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We're Just Getting Started
49 minutes | Jun 2, 2019
with Bringing Baseball to Oak City
We're back and boy do we have a hot one! This week we're joined by MLB Raleigh to talk about their grassroots movement to bring Major League Baseball to North Carolina's capital. If you've ever wanted to hear how a grassroots movement begins, then you're in luck because this week we cover how MLB Raleigh got started, where they are going, and dive into some listener questions as well!
49 minutes | May 19, 2019
with Starting a Kindness Revolution
This week we are joined by the captivating Cole Baker Bagwell, Founder and Kindness Director of Cool Audrey. Hoping to spark a movement in kindness in the way we work, our discussion with Cole covers her path to finding Cool Audrey, what a kindness revolution looks like, and how you can join her revolution in how we work.
67 minutes | May 12, 2019
with Making Big Moves in Comedy
He's back! We've got Sam Mazany (@smazany) in the haunted mansion to talk about his upcoming move to New York City! Join us as we look back on his best and worst comedy moments in North Carolina, talk about his goals for New York, and cover some listener questions. Be sure to get tickets to his final headlining show upstairs at Goodnights on May 31st. You can get tickets here: https://www.goodnightscomedy.com/shows/101678 You can follow Sam here: https://www.instagram.com/smazany/
56 minutes | May 5, 2019
with The Art of Movement
Olivia Hockaday of Moog Monster joins us for episode 23 as we talk about how she blends her fascination with movement into not only her health routine, but her career as she turns movement into art! You can check out her work at moogmonster.com or follow her on Instagram at @MoogMonster.
64 minutes | Apr 28, 2019
with Reinventing the Brewery
Sean McKinney is back to talk beer, but this time it's a special kind of beer - Ancillary Fermentation! For episode 22 we talk about how the idea for Ancillary Fermentation came about, some crazy drug stories, and what's next for Sean and his band of merry brewers!
58 minutes | Apr 21, 2019
with Big Best Friend Energy
Live in New York City with Ting (@melissa_ruggiero) and Trim (@ctrimmy) as they join the pod for episode 21! This is a fun one where we talk about their new web series Ting & Trim, how they became perhaps the best pair of friends in all of the greater New York area, and what they've got cooking in those fiery brains of theirs next. You can check the series out on YouTube (Ting and Trim) or follow along on Twitter (@tingandtrim).
48 minutes | Apr 14, 2019
with Chasing Flavors
Two Tims in two weeks as Tim Jones of Liturgy Beverage Co. joins us for episode TWENTY. Outside the haunted studio and on his lovely porch we talk about how he and his wife, TiLissa, made their dream of owning a coffee shop a reality, how he aims to craft different flavors for each of his drinks (not just limited to coffee), and how a broken mobile espresso machine started it all. You can check them out at @LiturgyBeverage on all social media platforms. GoFundMe for the Lee Family and Kaffeinate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/lee-family-support
91 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
with Laying Down Sick Beats
LA based DJ and Producer, Tim Gunter joins the pod for episode 19 as we talk about his rise from making beats in his dorm room at NC State University all the way to playing on some of the biggest stages in music like Lollapalooza and more!
68 minutes | Apr 1, 2019
with Mezcal, Mexico and Music
Former Farewell frontman and mezcal maven, Marshall Davis joins this week as we sit down and talk how he fell in love with the Mexican culture, his ventures into the world of authentic tortillas, and how he came to be the lead singer for one of the hottest bands of the early 2000's.
50 minutes | Mar 25, 2019
with The Comedy Come Up
Chrissie Mayr joins us deep in the green room at Kings, just moments before her headlining set at The Dangling Loafer, where we talk about starting your comedy career in THE city, New York (ever heard of it?). We also trade some good dead parent advice and the return of "I quit" stories!
99 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
with Chasing Those Pencil Dreams
Episode 16 is live with James J. Hatfield (the writer not the Metallica guy), long time friend and up and coming writer! We talk how he left his cushy job at Nike to pursue a career in writing, the throes of being unemployed, his current published works, and what the future holds for him.
65 minutes | Mar 10, 2019
with Big Songs and Tiny Homes
The people voted and now you get to start your week with a brand new episode of We're Just Getting Started. For episode 15 Jeremy Scott joins us in the haunted studio to talk about his band's, The Old Sioux Summer, upcoming album and what it's like to live in a tiny home when you're 6'2". If you're in the Raleigh area, be sure to check out The Old Sioux Summer's release party on March 29th at Kings!
81 minutes | Mar 5, 2019
with Speed Bags and Espresso
Boxing and brewing coffee seem like a productive duo, right? Well for our most recent guest, Owen Scott Jordan that seems to be the case. Listen in as we talk about the world of amateur boxing and what it's like to be the Creative Director for one of the hottest coffee shops in the southeast!
15 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
with an Update
jumping back in the pool real quick to say THANK YOU to the growing base of listeners and to give an update on upcoming guests and general tomfoolery for WJGS into the future. It's a quick one but, if you're a fan of the pod, you'll want to listen!
49 minutes | Feb 4, 2019
with Sticking To Sports
SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS! Oh boy, we've got a big get! A hail mary snag, if you will. Raleigh radio's own Joe Ovies joins WJGS to talk about how he ascended the sport's radio throne, who the worst fanbase in the triangle is, meme's, and more! Line up your airpods and kick 'em right through those earhole uprights, you don't want miss this one.
88 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
with Fyre Festival
He's back! Seth Crossno (@WNFIV) joins us again, now free from the shackles of legal limitations, to talk about all things Fyre Festival. We discuss what it was like to be in two documentaries, why one of them is wildly inferior to the other, and so many other juicy inside stories about the scandal surrounding Fyre Festival. Get your ear holes prepped and ready, because they're about to get dunked on. If you're looking for more in-depth coverage on what his experience, and others, was like then be sure to check out his new podcast Dumpster Fyre Podcast at www.dumpsterfyrepodcast.com
60 minutes | Jan 21, 2019
with Becoming A Queen Bee
Hey pretty people, we're back for 2019 and the first episode of the year is buzzing (I'm so sorry) with positive energy! We've got Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, CEO of Bee Downtown and Forbes 30 Under 30, talking about her fast rise in the 'bees-ness' world, her love for donuts, and what growing a business looks like when you don't even know how to pay your taxes.
76 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
with Writing Cover Stories
Back from a common cold-induced hiatus we're in it with music journalist, Evan Lucy, for episode 9! Crack open those cold ear cans and listen to us cover crappy LA motels, befriending your teenage pop-punk idols, his worst and best interviews and more!
50 minutes | Oct 23, 2018
with A Bonus Episode (and being a little drunk)
In the midst of a move you're getting some BONUS CONTENT! Remember our beloved brewing guest, Sean McKinney? Well catch the second half of his episode. It's post dinner and post a few too many drinks so we have a good time talking more about breweries and personifying peanut butter and jelly!
103 minutes | Oct 16, 2018
Relating To The Public
Wow, we've got a spicy one for your hungry ear mouths today! Melinda Jackson joins us and we talk celebrity gossip from her years of working PR in LA, mental health (mild trigger warning about suicide), the NC music scene and more. Listen in as we go from a Dr. Phil to a Hollywood report in about two hours!
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