Potluck Society

In The Moment ... November 14, 2017 Show 219 Hour 2 

Aaron Draplin is one of the premiere designers working today. He joins Hugh Weber, host of The Potluck Society, and In the Moment host Lori Walsh for a conversation about Midwestern work ethic, the democratization of design, and "getting away" with work that you love.

This week at The Potluck Society we talk with Amy Jo Martin. Amy Jo is the author of New York Times best-seller, Renegades Write The Rules, and host of the Why Not Now? podcast.

If you have thoughts about how to improve our program or stories that you believe deserve to be shared, I hope you'll drop us a note with your recommendations. You can send those emails to potluck@hughweber.com!

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In The Moment ... October 31, 2017 Show 210 Hour 2

Hugh Weber, host of The Potluck Society, brings Amy Jo Martin to the program. Martin is the author of “Renegades Write the Rules” and host of the “Why Not Now?” podcast.

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In The Moment ... September 12, 2017 Show 175 Hour 2

Tonight SDPB-TV  brings you the special 90-minute broadcast premier of FRONTLINE's "Abacus: Small Enough to Jail." It's the saga of a Chinese-American family who own and operate Abacus Federal Savings in New York's Chinatown and became the only American bank prosecuted as a result of the 2008 financial crisis. We welcome filmmaker Steve James to the program.

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In The Moment ... September 5, 2017 Show 170 Hour 2

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This week at The Potluck Society we talk with Chad Pickard. Chad is the owner of Spoke-N-Sport Bikes and community champion for cyclists of all abilities. Chad talks about the freedom a bike offers and the way the bike community of the region serves and supports each other.

If you have thoughts about how to improve our program or stories that you believe deserve to be shared, I hope you'll drop us a note with your recommendations. You can send those emails to potluck@hughweber.com!

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In The Moment ... July 11, 2017 Show 131 Hour 1

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Welcome back to the Potluck Society! I'm your host, Hugh Weber, and I'm so glad you've joined us.

In this week's episode, we meet Kylee Leonetti and Christian Jensen of Kylee and Christian Creative. Kylee and Christian Creative is a Minneapolis-based film & production company that recent completed production on a film titled, "The Potluck Society: An OTA Journey." In anticipation of its May 5th premiere, in Milbank, SD, we sit down to share the story of these incredible storytellers.

I hope you'll enjoy!

 

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Welcome back to the Potluck Society! I'm your host, Hugh Weber, and I'm so glad to see you.

In this week's episode, an old friend from Greenville, South Carolina stops by. Geno Church, Creative Director at Brains on Fire, is known for his movements built on word-of-mouth marketing, but this week we take a conversational journey that's personal and profound in its search for greatness. I hope you'll enjoy!

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Welcome to the Potluck Society! I’m Hugh Weber, your host for this episode filled with connection and conversation! I’m so glad you’ve joined us.

This week it’s my pleasure to introduce you to Sarah Werner, creator of the Write Now Podcast and contributor to Forbes.com. Sarah provides insight into her successful podcast and multi-dimensional creative work. We also take a couple minutes to discuss NPR’s #trypod initiative and I share three of my favorite podcasts.

I hope you enjoy!

 

 

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Welcome to the Potluck Society! I'm Hugh Weber. Thanks for checking out the second half of Episode 2!

In this segment, we make a call to Jason Roberts, who talks about the Better Block project in Dallas and the application of his experience to smaller communities. We wrap up the episode with an action antidote that your community will love. Just don't forget to use #PS002 if you join us in the action this week!

Stop by again next week, and, as always, don't forget to bring an idea to pass!

PS001+: The Potluck Society: Meet Badger Clark

Feb 17, 2017
Dakota Discovery Museum