On this week's episode of the Hometown Goshen podcast, reporter Sharon Hernandez unearths the history of some of the hidden vaults beneath downtown Goshen. We also speak with Lalo Cura, a local Spanish-language rock band that was recently featured on NPR's Alt.Latino music program.
On this week's podcast, we take a look at Chamberlain Elementary's new approach to teaching where students take charge of their own learning. We also catch up with Brad Weirich, general manager of the Maple City Market, to find out how he's looking to educate Goshen about eating cheap and eating healthy.
This week's Hometown Goshen podcast catches up with Tim Showalter of rock band Strand of Oaks. Showalter grew up in Goshen, and he even has a song called "Goshen '91" which you can hear on the show. We also speak to Jami Hawkins, one half of a Goshen couple looking to start up a new cocktail bar in the Maple City. And of course, we take a quick look at this weekend's events.
In this week's episode of the Hometown Goshen podcast, two Goshen families share a story about adopting four Ethiopian siblings and acclimating them to the United States. Samuel Rosario (also known as Samuel Prince, Jr.) also appears on the podcast to talk about his American Idol audition and getting slapped by Jennifer Lopez.
The former Goshen Inn has remained vacant ever since its owner, Kiran “Ken” Patel, was murdered in the building in October 2011. Now his family is trying to retain ownership of the property, leaving any future development up in the air. That story plus an interview with Jason Samuel, general manager of award-winning Goshen College radio station WGCS 91.1 The Globe, and folk band the Theory Expats.