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Ep. 15 Nolawee Mengist & John Davis – Rap Music

On the Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest podcast, hosts, Noah and Aaron, speak with Nolawee Mengist and John Davis about rap music. John and Nolawee are bona fide rap N.E.R.D.s. They are experts in the history, production, art and performers of the genre. Their combined depth of knowledge creates a trajectory for this program that will inform and delight! Nolawee and John are no light-weights when it comes to the rap game....

Ep. 14 Patrick Scott – Pokemon

Patrick Scott is an expert on all things Pokemon and is the expert guest today on Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest. Patrick explains how his love for the whited-up Japanese anime began when he was a boy and evolved into a lifelong passion. “Gotta Catch ’em All” is not just a catch phrase for Patrick; It’s a way of life. So much so, that it caused Patrick to do a bad thing...

Ep. 13 Jeff Koehn – Acrylic Painting

Today on Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest, Jeff Koehn swings by to teach Aaron and Noah about painting. Jeff is a classic American professional painter. His medium is acrylic on canvas. His dreams are wet. Wait, what? Jeff Koehn is not the quintessential image of a struggling artist you might be envisioning. He is doing great at it (if his parents ask) and is making upwards of thousands of dollars. He is...

Ep. 12 Nathan Lund – Pro Wrestling

This here is the Schooling Noah podcast with Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest. Today’s guest is someone special indeed. Not only is he Denver’s Champion of Comedy but he is an expert in all things pro wrestlin’. We are talking about patriot and a true fan of the game, Nathan Lund. He spends his time with Noah and Aaron on all things wrestling including what it takes to make it to the big time. Nathan‘s wrestlin’...

Ep. 11 Ben Bryant – Tennis

Schooling Noah w/Aaron Maslow and a Special Guest is happy to play a quick match against tennis expert and all-around hot shot, Ben Bryant. Ben spent most of his youth learning the game of tennis and then went on to college to play. When he didn’t make the team, he decided to do what generations of other collegians have done before him; attempt to pay vast amounts of student loan debt they incurred by teaching....