Updated on October 13, 2017
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.
Jen Browne is back to discuss upcoming fall events for the Center for Literary Arts. The One Act Play festival returns to the Palace for it’s 8th season September 30, 2017 at 7pm. Playwrights from all over the world submitted work and the winners have been announced.. do not miss this event. Purchase your tickets at Main Street Books in Frostburg, Allegany Arts Council, and CLA.
The Fall Reading Series Starts this September 19th. All of the reading series will be held at 7:30pm at the Lyric Theatre 20 E. Main Street Frostburg that is free and open to the public. This series features Charley Henley, Chauna Craig, and Robert Earl Price.
Coffee with the Writer an informal discussion with writers with coffee and pastries with writers from 10-12pm on the first Saturday of each month with Frank Senese and Barry Weinberg in October 7 and November 4; drink hot Clatter Coffee and eat the sweet treats from Lorenzo’s
Stop into the CLA they are open Monday and Friday from 12-6pm Wednesday 12-2:30pm Saturday 9-4pm
Matthew Scarpelli, is a third generation funeral director, everyone at one time or another will need a funeral director and this episode will help shed some much needed light on this well respected profession. This episode is full of great information and insights including how his family started Scarpelli Funeral Home.
The Women’s Action Coalition, Greater Allegany County began following the the Women’s March in Washington, DC, January 21, 2017. Their mission is to increase our understanding of the current political situation, take action to bridge divides, and acknowledge the inherent value of each person, without exception. This episode we will be promoting the First Book Discussion in partnership with the Allegany County Public Library system; Hillbilly Elegy. This book will help kick start dialogue and hopefully bring about change and understanding. If you would like to help put the ACTION in women action, then click the links below for more information.
Meeting are held every Wednesday on the campus of Allegany College of Maryland. Allied Health Building Rm: 237 from 7-9pm
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The talented Michael Lipton joins us to discuss his upcoming show with his band the Carpenter Ants benefiting WFWM public radio. Mr. Lipton a very talented guitarist has been playing on Mountain Stage for the past 30 years, and established the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. The WV Music Hall of Fame inducts new members annually and the ceremony is broadcast live on WV public broadcasting. Be sure to visit their website for more information. The Carpenter Ants are West Virginia’s premier rhythm & blues group, having played well over 2,000 performances worldwide. They owe their success over the past 25 years to always having a good time which is contagious.
Be sure not to miss his exciting show on August 19, 2017 at the Palace Theatre in Frostburg MD. Get your Tickets HERE
Dr. Johnny O is back and discussing ethics in politics using the four levels of ethics as a guideline. This episode as always is full of fantastic information. Johnny O is a regular returning guest of the show and if you have a topic that you would like to discuss be sure to contact us with your questions.
4 Levels of Ethics
- Personal Morality- based on who you are, your parents, background etc… -basic sense of right and wrong
- Professional Ethics- each profession has its own set of rules of behavior
- Organizational- both formal organizational rules and informal org. culture
- Social Ethics- group rules of your society, often found in laws
Chuck Dicken, station director of WFWM joins us to discuss the history of the station on the campus of Frostburg State University. This NPR affiliate public radio station provides great news coverage and original programming; from Jukebox Friday Night, Footlight Parade, Jazz, Sounds Eclectic…etc. For a full schedule visit their WEBSITE
As with any public radio station, donations help keep the station going… so get out and buy your tickets to their great benefit concert series. HERE