Vermont Electric Co-Op CEO, Christine Hallquist, stops by the studio to discuss her journey as one of the first CEOs in the nation to transition on the job. The conversation shifts from trans visibility in the workplace, to LGBTQ pride, and eventually to Hallquist's work as the leader for Vermont's second largest utility and her appearance in the documentary, "Denial." The queens also learn some frightening news, as Hallquist drops a startling environmental prediction.
Muralist, Mary Lacy, talks with Emoji & Nikki about how she got her start as one of Vermont's most popular up-and-coming artists. Lacy explains the inspiration behind her geometric style, her recent mural tour with Benjamin Moore, as well as her first big project in Burlington at The Moran Plant.
Cricket Blue (Laura Heaberlin & Taylor Smith) chat up their latest EP, IO, and their inspirations as both singers and songwriters. The two also share how they met and began performing together. Then the duo performs "Quiet" from their upcoming full-length release.