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HindmanCast is a podcast of the Hindman Settlement School where we explore the history, culture, and people that makes the Settlement school what it is today, and how this historic institution will continue to serve its mission of celebrating heritage and changing lives in Central Appalachia.
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On this episode of the Hindmancast, the Troublesome boys are joined by author Robert Gipe to discuss the 2022 Appalachian Writers Workshop, how the workshop has benefitted his career, and what advice he would give to participants. The mutual love of Pal's Sudden Service was also explored along with the usual array of lightning round questions.
On this episode of the HindmanCast we sit down with our new Community Programs Manager, Melissa Helton, who shared stories from her life and writing career, updates and vision for new programs at HSS, and a lot of shade for Shania Twain. Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool @melissa.renee.1420Announcementsa. Roots & Rows: HSS's Community Garden Project will start up with a SEED SWAP on Tuesday, February 15th, 5:30-7...
On this episode the Troublesome boys travel all the way to California to speak with Carilyn Vice about her adventures in collecting historic dulcimers and the donation of her collection to Hindman Settlement School. We also discuss her trip to Hindman in 1996, growing up in California, and of course, the magic of Disneyland!
This week, the Troublesome boys sit down with poet Marianne Worthington, author of our latest Fireside Industries publication, The Girl Singer. Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool Marianne- @marianneworthingtonhttps://marianneworthington.comAnnouncementsShop our full line of Kentucky Proud Holiday Gift Boxes at www.hindman.org/shop Our next What's Cookin' Now will be live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube on December 9th, 2021 at 7:0...
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys sit down with Jayne Moore Waldrop, author of Drowned Town, the latest book published on our Fireside Industries imprint with the University Press of Kentucky. Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry Jayne- @Jayne.Waldrop https://www.jaynemoorewaldrop.com
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys are joined by some HSS program staff, Josh Mullins, Kelsey Cloonan, and Sarah Kate Morgan to give an update on the past year of working through a pandemic, what we are working on now, and what is coming in the future. This episode is full of laughter, arguments, and friendly, sarcastic insults that gives you a good picture of internal staff relations, for better or worse. Super Exclusive and Special Sponsor and giver of sweet mugs:...
On this episode of the HindmanCast we sit down with the Queen of Eastern Kentucky Local Food, Jenny Willams, to discuss the growth and aspirations of the local food movement in East KY and our upcoming media offerings, Agrilachia and What's Cookin' Now!Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @jenny.williams.1829405@hindmancast@hindmanschool
On this episode of the HindmanCast we sit down with beloved neighbor and friend of the Settlement, Mrs. Gail Young. We talk to Gail about her experience teaching in our Dyslexia program, her work with the Troublesome Creek Chapter of the DAR, and the much deserved honor of being awarded the Knott County Woman of the Year at our recent Civic Night. Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @grannygail70@hindmancast@hindmanschool AnnouncementsTuesdays on Troublesome Farmer’s M...
On this episode, the Troublesome Boys sit down at the 2021 Appalachian Writer's Workshop with Annette Clapsaddle, author of Even As We Breathe, and Mandi Sheffel, owner of the Read Spotted Newt bookstore, to discuss the forging of their friendship through the Writer's Workshop, their writing processes, and what they hope to get out of this year's workshop. Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool @mandi.fugate.5@annette.s.clapsaddleAnnouncem...
This week the Troublesome Boys meet up with our neighbors down the street at the Appalachian Artisan Center to discuss their work, specifically the Culture of Recovery program that is bringing recovery, healing, and hope through the arts. One of their most recent graduates, the "Cowboy Weaver" Anthony Carter also joins to share his story, how weaving and art have helped him through the recovery process, and what it is like being an apprentice to the legendary Bob Young. Facebook Handles Jorda...
This week the Troublesome Boys meet up with the new Executive Director of Hindman Settlement School, Will Anderson. Tune in to discover more about Will, his background, hobbies, aspirations, and who he thinks the coolest person on staff is. Plus, as always, we get down to the nitty gritty with lightning round questions!Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool AnnouncementsWe are now hiring more tutors for our ReadingCorps program in Knott, Perry, ...
This week the Troublesome boys are joined by Chef, Restauranteur, and HSS Board Member, Ouita Michel to discuss her journey into becoming a chef and the establishment of her family of restaurants, the release of her new book, Just A Few Miles South, and all things that are "dank." You'll also discover Ouita's hobbies and favorite foods. Facebook Handles Ouita- @ouita.michelJordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool AnnouncementsOur Pick & Bow variety show w...
On this episode, Jordan and Corey are joined by local, brother and sister tag team farmers, Rebecka and Travis Fugate of Good For Your Heart Farms. Hear their story, which is sure to bring goodness to your heart, about growing up in Knott County, Travis' military service, and their journey into farming inspired by a mother seeking to provide healthy food for her son's heart condition. Facebook Handles Rebecka- @rebecka.fugateTravis- @travis.fugate.94Farm- @goodforyourheartfarmsJordan- @jordan...
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys are joined by long time Hindman Settlement School Folks Arts Education Director, Randy Wilson, to discuss his decades of teaching folks arts to students in Knott and surrounding counties, his relationship and work with author James Still, among various other topics. Randy closes out the podcast by playing a song! Facebook Handles Randy - @rwilsonbanjoJordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool Randy's YouTube C...
This week the Troublesome Boys are joined by Hindman Settlement School ReadingCorps tutors, Polly Thornsberry and Joseph Rau. Polly and Joseph give us a look at their life and what brought them to HSS, stories from their experience being a tutor, and what their response would be if they found hair in their food, among many other "lightning round" questions.Facebook Handles Jordan- @jordancollinsCorey - @coreydterry @hindmancast@hindmanschool AnnouncementsAgrilachia - March 25th, 2021 with Bil...
On this episode the Troublesome Boys are in the hot seat! Stacie Fugate and Billy Devericks from the Holler Back! Podcast from the University of Kentucky Appalachian Center, sit down with Jordan Corey to discuss the origins of the HindmanCast, what brought them and drives them to work in Appalachia, and about the role and work of the Hindman Settlement School. Check out the Holler Back! Podcast at https://appalachiancenter.as.uky.edu/holler-back-podcastFacebook Handles Jordan- ...
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys sit down with Cassie Mullins Moses, the daughter of former Hindman Settlement School Executive Director, Mike Mullins, to discuss his legacy and his years of service to Hindman. She also shares plenty of stories about what it was like growing up at the Settlement.Due to technical difficulties with the internet and recording equipment, the audio for this episode is a bit rough.
This week the Troublesome Boys were joined via Zoom with Appalachian author, Silas House to discuss the upcoming 44th Annual Appalachian Writer's Workshop at the Hindman Settlement School. We discussed his "origin story" with the Workshop and what it has been to him and his writing career and what the Workshop has done for the Appalachian Writer's Community. He also shared with us his advice for Writer's attending this years workshop and fills us in on all the details of this year's workshop....
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys sit down with Hindman Settlement School program staff, Sarah Kate Morgan and Jason Brashear, to have a briefing about our plans, hopes, and dreams for our work in 2021. Interspersed throughout the episode is various topics ranging from vaccines, parkour, planking, JNCO jeans, HSS stories, and a lengthy discussion on our memories of all of the wonderful meals we have had at HSS events through the years. Facebook Handles Sarah Kate-...
On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys travel to Lexington, with special guest host, Josh Mullins, to meet with NSDAR Junior Membership Chair, Jean Ellen Melton. They discuss the all of the happenings and initiatives of our faithful supporters, the Daughters of the American Revolution and their relationship with the Hindman Settlement School, as well as ways to get involved in supporting both the DAR and the Hindman Settlement School. Facebook Handles JeanEllen- ...
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