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A Mountain We Could Climb: A Guitar Story
"It seemed like a mountain we could climb" said Aaron Eubanks of the idea to build custom guitars that emerged during a game of cards. And climb they did. Eubanks, with friends Jason Crittenden and Billy Wigert, founded Mad N8V Guitars in 2020.
It's a story about three guys with a crazy idea. It's a story about making custom guitars but mostly it's a story about believing in yourself and following your dreams.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook: @madn8vguitars
Santa and Me: Not for Believing Ears
Hear the tale of my brief but tumultuous days as a Santa-ophile. Published in hopes to explain why I'm more of a Scrooge than a Bob Cratchit. My Christmas Carol has only one ghost.
"God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" performed by Bob and Stephanie Martin. https://soundcloud.com/user-348524468-584122943?ref=clipboard&p=i&c=1
Written and produced by Steve Garrett
Josh Cress: A Healthy Mind
Maintaining emotional balance has proven to be extra difficult in recent months. Mental health counselor Josh Cress joins us to discuss emotional distress tolerance & the Healthy Mind Platter.
2:01 Emotional Distress Tolerance
6:52 The Healthy Mind Platter
12:18 We're All in the Same Storm
About Josh Cress: https://acg-kc.com/
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Dedication: The Legacy of Fletcher Hardware
A couple of years ago I did an episode about my hometown's oldest business, Fletcher Hardware. Today the store is gone, but in it's place is Fletcher Park. The park became a community vision on ground donated by the Fletcher family, a family that's been dedicated to that community since it's start.
In honor of the dedication of Fletcher Park, I revisiting the interview from that previous episode. Although the store may be gone, the dedication to things that made it a landmark still ring true.
A Century of Women's Suffrage: Mona Casts Her Ballot
On this 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, I bring you the story of my Great-grandmother, Mona Perkins and her first experience with the ballot box. She was a young upstart, her independence scandalized the small Oklahoma town in which she lived. But her intention to vote in the 1920 election was too much for some of the menfolk...
1972: Old Enough to Fight, Old Enough to Vote
In the election of 1972, 18 year-olds were allowed the vote for the first time. We speak to a friend, Randy Pease, then an Indiana college student and one of those 18 year-olds casting their first ballot. He tells us of a tumultuous time in our history and in his life that reverberates to this day.
Hear Randy's music on Amazon Music, Apple Music and ReverbNation.
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