Your co-hosts (of culture, duh)

This is the talking dream team. Totally in the game for culture and a whole lotta love for Boise.

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Frankie Barnhill is a public radio nerd with an obsessive podcast-listening habit. She's been reporting on Idaho-y things for Boise State Public Radio since 2012, finding a suitable use for her beloved English literature degree.  

Twitter: @FABarnhill





Harrison Berry would wear a sweater every day if he could, makes the best enchiladas in the world and rides his bike everywhere. A jack-of-all-trades, he’s also the senior staff writer at Boise Weekly

Twitter: @Harrisonberry




Culture Junkies creator and co-host, Jennifer Kite-Powell is a multi-faceted unicorn. She's a science and tech writer at Forbes, a frequent moderator & emcee at tech events and author of the poetry 2017 book, Love, Lust, Longing & Truth. Jennifer interviews big brains, captains of industry, renowned photographers & conservationists and A-list celebrities, directors and producers around the world. 

She started the podcast MassiveTalk in London which was shortlived due to some confusion over expletives & jam versus jelly. She's reincarnated it with people who don't care for jam. Jennifer returns to Boise, Idaho (living here in the 1970s) via a circuitous route that included Boston, Amsterdam, London, Copenhagen, Cortona, Italy Paris and Brooklyn.  She lives on the Boise River with her beagle Henry and two extremely existential cats.

Twitter: @JennaLee



Andi is a writer, poet and photographer, (okay also a retired film industry makeup and hair artist) who touches just about every visual point on the spectrum. Native Idahoan and full-time wisecracker. Andi pulls together our kick-ass content and steps in as co-host, if we're lucky.

Instagram: @AdventuresofAndi