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Welcome to iHeart Radio's favorite show, Speaking of Travel! Host Marilyn Ball speaks to some of the most interesting people about their inspiring, uplifting and enriching travel experiences. The truth is, no matter where you go, and no matter how long you’re gone, you always come home with a new outlook on life. So sit back and be carried away to places from around the world and from right here in your own backyard. No Passport Required!
 
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.
 
What’s this place called Asheville you keep hearing all about? We are taking you beyond Beer City USA to explore the hiking, restaurants, arts and more ... ok and beer too, that make Western North Carolina one of the most sought after places to visit in the country! We will have special guests like local entrepreneurs, business owners, chefs, brewers, and artists sharing their stories about this beautiful area! Check us out for tips and even some cool stuff about van life! Support this podca ...
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
FEATURED AS "NEW & NOTEWORTHY" BY APPLE 2013-2014 *** Urban Dharma NC is a new Buddhist center, a community-in-progress in western North Carolina. We are committed to the growing of Dharma, for Dharma to take roots in our lives here in this corner of the world, in this part of North Carolina, on the soil of these Appalachian mountains. Our motto "Changing Minds, Transforming Cities" expresses the vision of living the transformative teachings of the Buddha in a contemporary, urban context whe ...
 
The Ground Shots Podcast is an audio project exploring our relationship to ecology through conversations and storytelling with artists, ecologists, farmers, activists, story-tellers, land-tenders and more. How do we do our work in the modern age, when the urgency of ecological and social collapse feels looming? How do we creatively and whole-heartedly navigate our relationships with one another and the land?
 
This is the sister show to The Jazz Hole, featuring live recorded sets on every second Thursday of the month, curated by Linus Wyrsch, a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, who embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene.
 
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
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
InnSpeak is a podcast for innkeepers and independent hoteliers. We feature interviews & conversations with innkeepers, industry leaders, and marketers all devoted to the business of hospitality. You'll hear from guests that have the knowledge innkeepers need to improve their business.
 
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In this episode, we interview Carlos Palma and Liz Goyer, the two customer service experts and the team running Textura Rugs. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: What makes Textura rugs different Why you should choose the rug first when decorating a home or room Steps they took to open the business How to distinguish certain rugs from others …
 
According to those who study such things, sheep are apparently some of the most unintelligent, stubborn, and hopelessly helpless animals on the planet. And so at 1st glance, when Jesus claims to be the good shepherd who lays down His life for His sheep, it could almost feel offensive that we are the sheep in this analogy. And yet, when we realize h…
 
I talk about how Prohibition was voted for in 1907 in Asheville, and soon after, throughout the state of North Carolina. Strangely enough, Beer City USA suffered under one of the longest prohibition periods in the nation. Photo is of the "Women's and Children's Parade" supporting the "drys," which made it's way through downtown Asheville the night …
 
When Hanan Shabaz z was a child in her grandmother’s Asheville home, she remembers their house as the one where those in need of a good meal would come to be freely fed. The experience was formative for her as she grew up and opened Shabazz Restaurant in the early 1970s. The restaurant was part of Asheville's thriving Black business scene in the hi…
 
It’s a Saturday afternoon at Asheville’s Arthur Edington Center, inside what was once an elementary school classroom converted into the well-lived-in home for the black and brown teens of Word on the Street . Keitra Black-Warfield, a 15-year-old who attends Erwin High School, is among eight others at tables or on the floor, are painting, drawing an…
 
For this episode, Tim had the chance to have a conversation with the new commissioner of the First Flight League, Zac Hines, and member of the league, Yocuba Aide, owner-coach of the Goldsboro Strike Eagles. Zac lays out the ambitious plans for the league and Yocuba details what makes Goldsboro and other First Flight clubs unique in comparison to o…
 
Last week, a North Carolina task force commissioned by Governor Roy Cooper recommended small amounts of marijuana be decriminalized. It also says legalization should be studied. On the Qualla Boundary, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is already moving forward to legalize medical marijuana. At the end of last month, the tribal council moved for…
 
Last week, a North Carolina task force commissioned by Governor Roy Cooper recommended small amounts of marijuana be decriminalized. It also says legalization should be studied. On the Qualla Boundary, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is already moving forward to legalize medical marijuana. At the end of last month, the tribal council moved for…
 
Samantha Irwin of Kaizen.Zone joins the podcast to talk about the "Trifecta" for an amazing customer experience that she and her staff focused on to grow the Historic Balch Hotel. The Balch Hotel, in the middle of nowhere, is now a destination unto itself for weddings, group events and quiet getaways. Samantha Irwin, former owner of the Historic Ba…
 
Iheoma Iruka has devoted her career to understanding bias in early-childhood education, but she has very few memories of that period in her own life. Iruka was born in Texas, but her parents moved back to Nigeria when she was 3. She stayed there until after second grade when she and two of her sisters moved to Boston with her mother, and the family…
 
North Carolina broke another coronavirus daily case record on Sunday, as more people get tested before Thanksgiving. Gov. Roy Cooper will hold a coronavirus task force press briefing Monday afternoon.(11/23). BPR’s Helen Chickering checks in with North Carolina Health News editor Rose Hoban about the metrics, concerns about hospital staffing and a …
 
North Carolina broke another coronavirus daily case record on Sunday, as more people get tested before Thanksgiving. Gov. Roy Cooper will hold a coronavirus task force press briefing Monday afternoon.(11/23). BPR’s Helen Chickering checks in with North Carolina Health News editor Rose Hoban about the metrics, concerns about hospital staffing and a …
 
Author Larry Jorgensen conducted extensive research in current and former Coca-Cola communities to create The Coca-Cola Trail, a journey to discover the history of the world's most recognized product. Discover why Larry decided to research and write this book and what contributed most to the early growth and popularity of Coca-Cola and how did the …
 
In this episode, Certified Bates Method Teacher, Nathan Oxenfeld chats with Dr. Ainhoa de Federico, who is a professor of sociology at the University of Toulouse in France. Ainhoa experienced natural vision improvement on three different occasions throughout her life, which ultimately motivated her to become a natural vision trainer. She conducts r…
 
As Senior Fellow, Joe examines fiscal and tax policy. He holds degrees from Johns Hopkins SAIS and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Joe previously headed the North Carolina Government Efficiency and Reform initiative within the Office of State Budget and Management. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Mittan)…
 
Activists and artists continue fighting to awaken U.S. arts institutions to the foundational Blackness of Rock, EDM and Punk. The whitewashing of music and dance is a supremacist project throughout the Americas. Choreographers and instructors oftentimes ignore the West African traditions undergirding salsa, merengue, tango, and bachata.…
 
Scrolling through the comments on her article published in the online news platform Latino Rebels, Roosbelinda Cárdenas found a picture of herself alongside a lively discussion of her race. Non-Latinx white users weighed in, confident she did not meet their standards of whiteness. Others used their own genetics and apparent non-whiteness as evidenc…
 
Hemp — including smokable hemp — is legal in North Carolina. But that is only the case if the hemp does not contain more than trace amounts of THC, the main psychoactive compound in marijuana. Hemp and marijuana can be similar in appearance. Both contain some level of THC, though hemp’s concentration is much lower.…
 
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eviction moratorium protects North Carolina tenants from evictions until the end of the year. Any tenant can provide their landlord with a declaration form that attests they are unable to pay their rent and at risk of homelessness.By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
What movie is the top of the list for a Buffalo-born, Durham-residing, grandchild-adoring talk show host? For host Frank Stasio’s grand “Movies on the Radio” finale, listeners have submitted their guesses. Is Frank a fan of car chases and cheap beer? Then it might be “Smokey and the Bandit.”By North Carolina Public Radio - WUNC
 
In September, 865,000 women left the workforce , according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Eighty percent of the people who stopped working or looking for work that month were women. It’s no coincidence that this large drop out happened around the same time that the fall semester began: data confirms that mothers disproportionately shoulder the …
 
In this episode, we interview John Hornsby. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: How John developed his (is ever-evolving) style The importance of finding art through community How the practice of “going down the rabbit hole” and diving into research helps John's curiosity Why value is not tied to productivity Understanding the difference betw…
 
Full-time content creator Jennifer Hansen joins the podcast to walk through why last minute getaway deals are hot for independent lodging properties during the pandemic. We talk about some of the research behind it and things properties can be doing right now to take advantage of the trend. https://bit.ly/promote-last-minute-getaways…
 
This week we kick-off a brand new series called I AM as we unpack the 7 I AM statements of Jesus in John’s gospel. You may have noticed that it’s almost impossible to know someone without first knowing their name. Contrary to popular belief in some cultural circles, God is not unknowable. In fact, He has clearly revealed Himself to us by giving us …
 
Sara Barrack was a child traveler and learned not to be afraid of trying something new and that experiencing new things is a joy. She shares why traveling was a great way to see how one handles life when things don't always go smoothly and why as an adult she is confident in herself, whether traveling or not. Sara explores the profound influence of…
 
If there is one thing a majority of Americans can agree on, it is that we do not have much trust in our federal government. Congress currently boasts an 19% approval rating and presidential approval has dropped steadily for decades, according to Gallup . Despite these trends, citizens continue rallying around elections with the dream that this time…
 
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