In the Midwest, towns split off into different communities and social circles. It's how we cope with daily life; we categorize, organize, and get on with it. This is especially true in Rochester's sports and arts ecosystems, respectively. Both are valid and worthy of support; most of our team has spent time in both of those worlds. However, we wanted to challenge these ideals just as Isaac Jahns of Greentop has been doing since his debut at the Mayo High School talent show back in 2015 (R.I.P. Newman's Own). Baseball player turned guitarist, Jahns has shown that you can be a sports journalist, a division III roller hockey athlete, and an indie rocker at the same time. He packed an acoustic guitar and his hockey equipment for this session; sports and art are not mutually exclusive anymore.