Carpenters and craft, friendship and rivalry: Wally is building a mansion for a dot-com multimillionaire in the Silicon Valley of California. As the dot-com's stock keeps rising, the size of the house - and the owner's ego - keep growing. Wally and his colorful crew may be into something that's over their heads. When little guys work for bigshots, who gets nailed? From bungling to burglary, from demolishing concrete to racing beltsanders, from love of tools to falling in love, everyone will encounter Wally's Laws of Construction - or are they Laws of Life? Each house, it seems, is a miracle. Joe Cottonwood is a contractor in the Silicon Valley of California where he has been building houses - and fixing homes - for over 30 years. He is the author of FAMOUS POTATOES and other novels.
XENA WARRIOR BUSINESS
A mighty podcast forged in the heat of conversation. Xena Warrior Princess fans Chris Sims and Allison Stock and the occasional guest convene every other week to watch every episode of the iconic nineties show and analyze what made it so endearing. The power, the passion, the danger... this podcast will change the world.
BEING A WOMAN... FOR MEN
Welcome to Being a Woman… For Men. A show where a guy, me, Ethan Banville, talks to women about obstacles they’ve faced in their lives and careers just for being women. Don’t worry, dudes and bros, this show isn’t a bunch of angry people screaming into a microphone. It’s a casual, funny and informative hour where I talk with executives, comedians, teachers, writers, lingerie makers, athletes and more who share life experiences that women don’t normally share with men. That’s right, we’ve got the secrets! The keys to forming stronger peer relationships with the opposite sex! And ladies, we’ve got amazing guests with relatable stories that you’ll love, too! You are not alone!
Museum Masters Podcast is a podcast all about museums, museum studies, and museology from a fresh perspective! Your hosts are Mary Akemon and Allison Kopplin- two Americans making their way as emerging professionals in the museum field. Listen in to learn about the contemporary to the classic topics of museum studies!
LAST CUT CONVERSATIONS WITH SAMANTHA PAIGE
Ever felt like a stranger in your own life? Artist Samantha Paige, the creator of Last Cut, did for far too long. It wasn't until she began deep, vulnerable self-inquiry and actively listened to the answers that her life began to change. A young adult cancer survivor and BRCA previvor, who suffered from PTSD and debilitating panic attacks, she finally started making the significant decisions, or last cuts, that made her feel as if her life were her own again. With this new way of being, she began to experience more wellness, happiness and freedom than ever before. Last cut conversations is a series of real talk with others about what they believe in most and how they too have created a life that feels like their own. Freedom, as a word and concept, is still very much on the table for so many and the question of what it means to each of us is the theme of Season 2. This season features engaging dialogue with artists, activists, nature lovers, survivors, change makers and other brave and bold human beings, sharing the ways we each create a life that feels like our own (what we move towards and what we let go of in the process) and the (inner/outer) freedom found along the way. Every Monday, Samantha will share a new episode with an inspirational guest, bravely sharing their last cut stories.
WHITE WALL SESSIONS RADIO
The White Wall Sessions showcases local, regional and national music acts performing original acoustic, americana, bluegrass, folk and blues in a laid back, intimate setting. The White Wall Sessions is recorded in a small studio in Sioux Falls, SD. We take an artistic, documentary-like visual feel to each song, which gives the viewer a personal, introspective look at each musician and song. The songs are intended to be offered to the viewer as a moment in time. A moment in time we felt needed to be captured. We take a look into the music of people who are passionate, dedicated and who are committed to their art. This podcast gives you some of the behind the scenes look at the artists and what they have to say about their music.
REDSTONE DIARIES'S PODCAST
Jim Slater is a stealthy jack who crafts illusions and bears the flame of Dalvag, and recently met a new group of adventurers who seem to be actually helpful. Join us and let's see if these ninnies blow up the ninth world. ... And now we’re doing the same thing to the World of Darkness.
This podcast features Western Canadian authors reading from their novels, short fiction, poetry, memoirs, or non-fiction. It is created and hosted by Saskatchewan novelist Lisa Guenther. Reading West is open to featuring published authors from B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. For the most part, the podcast focuses on literature, but writers working in other genres are welcome to inquire. For more information on submitting, visit lisaguenther.com/reading-west-podcast/ You can also check out the show on Facebook at www.facebook.com/readingwest/ Music is Flax Flower Blue by Best Kept Secret Girlfriend.
THE MANDO METHOD
The Mando Method Podcast, where publishing veteran Armand Rosamilia and relative newcomer Chuck Buda try to find the answers to their writing and publishing questions each week. Whether it’s social media or the craft of writing or a plethora of other relevant topics, these two authors will tackle them with no holds barred!