Updated on May 20, 2015
This week we were lucky enough to feature Matt Miller from the Western Maryland Jaycees on today’s show. Matt is the mastermind behind the successful annual Tri-State Wing Off. The success of this event allows the Jaycess to help fund grants throughout the year and help local non-profits, and 100% of the monies raised stays in the area.
This year the musical entertainment is stellar with Shooter Jennings headlining the event on June 20, 2015. Make sure that you get your ticket and vote for your favorite wings!
Jeff Henry joins us on today’s Podcast. Jeff’s voice should sound familiar. Jeff has been a local fixture on the airwaves. Jeff has many names that he uses on air, but his most famous is Walt on WFWM Thursday @10pm. When Jeff is not on the radio he might be marrying people, hanging out with Gordon, and spinning @ Dante’s Bar in Frostburg for Martini Mondays. Make sure that you catch Jeff’s last show on WFWM and boogie down with Jeff before he heads north on a new adventure. We hope Jeff starts his own amazing podcast to keep us from missing him too much!
The majority of Dave Romero’s adult life was spent as an electronics engineer and strategic marketing executive in the semiconductor industry, his camera was never far from reach especially during his travels abroad. His photography during this phase of his life was primarily “street” and “travel” photography; discovering and “stopping in time” the people and sights he encountered.
In 1999 Dave “tested the waters” as a commercial studio photographer and designer servicing the photographic and marketing needs of professional artists. It soon became clear that this “other job” could be nurtured and transformed into a full-time pursuit.
Dave lives and works downtown and is very active in the events that happen in his front and backyard!
Check out Dave Romero’s Amazing Website
This week on the podcast we feature three of the five Frostburg State Alums featured in The Art of V (5); Susie Bucchino, Sharon Schade, and Michael Thompson. They will be displaying their art in the Saville Gallery during the month of May. This show is unique showing of many different mediums and styles will be featured so you are sure to find something you like.
Emily Dean paintings in oil
Steven Matthews – printmaking
Sharon Schade – acrylics/mixed media/ceramics
Michael Thompson – digital photography manipulations
Steven joins us for an episode filled with excitement for the upcoming events in the Historic City Center of Cumberland and Canal Place. Steven has been working hard on getting top- notch talent to the area including some nationally known bands and great local talent. We feature some music in the podcast today to get you pumped and ready for the FREE live music every weekend during the Summer. If you were wondering what to do on the weekends look no further than in your own back yard. Check out the links below for more information!
Dr. Gregg Wolff joins us this week on the podcast, Gregg has been living and working in Cumberland for 20 years. He discusses the path that led to the Queen City and why he continues to live and work in the area. Gregg is an active participant in many boards locally and is always trying to help Cumberland reach its full potential. Gregg even throws in some medical advice we can all use especially during these warm months.
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.
Click the direct links below for more information about the items discussed on this podcast episode!
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.