Did you know that there's a chapter of the Satanic Temple right here in Springfield? Did you also know that they are SUPER SECRETIVE about what it's like being a part of it? It took some doing but I got the chance to sit down with two members and discuss what being in the Satanic Temple is really like... especially here in SWMO, and this was the ultra-revealing conversation we had.
Brandon Beck sits down for an open conversation about his life, his experience in the Ozarks... and surprise, the weather. Everyone loves the weather.
Clint sits down with Mandy (Trans Woman), Brooke (Trans Woman) and Shannon (Brooke's wife) for an open and authentic conversation about what being a trans-person is really like, and more specifically, what its like being trans in a traditionally conservative and religious area of the Midwest.
Clint Girlie sits down with Cora Isabel, Kickapoo High School Senior turned pop sensation and member of the all-female acapella group Citizen Queen. They discuss how she started with beat boxing, how she was discovered by Pentatonix and where the band goes from here after performing at four sold out shows in NYC.
Today we sit down with Springfield's Chief of Police, Paul Williams, to discuss everything from meth, body-cams, the police vs public relationship and the lofty goal of even considering becoming a chief. Its an open and authentic first hand look into the leader of Springfield's police force. Enjoy!
If you've ever listened to NPR, no doubt, you have questions. So we brought in several local NPR staffers to answer them. And yes... we even talk about the mouth noises.
A very open and honest conversation for believers and non-believers alike about what its like being an atheist smack dab in the middle of the Bible-Belt.
Less than a week after being laid off, Springfield's favorite newsman/war-veteran opens up like you've never heard before about his life in the news, his life in the army and his new life moving forward.
What is being black in Springfield REALLY like? Clint Girlie sits down with four residents to discuss everything from police to politics to personal relationships to stereotypes for an honest and authentic look inside black culture as it exists in Springfield, MO.