Retired Shows

Carpet Repairs, Money-Saving Tips for Home Sellers, and Memorial Day Grilling Tips!

Some money-saving tips for home sellers, and solutions for the scary-looking carpet before you rip it all out, some grilling tips for your Memorial Day weekend, and some features from the News Desk!

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Indoor Spring Maintenance Checklist, Bats in the Belfry and Neighborhood Disputes!

We’re covering more of your Spring Maintenance Checklist this week! We discussed items you need to pay attention to on the outside of your house last week… this week, we move to the indoors and help you think of things you should do to prepare for the season. We also discuss a solution for BATS! Some listeners have discussed having “bats in their belfry” in previous episodes. This week, we share some solutions for getting rid of bats while also taking care of them and not hurting them. What’s the best way to handle a dispute with a neighbor? In the News Desk we share an option that you probably don’t want to try.

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Enola Holmes Antebellum

Millie Bobbie Brown of “Stranger Things” stars in her first major film role as the title character in “Enola Holmes”. Alan & Chris review this straight to Netflix feature as well as the thriller “Antebellum” starring Janelle Monáe. In addition to the usual segments of Trailer Tapas & Sounds Like It Could Be Good??? the hosts also recap the winners of the 2020 Footcandle Film Festival that just wrapped up at the end of September.

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The Excursion: Central Georgia State Park Excursion

Host David Zelski embarks on a central Georgia State Park Excursion. Challenges await in the Richard B. Russell State Park for golf, a stop at Fort Yargo State Park for a historical tour and mountain biking, kayaking at the Chattahoochee River State Park (with a calf rescue!), and tree climbing at the Panola Mountain State Park. Will David complete his challenges or will his crew reap the reward? All in this episode of The Excursion!

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Making. Living. Better: Jessica Lopez

When Jessica Lopez followed her faith to Puerto Rico after finishing high school, a two-month personal mission turned into a four-year cultural immersion. Inspired by the diversity and exuberance of the Puerto Rican people, she came back to Catawba County and immediately began sharing what she’d learned. From helping local Spanish-speaking students bridge the academic…

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Making. Living. Better: Austin Pearce

Known as the energetic and resourceful director of the Hickory Soup Kitchen, Austin shares some lesser known parts of his story. Learn about what fuels Austin’s passion for Catawba County and the people he’s met along the way on this episode of Making. Living. Better.

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StreetCircleDrive: CouncilmanWilliamsShells

Hickory City Councilman David Williams joins the podcast to discuss his passion and vision for Hickory. As an added bonus… find which of our hosts totaled a bench at Shell’s BBQ on this edition of StreetCircleDrive!

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Making Living Better: Jennifer Rowan

How strong is Catawba County’s draw? Just ask Jennifer Rowan and her husband, who fell in love with the Town of Maiden and bought a house there on their first day visiting from southern California.

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Making Living Better: Patrick Broos

Listen in as host Hal Row learns about the many things – mountain biking with his boys, walking his dogs, his famous college-campus barista wife – that make Catawba County feel like the best reward of all for journeyman Patrick Broos.

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