A weekly podcast for women living in University Park or Highland Park Texas. Funny commentary and insights on what to see and do in the neighborhood.
Nellie is hanging out in the Hamptons while Martha is stuck at home
Summer is underway and things are heating up in Texas! Martha and Nellie compare and contrast their summer experiences.
While Nellie is enjoying a nice cool ocean breeze in the Hamptons, Martha is in the heat of Texas hoping we don't loose power. While they are having very different experiences, they both have the same question, what the heck is Pickle Ball?!
How to raise a well behaved dog with Brad Bevill
Father's Day the Park Cities way!
Join Martha as she chats with her husband, Sean Jackson and Ryan Scripps about how to celebrate Father’s Day.
We cover it all from who cried the most when they found out they were going to be a dad to what gifts dads really want this year.
Good times and a few crimes - it's the start of the summer in the Park Cities
Happy last day of school! We are so happy to see this school year end and are looking forward to a normal year in the fall.
On this episode, we chat about what’s been happening in the Park Cities this past week. We cover it all from crimes to fun times and everything in between.
Is Highland Park Village Attracting the Wrong Crowd?
Highland Park Village opened in 1931 and is one of the most beloved destinations in the Park Cities. It has a rich history of serving as a town square to the Park Cities Community and all of the best restaurants and shops have graced this amazing property. It even holds the honor of being a National Historic Landmark and is also on the National Registry of Historic Places. But is all of this a thing of the past?
If you have visited in recent months, you may have noticed that Park Cities residents no longer get the best seats in the house and have been replaced with a much younger and rowdy crowd. Join us as we weigh in on the most recent news of which business is closing and what’s next for Highland Park Village.
This Highland Park mom has dodged a lot of bullets and might be going to prison
Kicking a heroin addiction, surviving breast cancer, and spending the last seven years trying to stay out of prison, Highland Park mom, Amy Herrig has dodged a lot of bullets.
Amy is the co-owner of The Gas Pipe and in 2014 the federal government raided their business which began a very long and difficult legal struggle that has her facing prison in the near future.
Amy shares her compelling story of growth, change and perseverance and teaches us how to live each day as if was our last.
For more information about Amy and to buy her book, “No More Dodging Bullets” visit https://amyherrig.com/
Informed, entertaining, and well done.
Compelling and hilarious!
What an entertaining podcast! The topics are not only compelling, but also interesting and hilarious. Martha and Nellie put so much energy and enthusiasm into each episode the topics reach well beyond the “Bubble.” This is the highlight of my Thursdays!
Love so much
I’m starting to really look forward to hearing the new podcast each week as I drive to the kids’ far away games. I love hearing my good friend, Martha, speak on useful subjects regarding the bubble. She and Nellie are such a good pair! Thank you guys and keep it up.