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This One Thing I Do

This One Thing I Do

By Ed Dzitko

Discussions with people about one thing they do that gets them excited about living life. This One Thing I Do focuses on passions - some grand, some not, but all just right - and documents what makes people people. Are you looking for a new hobby, a new passion, or a new thing to do? Perhaps our guests will spark you, inspire you to get involved, explore your creativity, put pen to paper, learn something new, embark on a journey.
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On Historic Cemeteries & their Stories with LaShelle Scott

This One Thing I DoFeb 28, 2022

On Historic Cemeteries & their Stories with LaShelle Scott

On Historic Cemeteries & their Stories with LaShelle Scott

LaShelle Scott is the executive producer and host of Stones, Bones, and Shadows, a podcast about historic cemeteries and the people who reside in them. Everyone who has passed through this world has made an impact in some way, and has a story to tell. And LaShelle makes sure those stories get heard.

Her passion for cemeteries started when she was a kid, getting up and at 'em early on a hot Arizona summer day to visit the plots of relatives in a nearby cemetery. With her family, she would help clean and pretty up their resting places, listen to stories, and feel closer to those who have departed this life.

Over the years, stopping at historic cemeteries to find other relatives, take in the elaborate monuments, and enjoy the garden atmosphere, has become a thing to do. And finding the stories of the famous, infamous, and everyday Jacks and Jills in those cemeteries has led to the production of more than 30 episodes of Stones, Bones, and Shadows.


Feb 28, 202219:52
On Writing with Helene Stapinski

On Writing with Helene Stapinski

Best selling memoirist Helen Stapinski joins the show to talk about writing memoirs and getting published, writing her books, and her current project.

Stapinski is the author of three memoirs, "Murder in Matera: A True Story of Passion, Family and Forgiveness in Southern Italy," "Baby Plays Around: A Love Affair with Music" and the bestselling "Five-Finger Discount: A Crooked Family History," which was made into a documentary for public television. 

She’s a regular contributor to the New York Times’ Op-Ed, Book Review, Dining, Weekend, Travel and Metropolitan section, where she wrote the Works in Progress column for two years. Stapinski has taught journalism and creative writing at Fordham University, The School of the New York Times and her alma mater, New York University. She has also lectured at Columbia University, where she received her MFA in Creative Writing. 

Feb 13, 202232:37
On Cooking with Lauren Spagnoletti

On Cooking with Lauren Spagnoletti

A marketing consultant by day, a mom by night, and a cook whenever she can be, Lauren Spagnoletti has a passion for cooking. Whenever she gets a new cookbook, Lauren doesn't waste very much time before sitting down, studying the recipes, and planning the week's menu. The lucky beneficiaries of her culinary talent are her husband, Adam, and their two boys. And, of course, their neighbors in North Carolina. Lauren and Adam love to entertain, and Lauren never misses a chance to surprise their friends with something new and different. What has she made recently? Check out Lauren's Instagram account, @food4everyoccasion, and find inspiration for your next meal.
Feb 06, 202217:56
On Poetry with Sandy Carlson
Jan 22, 202220:36