Podcasts Arts & Seizures

Kimberly Wetherell & David Gutowski

Episode: 137

This week on Arts & Seizures, a solo host, Mike Edison, welcomes Kimberly Wetherell and David Gutowski of DISH, a multi-course feast of readings and stories. Recently, Kimberly has opened a new concept speakeasy, or rather, a dessert speakeasy called Spirited. She goes on to explain that it’s a dessert restaurant and craft cocktail bar all in one. Spirited features alcohol-infused desserts that are tipsy, buzzed, and downright drunk. Talking about the resurgence of high quality spirits, Kimberly talks inspiration and how they plan the seasonality of the menu at Spirited. After the break, David tells Mike all about the happenings with his music and literature blog, Largehearted Boy. Sparking a great conversation about music writing, Mike adds his thoughts on Pandora as well as his personal playlist of what to listen to while drinking a beer in the shower! Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Roberta’s Pizza.







“I can deconstruct a cocktail better than anyone I know.” [13:00]


Kimberly Wetherell on Arts & Seizures


“I’m sharing things that I love: books and music and popular culture.” [18:23]


David Gutowski on Arts & Seizures

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