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As a kid, Chelsea Murphy felt she didn’t belong outside. Now the Leavenworth-based founder of She Colors Nature is making sure her daughters do. The outdoors in America have a long history as an unwelcome place for Black men and women and children of all ages. Decades of violence and intimidation have made activities like hiking and camping, which …
 
The endgame is fast approaching. We talk about how satisfying it is to watch Jack come into his own as a leader, how moving it is to see Sideways Locke accept his offer of help, how frustrating Jacob's conception of "choice" is, and much more. And for our interview, we're back where it all began: With Jack Bender, executive producer of "Lost" and d…
 
The founder of the Bronze Chapter has thrived in the outdoors all her life. She wants other people of color in the PNW to feel the same way. Denice Rochelle doesn't just want to see more people like herself adventuring outdoors. She wants to see more people like herself leading those adventures. When she created the Bronze Chapter, Rochelle wanted …
 
The angler known as The Black Stonefly was raised in the city. But now he's on a mission to get more Black people into the outdoors. Fly fishing changed Giancarlo Lawrence’s life. He says it has healed him and inspired him to become more self-sufficient. And, he says, he believes it can do the same thing for Black people like him, who are currently…
 
The Deadstock Run Club is giving people of color in Portland a place to come together, connect and get moving. As home to one of our most storied track and field destinations, one of the most celebrated runners in American history and arguably the greatest sneaker brand in the world, Oregon is a natural place to start a running club. That Ian Willi…
 
First drawn to the sport for health benefits, athlete Rosalie Fish hit her stride advocating for missing and murdered Indigenous women and two-spirit people. Rosalie Fish is best known for the red handprint often painted on her face. First a runner in high school and now a collegiate athlete at the University of Washington, Fish runs with the handp…
 
QPOC Hikers started as a place for people to bond over the outdoors. It’s become so much more. The outdoors transformed Jas Maisonet’s life. But when they went looking for people to join them on outdoor adventures, they ran into a problem. As a non-binary person of color, they had trouble meeting people outside of happy hour meet-ups. To meet more …
 
Agriculture is a fraught industry for descendants of enslaved people. Yes Farm is working to move beyond that trauma. The relationship between Black people and agriculture in the United States has long been dominated by one obvious and ominous image: Black Americans working the land as enslaved people. But a different image is being formed at Yes F…
 
Peace Peloton started in Seattle as a single protest ride in 2020. Now it fights for social justice nationwide. Reginald “Doc” Wilson loves his bike. So in the wake of George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police in May 2020, his bike became a tool to reclaim space and fight for social justice under the name Peace Peloton. Since the first ride on Ju…
 
Meet the Club Seattle Runners Division, the group that helped Alison Mariella Desir find her place and her people in the PNW. Housing discrimination and restrictive covenants shaped Seattle in ways that are still being felt today. The most obvious of these is the neighborhood segregation it created and the way that it affected Black people’s abilit…
 
Meet host Alison Mariella Désir as she tells her story of reclaiming the outdoors in New York before she and her family moved to the PNW. Désir is a runner, an activist, a mother and an author; a lover of the outdoors; and a student of history. And now, with a new video series and this accompanying podcast, she gets to highlight other BIPOC folks i…
 
It's no secret that this episode — where we learn about the early lives of Jacob and the Man in Black, along with their Mother — isn't a favorite among Lost fans. So we dig into what works, what doesn't and how it could've been different. Tucker Gates, who directed this episode, offers his thoughts as well. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and a…
 
Yes, it's the episode where Sayid redeems himself. The one where Sun and Jin meet their terrible fate. The one where Sawyer is at his best — and most tragic. We analyze it from every angle, and get some more Season 6 stories from executive producer Jean Higgins. The end is near! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcas…
 
We can't seem to agree whether this episode is awesome or full of unrealized potential — so let us know what you think? Either way, the finale is near. We've also got a great conversation with LOST executive producer Jean Higgins, who shares behind-the-scenes stories from the final season. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/The…
 
They sure do! We love Hurley's open-mindedness, generosity and capacity as a budding leader, though we disagree somewhat on his methods. We also talk about what makes the Desmond/Man in Black scenes so great. Henry Ian Cusick returns to talk about the series finale. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us y…
 
We dig into Desmond's sideways life, in which he works for Charles Widmore and believes he has it all — until Charlie wakes him up, of course — and how it might change the way we understand the light at the heart of the Island. And Henry Ian Cusick returns to tell us about filming some of our favorite scenes. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and…
 
Sun and Jin are meant to be together in every lifetime, but maybe it's meant to be full of near-insurmountable obstacles. Also, we talk with Néstor Carbonell about Jacob's not-so-kind role in Richard's life and about what the future might've held for his character. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us yo…
 
We dig into "Ab Aeterno," the cinematic journey into Richard Alpert's century-and-a-half-long life, with actor Néstor Carbonell — and explore the possibility that the Island is, in fact, a kind of hell. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our theme music is by Andy G. C…
 
Sawyer has come a long way since Season 1, even if he's not yet the (mostly) thoughtful man we see in this week's (delicious) flash sideways. We compare his double-crossing ways to Ben Linus — and continue our conversation with the actor who brought Ben to life, Michael Emerson. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcas…
 
We talk "Dr. Linus" with Benjamin Linus himself, the great Michael Emerson. He tells us why he thinks Ben was a good-hearted person deep down all along, and why power was never right for him. We lament the corrupting influence of the Island — or maybe just Jacob. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your…
 
Director Bobby Roth walks us through Sundown, from the Sayid-Dogen fight sequence to the crowded final scene. Sayid is still in love with Nadia in the flash sideways and it breaks our hearts. And yes, the Darkness has taken Sayid, but — and hear us out — what if the Darkness was inside us all along? Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebo…
 
Jack works out some of his father-son issues in the afterlife, which is deeply moving. On the Island, though, he still has some things to work out. And recurring The Hatch guest Michael Emerson returns to share thoughts on Ben's fate at the end of the series. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot…
 
Nothing is irreversible — but our Losties also need to learn when to let go. We debate the big existential questions as the Man in Black masterfully manipulates Sawyer. Plus we interview Tucker Gates, who directed this amazing episode! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take at +1 954-6-DHARMA…
 
Maybe this should have been a Sawyer episode? And what if Sayid had actually *chosen* the dark side, instead of getting infected? Hindsight is 20/20 — and so is Part 2 of our interview with Terry O'Quinn! Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our theme music is by Andy G.…
 
We're back and diving right in: Jack and Locke meet in another place. What does their conversation about Christian's body mean? Plus, the first part of our interview with Terry O'Quinn, who played John Locke/the Man in Black. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Leave us your hot take at +1 954-6-DHARMA. Our them…
 
We'll start watching the sixth and final season of Lost next week! We're excited about lots of returning interview guests this season, like Néstor Carbonell, who will walk us through "Ab Aeterno." As always, send us your hot takes at +1 954-6-DHARMA and chat with us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at facebook.com/TheHatchPodcast. Our theme music is…
 
With help from listeners and LOST co-creator Damon Lindelof, we dig deep into "The Incident," particularly Juliet, Jack, Sawyer, Jacob and Ben. We share a few galaxy-brain takes and pick our Season 5 MVPs and LVPs. The shooting script for "The Incident," courtesy of Damon, is available here: https://www.scribd.com/document/520845528/The-Incident-sc…
 
It's the endgame now: Jack has a purpose, Kate thinks it's a dumb purpose, and Locke is sounding less and less like Locke. We talk about how these three characters have evolved and celebrate Sayid's return. We also share more from our conversation with Jacob actor Mark Pellegrino. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and at Facebook.com/TheHatchPodc…
 
We spend the bulk of this episode meditating on the nature of time, free will, and the difference between prescribed outcomes and choices that were always made. It's pretty in the weeds, but we think Daniel Faraday would have appreciated it. Special guest Mark Pellegrino joins us to talk about playing Jacob. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcast and …
 
The show gets surreal as Hurley tries to rewrite "Star Wars" and Miles communes with the dead while his parents raise his baby self nearby. We absolutely love it, and we sympathize with how Miles is feeling about his dad. Plus we keep talking with Patrick Fischler, aka Phil, who tells us how LOST changed his life. Find us on Twitter @TheHatchPodcas…
 
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