July 16, 2020

Ep34 - The Bolivar Point Lighthouse with Mark Boyt. 

Mark Boyt and his family are the owners of the Point Bolivar Lighthouse, which was built in 1872 and is an icon of the upper Gulf Coast of Texas. Mark and his team are currently exploring ways to raise money to preser...

May 17, 2020

Professional Magicians and Magic Puzzle co-creators Simon Coronel and Jordan Gold teach us what it’s like to be on a Kickstarter team for a hugely successful Kickstarter project and they discuss the process of creating Magic Puzzles.  They also tell share how their exp...

April 22, 2020

In this episode, I have a phone discussion with author and adventurer Karen Somers.  The second edition of her book has just been released.  We talk about her journeys on many of the best hiking/biking trails in America and the process of writing her book!  

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December 9, 2019

S3Ep6 - I take a stroll back in time with Austin Nunez of The Dinosaur Park in Cedar Creek, TX. The Dinosaur Park has over 30 full-scale dinosaur models set in the woods along a nature trail! T-Rex, Stegosaur, Diplodocus, Sauropods, Velociraptor and much, much more!

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September 24, 2019

In the S3Ep5 episode, I sat down for a discussion with two incredibly talented musicians who go by the name of The Young Fables.  They are a modern, traditional country music duo from Nashville, TN.  We discuss their musical influences, the process of how they create t...

September 17, 2019

In S3Ep4 of the Luminnovation Podcast, I talk with Jennifer Hobbs, a school teacher and an inventor and creator! Her second invention is the Mesh-It Silent Fidget Pen and it's currently in the middle of a successful Kickstarter project. Tune in to listen to her story o...

September 13, 2019

S3Ep3 - Philip Schrei of Be Ready Blade Works is a professional bladesmith and a champion on History Channel's "Forged In Fire" TV show. Philip teaches us what it takes to be a bladesmith, what it was like to be on the TV show and how he turned a hobby into a business!

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June 20, 2019

In this episode, expert luthier Stephen Marchione, the proprietor behind Marhione Guitars, teaches us all about the craft of making guitars and other stringed instruments.  His passion for perfection and 30 years of experience are on full display in this show.    Steph...

In this episode, Amy Morton tells her story of what it’s like to do a solo, one-week thru-hike of the Lonestar Hiking Trail (LSHT).  

The LSHT is a nearly 100 mile long hiking trail wandering through the Sam Houston National Forest just north of Houston, TX.

This show wa...

January 16, 2019

In this episode, Margaret Ellis tells us the story of how and why she started a non-profit called Friends of Samburu, which is an organization helping to support villages in Samburu, Kenya, Africa.

If you have ever wanted to start a non-profit organization yourself, or...

December 16, 2018

In this episode, we talk with three long-time members of the Society for Creative Anachronism, or SCA. SCA is a large organization that promotes history, making, reenactment, DIY, learning and teaching about lifestyles and artifacts from 500-1500 years ago! The members...

December 9, 2018

In this episode, we talk with Robby Marlow, a co-founders of Delta Life Fitness, a franchise of womens only fitness centers. Robby tells us what its like to start a franchise business and how to manage the business once its started. You too can quit your 'boring day jo...

November 15, 2018

In today's show we're going to be talking to Jennifer Wammack, the owner of Berdoll Pecan, Candy and Gift Company from Cedar Creek, TX.  Berdoll Pecan, Candy and Gift Company is a family owned business that has been growing and selling pecans for nearly 40 years.  They...

November 7, 2018

In today's show we're going to being talking to three professional voice actors who have been working in the industry for over 20 years!  They all voice anime characters, but also sprinkle in many other voice jobs when they can.  Our first guest is Luci Christian.  She...

October 12, 2018

In todays show we're going to being talking about little 3/4" square, blue ceramic tiles. Starting nearly 100 years ago, these tiles used to be embedded right in to the concrete of street curbs throughout the city of Houston.  In the early days of the city, these blue...

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