Amelia Roberts stops by to discuss the new “e is for everyone” initiative. We talk about some of the people behind it, the feedback they’ve gotten, where the phrase comes from, how to become a brand champion, the brand guidelines, and the mindset/culture shift that is wanted concerning Evansville.
The Sandman, Mike Sanders, discusses his career in radio in the tristate area, hosting a nationally syndicated show, how he approaches talking with musicians, playing drums and bass, how he found info about the seedy side of Evansville for the Underbelly of Evansville stories, crazy radio promotions, why he stayed in Evansville, the current condition…
Matt and Justin discuss the recent shooting at the Republican baseball practice, the Supreme Court taking on a gerrymandering case, money not being the thing that is corrupting politics, lawyers getting lawyers, Paul George leaving the Pacers, and Matt has a surprise for Justin.
Vistas, Teddi Rausch and Jenn Moorhead, join me to discuss what Evansville Promise is doing to help the Evansville area with the recent Promise Zone designation. We talk about what the Promise Zone is, what kind of grants they are looking at, and some listening tours they are hosting in the future.