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THE PUBERTY PODCAST weaves together scientific research, parenting strategies, and hilarious stories to help guide adults who are raising kids through puberty. Each episode takes on one piece of this messy journey, offering both kids and adults practical, actionable advice. Join Dr. Cara Natterson and Vanessa Kroll Bennett -- puberty experts in the midst of parenting their own tweens and teens -- for the WHAT and the HOW of getting through adolescence.
 
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Sorry for my absence. I have four podcasts almost ready to go. This book is fascinating. We all know about Busby's fab extravaganza's but not too much about his turbulant life. It sure was crazy. If you love his art, will you love Buzz's life?? Check it out. #classichollywood #busbyberkley #Oldhollywoodmusicals #JeffreySpivak #classic Hollywood #Bu…
 
Most parents say they just want their kids to be happy. What if happiness comes when we find our “Unicorn Space” – a place at the intersection of purpose and meaning? In our conversation with Eve Rodsky, author of Unicorn Space and New York Times bestseller Fair Play, we explore how our expectations of our adolescents, our communication styles and …
 
The London-based Vermont-born singer/fiddler/banjoist/guitarist and scion of a family of shape-note singers, Sam Amidon, has a reputation for having collected, re-imagined, and performed American traditional tunes or other folk music, in addition to collaborations with Kronos Quartet and composer Nico Muhly. In spring of 2017, Amidon released his f…
 
Join The Podcast Patreon In this two hour bumper episode I review twenty seven movies and eleven TV series. I also have a chat about the new Scream movie with guest Paul "Podcast" Waller of A Year In Horror podcast, Different Times podcast and singer with heavy as all hell OHHMSIn this two hour bumper episode I review twenty seven movies and twelve…
 
Songwriter Aimee Mann left her successful major label band Til Tuesday back in the early 1990's and never looked back. Her stunning recording resume includes classic songs from "Magnolia," include the Oscar-nominated "Save Me", as well as numerous records, released on her own label. Many of her slow, bruising, crafty, and catchy songs may shine wit…
 
Everything you ever wanted to know about period products and were afraid to ask, from the old standby pads and tampons to brand new disruptors like menstrual cups and period underwear. This entertaining and informative tutorial walks through the many ways menstruators can catch their flow. Visit OOMLA to shop thoughtfully designed (OOM)Bras! Produc…
 
Beirut-based indie-rock band Mashrou’ Leila tackles taboo topics - political corruption, same-sex love, religion (inter-religious marriage), and Middle Eastern feminism. Their catchy and danceable Arabic pop songs are full of guitars, drum machines, samples, violin and frontman Hamed Sinno’s sensual voice. In the years since they first formed in 20…
 
It's a new year and a new way to start it with a crossover Podcast. In this episode I chat with hosts of the award winning "A Gay & A Non Gay" podcast James Barr and Dan Hudson. Whilst we cover many topics and issues during this conversation the main subject is their BBC Documentary "Sashay To Hell" which documents their trip to Bloodstock Festival…
 
Today's guest is live concert photo artist and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Kyle Kazlaw. Kyle's photo art is insanely popular and is quickly gaining traction in the music scene . We had an awesome chat about his photos, the artists and bands he's captured (Overkill, False Prophet, Druid Lord, Massacre, Immolation, and more), the recent Living Mon…
 
The Mexican singer-songwriter and arranger Silvana Estrada offers poeticism and a fresh take on traditional folk music resulting in a deeply heartfelt and lyrical sound which may tug at the heartstrings. A multi-instrumentalist raised in a musical home in the mountain town of Veracruz, she plays the Venezuelan cuatro (a four-stringed guitar) in man…
 
Our episode with Henry + Zoe Winkler is a father/daughter master class on how grandparents play loving, supportive and epicenter-of-fun roles in their grandchildren’s lives. If we’re lucky, children have grandparents who can act as an extra set of trusted adults, helping them navigate the twists and turns of childhood. But every parent knows that w…
 
Guitarist and singer Margaret Glaspy released her album Emotions and Math in 2016, and promptly found herself on a whole bunch of year-end lists of the best albums of the year, including those of the New York Times and NPR. It’s not hard to hear why – at times Glaspy snarls her way through love’s trials and travails, while her guitar snarls and thu…
 
John Doe is a musician, actor, and author, and one of the founding fathers of the L.A. punk scene with his band X, which continues to this day. He has co-authored and collected first-hand accounts of L.A. punk experiences in the book, Under the Big Black Sun. John Doe has also done country and folk music with his other band The Knitters, and releas…
 
In this episode we tackle the complex challenges in trying to achieve body positivity in puberty with Zoe Bisbing, psychotherapist and co-founder of The Full Bloom Project, a body positive parenting resource. Zoe offers a thoughtful approach to all of the fraught topics around weight and body image during adolescence, as well as guidelines - and tr…
 
The west coast-based sound-maker and experimenter Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith weaves melodic patterns and pulses, using various analogue synthesizers – like the rare EMS Synthi 100 synthesizer, a vintage Buchla modular synthesizer, earning her a fun title as a composer and producer – “synthesist.” On Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith's 2017 album, The Kid, she craft…
 
Hey everyone, I did seven tries. This is gonna have to do it. When talking about Ed Asner I meant midlife crisis. Eddie Muller would look swell in jeans with Oxford shirt. Hedy Lamarr alleged that Clark Gable during a break from filming Boomtown, came into her room and started sucking her toes.. HA!! Be back with another True Stories Of Tinseltown …
 
Happy New Year! Welcome back to The Wasteland, hope you all had a great holiday season! I'm excited to get this New Year launched by sharing a conversation with Gary Groves, bassist and co-conspirator for the UK-based Metal Maelstrom Coalition. In addition to talking about all things MMC (Including their impressive roster of both present and upcomi…
 
Join Podcast Patreon In the final part of this trilogy we discuss Mark's intervening years working with Motörhead and how he was escorted from a back stage party by Lars no less! Finally we end up back where we started and he tells us about reaching out to and working with Metallica again on their fortieth anniversary. This Is Bay Area Bollocks. Vi…
 
Listen to London’s Afrofuturist jazz masters Sons of Kemet, New York-based poet, composer, and stutterer JJJJJerome Ellis, and the custom baritone guitar of South African Guy Buttery. AND you must see and hear the prepared guitar of Sardinian composer, ethnomusicologist, and instrument builder Paolo Angeli, who filmed a beautiful remote session on …
 
In this episode the doods continue their quest to figure out which random character is the most powerful. They began with 32 characters of average strength in a previous podcast and now they are taking the strongest characters they could think of from anime, marvel, nintendo, Microsoft, dreamworks, DC comics, and even cartoon network. Its an epic e…
 
Hear/Watch some of the 2021 highlights for the Soundcheck Podcast by Amsterdam-based Turkish psych band Altin Gün, London pianist and soundscape artist Neil Cowley, composer/vocalist/pianist Samora Pinderhughes’ art/protest songs, and Guatemalan cellist Mabe Fratti. Plus, singer and guitarist Torres and her band, live from The Greene Space. - Caryn…
 
I want to thank you all for listening to me. You are all the best. Merry Christmas, if You don't celebrate Christmas, Happy Saturday and if for some reason you are alone, by choice or circumstances, get a pizza and EAT EVERY SLICE, or dance and sing. That always makes me feel better, unfortunately my neighbors don't appreciate my musical and dance …
 
Los Angeles-born, Virginia-based singer-songwriter Angelica Garcia harnesses some country-blues twang, playing songs from her debut full-length, "Medicine for Birds," live, with her full band, in the studio. She taps into the magnolia trees, starry skies, and the ghosts of gothic Americana, written in her newfound isolation of a dusty old parish ho…
 
Join Podcast Patreon In part one of this trilogy we discuss Designer Mark Devito's early years and his involvement in the birth of the bay area scene painting backdrops for Legacy, to how he went on to design merch and album covers for Motorhead & many more as well as working with Metallica. This is an informative chat about the beginnings of the s…
 
For any parent wondering how to talk to younger kids about their bodies, Kelly Fradin (AKA) @adviceigivemyfriends is an amazing resource. Conversations about changing bodies really should start before bodies morph - Kelly walks through what to say when and how. Plus, in this episode you’ll get a peek into the talks pediatricians have with tweens an…
 
Sam Lee is much more than a musician - he's a storyteller. In "Blackbird," from his album The Fade In Time, his deep croons and intricate vocals breathe life into forgotten stories, drawing you into a colorful and heart-wrenching world. The album title is appropriate, since he collects traditional English songs and repurposes them for a new place a…
 
Lou Reed. Dr. John. Bruce Springsteen. John Cale. Levon Helm. Garland Jeffreys has collaborated with all of them, and his gravelly voice, roots-rock DNA, and trenchant writing has always channeled the best bits of each of them. A recording artist since the 1960s, Brooklyn native Jeffreys has had more career ups (and downs) than most artists can dre…
 
Join The Podcast Patreon In this episode I get chance to catch up properly with old friend Gary Holt. it is many, many years since Gary and I toured together but those bonds are never broken and we had a good time talking all things new album, Zet's vocals, Tom's drums and of course GUITARS! We got to talk about life in general too! There is also a…
 
We sit down with the original author of The Cara and Keeping of You, Valorie Schaefer, who describes in technicolor how the first volume of The Care and Keeping of You came to be and her personal journey writing a cult classic book about puberty. Show Notes: The Care and Keeping of You The Care and Keeping of You 2 Dynamo Puberty Workshops & Visit …
 
London-based dance music artist, classically trained pianist/composer, and Chicago native Kate Simko, along with the London Electronic Orchestra, combine harp, violin, cello & laptop, live in the studio. Layers of clubby electronics and keyboards support delicate harp, violin and cello melodies. Altogether, the result is a buoyant, airy, and uplift…
 
Singer, guitarist, songwriter, and label owner, Jennifer O’Connor has gone from acoustic guitar to plugged-in rockenroll band and now to crafting nostalgic-sounding Logic-based songs in her 20-year career. Her latest album is the perhaps misleadingly-titled Born at the Disco, recorded in large part by O’Connor herself at home, upending her usual pr…
 
Boze has been on the show I believe three times. This is Boze's 28th book.. WOWSA. It's very good and lots of info on Elvis. Its quotes people who knew him in childhood, just starting out, becoming a sensation all the way through his death. I learned a lot of things I never knew. Yes, he shot guns at TV's, and had a very young Priscilla move in wit…
 
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