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Author: Austin Savage & Alex Turner

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The People of Peoria Podcast is a local show that exists to introduce you to the people and places that shape the culture of the Peoria, Illinois area the most. Join two friends, Austin & Alex, as we learn the stories behind the places we all know and love, grab coffee (or a beer) with the people who are making a difference in the community, and discover things about Peoria we never knew! Got ideas for the show or businesses, people, and organizations that should be featured? Send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com.
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Today we have a highly requested episode we get to share with you! The experiences we get to have and the people we get to meet is always the best part of doing this podcast. And this episode is no different. We got to hangout for an evening with Jodie & Cliff Vieira, Founders of Crafted DIY Studio & Bar in the Warehouse District.In this casual episode, they share what it was like to open Crafted 2 WEEKS before the shutdown, how Cliff has been Jodie's landlord twice, the process of adding new crafts and cocktails to their selection, how their personalities push each other further, their dream for Peoria, and so much more. And as always, we talk about crazy things like appointing a president of the internet, finding a penguin in the freezer, and hotdogs in the microwave. Listen in!(Special shoutout to Ellie Gerber, a core part of the team at Crafted, for making our drinks for the evening! SO GOOD!)Links:@crafted.diystudiobar on InstagramCrafted DIY Studio & Bar WebsiteFollow Crafted on FacebookAustin Savage & Co.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Getting to meet the people who make up our community is the BEST part of doing this podcast! For Episode 17, we had such a fun and casual conversation with Jeff Himstedt, Owner of J.Him Woodworking, recorded live from his shop. HUGE thanks to Bearded Owl for the brews and Peacocks Pub for the pizza and wings.Jeff is an incredible craftsman. In this episode, he shares his journey from growing up on his family's farm to entering the Air Force to starting his own woodworking business. In his words, "I wanted to build badass furniture, so that's what I did." He openly shares what the biggest obstacle he's overcome in his life is, the project he's most proud of, why it's absolutely crucial to truly love what you do, how he's rediscovered his faith in the last year, and so much more. Of course, we also talk stupid questions like what animals he'd combine to create the ultimate animal, what cheat codes he'd have if his life were a video game, and more about smurfs, New York, and his beer of choice. This one will bring you laughs, inspiration, and a fresh perspective on our community! Listen in!Links:@j.him_woodworking on Instagram J. Him Woodworking on FacebookJ. Him Woodworking on YouTubeJeff's Website & Work#LoveWhereYouLivePeoria Merch is at Lost Art Designs!Bearded Owl BrewingPeacocks PubAustin Savage & Co.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Now that we're at Episode 16, it's about time we share our first outdoor episode with you! And here it is! This week, we had the incredible opportunity to meet Jan Powers, tour Stone Well Gardens, and enjoy a couple glasses of wine. Jan has written a column in the Journal Star for over 10 years, is a garden writer, an artist, author of multiple books, and the host of the annual Market on Moss. She also has recently walked through a journey to learn more about her father who died as a pilot in World War II when she was just a year old.In this episode, we talk about why Jan believes we're all connected, the process of discovering an untold story, how her Grandpa Les introduced her to the joy of gardening, what the word God means to her, and the value of slowing down to see what's actually taking place in your community. She also tells us our stupid questions weren't good enough so you get BONUS stupid questions! 😂 She shares what she thinks cats dream about, the weirdest food she's eaten, which of her plants she'd bring to life if she could, what song represents her life, and more. We hope you enjoy!!Links:@StoneWellGardensArt on Etsy (grab her books here!)@stonewellgardens on InstagramEmail JanIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
You know we had a good time when we stay for 4 extra hours after an interview concludes, just to continue the conversation! We connected so quickly with Tristan and Mitch Popadziuk, 2 of the 3 owners of CxT Roasting Company, and we can't wait to share some of our conversation with you today!In addition to a whole lot of laughs, we talk about what they'd do if they won the lottery, the story of how CxT moved from a newfound passion to a growing family-owned business, the process of growing coffee and what influences the taste, their favorite coffee origins, what it's like to be in business as a family, and a whole lot more! We hope you enjoy! ☕️Links:CxT Roasting Company's Website @cxtcoffee on InstagramCxT on FacebookOur bonus episode with JK WilliamsAustin Savage & Co.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
"People are capable of more than they realize." - Jam RohrWelcome back to The People of Peoria Podcast! We've got such a fun episode to share with you today as we got to hang out and have some beers with Jam & Danny Rohr, owners of Black Dog Metal Arts and Up Beet Jams. These are two of the most thoughtful, intentional people here in Peoria and we're incredibly grateful for the time we had to get to know them a little better.Today, Jam & Danny share some fun stories about cliff diving, the crazy story behind their wedding rings, their first tattoos, the time Danny created a fully-functioning guillotine, and some of the wildest experiences while pouring metal with Black Dog. We also got to try some samples from Up Beet Jams live on the show, hear what they love about and hope to see in Peoria, find ourselves talking about their perspective on death (seriously such intentional people!), and how both businesses have been going.SO much good stuff! Listen in! Links:Black Dog Metal ArtsUp Beet Jams@upbeetjams on Instagram@jam_rohr on Instagram@mrdannyrohr on Instagram@blackdogmetalarts on InstagramSlumberland FurnitureIndustry BrewingAustin Savage & Co.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Welcome back to The People of Peoria Podcast! We've got an awesome conversation recorded live from the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce to share with you today. For Episode 13, we had the chance to have a beer with Joshua Gunn, CEO of the Chamber, who moved to our community 3 months into COVID-19.Today, Joshua shares the potential and opportunity he sees in Peoria, how music has been the guide in his life and provided opportunities to tour internationally, how he's grown as a leader in the last year, the incredible success he saw in the economic development as VP of the Chamber in his hometown of Durham, NC, and how Peoria can grow in diversity, equity, and inclusion. And of course, we also talk about his survival plan if there was a zombie apocalypse, why he loves being a dad, and the sleepwalking event that almost took his life. This is a really good one, and we encourage you to listen in!Links:Peoria Area Chamber of CommerceJoshua Gunn on InstagramPACC on InstagramPACC on FacebookAustin Savage & Co.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Welcome back to The People of Peoria Podcast! We are so excited to start sharing the stories of Peoria again. Today, we're sharing an emotional and real conversation we actually recorded back in February with local musician, Nathan Peterson. Nathan and his wife have 5 children — three boys and two girls — one of whom was born with Trisomy 18 and now has gone ahead of them. In this episode, Nathan shares about the role music has played throughout his life, the beautiful and hard memories from Olivia's brief life, the journey of grief and healing his family is on, the importance of how we breathe, how his relationship with God has shifted, and so much more.To close it out, he shared a beautiful 4-song performance with us over Zoom that we're excited to share with you as well!Also, just a disclaimer: Nathan talks openly in this episode about the loss of their daughter, Olivia, and how he has pursued healing. In the case that may be a trigger for you, we want you to know upfront about the content of this podcast.Links:Nathan's WebsiteNathan's BooksNathan's MusicConnect with Nathan on InstagramConnect with Nathan on FacebookIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
We're closing out 2020 with a fun one, LIVE (and distanced) from the comforts of Alex's three-seasons porch because Alex recently tore his patellar tendon (he shares the whole story at the start of the conversation).For Episode 11, we're welcoming Kayla Phillips on to the show. If you've been following us on social media, you know that we've been partnering with Kayla on our recent #LoveWhereYouLivePeoria campaign, through which we raised $1000 to give directly back to local businesses and nonprofits.Kayla is an incredibly talented graphic designer and illustrator. In this conversation, she shares about her entrepreneurial spirit that was first developed through a greeting card business at a young age, what brought her from Kansas City to Peoria, her unique journey after receiving a teaching degree to going into full-time design, why she doesn't think a hot dog is a sandwich, her special relationship with afternoon coffee, and some updates on a recent art mystery in our community.Listen in!Links:Kayla Phillips Design WebsiteKayla Phillips on InstagramKayla Phillips on FacebookIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
We made it to Episode 10! For this one, we had the incredible opportunity to hang out with Jake Hamann at The Nest Coworking downtown. A serial entrepreneur and local ecosystem builder, Jake is the Founder and Executive Director of the Peoria Innovation Alliance.This episode is a special one. Jake opened up and brought us into his story in such a powerful and honest way. He shares about growing up in Pekin, how his entrepreneurial mindset has led him to build initiatives and businesses throughout his life, the painful journey of losing his wife of 14 years to cancer, why he continues to pursue his dream of turning Peoria into the innovation capital of the midwest, and some fun random questions about Diet Coke, cheetahs, pineapples, and the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.This is well worth the listen and we can't wait to hear what stands out to you the most from his story, insight, and perspective!Links:Peoria Innovation AllianceONEFIREStartup Greater PeoriaMidwest MadeJake's WebsiteThe Nest CoworkingIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review and told people about us!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Welcome back to The People of Peoria Podcast!Today on the show, we've got Nick Yates and Jaymee Barra of BUILD Peoria, an organization that exists to unite the community through their love of the Peoria area to physically BUILD Peoria into a better place and leave a legacy for future generations. Nick and Jaymee are both incredible people and I was grateful for the opportunity to grab some drinks with them at Olympia Sports Bar & Grill and hear their stories and the story of BUILD Peoria. (You'll also hear that I was in a super sarcastic mood when we recorded this, and they put up with me, so that was nice too. Haha)In this episode, you'll hear some fun stories like Nick's worm dissection in high school along with Jaymee's potentially prophetic dreams and college trip to South Korea. You'll also hear about the work BUILD Peoria is doing and has done (like a dog park, resident officer house, bus stop shelters, and more), how it all got started, and the best ways for you to get connected. This is a fun one! And well worth a listen!Links:Build Peoria Signature Appetizer ChallengeBuild Peoria on FacebookBuild Peoria on InstagramOlympia Sports Bar & Grill on FacebookIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
We've got an EXCITING bonus episode for you guys! (AND Alex is back for it!) If you haven't heard, JK Williams Distilling is bringing the legacy back to Peoria. We were recently invited to the Launch Party at Peoria Country Club (the fanciest party either of us have ever been to) and we got to learn about the legacy of JK Williams, the new vision for where it's headed, and meet the new people behind the reintroduction of the brand.For the first portion of the episode, we share the Gold Zephyr Straight Bourbon Whiskey with Andy Faris, the new owner & President of JK Williams Distilling. We talk about their vision, the story of JK Williams, and a brief overview of his story. For the second half of the episode, we sip on the Stormy River High Rye Whiskey with Jeff Murphy, the new Head Distiller of JK Williams. We talk about his journey from being a medic in the military to a police officer to a distiller, what vision he has for the distillery, and his perspective of our community as someone new to the area.This party was so much fun, and we're excited to bring you a little inside scoop on something familiar yet new coming to the community. Starting October 2, you can find the new JK Williams whiskeys at Binny's, Friar Tuck, and UFS!Links:JK Williams WebsiteJK Williams on InstagramJK Williams Facebook PageIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
For Episode 8, Austin had such a great time connecting with Reagan Leslie, Creative Director at Leslie Tyler Design (@blackhouseseven on Instagram), at her office in the Sunbeam Building. The conversation was a coffee-spilling good time. (Inside joke. Not really. Reagan just spilled her coffee like 3 times while we were recording and it made for some laughs. 😂)Reagan is so kind. Not only did she share some free interior design tips and inspiration to add your voice to your home, we also talked about her life-long passion for art, the time she got accepted into West Point but decided not to go, the deep love for pizza in her family, her dreams for our city moving forward, why her daughter has been the biggest gift to her life, and a whole lot more. (Plus, in addition to our fun questions upfront, you'll get to hear the hilarious voice message she left for me when she lost her voice the day before we recorded earlier this year!)Listen in!Links:@blackhouseseven on InstagramLeslie Tyler Design on FacebookLeslie Tyler Design's WebsiteChantell MarlowStudios on Sheridan Facebook PageIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
THE PEOPLE OF PEORIA PODCAST IS BACK!For Episode 7, Austin got to meet with Ronda Guyton at the Creve Coeur Club in downtown Peoria. Ronda is the Corrections Superintendent at the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office, Founder of the Living to Serve Foundation, and someone who is very active throughout the community.We talked growing up in Harrison Homes, having a son when she was a teenager, how she overcame obstacles to get where she is today, her journey with breast cancer (and how that journey led to Living to Serve), and her perspective on current issues in our country and Peoria specifically. Of course, we also asked about her favorite movies, her favorite travel destinations, and how long she’d survive in a zombie apocalypse.Listen in!Links (If you're on Spotify, head to our site for the links):Living to Serve FoundationGeorge Washington Carver Community CenterAfrican American Hall of FameYMCA PeoriaSusan G KomenRonda Guyton TravelIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
For Episode 6, we had the incredible opportunity to sit down at the Riverplex with Carl Cannon, Founder of ELITE Youth Outreach. Earlier this year, Carl was featured on the Returning the Favor show (hosted by Mike Rowe) and we had so many people reach out asking us to get him on the podcast. So when he said yes, we were ecstatic!Carl has such a huge heart for Peoria, and he has such a huge story to tell. We could barely touch the surface of who he is and all he's doing in the hour we had with him.So in this episode, we talk about Carl's experience growing up in Peoria, his multiple deployments in the military (and his split-second decision that led to that career!), his career as a corrections officer, the work he does today to support local youth, how the people of Peoria should shift their perspective on the violence in the city, the book that's being written about his life, and a whole lot more.We really enjoyed this conversation and hope you do as well!Links:Returning the Favor w/ Mike Rowe (Watch this!)ELITE Youth Outreach WebsiteELITE Youth Outreach Facebook PageIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we continue to get this podcast started!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Today we're excited to share Episode 5 with Casey Baldovin, Founder of Baldovin Construction & Development! As you can tell in the episode, we had such a blast meeting Casey. (And we got to hang out with him for an hour afterwards, which was also fun!)We covered all sorts of things (with a bunch of 2-part answers): the story behind his signature Sox hat, his vision for Peoria, how he’s been creating businesses since his lemonade stand when he was 7-years-old, his favorite projects that he's ever been a part of, how music connects people, and random things like chickens, elephants, tilapia, and dictatorships. Definitely worth the listen!Links:Baldovin ConstructionBaldovin DevelopmentIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we continue to get this podcast started!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
For Episode 4, we had the opportunity to connect with Chelsie Tamms, Owner of Lettering Works, a hand-lettering design company that was originally founded in Peoria in 2016, and the Creator of 100 Days of Peoria. We actually just saw some of her art when we were at Dream Center Peoria for Episode 2 of the podcast!Chelsie has done some incredible projects throughout the area! We loved meeting her and learning more about the arts community in Peoria, the time she won $200 at a hula hoop contest, how a student entrepreneurship competition led to the development of her business, why 100 Days of Peoria got started, her favorite spots around Peoria, how she designed the mural at Bradley University, and a whole lot more.Links:Lettering Works Website100 Days of Peoria on Instagram100 Days of Chicago on InstagramUnpolished Press on InstagramSteph's StickersIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we continue to get this podcast started!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
This has been such a fun project! Thank you for listening and supporting us!For Episode 3, we're live from Bearded Owl Brewing in downtown Peoria to talk with Nick Babcock, Founder and Head Brewer there. We really hit it off with Nick, the beers were awesome, and we loved learning more about a place we both love to spend time at.They just celebrated 2 years as a business, so we were grateful to learn more of Nick's personal story, the story of The Bearded Owl, how a home brewing collaboration led to the name of the brewery, why Nick considers his family to be his greatest accomplishment, and some events they have going on each week. And at the end of the episode, Austin brought in the first beer he recently brewed at home and had Nick give his honest feedback. Austin says it was "the best day of his life," so there's that. This was a fun one and we're excited to share it!Links:The Bearded Owl on FacebookThe Bearded Owl on InstagramIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we continue to get this podcast started!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
We can't thank you all enough for your support after we launched on January 1! We're so encouraged!For Episode 2, we're live from Dream Center Peoria to talk with Andy King. Andy and the team at the Dream Center are doing some incredible work to support the community as part of their mission to impact families living in poverty, starting with kids and youth.Andy's a great storyteller and we were so grateful to hear about what he calls a life-long "pull for Peoria," his time playing semi-pro soccer over in England, the crazy story of how he got his drum kit, his favorite examples of changed lives through the Dream Center, and specifics about how the team at the Dream Center is accomplishing their mission. This one is definitely worth the listen and we left so encouraged after this conversation!Links:Dream Center Peoria WebsiteDream Center's FacebookDream Center's InstagramIf you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we get this podcast started! We're so excited to be launching it!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
EPISODE 1 IS FINALLY HERE! On Episode 1, we had the opportunity to sit down with Travis Mohlenbrink. Along with being on quite a few boards for local nonprofits, Travis is the mind behind Thyme, Sugar, Industry Brewing, Cracked Pepper Cafe, Cayenne, and The Warehouse on State. (He's a busy man!)We loved hearing some of his personal story and the journey of Spice Hospitality, along with the stories behind when he caught the shark on the wall at Thyme (and when he traveled cross-country with the animal heads that now cover the walls there), ate an actual bird's nest, how he named his restaurants, and the crazy amount of socks he owns. It was a fun conversation and we're grateful to be sharing it as Episode 1!Click here to learn more about each of his restaurants on their website.If you enjoyed today's episode, be sure to subscribe on whatever platform you prefer so you don't miss a future episode of the podcast. Also, if you'd be so kind, we'd be grateful if you left us a review to help us out as we get this podcast started! We're so excited to be launching it!Got ideas, comments, or questions for the show? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
Join Austin & Alex for a failed game of "this or that," some highlights for what's coming on The People of Peoria Podcast, and some good ol' fashioned laughs. We're really excited for this podcast and we hope you'll join us as we explore the people and places that shape the culture of Peoria, IL!Got ideas for the show or businesses, people, and organizations that should be featured? Let us know on Facebook or IG, or send us an email at thepeopleofpeoriapodcast@gmail.com --The People of Peoria Podcast on FacebookThe People of Peoria Podcast on Instagram
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