In this episode we podcast on-location with Dan Rosenfelt, President of Third Rail Studios.
This episode Matt and Justin go guest-free to talk about the RocktheWoody.com party and some darker-than-usual news stories.
This episode we talk to Robert Egizio from Stage Door Players (Part 1)
Mad Italian in Chamblee is moving… down the street. The new location is further down Savoy Drive, and the old location is becoming a burger-bar called Duke’s!
This episode we chat with comedian Paul Ollinger, who grew up in the seedy Dunwoody streets of Georgetown.
Longtime Dunwoody-ian, Bob Lundsten hangs out with us in Justin’s backyard.
It’s been a crime filled week (possibly) in Dunwoody, so Matt and Justin sit down to make sense of all the crazy crime news.
This episode we talk with Richard “Highlander” McLeod – Dunwoody’s Director of Community Development.
This episode we go back to City Hall and meet with Brent Walker with Dunwoody Parks and Recreation. Part 2
This episode we go back to City Hall and meet with Brent Walker with Dunwoody Parks and Recreation.
This episode we go back to where it all began. Sitting in Justin’s backyard and reading the news.
Matt the Realtor and Justin the Pool Guy continue talking with Ken Wright, Dunwoody first mayor and now candidate for House District Seat 79.
This week Matt the Realtor and Justin the Pool Guy interview Ken Wright, Dunwoody first mayor and now candidate for House District Seat 79.
This episode we are chilling in Matt the REALTOR’s basement and talking about Dunwoody.
This episode we continue to talk with Nancy Jester, Dekalb County Commissioner in District 1 and Mike Davis, Chief of Staff and former Dunwoody Mayor.
This episode we sit down with Nancy Jester, Dekalb County Commissioner in District 1 and Mike Davis, Chief of Staff and former Dunwoody Mayor.
This episode we sit down with Katie Bishop Williams from the Dunwoody Convention Visitors Bureau.
This episode we sit down with Bob Mullen Communication Director for the city of Dunwoody, and Michael Starling sticks around to discuss more about Dunwoody businesses.
On location at the NEW Dunwoody City Hall! This week we sit down with Michael Starling at City Hall’s equivalent of the Death Star boardroom. Michael is the Director of Economic Development at City of Dunwoody.
This week we talk with Marian Adeimy about the Dunwoody Farmers Market.
Our investigative journalists discuss the Brookhaven ransom letter.
This week we talk with Mike Wilensky, a Dunwoody resident, who is running for House District 79.
It’s back to just Matt and Justin this week. All the Dunwoody Crier News and NextDoor Posts that are fit to podcast!
We continue talking with Alan Mothner, director of the Dunwoody Nature Center: Actual giant slides, haunted pianos, new Dunwoody event pavilions and more!
All about the Dunwoody Nature Center: the new Austin Elementary, electric vehicle charging, & coyotes (every backyard’s alpha-predator!!)
In this episode we talk about the upcoming Lemonade Days takeover of Brook Run Park, and a short discussion on pools in Dunwoody.
We continue talking with Heyward about the infamous Bankwoody sign. And the larger question: why Dunwoody Village has so many dang banks!
Heyward Wescott joins us this week to talk about the 20th Anniversary of the The Dunwoody Tornado
Our first April Fool’s special. Show topics include a mix of true and untrue stories about Dunwoody!
This week Matt and Justin sat down at Moondog Growlers in Dunwoody to talk with operator Trey Various and owner Tommy Burda.