21 episodes

I Contain Multitudes pursues discovery through conversation and creativity. Through conversation with self- and world-changing guests we look at what individuals are creating in order to unify humanity and improve existence. Hosted by Andy Ininns, Heather Stone, Jesse Huebner, and Carin Huebner, I Contain Multitudes asks questions around broadening perspective and transforming lives and the world. I Contain Multitudes is a production of FODR. Find out more at FODRonline.com.

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I Contain Multitudes pursues discovery through conversation and creativity. Through conversation with self- and world-changing guests we look at what individuals are creating in order to unify humanity and improve existence. Hosted by Andy Ininns, Heather Stone, Jesse Huebner, and Carin Huebner, I Contain Multitudes asks questions around broadening perspective and transforming lives and the world. I Contain Multitudes is a production of FODR. Find out more at FODRonline.com.

    Ep. 21 Investigative Journalism + How the News Affects Us w/ Brian Liberatore

    Ep. 21 Investigative Journalism + How the News Affects Us w/ Brian Liberatore

    This week, Heather and Andy talk to Brian Liberatore about his career several years ago, in which he was an investigative journalist in Florida. The team explore how investigative journalism has changed as news in general has changed and how the rapid pace of news affects us in the modern world. They also talk about accents and their cultural impact, Brian's new baby twins, the peace corps, and churches around the world.
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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Ep. 20 Art, Community + Empowerment w/ Corianne Wells

    Ep. 20 Art, Community + Empowerment w/ Corianne Wells

    This week Heather Stone and Andy Ininns speak with Corianne Wells, Cofounder + Creative Director of Odessa Denver about women in the arts, empowering artists toward success before 40, and community development.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Ep. 19 Being Factual, Theater to Empower Communities, + Tiny Living w/ Andrea Rabold

    Ep. 19 Being Factual, Theater to Empower Communities, + Tiny Living w/ Andrea Rabold

    This week cohosts Andy Ininns and Jesse Huebner speak with Andrea Rabold, the Executive Director of Mirror Image Arts, about positive community impact, how theater can create that impact, and philosphize around being factual. The crew dives into mental wellness and how we all can give bullying less of a chance to exist as well as the hope that everyone in this human community can feel their value.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Ep. 18 Everything Brains, Child Literacy, + Fur Babes w/ Kiomi Villar

    Ep. 18 Everything Brains, Child Literacy, + Fur Babes w/ Kiomi Villar

    This week cohosts Heather Stone and Carin Huebner talk to Kiomi Villar about the human brain. We’re talking neurofeedback and retraining the brain to lessen symptoms of traumatic brain injury, head trauma, and cognitive behavioral differences like anxiety and depression. Never heard of neurofeedback? We hadn’t either until we met Kiomi. Kiomi lets us into how neurofeedback can change individuals’ lives and tells us about her most recent research project helping with child literacy.

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

    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.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep. 16 UMS, Curating Festivals, Finding Beauty in Complexity w/ Kyle Hartman

    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.

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    • 58 min

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