Listen closely and you may hear a goat chime in during today’s interview at Clay-Platte Montessori School with Garrett Holt. After twenty years in the amusement park industry, and now with a year under his belt as farm school teacher, Garrett enlightens Cole on the world of Montessori education, his passion for teaching, a recap on his decades of experience as a caricature artist, and his one-of-a-kind Kansas City based digital caricature company Brilliant Art Studios. Plus, while chickens cluck in the background, Cole and Garrett reminisce about their days at Worlds of Fun.
For more information on Clay-Platte Montessori visit their website here
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On today’s episode, man about town Mark Luce joins to discuss a variety of topics including his most recent project “The Plains: Photographs & Words,” carnivals, small towns in central Kansas, postcards, and wondering off the beaten path to take photos. Plus, Mark offers up some A+ answers on the KC Quiz, and Cole reminisces about his recent air guitar competition.
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On today’s episode, local rapper D’Angelo Hicks, better known as DLO, joins the show to discuss his very personal inspiration for writing music, Kansas City music video locations, mumble rap, his three biggest influences, and his upcoming EP release in September. Plus, Cole looks up his rapper name on the online generator.
For more information on DLO and Clearwater Records check out their Facebook & Instagram
On today’s episode, Cole sits down for a nice Memorial Day chat with writer and sculptor Guinotte Wise. Fresh off the release of his new book of poems Horses See Ghosts, Guinotte discusses his early days of tinkering, Kansas City’s creative energy, copywriting in Los Angeles, and folk art. Plus an owl and a hawk stop by, and Cole proclaims his love for Antiques Roadshow. It’s a great episode that will leave you saying, “That’s very interesting.”
For more information on Guinotte’s work including photos of his sculptures, check out his Website Information on Guinotte's writing can be found here
The future of weddings has arrived, and this week we have all the details with Kate Morris, the Event Director of Just Say I Do. With pop-up events on the rise, Kate breaks down how Just Say I Do is revolutionizing weddings and vow renewals in Kansas City all for an unbeatable price. Plus, the KC Quiz, and Cole reminisces about his own wedding. Love is in the podcast air.
On today’s episode, local rapper Phil Avery stops by to talk his recent EP Swim Sessions, keeping the best tracks in the vault, good production, having a song for every occasion, the Kansas City hip hop scene, writing from the heart, and riding the wave. Plus, Phil tries to convert Cole into becoming an anime fan.
On today’s episode, we have 1/5 of award winning improv troupe Ham Kitty, Kate Haugan. After some introductory banter, Kate talks improv in KC, the origins of Ham Kitty, throwdown competitions, what’s in the mystery bucket, the Friday night list on the Jonathan Wier Show, and she answers some brand new questions on the KC Quiz!
For more information on Ham Kitty and their upcoming performances, check out their Website and Facebook.
How about a treetop adventure? This week Cole sits down with Caleb Johnson, the site manager of Go Ape! in Swope Park to talk zip lines, Tarzan swings, and family fun all around KC. Strap on your harness and give today’s episode a listen.
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