of Overbars, a creative video agency based in Houston.
Today on the show, I am chatting with Kiran Sahota, a Social historian, researcher and public speaker on South Asian history with a special focus on women.
On a late wintery day back in January, I drove down the lesser known section of Memphis’ world famous Beale Street to the house sitting at 533 Beale.
Some of the best memories of my life were those days packing up at a moments notice and going for a drive with my mom whether it was for the afternoon or the weekend. The excitement that immediately kicked in and the sense of wonder as we explored backroads and different towns has never ceases to amaze me. In this episode I discuss the 3 most powerful and life changing trips that I have taken.
The open road. Windows down, music playing and the smells of the countryside. Those are my earliest memories of road trips with my mom, my aunt and my cousin. But what actually makes a great road trip?
Travel photographer, Sandy Adams, announces new class, A Tourist Guide to Travel Writing, that she will be teaching online for College of the Mainland's Lifelong Learning program for summer 2021.
Memphis photographer, Sandy Adams, dropped in at the Nutbush Gin Company in Nutbush Tennessee with A Southern Girl's View...
Memphis photographer, Sandy Adams, discusses National DNA Day and what that means.
Memphis photographer and host of A Southern Girl's View podcast, Sandy Adams sits down with Dr. Paul Maier, a Population Geneticist with Family Tree DNA and it’s parent company, Gene by Gene for a very enlightening and interesting conversation.
Memphis podcast host and photographer, Sandy Adams, chats with energy expert, James Cargas, the CEO of New Energy LLC based in Houston. They chat about his path from Detroit Michigan to Houston, the energy capital of the world. How he and his family weathered the arctic blast that hit Texas mid-February and the ins and outs of the Texas power grid controversy. All of this and so much more.