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Amanda Duncan

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The Disappearance of Amanda Duncan and Three Yokai


Alice tells us a story of a missing woman while Charlie struggles to focus on anything. We're all over the place today folks! Thank you to Emily glass for our podcast music, you can find her on twitter at: emilyxglass For news and updates on the podcast follow this link: https://linktr.ee/Queersteries Charlies Sources: https://www.yokaistreet.com/yokai-lantern/ http://yokai.com/onryou/ http://yokai.com/isogashi/ Alice's Sources: https://www.reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/lptbnf/amanda_duncan_1046dfuk_missing_since_2nd_of_july/


28 Mar 2021

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Episode 46: Eat Meat the Right Way with Amanda Duncan Carlsvig

Starting Sustainability: Sustainable Living: eco-friendly: environment: green: recycle: zero-waste

www.startingsustainability.com Want to save the world and still eat meat? That's right! You don't have to be a vegan to have a positive effect in regards to sustainability. Guest host Amanda Duncan Carlsvig clarifies programs to support local farmers, alternative shopping practices, and ranks animal meats from best to worst. Don't worry Oreo and Nugget are behaving and doing well ;) www.startingsustainability.com/episode46 


21 Sep 2020

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Amanda Duncan & Joanna Burns

5 to 9 – A Movie Game

Amanda Duncan and Joanna Burns try to connect Dianne Wiest to Goldie Hawn through a wildcard of Rachel McAdams in no fewer than 5 and no more than 9 movies. Can they do it? Can you? Play along and tag your 5 to 9 game card (5to9game.com) on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook with @5to9game for a chance to play with us on the show.


13 Apr 2020

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COVID-19 Coverage Day 4: Amanda Duncan/Josh Shapiro/Kathy Dahlkemper - March 19, 2020

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast

On our Thursday program, we attempted to stay on top of the breaking news regarding the coronavirus pandemic, while learning the impact of the shutdown on different parts of the local economy. With us on was Amanda Duncan, Program Director of the Young Erie Professionals. Then PA Attorney General Josh Shapiro discussed with Joel Natalie how his office is investigating price gouging on essential items across the Commonwealth. Finally, Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper joined Joel in discussing the latest directions for keeping people safe.


20 Mar 2020

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Erie's 40 Under 40 Winners: Amanda Duncan, Anne Lewis, Davon Pacley & Adam Welsh - Oct. 28, 2019

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast

A group of the Erie region's younger leaders brought a lively conversation to begin the week at the Joel Natalie Show. Joining us were Amanda Duncan, Adam Welsh, Anne Lewis, and Davon Pacley of the Young Erie Professionals. Amanda is the program manager of YEP, and Adam is the editor in chief of The Erie Reader who sponsors the yearly Erie's 40 Under 40. Anne and Davon were recognized this year as young adults who are working to improve Erie’s profile and help the city reach its full potential.


29 Oct 2019

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Young Erie Professionals: Dr. Jason Cardinali/Amanda Duncan/Kristen Gehrlein/Bill Lillis Jr. - Mar. 29, 2019

TalkErie.com - The Joel Natalie Show - Erie Pennsylvania Daily Podcast

The voices of the Young Erie Professionals (YEP) are being heard across our region. On Friday, leaders from this group of 21-40 year olds joined the Joel Natalie Show for a conversation about their careers and perspectives on living, working, and playing in Erie. With us were Amanda Duncan YEP Program Director, Bill Lillis Jr., a Financial Adviser with Northwestern Mutual and YEP appointee to the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership Board of Directors, Dr. Jason Cardinali, Owner of ProActive Family Chiropractic Center and Chair of the YEP Professional Leadership Development Committee, and Kristen Gehrlein, CEO of Lifeworks and co-chair of the YEP Member and Business Engagement Committee.

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1 Apr 2019

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SpudShow 376 - Amanda Duncan


music supplied by Mevio Artist - Amanda Duncan Track 1 - Billy had to danceTrack 2 - Love I had for you MainSiteMySpace Get the cd from CDBaby InfoWhen you see Amanda Duncan in person, it's easy to think, "How does all that sound come out of that little body?" Never quite blessed with height, Amanda was blessed with one roaring set of pipes. And a knack for writing lyrics so honest, they cut right to the core of her audience. After borrowing her uncle's guitar for a brief stint in high school, she soon realized that this whole music thing might just be more than a fling. She began writing songs about silly things at first, but as her musical understanding grew, so did her desire to really connect with people. She realized that if she was feeling strongly enough to dignify a situation with a song there must be others who could relate and benefit from hearing their own story. "There are so many songs out there that are reflective of negative issues of people's lives. I want to connect with the positive." A primarily self-taught musician, she plays guitar, hand percussion, and most uncommonly, the mandolin. For those listeners looking for something refreshing, Amanda delivers. She infuses the pop country structure with a folkier sound than most current artists. But what really sets her apart from the rest is her dedication to simplicity and her traditionally acoustic sound, reminicent of the bluegrass style.


29 Aug 2009