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  • Stephanie and Karen, both mid fifties, have assumptions. As do others. Let's talk about it.
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  • May 29 2022
    Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, not all 13 year-olds play video games and 40 year-olds don't have to know what they are doing)

    This week, Stephanie and Karen chat with (almost) 40 year-old Fawnda, The Alberta Podcast Network's own programmer!

    Self Care!
    Shakespeare!
    ALWAYS BE ARRIVING!

    Here are some things to help this episode make sense:

    Check out I Don't Get It - Fawnda's podcast

    Cliff Cardinal's As You Like It

    Liz Nicholls' 12th Night Theatre Review Blog

    Louis B. Hobson



    Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supported
    This episode is sponsored by Inventures and Alberta Blue Cross



    Podcast Art: Morgan Ermter
    Theme song: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe


    Instagram: thebroadgap
    Twitter: @thebroadgap
    Facebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other

    Email us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!

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    44 mins
  • Apr 21 2022

    Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)


    This week, Stephanie and Karen PLAY A GAME! 

    OK BOOMER!   (here's a link)


    Here are some links to help this episode make sense:

    Typewriter balls!

    The guy that got caught doing a zoom call and accidentally turned himself into a cat

     
    15 kinds of ketchup

    Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supported
    This episode is sponsored by The Alberta Podcast Network and ATB. 


    Podcast Art: Morgan Ermter
    Theme song: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe


    Instagram: thebroadgap
    Twitter: @thebroadgap
    Facebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other

    Email us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!

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    31 mins
  • Apr 6 2022

    Welcome to Bridging the Gap Between Generations who Assume Things About Each Other, the podcast where your hosts Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond speak to people of different generations and breakdown assumptions. (We, as women in our 50s do not actually sit in bed all day knitting, and not all 13 year-olds play video games)


    This week, Stephanie and Karen chat with 17 year old artist and dragon lover, Tulia!

    Tulia has been painting for just a few years and you won't BELIEVE their talent!!

    See their piece PRETTY STATIC  Here!

    High school!
    Hamsters!
    Playdough!


    Here are some links to help this episode make sense:

    Butter Beer

    How to Train Your Dragon

    A&W carhops

    Final Fantasy

    Haysam Kadri




    Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network, Locally grown, community supported
    This episode is sponsored by ECF and The Northwest Fest Documentary Film Festival



    Podcast Art: Morgan Ermter
    Theme song: S. Blatt and S. Wolfe


    Instagram: thebroadgap
    Twitter: @thebroadgap
    Facebook: Bridging the Gap Between Generations Who Assume Things About Each Other

    Email us at: thebroadgap@gmail.com  and tell us about someone who is rocking their generation. We want to talk to them!

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    45 mins

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