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Episode 30 - Tim Seibles

Poet Laureate of Virginia, Tim Seibles, sat down with Andrew to talk about imagination, memories, romance, the most mysterious thing on Earth, and the one thing he believes every adult should be doing.

This episode was recorded at Tim's apartment in Norfolk, Va.

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Episode 29 - Andy Harris

Visual artist and art education teacher, Andy Harris, sat down with Andrew to talk about making kung fu movies in high school, playing bass guitar for Municipal Waste, lessons learned hanging commercial wallpaper, and his upcoming show, Neighborhood Watch, which features little-known stories about Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Harry Houdini, and more.

This episode was recorded at the Glass Wheel Studio in Norfolk, Va

Episode 28 - LIVE at Ironclad Distillery Co.

In this special unedited live episode, Andrew sits down with the family behind Ironclad Distillery Co. in a Facebook Livestream event recorded August 1, 2017 at Ironclad Distillery in Newport News, VA. Steve, Kara, and Owen King give a behind-the-scenes peek at their distillery and provide tips on how to properly taste, order, and serve bourbon. Special guests include Dan Powell from Tradition Brewing Co., award-winning mixologist Robert Gregory, and Matt Jones creator of craft cocktail ice and owner of Chisel & Shaker.

Episode 27 - Asa Jackson

Artist Asa Jackson sat down with Andrew to talk about balancing a stellar sports career while developing his artistic vision in high school, the impact smartphones have had on creativity, boredom and free time, growing up with a famous uncle, selling art to Robin Williams, and what it takes to make a living through art.

This episode was recorded at the Elixir Sensory Art Gallery in Phoebus, Va.

Episode 26 - Nancy & Nancy

In this special episode, Andrew sits down with Nancy, his adoptive mother, and Nancy, his biological mother, to discuss their lives and experiences with adoption and the amazing and unlikely discoveries that were made along the way.

Episode 25 - Luna Maya

Vivian Montano, co-owner of the Bolivian-inspired Mexican restaurant, Luna Maya, sat down with Andrew to talk about balancing work and her personal life, living and growing up in Bolivia, atheism, sending herself away to boarding school when she was fifteen-years-old, Fruit Loops, and the power a simple pair of curtains has had on her customers.

This episode was recorded at Luna Maya in Norfolk, Va.

Episode 24 - JoAnn Falletta

JoAnn Falletta (Music Director and conductor of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra) sat down with Andrew to talk about auditioning for and attending the Juilliard School, the psychology and authoritative nature of conducting, her pre and post show rituals, some tips and tricks to make airline travel more enjoyable, and winning and attending the Grammy Awards.

This episode was recorded at the Virginia Symphony Orchestra headquarters in Norfolk, Va.

Episode 23 - Derrick Borte

Movie producer, writer, and director, Derrick Borte, sat down with Andrew to talk about the first movie that made an impression on him, the lessons he learned as a television news journalist, how to write a script people want to read, and what it's like working in Hollywood while living in Virginia.

This episode was recorded at Andrew's house in Norfolk, Va.

Episode 22 - Jordan Brazie

Surfboard shaper, Jordan Brazie, sat down with Andrew to talk about his company, VALARIC Surfboards, his first surfing memory, The Sword and the Stone, winning the 2017 Surf Expo Shape Off, and what makes surfing so addictive.

This episode was recorded at Jordan's house in Virginia Beach, Va

Episode 21 - Sam Clayman

Illustrator and painter, Sam Clayman, sat down with Andrew to talk about how he learned to trust his instincts, living and learning in Hawaii, Shel Silverstein, John Candy, the band Against Me!, his tattoos, and how people interpret his art.

This episode was recorded at Andrew's house in Norfolk, Va.