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Now displaying: February, 2017
Feb 28, 2017
Singer/songwriter Chris Beland swings by the podcast to talk about getting married and having his first kid at 15, finding acceptance and stability in his second wife, leaving several dysfunctional churches, taking a paternity test, finding out his real dad is a famous rock guitarist, being a 37 year-old grandpa, preaching to people on a trolley, becoming an atheist, donating his kidney to a friend, finding new faith, the three albums he's releasing this year, and the eerie similarities between us.
 
Find him online at: http://chrisbeland.com/
Feb 21, 2017

Freelance writer and food columnist, Jaime Lewis stops by the podcast to talk about storytelling, growing up in a musical family, teaching music to children, confusing fantasy and reality, targeting an audience, self-promotion, nearly selling out to the music industry, getting your art to the world, pitching stories, clickbait, diaper work, carnitas, and panicking about cauliflower. 

Find her online at: https://jaimelewis.com/

Feb 14, 2017

Matchmaker and god of desire, Baby Cupid swings by the podcast to talk about the basics of his job, working for his mother, Venus, flying at 3 miles per hour, being sponsored by Wells Fargo, The Dark Days, the lesson that bees taught him, the origin of "Chocolate Day", accidentally killing people, what's on his iPod, his biggest mistakes, dating websites, gay marriage, archery, W.U.V., and his new song, "Where Did The Love Go?"

Feb 7, 2017

Teacher Ellery Ross drops by the podcast to talk about the magic of Solvang, moving in with her husband, fluffy writing, teaching third graders, resolving conflicts, not being able to swear, natural consequences, changing students' lives, having terrible handwriting, Common Core, politics in school, our dogs' voices, and everything her lady has been craving.

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