Marietta Stories | Crazy cool stories from the community builders of Marietta, Georgia

What makes the town of Marietta, Georgia so welcoming, friendly and the center of Southern hospitality? Listen each week as veteran podcaster Bill Nowicki dives deep to tell the heartwarming, sad and funny stories from the people that make up the fabric of this historic city.
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Marietta Stories | Crazy cool stories from the community builders of Marietta, Georgia


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Aug 26, 2016

Bill continues his interview with Jenny King of the Red Door Gallery. He meets up with Jonathan Chery, a work friend.

Jill Kettles talks about Harris Kettles of the Marietta Daily Journal and living near the train. She recalls the important role the actress Joanne Woodward played in revamping the Stand Theater and how to mow the hilly lawn with a chain (Marietta is hilly).

Emily Ryals, the director of the Marietta Art Walk shows up and Emily, Jonathan and Bill set off to check on things and lay out Pokemon themed clues. They discuss the Pokemon craze and how Emily is using it to help local artists and businesses in the square.

Bill speaks with Pete the husband of an artist. Pete’s a nice guy and does a nice job selling his wife’s art.

Tom Jenkins the photographer talks about Marietta and why it is great.

Emily discusses her daughter’s first day of school and talks about home school.

Susan Smith spends a few seconds saying hi and catch up on their lives.

They go to Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar ( and meet the owner Brielle Gaines. Jonathan and Bill enjoy a bubble tea and Emily moves on, but not before she get Bill and Jonathan to see Katie Bush and they talk chalk art.

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Jonathan and Bill return to the Red Door and meet a couple, Joy Callahan and Whit Callahan. They talk Marietta and Whit’s run in with the Marietta judicial system.

Art Walk, first Friday of the month supported by Marietta Businesses, check them out…