In The Hump! Podcast Episode 5: Time Warp Again, hosts Brent Bowen and Chad Beland ask ... what time is it? Literally, because Chad's accountant blatantly misses the April tax deadline. The Time Warp continues with a chat about how they enjoy spending their time and things they'd rather outsource -- if they could.
Love fostering art for kids? Yes. Familiar with Kansas City Young Audiences (KCYA)? No? Since 1961, KCYA has been the leading provider of arts education in the KC metro. KCYA offers programs in creative writing, dance, theatre, visual arts and music. See why every child deserves the spark the arts ignite!
The Hump! Podcast Ep. 4: Parenting Ain't Easy. Chad’s oldest child is leaving the nest, so he and Brent discuss how parenting has changed. Not only how they were raised but also how the trials of parenting move from physical to mental. Triple D? What do you call someone who thinks everyone else is there maid at work?
We're launching a curated blog series and calling it “Up Next!” We pose a question monthly to people and ask them to answer in 100 words or so. Some people we know. Some we don’t. If it’s the latter, there’s something we really dig about what they're doing. See "What KC things in May have people excited."
In The Hump! Podcast Ep. 3: Walk The Earth, it's National Walking Day. Brent and Chad discuss walking. Whether it's a walk down the aisle, March For Our Lives, how to prepare for a travel hike with Chad ... or beer crawling. And Triple D? What do you call someone who talks in the theater during a movie?
In this The Hump! Podcast, Brent and Chad chat UMBC making March Madness history in the NCAA basketball tournament and compare notes on their alma maters' runs. We discuss the perils of getting old (death & taxes). This week’s Triple D: What do you call someone who constantly tells you how the stuff they buy costs?
Welcome to The Hump! Podcast ... your show about how to get one over in this thing called life. In this inaugural episode ... hosts Brent Bowen and Chad Beland, two buddies drink a lot of craft beer together, introduce The Hump! show and themselves. Give The Hump! a listen.
I enjoy working out, but I bore easily. And once that happens, I find myself on the couch more often than at my neighbor’s doing the latest workout DVD. I was in one of my lulls when my neighbor called and told me that an Orangetheory Fitness was opening a location near us.