On this episode, Steve and Tawny discuss their Valentine’s plans, what happened to Tawny’s chocolates, and grill the mayors spokeslady about why the mayor’s been in Florida for the last two months during the ice storm crisis.
After a major ice storm that rendered Beaver Bend powerless, Steve and Tawny are back from holidays, and ready to talk about what happened over the holidays. Steve had an unpleasant experience staying with his 2nd ex-wife and her dentist husband. Tawny resorts to hobo measures to survive the storm. Happy 2014!
Welcome to Steve and Tawny’s celebration of the holiday season. They do a year in review internationally, locally, talk about Beaver Bend’s Christmas traditions, and gifts they gave each other. Pour yourself a hot cup of cocoa, or discount liquor – whatever makes you dozy – and listen along. Steve and Tawny and the entire staff of the station want to wish you a Merry Christmas, or whatever weird religious thing you celebrate this time of year.
Kris Manley is an expert on resumes for children; her book is called Resumes for Children 17-years Old or Younger. Steve and Tawny talk to her about her book and internships for children. Steve and Tawny sing the merits of a youth spent working at the town pulp mill.
From deep inside the mailbag, Timea Farkas from Calgary Alberta writes to ask why the sky is blue. Steve and Tawny. Steve and Tawny have the answer(s) and some thoughts on how climate change is changing the skies.
Steve and Tawny got a plum gig reporting from the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. On this occasion they were at the foot of the hill for the ski mogul competition. They explain the origin of the term mogul, the event itself, and how it’s scored.
Kris Manley is an expert on resumes for children; her book is called Resumes for Children 17-years Old or Younger. Steve and Tawny talk to her about her book and internships for children. Maybe at the local pulp mill, where both Steve and Tawny worked in their youth.
Why is it that some planes have smoke behind them, and others don’t? Gwen Ruffie from Gary Indiana writes Steve and Tawny to find out why this is. They know. Of course.
Steve and Tawny were sent out to Vancouver to cover the 2010 Winter Olympics. This is some of their coverage from the curling event.
Kris Manley is an expert on resumes for children; her book is called Resumes for Children 17-years Old or Younger. Steve and Tawny talk to her about her book and how Tawny’s a 4-year old niece can compete for jobs against college grads. Should she include cute photos, and health information?