Snow in Traverse City – tcp002



TCP Update for 10 Dec 2016

6 inches of snow and it’s still falling. First Lake Effect event for the year here in TC.

I talk about Denny’s coming to Traverse City and my favorite burger joints that are NOT chains. I also talk about my favorite and most improved bar/resturant in TC, Schelde’s

Also, Omelette, formerly from WKLT is on the Podcast airwaves at omeletteradio.com – Go check him out for more Traverse City flavor.

Until next time, I’m your humble host, Mike Dell


Omelette is Back – omeletteradio.com



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Omelette is back on the air! He has started his new podcast over at http://omeletteradio.com/.

He will be talking about local goings on in Traverse City and talking to his Friends and some of the regulars from his Radio show. The show will be released on Mondays and Thursdays. There will also be videos, some live call-ins and other fun stuff.

Get over to his site and press the approbate button and subscribe to the show so you will not miss an episode!


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Late Summer Update



Plans are in the works for the relaunch of the TC Podcast and Blog.

I will begin to update the site more often as soon as we work out a few more details with the web address.. Currently you can use either tcmi.blubrry.com or traversecitypodcast.com to get here. That is likely to remain the same. You can go ahead and subscribe but the RSS feeds will be changing to traversecitypodcast.com feeds. You shouldn’t notice anything different if you subscribed to the tcmi.blubrry.com feeds as I will have a redirect in place.

Enough of the geeky stuff.

The plan is to start putting out short episodes with either news, events, history or whatever Traverse City Related. No schedules.

I am looking for some Traverse City based reporters, writers or podcasters that would like to contribute to the site. If you think you might be interested, let me know. mike@mikedell.com is the best email to use. This will be a volunteer effort for now but as we build up some content and get some advertisers for both the blog and the podcast, there might be a few dollars in it at some point.

As we get closer to fall, I’m looking forward to the outdoor projects to be finished so I can start producing the podcasts that I do when the weather is not so good 🙂

See ya soon on the “airwaves”!
-Mike