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A Podcast based in Pgh featuring one-on-one conversations with individuals from all sectors on how they have honed their specific craft and the tether they have with the community.
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Nov 18, 2016

Teresa has been a reporter her entire career and she takes us down the path of how she tells good stories and how this skill has led her from beat business reporter to the business editor at the Pgh Post-Gazette and how she has navigated both of these disciplines that need each other but often are at odds with one another. 

Nov 10, 2016

Chris Pratt reluctantly accepts the moniker of writer, despite his prodigious body of work. He and Brian discuss his creative process, personal path and reputation (admittedly,at times, earned) of being a bit “dark” but how that is not necessarily the case anymore.

Nov 3, 2016

Pittsburgh is no longer a shot-and-a-beer city thanks to people like our guest Michael Anderson. Michael and Gordon spend a Happy Hour discussing the burgeoning cocktail culture and being a bartending brand.

Oct 25, 2016

It’s the age-old story of a Brooklyn-born drama teacher who stumbles into the computer science program of a major university and pioneers an entirely new field of study. Don and Brian talk baseball, teaching digital natives and existential phenomenological psychology. Yeah, that’s right, existential phenomenological psychology and baseball.

Oct 13, 2016

Almost all successful products are design with empathy for the human experience. Brian and Erin talk human-to-human about how observation and curiosity can be just as important as engineering when it comes to modern design. And while she has traveled the globe she still finds Polish Hill in Pittsburgh to be the best place to call home.

Oct 13, 2016

Made in Pittsburgh doesn't mean what it used to. A lot of the economic growth is coming from the craft sector. Adam and Gordon talk glass blowing and the dynamics of connecting artist entrepreneurs with capital and markets.

Oct 11, 2016

We kick off our podcast careers visiting with stand-up-comedian-turned-brand-strategist Dave Popelka. Brian and Dave trace the meandering path that covers his educational paths, his stand up, his brief Brookstone career and how he broke into the advertising world without much of an idea of what he was getting into. All he knew was that “these were my people.”

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