Forrest Masters of Sprout Kitchen comes on the pod to talk about how food saved her health and started her on a lifelong adventure. We also talk about her new brick and mortar spot in downtown St. Augustine.
Drummer extraordinaire Devon VonBalson comes on the pod to tell us about touring the country with Johnnyswim right out of high school. We were also joined by his very talented bandmates (SolaFide) to talk about their origin story and what to watch for in the near future.
Jamie Rice of Show Pigeon Coffee stopped by the pod to tell us about her long term relationship with coffee and how she parlayed that love into an eclectic coffee experience.
Singer/Songwriter Nicholas Edward Williams stops by to talk about his new album "As I Go Ramblin' Around" out June 23rd.
Cara & Alex come on the pod to talk about the past, present, and future of their Jax Beach boutique Inguz. The shop features breezy threads, a west coast vibe, and a laid back coffee bar.
Ed and Misty from The Bullet (a vintage Airstream turned Food Truck) tell us about how food lead them on adventures, brought them together as a couple, and became their profession.
Jessie & Jon of Grumpshine Candles tell us how their unique adolescent experiences and mutual love of scents coalesced into a beloved local candle company.
Julie & Greg Schwartzenberger (also of Hotel Palms) return to the pod to talk about Edge & Lines, the interior design company they run together. In this episode we talk about how they became a family unit, and how mutual belief and support has lead to rad things.
Danielle Brodersen and Katie Provenza of Future Friends Co. (formerly Spacecamp Co.) come on to talk about how they got their start in design, and how a team of six people bands together to make all the radness happen.
Allison Shirley (Clean Your 904), Tiffany Bess (Apple Rabbit Compost), and Ian Guthrie (Drifters) sit down to talk about how their businesses are making a positive green impact in Northeast Florida. Zack Burnett also drops in to tell us how Bold Bean Coffee is doing their part to reduce unnecessary waste.
JP & Mariah tell us how their two very different paths converged in Jacksonville, and how they used their unique experiences to make the city their own.
Dave Cohen of Manifest Distilling tells us about growing up as an actor, and how his time on the West Coast inspired a new career path upon returning home.
Dustin and Lauren Estes of Mangrove Surf Shop, Tribe Apothecary, and St. Augustine Surf School come on the pod to talk about the benefits of following your passions and taking life as it comes.
Jack Mock of Mock Shop comes on the pod to talk about his love of music, the joy of being in bands, and what it's like to own a brick and mortar music shop in the digital age.
Megan and Spencer from The Kookaburra Coffee sat down to tell us how they turned a small two person operation into a St. Augustine mainstay. We also talk about their fascinating roots (Colorado, Alaska, and Australia) and what the future holds for The Kook.
Jenna comes back on the pod to discuss her new empowering series called "Stripes and Buns".
The roles are reversed as Amanda Gibson makes her hosting debut! She sits down with Sandro to talk about starting Dusty Nomad amid hardships and the motivation behind creating the podcast.
Kendrick Kidd (artist/designer/creative director) sat down to talk about how a love of skateboarding and art led to a career. We also chatted about the importance of hard work, humility and balance.
Stephen DiMare sits down to tell us about how his dream of opening a coffee shop turned into so much more.
Logan & Brittany Moore (Owners) and Amanda Gibson (Head baker/recipe developer) come on the pod to discuss how their different paths converged to start Good Dough. We also touch on the value of pursuing a passion and taking a leap of faith.