Photographer Grace Kathryn stops by the podcast to talk about living on 'Tico Time', capturing other people's moments, spending time alone, unplugging from technology, traveling the world, color palettes, and living in a haunted house.
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Playwright, director, literary manager, resident wise guy, and ex-donut decorator, Weston Scott drops by the podcast to talk about being the 'new kid' in school, getting paid for making art, the 2016 election, improv comedy, and why the paranormal is his jam.
Follow him on Instagram or Twitter: @westonericscott
Library clerk and Christian theologian, Ryan Hester stops by the podcast to talk about punk rock, chai tea, raising four kids, evolution, social anxiety, and being saved at Neverland Ranch.
Singer-songwriter and graphic designer, Stephanie Croff gracefully glides by the podcast to talk about growing up somewhere in the Black Mountain Hills of Dakota, the war between grief and relief, awkward Thanksgiving dinners, ultimate trust, the power of planning, and what she learned from marriage and divorce.
Dormant filmmaker, writer, daydreamer, and self-described "homebuddy", Caleb Wiseblood stops by the podcast to talk about drugs, pooping, his favorite 'Batman Jesus' movie, ketchup, his Instagram feed dedicated solely to chicken strips, and trying not to be like Frollo.
Follow him on Instagram: @chicken_strips_caleb_gets
Wood block printer, Rockabilly musician, shoe sales associate and book artist, Angelina LaPointe drops by the inaugural podcast to talk about growing up with artist parents, developing skills, selling out, writing songs in the car, and the difference between 'arts' and 'crafts'.