Ninjas and alligators

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What if … you could fence, write, parkour, dance, freerun, act, and perform archery all in one location? I was intrigued that Infinite Potential Academy offered such diverse programs for both kids and adults. Owner/instructor Jon Gronich explains how it all began and the myriad of benefits.

Also, we visit Arkansas Post.

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Guitars and pigs

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Why are the numbers of luthiers dwindling? This week, I talk with Dave Lynch – owner of Guitar Workshop, tech, and inventor ,about the world of guitars and the magical attributes of music.

Also, we visit San Juan Island National Historic Park.

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Chocolate and Lincoln

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What is the most difficult part of making chocolate? Find out in this week’s show as I interview Craig O. Higgins, co-owner of Capital Confections, about all things chocolate.

And, we visit the Lincoln Home National Historic Site in Springfield, Illinois.

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Old Sacramento and Yosemite

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Who were the two as yet unfamous Army surveyors hired to survey a “City of Sacramento?” An informative and interesting conversation with Phil Sexton, State Park Interpreter III with Capital District State Museums & Historic Parks about the history and future of Old Sacramento includes the answers.

And, we visit Yosemite.

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Snack bars and grass

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Everyone has a story. Who is that person who mows the grass at the local baseball diamond? Who changes the billboards?

I enjoyed a little visit with a woman who works and manages the snack bar at the Fair Oaks Theater (a small community outdoor theater venue) – Merete Bryant.

Also, we visit Tall Grass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas.

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