Posted on December 14, 2017
Sam White and Amanda Paul from Leaning Pine Farm are featured on our first double feature episode. I was able to visit the farm this fall for an onsite recording where Amanda and Sam discussed the history of the farm and insight on all the hard work that goes into running a successful farm. Later they graced our studio to discuss how you can purchase their delicious grass-fed beef locally and how they are managing the farm in the winter months.
For more information of the Farm visit their Website
Johnny O is back and boy are we glad he is here to explain taxes, reform and the on going bill that is now, currently back in the House after the Senate vote over the weekend. Taxes are a complicated web but with this episode we discuss it in a way that should be helpful, and open your eyes to the process of how tax reform works and ultimately effect you.
This is an ongoing story, and the bill itself is going to change most likely until the last minute. Read well balanced news and glean insight, and how it will directly effect you or those you love. If you do not like what you are hearing/reading then contact your congressional representatives and and remember to vote in your local, state, and national elections.
For more information on Taxes visit the IRS Website
This episode starts our efforts to start a dialogue about sexual harassment. This is a topic that has been in the press involving people in the public eye, this publicity has enabled everyone to start the dialogue of their own experiences and how things need to change. While trying to tackle this subject I quickly realized that this would need to be an on going topic of conversation involving different professionals that can help with understanding the different facets of this topic.
We ventured back to Basecamp Coffee, and my have they grown! Basecamp has launched their online store so you can enjoy their coffee all over the world. In order to grow Basecamp has moved to a larger roasting location that will accommodate a larger production facility to bring the freshest coffee to your cup. Hayden discusses their signature blends of coffee and where you can enjoy a freshly brewed cup locally. Hayden is very reachable and loves to hear from the customer, it’s good to know your coffee roaster say hello at farmers markets and events throughout the year. Basecamp Cafe is in the works so stay tuned to for more information as it develops.
The holidays are coming up so strike while the iron is hot and order up some the freshest coffee in all of Western MD! ORDER HERE!!
Chuk Azubike is graduating from Frostburg State University this spring and is the current student intern at Frostburg First. It was a great honor for us to have Chuk tell us his story. His episode would not be complete without the mention of Small Business Saturday that is happening November 25, 2017 and is a nationwide event so go out and support your local business!
For more information visit Frostburg First
Jody Walker was brave enough to join RTL on our first Guerrilla Pod at this years Indie Lit. Festival. Jody is a retired third grade teacher, and potter and has created a beautiful book full of wonder; with lessons for young and old alike. Jody has a wonderful soothing voice that is sure to put you at ease. Be sure to support this author by purchasing her book at the following locations:
This is our third annual podcast about podcast episodes celebrating, our third year of bringing you your weekly content. Mike Thompson and Tim Gallagher join us to discuss the shows we enjoy listening to!
Ringer Podcast Network includes podcasts about several podcasts: NFL, NBA, MLB Achievement Oriented(video games) The Masked Man(wrestling) University (college sports) The Watch (TV/ Movies) Binge Mode( Game of Thrones) Against all Odds, House of Carbs, 30 for 30
WNYC Shows- More Perfect(Supreme Court), Nancy(lgbtq), Live from the Paula Poundstone Institute(variety comedy), 2 Dope Queens(comedy), A Piece of Work,
Other can’t miss shows… 30 for 30 Revisionist History, S-town, Orgins, Intercepted, The Tony Kornheiser show, Stuff you Should Know.
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts, in partnership with the Allegany County Library System, is excited to announce that the eleventh annual Western Maryland Indie Lit Festival is scheduled for Oct. 13 & 14 on Main Street in Frostburg. The event brings together editors and publishers with writers and educators of the local community. Panel discussions and roundtable sessions include topics on various creative genres, revolutionary mothering, writing and the first amendment, writing about spirituality, telling the story through podcasting, and more! This event is FREE and open to the public!
The Queen City Film Festival is Western Maryland’s premier film festival, this year October 5-8 2017 in Cumberland Md. The QCFF is currently in its sixth year and is being held at Mezzo’s 114 S. Centre Street on the third floor. The QCFF offers a four day program of screenings and educational panels, and welcomes filmmakers from around the world. Be sure to get your tickets and support this great local event. The Allegany Allied Arts are once again putting on the best Rocky Horror Picture show experience.. get your tickets early!!
Be sure to get your tickets HERE
Download the wonderful festival program HERE
Get your Rocky Horror Tickets HERE
Shannon Shine and C-Lo are back to discuss the third annual Chrystal Chalice award shows happening October 21, 2017 at Mezzo’s. This great award shoe acknowledges people who are making a positive impact in our community. Dress up it is a masquerade filled with dinner, drinks, awards, and dancing be sure to get your tickets and craft your mask. VIP $20.00 GA $10.00 If you want to win two free VIP tickets then like our Facebook Page HERE and share the post!
If you are you coming from out of town be sure to book your room at the Ramada using the code CG Chrystal.