This week, we want to send out a huge THANK YOU to all of our previous guests! Each of you have been educational, inspiring, motivating and all-around awesome! We have sincerely had such a great time with each and every one of you! We appreciate you joining us on the podcast - and for your ongoing support as we continue our podcast journey. Also, Anjee's outtakes are hilarious.
It only takes one person to make a change, and that's just what Charlie Pioli (the founder of O-Town Compost here in Orlando) is doing! Join us, as we learn all about how O-Town Compost provides sustainable options for food waste, while also providing citizens with rich compost for gardening (all while moving Orlando closer to its Zero-Waste Goal). Also, we got to tour their main site!
Return of the KitchenKillaz! This week, we got to chat with the very talented touring acoustic duo, Kitchen Killaz. Listen in to see what Billy Floyd & The Commodore have been doing to ‘only get better’ during our ‘new normal’ and chat about some amazing things happening for them this year. Also, we talk about where you can join us & the Kitchen Killaz this upcoming weekend for an important fundraising event. #helpmorepeople #walkthetalk
This week, we met with the amazing and talented Mrz. Jaye! She's the founder and owner of Goddess Faces (Makeup Studio and SkinCare Spa). Learn about how she decided to chase, and catch her dreams! Having now been featured on Bravo, VH1 and BET (among others), her inspiring success story is far from over. Also, Dan forgot the catchphrase?
This week, we get to hang out with Shabby Jo herself, Jo Caulder! Jo has a true passion for creating amazing furniture. From custom pieces to restoring old stuff, her furniture is awesome! Also, Shabby Jo has an event coming up that you don't want to miss - for a GREAT cause!
This week, we have a nice chat with Lee Perry, from Fleet Farming! This is an Urban Agriculture Program whose mission is to empower all generations to grow food, increasing local food accessibility. Learn all about how they are creating localized food systems that bring communities together towards a healthier, more connected world in harmony with people and planet. Also, It's A Girl! (It's All Fine and DanPa and GrAnjee)
Let's talk about how you can help with Covid-19 relief efforts, even while in self-quarantine. Also, what are you doing to stay sane during the virus?
This week, we chat with Kelly Hayn of CARE Foundation, right here in Apopka, Florida! CARE Foundation is taking great care of animals of all shapes and sizes. Also, we went to Monica Geller's apartment and Eric Forman's basement!
~ This week, we talk about racism, white privilege and why the Black Lives Matter movement is so important. How can you take the steps to make REAL changes in your community, and around the world?
Central Florida Black Owned Businesses:
Local author, S. Clark Kray tells us all about his book "Alfie Kray - The Asset". A historical fiction story, about a member of the Kray family (most famously known for the Kray brothers, as seen in the movie 'Legend' with Tom Hardy). Also, we painted!... and painted... and painted... and...