Trusted, long-time print and broadcast journalist, Mary Insprucker, produces and hosts Triangle 411, the pulse that moves the world today. This one-size-fits-all Podcast is a vibrant collection of stories, medical breakthroughs, what’s trending, help, hot topics, entertainment, social good, events and boundless other adventures. Engaging interviews are compelling, witty and sneak behind the scenes for fresh twists on old subjects. A conversation pit of comedians, politicians, authors, chefs, sports figures, experts, the common and the uncommon are featured. National and local topics include career advice, marketing tips , environmental solutions, COVID-19 info, and what to do this weekend, as well as, input from city mayors, local heroes, interviews with Iron Chef Justin Sutherland, YouTube's Holderness Family, Women's US World Cup Champ Jessica McDonald and James Beard finalist Chef Cheetie Kumar, insights into the Clinton and Klobuchar campaigns, TV shows, space travel, Death Cafes, psychic artists, Purple Heart recipient, Labrador retriever, Sgt. Yeager, how to: say "no," avoid failure, and be happy, and so much more. There’s something for everyone. Even those “in the know” will want to know the expansive information this podcast serves up. So, join in the fun or get serious with us on all major podcast platforms including iTunes/Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Pandora, Alexa, Stitcher, TuneIn, Castro, etc., or at our website Triangle411.buzzsprout.com Listenership is hold harmless and for entertainment purposes and does not act as an endorsement, suggestion, or full investigation.
Behind the scenes, history, judging, and do handlers actually put dog treats in their mouths? I talk with Westminster judge Dennis Mc-Coy Non-Profit: Humane Society
COVID patient, single gal, and others regroup for part two of our show, COVID-What Were You Thinking. See how their original sentiments have changed from COVID’s infancy until today.
KATHLEEN O'BRIEN’S new book, RECLAIM YOUR RIGHT TO GROW OLD, shares philosophies on aging and why she believes society’s quest for the fountain of youth is robbing people of the happiness to be found in aging—Non-Profit Spotlight: Activate Good
Time to be puttin’ on the Ritz because happy days are here, again…almost
Non-Profit Spotlight: Cary & Dorcas ‘Oasis and emergency housing assistance programs AND Cary 150th Anniversary Spotlight
Get free marketing advice worth thousands of $ from our marketing CMO guru Tom Insprucker: Returning to profitability after COVID. This weeks Non-Profit Spotlight: Assistance League of the Triangle Area.
Help for overcoming loneliness— I talk with Crisis Text Line's Chief Program Officer Becka Ross. This weeks Non Profit Spotlight: Crisis Text Line
Behind the Scenes (Washington ate there), Races, Histories, 13,000 feet of Hot Dogs and Guinness World Record-Non-Profit: Vehicles for Veterans, Cary 150th Anniversary Spotlight. Charlotte Motor Speedway is Jonathan Coleman, Senior Director of Communications for the Charlotte Motor Speedway
Pitch the lose 30 pounders/carrots/squats—and still look luscious at the beach-Non-Profit Duke Behavioral & Southlight
Durham Bulls Baseball Team: Storied History, Bull Durham Movie, 2021 Coaches, Rooster, etc. Scott Strickland, Assistant General Manager of Operations. Non-Profit Spotlight: SouthLight Innovative Behavioral Health
I speak with Dr. Zachary Rubin about the Natural, Common Sense and Medical Remedies for seasonal allergies. Non-Profit Spotlight: Poe Center
Comedy: Penn on Mars!? Kim’s Regé-Jean Page Crush, “It’s Vaccination Day”. Non-Profit Spotlight: Families Together. Kim and Penn Holderness.
Domestic Violence Exploration, Treatment, Aid, UN Advisories, International Solutions, Survivor’s Story. Non-Profit Spotlight: Acadiana, National Domestic Violence Hotline, Harbor of Johnston County—Cary 150th Anniversary Spotlight
Ramon Ray, an in-demand global keynote speaker who gave a speech at the White House, addresses the fear of public speaking, how-to overcome, virtual presentations, etc. to turn you into a superstar! Non-Profit Spotlight: Carroll’s Kitchen
Iron Chef America on amazing things he can do with an Easy Bake Oven and his Fast Foodies TV Show—referred to as equal parts food, comedy and debauchery. -ALSO –Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht on Cary’s 150th Anniversary, Non-Profit Spotlight: The North Stands
ARTS FUNDING: Big Night In for the ARTS: initiative to raise funds for arts programming, initiatives for equity in the arts, and artist/arts organizations’ relief.
Dr. David Prerau, featured on Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN International, etc., the world's foremost authority on Daylight Saving Time, talks pros, cons, legislature, curiosities, etc. Non-Profit Spotlight: Spare Some Change Pantry for the Pandemic Food Drive for Dorcas Ministries 187 High House Road, Cary, NC 27511.
Lauri Loewenberg, a Certified Dream Analyst, columnist, author, radio personality talks all things “Dreams” & Nightmares - Non-Profit Spotlight: Spare Some Change Pantry for the Pandemic Food Drive for Dorcas Ministries 187 High House Road, Cary, NC 27511.
Alzheimer’s patient, Jay Reinstein, talks how he and his family survives, copes, handles his job, treatment and advocacy. Alzheimer’s Association highlights new treatments, medication, research, and looking toward a cure. Non-Profit Spotlight: Spare Some Change- Pantry for the Pandemic Food Drive for Dorcas Ministries 187 High House Road, Cary, NC 27511.
Our take on a recent feature in People Magazine: Canine Companions for Independence—Disability Assistance Dogs. We talk to a disability puppy trainer, recipient, and the org on how it all works, what disabilities qualify including veterans with PTSD, and general info on what these assistance dogs do such as, turn on lights, pick-up/retrieve items, open doors, and increase independence and confidence. Also: Duke Puppy Kindergarten
The University of Kentucky & Denver mountaineer/Rotarian talks challenges, scares, weather and other factors in her climb to raise money for charity. Non-Profit Spotlight: Shelter Box,
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