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HAPPY HOLLERWEEEEN! I rode my broom over to Whitesburg, Kentucky this month, to chat with Letcher County teacher Tyler Watts. Things got a little spooky: WITCH is how I knew I was ...

Historian, author and Appalachian advocate Elizabeth Catte joined the show to discuss the region and how her work is contributing to a more inclusive Appalachian narrative. Check o...

Check out my coffee shop chat with Foundation for Appalachian Advancement President J.C. Schweingrouber. Hear us talk about the region, the foundation and some of the things Easter...

I took a trip to the my alma mater, University of Pikeville, to speak with a mass media class about podcasting. While I was there, I had the class tell me what it's like to be a co...

Poor Octavia Hatcher, buried alive in her prime. In this bonus episode, check out my fictional short spook based on an actual town legend from my hometown (Pikeville, Kentucky). An...

Oh, I guess you're here for my birthday party! Glad you could make it! Due to scheduling conflicts, my planned interview didn't pan out. So, in order to get back on track after mis...

I dropped into Pike County's youth drop-in center, The Sapling Center, to speak with Angie Bush and Matt Habern. We talked about the center, its five other locations across the reg...

I spoke with the City of Pikeville's Administrative Economic Development Director Elizabeth Thompson last week. We got to chat about her Appalachian story, the future of Appalachia...

I dropped by the University of Pikeville to chat with program director and assistant professor of Film and Media Arts, Andrew Reed, about filmmaking from an Appalachian perspective...

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