Casual. Community. Conversations. We interview community and school leaders, teachers, students, business people and citizens of our area in Upstate South Carolina. We keep it light and fun, while also being educational and informative.
Catherine Garrison, fourth generation co-owner of Denver Downs Farm, tells us all about her family's rich local history. As the farm's Event Coordinator, she shares all the cool things happening at the annual Fall Festival (and even how the corn maze is made), as well as other seasonal events. Oh, and she has some stories, too!
Anderson School District One Superintendent Robbie Binnicker describes how the school year is going so far with the COVID challenges, and updates us on all the growth and construction around the district. He also tells us about growing up on the farm, how he's a shrimp and grits "snob", his heart for mental health awareness and more.
Rob Young, owner of Borderlands Comics and Games and architect of SC Comicon, tells us his personal story, how Borderlands is growing, and how he's added SC Comicon Jr to the Fall schedule. We also talk about pro wrestling, the latest Marvel movie and more.
Angie Stringer, the Executive Director of The Cancer Association of Anderson, shares her own inspiring story of survival while letting us in on the incredible work of her organization and the events it has planned.
Anderson School District 2 Superintendent Jason Johns joins us to share his background in and approach to education, and tells some stories about family, travels, and other interests.
Our second season begins as we catch up with ACTC Media Broadcasting Program alum and award-winning, Emmy nominated news photographer Codie Sloan.
The head of Emerge Ministries, Jason Lawton, talks with us about what the organization is doing now and the big plans it has for teenagers in the Belton, SC community and beyond. He also introduces us to Jonathan Cole, the youth pastor for Emerge, who has quite a story to tell. In our more casual segments, we discuss the glut of leftover Girl Scout Cookies, what tastes better burnt (a little), Wagyu, and everything garlic.
It's a local business special, and the spotlight is on Tony's Pizza and Subs on 81 in Anderson. Mackenzie Wiggins and Jack Kicklighter join us to talk about - and allow us to sample - tasty items on Tony's menu. But our conversations also include What to get her for Mother's Day when she says Don't get me anything, how a guy in New Zealand makes elaborate custom coffins - what we would get, what makes us cringe,...
ACTC's long-time Digital Art Design Instructor, Danita Swaney, tells us what led to her getting the job initially and shares some of her interests outside of teaching. Her daughter, Morgan Swaney, a Freshman at Palmetto High School, shares how she courageously lives with Friedreich attaxia and some of the adventures she's had. Together we discuss the increasing problem of businesses so desperately short of workers that th...
It's always fun to visit with ACTC Media Broadcasting Film Production Instructor Winston Cely and his wife. Of course we talk movies, specifically comfort movies and famous movie directors, and Winston tells us about his department's recent wins at the Lander Film Festival.
We also discuss the issues for colleges concerning Spring Break this year, April Fool's pranks, what we throw when we're angry, and, of course, f...
Dr. Chris Ferguson, Powdersville High School Principal, returns to tell us about his new District 1 job, and update us on all things happening at PVHS. We also talk about phobias, what advice we'd give our high school selves, and how we survived our younger days without cell phones. We close out the show with our regular food segment, and this week potatoes are on the menu.
Palmetto High School principal Robby Roach drops by the ACTC studios to update us on what's going on at his school, including its navigation of COVID, prom plans, graduation, and new additions this summer. We also talk some Spring cleaning, and some of our favorite local restaurants and their specialties.
West Pelzer's Mayor tells us of good things happening in his town, we celebrate Get Over It Day, Barbie's 62nd birthday, and National Meatball Day, plus talk about some of our pet peeves. And in our most in depth ASMR food segment ever, we name the official peanut butter of The Boone Show.
ACTC's Career Coach tells us about herself and what she does. But lest you think we get too serious, we also talk about crispy/crunchy food favorites and Polka music!
This episode has gone to the dogs! Jackie Boone from GreatCreekCanines.com talks about her business, raising Golden Retrievers to be used as service, therapy, and emotional support dogs. She goes into depth about the unique puppy training process, starting from Day 1. In addition, we play dog trivia, talk about the hottest trends in the Pet Industry, and take a quiz to find out what kind of dog each of us would be. Yes, we went the...
@jasthehonest1 joins us as we talk about the boss's trip back to her Florida roots, some of our favorite foods that we would hate were it not for great condiments, Gorilla Glue and warning labels, and Gordon Ramsay's TikTok.
ACTC's Facilities Manager tells stories revealing his love of music and graveyards, plus his miraculous powers when it comes to hummingbirds. He's also got a romantic side and mad skills with stained glass.
Williamston's new Mayor joins us. We talk about his plans for the town, turkey buzzard cannons, cigars, and more.
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