Jen has gone through a lot since we graduated from Broadneck High School together in 1999. Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis, depression, suicide attempts: she's lived through a lot. But that's the key -- she has lived through it, in spite of the odds. Check out this week's episode of Offcast where Jen tells me all about her harrowing journey from self-conscious teenager, to disabled adult, to a fighter who is ready to defy the odds.
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Offcast Episode 8: In this week's episode of #Offcast features Tracy Dunaway, one of my oldest and dearest friends. A third generation tour guide in Washington DC, Tracy and I talk about growing up in Annapolis and why she decided to join the family tour guide business. (Click Link In Bio)
This week's episode of Offcast features Johnny and Lukas, Broadneck High School alumni, and Annapolis rockers. We talk about our time at Broadneck, what they've been up to since graduation, and what they're next move is.
Muddy Creek Artists Guild celebrates its 10th anniversary on May 10-12 & 17-19 at South River Colony in Edgewater, Maryland. In this week's episode of Offcast, Muddy Creek co-founders Bea Poulin and JoAnne Riley talk about the Guild’s history, how much money they’ve raised for the community over 10 years, and what’s next for the intrepid band of roving artists.
Offcast Episode 3: Meet Steve, a father, husband, gardener, designer, and gift of beard, whose fat eyelids prevent him from being the creative genius he was meant to be. Are your fat eyelids preventing you from being the person you ought to be? Try Zelco!
Offcast Episode 2: Wyatt Makes Super Bowl LIII Prediction, picking the New England Patriots in a blow-out versus the Los Angeles Rams during Super Bowl 53. “It would be a miracle if the Rams win,” he says.
Offcast Episode 1: McDaniel College’s Zepp Distinguished Teacher award winner, Dr Katie Staab, talks to JLB about her journey from Catholic School to biology professor. The pair also discuss their shared memories of college at Mount St Mary’s University, as well as Katie’s passion for training future generations of doctors and scientists.