This is the voice for SHOP LOCAL. At a time when it’s often faster and cheaper to shop on-line, All Business tells the individual stories of the people in the Fredericksburg, Virginia, region who keep the community working. Hosted by NewsTalk 1230, WFVA, and B101.5 News Director, Ted Schubel.
Episode #311- Caroline Morris of Kimman’s Co. on Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg talks about closing and opening back up during the pandemic.
Episode #310- Michael Donohue talks about Play It Again Sports in the Eagle Village Shopping Center. Even during a pandemic, people are coming in and buying sports equipment.
Episode #309- Sarah Perry talks about their history and purpose and the virtual Fork It Over Festival.
Episode #308- Deirde Payne with the Colonial Tavern talks about their efforts to feed the homeless and changes they’ve made during COVID-19.
Episode #307: Maria Martin talks about their work with feeding the elderly and hospital workers
April Peterson at River Rock Outfitter in Fredericksburg talks about surviving in a pandemic. One tip: Take care of yourself so you stay healthy.
Anita Crossfield with Italian Station on Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg talks about her passion to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Life with COVID-19. Talks with the owners of 2 hearts, 1 dress, Art Times 4 Kids, Juan More Taco, X-Quizit Coffee Roasters and the PONSHOP Studio and Gallery.
Bob Whittingham of Whittingham and The Kitchen at Whittingham on Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg talks about doing business in COVID-19 and the temporary loss of employees.
Episode #302- 714 Caroline Street. Business in a COVID-19 world.
Ted Schubel talks with D.D. Lecky at LibertyTown on the coronovirus and it’s impact on her business and local businesses in the region.
Ted Schubel travels to Aquia Park in North Stafford to talk to Michael Smith about a possible New Year’s resolution: life insurance.
Ted Schubel talks with Barry Moore of the Better Business Bureau of Central Virginia about making wise decisions and how to avoid becoming a victim.
Ted Schubel travels to 900 Caroline Street to talk with Jodie Vaughn about how to engage the imagination…especially kids but for all of us.
Gary Weiner with Saxon Shoes talks about “Saxon Shoes for the Needy,” and how you can make a big impact on someone’s life. We also talk abut changes in the shoe industry.
Ted Schubel travels to 820 Caroline Street to talk with Caroline Morris at Kimman’s. She’s named after the street she works on and has deep family roots here and a passion for downtown.
Ted Schubel travels to Two Hearts, One Dress in downtown Fredericksburg to talk with Stacey Thomas about Small Business Saturday.
Ted Schubel travels to Amy’s Cafe in Falmouth for a conversation with Amy Johnson about eating local.
Ted Schubel talks with Maria Christina Schultz about choosing the best puppy for the holidays.
Ted Schubel travels to the art studio of Fredericksburg artist Bill Harris.
The people who bring you the Virginia Renaissance Faire are looking for land in Spotsylvania for the Common Ground Event Park. Big ideas. Big plans. We talk with Cornelia Rutherford.
Ted Schubel talks with Rachel Berenbaum of Phosphene Studio at 806 Caroline Street downtown.
Ted Schubel travels to 915 Sophia Street in Fredericksburg to talk with April Peterson about their upcoming move to William Street. The importance of a business plan.
Ted Schubel talks with Sue Henderson of “Focus By Henderson” about the importance of capturing and documenting.
Ted Schubel talks to State Farm Insurance Agent Michael C. Smith at 2789 Jefferson Davis Highway in North Stafford.
Ted Schubel talks to Jeff Small at Rio Car Wash on 70 Sebring Dr. in Stafford County.
Ted Schubel travels to the Ponshop Studio and Gallery in downtown Fredericksburg for a conversation with Gabe and Scarlett Pons
Ted Schubel travels to 103 Cambridge Street to talk with Amy Johnson of Amy’s Cafe.
Ted Schubel travels to Adventure Brewing on Perchwood Drive to talk with Tim Bornholtz
Ted Schubel talks with Bob Whittingham at 1021 Caroline Street in downtown Fredericksburg.