Today on the show we hear from Guillermo Tapia, artist and owner of GDT Art Studios in Fort Worth, TX. We talk about the art scene, the trials and pitfalls of entrepreneurship, and creating the wave you want to ride. You can follow Guillermo and find more information about GDT Studios’ events and art shows on Instagram @gdt.studios or visit their website GDT Studios
En el programa de hoy hablamos con chef y artesano Damián Labarrère desde la Ciudad de Mexico. Hablamos de la ciudad, de la cocina, del arte de crear cosas de calidad, y de la alegría de comer. Si quieren seguir las aventuras y el trabajo de Damián vayan a ver su Instagram @damian.labarrere y su marca de products prácticos de piel, denim, y canvas elaborados a mano @_labarrere_
Welcome to Season 2 of the WERO Podcast! I hope you all enjoyed season 1, and I’m really excited for this season. Kicking things off we hear from Jorge Gonzalez about entering into and exploring food cultures that you’re not born into. We also talk about travel, and how to be an explorer in your own community.
Keep up with Jorge on Instagram @jorgeivxn
This week on the show we hear from NASA Solar System Ambassador and hot chocolate lover Debbie Montenegro. We talk about science (in a way the rest of us can understand!), space travel, Guatemalan food, and how NASA research relates to all of us.
Update: Since we recorded, one of the studies Debbie was waiting for has been released. You can read the NASA Twin Study here.
Today on the show we hear from Jaime Fernandez, mastermind behind pop-up concept turned brick and mortar Black Cat Pizza. We talk pizza, restaurant life in Spain, what it’s like living in a school bus, Luciérnaga, and more. Keep up with Black Cat Pizza on Instagram or Facebook and keep an eye out for the SOON TO BE ANNOUNCED grand opening date.
Hey guys, in addition to this week’s episode with César Valdivia (our first episode entirely en Spanish) we have a bonus music episode! You can hear some of what I’m listening to now and if you want to hear the full songs, I put together a Spotify playlist of the music you heard on this episode (all except for 2DLQTZ who didn’t have that particular EP on Spotify, but you can listen on their website). I had fun doing this bonus episode side-by-side with our first Spanish language episode, let me know what you guys think!
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En el programa de hoy hablamos con César Valdivia, director en REM Cine y Jefe de carrera del área de Comunicación Audiovisual digital en IP Santo Tomás, Concepción Chile.
Se puede ver su trabajo a través de su página web, y si quieres seguirlo en sus aventuras visita a su Instagram @negrovaldivia.
Today on the show we are talking to cinematographer and creative director César Valdivia from Concepción, Chile. You’ll notice that this week’s episode is entirely in Spanish (sorry non-Spanish speakers!), each season there will be episodes in Spanish so get a bi-lingual friend to catch you up!
Today on our show we are talking with Lou Love, taproom manager for Fort Worth’s first cidery, Locust Cider. We talk about hard ciders, women of color in the craft beer and cider industry, Puerto Rican food and more.
Today on our show we hear from Gabe Rosales, a musician and activist from Laguna Beach, California. Gabe has toured the world with artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Christina Milian, and Sheena Easton and appears on countless albums across genres. From Gabe’s website: "I have toured on a private plane over Europe. I have done drugs in a room by myself for days. I have cleaned toilets and been pepper sprayed in jail during the worse race riots in OC jail history. I have meditated in silence 16 hours a day for weeks in the mountains of California. I have been cornered on the streets of Los Angeles by thousands of riot police with the Occupy LA movement. I have marched with the American Indian Movement to the Jumping Bull house for the first official Leonard Peltier day in South Dakota. I have been lucky enough to see my writing published. I have had the honor of working with the BEST musicians on the planet. The meaning of life is to give life meaning, so use your time wisely. I am just getting started." - Gabe Rosales