One Year Later: Audio Diaries from the First Frightening Weeks of Shutdown
As we mark the one-year anniversary of the pandemic, now is a time to reflect on what we've endured. The audio I'm sharing today was collected in those first weeks of the pandemic, when restaurants, bars, and cafes sat dark and quiet across the nation.
Re-Opening is Here, for Some of Us
Re-Opening is upon us. Well for some of us at least, and pending for the rest of us. Jenny and I listened this morning to industry leaders, including Thomas Keller, Will Guidara, Sean Feeney and Tim Love, present issues that independent restaurants are facing directly to President Trump.
TheLINE Special Episode: The COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on the Hospitality Industry - Owners and Chefs In their Own Words
Across the nation, restaurants, bars, and cafes sit dark and quiet. Owners are unsure if they will ever be able to re-open and hundreds of thousands have lost their jobs as millions have self isolated at home.
Creating a Team & Fostering a strong Restaurant Culture
This week’s episode of Opening Soon is all how to Hire & Train the best of the best and how to keep them from jumping ship amidst the chaos of opening. Once you have a team in place how do you instill and maintain a culture that keeps you and your employees happy and thriving?
Third Time's the Charm at Charleston Wine + Food
For the fourth year running, Heritage Radio Network has partnered with Charleston Wine + Food to bring live podcasting to the festival's Culinary Village. HRN hosts have interviewed dozens of chefs, winemakers, farmers, distillers, educators, writers, and artisans in the "Holy City," and there have been a handful of guests that have made an annual appearance (at least three years or more)! Here are a few of our friends who have joined us in making podcasts at Charleston Wine + Food an unforgettable tradition. Robert Stehling