Jan 27, 2016
Episode 100 with my favorite guest ever, Laura Burton. We talk about what the podcast has done to our lives and about her new business, Evansville Collective - Curated goods from local Evansville, Indiana businesses into handcrafted crates made from reclaimed pallets.
Jan 26, 2016
It was during Stacey Godbold's struggle with infertility that she began to dig more deeply into her own "crazy" and to realize we're all a little crazy. She discovered the key is being honest and real with each other through it all and learning to love ourselves and each other. This sharing of struggles and solutions...
Jan 22, 2016
Alissa Fricke is a bit of a super hero. Her secret identity owns a small business marketing company called Thrive Marketing Strategies. Her superhero identity runs the Downtown Neighborhood Association, teaches piloxing classes, volunteers at Big Brothers/Big Sisters, goes to school in a castle, and wins awards like...
Jan 20, 2016
Known for her previous appearances on the podcast, Mary Allen returns to invite us to the opening of her new business Sixth Street Soapery on January 21st. Famous for her dedication to all natural, fragrance free soap and body products, Sixth Street Soapery will have all of that and more at the corner of 6th and...
Jan 18, 2016
Author Mark Rigney joins us to tell us about being a writer in different genres and mediums. We discuss his one act play, The Shout!, and how he approaches his craft. We also get into a little bit on beer can collecting.
Join us at our party on January 27th at Bokeh Lounge - 7pm.