Carroll County has actual demons, and not just the management at one of the local McDonald’s. A lesson is learned in audacity, older women are hotter, and for the love of everything, please know what you want when you go through the drive thru! Also, we decide to stop bleeping cuss words and throw around the idea of taking the podcast to a live audience near you!
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Welcome to Carroll Worldwide!
Carroll Worldwide is Carroll County Maryland’s premiere weekly podcast hosted by local business owners and personalities. Carroll Worldwide features updates on current events, reports on local Facebook community forums spanning Westminster, Eldersburg, Sykesville and more with irreverent commentary and scorching hot takes (aka satire). Tune in using any podcast app you like if you want to a good-natured laugh about your community.
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WHERE AND HOW TO LISTEN
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MEET THE TEAM
Dennis is a lifelong citizen of Carroll County, Maryland. Dennis' astute observations and keen eye render his point of view hilarious and sometimes biting. But, don't worry, he's also an Attorney at Law, so if you sue him, he'll counter-sue you, win, and buy us all new hot tubs.
Sherri Hosfeld Joseph
Sherri Hosfeld Joseph is a Westminster native (go Owls!) with three amazing and talented children. She opened Birdie’s Cafe in 2010 to scare the neighbors and make espresso readily available to your kids. She is not the kind of girl you take home to meet your mother.
Randy is a local business owner who has lived in Carroll County his whole life. Randy has done standup comedy all around the Mid Atlantic area. For finding comedy, nothing is off limits, including himself. Randy went to Carroll County public schools, and for the first 18 years of his life, Randy thought "Algebra" was a country.