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Now displaying: September, 2017
Sep 26, 2017
The founder of The Ian M Hassett Foundation, Stefanie Hassett stops by the podcast as a proxy for her son Ian, who passed away in 2012 from Mediastinal Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, to talk about having adult conversations with him at three years old, clothes that coordinate, his legendary senior photo, emulating Alistair Cooke and Gustav Klimt, his first watercolor sailboat, playing with trucks and doing Barbie's hair, having two kids with cancer, being an avid Googler, loving your kids equally, his goodbye letter, producing art in the midst of pain, chalk on velvet, form over function, Ianisms, the "I'm Only Three" defense, the Ian M Hassett Memorial Art Scholarship, being remembered, The Artist Exchange, Unseen No More, and Central Coast Live Read.
 
Find The Ian M Hassett Foundation online at: http://ianmhassett.com
Sep 19, 2017
Musician Charles Vaughn drops by the podcast to talk about stocking shelves for Christmas, drawing fake grapes, Kendrick Lamar, growing up in South Chicago, experiencing his first dead silence, being an only child for 10 years, losing contact with his dad, having a soothing voice, knowing which glue to use, getting his first guitar, Chicago Chinatown, origami, learning to squash fold, Jerry Seinfeld, what's funny about Pop Tarts, playing awful shows, getting booked on his face alone, having fruit snacks with Pinot, being asked to play a 6-hour set, playing cover songs, school uniforms, writing songs, The Beatles, and thinking his mom would never pick him up from preschool.
 
Find him online at: https://www.facebook.com/charlesvaughnmusic/
Or follow him on Instagram: @charlesvaughnmusic
Sep 12, 2017

Videographer, musician, and Dungeon Master, Cole Baker swings by the podcast to talk about what he's been up to since 2010, living a fairly corporate life, running around in a tiny town, being alacritously attention-seeking, grinding his teeth, being the perennial beneficiary of his only-child circumstances, watching Pirates of the Caribbean once a week, film class, statues, the haircut that inspired him to move to Pasadena, being accepted to UCLA, being an Argentinian artist-in-residence, living in a gross basement in Portland, becoming an Airbnb project manager, being in a band with Alexandra Wallace, not sharing his music, waiting for The Kris Special's second album, the effects of social media, the Cole Baker hate group on Facebook, proselytizing for Dungeons & Dragons, the Sun exploding, bubonic plague, science vs. religion, and eating a bee.

Sep 5, 2017
Musician Zach Huneycutt (Church Mouse) stops by the podcast to talk about 'Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too', Falcon, CO, Abie the junk collector, moving to Lompoc because of World of Warcraft, hating road trips, seeing the ocean, trying to be the class clown, watching all of the anime, Dan's gun, opening a record shop/café, the chemistry of Church Mouse, getting out of deathcore, getting into grindcore, music and beer, New Life Church, his fear of aging, Gun x Sword, buying things he doesn't need, calling chips 'cookies', and George falling off a ladder.

Find him online at: https://churchmouseca.bandcamp.com/ or
https://www.facebook.com/churchmouseca/

or follow Church Mouse on Instagram: @churchmouseca
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