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ycdi·di (You can do it, do it)

Steve Carroll and JP Camara

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Steve Carroll and JP Camara

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You can do it, do it (ycdidi) is an interview show where JP Camara and Steve Carroll talk with people whose lives were transformed by trying something new. Earlier this year, we realized that we know a lot of people who fascinate us. From pinball players to pizza makers, ballerinas to graphic designers, illustrators to improv comedians, physicians, jewelry makers, personal trainers, Bollywood dancers, musicians, and more—We look forward to introducing you to our friends.

Latest Episodes

Jamie Antignano is Vice President of Angelo’s Civita Farnese

This week we're joined by Jamie Antignano, vice president of Angelo's Civita Farnese restaurant: a landmark italian restaurant on Providence's historic Federal Hill. Jamie brings a spirited approach to the ninety-five-year-old family-owned restaurant - with a deep appreciation for tradition, family, and desire to see Angelo's thrive for the next ninety-five years. Topics include the pressures of running an established business, the fine line between innovation and tradition, the power of nostalgia, and a devotion to family that keeps a business running for generations. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes What goes into being the vice president of a restaurant? Surviving the depression, the mob, and changing times on the hill Earning respect as a 25-year-old in a 95-year-old business The origin of the spaghetti donut When you go into Angelo's, bring change for the charity train! Remembering self care How to craft a life as successful as your business What is the feast of the seven fishes, anyways? If you really love your own olive oil, Angelo's will keep it in the back for you to use when you come in. So when you're here, you're actually family Go eat at Angelo's Civita Farnese - it's delicious Links Follow Angelo's on Instagram Follow them on Twitter Like them on Facebook Check out their website Follow Jamie on Instagram Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

61 MIN8 h ago
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Jamie Antignano is Vice President of Angelo’s Civita Farnese

Chris Revill is hosting Let's Chat!

EThis week we're joined by Chris Revill, host of "Let's Chat! with Chris Revill": a weekly long form conversational podcast featuring guests from the world of comedy, music, podcasting and beyond. Chris has been hosting "Let's Chat!" since 2013, and has released over 200 episodes! It's a great listen, from a genuine and engaging host. Topics include the social and communal aspect of podcasting, coming out on the other side of depression, how to connect with people, and the things that keep you excited several years into producing a show. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes "When you're going through hell, keep going" Keeping a podcast going for 6+ years How to get someone you don't know to do an interview on your show (if you ask over 10 thousand people it feels natural) Being generous with your knowledge Approaches to interviewing Hot take from Chris and Steve - steamed hamburgers are not good Stop and celebrate every victory The trials and tribulations of being a parent Being able to have pride and confidence in what you make Links Follow the Let's Chat podcast on Instagram Like him on Facebook Check out his podcast history on Libsyn Listen on Apple Podcasts! Follow the #PodernFamily hashtag on twitter Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MIN2 w ago
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Chris Revill is hosting Let's Chat!

Audrey and Sam are running The Nitro Cart

This week we're joined by Audrey Finocchiaro and Sam Lancaster, founders of The Nitro Cart: locally sourced, locally brewed, and locally poured really f*cking good nitro cold brew. Together, Audrey and Sam have grown a community of nitro cart/bar/tap enthusiasts they lovingly refer to as the "Nitro Cartel". Topics include having a genuine interest in the people around you, the importance of aesthetic, imposted syndrome, audacious goals, and overcoming the struggles of building a business from scratch. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes The benefits/drawbacks of being a successful but young business owner Growing your business by hiring people that are smarter than you Going from cart, to bar, to being on tap in 60+ locations in New England Building an aesthetically pleasing environment What it takes to make a space feel welcoming Having audacious goals that you're committed to (and following through on them) How to be an imperfectionist Links Follow The Nitro Cart on Instagram Follow them on Facebook Check out their website Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

55 MINNOV 1
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Audrey and Sam are running The Nitro Cart

Erin DeThomas is a running Makers Kids Art Studio

This week we're joined by Erin DeThomas, founder and CEO of Makers: a process-based kids art studio. Erin is a mother, educator, artist, and entrepreneur. She started Makers to fill an artistic void for her own children. What it has grown into is a place filled with opportunities to explore, create and get messy for all children. Topics include process based art, creative freedom, changing identity and discovering what's next, guiding kids into confidence through creation, and creating a curriculum that is as fun as is it educational. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes Art that is about the process, not the outcome Imposter syndrome Leaving a career that you identify with and figuring out what to do next Building a curriculum that weaves skill building into artistic outlets What is a sensory bin?! Identifying the different phases of art in children Finding balance between homelife and your business What is oobleck?! Creating a safe environment for learning and collaboration Links Follow Makers RI on Instagram Follow them on Facebook Check out their website Discover Oobleck Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MINOCT 18
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Erin DeThomas is a running Makers Kids Art Studio

Nadia Eisa is a Visual Merchandising Manager at Anthropologie

This week we’re joined by Nadia, a Visual Merchandising Manager for Anthropologie, as well as co-founder of MDLTN: pieces made to be well-loved and worn often. A self-described aesthete, Nadia has a special skill to see how things can be made more beautiful, and then to make them more beautiful. The snowball effect of deciding to focus her attention on the little steps along the way has allowed her to make meaningful progress in her life, career, and entrepreneurial ventures. Topics include skipping college to build a career in retail, how to admit that you’re good at something, finding meaningful work, and building a business on top of your core values. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes Nadia became a Levi’s Store Manager at 19 years old The importance of “necessity” as motivation to succeed Some lessons in branding MDLTN — a company Nadia is building around the idea that business don’t need to create disposable things to succeed. They can be beautiful and high quality. The changing jewelry and manufacturing industries What does a visual merchandising manager do? Learning to see things in a different way when you’re used to seeing them one way How to be involved in every aspect of a creative project Helping important people dress themselves Not everyone has to go freelance Links Want to see MDLTN jewelry? Check out their website Follow Nadia on Instagram Follow MDLTN on Instagram Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINOCT 4
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Nadia Eisa is a Visual Merchandising Manager at Anthropologie

Matt and Tony are Podcasters

This week we're joined by Matthew Ferrara and Tony Pacitti for a conversation about beauty and connection in art, the paradox of choice in media overwhelm, debunking preconceived notions, and deep dives into pop culture. Tony is a writer and improviser, Matt is a photographer and artist, and together they form What Did We Miss - a podcast about resolving pop culture blindspots, one episode at a time. Topics include art as an experience, becoming more open-minded, pop culture echo chambers, going beyond your comfort zone and the aspiration to love everything. Show Notes Engaging with pop culture as an active experience Leaning into cultural blindspots Art as an intimidating word The paradox of choice Netflix and the streaming boom Learning empathy by digging into preconceived notions JP and Steve's pop blindspots Go listen to What Did We Miss! Matt and Tony can make you appreciate just about anything Links Follow What Did We Miss on Instagram Follow them on Twitter Like them on Facebook Check out their website for more in-depth podcast notes Follow Tony on Twitter Follow Matt on Twitter Check out Matt's photography business! Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

56 MINSEP 20
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Matt and Tony are Podcasters

JT is Head Chef at Troop

This week we're joined by JT (Jason Timothy) for a conversation about love for food, the importance of the dinner table, and cultivating creativity in the kitchen. JT is co-owner and head chef at Troop - an elevated street casual restaurant that has its roots in street food from around the world. Topics include food as a shared experience, the old and new school kitchen environment, learning through failure, and empowering your staff to take risks. Show Notes The dinner table as a symbol of family and bonding Learning to let people help you The most important culinary lesson: don't cut your fingers off Cultivating creativity in the kitchen Babka: the friendlier swear word You're going to fail, so you might as well do it and learn from it Ups and downs of the Yelp mentality Being community oriented And for real though, go get brunch there and order The Pinnacle. It's really damn good. Links Follow Troop on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website And maybe even (5 star) review them on Yelp Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINSEP 6
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JT is Head Chef at Troop

Elyse Farnsworth is a Hairdresser at Arrow Salon

This week we're joined by Elyse Farnsworth for a conversation about self-worth, the value of family, and the artistry of hair styling. Elyse is owner and hair stylist at Arrow Salon - a team of highly educated, passionate stylists who love making you feel and look amazing. Topics include what drives someone to push themselves, discovering self-worth, fun facts about hair, and creating a warm and welcoming business that people are excited to be a part of. Show Notes How being a hair stylist and business owner has changed Elyse The stigma associated with being a hair stylist Getting a hair cut: eyes open or eyes closed? Fun hair facts The perfect dramatic hair reveal Free mullet removals at Arrow Salon The transformative power of a great hair cut Links Follow Arrow Salon on Instagram Follow Elyse on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINAUG 23
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Elyse Farnsworth is a Hairdresser at Arrow Salon

Alexis Devine is running Devine City Cycle

This week we're joined by Alexis Devine for a conversation about community, internal motivation, and the positive impact of fitness. Alexis is a faculty member at the Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School, Workforce Development Coordinator at Lifespan, and is co-owner of Devine City Cycle - a spin studio on the west end of Providence that creates a fitness experience like no other. Topics include pushing beyond your limits, building a business with a welcoming atmosphere, connecting with your emotions through fitness, imposter syndrome, and what it takes to stay motivated even when no one is watching. Show Notes Check out Devine City Cycle 30 for $30 - 30 dollars for 30 days unlimited! Fitness community focused on a welcoming atmosphere Channeling education, past struggles and energy into creating an experience like no other What do you ride for? Finding your purpose Dropping out of high school, re-enrolling, then getting into Brown University Finding your internal motivation Overcoming mental and physical challenges through fitness Links Follow Devine City Cycle on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website Follow them on Twitter Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MINJUL 26
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Alexis Devine is running Devine City Cycle

Lori Kettelle is running PVDonuts

This week we're joined by Lori Kettelle - co-owner and head baker at PVDonuts - for an inside look at how Rhode Island’s donut mecca began, operates, and continues to grow. PVDonuts is an institution, and Lori is at the heart of what makes it so special. Topics include handling explosive growth, building a loyal following, a day in the life of a donut shop owner, the organized chaos of the PVDonuts kitchen, accidental marketing wins, and crafting the perfect donut photo. Show Notes Going from selling 48 donuts a weekend to 2,000 donuts a day What is the hardest donut to make? What makes PVDonuts so attractive Starting your work day at 1:30am Perfecting each process before moving to the next Being willing to have no (donut or personal) limits Starting every day with a line down the block Links Follow PVDonuts on Instagram Like them on Facebook Follow them on Twitter Check out their website Check out PVDonuts in Edible Rhody! One of the early graduates of Hope & Main Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

54 MINJUL 12
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Lori Kettelle is running PVDonuts

Latest Episodes

Jamie Antignano is Vice President of Angelo’s Civita Farnese

This week we're joined by Jamie Antignano, vice president of Angelo's Civita Farnese restaurant: a landmark italian restaurant on Providence's historic Federal Hill. Jamie brings a spirited approach to the ninety-five-year-old family-owned restaurant - with a deep appreciation for tradition, family, and desire to see Angelo's thrive for the next ninety-five years. Topics include the pressures of running an established business, the fine line between innovation and tradition, the power of nostalgia, and a devotion to family that keeps a business running for generations. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes What goes into being the vice president of a restaurant? Surviving the depression, the mob, and changing times on the hill Earning respect as a 25-year-old in a 95-year-old business The origin of the spaghetti donut When you go into Angelo's, bring change for the charity train! Remembering self care How to craft a life as successful as your business What is the feast of the seven fishes, anyways? If you really love your own olive oil, Angelo's will keep it in the back for you to use when you come in. So when you're here, you're actually family Go eat at Angelo's Civita Farnese - it's delicious Links Follow Angelo's on Instagram Follow them on Twitter Like them on Facebook Check out their website Follow Jamie on Instagram Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

61 MIN8 h ago
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Jamie Antignano is Vice President of Angelo’s Civita Farnese

Chris Revill is hosting Let's Chat!

EThis week we're joined by Chris Revill, host of "Let's Chat! with Chris Revill": a weekly long form conversational podcast featuring guests from the world of comedy, music, podcasting and beyond. Chris has been hosting "Let's Chat!" since 2013, and has released over 200 episodes! It's a great listen, from a genuine and engaging host. Topics include the social and communal aspect of podcasting, coming out on the other side of depression, how to connect with people, and the things that keep you excited several years into producing a show. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes "When you're going through hell, keep going" Keeping a podcast going for 6+ years How to get someone you don't know to do an interview on your show (if you ask over 10 thousand people it feels natural) Being generous with your knowledge Approaches to interviewing Hot take from Chris and Steve - steamed hamburgers are not good Stop and celebrate every victory The trials and tribulations of being a parent Being able to have pride and confidence in what you make Links Follow the Let's Chat podcast on Instagram Like him on Facebook Check out his podcast history on Libsyn Listen on Apple Podcasts! Follow the #PodernFamily hashtag on twitter Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MIN2 w ago
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Chris Revill is hosting Let's Chat!

Audrey and Sam are running The Nitro Cart

This week we're joined by Audrey Finocchiaro and Sam Lancaster, founders of The Nitro Cart: locally sourced, locally brewed, and locally poured really f*cking good nitro cold brew. Together, Audrey and Sam have grown a community of nitro cart/bar/tap enthusiasts they lovingly refer to as the "Nitro Cartel". Topics include having a genuine interest in the people around you, the importance of aesthetic, imposted syndrome, audacious goals, and overcoming the struggles of building a business from scratch. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes The benefits/drawbacks of being a successful but young business owner Growing your business by hiring people that are smarter than you Going from cart, to bar, to being on tap in 60+ locations in New England Building an aesthetically pleasing environment What it takes to make a space feel welcoming Having audacious goals that you're committed to (and following through on them) How to be an imperfectionist Links Follow The Nitro Cart on Instagram Follow them on Facebook Check out their website Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

55 MINNOV 1
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Audrey and Sam are running The Nitro Cart

Erin DeThomas is a running Makers Kids Art Studio

This week we're joined by Erin DeThomas, founder and CEO of Makers: a process-based kids art studio. Erin is a mother, educator, artist, and entrepreneur. She started Makers to fill an artistic void for her own children. What it has grown into is a place filled with opportunities to explore, create and get messy for all children. Topics include process based art, creative freedom, changing identity and discovering what's next, guiding kids into confidence through creation, and creating a curriculum that is as fun as is it educational. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes Art that is about the process, not the outcome Imposter syndrome Leaving a career that you identify with and figuring out what to do next Building a curriculum that weaves skill building into artistic outlets What is a sensory bin?! Identifying the different phases of art in children Finding balance between homelife and your business What is oobleck?! Creating a safe environment for learning and collaboration Links Follow Makers RI on Instagram Follow them on Facebook Check out their website Discover Oobleck Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MINOCT 18
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Erin DeThomas is a running Makers Kids Art Studio

Nadia Eisa is a Visual Merchandising Manager at Anthropologie

This week we’re joined by Nadia, a Visual Merchandising Manager for Anthropologie, as well as co-founder of MDLTN: pieces made to be well-loved and worn often. A self-described aesthete, Nadia has a special skill to see how things can be made more beautiful, and then to make them more beautiful. The snowball effect of deciding to focus her attention on the little steps along the way has allowed her to make meaningful progress in her life, career, and entrepreneurial ventures. Topics include skipping college to build a career in retail, how to admit that you’re good at something, finding meaningful work, and building a business on top of your core values. If you love ycdi•di and want to support it, you can become a patron of the show. Show notes Nadia became a Levi’s Store Manager at 19 years old The importance of “necessity” as motivation to succeed Some lessons in branding MDLTN — a company Nadia is building around the idea that business don’t need to create disposable things to succeed. They can be beautiful and high quality. The changing jewelry and manufacturing industries What does a visual merchandising manager do? Learning to see things in a different way when you’re used to seeing them one way How to be involved in every aspect of a creative project Helping important people dress themselves Not everyone has to go freelance Links Want to see MDLTN jewelry? Check out their website Follow Nadia on Instagram Follow MDLTN on Instagram Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINOCT 4
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Nadia Eisa is a Visual Merchandising Manager at Anthropologie

Matt and Tony are Podcasters

This week we're joined by Matthew Ferrara and Tony Pacitti for a conversation about beauty and connection in art, the paradox of choice in media overwhelm, debunking preconceived notions, and deep dives into pop culture. Tony is a writer and improviser, Matt is a photographer and artist, and together they form What Did We Miss - a podcast about resolving pop culture blindspots, one episode at a time. Topics include art as an experience, becoming more open-minded, pop culture echo chambers, going beyond your comfort zone and the aspiration to love everything. Show Notes Engaging with pop culture as an active experience Leaning into cultural blindspots Art as an intimidating word The paradox of choice Netflix and the streaming boom Learning empathy by digging into preconceived notions JP and Steve's pop blindspots Go listen to What Did We Miss! Matt and Tony can make you appreciate just about anything Links Follow What Did We Miss on Instagram Follow them on Twitter Like them on Facebook Check out their website for more in-depth podcast notes Follow Tony on Twitter Follow Matt on Twitter Check out Matt's photography business! Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

56 MINSEP 20
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Matt and Tony are Podcasters

JT is Head Chef at Troop

This week we're joined by JT (Jason Timothy) for a conversation about love for food, the importance of the dinner table, and cultivating creativity in the kitchen. JT is co-owner and head chef at Troop - an elevated street casual restaurant that has its roots in street food from around the world. Topics include food as a shared experience, the old and new school kitchen environment, learning through failure, and empowering your staff to take risks. Show Notes The dinner table as a symbol of family and bonding Learning to let people help you The most important culinary lesson: don't cut your fingers off Cultivating creativity in the kitchen Babka: the friendlier swear word You're going to fail, so you might as well do it and learn from it Ups and downs of the Yelp mentality Being community oriented And for real though, go get brunch there and order The Pinnacle. It's really damn good. Links Follow Troop on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website And maybe even (5 star) review them on Yelp Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINSEP 6
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JT is Head Chef at Troop

Elyse Farnsworth is a Hairdresser at Arrow Salon

This week we're joined by Elyse Farnsworth for a conversation about self-worth, the value of family, and the artistry of hair styling. Elyse is owner and hair stylist at Arrow Salon - a team of highly educated, passionate stylists who love making you feel and look amazing. Topics include what drives someone to push themselves, discovering self-worth, fun facts about hair, and creating a warm and welcoming business that people are excited to be a part of. Show Notes How being a hair stylist and business owner has changed Elyse The stigma associated with being a hair stylist Getting a hair cut: eyes open or eyes closed? Fun hair facts The perfect dramatic hair reveal Free mullet removals at Arrow Salon The transformative power of a great hair cut Links Follow Arrow Salon on Instagram Follow Elyse on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

51 MINAUG 23
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Elyse Farnsworth is a Hairdresser at Arrow Salon

Alexis Devine is running Devine City Cycle

This week we're joined by Alexis Devine for a conversation about community, internal motivation, and the positive impact of fitness. Alexis is a faculty member at the Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School, Workforce Development Coordinator at Lifespan, and is co-owner of Devine City Cycle - a spin studio on the west end of Providence that creates a fitness experience like no other. Topics include pushing beyond your limits, building a business with a welcoming atmosphere, connecting with your emotions through fitness, imposter syndrome, and what it takes to stay motivated even when no one is watching. Show Notes Check out Devine City Cycle 30 for $30 - 30 dollars for 30 days unlimited! Fitness community focused on a welcoming atmosphere Channeling education, past struggles and energy into creating an experience like no other What do you ride for? Finding your purpose Dropping out of high school, re-enrolling, then getting into Brown University Finding your internal motivation Overcoming mental and physical challenges through fitness Links Follow Devine City Cycle on Instagram Like them on Facebook Check out their website Follow them on Twitter Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

50 MINJUL 26
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Alexis Devine is running Devine City Cycle

Lori Kettelle is running PVDonuts

This week we're joined by Lori Kettelle - co-owner and head baker at PVDonuts - for an inside look at how Rhode Island’s donut mecca began, operates, and continues to grow. PVDonuts is an institution, and Lori is at the heart of what makes it so special. Topics include handling explosive growth, building a loyal following, a day in the life of a donut shop owner, the organized chaos of the PVDonuts kitchen, accidental marketing wins, and crafting the perfect donut photo. Show Notes Going from selling 48 donuts a weekend to 2,000 donuts a day What is the hardest donut to make? What makes PVDonuts so attractive Starting your work day at 1:30am Perfecting each process before moving to the next Being willing to have no (donut or personal) limits Starting every day with a line down the block Links Follow PVDonuts on Instagram Like them on Facebook Follow them on Twitter Check out their website Check out PVDonuts in Edible Rhody! One of the early graduates of Hope & Main Big thanks to NGHTSWM for the use of their song, Fiji, on this show.

54 MINJUL 12
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Lori Kettelle is running PVDonuts
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