This week on the podcast is actor/ writer/comedic performer Eric Feltes, and he and Hannah discuss quite a bit of good news:
A pastor who found a giant, and I mean, GIANT diamond and donated it to his country instead of keeping the profit.
Spring Break is upon us and Grid Alternatives is a non profit that provides little to no-cost solar power for low income families. Over 200 college students from all over have signed up for their volunteer Spring Break program and will spend their vacation installing solar panels across California, Colorado, and Washington DC.
Political tensions have been tight as we are all too aware of. But an awesome facebook live stream shows two opposing Texas congressmen who had to take a road trip together after their flight to D.C. was cancelled. The congressmen become buddies and realize that they agree on more things than they thought they would.
An artist has turned billboards into landscapes that perfectly line up with the mountains they are blocking and it’s beautiful.
The gofundme of the week, features a comedy theater in LA that could use some support!
We close it off with the animal corner featuring retiree women who knit sweaters for chickens!
Eric is an performer/ all of the good things. He is also a past teacher and current substitute teacher. He is creating a comedic webseries called “the substitute” about a struggling actor who decides to beome a substitute teacher. They have an idiegogo page right now which will be there for the next month. Links to that will be on the boardwalk audio page episode description as well as the facebook page. You can also go to www.ericfeltes.com to find out more about the substitute, he has a great blog there as well.