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Hide and Seek Season 3: James heads to Michigan, to take on his next cold case. New episodes week by week. Join along this season as we investigate the disappearance of Brittany Wallace. Subscribe today where you listen to your podcast to make sure you don’t miss an episode Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/james-baysinger/support
 
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The details of the sexual domestic encounter are shared in this episode and may not be suitable for all listeners. If you'd rather not listen to this part of the episode, please stop listening at the 20:00 minute marker. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: h…
 
It's day 1. James and Ethan hit the ground running. They plan on meeting with a woman by the name of Kim. But Kim's availability comes into question. James has to call an audible. Times ticking. Time to move.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor…
 
James is on his way to Sturgis. It's a long day of traveling from, Washington to Michigan. James Sits down to go over a transcript between Ashley Marie and a private investigator who assisted in Brittany's case. James sits down with this man to speak with him about his experience when covering Brittany's case.. --- This episode is sponsored by · An…
 
Priya Das, Co-founder & Chief Programming Officer of Mosaic America Priya is the creator of Mosaic's inspired framework for social cohesion using the Arts and drives the creative vision, programming strategy, artist relations, and community outreach. In this episode, Priya discusses how being an art critic and columnist, her history classical India…
 
Featured: Brandon Luu @bluubasaur in upcoming Issue 14.4 “Profiles” Order issue and attend Pick-Up Party Sept 1st as NUMU Gallery https://bit.ly/144fall22 Born and raised in San Jose, Brandon is quickly becoming the voice of our future. By day he teaches middle school, and in his spare time he serves on the board of directors for Poetry Center San …
 
#87 - Angela Ostermeier - VP of Development, Cinequest Angela joined the Cinequest team as the Events & Development Manager in 2018 and has expanded her role and responsibilities to VP of Development. Angela works closely with sponsors, venue locations, and VIPs to ensure that Cinequest events such as Maverick Meet-Ups, Nightly VIP Soirees, and Ope…
 
James is about to head back to Sturgis to follow up on some key interviews. Before we head back, James catches you up on his relationship with Ashley. James also sits down with documentarian who attempted to create a documentary for Brittany's case. But things don't go according to plan. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to…
 
Featured: “Manik” - Nicholaus James Dalton @manikdub "I also love seeing one color after the next pop, contrast, and move against the others. It never gets old. I try not to think about it too much. Just do.” _Nicholaus James “Manik” Dalton Dalton’s artistic philosophy blends cultures of sight, sound, and spirituality. In his most recent work, he a…
 
James G. Leventhal is an enthusiastic art leader and visionary who has worked at top museums throughout the Bay Area and the United States. Now, as of January 2022, he is back in San Jose as the executive director of the Institute of Contemporary Art San José (ICA). In this episode, James shares about major figures who shaped his path into this wor…
 
A man on the team's suspect board finally makes contact with James. Are the allegations Ashley made against him accurate? Was he with Brittany on November 30, 2018? Contact from an inmate hundreds of miles away from Sturgis puts an end to 3.5 years of rumors. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anch…
 
Featured: Dana Harris Seeger @danaharrisseeger in upcoming Issue 14.4 “Profiles” Order issue and attend Pick-Up Party Sept 1st at NUMU Gallery (Link in Profile) https://bit.ly/144fall22 “Community drives me. Connecting with other artists helps the public see what impact artists have on local and global communities.” An artistic all-star, Dana Harri…
 
Tony Gapastione is a pastor turned filmmaker, actor, director, producer, screenwriter, podcaster, and CEO of BraveMaker. In this episode, Tony shares how he went from creating in the shadows of his spiritual work as a pastor to the empowering realization that the performing arts can be a spiritual experience itself. Now from the hub of his organiza…
 
James continues his conversation with Sara. The two of them speak with an IT specialist who can assist with Brittany's FB download. James also speaks with a man who claims to be the "Pablo Escobar" of Sturgis, who talks about the cartel and sex trafficking. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor…
 
James is able to make contact with Ashley's ex-lover, "Pocket." But when the time comes for the interview, James runs into roadblocks. James also circles back with Eric Glide. He needs clarification as to when exactly Glide meets Eric S. THings take a turn. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor…
 
Ashley shares a recording with James. It's of a man who claims to have known what happened to Brittany. James makes contact with him. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-baysinger/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/james-b…
 
Ruben Escalante suffered a heart attack as a freshman in high school. But this is only surprising until Ruben reveals the trauma they endured as a child: the father who went out at least once a week and came home drunk, angry, and violent; the early death of the grandfather who was the only one that could subdue his dad's temper; the constant and v…
 
James tackles a lead that's been on his desk from day one. It's a video recording. James sits down with Sara Jo to discuss the details of Brittany's case. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-baysinger/messageSupport this podcast: http…
 
Kenneth Tan moved back to his home in San Jose from Los Angeles to help care for his grandmother, Crescenciana Tan ("lola" in Tagalog), in 2014. They began painting as an activity to do together. Lola would paint what she felt with watercolor, and then Kenneth would add drawings with markers based on her stories and memories - this led to a series …
 
James speaks with Jessica about what she remembers when visiting Sheldon's after Brittany is reported missing. James also communicates with one of Brittany's ex-lovers, who Brittany warns others about if something terrible happens to her. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in …
 
Stacey is an attorney and program manager by trade and an art lover and community builder by heart. Stacey focuses on strategic partnership development and social impact for San Jose Walls. Born and raised in San Jose, she is passionate about creating a legacy of impactful public art in her hometown. In our conversation, we learn how she became a p…
 
Featured Issue 14.3: Don Budd - Tone Freq Recording Studios - tonefreqmastering.com Ask around the local music scene for a reliable recording studio, and certain names will start to repeat. One is Tone Freq Recording Studios, where hundreds of bands have gone to record their albums with craft and care. Behind that reputation is Don Budd, an audio e…
 
Everyone that visits an art exhibit at the San Jose Museum of Art @sanjosemuseumofart sees it from a certain perspective. You arrive through the front doors, enter the gallery space, and experience the exhibition as it’s meant to be. But for those who operate behind the scenes like Richard Karson, watching it all come together is the best part. “Th…
 
Cilker Art & Design Interior Design Student: Sienna Hopper @only_irose Digital Media/Animation Sienna is a queer artist who found graphic design during a time in her life when she felt isolated from the world. Having dealt with social anxiety for a large portion of her upbringing, Sienna had trouble fully communicating her thoughts and feelings. Sh…
 
British artist and photographer Marcus Lyon has been in the South Bay with his team, Camila Pastorelli, and Joe Briggs-Price, working on the next edition of A Human Atlas. Previous projects include Somos Brasil (2016), WE: deutschland (2018), and i.Detroit (2020), with this next version, titled De.Coded (launching 2023). This version will explore 1…
 
Interior Design: Orit Avinoon-Metz A graduating interior design student from West Valley College, Orit Avinoon-Metz brings her native Israeli roots to her California-inspired designs. She finds inspiration in her memories of her homeland, whether of the unique spring wildflowers or the color schemes that combine the Mediterranean Sea with a desert …
 
Featured in issue 14.3 Cilker School of Art and Design Student @wvccilkersoad Artist: Sarah Kissinger @sadnspicy_ Sarah has always been interested in creating pieces using solid colors and strong shapes to create images with a clear focus. She loves jumping between different media and inspirations to create pieces that are thought provoking and enj…
 
James wraps up his interview with Ashley and heads back to WA. James also speaks with those who were with Brittany on Nov 30th. The day she disappears.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-baysinger/messageSupport this podcast: https://…
 
Featured: 2022 Content Emerging Artist – Kiana Honarmand @kianahonarmand (https://instagram.com/kianahonarmand) Kiana Honarmand is the last of three 2022 Content Emerging Artists, receiving $5,000 to continue the development of her art form in addition to being recognized for her unique artistic vibrancy. Originally from Iran, Honarmand moved to th…
 
Featured in issue 14.3 - Kate Kanemura @k.squared_art - Animation/Illustration Kate has always loved creating art, using whatever materials she could get her hands on. She enjoys planning different creative concepts and talking with her friends about her creative ideas. Kate has used numerous artistic mediums, from traditional graphite pencil and c…
 
Featured in issue 13.4 "Profiles" (See more video on the Contentmag Vimeo page) Low Conspiracy Car Club @lowconspiracycc East San Jose was arguably the hub of the lowrider golden age during the late ’70s and through the ’80s, despite its LA roots—a period Abel refers to as the “King and Story Days.” Cruising acted as a night club on wheels, as much…
 
Chelsea Stewart is one of three recipients of the Content Emerging artist Award for 2022. “I want to make something that reflects my own personal experience, using these elements to say more about my life. I wasn’t sure how to express it because the topic of mental health is so delicate, similar to papermaking materials. But when the delicate fiber…
 
Jezrael Gandara’s work straddles the line between documentary and art, encouraging his subjects to communicate their feelings. “There are parts of San Jose that remind me of El Paso, and it makes it feel like home. I hope my work can make an impact within the community by helping share its stories.” trnscnd.org Instagram: jezgand Written by Alyssar…
 
#80 Scott Knies - CEO San Jose Downtown Association Scott has been at the helm of the San Jose Downtown Association since 1988 and has been the foundation's only executive director. Starting as founder and owner of the Fencing Center in 1981, Scott's career changed as he and other business owners looked to represent the needs of downtown businesses…
 
Episode 2 Part 2. James sits down with Jessica to discuss her relationship with Brittany. James also stops by the farm to talk with Scott and his two boys to discuss what they remembered that night at the farm. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
 
Part 1 of episode 2: James shares what happened during his first trip to Michigan. One of Brittany’s family members shares their thoughts and what they know about Brittany before she went missing.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/james-ba…
 
Bassist and composer Nick Panoutsos' (who was a Content intern before he went off to NYC in 2016) released his first solo album Monos. The Greek word for "alone" (μόνος), the album is a meditation on the isolation of 2020's pandemic lockdown. The album reflects on Nick's Greek heritage and fond memories of growing up in San Jose, CA, and the nearby…
 
Mattie Scariot became Director of PJIFF in 2018 and grew the festival to an 8-day regional festival including Morgan Hill, San Martin, Gilroy, Hollister, and San Juan Bautista. In our conversation, Mattie explains her vision for the festival, focusing on diverse, inclusive, and women empowering films and seven educational programs. We talk about he…
 
#77 - Amanda Rawson- Project Manager and Researcher Director for Art Builds Community Amanda Rawson has participated in the cultural art sector for more than eight years. Previously, Amanda worked as the Major Gifts Officer for the San Jose Museum of Art and the Donor and External Relations Manager at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles. Rawso…
 
A mixed-media artist and arts educator Corinne Okada Takara was also one of the artists selected for the City of San Jose's the first Creative License Ambassador in the program in 2019. Corinne composes technology-integrated projects and crafts sculptural work out of elegant yet mundane materials, like silk, food wrappers, newspapers, and plastic p…
 
Episode #75 - Gensler Designers Corinda Wong and Brian Corbett This episode of the Content magazine podcast is a little bit different. I conducted the full audio interview with Corinda Wang and Brian Corbett of Gensler about the Los Altos State Street Market project. Corinda is the design director and senior associate, and Brian is the studio direc…
 
Episode #74 - Donny Foley - Illustrator and Gallery Manager for the Pacific Art League Palo Alto Donny Foley is currently the gallery manager for the Pacific Arts League in Palo Alto. Donny has also created his own illustrated characters, Donbon, Bert the cat, and Skunk-Truck, who live and make mischief in the Donbon Universe. Though he has slowed …
 
Episode #73 More Más Marami Arts - Cofounders Marissa Martinez and Matt Casey In this episode, we speak with Marissa Martinez and Matt Casey, cofounders of More Más Marami Arts. Marissa is a playwright and a creative writer, and Matt is a theatre producer and organizer. More Más Marami Arts formed in 2019 as a collective of artists united by our fa…
 
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