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  • Tamera Young: Former Laney HS star finds success on and off the WNBA courts ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Tamera Young: Former Laney HS star finds success on and off the WNBA courts ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Sunday, October 15 2017 5:30 PM EDT2017-10-15 21:30:09 GMT
    Former Laney High School star Tamera Young just finished her tenth season in the WNBA, and she is also busy as the CEO of her own clothing line, TY1. (Source: WECT)Former Laney High School star Tamera Young just finished her tenth season in the WNBA, and she is also busy as the CEO of her own clothing line, TY1. (Source: WECT)

    Tamera Young always wanted to "be like Mike". It's easy to see why. She loved basketball, grew up in Michael Jordan's hometown, and graduated from the same high school as "MJ". Tamera went from Laney High School to James Madison University, where her talents flourished and she became a first-round draft pick into the WNBA.

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    Tamera Young always wanted to "be like Mike". It's easy to see why. She loved basketball, grew up in Michael Jordan's hometown, and graduated from the same high school as "MJ". Tamera went from Laney High School to James Madison University, where her talents flourished and she became a first-round draft pick into the WNBA.

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  • Carmin Black: How $200 and bullet casings launched Half United to fight hunger ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Carmin Black: How $200 and bullet casings launched Half United to fight hunger ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Sunday, October 8 2017 5:30 PM EDT2017-10-08 21:30:09 GMT
    Carmin Black gave up a career in journalism and co-founded Half United, a fashion brand that has helped provide nearly 700,000 meals to help fight hunger worldwide. (Source: WECT)Carmin Black gave up a career in journalism and co-founded Half United, a fashion brand that has helped provide nearly 700,000 meals to help fight hunger worldwide. (Source: WECT)

    Carmin Black spent the first part of her professional career telling stories. Carmin and her brother Christian then became the story, founding Half United and joining the worldwide fight against hunger. In the eight years since, the company has provided nearly 700,000 meals to hungry children around the world.

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    Carmin Black spent the first part of her professional career telling stories. Carmin and her brother Christian then became the story, founding Half United and joining the worldwide fight against hunger. In the eight years since, the company has provided nearly 700,000 meals to hungry children around the world.

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  • Karen Barefoot: Bringing new excitement, and 313 wins, to UNCW ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Karen Barefoot: Bringing new excitement, and 313 wins, to UNCW ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Sunday, October 1 2017 5:30 PM EDT2017-10-01 21:30:07 GMT
    Karen Barefoot brings 313 career coaching wins as she takes over the UNCW Lady Seahawks basketball program (Source: WECT)Karen Barefoot brings 313 career coaching wins as she takes over the UNCW Lady Seahawks basketball program (Source: WECT)

    Karen Barefoot made the first shot she ever tried with a basketball. Barefoot was six-years-old at the time, and she hasn't stopped shooting since. Barefoot has now brought her “Barefoot Basketball” philosophy, and 313 career head coaching victories, to the UNCW Women's Basketball program.

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    Karen Barefoot made the first shot she ever tried with a basketball. Barefoot was six-years-old at the time, and she hasn't stopped shooting since. Barefoot has now brought her “Barefoot Basketball” philosophy, and 313 career head coaching victories, to the UNCW Women's Basketball program.

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  • Emily Minor: Living a career in country music ten years after "American Idol" ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Emily Minor: Living a career in country music ten years after "American Idol" ("1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast)

    Sunday, September 24 2017 5:30 PM EDT2017-09-24 21:30:10 GMT
    Wilmington native Emily Minor has launched a successful country music career  in the ten years since her experience on "American Idol". (Source: WECT)Wilmington native Emily Minor has launched a successful country music career in the ten years since her experience on "American Idol". (Source: WECT)

    Emily Minor has belted out tunes and performed on stages since she was three-years-old. It doesn’t matter that the first “stage” was actually the fireplace hearth in her parents’ home. To a then wide-eyed, blonde-haired toddler, it was a place to sing. That desire has never gone away for the Wilmington native, who is now a successful country music performer.

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    Emily Minor has belted out tunes and performed on stages since she was three-years-old. It doesn’t matter that the first “stage” was actually the fireplace hearth in her parents’ home. To a then wide-eyed, blonde-haired toddler, it was a place to sing. That desire has never gone away for the Wilmington native, who is now a successful country music performer.

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  • Mark Sudduth: Why he will be there when the hurricane arrives (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Mark Sudduth: Why he will be there when the hurricane arrives (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Sunday, September 17 2017 9:09 PM EDT2017-09-18 01:09:36 GMT
    Mark Sudduth of Leland has driven into hurricanes as part of his job for nearly two decades. The founder of HurricaneTrack.com talks about why it is so important for him to brave the elements, to gather information from the storms. (Source: WECT)Mark Sudduth of Leland has driven into hurricanes as part of his job for nearly two decades. The founder of HurricaneTrack.com talks about why it is so important for him to brave the elements, to gather information from the storms. (Source: WECT)

    While hundreds of thousands of people drive away from approaching hurricanes like Harvey and Irma, Mark Sudduth is headed the opposite direction. For nearly 20 years, Sudduth has navigated his specially-outfitted SUVs toward a hurricane’s expected landfall. His goal is to capture the sheer power and impact of Mother Nature, to better educate anyone who might someday be in the path of a potentially deadly storm.  

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    While hundreds of thousands of people drive away from approaching hurricanes like Harvey and Irma, Mark Sudduth is headed the opposite direction. For nearly 20 years, Sudduth has navigated his specially-outfitted SUVs toward a hurricane’s expected landfall. His goal is to capture the sheer power and impact of Mother Nature, to better educate anyone who might someday be in the path of a potentially deadly storm.  

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  • Buddy Martinette: WFD Fire Chief recalls responding to the Pentagon on 9/11 (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Buddy Martinette: WFD Fire Chief recalls responding to the Pentagon on 9/11 (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Monday, September 11 2017 2:51 PM EDT2017-09-11 18:51:42 GMT
    Chief Buddy Martinette of the Wilmington Fire Department recalls the images he saw when called to the Pentagon crash site on SWeptember 11, 2001. (Source: WECT)Chief Buddy Martinette of the Wilmington Fire Department recalls the images he saw when called to the Pentagon crash site on SWeptember 11, 2001. (Source: WECT)

    Seven years before he became Wilmington’s Fire Chief, Cecil "Buddy" Martinette responded to the 9-11 attack on the Pentagon. As part of an elite Search and Rescue Task Force, his job was to stabilize the building that serves as the headquarters for the United States Department of Defense. 

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    Seven years before he became Wilmington’s Fire Chief, Cecil "Buddy" Martinette responded to the 9-11 attack on the Pentagon. As part of an elite Search and Rescue Task Force, his job was to stabilize the building that serves as the headquarters for the United States Department of Defense. 

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  • "Port City's Top Comic" Brian Granger tries to make comedy a career (1on1 with Jon Evans Podcast)

    "Port City's Top Comic" Brian Granger tries to make comedy a career (1on1 with Jon Evans Podcast)

    Monday, September 4 2017 12:43 PM EDT2017-09-04 16:43:49 GMT

    It should come as no surprise that Brian Granger is a performer. The first two-time winner of “Port City’s Top Comic” competition watched his father spin records as a disc jockey at a radio station in Wilmington, and Brian’s uncle played and toured for years with singer James Brown. With those early influences, Brian became a performer himself, but his avenue is comedy.

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    It should come as no surprise that Brian Granger is a performer. The first two-time winner of “Port City’s Top Comic” competition watched his father spin records as a disc jockey at a radio station in Wilmington, and Brian’s uncle played and toured for years with singer James Brown. With those early influences, Brian became a performer himself, but his avenue is comedy.

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  • New head coach C.B. McGrath looks to keep UNCW's momentum going (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    New head coach C.B. McGrath looks to keep UNCW's momentum going (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Sunday, August 27 2017 4:34 PM EDT2017-08-27 20:34:27 GMT
    You can listen to the podcast with UNCW Men's Basketball Coach C. B. McGrath by clicking on the links inside this story. (Source: WECT)You can listen to the podcast with UNCW Men's Basketball Coach C. B. McGrath by clicking on the links inside this story. (Source: WECT)

    C.B. McGrath spent 18 years as an assistant coach watching and learning from Roy Williams, one of the most successful head basketball coaches in NCAA history. If you count McGrath’s career playing for Williams at the University of Kansas, the two were together for 22 years. Williams hired McGrath as an assistant in 1999 at KU, McGrath followed Williams to UNC Chapel Hill in 2003, before UNCW hired him as head coach in April. 

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    C.B. McGrath spent 18 years as an assistant coach watching and learning from Roy Williams, one of the most successful head basketball coaches in NCAA history. If you count McGrath’s career playing for Williams at the University of Kansas, the two were together for 22 years. Williams hired McGrath as an assistant in 1999 at KU, McGrath followed Williams to UNC Chapel Hill in 2003, before UNCW hired him as head coach in April. 

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  • Mickey Craft is suddenly famous after taking the World Series of Poker by storm (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Mickey Craft is suddenly famous after taking the World Series of Poker by storm (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Aug 20, 2017 08:45 PM2017-08-21 00:45:00 GMT
    Mickey Craft sold his business to become a professional poker player. He gained a lot of attention after leading the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. (Source: WECT)Mickey Craft sold his business to become a professional poker player. He gained a lot of attention after leading the World Series of Poker Main Event in Las Vegas. (Source: WECT)

    Mickey Craft made a living for years helping repair damage done by storms. Hail storms, lightning storms, hurricanes, flooding. After selling his business to become a professional poker player, Mickey Craft took Las Vegas by storm in July, when he vaulted to the top of the standings at the World Series of Poker Main Event. 

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    Mickey Craft made a living for years helping repair damage done by storms. Hail storms, lightning storms, hurricanes, flooding. After selling his business to become a professional poker player, Mickey Craft took Las Vegas by storm in July, when he vaulted to the top of the standings at the World Series of Poker Main Event. 

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  • Trot Nixon is still spending time on the field, but now as a dad and coach (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Trot Nixon is still spending time on the field, but now as a dad and coach (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Aug 14, 2017 01:06 PM2017-08-14 17:06:00 GMT
    Trot Nixon won a World Series championship with the Boston Red Sox in 2004. He lives now in Wilmington with his wife and two sons, spending time watching his boys play the same sports he did. (Source: WECT)Trot Nixon won a World Series championship with the Boston Red Sox in 2004. He lives now in Wilmington with his wife and two sons, spending time watching his boys play the same sports he did. (Source: WECT)

    Trot Nixon roamed the outfield in Boston’s Fenway Park for nearly a decade, running down fly balls, diving for line drives and taking head-first tumbles into the stands to catch foul balls. He had a lot of success prior to his days as a member of the Boston Red Sox, while wearing the uniforms of New Hanover High School.   

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    Trot Nixon roamed the outfield in Boston’s Fenway Park for nearly a decade, running down fly balls, diving for line drives and taking head-first tumbles into the stands to catch foul balls. He had a lot of success prior to his days as a member of the Boston Red Sox, while wearing the uniforms of New Hanover High School.   

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  • Dan Brawley is taking Cucalorus in another new direction (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Dan Brawley is taking Cucalorus in another new direction (1on1 with Jon Evans podcast)

    Aug 06, 2017 08:36 PM2017-08-07 00:36:00 GMT
    Dan Brawley is taking the Cucalorus Festival in another direction in 2017. (Source: WECT)Dan Brawley is taking the Cucalorus Festival in another direction in 2017. (Source: WECT)

    Dan Brawley took over as Executive Director of the Cucalorus Festival in the early 2000s. Along the way, he’s steered one of Wilmington’s signature events in new directions, taking chances without fear of failure. On the eve of Cucalorus 23, Dan talks about the festival’s importance on the international stage.

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    Dan Brawley took over as Executive Director of the Cucalorus Festival in the early 2000s. Along the way, he’s steered one of Wilmington’s signature events in new directions, taking chances without fear of failure. On the eve of Cucalorus 23, Dan talks about the festival’s importance on the international stage.

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  • A. J. Tata on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    A. J. Tata on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Friday, May 5 2017 1:20 PM EDT2017-05-05 17:20:45 GMT
    Anthony "A. J." Tata retired from the Army as a Brigadier General. He is now a  best-selling thriller writer, setting his novels with Jake Mahegan in North Carolina. (Source: WECT)Anthony "A. J." Tata retired from the Army as a Brigadier General. He is now a best-selling thriller writer, setting his novels with Jake Mahegan in North Carolina. (Source: WECT)

    Anthony “A.J.” Tata retired after 28 years in the United States Army, rising the rank of Brigadier General. Tata now devotes his time, full-time, to writing best-selling thriller novels featuring primary character Jake Mahegan. 

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    Anthony “A.J.” Tata retired after 28 years in the United States Army, rising the rank of Brigadier General. Tata now devotes his time, full-time, to writing best-selling thriller novels featuring primary character Jake Mahegan. 

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  • Sydney Penny on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Sydney Penny on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Sunday, June 18 2017 7:47 PM EDT2017-06-18 23:47:50 GMT
    Sydney Penny talks about her acting career, appearing in "The Thorn Birds" and "Pale Rider", being named the Azalea Festival Queen, and making the permanent move to Wilmington, in the new episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)Sydney Penny talks about her acting career, appearing in "The Thorn Birds" and "Pale Rider", being named the Azalea Festival Queen, and making the permanent move to Wilmington, in the new episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)

    Sydney Penny started playing roles at the tender age of three. Not just the role of a daughter. She began playing the professional role of actor. Her parents were both performers, and it seemed like a natural fit when Sydney started doing commercials while growing up around Los Angeles, years before moving permanently to "Hollywood East."

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    Sydney Penny started playing roles at the tender age of three. Not just the role of a daughter. She began playing the professional role of actor. Her parents were both performers, and it seemed like a natural fit when Sydney started doing commercials while growing up around Los Angeles, years before moving permanently to "Hollywood East."

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  • Tony Rivenbark on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Tony Rivenbark on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Friday, May 12 2017 10:17 PM EDT2017-05-13 02:17:03 GMT
    Tony Rivenbark has acted in, directed  or produced hundreds of theater productions in his career. He is also the foremost expert on Wilmington's Historic Thalian Hall Theater for the Performing Arts. (Source: WECT)Tony Rivenbark has acted in, directed or produced hundreds of theater productions in his career. He is also the foremost expert on Wilmington's Historic Thalian Hall Theater for the Performing Arts. (Source: WECT)

    Actors want to be cast in Tony Rivenbark's productions, take his direction, and learn from a man who has entertained generations of audience members. The accomplished performer and Executive Director of the Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts is this week's guest on the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast.

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    Actors want to be cast in Tony Rivenbark's productions, take his direction, and learn from a man who has entertained generations of audience members. The accomplished performer and Executive Director of the Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts is this week's guest on the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast.

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  • Mike Ashcraft on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Mike Ashcraft on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Monday, June 26 2017 7:32 AM EDT2017-06-26 11:32:11 GMT
    Mike Ashcraft, the co-founder and senior pastor at Port City Community Church, is the guest for this week's episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)Mike Ashcraft, the co-founder and senior pastor at Port City Community Church, is the guest for this week's episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)

    Mike Ashcraft went to college to become an architect. Now, 30 years later, Mike Ashcraft has become a heavyweight. Not in a physical way, but in a spiritual one. He co-founded Port City Community Church in 1999.

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    Mike Ashcraft went to college to become an architect. Now, 30 years later, Mike Ashcraft has become a heavyweight. Not in a physical way, but in a spiritual one. He co-founded Port City Community Church in 1999.

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  • Lenny Simpson on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Lenny Simpson on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Friday, May 19 2017 7:23 PM EDT2017-05-19 23:23:14 GMT
    Lenny Simpson is a member of several Halls of Fame, for his talents on the tennis courts and his lifelong work to break down racial barriers in the world of tennis. (Source: WECT)Lenny Simpson is a member of several Halls of Fame, for his talents on the tennis courts and his lifelong work to break down racial barriers in the world of tennis. (Source: WECT)
    They call him “Coach Lenny”. The boys and girls scurrying around the court, chasing yellow tennis balls, look to the 68-year-old for encouragement and direction. Simpson tosses ball after ball toward them, watching as they work to send it across the net, in-between the lines.  “There you go, that’s better! Much better” he says over several hand claps. The praise brings a smile. Lenny Simpson’s days spent with his One Love Tennis program are p...More >>
    They call him “Coach Lenny”. The boys and girls scurrying around the court, chasing yellow tennis balls, look to the 68-year-old for encouragement and direction. Simpson tosses ball after ball toward them, watching as they work to send it across the net, in-between the lines.  “There you go, that’s better! Much better” he says over several hand claps. The praise brings a smile. Lenny Simpson’s days spent with his One Love Tennis program are p...More >>
  • Anna Kooiman on the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Anna Kooiman on the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:13 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:13:41 GMT
    Anna Kooiman is a UNC Wilmington grad, and former co-host of "Fox and Friends Weekend" on Fox News Channel. (Source: WECT)Anna Kooiman is a UNC Wilmington grad, and former co-host of "Fox and Friends Weekend" on Fox News Channel. (Source: WECT)

    Assignments and news stories have taken Anna Kooiman across the United States in the dozen years since she graduated from UNC Wilmington. But, it’s not a job that now has the reporter/anchor/host more than nine thousand miles from her childhood home in North Carolina. Anna left Fox News Channel in New York last year, when her husband Tim got a job opportunity in his native Australia.

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    Assignments and news stories have taken Anna Kooiman across the United States in the dozen years since she graduated from UNC Wilmington. But, it’s not a job that now has the reporter/anchor/host more than nine thousand miles from her childhood home in North Carolina. Anna left Fox News Channel in New York last year, when her husband Tim got a job opportunity in his native Australia.

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  • Brownie Harris on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Brownie Harris on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Thursday, July 27 2017 3:16 PM EDT2017-07-27 19:16:09 GMT
    Brownie Harris is the guest for this week's episode of "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)Brownie Harris is the guest for this week's episode of "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)

    People all around the world have seen Brownie Harris’ photographs. They may not know his eye looked through the lens and caught that split-second in time, unless they search for the copyright. But whether it’s John F. Kennedy, Jr. with his chin on his folded hands, Andy Warhol stoically looking at the camera while resting his arms on the back of a wooden chair or Michelle Dockery sporting a blonde wig for a scene in Good Behavior.

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    People all around the world have seen Brownie Harris’ photographs. They may not know his eye looked through the lens and caught that split-second in time, unless they search for the copyright. But whether it’s John F. Kennedy, Jr. with his chin on his folded hands, Andy Warhol stoically looking at the camera while resting his arms on the back of a wooden chair or Michelle Dockery sporting a blonde wig for a scene in Good Behavior.

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  • Connor Barth on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Connor Barth on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Monday, July 3 2017 8:02 AM EDT2017-07-03 12:02:25 GMT
    Connor Barth has gone from high school All-American, to UNC record setter, to a ten-year career as a kicker in the NFL. (Source: WECT)Connor Barth has gone from high school All-American, to UNC record setter, to a ten-year career as a kicker in the NFL. (Source: WECT)

    Connor Barth has kicked thousands of footballs during his high school, college and professional careers. Like the arcs on those kicks, Barth’s fortunes have risen and fallen at different times. But the 31-year-old’s confidence in his own abilities has never wavered. 

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    Connor Barth has kicked thousands of footballs during his high school, college and professional careers. Like the arcs on those kicks, Barth’s fortunes have risen and fallen at different times. But the 31-year-old’s confidence in his own abilities has never wavered. 

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  • Keith Rhodes on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Keith Rhodes on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Friday, July 14 2017 2:10 PM EDT2017-07-14 18:10:52 GMT
    Keith Rhodes has been voted Wilmington's "Best Chef" several times, competed on "Top Chef" and is known nationally for his unique seafood cuisine. (Source: WECT)Keith Rhodes has been voted Wilmington's "Best Chef" several times, competed on "Top Chef" and is known nationally for his unique seafood cuisine. (Source: WECT)

    It takes the right mixture of ingredients to create a tasty meal. A pinch of this, a cup of that. Stir briskly. Serve. It’s one thing to complete that process in your own kitchen. It’s something else entirely to do that for strangers, do it successfully, and have them pay you for your time and effort.  Keith Rhodes noticed early in his life that food could be fun. .

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    It takes the right mixture of ingredients to create a tasty meal. A pinch of this, a cup of that. Stir briskly. Serve. It’s one thing to complete that process in your own kitchen. It’s something else entirely to do that for strangers, do it successfully, and have them pay you for your time and effort.  Keith Rhodes noticed early in his life that food could be fun. .

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  • Judy Girard on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Judy Girard on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Sunday, July 9 2017 8:52 PM EDT2017-07-10 00:52:05 GMT
    Judy Girard was president of "The Food Network" and "HGTV" during her career in television. Now she leads the GLOW School of Wilmington, an all-girls school for at-risk girls (Source: WECT)Judy Girard was president of "The Food Network" and "HGTV" during her career in television. Now she leads the GLOW School of Wilmington, an all-girls school for at-risk girls (Source: WECT)

    Judy Girard is a creator. She went from creating successful programs and content in the television business, to creating a school for at-risk girls in Wilmington after her retirement. Girard rose to high-level management positions at several networks over her 30-plus year career in television. 

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    Judy Girard is a creator. She went from creating successful programs and content in the television business, to creating a school for at-risk girls in Wilmington after her retirement. Girard rose to high-level management positions at several networks over her 30-plus year career in television. 

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  • Howie Franklin on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Howie Franklin on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Tuesday, June 6 2017 2:42 PM EDT2017-06-06 18:42:28 GMT
    Howie Franklin talks about his career aboard Air Force One, the only Flight Steward to serve under five different Presidents of the United States on the most famous airplane in the world. (Source: WECT)Howie Franklin talks about his career aboard Air Force One, the only Flight Steward to serve under five different Presidents of the United States on the most famous airplane in the world. (Source: WECT)

    For nearly two decades, Howie Franklin served the most powerful men in the world, on board the most recognizable airplane in the world, as Flight Steward and later Chief Steward aboard Air Force One. He made history by working under five different Presidents of the United States.

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    For nearly two decades, Howie Franklin served the most powerful men in the world, on board the most recognizable airplane in the world, as Flight Steward and later Chief Steward aboard Air Force One. He made history by working under five different Presidents of the United States.

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  • Kim Munley on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Kim Munley on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Wednesday, May 31 2017 1:34 PM EDT2017-05-31 17:34:50 GMT
    Kim Munley, one of the officers credited with helping to end the attack at Fort Hood in 2009, is the guest on the new episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)Kim Munley, one of the officers credited with helping to end the attack at Fort Hood in 2009, is the guest on the new episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)

    I first met Kim Munley when her father wheeled her into a Washington, DC hotel on January 26, 2010. It was the day before Munley would attend President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address. She was in a wheelchair, still recovering from injuries suffered nearly three months earlier on a November day in Texas.

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    I first met Kim Munley when her father wheeled her into a Washington, DC hotel on January 26, 2010. It was the day before Munley would attend President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address. She was in a wheelchair, still recovering from injuries suffered nearly three months earlier on a November day in Texas.

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  • Congressman David Rouzer on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Congressman David Rouzer on "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 3:33 PM EDT2017-05-24 19:33:45 GMT
    Rep. David Rouzer is the guest on this week's episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)Rep. David Rouzer is the guest on this week's episode of the "1on1 with Jon Evans" podcast. (Source: WECT)

    David Rouzer spent his earliest summers working on his grandfather’s farm in Johnston County, about as far away from the political world as you can get. Those experiences would foster what Rouzer thought would be a career in agriculture, and he prepared during his college years at N.C. State University to go into ag-related business, before politics entered the equation. “I always wanted to farm,” the second-term incumbent from North Carolina’s 7th Congression...

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    David Rouzer spent his earliest summers working on his grandfather’s farm in Johnston County, about as far away from the political world as you can get. Those experiences would foster what Rouzer thought would be a career in agriculture, and he prepared during his college years at N.C. State University to go into ag-related business, before politics entered the equation. “I always wanted to farm,” the second-term incumbent from North Carolina’s 7th Congression...

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