There's a little bit of snark in the shirts and other products from Swan City Orlando, so it should come as no surprise to get some of that same sense of humor in this episode with Andrew Chang. As the CSO (Chief Swan Officer), he is the brains and brawn behind the bird-based business. This episode was recorded on July 15, 2019, on WPRK FM. To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat.
Orlandough is a local dessert pop up and custom order shop from Liz Doerr. How does she do it? When does she do it? How is it done? These questions and many other are answered in this episode of To a Certain Degree. This episode was recorded on April 8, 2019, on WPRK FM.
Favorite t-shirts seems like an easy topic, but there are a lot of nuances to it. All time faves? Just ones you currently own? Are they in the current rotation, or are they retired somewhere because they don't fit right now or are too embarrassing to wear? Victoria Walsh, who could make her own t-shirts with rope, is back in the studio to discuss her best shirts, and some local makers chime in as well. This episode was recorded on April 1, 2019, on WPRK FM. To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat. It’s hosted by Nick Georgoudiou, and you can listen live every Monday on 91.5 FM in the Orlando area, or stream it on wprk.org.
Hops. Delicious, nutritious, and healthy. Also, the subject of this episode with enthusiast and the man behind Florida Hops, Richard M. Smith. He not only grows hops and helps other people do the same, he's on a mission to bring more to Florida (where they were previously thought to be ungrowable). This episode was recorded on March 25, 2019, on WPRK FM.
One of the most delicious episodes ever for To a Certain Degree. That's because the culinary director and co-owner of Orlando Meats, Eliot Hillis, is the guest. Under his direction, Orlando Meats has a philosophy of using every possible bit of the animal. Just like this podcast!
Chances are, you’ve seen Delila Smalley at markets around Orlando. She makes remarkable living jewelry, great pottery, and more under the Urban Apothecary brand. We touch on her experiences in teaching, creativity across multiple media, and much more. This episode was recorded on December 24, 2018, on WPRK FM.