Ken Evans joins the podcast to talk about politics, sheltering-in-place, murder hornets, the UFC and how radio is doing these days after all the cuts. This is a big episode and I hope you enjoy it.
There is a saying the creative adult is the child that survived - Alex is the embodiment of that idea. She is currently entertaining people by dressing up as Post Malone so you can check those videos out at TikTok and on Instagram.
My mother has studied and taught Tai Chi over the past three decades and can bring a sense of calm into your lives. We talk about theology, traditions, and the art of Tai Chi (moving meditation) I hope you enjoy this episode.
Ryan Vaughn is an entrepreneur and someone I admire deeply, recently he has been writing on mindfulness and I thought tonight it would be fun to explore how meditation might help you find answers to some of the hard questions we are all confronted with on a near-daily basis these days.
Drew jumps on the podcast to talk about life as a sports radio host in a world devoid of sports and then we spend some time talking about comic books and which ones we are reading during the pandemic.
Chris Andrus is one of the founders and co-owner of The Mitten Brewing in Grand Rapids, MI. He is the author of the book Dough Nation: How Pizza (and Small Businesses) Can Change the World and what he and his business partner Max are doing for their community right now is incredible - so we found a few minutes to chat about what is happening with him.
Jason Ley is the CEO of Better Drinking Culture, a keynote speaker, husband, author, and certified cicerone so I thought we would talk about some tips for consuming alcohol when it is easy to find comfort in overconsuming during a crisis. Plus Jason gives you some craft beers to sample if you wanted to learn more about the art of craft beer while you are staying home.