Posts filed under "Podcast"

The Decaturish Podcast asks, ‘What is Greenhaven?’

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 30, 2018

Kathryn Rice and Isaac Finley with the Greenhaven cityhood movement joined Decaturish for this week’s podcast. They talked about the proposed city of Greenhaven in South DeKalb and also responded to some of the criticisms of their effort. Music for this week’s podcast was provided by the Bantam Breaks and the podcast was recorded at the Decatur […]

The Decaturish Podcast talks D&D, Sean Hannity, burning bridges & more with George Chidi

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 24, 2018

This week’s episode of the Decaturish Podcast features local journalist and politician George Chidi. As a local writer and advocate, Chidi knows the ins and outs of DeKalb County and the city of Atlanta. He also runs a great Dungeons and Dragons game. Please subscribe to our podcast! To subscribe to our podcast in iTunes, […]

The Decaturish Podcast sits down with LifeLine Animal Project spokesperson Karen Hirsch

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 17, 2018

This week’s episode of the Decaturish podcast features LifeLine Animal Project spokesperson Karen Hirsch. We covered a range of topics, and talked about history of the organization and ways to protect animals in DeKalb County and beyond. Music for this week’s podcast was provided by the Bitteroots and this episode was recorded at the Decatur […]

The Decaturish Podcast talks watershed, Sheriff Mann and more with Marjorie Snook

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 11, 2018

Decaturish celebrates its return to podcasting with an extra episode this week. In this episode we’re talking DeKalb County politics with Marjorie Snook, one of the founders of DeKalb Strong, a local advocacy group. Music for this week’s podcast was provided by the Bantam Breaks and the podcast was recorded at the Decatur Library. The […]

The Decaturish Podcast talks to Daniel Walker with Neighbors Against Greenhaven

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 10, 2018

The Decaturish Podcast is back after a long hiatus. This week’s guest is Daniel Walker with Neighbors Against Greenhaven. We have also invited representatives from the Greenhaven cityhood movement and they will join us on a future episode. Music for this week’s podcast was provided by the Bantam Breaks and the podcast was recorded at […]

The 15th annual Kirkwood Spring Fling is almost here

Posted by Mary Margaret Stewart May 11, 2017

On May 20, Kirkwood is bringing back the Kirkwood Spring Fling & Tour of Homes for its 15th year. Hosted at Bessie Branham park, located at 2051 Delano Drive in Atlanta, the Kirkwood Spring Fling is a kid-friendly event, featuring an “expanded artist market, diverse lineup of live music, creative kids’ activities, Blue Ribbon BBQ […]

Q&A with dietitian David Orozco on National Nutrition Month

Posted by Dena Mellick March 15, 2016

If your New Year’s resolutions to eat well have slipped in the last two months, it’s never too late to reset. March is National Nutrition Month, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The theme this year is “ Savor the Flavor of Eating Right” and the focus is on mindful eating and nutritious […]

BaconCast – Decaturish newsmakers interview

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 24, 2014

BaconFest returns this Saturday, March 29. The annual Dad’s Garage fundraiser offers all sorts of drunken, madcap fun. Ed Morgan, an ensemble member of Dad’s Garage, stopped by for a Decaturish.com newsmakers Podcast. The theater troupe is looking for a new permanent home, so proceeds from this year’s event will be crucial to making that […]

Podcast – Exaggerate Irish heritage, you will

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 17, 2014

Did you know our Podcast is on iTunes now? Our Podcast is officially legitimate, just like our Irish-ishness. Podcast topics this week include BaconFest, the Waffle House Museum, The Spotted Trotter and the Decatur City Commission considering a fee hike for garbage service and more. Our freelance content today? That’s thanks to you people sticking […]

Newsmakers – Bob Means talks about the RAD Studio Cruise

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt March 11, 2014

The Rail Arts District Cruise is nigh, and organizers are hustling to get everything ready for the March 15 event. One of the organizers is Bob Means, owner of Little Tree Art Studio in Avondale Estates. Means sat down with Decatuirsh to talk about the Rail Arts District and how the cruise got started. The […]

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