Find out the latest information about our beautiful and happening town of New Bern and Beyond. Beyond, meaning our travels throughout Eastern North Carolina.
During this show, New Bern Now’s Podsquad: Rich Sheridan, George Oliver and I talked about all kinds of things. Find out if we talked about you, your business, or non-profit!
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If you didn’t know, The Podsquad meets every other Thursday to record the bulk of the podcast. We also do phone interviews throughout the week and insert the recording into the next podcast and if it’s a non-profit or event interview, it also airs on New Bern’s News Talk Radio Station WNOS 107.5 FM.
00:57 – Music in New Bern
2:12 – Duck and fish feeding stations
3:28 – Rucker John’s
4:15 – Caribsea Restaurant
4:26 – Bay Leaf Indian Restaurant
5:21 – Kimchi
6:00 – Elks Building improvement
6:30 – Oliver and Cheek
9:30 – Sound of Music
11:33 – Interview with Michelle Lynn, owner of Guestbook Event Services
13:20 – Tryon Civitan’s “No Child Wet Behind” Diaper Drive
14:09 – Religious Community Services
17:02 – Body Scanners installed by TSA at the Coastal Carolina Regional Airport
17:47 – New Bern Aquatic Center and George Street Sprayground
21:02 – Interview with Kathy Morrison to learn more about the New Bern Historical Society’s Ghostwalk Auditions.
21:55 – Behind the Scenes: Costume Shop at Tryon Palace
22:05 – On the Road to Mandalay with
22:07 – Trent River Coffee Company
24:17 – Storytellers with Patrick Bliss at the City Laundry
25:30 – New Bern Farmers Market
26:03 – Author Joey Jones
27:30 – New Bern Writers
26:35 – Women vs. Wild: A Tale of Two Sisters
30:12 – Front Porch Music with Strung Together Band and Ice Cream Social
30:54 – Ol’ Front Porch Music Festival in Oriental
32:59 – Daytrippin’
37:57 – Upcoming Events
This Podcast is sponsored by The Law Offices of Oliver and Cheek, PLLC
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We’ll be back on August 7, 2017.
Special thanks to Lisa Bisbee-Lentz and Mike Lentz for letting us record in the Isaac Taylor House!
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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