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Finding Sacramento Podcast

A podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.
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Aug 27, 2017

Nathan sits down with Slow Food Sacramento Outreach Coordinator Kelsey Maher for the 46th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about growing up in Salisbury, NC, how her time in Russia helps her understand what is going on politically now, how she found what she wanted to do with her life by spending time in Ukraine, Georgia, and Russia, why she fell in love with Sacramento, how she handles being a foodie and balancing an interest in body building competitions at the same time, what Slow Food Sacramento’s mission is and how the organization actively promotes that mission, why a local restaurant has an incentive to be awarded Slow Food Sacramento’s Snail of Approval, and why local food is for everyone.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Aug 21, 2017

Nathan sits down with local chef, graphic designer, and musician Chase Daley for the 45th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. Check out Chase's new band This Great State! They chat about how he fell in love with restaurant work as a dishwasher, whether Midwest food will take off in Sacramento, why he fell in love with cooking Italian food and what Italian food really is, Chase’s journey through Sacramento kitchens, his future plans to open a wine and charcuterie bar in Sacramento, why wine bars are still a marketable business in 2017, the birth of Chase’s country music career and where he hopes it will go next, how do you as a creative limit yourself to focus on just one interest as a career, and why now may be the perfect time for musicians who live in Sacramento.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Aug 14, 2017

Nathan sits down with Chinua Rhodes of Sofar Sounds Sacramento, District 8 Sacramento Commissioner, and co-owner of Creating Rhodes, a real estate flipping business, for the 44th episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about why Chinua has pride being from South Sacramento, why South Sacramento has a reputation and how it can be changed, why a closing of an Oak Park barbershop taught Chinua and his brother that whatever they do in business they must own it outright, the state of gang activity in Sacramento and what prevention efforts look like, how he found himself in a career in flipping houses, the lowdown on Sofar Sounds Sacramento, a global underground music show, and why he decided to start a chapter of Sofar in Sacramento, and why the answer to gentrification starts at your local commissioner meeting.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

Aug 7, 2017

Nathan sits down with Cole Cuchna of the Dissect podcast and creative director of marketing for Temple Coffee Roasters for the 43rd episode of the Finding Sacramento podcast. They chat about what life on the road as a musician is like, why he chose to go to college to pursue knowledge of classical music despite already being a successful musician, why it was important for him to express that hip hop can be a form of “higher art,” the birth of the Dissect podcast, why Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly was the ideal album to be analyzed for season 1 of Dissect and why Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was chosen for season 2, why empathy is so important to practice even for people we don’t like, the direction of Temple Coffee Roasters, what he learned from Sean Kohmescher founder of Temple Coffee and local music entrepreneur Eric Rushing (Ace of Spades, Live Nation, etc.), and what is the long term goal for Dissect.

Finding Sacramento is a podcast about Sacramento entrepreneurs, musicians, artists, and chefs and how they found their ‘roots’ in the City of Trees.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here to get new episodes of the show each week!

Oh and if you are feeling super nice like the Finding Sacramento Facebook Page here or follow the show on Instagram here or Twitter here.

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