Practicing social distancing? So are Alan & Chris from their respective home offices…but that doesn’t stop them from bringing you a new episode of Footcandle Films. Featured on this edition are reviews of “Emma.” with Anya Taylor Joy and “Swallow” a thriller from relative newcomer director Carlo Mirabella-Davis. For their Trailer Tapas segment, the hosts view & share their thoughts on “Beastie Boys Story” and “Coffee & Kareem”. Rounding out the episode are recommendations of films to consider seeking out and screening.
As the Coronavirus impacts many small businesses and small business owners throughout the country, the Entrepreneur Exchange checks in with New York City resident and consultant Peter Weiss to discuss his work managing supply chain risk and technology risk and how his work life has changed since he has had to become a telecommuter in the city which has had the largest impact from COVID-19. Plus hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller share strategies for managing a business through challenging times, plus they share their small business of the month selections. It’s all here—at a safe social distance—on this month’s Entrepreneur Exchange on The MESH podcast network.
In the second deep-dive of our “going paperless” topic, the Brothers discuss converting current paper documents to digital format
Host Andrew Moose welcomes Andy Rhoney, co-founder of The Birdsong Society. The Birdsong Society is a group that is actively bringing world-class bands to the Hickory, NC area. The guys talk about the vision of the group, concerts past, and events to come. Also included, a discussion on what they think are the best plates in Hickory.
In this episode, the gang talks about how the Coronavirus has infected their lives thus far. Betty Reep, aka “Mom’mosa”, comes in to give us a David Reep, or “Popsicle”, Update. Then one of Jon’s old crushes Skypes in to the show to confront Jon about a past episode. The boys play a new game called “How Much is That Residual Check?” followed by another round of Goodwill Hunting. This episode flattens the curve!
To help with the transition that many of you are facing of having to work from home during the COVID-19 crisis, the Brothers are sharing some tips for making that transition as seamless as possible in this bonus episode.
In the first deep dive into the “going paperless” process, the Brothers dive into the ins a and outs of creating new documents…including hardware, software, and considerations.
In this episode the gang talks about the Coronavirus and shows some videos of Sebastian & Stamos in a “Sexiest Man Alive” contest on a cruise ship. Then Jon reveals the results of Marcus Stamos’ DNA test. What is his ancestry? In “Small Town News” a story about a squatter in Nashville who attacks a TV crew with an axe. Then, finally, the boys review the 1981 movie classic “Urban Cowboy”. You think you might not like it, but you will.
Recorded live on the Jon Reep “Come Laugh Your Nassau’ff” cruise! Jon, Marcos Stamos and Sebastian talk about living the cruise life, security concerns even getting on the boat, and talk with their fellow cruisers in the crowd. The audio is not great, but the content certainly is. Enjoy!
Reviews of the independent films “Olympic Dreams” starring Nick Kroll and the comedic anthology “VHYes” are on the slate for this podcast episode. Movie News with a “Sounds Like It Could Be Good?” segment follows. Closing out the show, per our tried and true formula, each host recommends a film you should check out.