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Now displaying: April, 2019
Apr 30, 2019
Photographer Kasandra de la Rosa drops by the podcast to talk about how her husband was injured in Afghanistan, working in a specialty group home, watching a homeless guy slit his wrists, loud noises, flying, being murdered by your Uber driver, going on a date with someone you don't know, graduating from high school pregnant, how much math has changed, being a mean drunk, waiting for a kid with colored eyes, No Más Bebés, the nice parts of Bakersfield, nearby towns she's never been to, Word Party, naming kids, getting her tubes tied, giving up scrunchies for Lent, whether God is bilingual, and baby Pickle.
 
Follow her on Instagram: @kdelarosaphotography
Apr 23, 2019
Photographer and musician, Patrick Patton swings by the podcast to talk about binging episodes of this show, why he didn't bring me In-N-Out, dad brain, number bands, trying to make angry punk rock in a perfect household, moving to Los Angeles, becoming a production assistant, Real Love Records, a two-disc soap opera, doing the best you can with what you've got, making music with his wife, playing loud, found time entertainment, receiving a bible for every holiday, why God was the first and best author, and saying goodbye to Mimi.
 
Find him online at: https://www.patrickpattonphotography.com/
Apr 16, 2019
Author Laurie Woodward stops by the podcast to talk about how to say y'all, feeding cows, getting in trouble for daydreaming, writing her first book, reading The Weekend Novelist, developing craft, Shadow Swine, making Gauguin a villain, researching a skate park, Jojo the dolphin, passing the Talking Stick, the prophecy of Artania, calling each other dodoheads, learning to say no, and getting roasted by her kids.
 
Find her online at: http://artania.net
Apr 9, 2019
Working mother Kyrstynne Coleman drops by the podcast to talk about seeing The National perform drunk, hiding her mom's cigarettes, the fear of blushing, a sweaty year in Florida, getting back into painting, her husband's gigantic backpack, how insane our feet are, whether her baby is his great-grandfather reincarnated, wanting to be a soccer mom, a missed miscarriage, the inappropriate doctor who delivered her, mama bear instinct, whether her baby can see spirits, words we hate, why she probably won't live past 61, whether some people are meant to die, forgiving your parents, getting married while pregnant, excerpts from her childhood diary, and being framed for drowning a bird.
 
Follow her on Instagram: @kyrstynne
Apr 2, 2019
DJ, radio personality and program director, Ricardo Cano Hernández swings by the podcast to talk about why disco didn't die in Europe, how radio works, pre-recording vs. live broadcasting, making music that sounds good, getting robbed at gunpoint in Mexico, a WhatsApp chat with his whole family, when his dad bought him his first mixing board, cassette mixtapes, attending his first Vinyl Night, when his parents approved of his career choice, where hate comes from, how to trick the human brain, and supporting local music. 
 
Find him online at: http://www.dj-flashback.com/
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