March 3, 2021
On Episode 124 is Molly Hatch, and artist who creates tableware, home goods, stationery, and gifts designed to make the familiar new again. Somewhere between whimsical and traditional is where we feel right at home— that’s how she describes her unique design aesthetic.
Molly's work and designs can be found and seen everywhere around us: Target, Homegoods, Belk, Dillards, Chasing Paper, TJX, Macy's, Nordstrom, John Lewis & Partners, Garnet Hill, Land of Nod/Crate and Kids, Anthropologie, Galison, Chronicle Books, Quarto Books, Abrams Books, Graphique de France and more; the Great British Baking Show; and in museums and galleries.
Find Molly on:
February 24, 2021
Chanel Dubofsky is a freelance writer with regular contributions to major feminist and cultural websites. Her writing on gender, sexuality, religion, popular culture and reproductive justice has been published i n Cosmopolitan, Rewire, Lilith, Extra Crispy, Ravishly, The Toast, The Frisky, Previously TV, The Billfold, The Forward, and others.
Chanel is also the creator of the Marriage Project, an interview series about marriage in the media, experience and imagination. She has an MFA i n Fiction from the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Chanel i s here to talk to us about women who are child-free by choice, and her participation in My So Called Selfish Life, an upcoming documentary film about the same topic.
Find Chanel on:
Instagram, @cdubofsky; and
February 17, 2021
Shivering Jim joins Stomping Jen and Sawtooth to discuss a whole bunch of stuff, including:
- Impeachment 2.0.
- Soft Serve Podcast news.
- Valentines Day.
- Body odor problems and Theories.
- Sullivan the cat is keeping sawtooth awake.
- The COVID-19 vaccine debacle.
- R.I.P. Shivering Jim's cat.
- Joshua Michael Stewart's new album, Ghost in the Room
February 10, 2021
Andrea & Tim Monson from Monsoon Coffee Roastery, an environmentally conscious, community coffee roaster.
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January 27, 2021
Nationally recognized, award-winning genealogist and genealogical lecturer, Rich Venezia joins us to talk all about genealogy, immigration, and a lot more!
January 20, 2021
Elly Vaughan is the owner/operator of Phoenix Fruit Farm in Belchertown, MA, which is committed to using the most eco-friendly practices to grow delicious, high-quality fruit for you and your family. They use advanced Integrated Pest Management (IPM), and foster a culture of environmental accountability in their daily work. They also focus on orchard cleanliness to prevent pest problems, and nurture pollinators by creating safe habitats for them and using mindful pest management practices.
Facebook; Instagram, @phoenixfruitfarm
Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce 2020 A+ Awards, “Leader in Innovation.” https://youtu.be/cZS6D-mGc0w
January 13, 2021
Thomas Winstanley from Theory Wellness, a medical and recreational cannabis brand that owns and operates cultivation, manufacturing, and retail licenses in Massachusetts and Maine, joins us to talk about cannabis.
Theory Wellness focuses on small batch, craft cannabis that they cultivate using sustainable techniques on their outdoor cannabis farm or at their state of the art indoor grow operations. They use unique genetics to develop in-house premium products that include flower, concentrates, edibles, and an array of infusions for medical and recreational customers in New England.
January 6, 2021
Kelsey Hall is an accessibility professional, academic, and community leader. You can find her at:
December 30, 2020
Star Wars experts Kay Tano, Grand Moff Montgomery, and TK-413 join us to talk about Star Wars: The Mandalorian, Season 2, and a whole lot more!
This episode contains spoilers for all Star Wars-related content!