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Moving is considered one of life’s top three stressors, even if you’ve planned for it. You have to adjust to not just a new house, but a new lifestyle too. So how do you create a home you love coming back to, while surviving the move itself? Your host, Jill Kalman, has helped people for over 15 years make the move from the city to the suburbs and thrive while doing it. Each week, Jill provides practical moving tips, tons of design wisdom, and all the encouragement you’ll need to make this tr ...
 
We are a C3 Church located in the Eastern Suburbs of Auckland. Our heart is to lead people towards Jesus. We are a vibrant, modern community church in the Eastern Suburbs of Auckland. We would love you to come along and check us out, Sundays 10am Te Oro Music & Arts Centre in Glen Innes. Kids are very welcome, we have a brilliant programme for them.
 
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It's the first of the recordings we made on Day Two of Suburbs Fest Midwest! A crowd gathered at Arlington Ale House to join us and contribute. We begin with and idea from BJ Bonin's: Songs that you remember exactly where you were the first time you heard them. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, in…
 
August is a busy time in the garden and around the homestead, learn 11 tasks for August to help you keep your homestead on track! Build your seed starting schedule step by step: Here Support the podcast at no additional cost to you and see what tools I use on my homestead: My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit What are you doing on your homestead? L…
 
Today’s guest was quoted in Good Housekeeping Magazine, and I reached out as I really wanted to introduce her to you! Kate Ecke is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the founder of The Unconventional Therapists. The Unconventional Therapists is a boutique therapy practice disrupting the mental health paradigm. Kate is trained in EMDR, Functional…
 
Today we launch a new feature (that we hinted at in yesterday's show): The First Record I Bought With My Own Money. That's not money your mom, dad, siblings or relatives gave you, that's money that was yours, whether you got it from allowance, cutting lawns, delivering papers, babysitting or shoveling snow. Bob Peterson and Mark Neese are up first,…
 
On day two of Suburbs Fest Midwest, Patrick, Scott Parks, Bob Peterson and Tim Hoffman headed to Chicago for record shopping. Here's what they talked about on the way. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at…
 
Patrick and Bill Mulligan pack and up head out to Suburbs Fest Midwest, stopping in Columbus, Ohio along the way. Listen in as they make their way west to Arlington Heights, Illinois. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher and Tune…
 
Today we hear from Sunny Varney and Jason Goebel with their new music picks from July. Get ready for Dawes, Birth, Ty Segall and Momma! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/rev…
 
Part two of July 2022 New Music is here! We got three picks for you today: Roger Grace (Lizzo), Kurt Gallagher (Freedy Johnston) and Harris King (Sam Prep, John McIntire). Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or liste…
 
Now that it's August, it's time for July New Music! We kick off the picks with two familiar voices from Scotland (Steven Routledge) and the Republic of Ireland (Liam McIndoe). Get ready for some heavy tunes and a dollop of country folk goodness. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoo…
 
Patrick is joined once again by Joe Dubuc to analyze Jack White's Fear of the Dawn. Today Joe takes us through the second side of the album, and speculates on how Jack's newest album, Entering Heaven Alive, might hold. Let's flip the record over and hit play. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, incl…
 
Patrick is joined over the next two days by Joe Dubuc to analyze Jack White's Fear of the Dawn. Today Joe takes us through side one and in the process reveals how he got into Jack's music and how a broken phone cable turned him on to Boarding House Reach. Hit play and get over your fear of the dawn. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcast…
 
To kick off a new week (and a new month), patron and pal Jeff Niebuhr joins Jim and Patrick and he invites his friend (and fellow podcaster) Vince Catanzaro for a discussion of songs about work. Vince and Jeff host a podcast called Meet the New Boss, so they know a thing or two about the world of employment. Hit play and get to work! Subscribe to R…
 
Farmers do an amazing job. Growing food isn't an easy task and during Maine's Open Farm Day I had an opportunity to walk farms and talk to the farmers who grow food for their communities and share their knowledge with anyone who is interested! Here are 5 things I learned from farmers. Support the podcast at no additional cost to you and see what to…
 
We close out the week with an installment of What Was First, this time focusing on a label suggested by none other than Mr. Jim Lenahan. It's the story of the first release on Daptone Records, a Brooklyn-based label that arose from the ashes of Desco Records. And if you are always getting Bosco Mann and Gabriel Roth confused, we'll clear that up fo…
 
It's another installment of What Was First! Today we tell the story of Beggars Banquet records as suggested by Kevin Clement. In other words, if you ever liked the Bolshoi, the Cult, Flesh for Lulu, Gene Loves Jezebel, the Icicle Works or the Go-Betweens hit play now. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platfo…
 
Patron Mike Wagner joins Jim and Patrick and the trio dips their toes into a big subject on today's episode: Is streaming bad for the music business? Put on your thinking caps and hit play! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher an…
 
It's part two of our conversation with Tim Hoffman, who tells Jim and Patrick about a truly once-in-a-lifetime concert he attended in 1994. It was called the Great Music Experience and to paraphrase Paul Harvey, hit play for the rest of the story. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioB…
 
We kick off the week by welcoming patron Tim Hoffman. He talks with Jim and Patrick about a truly once-in-a-lifetime concert he attended in 1994. We don't want to give away too much — and Tim explains it way better than we could anyway — so hit play and take in this fascinating concert tale. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes…
 
Pests are a pain to deal with, but they are inevitable in the garden. Today. let's talk about some control methods you can use in the garden to help keep pests in check. Mentioned in the episode: Bt is Bacillus thuringiensisis. A bacteria that is used to control caterpillars. My microbiologist friends are probably glad I didn't try to pronounce it …
 
We conclude our interviews with bands who will be playing the final night of Suburbs Fest Midwest today, bringing you the second part of our talk with Cutest Nuisance. Jim and Patrick are joined by band members Devin Brezak, Melissa Hernandez, Matt Cortez and Brad Earl. Today, we'll hear about their take on the Chicago music scene, some of their in…
 
Our interviews with the bands who will be playing Suburbs Fest Midwest in Chicago rolls on. This episode is the first of two-part chat with Chicago's Cutest Nuisance. Jim and Patrick are joined by band members Devin Brezak, Melissa Hernandez, Matt Cortez and Brad Earl. Hit play and find out if they really are a nuisance! Subscribe to Rockin' the Su…
 
We continue with a series of interviews with the bands who will be playing Suburbs Fest Midwest on Saturday, August 6 at the Hidden Cove in Chicago. Today, it's part two of our conversation with Minneapolis rockers Demolition Means Progress. Hit play and listen to band members BJ Bonin and Grant Martin answer questions from Jim and Patrick. Subscri…
 
We continue with a series of interviews with the bands who will be playing Suburbs Fest Midwest on Saturday, August 6. Today, we unveil part one of a two-part conversation with Minneapolis rockers Demolition Means Progress. Hit play and listen to the band tell their story! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast p…
 
Have you ever stayed at a hotel, and you just wanted to bring it all home? I’m so excited to bring you Darcy Guttwein, who is the expert in bringing those great things that we all enjoy in hotels into our home, because I’ve always been a proponent of that! Darcy Guttwein is a seasoned world traveler with a passion for lifestyle improvement. She has…
 
In anticipation of Suburbs Fest Midwest, we have the first of a series of interviews with the bands who will be playing the Saturday night finale. We begin with the Stick Arounds from Lansing Charter Township in Michigan. We're joined by Matt Carlson (guitar, vocals), Ian Walker (bass, guitar) and Jeff Gower (guitar, vocals). Hit play and get the w…
 
The summer is busy in the garden but in July and August, there are some steady garden chores you can do from taking care of the soil to cane fruit. See how you can help your garden grow! Support the podcast at no additional cost to you and see what tools I use on my homestead: My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit What's growing in your garden right…
 
We put a wrap on June new music today with selections from Sunny Varney, Jason Goebel and Patrick! You'll hear tunes from The Sheepdogs, El Perro, Craig Finn, Prince & the Revolution and Robocobra Quartet. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHe…
 
June new music rolls on today with calls from four members of our community: Barret Ries, Harris King, Gerald Chyzenski and Liam McIndoe. You'll hear music from Coheed and Cambria, Yoo Doo Right, Jawny (feat. Beck), Dion Lunadon and Stars. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spo…
 
It's new music time, peoples! We kick off June with three voices from Europe: Steven Routledge, Niklas Nygårds and Roger Grace. We'll hear music from Coheed and Cambria, Michaela Anne, Courtney Marie Andrews, Viagra Boys, The Beths and Sigrid with Bring Me the Horizon. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platf…
 
We travel back in time more than 80 years to discover the story of what was the first release on Blue Note Records. The label's beginning has roots in one of the most famous concerts of all time and owes a debt to whiskey as well. Hit play and get ready to cry the blues. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast pla…
 
We kick off an action-packed week with a bite-size history lesson, AKA an episode of What Was First. Adam Coop from Louisville, KY suggested we research what was the first release on Dualtone Records and we have done just that. You are in for a blast with this one, listener, a record that mixes up Appalachia and Australia. Hit play and let the Rock…
 
Join me with a cup of tea for a chat about homesteading. In today's episode, you can hear about some of the things going on around the homestead behind the scenes if you will. Things that worked and things that didn't along with some tips for local food. Support the podcast at no additional cost to you and see what tools I use on my homestead: My G…
 
We wrap up the week with another edition of What Was First. Today, a suggestion from listener Mark Neese provides the topic. He wanted to know what the first release on iconic punk label Dischord Records was. And we have the answer for him! Hit play and get ready for a minor disturbance. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or …
 
Today we give you a chance to listen to what didn't make the two conversations we had with Matt Carlson (The Stick Arounds, Harborcoat and Phonophore Records) on episodes 1398 and 1399. That's right, folks, it's the Matt Carlson outtakes! Enjoy! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoo…
 
Here's part two of our conversation with Matt Carlson of the Stick Arounds and Harborcoat. Today we discuss the very cool (and free!) various artists collection All Good Kids - A Tribute To Guided By Voices that Matt issued on his Phonophore Records label. Hit play and listen to Matt take us inside this great project. Subscribe to Rockin' the Subur…
 
The first of a two-part conversation with Matt Carlson of the Stick Arounds and Harborcoat starts of the week! Jim and Patrick get to know Matt, his musical background and influences today and tomorrow, we delve into a really cool project he's got going. Hit play and get stuck around with Matt! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTu…
 
Today I’m bringing you an encore episode of one of my favorite interviews I’ve done since starting this podcast, with Brittney Levine! You may know Brittney as she is on tv all the time and does amazing style and shopping segments, and in June 2020 we did a whole episode on how to find your style. So many people come to me and are confused about st…
 
Raising your own chickens for meat or eggs is a great project for most homesteaders but they can get expensive with the cost of feed. In this episode, we dive into some strategies homesteaders use to save money raising chickens Support the podcast at no additional cost to you and see what tools I use on my homestead: My Gardening Kit My Homesteadin…
 
A tale from the long lost New York City of the early 1970's hits your ears today in the form of another edition of What Was First. Suggested by listener Harris King, here's the story of Ork Records and the first release by Television. Hit play and listen to us tell a vision. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast…
 
Today's topic was suggested by listener Nick Jewlachow, who thought finding out what the first release on UK label Mute Records would be a good idea. And he was right! Dig into the story of a label started with a synthesizer, a four track tape recorder and some earnings from film editing. Throw in a little help from Rough Trade Distribution and a c…
 
We finished tidying up the correspondence drawer, so we're celebrating with an episode of What Was First. Today's topic was suggested by gentleman, scholar and rock and roll animal Bud Verge, who wanted to know what the first release on 2 Tone Records was. Hit play and find out. It's pretty special. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcast…
 
We continue to tidy up our correspondence drawer today, and inside we came across four interesting items. You are about to hear tales of an Amazon Voice command misfire, La Ludwig Band, no boundaries rock and roll and Tommy Keene. Hit play and get listening, listener! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platfo…
 
Community member Kevin Porter sent in three concert tales a while back (and we use that term loosely) and today we share them with you. Joan Baez, Sharon Van Etten and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin are featured in this delightful trio of stories. Hit play for a cool trip down memory lane. Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/i…
 
Scaling up your homestead is another learning curve. In today's episode, I want to talk about some things that I wish we had known before expanding the homestead. Support the podcast and see what tools I use on my homestead: My Gardening Kit My Homesteading Kit What do you wish you knew before homesteading? Let me know and connect with other misfit…
 
To round out the week, we cleaned up all the remaining calls on the Suburban Party Line to get it all set for June new music messages. Kevin Bartlett dials up to tells about an epic four-night concert run featuring Phish and Superchunk. Jimmy Lonetti phones in from the glove shop to talk about something he heard on a classic Replacements song. Hit …
 
Today, Jim and Patrick talk with patron Kevin Bartlett and his daughter about their musical journeys. Which are both literal and musical. But enough explaining, hit play and get into their story! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitc…
 
We celebrate Bearsville Records and Todd Rundgren's birthday in today's edition of What Was First. Bearsville was born in 1969 and Todd turns 73 today. Hit play and live the American Dream! Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon, iHeart, Stitcher an…
 
We start off the week by taking care of some outstanding new music business. Namely, calls from Harris King and Adam Coop that fell through the cracks in May and April, respectively. We also ask you to give your thoughts on the new music format ideas we've tried out in the last two months and remind you that the deadline for June new music is comin…
 
If your house is cluttered, it’s probably because your mind is a little cluttered too. I’m so excited to being bringing an expert, Julie Coraccio, on the show to help you clear the clutter - in all areas of your life! Julie an award-winning professional organizer, author, speaker, and certified life coach based in Wheeling, WV who works with people…
 
We close out the week with a new edition of What Was First focusing on groundbreaking electro-pop label ZTT Records. Listener Kjell Arne Sandvik suggested this label and it makes for a very interesting episode. This bite-size history lesson involves Trevor Horn, The Art of Noise and pioneering use of the Fairlight synthesizer. Subscribe to Rockin' …
 
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