We’ve got an eclectic episode of the P100 Podcast lined up for you, to be sure:
— Mel Cronin, regional expansion manager at 412 Food Rescue, talks about the nonprofit’s mission of preventing perfectly good food from entering the waste stream and the growth into areas beyond the titular area code.
— James Gourlay, the Scottish conductor and musical director of the River City Brass band, shares some musical stories in a special edition of our Pittsburgh Polyphony series.
— We go down the tubes — you’ll have to listen to understand, and be sure to check out this unique website.
This episode is sponsored by WordWrite:
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