Podcast Show with New Bern Now’s Founding Team

New Bern Podsquad and Thea Kincaid

New Bern Now’s Founding Team with: Lisa Bisbee-Lentz, Thea Kincaid, Rich Sheridan, Wendy Card, and Laura Johnson

Find out the latest information about our beautiful and happening town of New Bern and Beyond. Beyond, meaning our travels throughout Eastern North Carolina.

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During this show, New Bern Now’s Podsquad: Laura Johnson, Rich Sheridan, Lisa Bisbee-Lentz, Special Guest – Thea Kincaid and I, highlighted numerous businesses and non-profits in and around New Bern! Susan Moffat-Thomas will be back in two weeks.

This was a special occasion as New Bern Now’s Team finally got together in one place as we’ve been pulled in numerous directions. It was great catching up!

00:44 – Did you know that Thea was on The Oprah Show

1:14 – Find out the upcoming events in February

1:17 – Tryon Civitan Club’s 7th Annual Food Drive for the Salvation Army. We also talked about how Mack and Pat, owners of the UPS Store make a difference in our community.

1:57 – New Bern Open Mike Night.

2:09 – The Ledger Magazine – get your copy

2:59 – Charity Event for Journey of Hope Cancer Support Center

3:13 – ARTcrawl and ArtWalk

4:58 – Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Ball

5:15 – Empty Bowls

5:49 – Singing Valentines by the Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus

6:44 – Gloria Morello’s Bisqueware Project with Ben Watford

8:00 – Soup a Bowl at the New Bern Farmers Market

8:25 – Texas Tenors Concert coming to New Bern (interview with Kathy Morrison)

9:34 – Orleans Band interview and concert

10:50 – Art Sale for Colorfest Art by Benitez and 12:02 – Night out for the Arts at City Laundry

11:39 – New Bern Arts and Wellness Center

13:14 – Antique Show (interview Rick Lang and Jim Hodges)

15:05 – MacBeth presented by the RiverTowne Players

15:30 – There’s a lot to do in New Bern!

16:36 – New Bern Riverfront Convention Center and the Tourism Development Authority

17:01 – Chocolate and Jewelry Day

17:09 – 5K Cupid Crawl for Sickle Cell

17:36 – Peggy Walker Barnes

18:23 – Congratulations, Lynne Harakal, the New Executive Director of Swiss Bear Downtown Development Corporation

18:21 – New Bern Historical Society’s looking for New Executive Director

19:44 – Festive Family Concert presented by the Carolina Chamber Music Festival at the New Bern-Craven County Library

20:14 – Simon and Sara Spalding – Tuppence presents Songs of Love and Life

20:32 – Interview with Andrew Huff, new owner of Andrews Auto Shine

21:30 – Kincaid and Purvis Family Dentistry

23:16 – Planning for New Bern Get Your Pink On

23:58 – Barn Bash supporting Promise Place

24:57 – Day Trippin

25:17 – Down East Folk Arts Society Concert with Jeep Rosenberg in New Bern and Beaufort

26:01 – Beaufort Maritime Museum

26:17 – Carolina Chocolate Festival

26:36 – People love the Discovery Map of the Crystal Coast and happy for Rich Sheridan as he’s celebrating his 5th Year Anniversary.

28:19 – More upcoming events

30:27 – Congratulations to our friend, Tharesa Lee as she was elected as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce. Tharesa made history as the 1st African American Woman Chair of the Chambers Board of Directors.

These 30 – 45 minute shows are scheduled for every other week and we will post mini-episodes (community segments) that will also air on New Bern’s News Talk Radio Station WNOS.

We’ll be back on February 15th.

Tune into our latest Podcast episodes and radio interviews on ITunes.

Please let us know if you have any comments, suggestions, or would like to set up an interview and spread the word about a special event or other interesting topic. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Wendy Card

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