The guest for this episode is Theresa Thorn, co-host of the parenting humor podcast One Bad Mother and the co-author of You’re Doing a Great Job! 100 Ways You’re Winning at Parenting. Along with illustrations by Noah Grigni, Theresa also wrote her first book for children, It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity, a straightforward exploration of gender identity to give children a fuller understanding of themselves and others.
The guest for this episode is Nick Fradiani, who you might know as the 2015 winner of American Idol, but it now playing the role of Lorenzo in the national touring production of A Bronx Tale: The Musical. Since his time on American Idol, Nick released his debut solo project, Hurricane, in 2016 along with a follow-up EP in 2017, Where We Left Off.
The guests for this episode are three members of the brass ensemble from New Orleans, The Soul Rebels, Julian Gosin (trumpet), Lumar LeBlanc (snare drum), and Marcus Hubbard (trumpet). The Soul Rebels blend elements of contemporary hip-hop, trap, soul, bounce, and pop production mixed with world music and jazz, and recently released their newest album Poetry in Motion.
The guest for this episode voice actress and comedian Zehra Fazal, known for various voicing roles such as Nadia Rizavi in Voltron: Legendary Defender, Halo in Young Justice: Outsiders, Jupiter/Resolute Spaceship in the Netflix original Lost in Space, Mara in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power, and Pocahontas and Boudica in Adam Ruins Everything, along with voicing on video games like Call of Duty, Apex Legends, and Borderlands.
The guest for this episode is Chicago OG footwork, juke, and house music DJ and producer Traxman. As a staple of the Chicago dance music scene for decades now, Traxman was one of the co-founders of the G.E.T.O DJZ INC clique a member of DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn’s Teklife CREW And the founder of TEKK DJZ, along with being a important part of the birthing of the Dance-Mania imprint.
The guest for this episode if actress, filmmaker, and voice-actor Samantha Ireland, most known for her role voicing Nora Valkyrie on the popular anime RWBY along with other roles through Rooster Teeth Productions, along with projects ranging from films, TV shows, web series and video games. Recorded at the Grand Rapids Comic Con, we talked about the roles she has been known for and how she got into the entertainment field, the importance of community and referral support, allies in the business for women and people of color, the stories she wants to see being told, being a mother in the entertainment industry, and the fandom behind anime.
I got a story to tell everybody about my life and I really implore you to read this whole essay. For a while, I questioned my sexuality. It was something I’ve went through most of my adult life, maybe starting in my mid 20s. Now in 2019 as we go…
The guest for this episode is photographer Ellen Stagg, who recently released her newest photo book More Dirty Girls Having Fun via Goliath Books. It’s a beautiful book and through the camera lens, Ellen Stagg was able to create a fun environment and capture these women uninhibited through out the 300+ images featured.
Kim Petras has been one of pop music’s favorites of 2019 and she’s just starting her ascendance, so I was extremely excited to take the trip to Toronto to see her live at The Phoenix Concert Theatre. When you say this show was sold out, the people were packed as close at they could get to the stage.
The guest for this episode is award-winning journalist and media entrepreneur, Katherine Goldstein. In 2017, she created and also hosts The Double Shift podcast, a show that uses storytelling to fundamentally transform how society sees mothers and how we see ourselves in order to achieve greater parity for women in all aspects of society.