In the season finale for The Wacoans Podcast, we talk with Brad Turner a Waco historian. Brad and Garrett cover the past, present, and future of East Waco. In this episode, Brittany and Garrett have some big news that will shape the future of this show.
This episode we talk with Kate Bendewald, owner of Kate Bendewald Interior Design. She tells us all about what it is like to be an interior designer in Waco, the sense of community here, and how it is that she landed here in Waco.
On this episode, we talk with Cory Dickmen. Cory is part owner of the Waco Escape Rooms, Nexus E-sports, Waco Peddle Tours, and is now part of Hustle Co. We talk with Cory about his entrepreneurial journey and why he is the way he is.
On this episode, we talk with Claire Sexton, the Director of The Art Center of Waco. She tells us all about her journey to Waco and how she and The Art Center of Waco want to help the art cultural of Waco grow. We also have some big show affecting news we need your feedback on!
In this episode, we talk with Andreas Zaloumis, the owner of THRST Coffee. We learn where the idea of the coffee cart came from and what drew him and his family to Waco in the first place. We also talk with Brandi Ray of Texas Tech Waco about their upcoming fundraising event called Chords and Conversations.
This episode we are talking with the minds behind Gobsmacked! Brooke, Chris, and many others have been working on this evening-length show for the last two years and are super excited to bring this show to Waco. We also learn how they landed in their respective fields.
In this episode, we talk with Ryan Thomas about how he found he was even a musician and what mission work has done for him. We also talk event, why the show sounds the way it does, and about having a little grace for the tourist coming to Waco.
In this episode, we talk with Ross Harris, owner of The Bear Mountain. We talk about what you can do outdoors in Waco, keeping Waco beautiful, and what it is like to become the owner of an already well-established business.
We want to shine a light on another Waco- Centric podcast. Waco History Podcast: Randy and Stephen are joined by Dr. Mike Parrish to talk about Waco’s Hometown Hero: Doris Miller. Miller is best known for his heroic actions during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Dr. Parrish co-authored the book “Doris Miller, Pearl Harbor, and the Birth of the Civil Rights Movement” and shares what he’s found about Miller in this episode.
This episode we talk with Zack Manweiler the shop manager at Maker's Edge, a maker space here in Waco. Don't know what a maker space is? This is the perfect episode for you! Our "Listen to Waco" guest is The Union Revival.
On this episode, we talk with Charis Dillon who is a digital media coach and fellow podcaster. She has two amazing podcasts called The Good Pod and Let's Talk T.V. with Charis. We talk about everything from starting a podcast to why everyone needs a social media presence.
This week we talk with Laura Summerset of Sweetness Desserts. We cover how and why she became a baker as well as what it is like to open a wedding cake bakery in Waco. We also have a new segment called Artist Spotlight and Ryan Thomas is in the spotlight this episode!
This week we talk with Lewis Snell the Director of Texas Tech at Waco, Cathi Davis the President of Seedhouse Creative, and Christler Crews the Director of Development at Texas Tech. They tell us all about their upcoming event "Chords and Converstations".
This week we wrap up how our first year in Waco has gone and where we want to go with podcast this year. This is a little bit of an unplugged episode from us, so let us know what you think about all of the questions that we posed to our awesome listeners.
We talk with Natalie Ramirez who does a community focused dinner called The Cozy Dinner. Shoe talks about how she got where she is and her plans for the future of The Cozy Dinner. We also cover the events for December 12th through December 16th.
This week we talk with Joseph Bagnasco about his love for wine and his how his new business, Waco Wine Tours, fits into that. We also talk about the Ironman Race coming to Waco and the events for November 20th through November 27th.
This week we talk with City Councilman Dillion Meek about how he came to love Waco and what we all can do to get more involved in the city. We also cover the events for November 6th through November 12th.
Find out this week why Todd Millard of Waco Running Company considers himself the "Hank Hill" of runny in Waco. We also talk about more money going to renovate Elm Ave, The East Riverwalk opening, and the events for October 30th through November 5th.
This week we talk with Franny and Doug of The Muscle Cave about the adventures of owning a gym and how they got there. We also talk about the East Riverwalk, the historic property the Fixer Upper couple just bought, and the events for October 23rd through October 29th.
This week we talk with Aaron and Hunter of Sendero Provisions Co. about what it is like to go from being a Geologist to running their own outdoor clothing brand. We also talk about several of the arts organizations in Waco getting grants and the events for October 16th through October 22nd.
This week we talk with Dustin Anderson of Anderson glass about what it has been like to grow up in Waco and what it is like to work with the Fixer Upper television show. We also talk about Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and the events for October 9th through October 15th. Let us know if you like the new format of the podcast!
This week we talk with Reid and Gene of Guess Family Barbecue about running several food trailers here in Waco. We also talk about the new Waco mini television series and the events for October 2nd through October 8th. Interview starts at 24:08.
This we talk with Joey and Tami of Savage Finds Antiques and Oddities about how they came to end up in Waco. We also talk about some Instagram comments we got last week and we cover the events for September 25th through October 1st.
This week with talk with Ashley Thornton from Act Locally Waco about her time here in Waco. We also talk about the big construction projects starting up here in Waco and the events for September 18th through September 24th.
This week we talk with Brett Swartz and Jason Brock about West Side Pizza that will be opening up in conjunction with Common Ground in Woodway later this year. We also cover what the city council seems to have choose the direction for Heritage Square, we talk about outsiders trying to divide Wacoans, and we list out all of the events for September 11 through September 18th.
This week we get to drive around with Evan Herbert of Campustown Waco. Evan and I talk about retaining college students and entrepreneurism in Waco. We also talk two new art galleries opening in Waco and the events for September 4th through September 11th.
This week we talk with Casey Turner of The Waco Hippodome and we learn a little about what it takes to run a Waco staple. We also talk about the food market that Nancy Grayson is starting on in East Waco and the events for August 28th through September 3rd.
This week we talk about Waco going green, the East Waco Riverwalk, and the events for August 14th through the 20th. Due to a schedule conflict we don't have an interview this week so we thought we would take the opportunity for y'all to get to know us a little better.
This week we talk to Matt Lattier founder of the Waco Whisky Club. We also cover Baylor saving the day, body cams coming to the Waco P.D., a dog park in trouble and the events for July 31st through August 5th.
This week I got to sit with Kristi Pereira from the Waco Downtown Farmer's Market. Also, we talk about the on going saga of the short-term rentals here in Waco, a group trying to help low-income home owners "Bounce" back, and the events for July 24th - July 30th.
Garrett gets to have an awesome conversation with Chris, Hobby, and Brad who all had a part in making the documentary "What About Waco". We also talk about the M.LK. Jr. mural, Mission Waco, and the events for July 17th- July 23rd.
This week we talk with Mario Gonzalez of Magnolia Reality. We also cover some people trying to make an underpass safer, keeping Waco beautiful, the suspension bridge and the events for July 10h-July 17th.
This week we talk about an update the roof repair program, some reminders for the 4th of July, and the events for July 3rd through July 8th. Also, we sit down with Kate of Wildland Supply Co. and her husband Cory who is a downtown developer.
On this weeks episode we talk about a million dollar one bedroom house in Waco, the ALICO building, and the upcoming events for June 26th - July 2nd. The interview this week is with Vonda of BlueSky Helicopter Tours!
This week we talk about "The Quiet Zone" study, a new nature trail, the pedestrian bridge over I35, a reminder for summer, and the events starting June 9th, 2017. Also, we sit down with Brent of Bankston's and King's Landing.