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I am a Broad Ripple resident and owner of Village Recording Studio. With this Podcast, I hope to entertain and inform listeners with stories and conversations with residents and business owners that call Broad Ripple Village their home.

I am a Broad Ripple resident and owner of Village Recording Studio. With this Podcast, I hope to entertain and inform listeners with stories and conversations with residents and business owners that call Broad Ripple Village their home.
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United States

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I am a Broad Ripple resident and owner of Village Recording Studio. With this Podcast, I hope to entertain and inform listeners with stories and conversations with residents and business owners that call Broad Ripple Village their home.

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English

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3174324306


Episodes

Episode 15 - A Walk in the Dark

8/15/2018
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This episode features the world premiere of a new podcast series entitled “A Walk in the Dark”. Performed by local voice actors and produced at Village Recording Studio in Broad Ripple, the series is inspired by TV and Radio shows such as the Twilight Zone and Hitchcock Presents. The series is written and directed by Bob Berry, a long-time actor, acting coach, and soon-to-be-author. The first episode, “The Accident” will be played and then Bob will talk about the origin of the story, his...

Duration:00:34:20

Episode 14 - Caregiving with Joy

7/25/2018
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In this episode, Tina McIntosh and Corrina Thompson of Joy's House talk about the special care for adults living with physical and mental challenges as well as the needs of family caregivers caring for an aging or disabled loved one. The also talk about the Dawson family, who owned the land and house that Joy's House currently calls home. Be sure to attend Joy's House annual Open House on Thursday July 26, a family-friendly evening event at Joy’s House Broad Ripple including dinner,...

Duration:00:44:51

Episode 13 - White River Rescue

7/10/2018
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The Episode of the Broad Ripple Village Podcast is brought to you by BRICS and the Broad Ripple Brewpub. On Sunday, July 9, 2017 Indianapolis firefighters responded to a call involving two veteran kayakers who got into trouble on the White River. In this episode of the Broad Ripple Village Podcast, Captain Casey Sweeney, rescue firefighter Kenny Lang and rescue firefighter Matthew Ramey tell their dramatic story of that rescue.

Duration:00:42:52

Episode 12 - What Makes The Good Earth Great

6/20/2018
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Alix Litwack talks to Brian about her radio show, the Good Earth Natural Food Company, and how Brian can make his peanut butter and jelly sandwiches healthier.

Duration:00:35:17

Episode 11 - Colleen Fanning and The Fate of Broad Ripple High School

6/3/2018
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Colleen Fanning, the new Executive Director of the Broad Ripple Village Association, talks about the fate of Broad Ripple High School, and her vision for the Village, including connecting Broad Ripple Park to the Village and making the avenue more pleasing to the eye and more functional for residents and businesses. Please donate to keep this podcast going! www.gofundme/broadripplevillagepodcast

Duration:00:33:35

Episode 10 - Millennials in Midtown

5/22/2018
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Jeffrey and Eva Jackson, two married millennials living in SoBro, discuss stereotypes attributed to their generation, the rising popularity of vinyl records, why public transportation such as the Red Line is important to them, and who will be renting all those new apartments in Broad Ripple.

Duration:00:32:26

Episode 9 - Jeff Ayers

5/4/2018
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Jeff Ayers, aka Ben Wa Salami, talks about his stage name, dressing up CPR dummies, hardworking worms, and the origins of the bi-annual Linear Bocce Tournament held in hidden alleys of SOBRO.

Duration:00:30:22

Episode 8 - The First Brewpub in Indiana

5/1/2018
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Billy Hannan, manager of the Broad Ripple Brewpub, talks about his father-in-law’s motivation to open the very first brewpub in Indiana nearly 30 years ago, and how it paved the way for the craft beer industry to thrive in Indiana ever since.

Duration:00:26:04

Episode 7- The Blind Broom Guy of Indy

4/19/2018
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Jim Richter, also known as “Blind Broom Guy”, talks about how life has taken him from the small town of North Judson to the Indiana School for the Blind to selling brooms on windswept street corners across Indianapolis. Recorded with Village Recording's binaural (3D) microphones on the streets of Broad Ripple, this podcast gives the headphone listener the experience of relying on hearing as the primary means of sensing their surroundings as a blind person would.

Duration:00:22:04

Episode 6 - Jazzin' Up the Village

4/2/2018
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Dave Allee, owner and operator of the Jazz Kitchen, talks about his love for jazz, the influence Indianapolis has had on the genre, and how the Jazz Kitchen keeps Indianapolis on the map when it comes to world class places to hear, see, and consume Jazz.

Duration:00:31:12

Episode 5 - Keeping the "Village" in Broad Ripple

3/23/2018
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Brian talks to Deb and Chuck Hasbrook, owners and operators of Hotel Broad Ripple, about the inspiration for building the hotel, the trials and tribulations of a renovation, and how keeping the "village" in Broad Ripple is critical to attracting people to stay at their hotel.

Duration:00:32:17