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Origin

Ava DuVernay’s new film ORIGIN follows writer Isabel Wilkerson (played by Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor) as she researches and struggles to write a book based on the implications of the caste system. Alan & Chris discuss the film and then delve into some news about upcoming silverscreen projects. Footcandle Film Society  

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Operation BBQ Relief’s Stan Hays & Carolina BBQ Festival

Operation BBQ Relief Founder Stan Hays and Carolina BBQ Festival Founder Lewis Donald share how the global barbecue community supports people when they are facing their greatest struggles. Get the latest details on the 2024 Carolina BBQ Festival and how it connected with Operation BBQ Relief. You’ll also hear the story behind this charitable organization…

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1984 is Standing on Business

Chad and Hank are back for another non-sus, jam-packed edition of BIG FAN. 1984 was 40 years ago, but the hits still keep holding up, kids slang, Hank gets fashion advice, Jon Reep’s BBQ sauce commercial, Super Bowl Exotic Prop Bets, and Deluxe Printing Group celebrates 50 years in Hickory, NC! Music in this episode…

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Mike Mello

My buddy Mike Mello joins me and we talk a lot of comedy. From his parent’s comedy albums, watching Johnny Carson and that first SNL cast, we talk about all the things that led him towards stand-up and talk about his career and touring with Russell Peters and Tracy Morgan. Magic Mind is a fantastic…

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King Charles, Napoleon, Olde Hickory Brewery and Goodwill Hunting!

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Episode 168: Taylor’s 13th Grammy, Buc-ee’s Breakfast Burrito & Zodiac Signs of Serial Killers

(2:06) Kathleen opens the show drinking a Pack of Rabid Dogs Helles Lager from Piedmont Brewery in Atlanta. (8:38) COURT NEWS: Kathleen shares news on Taylor Swift’s 13th Grammy win and announcement of her forthcoming “The Tortured Poet’s Department” album on April 19th, (4:31) “GOOD BAD FOOD”: Kathleen samples Patatas Fritas, Georgia Sourdough Everything Crackers,…

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Society of the Snow

Director J.A. Bayona’s SOCIETY OF THE SNOW is one of five nominees for the Best International Feature Film at the upcoming 2024 Academy Awards. Our hosts share their thoughts on the film based on a true story of a rugby team whose plane crashes in the Andes mountains and their struggle to survive. After the review, Chris…

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Breaking the Chains of Stigma: The Power of Recovery Language

In this empowering episode, host Vicki Murray, CEO of Safe Harbor is joined by special guests Chantiza Queen, a Safe Harbor graduate, and Sarah Blanton, Development Director of Safe Harbor. Together, they delve into a crucial topic: the profound effects of stigma-producing language. Throughout the episode, the guests engage in a heartfelt conversation about how…

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Keeping Your Habits When Life Gets Lifey

It might be a solid habit… it might be a brand new habit… but then life happens. How can you do damage to your habit when life steps in the way? Here’s one story of just that. Enjoy! Trying to get healthy and stay healthy is f-ing hard! Everybody struggles with some aspect of it,…

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Domestic Manufacturing with Eric Henry, TS Designs

Low-cost imports have driven most apparel manufacturers overseas…but not all of them. Eric Henry with TS Designs joins hosts Jeff Neuville and Gary Muller to share how his company has found a niche as a domestic manufacturer by shortening supply chains, building relationships, and focusing on local materials and sustainability. Plus you’ll get some cool small businesses…

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