On this week’s podcast, we meet the Yoemans. And what a power couple! Jeremy and Valarie not only run, but also compete in triathlons. We talk about our first triathlons (and my only!), what it’s like to race together and the BIG triathlon they’re doing together in 2018.
In early September, 12 Triad runners participated in the 2017 Blue Ridge Relay. This 208-mile race invites groups of runners to run from the mountains of Virginia to Asheville, North Carolina. The High Point Pub Runners, including Just Run With It host Stephanie Butzer, took on this challenge. Here’s the story of this wild adventure.
In December of 2016, Claudia Marini lost her 22-year-old daughter to an overdose. Since then, this local runner has put on a brave face to help those who struggle with addiction by changing the system they’re thrown into. Claudia put together a 5K, which is scheduled for this weekend (Oct. 7), called Maddie’s Miles. You can sign up for the race here: www.RunSignUp.com/Race/NC/WinstonSalem/MaddiesMiles5k.
You can count yourself lucky if you’ve ever ran with Cindy Barbour — not only because it means you’re running alongside one of the most motivated runners in the area, but because you can keep up with her! Cindy, who calls Greensboro home, talks with us about how helping others reach their fitness goal inspires her, her 100-mile at the Crooked Road 24-hour ultra, how she’s hiking the Appalachian Trail and how it felt to win the 2009 Charlottesville Marathon for women.
Mark and Joe say goodbye to producer Allison Temple with a friendly bout of Match Game. Play along with the gang, including new podcast producer Stephanie Butzer. Plus, the week in local history and stories trending on www.hpenews.com
Nicole Donoghue and Debbie Allison join us on this week’s Just Run With It podcast. We talked about The Declan Donoghue Foundation, which Nicole started after her toddler son passed away. The foundation builds playgrounds around the Triad and raises most of its funds through an annual 5K. We talk why play is important for both kids and adults, why the foundation is focusing on playgrounds and why the race is such a hit. See more on the foundation at www.DeclansFoundation.org.
Sarah Beth Davis, executive director of GO FAR, and the nonprofit’s founder Robin Lindsay, talk about their own passion for running and how the idea for GOFAR (Go Out For A Run) came to be. The nonprofit, which is supported by donations, gets children in elementary and middle school interested in healthy lifestyles. The 10-week program concludes at the end of each semester with a 5K. To learn more, visit www.GOFARClub.org.
On this episode of The PoDDCouple, we talk about the opening of the 2017 NFL season, including predictions on this week’s games. Play along and see if you can pick them out! Plus, the regular features, including Week in History and stories trending on www.hpenews.com.
As cryptic letters kept coming – and the anonymous phone calls and the thinly veiled threats and the mysterious men lurking outside her house — what she thought was a harmless prank quickly evolved into what surely must have been the most terrifying six weeks of her life
Podcast produced by Allison Temple | High Point Enterprise
In this episode, we talk with Greensboro runner Amy Ogonowski about how to balance a full, honest life outside of running with, well, running! As people prepare for fall races, it’s certainly a stressful time for some Triad runners. We talk about how going for a run can ease stress, but how too much can lead to disaster, and how having a structured training plan can help.
Hard to believe it’s been 30 years since “Married… with Children” debuted and changed the nation’s television landscape (for better or for worse). The PoDDCouple discover some interesting facts about the show and cast.
It’s a well-known saying that running is like free therapy. But is it really? Corrinne Rosquillo shares with us her story of her mental health struggles, why she tried running and how it affected her, both physically and mentally.
With recent news of a reboot of “The Munsters” in the works, the PoDDCouple talk about the classic hit TV show from the 1960s. Play along as they test their knowledge with a “The Munsters” quiz and review trending stories at www.hpenews.com.
ELVIS! The PoDDCouple talk about the life and career of Elvis Presley on the 40th anniversary of The King’s death, then strive for perfection on a tough quiz on the rock ‘n’ roll giant. Plus, a special Week in History and stories trending on hpenews.com
By all accounts, Nick Moore was one of High Point’s finest, most upstanding citizens.
Until, that is, one early morning nearly a century ago, when Moore — a well-known barber in the city’s black community — inexplicably decided to use his razors for something far more nefarious than shaving his customers’ whiskers. Moore’s vile actions jeopardized the lives of four family members, shocked the community and landed the barber in jail.
On our 10th episode of the Just Run With It podcast, we talk with High Point resident Alice Owens. At the end of 2016, she was unhappy with her health and lifestyle. So, she decided to do something about it. On the first day of 2017, she started running and has since ran across several exciting finish lines. She talks about how running has changed her life, how she’s lost 30 pounds this year and why she’s not stopping anytime soon.
FANTASY FOOTBALL EDITION: The PoDDCouple talk about the upcoming NFL season and reveal some of their sleeper fantasy picks. Also, play along as they take a quiz on memorable football games and events through history. Plus, a tribute to the late, great Glen Campbell and the usual Week in History and stories trending on hpenews.com
LIKE, FAR OUT, MAN: The PoDDCouple dig some groovy vibes as they talk about the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love and the iconic music from that era that has stood the test of time. Plus, play along with a quiz on that historic summer of 1967 and hear about stories trending on hpenews.com and the week in local history.
So many mother runners feel a heavy guilt when they lace up their running shoes and hit the road or trails, leaving their child at home. But keeping that healthy lifestyle can be important — sometimes even vital — for those moms and their kids. Stephanie and Josie talk about where that guilt comes from, being a role model for the younger generations and how to combat “mom guilt” in episode 9 of Just Run With It.
REALLY BAD MOVIES: The PoDDCouple again welcome Enterprise political reporter Paul Johnson to talk about this year’s city election and join in on a discussion on the best and worst movies of all time. The crew then puts themselves to the test with a quiz on bad movies.
They go hand-in-hand — body image and running. How you view your body and how others view you if you carry the “I’m a runner” label can have both positive and negative effects on a person’s body image. Lindsay and Stephanie talk about their struggles and how they’ve come to accept and love their bodies for what they can do, rather than how they look.
Jack Dempsey, the once-feared “Manassa Mauler,” who reigned as boxing’s world heavyweight champion from 1919 to 1926, has a rather unusual epitaph etched on his grave marker in Southampton, New York.
Allison podcast producer with help from Paul Johnson takes us back to the first episode of the poddcouple and move into the most downloaded episode with guest Jimmy Tomlin. With over a year has passed since we started podcasts and the poddcouple.
If you enjoy trail running around the Triad, you probably know John Doggett. He’s the race director of Lost Runner, LLC, which puts on various trail races in the Triad. But he also makes time to run for himself, although it’s not always a walk in the park. He’s completed some gnarly races, including a 100-miler and the grueling Georgia Death Race. We talk about the trail running community in the Triad, what it’s like to organize a race and his unique running tattoos.
A ‘BLANK’ OF A GOOD TIME: High Point Enterprise public safety reporter Natalie Stewart joins The PoDDCouple to share bizarre police reports and talk about her series on unsolved homicides. She then joins the crew for a spirited round of Match Game in honor of the 1970s game show. Also, stories trending on hpenews.com and the week in history.
What started as a nagging injury lead to a completely new career for Greensboro runner Allan Buccola. Today, you can find him working in two area hospitals and running his own physical therapy practice. He talks about how he first became interested in PT, how his practice is different than others, and some tips for staying injury-free.
Anyone who complains that nothing ever happens downtown obviously wasn’t here in 1905.
That’s the year a band of religious zealots known as the “Burning Bushers” arrived in High Point and turned Main Street into their own personal revival tent
More than 6,000 feet of elevation? On trails? Through snow? With 50 mph winds? It sounded good to Jamestown runner Curtis Arena! In episode 5 of the Just Run With it podcast, we talk about this challenging race, losing motivation and finding it again, and pushing yourself to the absolute limit.
“THANK YOU, KIND SUH.” The PoDDCouple welcome Enterprise Assistant Editor and resident history buff Vince Wheeler to talk about his collection of old Enterprise newspapers and the anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg. Also, see if you agree with our picks for movies with the worst Southern accents and test your Civil War knowledge with a Gettysburg quiz!
In Episode 4 of Just Run With It, we discuss how competitiveness can both help and hinder runners in training and races. Thomasville native Ashley Bayse talks about how how she let it get the best of her for a short time, before she came back stronger than ever with inspiring and renewed goals.
You’ve entered the twilight zone: The PoDDCouple welcome Enterprise
staff writer and political beat writer Paul Johnson and discuss a range
of topics including this year’s city elections, local economic growth
and corporate incentives. They also discuss the classic TV show “The
Twilight Zone” and put themselves and listeners to the test with a
On Episode 3 of Just Run With It, we talk with ultrarunning extraordinaire Dorothy Hans of Greensboro. Dorothy describes ultrarunning as it truly is — fun and rewarding, but also incredibly challenging and, sometimes, unbearable. And she writes about it, too, with just as much honesty.
To learn more about Dorothy Hans, visit her blog at www.crostinis.blogspot.com.
The PoDDCouple reflect on the career of Adam
West, star of the iconic 1960s television hit series “Batman,” and make
some predictions on this week’s U.S. Open golf tournament. Also, find
out how they fare as they test their knowledge with a quiz on Batman
villains. Plus, stories trending on hpenews.com and the week in history.
On Episode 2 of Just Run With It, Tara Wommack of Greensboro sheds some light on running with young children and how she opened a Fit4Mom franchise to encourage and support moms and their kids through fun group exercises.
USE THE FORCE! Marking the 40th anniversary of the original Star Wars movie, the gang shares some fun facts about the movie and the franchise and are joined by producer and Star Wars fanatic Allison Temple in a quiz to test their knowledge of the epic film. Plus, the week in history, stories trending on hpenews.com and weird stuff thrown on the ice at hockey games.
On Episode 1 of Just Run With It, we talk with Cindy Baggett of Greensboro about starting to run later in life and sticking with it, plus the power of exercising with a community running group.
All he needed was a moonless night and a couple of willing accomplices, and a High Point infiltrator’s efforts to sabotage the U.S. war effort in 1918 might’ve been successful.
The Fab Four: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of the
Beatles’ classic “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” Mark and Joe
talk about the classic album, the Beatles’ historic meeting with Elvis
Presley and test their knowledge of The Fab Four with a quiz. Also, the
top stories trending on hpenews.com and the week in history.
WAR MOVIES, AND THE FLINSTONES: Mark and Joe discuss the best war movies
of all time as we head into Memorial Day weekend. They also test their
knowledge of the classic cartoon “The Flintstones” with a 15-question
quiz. Plus the usual week in history and stories trending on hpenews.com
Shazam! Mark and Joe welcome High Point Enterprise features writer Jimmy
Tomlin, who gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his new series, “High
Point Confidential.” He also joins the PoddCouple as they test their
knowledge of the classic TV show “Gomer Pyle U.S.M.C.” Plus, the week in
history and stories trending on hpenews.com
To say the Horneytown Massage Parlor rubbed people the wrong way may be a cheeky pun, but it’s also the truth.
Today, the good folks in Horneytown don’t seem to remember much about the small Forsyth County community’s most notorious business establishment — or if they do, they’re not talking.
“ISSUE: The stream cut off our introductions so we cut right into the banter”
“Scum bums!” Mark and Joe talk about the comedy blockbuster “Smokey and
the Bandit” on the 40th anniversary of its release. Play along as they
test their knowledge of the cinematic classic with a 15-question quiz.
Also the usual features, including stories trending on hpenews.com, the
week in history and our weekly Elvis moment.
“We’re not smarter than fifth graders!” Mark and Joe talk about the popular game show “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” and put themselves and producer Allison Temple to the test. Plus, the week in history and stories trending on hpenews.com
It’s a marathon, not a sprint! The PoDDCouple welcomes Enterprise reporter/digital manager Stephanie Butzer, who recently ran in the Boston marathon. Stephanie gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the event and joins Joe and Mark for a chance at redemption with another Bruce Springsteen quiz.
Caddyshack or Happy Gilmore? Mark and Joe talk about the best golf
movies of all time following a thrilling weekend at the Masters. Plus a
jam-packed week in history and stories trending on hpenews.com,
including the story of a 6-ton potato!
A narration of
The case of the sleepwalker slaying
Read by Jimmy Tomlin
Produced by Allison Temple