester University in the Department of Education. She and her family have lived in the Philadelphia area since 1980 where she previously taught in the school system. From 1995-2001, Anan had a Mediterranean restaurant in Wilmington, Delaware and she continues to share her love for Palestinian food through cooking demonstrations (which is how we first met, at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia) and through Instagram: @ananzahr   SEED STORIES TOLD IN THIS EPISODE: Palestinian Molokhia Palestinian Kusa Squash Lebanese Za'atar   MORE INFO FROM THIS EPISODE: Interviewee: Anan Zahr Anan on Instagram: @ananzahr Seeds and Their People: EP 5: RAU ĐAY, LALO, SALUYOT, EWEDU, MOLOKHIA, Mar 16, 2020 Ingredients Across Borders: Sumac at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia   ABOUT: Seeds And Their People is a radio show where we feature seed stories told by the people who truly love them. Hosted by Owen Taylor of Truelove Seeds and Chris Bolden-Newsome of Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram's Garden. trueloveseeds.com/blogs/satpradio   SUPPORT OUR PATREON! Become a monthly Patreon supporter! This will better allow us to take the time to record, edit, and share seed stories like these.   FIND OWEN HERE: Truelove Seeds Facebook  |  Tumblr  |  Instagram  |  Twitter   FIND CHRIS HERE: Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram's Garden   THANKS TO: Anan Jardali Zahr Maebh Aguilar Sara Taylor

The Oddcast Podcast
Sheri's Missing Time (Airdate 5/20/2022)

The Oddcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 33:30


Today's Oddcast - Sheri's Missing Time (Airdate 5/20/2022) On this episode of the Oddcast, Sheri tells a story she's shared with almost no one. Something that happened to her one winter night in Wilmington, NC. What began as a simple trip to the drugstore ended with panicked roommates and a confused Sheri - who could not account for the 3+ hours she'd been gone. She remembers everything up until the moment she was blinded by bright high beams bouncing off the rearview mirror of her car...and then suddenly she was home. Hours and hours and hours later. She's not shared this story with anyone - and not because it sounds crazy or made up. She doesn't share it because the memory of that night, fractured and inexplicable as it is, sends her into a queasy panic. She's telling it now because she knows that some of you are holding experiences like this inside...Believe it or don't. All we can tell you is, it happened. The Bob & Sheri Oddcast: Everything We Don't, Can't, Won't, and Definitely Shouldn't Do on the Show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Realest Podcast Ever
Black Male Bravado - #TRPE Ep. 203

The Realest Podcast Ever

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 113:28


TRPE Boys back in this thang on a Thursday once again to cover all the hot topics in news, politics, pop culture and beyond. Today the boys link to discuss the recent nitter nonsense with Lil Meech walkin himself into a fed case, Freddie Gibbs trolling catching up to him again, Kendricks lastest n greatest and The Supreme Court banning abortion. They also go in on gas prices breaking records and why America is DEEP FRIED as a nation. Be sure to check the guys out LIVE this weekend on Sunday May 22nd at The Queen in Wilmington, DE alongside CFTW Podcast. Click the link to get your tickets below. As always for more exclusive content and resources subscribe to us on Patreon and follow us on social media. Click the links below: •Patreon: https://patreon.com/officialtrpe •Grab Your Tour Tickets Here: https://officialtrpe.com (click the tour tab) •YouTube: https://youtube.com/TheRealestPodcastEver •Twitter: https://twitter.com/officialtrpe •Insta: https://instagram.com/officialtrpe •FB: https://facebook.com/TheRealestPodcastEver •Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/trpe?ref_id=12031

Drama Queens
You Brett Your Life w/Brett Claywell aka Tim Smith • EP221

Drama Queens

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 70:58


Brett Claywell aka Tim Smith is here, and he's rocking a man bun?!  Brett reveals how he got cast; he was knocking on doors in Wilmington delivering Domino's and at first someone else was playing Tim!?   Brett shares that his wife has never seen One Tree Hill and that he feels like being a Dad is his true calling. Cue the feels!    Plus, we're tying up loose ends as we prepare ourselves for the Season 2 Finale! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.