Best Lush podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Lush Life
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Ease into your Tuesday morning with some swing and bebop, headed to cool and straight-ahead jazz, past the funkier stuff and everything in between. Lush Life will explore jazz from local and Canadian artists, and the exotic sounds of mambo, lounge and space-age pop. Lush Life aims to put a spring in your step and a smile on your face every week.
 
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Lush Fades
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Concept mixes from all around the world
 
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Lush
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Whether you're relaxing at home, traveling on airplanes, studying, doing yoga or you simply just need to chill after a long weekend of clubbing… The Lush compilation is your soundtrack. Lush is a mix of chill out and ambient music. Filled with a collection of atmospheric sounds, graceful pianos, blissful strings and calming vocals, this mix is designed to COOL you down, CHILL you out and RETURN you hOMe.
 
Where can you learn to live life one cocktail at a time? Here on the Lush Life Podcast discover why an old-fashioned is the drink of choice, who is making their own bitters and how ice, or lack there of, is transforming the cocktails you drink. Hosted by your favorite drinking companion, Susan L. Schwartz, the Lush Life Podcast introduces you to the movers and shakers of the cocktail world.
 
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Lush Sessions
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Lush Djs Present Lush Sessions
 
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Lush Future Show
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Your weekly dose of skepticism and optimism
 
GLG is a Podcast that celebrates all things geeky, while bringing you quality and amusing discussion.
 
Tongue and Cheek chat show with a Bristolian Twist! Featuring DIY Tips, chats with women, Bristolian Language lessons & more!
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
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BrianLushRockwired2
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Rockwired Radio Profiles is a 30-45 minute podcast featuring music and exclusive interviews with today's leading active rock recording artists and bands. The show is hosted by music journalist Brian Lush.
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
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CiTR -- Mantra
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Mantra showcases the many faces of sacred sound - traditional, contemporary, and futuristic. Each episode features an improvised blend of organic electronic nu-gaia vibrations - eclectic beats, lush layers, and medicine song - soundtracking the convergence of spirit and the techno-sphere.
 
HEADZ UP! is a Montreal based independent music label/radio show / visual arts outlet / promotion utility founded by Miles Moore which has as objective to shed light on local & international artists. Underground culture for the masses through audio releases, radio, parties/events, graphic design and artwork. The HEADZ UP! mantra: Focusing on the idea of quality in underground culture no matter what sound or style is put forward.
 
the dark and lovely project is a multidisc series of deep, soulful, underground house music and electronica compilations. the syncopated rhythms, lush soundscapes, and ambient interludes of dark and lovely invite you to--in the words of diamondancer --"elevate your mind and set your body free." featured artists and remixers include the messenger, bioground, soulphiction, imotion, moodyman, beat pharmacy, theo parrish, osunlade, roy ayers, boobjazz, sunkiss, spiritual blessings, dj rasoul, af ...
 
Two lovely lushes serving up humor, hooch and helpful hacks designed to raise your alcohol and adulting game every week.
 
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storytelling
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Week of September 12: This week, Peter Gabriel’s tribute to Edward Snowden, a musical postcard from an African prison, and a new banjo master is crowned. The New King Of The Banjo Is A Queen Today the Steve Martin Prize, “for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass,” was officially awarded to Rhiannon Giddens, who was one of the founders of the Grammy-winning Carolina Chocolate Drops. That group turned heads with its largely forgotten (but largely wonderful) black string band music from the late 1 ...
 
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HYPNOTARIUM
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Discover the luminous inner you through the mystic dreamland, the resonant flow, and the lush hypnotic pulse of Hypnotarium.
 
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Brand Newsroom
Weekly
 
Brand Newsroom is a marketing podcast for anyone who has a say in how companies are communicating. It focuses on content marketing, brand journalism, public relations, the media and advertising. Podcast hosts James Lush, Nic Hayes and Sarah Mitchell provide practical advice and great tips while guests include some of the biggest names in global marketing.
 
In 2005 a 13 year old Laura Kirk started writing a diary, chronicling her life in a small town just north of London famed for a beautiful cinema and a 12th century castle built by William the Conquerer’s half-brother. Her adolescence in Berkhamsted was a fairly quiet life of school, boys, MSN usernames, sport, growing up awkwardly and using words like 'phwoar' and 'lush'. Laura kept a diary for six years, right up until she went to university. Now, along with her friend (unhelpfully, also ca ...
 
Podcast by The lush life has it's twists and turns, let Matt James and Justin Freet show you How To Be A Better Drinker. It's cocktail culture from the inside.
 
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Global GoalsCast
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Is it possible to change the world? Can we make the world a better place for all? The answer is YES. Claudia Romo Edelman and Edie Lush share the inspiring stories of people working to create a more sustainable world while sharing simple ways for you to start taking action today.
 
Welcome to the Whostorian podcast. Join Stylin' Steve and Shannon Lush each week as they explore the Whoniverse and offer their own thoughts, opinions and general knowledge about all things Doctor Who
 
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The S-Word
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Exploring The Sustainable Development Goals with Edie Lush, Executive Editor of Hub Culture and Claudia Gonzalez Romo, Special Adviser UNICEF. In collaboration with the UN Foundation and the Global Daily
 
Two girls wearing Lush masks drinking far too much coffee and bitching about the world.
 
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Maelstrom Music
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Bringing you deep, lush electronic music every episode from Dubai's London-born Kirkland
 
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Deep Cutlery
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If you're an early riser, or a serious night owl, tune in to "Deep Cutlery," Sunday mornings from 8-10 a.m. on Radio Valencia. DJ Shumakes brings the vinyl from his collection of wax spanning the centuries. You'll hear old-timey stuff from the 20s and 30s, lush croonings from the 40s-50s, and everything from psychedelia to country to classic alternative to even the most modern of songery. It's all eclectic. It's all deep cuts. DJ Shumakes digs down deep into the grooves of these records to c ...
 
1. Dirty South feat. Rudy - We Are (Skyden & Beaman Vicious21 Remix)2. Vicetone ft. Chloe Angelides - White Lies3. twoloud vs Julian Jordan - Rockin'4. Lazy Rich & Special Features - Beginning Of The World 5. Don Diablo - Black Mask 6. Fedde Le Grand Don't Give Up 7. Hardwell vs R.E.M. - Three Triangles vs. Losing My Religion 8. Syn Cole - Miami 82 (New World Sound Remix) 9. Tom Swoon & Lush & Simon - Ahead Of Us 10.Zedd feat. Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant - Find You (Wellblack Remix)11.Trito ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to helping homeowners pay off their home faster using a HELOC and to pay way less mortgage interest than with the traditional 15 and 30 year mortgages they are sold. Sound too good to be true? Maybe. All we ask is you listen in as your podcast host David Dutton talks with HELOC expert Michael Lush on the different aspects of how this strategy works and why the banks don’t want you to know about it. Each episode will share more details about using a HELOC as well as ...
 
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Isobella Jade Live
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Isobella Jade was a petite model in Manhattan for over ten years, she's an inspirational advocate for girls of all sizes, and the author of her modeling memoir "Almost 5'4"" and her graphic novel "Model Life: The Journey of a Pint-Size Fashion Warrior." Her collection of short stories "Short Stuff: on the job with an x-small model" features modeling jobs she done with Macy's, leg modeling with Victoria's Secret, Marshalls, Easy Spirit and others and tips for aspiring shorter models. Her show ...
 
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This Is Techno
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CSTS takes you on a weekly trip into darkness with his This Is Techno Radio Show. Lush melodies and pounding kick drums all in perfect harmony.
 
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In June of 1988, NASA's James Hansen testified before the Senate about global warming and presented data linking that year's high temperatures to the greenhouse effect. That summer, Americans experienced a powerful heat wave, a devastating drought, and intense wildfires. The greenhouse effect resonated, and the idea of global warming became fro ...…
 
The novelist and short-story writer Philip Roth died in May at the age of eighty-five. In novels like “Portnoy’s Complaint,” “The Human Stain,” and “American Pastoral,” Roth anatomized postwar American life—particularly the lives of Jewish people in the Northeast. And in works like “The Ghost Writer” and “The Plot Against America,” he speculate ...…
 
Philip Roth published his first novella, “Goodbye, Columbus,” in 1959. The work was a piece of social satire, skewering the mores of Jewish communities in New Jersey, where Roth himself was raised. What followed was a series of similar novels, straightforward narratives run through with the kind of humor and insight that would become Roth’s hal ...…
 
Among the examinations of Philip Roth’s work that followed his death, in May, were several that leveled a familiar charge at the author and his work: that of misogyny. Long known as a vivid chronicler of male sexual desire, Roth’s work, some argued, sidelined female characters, and conceived of them as simply objects of lust for Roth’s more rou ...…
 
In 2003, David Remnick interviewed Philip Roth for the BBC. In preparation for the interview, Roth reread his acclaimed American Trilogy of novels: “American Pastoral,” “I Married a Communist,” and “The Human Stain.” Roth told Remnick, “I can’t honestly say I was displeased by what I read.” Decades of writing novels, Roth said, hadn’t made him ...…
 
The novelist and short-story writer Philip Roth died in May at the age of eighty-five. In novels like “Portnoy’s Complaint,” “The Human Stain,” and “American Pastoral,” Roth anatomized postwar American life—particularly the lives of Jewish people in the Northeast. And in works like “The Ghost Writer” and “The Plot Against America,” he speculate ...…
 
Angela C. Santomero, award-winning creator of Blue's Clues, Super Why!, and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood discusses her book, Preschool Clues: Raising Smart, Inspired, and Engaged Kids in a Screen-Filled World and the educational philosophy behind her shows. She is joined by Anya Kamenetz, lead NPR education blogger and author of The Art of Scree ...…
 
For this week's Please Explain, Emily Witt, journalist and author of Nollywood: The Making of a Film Empire, explains all things Nollywood. Nollywood began in Nigeria in the 1990s and has grown into one of the most recognized cultural centers of the world, producing more movies every year than Hollywood. Witt's book takes readers on a vivid tou ...…
 
Jonathan Santlofer's tragedy has unexpected benefits. Bob Khosravi's wit and a war of words bridges a cultural divide.Storytellers: Jonathan Santlofer & Bob KhosraviHosted by Dan KennedySponsored by: www.rocketmortgage.com/Moth www.squarespace.com/Moth www.ziprecruiter.com/Moth
 
Sahm Venter and Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela discuss The Prison Letters of Nelson Mandela. Arrested in 1962 as South Africa’s apartheid regime intensified its brutal campaign against political opponents, forty-four-year-old lawyer and African National Congress activist Nelson Mandela had no idea that he would spend the next twenty-seven years in j ...…
 
This is the Summer of Night Vale Presents, a celebration and sampling of some of the shows across our network. This week, we’re listening to special episodes of Alice Isn’t Dead and Sleep With Me.Alice Isn’t Dead is about a truck driver, played by Jasika Nicole, who searches across America for the wife she had long assumed was dead. In the cour ...…
 
Fewer Americans than ever enjoy cooking, according to research by food industry analyst, Eddie Yoon. Yoon found a decline over the past 15 years in the percentage of consumers who love cooking, from 15 percent to 10 percent. 90% of Americans either hate cooking or feel lukewarm about it, according to Yoon. With consumers spending more money eat ...…
 
Singer and actor Alicia Witt discusses her upcoming EP, "15,000 Days" and the music video for her new single “Younger.” She’ll also be talking about her acting career and what it was like to be discovered by David Lynch! Alicia Witt’s 15,000 DAYS EP is set for release on August 24. On August 28 Alicia Witt will be at The Loft at City Winery in ...…
 
Guest host Andy Borowitz intros four hilarious pieces featured in his anthology The 50 Funniest American Writers. James Naughton reads S.J. Perelman’s noir parody “Farewell, My Lovely Appetizer;” Susan Orlean complains about idle tots in “Shiftless Little Loafers,” read by Dave Hill; old-time radio is revealed in Jean Shepherd’s “The Counterfei ...…
 
In 2009, Jane Gillooly came across an item on Ebay that piqued her imagination. The picture was of a suitcase filled with old audiotapes. The listing’s title was “Suitcase of Love and Shame.” You can purchase Jane’s feature-length documentary film, Suitcase of Love and Shame, on iTunes and learn more about it at Cinemaguild.…
 
Rachel Dretzin and Andrew Solomon discuss Dretzin’s documentary Far From the Tree, which is based on Solomon’s book of the same title. Solomon’s book examines how parents face their children’s extreme differences. The book was influenced by Solomon’s own experiences growing up gay and later becoming a parent. Dretzin’s adaptation profiles famil ...…
 
Robert Anthony Siegel discusses his new book, Criminals: My Family's Life on Both Sides of the Law. Siegel's father, a criminal defense attorney, ended up in prison. Once out, Siegel's father struggled with depression and attempted to re-enter legal practice. Siegel’s memoir charts his family’s forays into attempted normalcy and challenges our ...…
 
Action Bronson is a rapper from Queens who’s been making records since 2011. He also stars as the host of two TV shows about food on Vice’s channel, Viceland. His third album, Blue Chips 7000, came out in 2017, and features this song – “The Chairman’s Intent.” It was produced by his longtime collaborator, producer Harry Fraud. In this episode, ...…
 
Everyone is from somewhere else, tell us your story or the story of how your family came to America. Why did you or your family leave your country? Have you found out anything surprising about your ancestry? Call us at 212-433-9692. This segment is guest hosted by Matt Katz.
 
Wes Enzinna and Shane Johnson discuss Enzinna’s recent piece for Mother Jones, “Inside the Radical, Uncomfortable Movement to Reform White Supremacists,” for which Johnson is the subject. Enzinna dives deep into the deradicalization movement that is chipping away at homegrown hate groups. Shane tells his story of leaving a white supremacist gro ...…
 
The Environmental Protection Agency’s latest report says formaldehyde is one of the most commonly used chemicals in the country. It can be found in cosmetics, synthetic fabrics, most wooden furniture, and is an air pollutant near major refineries. This EPA report warns that most Americans inhale enough formaldehyde vapor in the course of daily ...…
 
For years there have been struggles over the gentrification of city neighborhoods in America, but what about the gentrification of food? “Food gentrification” is a term used to describe how previously affordable and staple ingredients can suddenly become "cool," costly, and ultimately out of reach for poorer communities that once depended on th ...…
 
Playlist: Freddie Hubbard - Crisis Barney Kessel - Blue Moon Jen Hodge All Stars - Viper's Dream Christian Sands - J Street Kenny Barron Quintet - I'm Just Sayin' Henry Threadgill - Clear and Distinct Lemon Bucket Orkestra - Orko Suite B's Bees - Blues in Motian Rosa Brunello Y Los Fermentos - Stand Up (Live) Sharon Minemoto - 15 for 2 Simon Fi ...…
 
Novelist Walter Mosley examines the power of language to break and form bonds; an artist connects with her father when he sends her coins he finds on the street; a woman describes her harrowing rape and pursuit of stability; and an actor proposes marriage, but waits a long, long time for an answer. Hosted by The Moth's Executive Producer, Sarah ...…
 
Jon Marcus, a higher-education editor at The Hechinger Report, discusses his recent piece, “More high school grads than ever are going to college, but 1 in 5 will quit.” In recent years, the number of high school graduates applying and being accepted to four-year universities has continued to increase, from 63% in 2000 to 70% in 2017. However, ...…
 
CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues discusses his new book, Kompromat: How Russia Undermined American Democracy. In this account of how the Russians hacked the 2016 election, Pegues reveals how far the Kremlin dug into voter databases and why it happened. He also investigates the steps taken to shore up election sys ...…
 
Four years ago this week, on July 17, 2014, Eric Garner died in Staten Island at the hands of a New York City police officer. We probably wouldn't have known if it hadn't been for a cellphone video that captured his arrest, the excessive force that killed him, and his final words. The national media couldn’t look away, until they did look away. ...…
 
Zadie Smith reads her short story from the July 23, 2018, issue of the magazine. Smith is the author of five novels, including "NW" and "Swing Time." Her essay collection "Feel Free" was published in February.
 
Having followed a steep path from his working-class immigrant family in Massachusetts to the pinnacle of American photography, Pete Souza ended up working for both Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama -- the only Chief White House photographer to have documented two presidencies. "The odds of someone getting two calls to work at the White House are p ...…
 
Singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell performs with her 4-piece band in-studio. On July 17 Eilen Jewell and her band are performing at The Bell House in Brooklyn (149 7th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215). This segment is hosted by Matt Katz. Eilen Jewell(WNYC) Jerry Miller(WNYC) Shawn Supra(WNYC) Jason Beek(WNYC)
 
Jim Gaffigan discusses his sixth comedy special, Noble Ape. This comedy special gets personal as Gaffigan talks about the medical crisis that hit his wife and family this year, which almost led to his retirement. Jim Gaffigan’s, comedy special Noble Ape, will be released through the Comedy Dynamics Network (CDN) and will be in theatres nationwi ...…
 
Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal talk about their new film, Blindspotting, which follows the final three days of an Oakland man's probation and deals with friendship, gentrification, and the intersection of race and class. →Blindspotting opens Friday, July 20.
 
Chef and writer, Edward Lee traveled across America for two years, meeting the people and savoring the delights of our nation’s vast, ever changing and diverse culinary landscape. In his new book, Buttermilk Graffiti - A Chef’s Journey to Discover America’s New Melting-Pot Cuisine, Lee focuses on the foods of the immigrants he met all over the ...…
 
The Navajo Nation covers over twenty-seven thousand square miles in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico; it’s an area roughly the size of West Virginia. Vincent Salabye grew up there, in a community troubled by memories of conquest by the United States Army and by persistent poverty, addiction, and despair. To grapple with these hereditary demons, Sa ...…
 
Only 41 per cent of us say we trust social media. That’s according to Edelman’s Trust Barometer for Social Media, which was released recently. That could have a huge affect on the way brands use the platforms. On My Desk Nic suggested the Boomerang app Sarah recommended an article by PR Warrior Trevor Young called Why company leaders need to be ...…
 
How is it possible for our next guest to do so many things at once and all well? Reinhard Engel, the owner of Nuremberg’s Altstadthof makes Beer, Whiskey, and gin from his distillery in the historic centre of this ancient city - a city that has over 26,000 kilometers of beer cellars below the street. He’s with us today to describe how he manage ...…
 
When the rapper Prodigy suffered a sickle cell crisis after a Las Vegas concert in 2017, his friends didn’t think much of it at first: they were used to him getting sick. But a few days later, he died. The Realness goes behind Prodigy’s music to reveal his lifelong struggle against his own body, and how that struggle informed his lyrics and fue ...…
 
A 15-hour siege left two students dead and 10 injured at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN) in the capital of Managua. The siege was an attack on student protesters by pro-government paramilitary forces. Students had taken over the university in protest against the government, but pro-government paramilitary groups attempted ...…
 
Lindy Lou Isonhood discusses the story behind the documentary for which she is the subject, Lindy Lou, Juror Number 2, which premieres on July 16 on PBS at 10 pm. For 20 years, Lindy Isonhood has lived with an unbearable feeling of guilt -- she sat on a jury that handed down the death penalty to a Mississippi man convicted of a double homicide. ...…
 
Amy Littlefield and Tina Vasquez discuss their recent piece for Rewire News titled, “Bethany Christian Services Is Fostering Migrant Kids. It Also Has a History of Coercive Adoptions.” The article focuses on the children being separated by the Trump administration from their families. Some of them are going to homes run by Bethany Christian, “a ...…
 
July 21st is National Junk Food Day so the Lushes celebrate this week by talking about their favorite junk food, favorite junk food and cocktail pairings and favorite ways to use junk food in a cocktail. Oh, and there is also a terrible gender discussion about the crimes of not having pockets in women's clothing, but we digress. Grab a cocktail ...…
 
2007 is nearly over, and if the first week of 2008 is anything to go by, it's going to be a dramatic year. First up, we're talking about our first kiss, something which came naturally to Laura G but left Laura K a bit confused about the technique. It's also time for a week’s worth of GCSE mocks, but with all the Ben and Celia drama happening in ...…
 
We celebrate Shannon's favourite Timelord, born June 8th, with a collection of goodies! Something Borrowed, a 50th Anniversary E-Shorts Story, Slipback, a BBC Audio Drama and Soul's Ark a small-budget horror/SF film starring Baker, Wendy Padbury and Carole Ann Ford.
 
A young preacher opens a new church. A new restaurant reopens old wounds. This week, stories of people trying to build something that will last.
 
A story from Greg Ames, the author of a novel, Buffalo Lockjaw, and a collection of stories entitled Funeral Platter. His work has appeared in Best American Nonrequired Reading, Southern Review, McSweeney’s, North American Review, Catapult, and The Sun, among others. “Benefactor,” is something of a cautionary tale for all would-be patrons of th ...…
 
Benjamin Wallace-Wells provides a survey of some key midterm races and considers what they tell us about the direction of the Democratic Party. And David Remnick speaks with the saxophonist and bandleader Kamasi Washington. For anyone who thinks of jazz as just classic compositions played in dimly lit clubs, Washington’s music will come as a su ...…
 
The Navajo Nation covers over twenty-seven thousand square miles in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico; it’s an area roughly the size of West Virginia. Vincent Salabye grew up there, in a community troubled by memories of conquest by the United States Army and by persistent poverty, addiction, and despair. To grapple with these hereditary demons, Sa ...…
 
Robin de Jesús, Charlie Carver and Tuc Watkins discuss starring in the new production Boys in the Band, which focuses on a group of gay men who gather in a New York City apartment for a friend’s birthday party. The evening slowly exposes the fault lines beneath their friendships and the heartache that threatens their solidarity. When it first o ...…
 
Matt James is live at Cursed Oak with a laundry list of stuff for the show: the history of the Zombie and Don's Beachcomber, some tunes from the Belltown Minstrel, bingo with Shawn Oster, and finally what the hell are they doing with that big knife?
 
Playlist: Count Basie and his Orchestra - Shiny Stockings Mark Kavuma - Papa Joe Emmet Cohen - Joshua Chano Dominguez & Javier Colina - Serpent's Tooth Cécile McLorin Salvant - Nothing Like You Alina Bzhezhinska - Lemky Renee Rosnes - Elephant Dust Ken Peplowski Big Band - Duet Black Art Jazz Collective - Armor of Pride Michael Heitzler's Klezm ...…
 
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