Updated on April 11, 2015
Nathan is back and better than ever on this weeks podcast. Spring has sprung and people are shaking off the winter blues by getting outside and enjoying the weather. Nathan asks the age-old question do you need to up your camping gear game?? He discusses a great two pole tent system from Kelty and an amazing sleeping bag from Sierra Designs. He also gives some great advice on keeping your bike in riding shape especially for your first ride of the season.
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Executive director Sarah Kaiser from FCRC joins us for today’s podcast. Sarah will be discussing all of the services that are offered through FCRC as well as there most successful annual community fundraising event, Dancing with the Local Stars.
Record Talk Listen Host Lydia is featured on todays mini-podcast. Want to know what is next for the podcast? Listen to hear about our dreams for the future and why it is important for us to find sponsors for the longevity of the show.
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Welcome to our 20th episode and our spring spectacular! We were privileged enough to have two great interviews, one about a new community garden and a fantastic beekeeper who will make you want your own hive.
Tri- State Community Gardens Information:
Garden City Bees
Public Meetings for Beekeepers are held at the LaVale Library the second Friday of each month.
Ed DeWitt is an award-winning professionally trained photographer who has been practicing the art for over 15 years. Ed has shown many of his pieces in local galleries. He currently works at the Hampshire Review where he is able to incorporate his great writing with his beautiful photography.
Updated on March 7, 2015
Hayden Ort-Ulm joins us today on the Podcast. Hayden is a second generation Christmas Tree Farmer at Pleasant Valley Tree Farm located in Stringtown PA. Hayden is a member of Western MD Wheelman, Tri-State Community Garden Project, and he Runs the Cumberland Activities Blog.
If you have an activity that you would like to promote contact Hayden at the link below.
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Updated on February 28, 2015
Mark Witt is the owner and executive chef at Giuseppes Restaurant in Frostburg Maryland. Giuseppes was founded in 1979 and prides itself for its warm inviting environment and delicious food.
Mark discusses what goes into to making a new weekly special and what trends in food he is most excited about.
Giuseppes is located @ 11 Bowery Street Frostburg 301-689-2220
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Big Green Egg Info: http://www.biggreenegg.com
Jessica Muessen is a talented artist, poster artist, illustrator and is most well-known for her award-winning tattoos. Jessica has her own shop Tattoo Nouveau in Midland Maryland. Jessica recently garnered national attention for a Grateful Dead inspired envelope celebrating the bands 50th anniversary show. This show is full of fantastic information for people curious about tattoos and excellent advice for first time clients. Jessica also discusses process for creating art for her very successful gallery shows.
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For bookings: Tattoo.firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Thompson is a digital artist, photographer and painter. He has been exposed to art his entire life while growing up in Cumberland, MD. After graduating from Frostburg State University with a Bachelor’s of Art (Graphic Design) he moved out of the area and has returned with an appetite for creating fine art. Starting in 2011 Michael started to create pieces for local juried art shows. Subsequent to having a few years of luck in those shows and some encouragement, he decided to make his first series.
Michael also shares exciting information about the newest spring event The Allegany National Photographic Competition and Exhibition.
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Current Show: Metropolitan Coffee House
Upcoming shows@ Saville Gallery 5/5-5/30 @ Eye for art in Oakland in August
For more information: Arts Council Events
Bill Dunlap is an artist who tends to move around between Western Maryland, and New York City. Most of the art making happens here in Cumberland. His work as been shown in galleries, museums, and art fairs in North America, Europe, and Africa. His work is included in several permanent collections including the New York Museum of Modern Art and a recent acquisitions by the Universities of Maryland and Wisconsin.
Many of our listeners have noticed his large scale barn murals throughout the state of Maryland. His work has been featured extensively in art magazines, books and on many art blogs. He also works as in illustrator, and his images and cartoons have appeared in magazines and newspapers nationwide.
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