It's a mouthful, but we're joined by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources - Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology to discuss their upcoming "Women at Work" Conference and then we'll welcome Scribfolio, a product to help foster creativity and exploration in Indy kids. All that and more, today on the EDGE!
Jeanie Reagan-Dinius, the Director of Special Initiatives at Indiana DNR, joins Erin and Brittany to talk about their upcoming Women at Work Conference.
This is the third year for the event and the event will be held at the Harrison Center for the Arts. This year's conference will focus on the history of Indiana women in the arts and their keynote speaker for this year will be Abbey Chambers.
If you are interested in attending this year's conference, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hoosier-women-at-work-2018-tickets-39052707700
Have you heard about the data breach at Facebook? Well, Fitbit has released their own stats of their user's sleep habits. Plus, would you want a robot of your dead relatives? Find out these stories and more, this week on the Paul Poteet on the EDGE!
Company wants to build an AI robot version of your dead relatives - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5428169/Scientists-want-build-robot-replicas-dead-relatives.html
FitBit studied 6 billion nights of sleep - https://medium.com/world-economic-forum/fitbit-analyzed-data-on-6-billion-nights-of-sleep-with-fascinating-results-66742aa49450
What new for weddings this year? - https://www.theknot.com/content/2018-wedding-trends
If you are looking to pull your kids away from spending all the time in front of the screen, then be sure to check out Scribfolio!
Maggie Held is the founder of Scribfolio and she joins Erin and Brittany to talk about how she turned her career from a professional singer/dancer/actor into a small business owner.
To learn more about Scribfolio, please visit their website: https://www.scribfolio.com/
We've got another great show on the docket for this week - we'll eat a little cheese and do some family planning. First up we have Tulip Tree Creamery - a local, urban creamery that will make you want to eat your weight in cheese. Plus, Family Choice Surrogacy - a company that wants to help educate Indy on all the family building options available. All that and more, this week on the EDGE.
Tulip Tree Creamery was founded in 2014 by Fons Smits and Laura Davenport after Smits traveling all over the world consulting and developing small to medium scale dairy plants.
They are located on the northwest side of Indianapolis and looking to move into their own facility in the next year.
To learn more about their cheeses, see their inventory, or sign up for one of their classes - visit their website: https://www.tuliptreecreamery.com/
We don't know about you, but we are still struggling with Daylight Saving from last week but do you know why Daylight Saving exists? On this week's Paul Poteet on the EDGE we discuss that and we have a new way to relieve stress at work (Erin's not too fond of this idea). Plus, would you reuse your toilet paper?
Everything you always wanted to know about Daylight Saving(S) Time:
It's a good idea to have a voodoo doll of your boss:
It's time to ditch TP for a "Family Cloth":
Family Choice Surrogacy is an agency located in Indiana but they serve parents across the globe to navigate Intended Parents and Surrogates through every step of the process.
Family Choice Surrogacy was started by Leah Potter after she experiencing her own infertility. She decided to help families fulfill their dreams of becoming parents by helping them through the world of surrogacy.
To learn more about the organization, please visit: https://familychoicesurrogacy.com/
Very few things are better than a good mashup, and boy, do we have a great combo for you today - that’s basketball and Italian food. First, we’ll be joined by Brackets for Good, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that helps local nonprofits through competitive, online fundraising tournaments.
Then, we’re talking Italian - food that is! We’ll be joined by the owner of Iozzo's Garden of Italy, to talk about their long-running history here in Indianapolis and what you should put on your must-eat list. All that and more, today on the Edge!
It's the first week of March, which means March Madness is right around the corner and here in Indianapolis, we kickoff March Madness with Brackets for Good.
Brackets for Good is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that helps build awareness, raise funds, and expand marketing capabilities for local nonprofits through competitive, online fundraising tournaments.
This organization was started by Matt McIntyre and Matt Duncan after Butler had their great run in 2011.
To learn more about Brackets for Good, visit their website: https://bfg.org/
Easter is right around the corner - and that means Peeps! What are some of their new flavors for this year?? Plus, what are millennials up to now? Find out this and more, today on Paul Poteet on the EDGE.
There are new PEEPS flavors for your Easter pleasure - http://www.delish.com/food-news/a58308/eight-new-peeps-flavors-2018/
The worst job interview moves you can make - https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-most-unusual-interview-mistakes-and-biggest-body-language-mishaps-according-to-annual-careerbuilder-survey-2018-02-22
Millennials are afraid of the dentist - https://nypost.com/2018/02/23/millennials-are-terrible-at-keeping-their-teeth-clean/
Have you been to Iozzo's Garden Italy? They have some of the BEST Italian food you can have in the city. They also have an interesting backstory.
The restaurant is one of the oldest and newest Italian restaurants in Indy - and that's because the restaurant closed for 40 years.
Katie Harris, the owner of Iozzo's Garden of Italy, joins us on the show to talk about what's new at the restaurant and tell more about the history of their family restaurant.
To learn more, visit: http://iozzos.com/