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27 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Children's Book Author - Joy Ufomadu
Weight loss, Autism, and unique-names are a few of the topics I discuss with Joy Ufomadu. Inspired by her own life, In her children's books, Joy Ufomadu helps kids and families find confidence and understanding in unique situations. If you know a child with Autism or an unusual name tied to their ethnicity, pick up one of her books! Purchase link: chinyerethebook.com/shopWeight loss Instagram: joys_weighAuthor Instagram: joycufomadu
34 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Hit-&-Run Bicycle Collision Survivor - Rodmehr Rahimizadeh
hear an incredible SURVIVAL STORY from Rodmehr Rahimizadeh, who was involved in a hit-&-run bicycle collision his senior year at Alabama. That isn't the only thing that changed his life while attending UA! Listen to Rod tell about his Tuscaloosa experience.
32 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
2x American Idol Contestant - Justin Oliver
Today's episode features Local talent Justin Oliver, a two-time "American Idol" contestant who has been singing and playing the piano in public since the early age of three! Justin graduated from The University of Alabama in 2017. He has contributed to many community and University of Alabama sponsored events around town. Justin has performed across the southeast, including in New York City at the Lincoln Center with "LL Cool J" and 2017 with R&B/Hip-Hop artist, Lizzo, at Music Midtown in Atlanta, GA. He released his debut album 'Pressure' in late 2018. Listen to the episode to learn more about KING, his latest single.
22 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Owner, WD Marketing Group & Navy Vet - Hunter Letson
Today's guest is Hunter Letson, a Navy vet and entrepreneur. Check out his company, WD Marketing Group, on Facebook.
25 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Host of The Jones Podcast - Erick Jones
Today's episode features Erick Jones, another local podcast called The Jones Podcast. Erick provides a fantastic interview as we discuss a wide range of topics, including podcasting, communication skills, and racial tensions, and of course, Tuscaloosa. The Jones Podcast is a podcast that acknowledges entrepreneurs and individuals from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and beyond. Check it out!Visit T-Town Stories to hear more!
21 minutes | Sep 7, 2020
Executive Director - Choices Pregnancy Clinic - Sandi Horsley
Todays interview is with Sandi Horsley, the executive director of Choices Pregnancy Clinic (Sav-A-Life Tuscaloosa).https://choicespregnancyclinic.org/http://savalifetuscaloosa.org/Visit T-Town Stories to hear more!
31 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Poet & Dark Fiction Author - Alyssa Hubbard
Visit the T-Town Stories website to learn more about the podcast!Today’s interview is with Alyssa Hubbard. Alyssa is the author of several works, mainly in the dark fiction genre, including;‘the Mind, The Body’ ‘An Austrian March’ ‘to Humans and Their Creations’the Apocalyptia seriesAlyssa is also a poet who has been featured in a number of literary magazines, including;Crack the SpineScissors & SpackleThe HighlanderMost recently, she was published in 2019s ALABAMA'S BEST EMERGING POETS.She attended the University of Alabama, majoring in English and minoring in Creative Writing.
21 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Genesis Media Solutions - Chris Germain
Learn more about Chris by visiting www.GenesisMediaSolutions.com
5 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
The Plan & Needs
Here are three ways to support the show 1) Interview leads - Who do I need to interview? Who inspires or intrigues you? email: email@example.com) Social Media & Reviews - Follow or like @ttownstories on all major social media platforms.Once you listen to a few episodes, I would love to hear your feedback via a review. You can submit a review on the T-Town Stories Podcast page in the apple podcast app. Reviews will help people find the podcast and provide feedback that will help me improve the show. 3) Financial support - I have gladly invested in starting this podcast; please show your support for the podcast with a small monthly contribution towards operation and equipment cost. How? Easy - Visit TTownStories.com, and in the top right corner, click the button that reads "support the show" - become a member and choose the level of contribution you want to give. T-Town Stories is a hobby that I would love to see grow. I invite you to join me on this journey.
4 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
I can't wait to hear your story!
In the first couple of episodes, I simply want to provide some context for the show, after which I want to turn most of the talking over to you, T-Town. My aim in this first episode is to answer an incredibly important question for this show, and I think for you. That question is, "why would anyone want to hear your story?"Here is the simple answer: Because you will help others and help yourself.My goal with T-Town Stories is to clear a fertile space, where we can sow our stories and cultivate an appreciation for people in our community. T-Town Stories is a community-building enterprise, a local-support initiative. Allow me to get a little existential as to why I started T-Town Stories. When we Exchange our stories, in many ways, it's as if you're seeing the world through other eyes, for those brief moments, isn't it?Stories invoke the imagination. Different areas of our brains are engaged as we make various cognitive and Emotional Connections; we can be temporarily teleported from our reality and placed into someone else's world.In a way, as we perceive another's actions, decisions, influences, emotions, and more, we gain new experiences. Hearing stories rips us from the mundane of our moment, and helps us realize our moments aren't so mundane but are creating something worth sharing. People often devalue their stories. I want to prove their value. And for the people already sharing their stories, I want to provide a unique way for you to keep on sharing. I have been itching to start something in 2020, but 2020 hasn't been very cooperative with any of our plans, has it? I started thinking about podcasting in 2019. If you know me, that may surprise you; I am not an entertainer, I am not loud, I have dabbled in production type stuff in the past, but I was always behind the scenes. But I have always felt like an extrovert in an introvert's body; can anyone else relate? The T-Town Stories Podcast satisfies the extrovert and introvert in me. I get to meet new people and have an excellent conversation (extrovert), but I don't do most of the talking. You do, T-Town (Introvert). I have been an avid podcast listener for about a decade; I am also a gadget lover - I love geeking out on all equipment and tools it takes to operate a podcast. I am a story lover, and I believe there are no ordinary people. All of this culminated in an idea, a way to expose the inspiration and intrigue all around us. I believe this podcast can develop into a beautiful thing for the Tuscaloosa area. I want to contribute to community building. I think the podcast will encourage and inspire. Think about that random conversation you had with a neighbor or co-worker, which struck you with its gravity or goodness and provoked an urge to tell others and perhaps invoked some introspection in your own life. It's because stories impact us, especially real ones. In a day of social media outrage and echo chambers, more dialog is needed to remind us of our shared humanity. I started this podcast for all these reasons. Join me in the next episode as I talk about some practical parts of the show and how you can get involved.
1 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Stay Tuned Tuscaloosa!
Welcome to T-Town Stories, a show dedicated to The one and only Tuscaloosa, Alabama.T-Town Stories is a podcast telling local stories to inspire and intrigue. Hear interviews of personal journeys from locals with diverse experiences and backgrounds, from your next-door neighbor to small business owners, public servants, and local talent. Building community one story at a time.Stay tuned!www.ttownstories.com
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