Podcasts from August 2016

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Comedian Moves To Savannah, Goes Barefoot

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Comedian Collin Moulton talks about his Barefoot Comedy Club on Tybee Island, his new East Coast comedy beachhead, having recently moved here from Los Angeles. He also talks about the comedians the he admires, why he loves Brazilian jiu-jitsu and his four podcasts.

Dog Catcher, Idea Hatcher

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The new director of Chatham County Animal Services, Kerry Sirevicius, talks about demystifying her agency’s work, facilitating adoptions and her own professional background with pets. She wants to make her agency more transparent, more expansive and a happier place to visit.

Fighting Drugs By Letting Kids Be Kids

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Licensed professional counselor Teneka Gerido competes with the violent streets of Savannah. The street offers young people drugs, money and fast living. “Miss G” offers them field trips, free meals, mental counseling and a refuge from fast dying. It’s not a choice that a lot of young people get. In my cul-de-sac, Atari childhood in Florida, […]

The Wood That Built America

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Environmental historian Albert Way of Kennesaw State University talks about the history of Georgia’s longleaf pine forests. He argues that longleaf pine is a foundational material of American industry. He presented this talk at the “Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture” symposium organized by the Ossabaw Island Foundation.