GOOD BEER HUNTING
GBH is not a voice speaking only from the outside looking in, but rather, from the middle of some of the most rapidly changing dynamics that any U.S. industry has ever seen. The interviews go deeper and the articles work harder to balance the culture of craft beer with the businesses it supports, shifting the conversation with our readers toward the future of the industry we love and the tenacity of its ideals.
EMBRACING ARLINGTON ARTS TALKS
Each Tuesday afternoon Janet Kopenhaver, Chair of Embracing Arlington Arts will publish a 30-minute podcast featuring an arts organization representative, visual artist, arts expert, reviewer and many others to talk about upcoming productions, openings, the benefits of the arts, economic impact of arts and culture, new studies and much more to help listeners gain more and deeper insight into the world of arts and culture. Guests will also include dignitaries nationwide that value and advocate for the arts.
BONN PARK PODCAST
Welcome to Bonn Park, where podcast hosts Marshall Ward and Sara Geidlinger chat in-depth with fascinating people living, working, and creating in Waterloo Region -- an area known as the "creative capital of Canada." Each episode features a different guest, with artists, writers, experts, entrepreneurs, and other creative folk talking about their motivations, inspirations, and aspirations. Marshall is a longtime newspaper columnist who has interviewed Hollywood celebrities and local characters; Sara is a photographer who loves to find out what makes people tick. Together, their show emulates the feel of sparking up a conversation with an interesting stranger in a park, which is how Marshall and Sara met (in Waterloo's Bonn Park) and discovered their shared interest in Waterloo Region's creative community. Please subscribe or follow and find us on instagram @bonnparkpodcast
COUPLES IN CREATION
Conquer the creative space with millennial couple John and Millie every Wednesday. They will teach you how to transform your passion into a business within this ever-evolving "Influencer" era. In this podcast John and Millie talk about everything from creating content, which gear to use, travel tips, balancing their relationship with work and everything you need to know to create the life of your dreams.
Simply put, this channel is my conversation journal. Full of stories, theories, and ideas, all raw, informative, funny, and intentional. I look forward to having this archive of conversations, and see a fruitful library of interesting people sharing themselves wholly. May this serve you and help you go stack funktions in the world
SPHEARS: THE ACADEMY RECORDS RADIO HOUR
Initially broadcast over the airwaves on SMFAtufts 1630 Am station, the SpHEARS program brings to you a roster of guests where, over the course of the season, guests play and discuss seminal sounds, tracks, or sonic events that have inspired their work. Volume I ran from December 2018 to the Summer of 2019. Volume II began in November of 2019 and is currently on hiatus due to our current state of affairs. This site archives the show for those not able to listen to the original broadcast or stream. Additionally, your can search each episode title on Spotify for each show's individual playlists. For more information on Academy Records please visit www.academyrecords.org
Fume Chat is the only podcast solely dedicated to the world of fragrance. Hosted by Fragrance Expert & Consultant, Nick Gilbert and Blogger & Writer, Thomas Dunckley, Fume Chat is a weekly podcast that approaches smell and perfume from a unique perspective. Our mission at Fume Chat is to make fragrance entertaining, informative and fun. Let's face it, it's just perfume, so why take it so seriously? We'll be bringing you our favourite new scents as well as battling it out to see who has better taste, not to mention discussion topics, interviews and special guests. All on Fume Chat every Friday. We look forward to sniffing along with you.
INTO THE WORDS
The Highlights Foundation's mission is to improve the quality of children's literature by offering intimate and inspiring workshops for authors and illustrators. This podcast was created for those who not only have a passion for stories created for children and young adult audiences, but also for those who want to improve their craft. The following podcasts consist of interviews with kidlit authors and illustrators sharing tips, tricks, and ideas for working on the craft of story creating. Interviews are conducted on the Highlights Foundation Retreat Center.