a/perture Cinema, Aquatic Ceremony, As Ardmore Turns, City Beverage, Finnigan's Wake Irish Pub & Kitchen, Forsyth County, King's Crab Shack & Oyster Bar, Middle of the Root, Netflix, SweetWater Brewing, The Garage, The Less Desirables, Washington Perk & Provision Company, Winston-Salem Jaycees, WSNC
Here’s the recap of last week’s episode of The Less Desirables. This is only a recap and listening to the full version of the show will enlighten and enrich your life, it’s like a scientific fact or something. I read it on Clickbait Central on Facebook, I think. Anywhat! Here’s your rundown.
Ashley Jobe and Nancey Cost came in to talk about Middle of the Root. Middle of the Root is a program that aims to provide farm-fresh and locally grown food to the area, especially Forsyth County. They are particularly focused on the food-insecure areas and hope to impact those areas, according to their website, by: “creating access to healthy, farm-fresh food and providing both education and empowerment for healthier eating. By partly funding our programs through the sale of meal kits with fresh, local ingredients, we also support agriculture in our area, expanding the market for local farmers by connecting them with people who want and need what they grow.” Ashley and Nancey were awesome guests and laughed a lot. That helps.
a/perture cinema presented the week in movies and that includes what’s new to Netflix streaming as well as a review of the movie of the week, Dances with Wolves. You can also read that review that I always present on this blog, HERE.
Caitlin Weaver, the current “El Presidente” of the Winston-Salem Jaycees gives an update on what was and is happening in their world, and yours, and how you can be part of said happenings and just get involved. She’s not one to bite, but I would listen to her… just in case.
Our official music sponsor, The Garage, presented what was coming out in new music for last Friday and we played a song by Aquatic Ceremony called “Canopic Jar.” You should give the song a listen, it’s right cool if not based one something a bit morbid. Amy Fitzgerald’s voice is phenomenal so that alone makes it worth it.
The latest episode of our “almost true-to-life soap opera that practically writes itself,” As Ardmore Turns features the gang in the middle of explosions or gunfire or fireworks or something. They were getting upset about it. It could have been someone’s dinner, though…?
City Beverage, the official beer sponsor, presents Goin’ Coastal from SweetWater Brewing Company as our beer of the week. It’s an IPA that has hints of pineapple in it. I thought it was a pretty good beer.
In addition to the sponsors listed above, we’d like to thank our Official Emerald Isle: Finnigan’s Wake Irish Pub & Kitchen; our Official Seafood Sponsor: King’s Crab Shack and Oyster Bar; Our Official Provision Company: Washington Perk and Provision Company. You guys are the best and we appreciate you so much! Go visit the sponsors and enjoy their wares, you will not be disappointed, I promise! Give the whole episode a listen!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Is this “sounds-like-gunshots” mystery going to go on all summer…?” – Annoyed Ardmore Resident