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When young Perseus makes a rash promise to save his mother from the clutches of an evil king, he has to strike out on a dangerous quest. Hermes, god of luck and thieves (Hadestown's André De Shields), is our host for this tale of terrifying monsters, powerful gods, and a brave girl who will change our hero’s life forever. Combining the talent of contemporary theater with the power of Greek myths, Live from Mount Olympus is an audio adventure for audiences of all ages. This podcast is a produ ...
 
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The Quarantine Tapes

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The Quarantine Tapes

Paul Holdengräber, dublab Radio, Onassis Foundation LA

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“All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone.“ - Blaise Pascal. The Quarantine Tapes: A week-day program from Onassis LA and dublab. Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, the series chronicles shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic.
 
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The Archipelago

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The Archipelago

Onassis Foundation, movement radio

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A 60-minute talk show featuring theorists, artists and writers contemplating on the cultural moment. The Archipelago follows ideas that erupt from the abyss of human activity, diverse and divergent at first, before congealing into a new pensive framework. A podcast series as an archive of differing viewpoints, blending together into an imaginary production of the future. Hosted by Yannis-Orestis Papadimitriou
 
Special Guests: Chris Stafford – The Stafford Brothers + Exclusive Mix up Lorne Padman – Vice President and Label Manager – Dim Mak Records Gabby Colombi – Director - Global PR Dave Goode – The Potbelleez From Australia to the furthest points on the map- Mandy Onassis delivers The Authority to electronic music enthusiasts. With a driving big-room epicenter, The Authority holds down the musical fort with the freshest beats from the globe’s, from the pioneers to the solid emerging talent, toge ...
 
Everyone knows Jackie Kennedy Onassis was married to two of the 20th century’s most powerful men, but lesser known are the five incredible years between those marriages when she was on her own. "Jackie: Her Transformation from First Lady to Jackie O," the spectacular new book from Paul Brandus of West Wing Reports, is now a podcast that tells the story of this often-overlooked yet deeply formative era.Find more information on the book and purchase it here.
 
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The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
On episode 221 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by the incredible Michelle Lhooq. Paul asks Michelle to unpack her unique name and her identity as a gonzo journalist, moving from Marcel Duchamp to Hunter S. Thompson and protest to psychedelics on this fascinating episode. Michelle tells Paul about her experiences reporting on th…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
When Perseus cut off Medusa’s head, shouldn't she have lost her power? Dr. Kate Birney says “Definitely not!” and reveals the Middle Eastern origins of this ghastly Greek monster. Dr. B also shows us how the ancient Greeks used Medusa’s terrifying power to protect themselves from evil spirits. Check out our instagram @OCCNY or search #livefrommount…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet D. A. Powell on episode 219 of The Quarantine Tapes. D. A. Powell and Paul dig into film, living through pandemics, inspiration, and so much more on this incredible two-part episode. Powell talks about his experience of the early days of the pandemic and delves into how he approaches writing about grief and loss.…
 
On episode 218 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by writer Catherine Lacey. Calling in from the closet of her home, Catherine talks with Paul about her writing process and what she has been working on lately. Catherine’s most recent book is Pew, published in January 2020. Catherine tells Paul about how her writing process for tha…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
Oliver Stone is the multiple Oscar-winning writer and director of Platoon, JFK, Born on the Fourth of July, Natural Born Killer, Midnight Express, and many other films. Born in Russia, in the Ural region, Lena Herzog moved to St Petersburg to study at the Philological Faculty to study Language and Literature. She moved to the United States in 1990,…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
Maria Popova is a reader and a writer, and writes about what she reads on The Marginalian, formerly Brain Pickings (themarginalian.org), which is included in the Library of Congress’s permanent digital archive of culturally valuable materials. She hosts The Universe in Verse—an annual celebration of science through poetry—at the interdisciplinary c…
 
Born in London, Hari Kunzru is the author of the novels The Impressionist, Transmission, My Revolutions, Gods Without Men, and White Tears, as well as a short story collection, Noise and a novella, Memory Palace. His new novel Red Pill will be published in September 2020. He is an honorary fellow of Wadham College Oxford, and has received fellowshi…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
Derecka Purnell is a lawyer, writer, organizer, and author of forthcoming Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom. She works to end police and prison violence by providing legal assistance, research, and trainings in community based organizations through an abolitionist framework. As a Skadden Fellow, she helped to buil…
 
Born in the Mojave Desert in Barstow, California, Forrest Gander grew up in Virginia and spent significant years with the poet CD Wright, in San Francisco, Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico, Eureka Springs, AR, and Providence, RI. With CD Wright, he has a son, the artist Brecht Wright Gander. Forrest holds degrees in both geology and English literature. He l…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
Chris Hedges is a Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist who was a foreign correspondent and bureau chief in the Middle East and the Balkans for fifteen years for The New York Times. He previously worked overseas for The Dallas Morning News, The Christian Science Monitor, and NPR. He is host of the Emmy Award­–nominated RT America show On Contact. Hedge…
 
Perseus has his hands full when he enters the Gorgons’ cave – and Dr. Kate Birney says it’s remarkable that our hero was able to juggle Hermes’ sword and that magical bag while brandishing Athena’s shield at the same time. In Mythlet 2, we find out more about that magical shield, which Dr. Birney says was probably like the enormous shields that Gre…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by the brilliant Melvin Gibbs on this episode of The Quarantine Tapes. They discuss the release of Melvin’s latest EP, 4 + 1 equals 5 for May 25, five tracks created in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd in May 2020. Paul and Melvin dig into Melvin’s experience visiting the site of George Floyd’s death and the i…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by Lisa Fancher on episode 205 of The Quarantine Tapes. Lisa is the owner of the independent record label Frontier Records. On this episode, she talks with Paul about the 40th anniversary of Frontier, how the label has weathered the pandemic, and what it has meant for the label to remain independent. Paul and Lisa discus…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
On episode 203 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Jacqueline Novogratz is joined by Tim Brown. Tim is the chair of design company IDEO. He speaks with Jacqueline on this two-part episode on the subjects of his changing experience of work in the past year and a half, the role of design during the pandemic, and much more. Tim offers Jacqueline his d…
 
On episode 202 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Nato Thompson. Nato’s most recent project is The Alternative Art School, an online arts program launched in 2020. Paul and Nato talk in depth about Nato’s history in the art world and this thrilling new endeavor. Nato explains what excites him about the possibilities this online…
 
Starting with Victoria’s most recent book of poems, Obit, Paul and Victoria have a fascinating and deeply considered conversation about grief, craft, and the joys of obsessions. Victoria talks about the experience of writing about her grief in Obit and how the obituary form helped to guide her process. They discuss how Obit felt suited to the grief…
 
The Quarantine Tapes es un podcast diario de Onassis LA y dublab. El programa es presentado por Paul Holdengräber. Artistas, escritoras y escritores, activistas, líderes, trabajadores y trabajadoras, pensadoras y pensadores charlan con Paul acerca de cómo pasan el tiempo en este momento histórico sin precedentes. Es una crónica de paradigmas cambia…
 
Remember the moment in Episode 2 when Hermes gives Perseus that cool sword? In our first Live from Mount Olympus Mythlet, find out what makes the sword so special – and why it has that wicked curve to it. Dr. Kate Birney, who is an expert on ancient weapons and teaches archaeology at Wesleyan University, is our guide to the mythical roots of this p…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by writer Rebecca Mead on episode 199 of The Quarantine Tapes. A longtime contributor to The New Yorker, Rebecca talks with Paul about writing and the changing experience of time under quarantine. Rebecca and Paul dig into some of her recent writing. They talk about her article, The Therapeutic Power of Gardening, and ho…
 
On episode 198 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Sasha Frere-Jones. Sasha is a music critic and writer. In his conversation with Paul, Sasha begins by discussing the past year in his life with a personal and moving account of the experience of loss under the unique circumstances of the pandemic. Paul and Sasha go on to discuss…
 
On episode 197 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Alex Vitale is joined by Amanda Alexander. Amanda is the Executive Director of the Detroit Justice Center, a non-profit law firm. She talks with Alex about the police abolition movement, the rise of “Defund the Police” last summer, and the ongoing work of community organizers within Detroit. Speaki…
 
On episode 196 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Arman Naféei. Paul and Arman discuss Los Angeles, influences, Arman’s new podcast, and much more in a lively and enthralling episode. Arman launched a music podcast a little over a year ago, Are We On Air. He explains the podcast’s origins and structure before Paul turns the tab…
 
On episode 195 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Ron Hanson. Ron is the founding editor of White Fungus, an arts magazine based in Taiwan. He talks with Paul about the successes and struggles of the COVID response in Taiwan before turning to his fascinating work with his magazine. Ron tells Paul the story of the magazine’s uni…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by Max Levine on episode 194 of The Quarantine Tapes. Max is the co-founder of Nico, the Neighborhood Investment Company in Los Angeles. Paul and Max talk about the work that Nico does to change the dynamics of property ownership and local investment within neighborhoods. They discuss Nico’s model of investment and how i…
 
Wallace Shawn started writing plays in 1967. His plays have been performed at the Public Theater and The New Group in New York and in London at the National Theatre and the Royal Court Theatre. His latest book is a long essay, NIGHT THOUGHTS. His earlier essays are collected in ESSAYS. Both books are published by Haymarket Books. Shawn became a pro…
 
On episode 192 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Kevin Young. Kevin is a poet and the new director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. As the museum prepares to reopen this spring and approaches its fifth anniversary later this year, Kevin talks about what the museum means to him, as a m…
 
On episode 191 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Rebecca Solnit. Rebecca and Paul think back to a year ago, nearly to the day, when Rebecca was sharing fairy tales online in the early days of the pandemic. She tells Paul about her upcoming book on George Orwell, Orwell’s Roses, and reflects on what kinds of connections she has…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by John Freeman on episode 190 of The Quarantine Tapes. John is an editor and writer and he talks to Paul about some of his most recent work, including the newly released There’s a Revolution Outside, My Love, an anthology edited by John and another former Quarantine Tapes guest, Tracy K. Smith. John speaks movingly to t…
 
On episode 189 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Naveen Kishore is joined by Durs Grünbein. A writer and poet from Germany, Durs talks to Naveen about his most recent book of poetry, Porcelain: Poem on the Downfall of My City. In Porcelain, Durs writes about Dresden, the city he grew up in. Durs expresses how his childhood felt determined by hist…
 
In episode 188 of the Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by author Tracy K. Smith. In this conversation, Paul and Tracy discuss the intensity of this moment in history, and explore the precision and power of poetry. Tracy describes the necessity for working together to develop a new vocabulary, and shares her thoughts about the essential…
 
Guest host Naveen Kishore is joined by journalist Nilanjana Bhowmick on episode 187 of The Quarantine Tapes. Nilanjana wrote a recent Time cover story on the women leading the farmers’ protests in India. She talks with Naveen about the hope she has seen in those protests and what it means to have women at the front of that movement. Nilanjana and N…
 
In the years of the Greek crisis from 2010 onwards, a new style emerged in Greek cinema. Named by curators and journalists “Weird Wave,” it gradually took over international audiences despite its vast diversity in themes and styles. In 2018, “The Favourite,” the latest feature film of one of Weird Wave’s pioneers, Yorgos Lanthimos, was nominated fo…
 
On episode 186 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Trevor Paglen. Trevor is an artist and he talks with Paul about surprising himself with the type of work he found himself interested in this year. They discuss his focus on flowers in his most recent project, “Bloom.” Trevor and Paul dig into how images are changing in recent ye…
 
On episode 185 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Naomi Shihab Nye returns for a conversation with actress Debra Winger. Speaking from rural New York, Debra tells Naomi about the places she has spent the past year. They talk about her unique experience of traveling to New Zealand for work and undergoing both the harsh quarantine and the freedom of…
 
Episode 180 of The Quarantine Tapes concludes the two-part special video presentation of the conversation featuring Henry Rollins, the first guest on The Quarantine Tapes one year ago. Henry Rollins joins Onassis LA Executive Director Paul Holdengräber, dublab co-founder Mark “Frosty” McNeill, and dublab Executive Director Alejandro Cohen for a soc…
 
On episode 184 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Naveen Kishore is joined by Tess Lewis. Tess is a translator and she and Naveen dig into how she has experienced translation during this time of quarantine. Tess explains how she sees translation as an act of intimacy, something she welcomes in this time of physical distance. Naveen and Tess touch …
 
On episode 183 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet and professor, Paul Muldoon. In this conversation, Paul offers a thoughtful look at his process as a poet and what it means to write work that speaks to this moment. The pair discuss some of Paul’s influences, as a writer, including T.S. Eliot and John Donne. He reads from …
 
With his first book ‘The Capitalist Unconscious’, Samo Tomšič, a philosopher and researcher at the Humboldt University in Berlin, provided a thorough account of the influence of Karl Marx on the work of French Psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. Then, in his second book, ‘The Labour of Enjoyment’, he moved even further, by proposing a fusion of the works …
 
Twenty five years ago, Stathis Gourgouris, a Professor of Classics, English and Comparative Literature published his seminal work “Dream Nation: Enlightenment, Colonization, and the Institution of Modern Greece”, in which he applied the tools of psychoanalysis and post-colonial theory in Modern Greek history. In this episode of The Archipelago, the…
 
Guest host Naomi Shihab Nye is joined by Paul Haller on episode 182 of The Quarantine Tapes. Paul is the former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center. Naomi and Paul talk about how his practice has changed in the past year, with Paul sharing how his community has been affected by this moment. As the vaccination begins to enter our lives, Paul talks…
 
In her latest book, ‘Unknown Country’ (Άγνωστη Χώρα, Πόλις, 2020), Efi Gazi, a Professor of History at the University of Peloponnese, freezes the frame halfway through the 200 years of Modern Greek History, at the turn between the 19th and the 20th century, in order to focus on a group of intellectuals who gave shape to their anti-western ideas on …
 
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