Ep. 17 The State of Journalism, Hope for Media, + Graffiti w/ Johnathen De La Vaca

This week cohosts Jesse and Carin Huebner talk with Yellow Scene Managing Editor Johnathen De La Vaca about what’s up with journalism in our country, the hope for media and the power of independent channels, and how graffiti isn’t that different from journalism.  The team gets deep with the after life of an atheist and how we’re all connected.

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Ep. 16 UMS, Curating Festivals, Finding Beauty in Complexity w/ Kyle Hartman

This week on the Podcast, cohosts Carin Huebner and Andy Ininns talk to Kyle Hartman, one of the curators of Denver's Underground Music Showcase. Kyle talks about how he approaches festival curating as a creative endeavor, finding your creative path, and how the creative process changes as we get older.


In Facts Beyond Facts, Andy talks about his recent eye operation, and Kyle talks about the mysterious organ that is the appendix.

Catch UMS this weekend (July 27-29)- the schedule is here, and keep up with Kyle's work on Synesthesia here.

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Ep. 15 Breakthroughs, Being Seen, + Murmations w/ Jason Hopcus

This week cohosts Jesse Huebner and Heather Stone speak with Jason Hopcus, the President of the Arapahoe/Douglas Counties affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.  The crew talks about strange names for groups of things, how we can look at mental health differently, and how connection with other humans and groups is transformational.  Jason shares his own story with breakdown that’s transformed into breakthrough and gets real with why it’s so important to talk about mental wellbeing. 

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