A weekly podcast focused around friendship and finding the crazy (and best) in people
Tuesday: it's not quite a Monday and it's definitely not the weekend. That's why we're here to spice up your week. Each week we'll drop a new episode of friendly interviews, pop culture commentary, and you'll hear two friends chat about life.
The start of the school year is upon us and Katie and Andrew are joined this week by Andrew’s sons, Camden and Wrigley. We learn a little about being a first and third grader, everybody shames Andrew for being terrible at laundry, and in the chaos of wrangling the kids Andrew doesn’t get the audio right (again!).
Andrew is another year older and to celebrate, we interviewed his biggest cheerleader, his mother Susan (aka Souz). Souz regales us with stories from the years she supported Andrew’s skating career, almost died in Baltimore, and when she received her first carton of cigarettes. We chatted about family dynamics and how the Muldoon family navigated their personal and professional lives. One thing’s for sure, Andrew and his mom love to laugh.
This week Katie and Andrew meet Jason and Dave of the Hardcore band Kodivk and hear all about what makes a classical violinist and race car driver great band mates. Andrew also calls one of them "Violin Boy" and quickly walks it back. But, in the end it's a great conversation about friendship and love of music that makes this week's episode something special.
Transformation. This is the one word that comes to mind after speaking with PeeDee and D of PT Life Fitness and Life Eatery. We learned about this wellness center and restaurant after talking with the two for this week's episode of Let's Tuesday. Having endured adversity and hardship, PeeDee and D turned their life experiences into passion and drive. Today, they offer fitness and personal training classes, holistic healing, mindfulness training, and vegan/vegetarian-friendly foods to their clients and community. They're here to transform you in a personalized and judgement-free environment...and we're all for that!
Let's Tuesday is thrilled to introduce this week's guest, Jenny Johnson. A photographer turned vegan restaurant owner, Jenny's passion for Rochester and baking seeps through in every way. We chatted about Misfit Donuts and Treats, Rochester, and the growth of veganism in today's society.
Vegan-friendly restaurants in Rochester: Misfit Doughnuts and Treats, The Red Fern, The Playhouse // Swillburger, Tap and Mallet, The Owl House, John's Tex Mex, and many more.