Making It in Asheville is a podcast dedicated to sharing advice on living, working, and creating in Asheville, NC. We interview the city's best entrepreneurs, freelancers, artists, and craftspeople and dig to get transferable skills to bring to your life, art, passion project, and business. https://makingitinasheville.com
Sermons from the weekly Sunday morning gathering at CBC in Arden NC
Hosted by Michele Scheve, Ali McGhee and Jake Frankel, Slumber Party has been Asheville's favorite hang out for several years when it comes to fun, crazy but heartfelt conversation on all things Asheville.
Asheville Magic Podcast
Podcast by Abby Auman
Welcome to Speaking of Travel! Host Marilyn Ball speaks to folks about their inspiring, uplifting & dreamy travel experiences. And today it's even more important than ever to dream big and make plans to travel again! So sit back and be carried away to places from around the world and from right here in your own backyard. No Passport Required!
Hosted by award-winning broadcasters Matt Mittan and Michele Scheve, the "Matt and Michele Outdoors" Radio Show is where you can hear stories and get tips, info and ideas about fishing, boating, hiking and camping and more in the Southern Appalachian Mountains and Foothills. You can also learn about - and learn from - leaders within the outdoor and nature related economy. Matt and Michele are based out of Asheville, NC.
The Podcast for Westminster Prebsyterian Church in Asheville, NC.
An Asheville based podcast featuring interviews with Asheville entrepreneurs, chefs, and artists and what it takes to be successful in Asheville.
Sharing stories of the past, present, and future of our beverage industry. Based out of Asheville, North Carolina.
We want to invite you to visit our website www.AccessChurchAVL.com and also to join us for our weekend services! "Loving People To Life"
A Catholic Young Adult Ministry of the Diocese of Charlotte
Welcome to the weekly audio podcast of Fellowship Asheville in Western North Carolina. We are a gospel-centered community creating environments where change is possible. To learn more us, visit our website at fellowshipwnc.com.
The Asheville Folk Podcast features noteworthy (and not so noteworthy) news, practical advice, interviews with local artists and entrepreneurs, and an insiders guide to what exactly it means to be an Asheville Folk. Join us weekly for inspiration, motivation, and lots of laughs as we explain what it's like to live in our southern yet liberal, hippie and sometimes redneck little town called Asheville. Keep up with us on instagram @ashevillefolk and check out our website ashevillefolk.com
Missio Dei Church exists to make disciples in Asheville and beyond for the glory of God. This podcast features original songs and rearranged hymns from gathered worship at Missio Dei Church.
Trinity Presbyterian Asheville Podcast featuring speaker Trinity Presbyterian Church
Divitia Realty is a real estate brokerage in Asheville, North Carolina. Follow along with us as we explore all the fun things that are happening in Western North Carolina. Call in to be apart of the conversation.
Asheville's weekly Real Estate radio show and podcast. Featured on Biz Radio Asheville & hosted by Ryan Marshall. Bringing you along for an inside look at the Real Estate industry by focusing on information that Agents, Buyers and Sellers all need to know.
WCQS Arts & Performance News
News Stories from BPR News.
Welcome to "The Veronica Edwards Show". On this radio show, we navigate general financial topics useful for your personal and business growth through unapologetic, honest, fun conversations with local for profit and non profit businesses owners and community leaders. The show debuts new episodes on Biz Radio Asheville (NC) on Fridays at 4:30PM. Listen to Biz Radio Asheville live by visiting www.BizRadioAsheville.com. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast so you never miss a single fun and inf ...
Every other week, Mark (co-owner) and Annelise (manager) guide listeners through happenings at Harvest Records in West Asheville, from hot new releases to special events to staff favorites to hilarious stories; plus one special guest interview per episode. Giving depth and character to what it means to be a part of one of the country's most well-respected record shops, and insight on what it means to live in present day Asheville North Carolina, "Sticker and Sleeve" will provide insider stor ...
"Best Of" Podcast: The Matt Mittan Show offers a community-focused platform to talk about anything and everything related to the greater Asheville area, Western NC and the State of NC, in a non-partisan way. This program airs on Biz Radio Asheville Monday-Thursday, 11am to 1pm and 3-6pm. To book an interview on the show email BizRadioBooking@gmail.com For station streaming, local networking and more - Text "Asheville" to 36260 for the station App!
What to know about buying and selling a home in Asheville, NC.
In the medical community, the term "anecdotal evidence" is used dismissively. But our lives as we live and experience them can be thought of as the stories we're writing every day. In his work as a psychiatrist, Daniel Johnson, MD has been deeply moved by the healing stories that have been shared with him over the years. Join him from his home in Asheville, NC where he shares long-form conversatons exploring the interesting and inspiring aspects to life's growth. His guests include practitio ...
Craft Beer Carolina is the weekly podcast that helps you discover and discuss the burgeoning Craft Beer industries and culture in the Carolinas. Hosted by industry experts, Jennifer Roland and Julian Buck, the show is produced by Muffuletta Media, LLC and based in Florence, South Carolina.
The Naked Eye Podcast is a show designed to help people learn how to see clearly with the naked eye. No glasses, no contacts, no laser eye surgeries… just natural vision improvement. Together we’ll explore the holistic side of eyecare and how natural alternatives like the Bates Method, Yoga, Meditation, Breathwork and more can give you healthier eyes, which leads to better eyesight and insight. Nathan Oxenfeld will be teaching you natural vision tips and vision enhancement practices, coverin ...
Busk Break is an ongoing field recording series documenting live performances by busking musicians and other street performers.
A show about entrepreneurs, city influencers, and the fascinating people that make up the fiber of this town we call Asheville. On each show I will sit down with a different person thats part of our awesome community and learn what they do, where they came from, what makes them unique, and why Asheville. I hope you enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Music and Interviews from Dr. Blues
Filling in the pieces
Synthetic Fiction = SynthFic Storytelling - workinprogress podcast
uncovering the world's loveliest music.
Shared Housing is a worldwide phenonmenon. Who shares housing? Why do they do it? We'll talk bi-weekly with folks who are exploring shared housing.
Listen to the latest sermons from Upward Christian Fellowship in Flat Rock, NC
A podcast about government and data. Telling stories from practitioners and academics about how data affects communities and the lives of residents.
Scenic Roots offers conversations that matter in the heart of Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley. From the mountains to the river, our conversations are rooted deep within every corner of our community - reflecting who we are, who we were and who we can become.
Artifications explores art scenes around the world. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, our goal is to make the international art world more accessible by examining an art scenes regional history and examining it in context. Check out our documentary series at www.Artifications.us
Thanks for stopping by the GoSmoky.com radio show! I'm Raymond Owens. My wife and I have visited the Smoky Mountains dozens of times, and we invite you to join us as we discuss the Smoky Mountains, and everything happening in the area. We also have tips and reviews of what to do and where to go. Call in or just listen.
The podcast of Melchizedek House of Prayer Missions Base. See http://www.mzhop.org for more information, including meeting times and prayer room hours.
Amateur Hour is a podcast dedicated to amateur soccer clubs in the southeast region of the United States. Featuring stories of gameday atmospheres along with coach and player interviews.
Hey welcome to the big will UFC corner. Where we talk about everything from UFC cards to latest happenings and interview in the UFC. Thanks for tuning in!
#ilovemywifepodcast is an entertainment show hosted by married couple Kelli and Anne. From exciting travelers to gay suburban moms in New Jersey, they have done it all. Weekly guests from comedy to music to theater to politics and don't forget cocktailing!
Craft beer. It’s not just a style of brewing, it’s a way of life. It’s about remaining true to core principles – staying small, self-ruling and selective. Things we toast — good vibes and solidarity. Stuff we spurn — corporate beasts and beer monopolies. We believe in sitting down together for premium pints and standing up against the beer behemoths. Consider us rebels with a cause. Because a #CraftLifestyle is worth fighting for.
Why fewer people are getting one before purchasing a home and what risk are they taking. We talk it out with attorney Zeno Lancaster. To get in touch with Zeno and his team visit http://www.lancasterlawfirm.com/By Ryan Marshall / Zeno Lancaster
When you think of musicians made for Asheville, Min Xiao-Fen doesn’t quite fit the stereotype. Min grew up in a musical family in Nanjing, China, became a virtuoso of the pipa and performed as a soloist for over a decade with traditional Chinese orchestras. “I feel lost a little bit in China. Everything’s controlled, China’s system. Even when you p…
Episode Notes In this episode, we interview graphic illustrator, brand developer, and bassist, Logan Hall. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: How Logan's creative outlets overlap between design and music How the nature of Logan's work is always allowing him to learn something new The collaborative effort of musicians and artists in general T…
Richard Winham shares a set from Ariella - a singer / songwriter with a passion for blues, jazz and soul - for the Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series at the Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC.By Ray Bassett
James: Life Through The Word - Ranjit David, Guest Pastor 06.13.21 by New Life of AshevilleBy New Life of Asheville
ConvoCast (Carol King)By Fellowship Asheville
Spring, 2021By Trinity Presbyterian Church
Tim from You're Smarter Than Us joins the Amateurs to talk about Asheville City's approach to the Covid-19 pandemic and where the clubs goes from here. New Episodes every Monday! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmateurHourSCCR
Destination: Night Fishing Around AshevilleBy Matt Mittan / Michele Scheve
Join Kelli and Anne for their 169th NEW episode! They begin this episode by celebrating Kelli’s birthday! Next they talk about their weekend trip to Montauk to celebrate their son Blake’s college graduation. They also talk about the mask mandate lifting and how they feel about it. Their special guests this week are an absolutely lovely couple. They…
Guest: Polly Panic Support the show (https://www.ashevillefm.org/donate/)By Michele Scheve / Ali McGhee / Jake Frankel
It’s been a week since the CDC announced fully vaccinated adults are no longer required to wear a mask. In Asheville, businesses and customers are still figuring out whether they’re ready to let go of the mask.By Cass Herrington
Proposed 200 Unit Development on old Fuddruckers Site in Asheville Reactions Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)By Matt Mittan / Michele Scheve
From Yvette: Hi, I'm Yvette Freeman, owner of Red Angle Photography for the last five years and The ENVOY Magazine which just launched in 2021. The ENVOY is a new publication designed to celebrate and promote the products, services, and talent of minority and women entrepreneurs, businesses, and creative artists throughout the U.S. The ENVOY publis…
Richard Winham shares performances by some of the featured teachers and players for Make Music Day Chattanooga on Monday, June 21st - recorded downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.By Ray Bassett
Chattanooga’s new Mayor Tim Kelly is the next guest on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz,” tonight at 8:30 PM on WTCI PBS.By Ray Bassett
Juneteenth is Saturday - and tomorrow, a celebration will be held on our campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Chris Stokes is UTC’s Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs.By Ray Bassett
Please support us at www.Patreon.com/ArtificationsJoin us for a live interview with Greg Worden, owner of Vermont Artisan Designs in Brattleboro VT. We speak on numerous topics relating to the Brattleboro art scene. Please support us at www.Patreon.com/ArtificationsPlease view the Brattleboro documentary by following this link: https://youtu.be/WMN…
Asheville’s Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance is a small, professional company that only operates in the summer. So in losing 2020 to the pandemic, founding director Heather Maloy hadn’t rehearsed her dancers in two years. “For a lot of them, this is the first time they’ve been—and myself too—in a room with a group of people and no mask on and dancing,”…
Join Kelli and Anne for their 172nd NEW episode! They begin with a check in with their friends Alyson Palmer, Elizabeth Ziff and Amy Ziff. They are incredible female powerhouse rock band BETTY. They are singers, songwriters, musicians & outspoken activists and they are so excited to be getting back out there and doing concerts again. They have 2 sh…
The City of Asheville wraps up a series of public discussions about reparations on Thursday. The final of the three “Truth Telling” presentations looks to guide policymakers toward improving and healing areas where the city’s Black community has been disproportionately harmed.By Cass Herrington
Richard Winham presents a set by Cane Mill Road - dubbed “the future of bluegrass” by No Depression magazine - from the Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series at the Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC.By Ray Bassett
On this week leading up to Juneteenth, Shane Morrow of RISE Chattanooga brings us a celebration of Black Music Month.By Ray Bassett
Alabama is home to the most diverse forests and aquatic systems in this country - with more species per square mile than any other state. But Alabama’s wild places have also suffered mightily since the 1800’s - and are at risk today - with species after species becoming extinct after generations of logging, mining and other industry.…
Ben Raines on “Saving America’s Amazon” in Alabama. Shane Morrow of RISE Chattanooga on Black Music Month. Mountain Spirit Acoustic Series: Cane Mill Road. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”By Ray Bassett
Marketing Series Introduction - Featuring Clyde Volpe Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)By Matt Mittan
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called him “the greatest preacher to ever live.” The Rev. C.T. Vivian was one of the leaders of the civil rights movement alongside Dr. King and others in the 1950’s and 1960’s.By Ray Bassett
DIVERSIFY is an annual business summit here in Chattanooga that highlights diversity, inclusion and today’s workplace. The pandemic and last year’s unrest have underscored the high cost of racial and economic inequality for a business community that aims to be for everyone.By Ray Bassett
Lorne Steedley of the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce. Steve Fiffer on the memoir of Rev. C.T. Vivian, civil rights pioneer. Mountain Spirit: Ariella at the Isis Music Hall in Asheville, NC. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”By Ray Bassett
http://www.beautifulsongoftheweek.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/High-As-Hello.mp3 The music business hasn’t fostered a whole lot of healthy father-son relationships. It’s created plenty of absent fathers, for whom the twin addictions of life on the road and various substances were too powerful to allow them to build meaningful relationships with t…
This week Chris uploaded the most popular episode of his podcast Dive Into Development where he talked with Jonny about providing free to play competitive soccer in the Carolina Champions League! New Episodes every Monday!Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmateurHourSCCR
Rebuilders (As Godly Success Grows, Opposition Grows) Nehemiah 4By Fellowship Asheville
Heidi Walters oversees marketing initiatives of group travel, international and sports marketing and industry relations for the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (Visit NC). Heidi shares how their Outdoor NC initiative and partnership with the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics is helping preserve the state’s precious natural…
Richard Winham shares a session with Dylan Kussman - a finalist from the Chattown Stages’ Songwriters Stage - along with songwriter Rachelle Barr - recorded live downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.By Ray Bassett
Richard Winham shares a session by Chattanooga band TØPKNØT, recorded live downtown at The Chattanooga Public Library.By Ray Bassett
Napoleon "Donut" Williams - Chattanooga's first African-American police detective - is the next guest on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz," tonight at 8:30 PM on WTCI PBS.By Ray Bassett
Make Music Chattanooga is a daylong celebration of learning and creating music. This year’s celebration on Monday, June 21st will be hosted at all four locations of the Chattanooga Public Library.By Ray Bassett
Here in Chattanooga, Obvious Dad is a new theatre company that promises bold live performances.By Ray Bassett
A Low Country Boil is a culinary and cultural staple here in the South. Maybe you’re thinking of the kind from South Carolina - or the style from Louisiana - or the one that you’ll find on Saturday in Dalton at the Creative Arts Guild, starting at 6 PM. Leanne Martin and Sarah Murry are with the Guild.…
Juneteenth commemorates African-American emancipation in the United States after the Civil War. A week from Saturday, the Bethlehem Center here in Chattanooga will hold its first annual Juneteenth Festival. Reginald F. Smith II is the Center’s executive director.By Ray Bassett
If you’re in downtown Chattanooga these days, you’ll see flags celebrating Black-owned businesses in this city.By Ray Bassett
" Chattanooga Recreates Black Wall Street" in the downtown. The Bethlehem Center’s Juneteenth Festival; Obvious Dad. A Low Country Boil in Dalton; Make Music Chattanooga These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”By Ray Bassett
Tor was born and raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC. Tor has overcome many obstacles in her life including being raised in low income housing and a single parent home. She knew at a young age that she could not allow her circumstances to determine her future. Tor’s experience with adversity led her on a path to discuss issues surro…
Join Kelli and Anne for their 171st NEW episode! They begin this episode by talking their 8 year anniversary, getting new haircuts, summer planting and their hometown Ramsey Pride. Their special guest today is Edmund Bagnell and he is an absolutely incredible entertainer. He is a brilliant violinist, singer and actor who is one of the members of th…
Guest: Veronica Edwards, Radio Host / Entrepreneur Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)By Matt Mittan / Veronica Edwards
Expanding Your Business: New Markets vs New Sku's Michele Scheve sits in. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)By Matt Mittan / Michele Scheve
Sales Series Finale - Guest: Clyde Volpe Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)By Matt Mittan / Clyde Volpe
On Saturday, former President Donald Trump made one of his first major public appearances since losing the 2020 election, addressing a North Carolina Republican Party convention in Greenville. If there were any lingering questions over Trump’s continuing influence among party loyalists, he answered them that night.…
On April 19th 1980, citizens of Asheville rallied to stop a swath of downtown from becoming a shopping mall. They tied together pieces of cloth and outlined the proposed 11-block development, calling it “The Wrap.” Preservationists and community activists are bringing back that same method to save a historic stretch of the Charlotte Street neighbor…
The book of James is one of the most hard-hitting, practical and challenging books in all of Scripture. It was very likely penned by the younger half-brother of Jesus who rejected his big bro until after the resurrection. From that point forward, James became a ferocious follower of Jesus and a pillar in the Jerusalem church. He’s writing this lett…