Episode 8: Comedy and Connection with Rachel Weeks
We were lucky enough to kick off our first recording in front of a live audience with a little stand-up comedy from Denver based comedian Rachel Weeks! Following the hilarity, we sat down with Rachel and discussed the ties between comedy and connection. Special thanks to our sponsor Mission Control Liquor Station!
Episode 7: SAME Cafe – So All May Eat
Most new restaurants close well before they hit their 5 year anniversary. S.A.M.E. Cafe in Denver, the first non-profit restaurant in the US, just celebrated 11 years in business. Listen to our seventh episode with Executive Director, Brad Reubendale to find out how a restaurant with no set prices is able to continue to offer a dignified dining experience where all feel welcome while enjoying a healthy, locally sourced meal.
Episode 6: The Boulder Creative Collective
Don’t forget to check out their Fall Exhibition Closing Reception on Friday, October 27th.
Episode 5: Bikers Against Child Abuse
We were truly honored to have the opportunity to interview Duffy, Slice, and Bard of Bikers Against Child Abuse. We dare you to not be inspired by this incredible group of men and women who empower children to not be afraid of the world they live in. Tune in to hear our conversation with three real life superheroes.
B.A.C.A.’s helpline is 1-800-230-4852. Please visit their website @ bacaworld.org for more information.
Episode 4: Don’t Ask Cat To Walk Your Dog
Tune in to hear our conversation about relationship attachment styles featuring therapist and love strategist Chelli Pumphrey. You can learn more about Chelli and her work at www.chellipumphrey.com or www.thrivetherapydenver.com
Episode 3: So, We Got In A Fight
Last week we had an argument that left us questioning if we could continue working together. We recorded our follow up conversation in an effort to be vulnerable with our audience about our own challenges with connection. So here it is. Raw and completely uncut.
Episode 2: Come As You Are
In this episode, we were lucky enough to chat with Alex Milewski, founder and breaker at Block 1750, a Boulder based dance non-profit that was born out of the love of strong community.
Episode 1: Post Cool
In our very first episode, we interview Andrew Tyler and Oren Cohen of There about being the new guys in town and building community.