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Hanif's Pop-culture plug: Girlhood, by Melissa Febos (The link will take you to Amazon, but please support your local bookstores!)
Elizabeth Gentner is a passionate performer and activist who has performed all over the world. She's worked extensively advancing voter rights and is the current Co-Executive Director of Rank the Vote Ohio, an organization dedicated to educating Ohioans about Ranked Choice Voting. After getting an undergrad degree from the University of Miami in Opera & Psychology and a Masters in Opera at Boston University, she spent 5 years in San Francisco performing and running her own small business. She will have her first post-pandemic performance on May 26th at 7 p.m. in Eden park's Seasongood Pavilion in Cincinnati!
Delegate Danielle Walker proudly represents Monongalia County in the West Virginia House of Delegates. She has dedicated her life to service, family, community, and public advocacy. Delegate Walker is determined to help not only her constituents, but all West Virginia residents, have access to the best quality of life possible. She is passionate about creating an effective solution to the addiction crisis afflicting West Virginians and working to provide affordable housing initiatives so even our most vulnerable communities can live with dignity and secure a better future for our children.
Jessica Ellis is an award-winning screenwriter with degrees from UCLA and AFI. Her debut feature, WHAT LIES WEST, a coming-of-age adventure, is available on DVD on 5/11/21. She lives in LA And can be found giving away free pie on Twitter at @baddestmamajama.
More about the Rainforest Cafe at the Atlas Obscura
Native Candle Company, as mentioned in the show: https://nativecandleco.com/