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.
JT Pedley of Owensboro’s Own podcast joins us to talk about how he became involved with the WWA and his recent work as a referee for them. Jameson Hutchinson helps me co-host this episode and talks about his wrestling background as well.
Paul Mattingly of the River Basin Blues Society discusses the 2nd Annual Burdette Blues Festival Saturday, June 3 at 1 PM ($5) at Burdette Park to benefit the River Basin Blues Society and the Vanderburgh County Special Olympics. We also talk about the local blues scene in Evansville and some of Paul’s favorite local bands.
Elisabeth and Laura discuss and answer questions about public radio, marketing, heavy steps, 3-way switches, frozen pipes, dating or not dating, oversleeping, love languages, karaoke, south vs midwest, vegetarians, Lost, time travel and nude photos.