Podcast by Gracen Armendariz
Emily Shaw joins Talk, Baby for Episode 11 to talk about the role music has played in her life. From singing with her head out the car window to performing solo in front of a room full of friends and strangers. For a look into Emily's music check out her newest project on Instagram at @ronnibravo_music
On Episode 10, Brian Korff joins Gracen on Talk, Baby. They talk about quite a few different things including skateboarding, work, and how to build a supportive community in a new place.
Brian has been making videos and skating since his early teens and has managed to turn that passion into a career, mixed in with his every-day community. Check him out some of his work at theberrics.com and on Instagram @kvrf
Adoption & Identity
On Episode 9, Michael Rodriguez joins Gracen on Talk, Baby. Michael talks about a variety of different things: writing, publishing, adoption. Just a few things that have come together to help shape his identity.
His self-published book of poetry mentioned is called "Posthumous Poems" and was done in collaboration with JM Santos Aguilera. The artwork was done by artist @tokipar on Instagram
On Episode 8, Gracen invites Matt Gabard to tell his story of life in "The City." San Francisco, that is. During Matt's time there, many changes occurred from the dot com boom to the tech industry sweeping in and bringing with it increased rent; yet, the mythology and beauty still remains. Do you agree? Have a listen, babies!
On Episode 7, Gracen invites Faith Hundley to Talk, Baby. Faith recounts her journey from flower admirer to small business owner and discusses the challenges and hopes that come with it.
Be sure to check out the company Faith founded with her business partner, Molly Barnes at https://meusfloral.com/
On Episode 6, Gracen invites an old friend and fellow teacher, Max Stafford-Glenn to Talk, Baby. The two discuss their roles as teachers and how to adapt and encourage the changes taking place in education -- even in the midst of a global pandemic.
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A soothing podcast that makes you feel like you’re just eavesdropping on a couple of friends catching up
Makes you think
I love the host’s calming voice and intuitive questions. This gave me a lot to think about — and I continued to talk about for the rest of the day! Talk, baby. <3