Natalie Doud is an artist, painter, designer, aerial acrobat, etc. On this episode, Ms. Natalie tells us about how she learned how to perform on the aerial silks. She also tells us about one of her inventions, the Trinidad, which allowed her to perfect her aerial silk techniques in small spaces.
Also on this episode, a very interesting episode Carly's Corner.
On this episode we visit a museum located in one of our favorite places in Seattle: the International District/Chinatown. We talked to Ms. Hayashi about her job, the museum, and some traditions for the Chinese and Vietnamese Lunar New Year.
(Music: Chinese Orchestra Rehearsal from freesoundfx)
We wanted to name this episode "Keep The Music On" but we had to tell you who we were interviewing.
Mr. Jacob Lucero is a music teacher in the Seattle-area who is starting a very interesting project.
Also, this is our last episode of the year and we are coming to you all the way from Arizona.
Earlier this year we were interviewed by Ryan Takeo from our local NBC affiliate station, KING 5. We got to interview him and his cameraman, Mr. Jim. Also, hear what happened when Carly hugged a minion. And since our Halloween contest was a bust we now have a new contest to win tickets to the Theo Chocolate Factory Tour.
Ms. Drew has one of the best jobs in the world. She works at a chocolate factory. She tells us how chocolate is made. Also, we are giving away tickets to the Theo Chocolate Factory Tour. Listen to this episode to find how to win them.
(This interview was recorded during the summer)
On this episode we interview pro-football player, Super Bowl winner, Young Life leader, Clint Gresham. Clint talks to us about teamwork, parenting and coaching, and being a Christian. Also, hear our announcement for our nomination for Best Podcast in Western Washington. And a new Carly's Corner.
*TCU Fight Song used with permission from the TCU Athletics.
*Other songs and sound FX provided by freesfx.co.uk, Seahawks chant by Michael Lett.
*picture credit: Anthony Root (Facebook)
Our guest on this episode is Kathleen O'Toole, Chief of Police for the Seattle Police Department. Find out the relationship between cops and donuts and speaking of relationships, find out what the Seattle PD is doing to improve relationships with the community. Also, find out what real policing is all about.
Ellie finally gets to interview a violinist. On this episode we are joined by Elisa Barston, Principal Second Violin for the Seattle Symphony, and we have a special interviewer.
We ask a couple of questions to encourage audience participation. What is your favorite song? Who is your favorite musician? What is your favorite type of music?