Modeling, Regenerative Living, and Motherhood with Sydney Porter
Some of the topics we discuss:•Motherhood•Regenerative living•Tapping into a new market as a model•Empowered birth•Nomadic living•Being a woman of the earth•Sydney’s tips FOLLOW ALONG Instagram.com/kaychatpodcast Instagram.com/kaymoore_ Instagram.com/thesydneyporter RESOURCES Speaking with Nature by Llyn Roberts & Sandra Ingerman Ina May's Guide to Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin
Liquid Lunch 153: James “Huggy Bear” Wolfe, Adam Cryer & Sydney Porter
Recorded 8-29-19. James “Huggy Bear” Wolfe from Local Group Brewing joins Josh & Kennedy in Stew-dio to discuss his collaboration brew with Adam Cryer and Sarah Pope at Baileson Brewing, whom join us via Skype. And if that weren’t enough to get you loving the Houston beer scene, Sydney Porter from Southern Yankee Beer Company joins us during the second half of the show to talk comedy night, pizzas and patios. It’s an action filled episode of your favorite lunch time show.
InterBrews 196: Beer Chronicle’s Chris Adams at Southern Yankee Beer Co. with Sydney Porter
Episode 196 of InterBrews was recorded at Southern Yankee Beer Company with Beer Chronicle’s Chris Adams. Chris sat down with InterBrews host Josh Stewart to discuss the start of Beer Chronicle, his approach to reviewing beers and why he felt covering the Houston beer scene is important. And as if having Chris on the podcast wasn’t enough, SYBC Head Brewer Sydney Porter dropped in between hop additions and gravity readings to talk new beers from Southern Yankee. It was a fun get together that we hope you enjoy as much as we did. This is InterBrews.The post InterBrews 196: Beer Chronicle’s Chris Adams at Southern Yankee Beer Co. with Sydney Porter first appeared on InterBrews.
This is the only known recording of O. Henry. Hear his secrets for writing short stories, as well as his shout out to all of us here in the future. You can also find the full text to this recording on the Portal to Texas History here: http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth139311/m1/1/ PiCB 07171
William Sydney Porter—better known by his pen name, O. Henry—was born in North Carolina and died in New York. But his sixteen years in Texas, from 1882 to 1898, made a lasting mark on his life and work. Later in life, when he began writing fiction under an assumed name, it was his early stories about Texas that helped launch his career.