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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 25, 2019
Chefs Hap-Pea and Pea-Wee Andersen drop by the podcast to talk about honeymooning in France, Craig Janderffelt's list, a Danish cheese festival, the Wee-Wee-nerschnitzel, opening a restaurant together, sleeping in a movie theater, pea splitting accidents, how well they know each other, ham hocks and scalloped potatoes, their morning routine, the aftermath of daily concussions, the members of their staff, and the four things they do every day.
Jun 18, 2019
Blackwater creative director Erica Hamilton Kwid swings by the podcast to talk about forgetting her age, her baby's hobbies, BMX life, a picture-perfect childhood, Central Coast cults, post office tarot readings, Nipomo Mesa murders, working for her mom, what art school did to her art, the real beginning of adulthood, rolling a 50-sided die, taking over the family business, getting amped about stocking apparel, growing up Catholic, renouncing Paganism, seeing God on tv, hypnic jerks, and crying at the Golden Buzzer. 
 
Find her online at: https://shopblackwater.com/
Jun 11, 2019
Shop owner and DJ Malik Miko Thorne stops by the podcast to talk about being an introvert, still discovering music, record store conversations, curating mixtapes, discovering the wedding industry, growing up in Georgia, opening his own retail shop, coming up with ideas while cleaning his house, short-term optimism and long-term cynicism, going to Sunday school, crying at weddings, and his dream about getting hit by a car.
 
Follow him on Instagram: @asatelliteoflove
Or: @djmalikmiko
Jun 4, 2019

Father Ron Vilarino drops by the podcast to talk about getting to know his daughter, Marynn, from the photos she left behind, their bookended relationship, who colored the moon, encouraging her to go back to school, taking her back to Bodie, their last picture together, hearing her whisper, searching for a stream in the Sierras, the day he finally bonded with her cat, why he didn't go to her funeral, drinking and driving, the gift of forgiveness, why he changed his mind about being on this podcast, and what Marynn would want him to do. 

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