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Now displaying: February, 2018
Feb 27, 2018
Assistant pastry chef and line cook, Taylor Tate swings by the podcast to talk about working two jobs, not saying hi to me at a grocery store, A Silent Explosion, leaving shows early to beat the traffic, restringing her grandpa's guitar, stage fright, Jesus, Take The Wheel, what changed after marriage, the best party she's ever been to, being a dog person without a dog, losing her mom on Christmas Eve, being asked to choose between premarital relations and singing in her church band, and why space makes her mind implode. 
 
Follow her on Instagram: @taylortulipp
Feb 20, 2018
Live read actor Justin Meddings stops by the podcast to talk about the Overdue podcast, being the son of a librarian, Bob Dole references, being mesmerized by fish, The Phantom Menace, saying "You bet I do" at the altar, trying to make a lemon drop at home, what to do in Santa Maria, an extinct music scene, handwritten invitations, Jake's Messy Desk, being the older sibling, when to have kids, whether to vote for Oprah, a series of happy or unhappy accidents, and whether or not he plans to smoke forever. 
 
Donate to The Ian M. Hassett Foundation at: http://www.ianmhassett.com/
Feb 13, 2018
Artist and musician, Eva Nappier drops by the podcast to talk about homeschooling her children, being mistaken for a student, doing a little bit of everything, prioritizing your art, helping people figure out who they are, growing up with an artist father, feeding your soul, crying in a Trader Joe's parking lot, feminine strength vs. masculine strength, catcalling, invulnerable politicians, being the best version of yourself, making time for creativity, eliminating impossible tasks, going away to a Christian camp, having a relationship with a person you can't see, and the song she had to help her husband get through.

Find her online at: http://littleestudios.com/
Feb 6, 2018
Singer-songwriter Jon Bartel (The Creston Line, American Dirt) swings by the podcast to talk about soft-hearted nihilism, keeping all of his old toys, his parents' biannual family cassette recording night, paring down his family's dishes, the KonMari Method, the Fender Rhodes-shaped hole in his heart, the history of a guitar, his Dwimmerlaik settings, his favorite bathroom graffiti, subjecting his family to pedal steel at midnight, going to his first dance, grading 600 English papers, building a tomahawk throwing range, falling over and over, letting his kids watch Bee Movie, gun safety, having a low battery in his fire alarm, Primitive Radio Gods, eternity-minded parents, the Lego set he was willing to go to hell for, and Richard Nixon's chair. 
 
Find him online at: http://www.thecrestonline.com/
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