Aug. 9, 2021

114. Still Burning (Special Guest Arielle Nissenblatt)


Debra, Diana, and Jesi are joined by Arielle Nissenblatt (Instagram - @ariellethisandthat), creator of Earbuds Podcast Collective and Outlier Podcast Festival, to talk about a fire that has burned since 1962, a dog who freed his owner, flexing with a double arm transplant, and the effect of city folk on a suburban ecosystem... and the state with the fewest escalators.

Tell us what sparks your interest on twitter (@interest_spark), facebook, instagram, and TikTok! (@sparkmyinterestpodcast) Send a crazy story or interesting article to sparkmyinterestpodcast@gmail.com or through our website sparkmyinterestpodcast.com and we might just discuss it on the show!

Articles and other sources:

https://www.history.com/news/mine-fire-burning-more-50-years-ghost-town

https://www.timesnownews.com/the-buzz/article/loyal-dog-walks-into-police-station-persuades-officers-to-free-his-owner-watch/673062

https://www.indiatimes.com/trending/human-interest/world-first-double-arm-transplant-patient-545610.html

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/20/science/suburbs-wildlife-deer-owls.html

 

Arielle Nissenblatt

Podcast Maven

Arielle is the founder of the Earbuds Podcast Collective that produces a weekly crowd-sourced curated list of recommended podcasts, she is the co-creator of the Outlier Podcast Festival, she is the community manager for Squadcast.fm, and she has hosted a few podcasts over the years including Feedback with EarBuds, a weekly podcast that highlights recommendations from the Earbuds Podcast Collective and shares podcast tips, industry news, and bonus recommendations.