Access Hollywood Correspondent, sideline reporter for American Ninja Warrior, and Charlie’s former co-host Zuri Hall joins the CripesCast this week. They talk about their careers in the entertainment industry and reminisce on their time working in Dallas.
Country artist Kylie Morgan joins Charlie for this week's episode of the CripesCast to talk about her journey in the music industry. They discuss how she went from writing her first song at 12-years-old to eventually going on the road with big names like Maren Morris, Kip Moore, Little Big Town, and more before the pandemic.
This week on the CripesCast, Charlie talks to Emily Ford who is currently thru-hiking the Ice Age Trail. She will be the first woman and person of color to do this during the winter. They discuss the 1,200 mile journey with her dog Diggins, the pros of unplugging and how Britney Spears is stuck in her head.
This week, Charlie is joined by Sam Floyd, the Founder of Operation Coffee. His company is dedicated to raising awareness about veteran suicide over a cup of his locally-sourced small batch roasted coffee. They discuss how Sam and many other veterans like him struggle with their mental health after serving and how to reach out to them.
Interested in buying his coffee? Head to https://shop.operationcoffee.com and find them on Facebook and Instagram @operationcoffeeroasters!
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8244 (and press 1)
Visit the Veterans Crisis Line online at https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help/hotline
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Josie Lee, director of the Ho-Chunk Nation Museum and Cultural Center, joins Charlie this week on the CripesCast as they discuss the impact that the Ho-Chunk Nation has on the state of Wisconsin. Listen as they unpack crucial topics like racism, representation and rhetoric for the Ho-Chunk people.
"And there is your dagger!" This week Charlie is joined by legendary Green Bay Packers Play-by-Play announcer Wayne Larrivee. They discuss the Packers current Super Bowl chances, how Wayne snuck his way into sportscasting, and achieving his lifelong goal of working for the Packers.
Penn Holderness, who you may recognize as the father and husband of the Holderness Family, joins Charlie on the CripesCast this week to talk about their shared experience of going from local news anchors to content creators. They discuss their creative processes, their similar career paths and how to adapt to the changing demands and trends of social media and the entertainment industry. Charlie also shares a riveting story about finding coyote tracks and scat in the woods.
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Scott Evans is not only Charlie's former roommate, he's also the host of World of Dance on NBC, co-host of Access Hollywood and has his own podcast, So Close. He and Charlie discuss the entertainment industry, growing up in the Midwest and of course the dangers of being Charlie's roommate. Before the interview, Charlie also talks about the recent breach of the US Capitol.