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“After meeting in Louisiana, Kyle Smith and Charlie Hilton both got jobs in Austin in 2016 and brought their stellar podcast, “Everyday Superhumans,” with them. Each segment spotlights an organization doing awesome things, like Love-A-Bull, which advocates for pit bulls, and the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, with its constantly evolving street art. Friendly and inquisitive, they keep the conversation light yet always informative.”

“Best of ATX – Culture & Recreation,” Austin Monthly

Want to feel good about the world for a change? Listen to this show featuring stories about Austin nonprofits and do-gooders.

“Austin is full of podcasts for any interest you’ve got,” Austin360

Kyle and [Charlie], the founders of Everyday Superhumans, reveal the extraordinary people living in Austin, particularly highlighting Austin-based nonprofits that are making an impact in our community. Whether you’re looking for an organization to support or want to restore your faith in the world, this podcast showcases individuals working towards the greater good. Check out their April 25 episode featuring “Minis & Friends,” which provides therapeutic mini horse visits for schools, children hospitals and other communities. A note of caution: it may elicit uncontrollable awwwws. New episodes every other Tuesday.

–  “These Austin-based podcasts are making your morning commute tolerable,” Time Out Austin

Tagline: “Ordinary people doing extraordinary things.” Since September, co-hosts [Charlie] Hilton and Kyle Smith, who describe themselves as “catalysts” for passion, have had conversations with local folks behind not-so-ordinary projects, like Rebecca Stuch, the founder of Austin Creative Reuse, a program that donates old junk to artists.

“The Ultimate Austin Podcast List,” Austin Monthly

Through [their] work and [their] podcast, Kyle [and Charlie are] certainly using [their] current superhuman powers to make a difference here in Austin. No radioactive waste or Gamma rays required.

“It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… Kyle Smith with ‘Everyday Superhumans,'” Austin Energy Insider