Chalese and Trip interview people who are making an impact on their community. They keep it light hearted and fun to bring laughter and inspiration. Their guests prove that even the little things can make the biggest difference.
Chalese and Trip with Stacey Bess
Stacey Bess has a story to tell. Being, not only the first teacher at the homeless school in Salt Lake City, UT but also a 23-year-old female. She has a powerful story about connection, love, and making a difference in this world.
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Chalese and Trip interview Rodney Smith, Jr
Chalese starts out by surprising Rodney Smith Jr. with his Salt and Vinegar Lays Smile campaign chips. He continues his interview while he is on his way to California on his 50 State tour to mow lawns for veterans. Rodney shares stories of some of the veterans he spoke to. He expresses his gratitude for being able to connect with so many people and hear their stories.
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Chalese and Chris interview Yuri Williams on Coffee Talk Tuesday
Chalese Stevens has a fill-in co-host this week, Chris Gillam. They talk to Yuri Williams. The founder of the nonprofit organization called A Future Superhero. During this interview, Yuri tells his story about how he lost his mother, and in order to battle his depression with grief, he started to dress up as Spiderman and go out to do good things for people. From homeless people to children in the streets, Yuri finds a way to bring smiles and make a difference.
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What is the Jazz Bear, Jon Absey up to now?
Jon Absey joins us for the 2nd time, but the first time since we have been in the studio. There never is a dull moment with Jon. From deep conversations to funny stories when he was the Jazz Bear. Find out what he is doing now. You also get to meet our editor in this episode!
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Open Dialogue, Creating Awareness
On today's Coffee Talk Tuesday we interview Satin Tashnizi and Nora Abu Dan. They are the founders of the Emerald Project opening up conversations for the Muslim community. For more information please go to their website is emeraldproject.org or their Instagram @emeraldprojectslc.
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Coffee Talk Lindsay Joyner Audio
Please join us as we welcome Lindsay Joyner in her first public interview as Miss Utah. Lindsay graduated from the University of Utah this past year and wanted to try something new, so she decided to spread her wings and experience what it was like to be in a pageant. She talks about her journey leading up to it and what it was like to run during COVID.
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