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In Alan Cumming's house you'll find some shelves. Well, lots of shelves in fact, and on these shelves are curiosities, rarities, and oddities, that Alan has collected throughout his varied and colourful career. Artefacts if you will from the museum of Alan's life. In each episode of this podcast Alan reaches for one of these items, to tell the story behind it, ruminating on the memories it brings up. However, Alan does not do this alone. His guests range from Cyndi Lauper and a pair of white ...
 
Audacy Portland’s locally produced public affairs radio show. Our show is community focused and features timely topics of interest to the Portland Metro area. Let's Talk Portland is hosted by Gary Bloxom. He interviews newsmakers and experts on topics ranging from business, health, education, and the environment, to science and technology and non-profit work happening in our community. Also featured are authors and artists with interesting discussions on the arts and popular culture. We than ...
 
Super Heroines, Etc. fosters continuous learning for women of all ages interested in things typically described as “nerdy.” We’re unironically enthusiastic about stuff – ranging from science to history, comic cons to lectures, and everything in between. Our Geek Feminism Initiative raises awareness of issues facing nerdy women. We provide speakers and panelists for libraries, comic cons and other public events to talk on women’s representation in geek media, online harassment, and other rele ...
 
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Brooks Ogden is not only a travel agent to the stars, she's also Alan's best friend. Today we find out just what they got up to in Washington, and also in Rome. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of t…
 
Fay and Alan go back years, back all the way to when Fay was affectionately known as Friend. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of the curiosities off his shelf, and tells you all about it, with the h…
 
On today's episode Cara interviews Angela Miller, who is the co-owner of Consider Bardwell Farm based in West Pawlet, Vermont. The creamery has gone through a full relaunch since it's voluntary food safety recall. But restarting cheese production is nothing new to co-owner Angela Miller - city slicker turned curd nerd. We'll examine her side of the…
 
Back to where it all started for Alan and Forbes - as the unapologetically Glaswegian Victor & Barry. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of the curiosities off his shelf, and tells you all about it, w…
 
Alan likes to tell everyone Ginger Spice saw his Hamlet, so now's the time for the full story. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of the curiosities off his shelf, and tells you all about it, with the…
 
Cara interviews Amanda Parker about her new role as Managing Director of Cowgirl Creamery. Tune in for a discussion about what challenges arise when taking on a legacy creamery and what's next under Amanda's direction in this leadership role. Photo Courtesy of Cowgirl Creamery and Amanda Parker. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonpro…
 
Alan became the poster boy for a Yoga brand. But come on, this is Alan. It's not just any yoga brand. Barnaby Harris is Alan's friend who started the business, hear the full effing story now. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and…
 
How did Sir Ian McKellen and Alan end up on a Canadian nudist beach with a hemp dog collar in hand? Well you're about to find out! Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan's life, and so each week he takes one of the curiosities off his shelf, …
 
To open Alan Cumming's Shelves, Alan chats with the amazing Cyndi Lauper about a pair of white leather gloves that he wore when the two of them were in the production of The Threepenny Opera on Broadway. Alan Cumming's Shelves is all about Alan Cumming and his shelves. There's lots of things on these shelves, oddities and artefacts from across Alan…
 
Today Carlos welcomes three incredible women working to bring diversity to the Cheese industry. The Cheese Culture Coalition's mission is to promote equity and inclusion within the cheese industry by empowering BIPOC communities through education. We welcome Whitney Roberts (President), Agela Abdullah (Marketing Director), and Kyra James (Professor…
 
In Alan Cumming's house you'll find some shelves. Well, lots of shelves in fact, and on these shelves are curiosities, rarities, and oddities, that Alan has collected throughout his varied and colourful career. Artefacts if you will from the museum of Alan's life. In each episode of this podcast Alan reaches for one of these items, to tell the stor…
 
Here Diane will discuss Alexandra's new book "Stuff every cheese lover should know." From the basics of what cheese is to terms every cheese lover should know, how to host a cheese tasting, how to make the ultimate grilled cheese, and much more! Image courtesy of Alexandra Jones. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast netw…
 
Charles Hudson is Founder and Managing Partner at Precursor Ventures Key Takeaways: 1. Volume matters- do you get to meet enough companies in a year. They meet 3-4k companies and make 30 investments. You can't identify high quality founders if you don't see enough of them. 2. Some investors are great product people, some are good at market structur…
 
The proliferation of preorder cheese and charcuterie boards, boxes, cups, cones, plates since Covid's arrival. Some businesses existed before, others were born during the pandemic. We'll check in with a couple of these small business owners that I discovered- where else, on Instagram- to hear about how they got started, what the last 12 months have…
 
In this episode, we talk with Marissa Mullen about her favorite cheese pairings and her cool, new methods of cheese plating. Plus, we discover her epic journey from music into the cheese world. Have you ever heard of Cheese By Numbers?? It's been a hit on Instagram, and now she has a bestselling cookbook. Heritage Radio Network is a listener suppor…
 
On today's episode we discuss Epicure Foods history of importing and distributing through the eyes of Jennifer Drezga, owner and CEO. She will take us through the humble beginnings of Epicure and mention the highlights leading to their 50th anniversary! Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Cu…
 
Key Takeaways 1. Exceptional founders understand "what matters most". They help triage what is most important and help their teams deliver on the priorities that matter most for the growth of the business. 2. Founders must be "learning animals"- ready to scale and upskill at all times. They must surround themselves with smart talent, ask questions,…
 
Cara interviews Elias Cairo co-owner and founder of Olympia Provisions, about American charcuterie and what's currently trending in the Salumi world. Images courtesy of Olympia Provisions. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member! Cutting the Curd is Powered by Simplecas…
 
On today's episode, I have Anais Saint-Andre Loughran. She is the co-owner of Chantal's Cheese Shop, located in Pittsburg, PA, Anais moved there a few years back to start her own business and make her dreams a reality. Today her shop is a community focused market with European flair. In our discussion, I'll ask her what it's like to sell French che…
 
Lauren Gitlin's VIlla Villekulla Farm shares more than just a name with Pippi Longstocking's home. Both are places filled with creative drive and playful spirt. Instead of a monkey and a horse in the books, Lauren's farm and creamery has goats. After a career in journalism, and wine and cheese retail in NYC, Lauren moved to Vermont to start her own…
 
Happy V-day Curd Nerds! Today on the show Cara interviews Erika Kubick, the cheese preacher behind the cheese advocacy company Cheese Sex Death. They discuss everything from Erika's new upcoming book to what it means to be a cheese slut. Also look out for a special pairing from Erika. Image courtesy of Erika Kubick. Heritage Radio Network is a list…
 
Cara interviews Amy Sherman, Editor in Chief of the Cheese Professor. They discuss the new educational website and what it's like to curate cheese content online. Plus, a new cheese competition is announced for May 2021. (NYICC) New York International Cheese Competition. Image courtesy of Amy Sherman. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported …
 
Jeff Harbach, President & CEO, Kauffman Fellows Key Takeaways The worlds biggest problems will be solved by companies that weren't venture backable in the past. More importantly, the people building those companies will be the folks who have experiencing dealing with those problems first hand, and will likely be more representative of society (more…
 
Nick Bayne has mongered in the US, competed in Mondial, and is now mongering in London. In this episode Cara discusses with Nick what it's like to monger in other countries, and how his life has changed since. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member! Cutting the Curd is…
 
Subscribe to All To Play For now Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of legendary guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest football of the week. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room. Don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral. Subscribe to All To Pl…
 
One day, while biking through Brooklyn, Kyle noticed spent grains from a local brewery being thrown out next to the adjacent bakery. From this moment, the beginnings of Brewers Crackers was born. We'll talk about his career in the food industry including in cheese, his growing concern with food waste, and lessons learned about launching a small foo…
 
It's movie time! We are delighted to have Tenaya Darlington on the show, to discuss her love of classic movies and the cheeses that suit them. Plus, what's up in Philadeliphia, who really is Madame Fromage, and what are the best cocktails per movie. Is it a martini?? Image courtesy of Tenaya Darlington. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supporte…
 
Key Takeaways: 1. 70% of the value in tech has been created by catalyzing network effects within the core business. 2. Competition in the venture ecosystem is good for business. The disbalance of power in the past caused bad behavior, and more competition is good for Founders and helps them find the best partner for their specific endeavor. 3. Look…
 
If great cheese comes from great milk, and great milk starts with grasses grown in pastures filled with biodiversity, where do those building blocks to great grass come from? Joan Gussow is a professor emerita of Nutrition and Education at Columbia's Teacher's College, author, food policy expert, organic gardener and HRN Hall of Fame inductee. We w…
 
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