This is our first episode of this holiday season!
During this time of year we like to highlight family-friendly holiday activities and on this episode we talk to Chef John Armstrong, Sheraton Grand Seattle, who is one the creators of the Gingerbread Village.
On this episode we also talk about Siete Foods and our feature in Seattle's Child Magazine.
Music: Christmas Village by Aaron Kenny
We finally interview someone about Seattle's most iconic building, The Space Needle.
On this episode we talk to Mr. Dave Mandapat, Director of Marketing, who tells us some of the history of The Space Needle. Find out some interesting facts about it. You may know how tall it is but have you ever thought about its foundation?
Also find out what special activities they have throughout the year and the iconic flags that have been raised to celebrate special things.
Finally, join our game of Bigger and Better.
Picture courtesy of The Space Needle LLC.
Music: Feel Good by MusicbyAden https://soundcloud.com/musicbyaden
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On this episode we talked to Seattle Maker, Kelice P. who creates wild, mystical, adorable stuffed creatures like yetis, bats, cats, etc., at her business Careful It Bites. We talk about what makes her creatures special and how she began her business.
We also review the movie Abominable from DreamWorks Animation Studios.
Interview Music: Lights by Sappheiros
This episode was recorded during the last half of June while the World Cup was being played. Jaycie Johnson is a professional soccer player who plays for the Seattle Reign FC. She talks to us about what she enjoys about soccer, how playing soccer as a child has influenced her, the fight for equal pay in women's sports.
Also, catch up with our adventures and find out which one of us had to go to the ER during a family trip.
Music: Fine Line by Geographer
Episode Art Picture by Seattle Reign FC via @jayciejohnson16
We are finally back. Hear what happened during the last few months and why it took us so long to release another episode.
On this episode we talk to Mr. Carlos who works at one of the most iconic museums in Seattle. This museum is not that old but has quickly become one of the most visited places that's why we had to begin our "museum tour" with them.
Also, listen to the end for some hints about our next guests.
Another Cirque du Soleil, another interview and review!!!
On this episode we talk to Ms. Julie D., the publicist for the show, and Mr. Jorge "Koke" Petit, a juggler performing in the show. We also talk to Ms. Paula Lamas, news anchor for Univision Seattle and on-air talent for KOMO News, who helps us review the show.
Music: All music for this interview was taken from the Cirque du Soleil Media Kit, used for promotional purposes only.
Ms. Sarah Williams, is an award-winning adventurer, podcaster, author, speaker, blogger, etc. She is the host of Tough Girl Podcast. Ms. Sarah has taken on some crazy challenges in order to bring more awareness and a positive image of girls and women in sports and media. Hear about some of the challenges she has taken on, some of the people who have inspired her, and what advice would she give her 9 year-old self.
Also, find out how to win a copy of the book Becoming by Michelle Obama.
This episode is brought to you by Luna Sandals. Find out more at lunasandals.com
Love Now by Eveningland
Do you know what Almond Roca is? If you don't you are missing out on a delicious candy that is made here in our state!
On this episode we talk about the Brown and Haley Almond Rica factory, about the history of the candy and what the main ingredients are.
Interview - Rainbow Forest by Quincas Moreiras.
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Journey by Declan DP Music https://soundcloud.com/declandp
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We dedicate this episode to our sweet great grandma, Grandma Brandt, who passed away last week.
As we honor our great grandma we hope that you take some ideas on how you can preserve your own family's history. Ask questions! You'd be surprised what you will find out. For example, we did not know that Grandma played college basketball.
This interview was recorded when we were still podcasting under the name Ellie's Podcast 11.
Luminous Rain by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Fond Memories by SYBS
We had to do so many changes to this episode but it's finally here. On this episode we talk to Mr. Alec P. who is the a designer and owner of Visionart LLC. Mr. Alec creates some of the most dazzling Christmas displays around Seattle. We also talk about the Christmas events we have attended, our favorite traditions, our favorite Christmas ornaments. Finally, we have a contest!!! You can win some awesome prizes by guessing the song Josie is singing or by guessing which movie are the lines she is quoting come from.
Intro Music - Canon and Variation by Twin Musicom http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 United States — CC BY 3.0 US
Also- We Wish You A Merry Christmas and O Holy Night, performed by the Seattle University choir during the Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.