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From the producers and creator of "What's Your Name Again?", comes a comedic, yet riveting and controversial dive into obscure, mainstream, and relevant topics everyone wants to learn about, but are scared to talk about. America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, brings on rare and exclusive guests who take us inside places most have never experienced. No rules. No Filters. Truth for it's own sake, through in depth storytelling, raucous laughter and emotional accounts from individuals who've taken t ...
 
Kurt Caceres brings on celebrity Actors, Directors, Athletes, Casting Directors, Writers, Surgeons, Psychologists, Musicians and more............. to take us down a raw and truthful journey into the dark hallways of the Hollywood machine. As an actor, Kurt worked many years to get to the top of the game, leading major network television shows and finding great success. Then because of inexperience and the power of ego, he lost it all and hit rock bottom. Now after a decade of fighting to mak ...
 
Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing.
 
We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
We talk with theatre and dance artists, academics, critics, about ideas. We're based between Melbourne and Berlin, Zagreb and Brussels. We sometimes swear. (For more information, please visit the official website, audiostage.guerrillasemiotics.com.)
 
[We are transferring to a new platform so some of our episodes may temporarily be unavailable on your platform - find all our episodes on soundcloud]. Seden Anlar and Julia Lagoutte bring you the environmental & feminist angle on global politics news, and interviews with Green thinkers, politicians & activists. Available on all podcast apps including Itunes, Spotify, and Google. Come join the debate! We tweet at @BigGreenPolPod We'd love to hear from you: biggreenpoliticspodcast@gmail.com
 
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Rafael Davila was found in the gutters of a back alley street in Washington D.C., by his two young children. He had hit rock bottom, didn't have the balls to take his own life, didn't want to feel anymore, hoping for an accidental overdose. He had lost his father years prior, and now his mother was dying of cancer. Rafael lays it all out for Americ…
 
Writers not only take us away from our reality and into imagination, but they educate, commentate and often prophesize the future. Directors like Steven Spielberg have been doing it in Hollywood for decades, forecasting a possible future world not to far off, that we all believe is inevitable. Rob Adetuyi is no different, sitting with America's Pod…
 
More than 45 dead after remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed the Northeast. In Louisiana, where the hurricane hit days before, hundreds of thousands remain without electricity. Meanwhile, massive fires in the West have burned for weeks. Amid all this catastrophe, we continue building new infrastructure to prop up a fossil fuel industry, barreling us t…
 
Rafael Davila and his twin brother grew up in a middle class suburb of Detroit, raised by a single mother. They didn't grow up in poverty or lacking love, their mother was a school teacher who provided all they needed. However, Rafael shares with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, how drug addiction can hit anyone, regardless of color, financial st…
 
A suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai airport in Kabul on Thursday struck crowds that had gathered in hope of escaping the country. ISIS-K, an Afghanistan-based offshoot of the Islamic State, claimed responsibility for the attacks. Journalist Andrew Quilty joins Ryan Grim to talk about the history of ISIS-K and the aftermath of the attacks. Then, Minne…
 
Rob Adetuyi grew up in a small mining town in Canada. His view of the country was much different than the rest of the world envisions, but that is what has made him a successful writer, director and storyteller in Hollywood. He sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to share his incredible journey from a small town blue collar labor union upb…
 
A media consensus has quickly emerged around the Biden administration’s Afghanistan withdrawal, and it goes like this: whatever its merits in the abstract, in its execution the whole thing has been a chaotic debacle. On this week’s Deconstructed, Ryan Grim talks to journalist and author Anand Gopal and to politician and former US army major Richard…
 
Ellie Shoja makes us think about our own consciousness and discusses with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, our decreasing inability to communicate with one another and be comfortable in our own skin. We are becoming to reliant on our devices to be our representative and we feel safer using a cartoon avatar as our spokesperson instead of being who…
 
Founded in 1997 by Francesco Illy, of the renowned Illy coffee family, Podere Le Ripi produces prestige, terroir-driven wines from Montalcino, including IGT, Rosso di Montalcino and Brunello di Montalcino. CEO & Winemaker Sebastian Nasello discusses Podere Le Ripi's decision to farm biodynamically and how the location of its vineyards in both the e…
 
Maya Stojan once was a member of the Swiss National Golf team before playing for her college in the United States. Her transition from athlete to actor is a recipe to learn from. She sits to share with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, what she feels are the three things that are necessary to make it in Hollywood. She talks about the resurgence of…
 
This week the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC, released the first part of its latest report on the state of the Earth’s climate. It details with greater certainty than ever before the links between human activity and extreme weather patterns: fires, floods, and rising sea levels. Journalist David Wallace-Wells and sociologist Dan…
 
He was charismatic, highly intelligent and extremely resourceful. But he also had a dark side. Ellie Shoja joins America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to share her journey as a young girl living under the reign of a certified International Con Man. Her and family were always on the run, from city to city, country to country, hideout to hideout. Changi…
 
Technology is changing how the publishing industry conducts business, yet some print magazines still flourish. Jacqueline Strum, President & Publisher of Wine Enthusiast Media, explains why hobby & niche publications (e.g., wine) are still popular, and how consumers' growing interest in learning about, buying and collecting wine has fueled demand f…
 
Last week, congress failed to pass an extension to the COVID-19 eviction moratorium. In response several members of the house, including congresswomen Cori Bush and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, camped out on the steps of the capitol in an effort to pressure the Biden administration into executive action. Congresswoman Bush joins Ryan Grim to discuss t…
 
The term "terroir" is used in the wine world to describe how climate, soil, topography elevation, and other environmental factors deliver a unique expression to the final product. Veteran wine and spirits industry pro, Mark Reynier, is applying terroir to whisky with the 2021 introduction of Waterford single farm origin, barley-based Irish single m…
 
It usually takes an actor 4 to 5 years to scratch the surface and make a mark in Hollywood. Maya Stojan was told she had literally one year to make it as an actor, or get deported. As an immigrant without the proper credentials, she tells America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, how she kept losing jobs she was chosen for, because she didn't yet have the…
 
Prison and being behind bars can mean much more than a physical incarceration in a jail cell. Jeremy Gilbreath takes us through the series of life events that helped him create his own prison, in his mind. After decades experiencing abuse as a child, he shares with Kurt Caceres, for the very first time, how it effected him decades later as an adult…
 
The assasination earlier this month of Haitian president Jovenel Moïse is raising new questions about the threat posed by international mercenaries. It also casts a new light on a story The Intercept published last month that revealed the existence of a 2020 coup plot against the newly elected president of Bolivia, Luis Arcé — successor to the coun…
 
This man has cut the biggest budget film trailers for many of our favorite movies. Names such as 300. Watchmen. Man of Steel. Justice League. Birds of Prey. Wonder Woman. A Star is Born. Joker. Sweeney Todd. X Men. The Great Gatsby. Aquaman. Harry Potter. His name is Chris St. Pierre, and he sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to teach us …
 
He tried to take his own life, drank away most of the prime years of his youth, and caused unintentional heartbreak to so many around him. But was it his fault? Jeremy Gilbreath sits for the first time and shares his gut wrenching life story, exclusively with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres. Growing up watching his parents fight daily, not with w…
 
Last Friday President Biden announced a sweeping executive order aimed at ending what he called a 40-year “experiment of letting giant corporations accumulate more and more power.” Attorney and law professor Zephyr Teachout joins Ryan Grim to discuss the resurgence of antitrust under the Biden presidency. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
Byron Lane was Carrie Fisher's personal assistant for many years. He got closer to her and experienced her intimate day to day life, like no other. He sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to share his journey, that of which is all detailed in his newly released book, A Star is Bored. His first encounter with her mother, Debbie Reynolds, he …
 
Here nick names for him were "Byronius" and "Cockring", as he became the personal assistant to one of the biggest Hollywood celebrities in the history of the world. Byron Lane sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, to share and reveal never before heard stories from inside the life of Princess Leia herself, Carrie Fisher. He was just a simple…
 
25 years before he first ran for the Democratic presidential nomination, 31-year-old Dennis Kucinich was elected mayor of Cleveland, Ohio — at the time, that made him the youngest mayor of a major city in the country. His tenure would be dominated by the fight to prevent the privatization of the city’s public electrical utility, a fight that would …
 
Tha Don, Mr. Young Miller, explains to America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, about the importance of generational wealth for families and communities, as well as the difference between being rich and being wealthy. He's seen to many youngsters without the knowledge coming in fast making millions, then going out fast and losing it all. He says he doesn…
 
Since leaving prison in 2017, former intelligence analyst and whistleblower Chelsea Manning has been busy. She ran unsuccessfully for senate in her home state of Maryland, became a Twitch streamer, and was jailed for contempt after refusing to testify in a US government case against Wikileaks and its founder, Julian Assange. Manning joins Ryan Grim…
 
With the long awaited release of Fast & Furious 9, America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, brings on one of the franchise biggest fans, to debate it's place in cinema history, and if it even deserves a mention. With names like Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, John Cena, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Kurt Russell and Charli…
 
America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, sits with a musical legacy, part of a family of accomplished musicians that goes back generations from New Orleans. Young Miller is the nephew of award winning and multi-million album selling rapper Master P. Young Miller grew up around music in one of the most dangerous projects in the United States, called Calli…
 
For decades, economic policymakers have viewed full employment as a scourge to be avoided at all costs, betokening as it does the grim spectre of inflation. If his words are to be believed, Joe Biden wants to break with that consensus and aim for full employment. Economist James Galbraith joins Ryan Grim to discuss. See acast.com/privacy for privac…
 
If people came with a warning sign, what would be yours? America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, tackles the modern day question about Red Flags and it's effect on romantic, friend and work relationships. We have all been hurt, let down or backstabbed by someone close to us at least once. But could we have avoided that pain ahead of time? As we get olde…
 
As part of his “Build Back Better” plan, President Biden has promised to “advance racial equity across the American economy.” In her new book, “The Whiteness of Wealth,” Emory law professor Dorothy Brown argues that meaningfully addressing the racial wealth gap will require wide-ranging reform of the US tax code. Ryan Grim talks to professor Brown …
 
Republicans in Arizona are hoping to overturn their state’s presidential election result, creating a template that they can apply in Georgia, Wisconsin, and beyond. Meanwhile Mitch McConnell (to no one’s surprise) is making it clear that no Democratic policy objective is going to make it past his filibuster. Does a strategy of legislative obstructi…
 
Founded in Rioja in 1970 by Enrique Forner, Spain’s Marqués de Cáceres has become a global leader in wine. Since joining her father in 1983, Cristina Forner has overseen the expansion of the company brand to include wines from Rías Baixas, Rueda, and the Penedès. CEO since 2007, Forner continues to build on the legacy of Marqués de Cáceres with the…
 
All humans use their hands to communicate, whether they are aware or not. No one ever talks with their arms hanging stiff at their sides with no movement, it just doesn't happen. America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, helps us understand the true meaning of communication through our hands and our ability without the use of words and language. Have you …
 
"If I'm not directing, I can't even be on set, sets are boring" exclaims David Zucker, as he sits with America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, for the final part of the trilogy straight from his home in Brentwood, California. He talks about the luck it takes to make it in Hollywood. It's a fairy tale story about a young reader from a studio who passed o…
 
On May 7, Israeli police raided the Al-Aqsa mosque in East Jerusalem during the evening prayer. Hamas responded a few days later by launching rockets from Gaza into Israel. Israel retaliated with its own strikes, and the violence escalated. Mariam Barghouti is a Palestinian-American journalist based in the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank…
 
Virginia is home to over 300 wineries and eight designated AVAs, making it an ideal destination for wine aficionados looking for a road trip combining beautiful scenery with great wine and food. Frank Morgan, Host of Virginia Wine Chat, discusses Virginia’s different appellations and a few standout grapes, including Petit Manseng, Chardonnay, Viogn…
 
Ehlers Estate is a picturesque 42-acre vineyard in Saint Helena, CA dating to the 1800s with a rich history. Run by the Leducq Foundation, a trust established in 1996 by French Entrepreneur, Jean Leducq and his wife Sylviane, Ehlers Estate was modeled after a traditional Bordeaux chateau. The vineyards, all planted to Bordeaux varietals, are certif…
 
David Zucker grew up in a household surrounded by comedy. His Mother and Father both were witty and it passed down to him and his brother. America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, finds out first hand when they discover an Orange tree in David's back yard, and notice that all the Oranges have stickers on them, like they would at the grocery store. This i…
 
Rewind It!!! SMH! Dial the Number! LMFAO! These are all mainstream terms, but one is a sentence and the other a jumble of letters called an acronym. America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, takes us way back to where many old sayings originated that are still used today. The millennial culture uses these terms without knowing from where they derived, all…
 
When Berta Cáceres was murdered in 2016, she was the leading environmental activist in Honduras and, arguably, the world. A member of the indigenous Lenca people and the founder of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Peoples of Honduras, or COPINH, Cáceres was the most formidable opponent of a powerful energy company called Desarrollos Energetico…
 
Bella Union Winery in Rutherford, Napa Valley was founded in 2012 by the partners of Far Niente and Nickel & Nickel. The winery is located on a 25-acre Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard that runs along Bella Oaks Lane, known as the Bella Union Roadway in the late 1800s. Brooke Bobyak has worked with Far Niente since 2018 and was appointed Bella Union win…
 
No introduction to the man who grew up a die hard Green Bay Packers fan and was the product of a historic blizzard in 1947 Wisconsin is complete, without the mention of Airplane. David Zucker is part of the legendary trio who created the most classic and still to date, most comedic and creative film comedy franchise in the history of Hollywood. He …
 
The film Nomadland won a total of 5 Oscars at the Academy Awards in 2021. Best Picture, Actress, Director, Screenplay, Cinematography and Editing. However, America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, had already talked about "Van Life" with Journeyman, Kevin Burke, a year before the record setting night Chloe Zhao won the historic award. Kevin lives by the …
 
May Day is the biggest day of the year for the international labour movement, but it passes almost unmentioned each year in the United States. That’s in spite of the fact that the holiday commemorates the workers killed in the Haymarket riot in Chicago in 1886. As a corrective, Deconstructed offers a brief history of organized labor in the U.S. Jim…
 
We all get embarrassed, no one is immune to humiliation and self-doubt, that is part of being human. However, many things that make us blush are unnecessary and the only one laughing at us, is ourselves. America's Podcaster, Kurt Caceres, takes us down a comical path to figure out the most embarrassing things one must purchase as consumers in a com…
 
In 2013, James Sinegal, co-founder/former CEO of Costco, and son, David, a Costco wine buyer, established Sinegal Estate in St. Helena to produce iconic Bordeaux blend Napa Valley Cabernet wine. In 2020, they launched DETAILS by Sinegal Estate, sourcing grapes in Sonoma Valley and using a 1,403-step production process. David Sinegal explains DETAIL…
 
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