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Connecting you with people and resources to remind you that you aren't alone. An invitation to withness. . .
 
Join Do Savannah editor Heather Henley, as she features a revolving door of columnists, contributors and guests related to the arts and culture scene in Savannah, Georgia.
 
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Crime in Sports
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Two comedians take an unmerciful and hilarious look at athletes who have lost big games...with the law! Crime in Sports does the research, and finds the funny in the world of sports true crime. New episode every week!
 
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In Retrospect
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In Retrospect is a podcast looking at life's lessons through the clear lens of hindsight. Most episodes are interviews with my close friends and family, while others are my own thoughts as a husband, father of five, and ER physician. The intended audience is anyone from any background who wants to feel courage, comfort and camaraderie in this amazing journey called life!
 
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Our kids are growing up in a culture that is less friendly to the Christian faith than ever before. As moms we have a choice to parent from fear or to bravely engage with our kids and make time and space to have hard conversations.My guest Vicki Courtney walks us through why it’s worth it to help our kids wrestle with their questions about fait ...…
 
The Savannah Opera Company, which runs events year round and the Savannah VOICE Festival in the fall will host a number of special events this spring, including two co-productions with the Savannah Music Festival. Do Savannah Editor Joshua Peacock talked with co-founder Maria Zouves about a number of special events. Music this week is Savannah ...…
 
This week, we try to break through the line, with a man who always understood one thing, that his athletic ability would always keep him out of trouble, and from having to learn how to be a normal member of society. His football career was brief, but extremely promising. He may have been a hall of fame player one day, if only for the small deta ...…
 
God often uses our areas of weakness to bring blessing to others. The things we long to keep in the dark can actually bring light and life when we say, “Yes.” to God. That is JJ Heller’s story. As an independent singer/songwriter, she has experienced a lot of ups and downs in professionally and personally. One of the hardest things has been her ...…
 
Jerry Henley has run over 90 marathons and was sponsored by Asics, Saucony, NordicTrack, and Clif Bars. We had a blast talking about life lessons learned in running and other everyday things such as swimming among great white sharks in a rusty cage.
 
This week, we stare up at a giant of a man, who just never figured out how to be a functioning, adult member of society. Everything was taken care of for him, like bad grades, lazy play, or even brushes with the law, until one day, things weren't taken care of, and his life quickly spiraled out of control. He was arrested for everything from sl ...…
 
If you’ve been parenting for more than a day or so, you know that there is no one-size-fits all way to raise and discipline children. There are so many experts with great resources for parents (a lot of them have been on the show), but in the end each one of your children is an individual with individual needs. But what if they have needs that ...…
 
The 2019 Savannah Stopover Music Festival is set for March 7-9 in downtown Savannah. Columnist Bill Dawers and Do Savannah Editor Joshua Peacock chat about the annual indie music festival. For more coverage of Stopover visit dosavannah.com/savannah-stopover. For tickets and schedule visit savannahstopover.com. Music this week is from Savannah’s ...…
 
This week, we skate full speed into the boards, with a guy that we can't help but find entertaining, and a bit likable. He was a professional goon, fighting his way into the NHL, and hanging on for years with his tenacity. He had more fights than 5 average boxers, combined. He also liked to live on the edge, off the ice, where his drinking, and ...…
 
Depending on your church and faith background, you may of heard of Lent or even observed it in the past. Similar to the Advent period which leads up to Christmas, Lent is a season of prayer and fasting before Easter. It is a practice recognized by millions of Protestant Christians and Catholics.Though it isn’t mentioned or required in scripture ...…
 
SCAD’s deFINE Art is an annual program of special commissions, exhibitions, lectures and performances hosted across all of their campuses. This year’s program runs Feb. 26-28. Savannah Morning News Daily Content Editor Heather Henley and art columnist Kristopher Monroe chatted with curator Storm Janse van Rensburg about this year’s program. Vis ...…
 
This week, we look at a man from a prominent, and respected sports family, who followed in his legendary grandfather's footsteps... For a while, anyway. He was always considered a kind, quiet guy, until mental illness started to take over. After a few years of psychotic incidents, such as believing that his sister was an ISIS clone, sent to des ...…
 
When a friend or loved one receives a heartbreaking diagnosis, it’s hard to find the words to say or know what to do to love and support them. Today’s guest, Marissa Henley, has a unique perspective to share with us on how to support a friend with cancer. Marissa Henley is now cancer-free, but for several months her world was turned upside down ...…
 
The 2019 AURA Fest is slated for Feb. 16 at Ships of the Sea Museum beginning at 12:30 p.m. Do Savannah Editor Joshua Peacock chatted with AURA Fest founder Tim Walls about this year’s festival. You can buy tickets at aurfestsavannah.com.
 
This week, before we get to the Scummie Awards, we dodge an errant throw from a man who was bred for baseball. It was his dream, from the time he could remember, and he achieved that dream, despite his smaller stature. Although he was very successful, someone his brain just wouldn't let the good times roll, and it ruined his career, and sent a ...…
 
Whether you’ve been married for a short time or you’re nearing a milestone anniversary, a healthy marriage takes a lot of work. A marriage is made up of thousands of small moments and habits that over time result in God-honoring, joyful marriage or a self-centered, strained marriage.Speaker and author Paul David Tripp joins me to lay the ground ...…
 
The Savannah Black Heritage Festival is running through Feb. 22 with events all of over Savannah. Do Savannah Editor Joshua Peacock sat down with coordinator Shirley James to talk about the history of the festival and key events. Read more about the festival at dosavannah.com and for a list of all the events and more information visit savannahb ...…
 
This week, we stroll down a dangerous path, with a dangerous guy. He came from some very tough circumstances to achieve wealth, fame, and champion status. The problem was, he just couldn't keep his fighting inside the ring. His violent tendencies at home, mixed with his reckless nature out in the world, leads to a life of constant issues, and e ...…
 
Even though it seems like you are never alone, motherhood can feel like a place of deep isolation. But it doesn’t have to stay that way. My guest Sally Clarkson shares her insight on how she learned to invite others into friendship and into her home to build a community of girlfriends in the midst of multiple moves and parenting four kids.I thi ...…
 
The 2019 Savannah Stopover Music Festival is just around the corner. In this week’s episode Do Savannah Editor Joshua Peacock chats with Stopover Founder/CEO Kayne Lanahan about the March 7-9 festival. For more information visit savannahstopover.com.
 
This week, we duck a left hook of crazy, with a man who was right at the cusp of something big, until he let his demons take the wheel. He fought his way out of nowhere to get the attention of the UFC, only to be kicked off a reality show for not following the rules. He would continue down that path, with drugs, alcohol, and sleeping in his tru ...…
 
You’ve definitely heard about it. You’ve probably talked about it with girlfriends or you’ve read books or articles discussing the nine types, but what is the Enneagram all about and what does it mean for your motherhood? Suzanne Stabile joins us to share her motherhood story and a lot of information about the Enneagram, an ancient typology sys ...…
 
Hannah Haas has interesting stories to share about patients wearing dolphin heads and what it's like to administer poison. She and I chatted during a night shift in this 30th episode!
 
In this week’s episode, Do Savannah editor Joshua Peacock talks with Harry DeLorme, Senior Curator of Education at Telfair Museums, about the 2019 PULSE Art+Technology Festival. Read more about PULSE here and here. Find a full list of events, prices and times at telfair.org
 
This week, we look at a man who did everything in life the right way, including becoming a Super Bowl champion, until seemingly falling off a cliff of depravity, and committing some of the worst crimes that we've ever heard of. He went from being described as polite, and caring while doing charity work, to being an absolute real life monster, w ...…
 
When Karen Harmon found out she was unexpectedly pregnant at 40 with her third child, she had a lot of mixed emotions. With a history of autoimmune disease, her doctor advised her against her having more children.In the midst of processing her emotions surrounding the pregnancy and the fear of how her body would react, Karen experienced a rare ...…
 
Kaylene and I talk about annoying little brothers (me) and dognappers (her).
 
What dementia does to the mind has been compared to what happens to a shaking bookshelf, with the falling books being the memories and abilities that the affected loses. Kim Thomas shares her family's journey as her father was affected by dementia.
 
In this week’s podcast, Do Savannah editor Joshua Peacock sits down with Savannah Philharmonic Concertmaster Sinisa Ciric and principal oboist Andrew Jay Ripley. For more information and tickets to upcoming performances visit savannahphilharmonic.org.
 
This week, we try to hold down a very crazy story down for a three count! A man who had all the ability that you could have, and used that ability to make it to the very top of the wrestling game. Big money, fame, and tons of alcohol, drugs, and pills to support that lifestyle. Not to mention violence, car wrecks, drunken insanity, and even a h ...…
 
As parents, we want more of it, our children desperately need it, and oftentimes it feel like a mystery we can’t solve… it’s SLEEP. Getting children to have a consistent sleep pattern for night time and naps is one of the biggest challenge parents of young children face. My guests today, Robin and Jenn from SleepyCues, are professional sleep co ...…
 
Savannah Morning News multimedia editor Zach Dennis sits down with Caitlin DePue Wallace, the artistic manager for SCAD’s Savannah Film Festival, the Lucas Theatre, and Cinema Circle, to chat about upcoming Cinema Circle events. Read more about the Savannah film scene at www.dosavannah.com/movies.
 
This week, we try to catch our breaths as we careen down an icy slope of disaster. He was The American Dream. He came from a tough background to make himself world famous, and $100 million richer, but it all came crumbling down in the end. From attacking teammates & coaches, to hurling racial slurs & thinly veiled threats against police officer ...…
 
Priscilla Shirer has authored many books and Bible studies. She is a motivational speaker and evangelist and she founded Going Beyond Ministries with her husband Jerry. But in addition to the amazing opportunities God has opened for her in ministry, she is a mom of three boys ages 16, 14, and 10.Priscilla gets real in our chat about how she jug ...…
 
Do Savannah editor Heather Henley chats with Paula Kreissler, Director of Healthy Living & Community Development for Healthy Savannah, about getting healthy in the new year and how to set goals.
 
This week, we explore the life of a woman who came from nothing, and ended up right at the edge of greatness... Then she fell off that edge. A troubled early life led to a troubled adult life, including drinking while doing everything, aggressiveness with both baseball bats & hubcaps, and what appears to be way too much video poker playing. Oh! ...…
 
Do Savannah editor Heather Henley and arts and entertainment features writer Joshua Peacock chat about a number of the New Year's events happening in the Savannah area. See Do's New Year's Eve look book for style ideas from local boutiques, and find the full events list here.
 
Jordan Brown is an improv comedian with an undying love for cheering people. In this 27th episode he describes the joys of his craft and the struggles with depression.
 
Do Savannah editor Heather Henley sits down with Savannah Morning News food columnist Damon Lee Fowler (On Food) and Teri Bell (Miss Sophie) to talk about Christmas and New Year food traditions.
 
This week, we peek around a blind corner, only to be engulfed by anger, violence, and just plain crazy! A man from humble beginnings that made it to the big time, but let his considerable demons get in the way. A fast, but escalating trail of violence, death, and one of the craziest kidnapping plots that we've ever heard. Not to mention, we fin ...…
 
In this clip (from a previously recorded video) we go beyond the fact that you are 'not alone in shame'. Sheila offers hope and Truth to remind you that Christ took the shame so you can walk in freedom.'Mercy' is a short word that weighs so much. . . Jesus came to give us life, not survival.As the author of the new book, "It's Okay Not to be Ok ...…
 
Do Savannah editor Heather Henley chats with Front Porch Improv founders Brianne Halverson and John R. Brennan. Music by Rude Dude and the Creek Freaks.
 
This week, we check out a guy who seemed completely benign to outside observer. He accomplished his dream of making it to the NHL, even if his career wasn't the most distinguished. The problem was, there was something truly evil, beneath the surface. His crimes are shocking, and his punishment isn't quite satisfactory. He ends up being a guy wh ...…
 
Back in October I recorded a video chat with my good friend, Kay Wyma, on the topic of overwhelm. I've decided to share some of it with y'all in the midst of the holiday crazy. Get ready for some fabulous truth bombs like:In the world’s economy your identity is achieved. In God’s economy your identity is received. As the author of the new book, ...…
 
Katie Cheesman calls herself "an old soul," because she is drawn to the wisdom of the elderly. Her work, "The Listening Ear Project" is to archive life pearls from our seasoned comrades. She also talks about her starring role in "High School Musical!"
 
In this week's episode of the Do Savannah podcast, Arts & Entertainment Features Writer Joshua Peacock chats with Dr. Bertice Berry, who will be giving two free lectures Dec. 9. The first is at 10 a.m. at the Historic First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery St., and the second is at 4 p.m. at Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home, 207 E. Charlto ...…
 
This week, we look at a potential Rocky, who fell a bit short of the mark on a professional level, but way short on a societal one. He was someone that you could root for. A blue collar fighter, with a tough chin, and day job, but something went wrong along the way. Drugs, steroids, and eventually violence landed him in jail for murder, but tha ...…
 
The holidays are here and often that means family gatherings. While it can be a joyful time, it can also be a place of pain as we fall into unintended conflict or feel the sting of old woundings from those we love the most. But, there IS hope for healing and reconciliation. And we CAN connect to God’s deep, sacrificial love for help to love our ...…
 
In French, "beau-père" means "beautiful father," and is the word used for father-in-law. Brent Anderson has been a beautiful father to me. Join us looking in retrospect at his rich adventures from France to Kinshasa!
 
This week, we look at a man who had the potential to be a legendary figure in his sport, but he was prevented from doing so. First, he was prevented by the NCAA, NFL, and the federal court system, then he was prevented by his own inexplicable actions. From robbery, to a crazy night with an arsenal in his car, and a stand off with police. It's a ...…
 
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