To help us add to the list of “things Moose might be scared by” we welcome Calvin Reyes, owner of Henry River Mill Village. Calvin updates us on the project plans, current events, and what happens to trespassers! Up next, MM welcomes back the LR Bears, and McNally walks us through our review of this episode: a sneaky little spot called The Wooden Spool.
What the locals know… or need to know. Current topics and classic spots – the SCD crew will break it down each episode.
Each episode we address a local topic, upcoming events, review a Hickory staple, and throw some personal opinions in there as well.
We’re big fans of Hickory, NC and think you should be too.
Andrew Moose: A transplant from Statesville, NC and Lenoir-Rhyne graduate, Moose is the unofficial king of Hickory (at least that what’s inscribed on his Olde Hickory Taproom mug). Podcaster by day, music man by night, rabid fan of the Grateful Dead, Widespread Panic, Phish, Liverpool FC, the Carolina Panthers and LRU Football. Moose is a proponent of all things Hickory, and is triggered by online lists. Moose lives in the Viewmont area of Hickory with his wife and their two dogs.
Time got away from us and summer has flown by! We apologize for the delay, but this episode is worth it. Our guest this episode may be behind the scenes most of the time — but today he is front and center. We welcome Zack King from LiveWell Catawba.
Jam-packed episode! StreetCircleDrive welcomes two guests to the table today. First, we chat with Bob Sinclair and get the inside scoop on The Sails Music Series! Our next guest finally made some time in his busy schedule for us… it’s Hootie Bowman, author of the Mascot book series and local food hack expert. Then – everyone at the table chimes in on the most local of all local spots for lunch!
Big show coming your way! We’ve got Aaron Bessey, Associate Athletic Director at Lenoir-Rhyne University, giving us the “state of athletics” for the Bears! Plus a cameo from an awesome program in the Hickory area – SWAG (students with attainable goals) participants take over the mics! And we can’t forget the review of one of our favorite foods… but was it our favorite place?
While the guest is away, the hosts will play. We’re talking about whatever we want! I mean, as long as it has to do with Hickory. Tune in to find out what Moose thinks about elections, what McNally thinks about socks, and what Mary-Margaret thinks about Circus Hall of Cream.
We welcome Lindsay Keisler, President / CEO of the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce on the mic this episode! Not only did she share her chamber insight and updates, but she shared lunch with us too! After we give you the scoop on some “springtime” updates… we review a restaurant a little off the beaten path. Tune in to find out if we thought it was “Duck N Good” or “Duck N Bad”.
Everyone loves the CrawDADs, McNally fell off the new-year-wagon, Moose makes council predictions, and MM is still wondering what just happened at lunch. What a ‘crazy’ episode…only on TheMESH.tv’s StreetCircleDrive!
StreetCircleDrive is back with a special guest at the table! McNally introduces Kim Holden from the Catawba County Partnership for Children! She joins us to share some events, updates and education about whats going on with Imagination Library and their other services.
Hickory’s sweetheart, Mandy Pitts Hildebrand joins us on StreetCircleDrive for a closer look at the Tourism industry in our area. Meetings, conferences, events… you name it, and the Hickory Metro Convention Center and Visitors Bureau has you covered!