Episode 22: Brooke Eliason - @femalefoodie

Brooke Eliason (pronounced “e-listen”), is a 20 something native of Salt Lake City who was raised in a "blogger family" (her mom and sister also have successful blogs), where her mother taught her the love of all things food and photography.  She started Female Foodie in 2010 while she was living in the little touristy town of West Yellowstone, Montana (population 1,321) and decided to document her experiences trying every single restaurant in town.  After leaving West Yellowstone, she continued to document and promote favorite foodie spots that she felt everyone should know about.  In 2014 she jumped on the social media bandwagon and, for the first time, was able to experience being a part of the foodie community.  Today, femalefoodie.com consists of over 30 contributors in 15 cities, who do everything from review popular restaurants to rank the best places to eat in different cities

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Episode 21: Al Carraway

Al Carraway is an LDS convert, writer, multi-award-winning speaker, and author to best-selling book, "More Than the Tattooed Mormon," and "Cheers to Eternity!".  Originally from New York, she now lives in Utah with her husband, Ben, and her two kids, Gracie and Christian.  Her passion it is to tell everyone that happiness exists, and it comes from the gospel of Jesus Christ.  She has won multiple awards for her work including the 2016 — Woman + Biz Award and the 2014 — Donald C. Sloan Speech Award.

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Ep 20 - Peculiar Histories: The Tale of the Bear Lake Monster

On the inaugural episode of "Peculiar Histories," host Elliot Morris takes you back in time to the mid-19th century.  Residents of Northern Utah and Southern Idaho were on edge as reports of a creature lurking under the waters of Garden City's Bear Lake.  Was this creature based on something real or was it an elaborate hoax?  How did these stories start? What effect did they have on the community? Are there still sightings today? Join us as we explore these questions and much more on "Peculiar Histories."

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Episode 19: Ty the Dog Guy

Tyler Brown, aka "Ty the Dog Guy", is a world renown Dog Trainer, having spent the last 10 years training dogs all over the world for the likes of professional athletes, celebrities and Police departments.  In 2006, Ty started his business online (tythedogguy.com) and it's success has allowed him to travel the world training while raising a family of 4 children with his wife in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Ty has written multiple books and DVD series' on dog training while also engaging in speaking events and public appearances on TV, Radio and (now) podcasts.

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Episode 18: Emily Buckley

Emily Buckley is a Entrepreneur, storyteller, wife, mother of 5 and founder of Cache Valley Family Magazine.  Originally from the small town of Shelley Idaho Emily founded Cache Valley Family Magazine in 2014 after moving to Logan Utah with her husband's job and deciding to follow her dream of pursuing her passion for journalism.  She came up with the idea based on moving around a lot in her young marriage, emulating ideas she had seen be successful in bringing communities together and adding a few of her own to develop a crowd sourced, locally focused magazine.

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Episode 17: Peculiar Countdown - Top 10 Mormon athletes feat. Riley Nelson

It's another Peculiar countdown on the Peculiar People Podcast.  on Today's episode Nate and Gavin countdown their lists of top mormon athletes of all time with the help of a very special guest, former BYU and Utah State Quarterback Riley Nelson!  The guys catch up with Riley since his playing days ended in 2012 and jump into their lists of greatest LDS athletes.  Some of the names on the list will surprise you!  

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Episode 15: A Peculiar Christmas

It's a special Christmas themed episode of the podcast featuring Christmas stories, traditions and memories from some our our favorite Podcast guests.

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