Anythink releases Kitchen Table podcast series

Five-part series celebrates storytelling and intergenerational connection

Staff report
Posted 12/5/19

A multi-sensory experience conducted in 2018 that highlights the diversity of the Adams County community is now available as a five-part podcast series. The Kitchen Table encouraged participants to …

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Anythink releases Kitchen Table podcast series

Five-part series celebrates storytelling and intergenerational connection

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A multi-sensory experience conducted in 2018 that highlights the diversity of the Adams County community is now available as a five-part podcast series.

The Kitchen Table encouraged participants to create connections through meaningful dialogue and activities. It was hosted at Anythink Wright Farms, and several of the conversations were recorded, which make up the podcast.

In the Kitchen Table podcast, residents of Thornton recount their childhoods in India, Taiwan, New York City and small towns in Colorado. With friends, loved ones and Anythink staff, they share stories about the food, family and traditions that have impacted their lives.

“The library is not only a place where you can immerse yourself in other people’s stories, but a place to tell your own story,” Anythink Director of Innovations and Brand Strategy Stacie Ledden said in a news release. “The Kitchen Table podcast embodies all of the things we celebrate at Anythink: providing a space for people to come together, storytelling, and utilizing tools we offer at the library to share those stories. The Kitchen Table is a must-listen for podcast fans and anyone interested in the rich cultural heritage of the people who live here in Adams County.”

The Kitchen Table is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud and online at anythinklibraries.org/kitchen-table.

The Kitchen Table was made using recording tools and software available at The Studio at Anythink, including Audio-Tehcnica microphones, Rode Smart Lav+ lavaliers, Sony MDR 7506 headphones, Adobe Audition and the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB audio interface. The podcast series was edited with the help of community partner Denver Open Media.

The recording studio at Anythink Wright Farms is available for use Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The space is reserved for teens from 3-6 p.m. Learn more at anythinklibraries.org.

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