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Beautifully eloquent, unquestionably enjoyable and easily listened to, The Tim and Hayden Show is a bastion of modern comedic talent. Shows take the form of a healthy cocktail of topical, cultural and anecdotal items that grant us, the listener, a unique insight into the laugh out loud thoughts of Tim, the intellectual incisiveness and cutting humour of Hayden and the chemistry that binds them and makes the podcast a uniquely successful creation. 5 stars is deserved. - The Guardian (lol joke ...
 
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Every Sunday, Snacky Tunes co-hosts Darin and Greg Bresnitz--brothers since birth, dance music DJ partners, dim sum lovers and whiskey aficionados--explore and celebrate the cultural convergence of music and food. Tune in as they stir up conversation with the world's top gastronomic talents, while also plugging in the amps for the best of this generation's up-and-coming musicians.
 
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We sit down with nominated James Beard Rising Chef Ana Castro. Her new Mexican tasting menu restaurant, Lengua Madre, just landed on the New York Times 2021 List of Restaurants they are most excited about. We trace her journey from Mexico City to India to New York to Copenhagen and finally New Orleans, where she now calls home. She wants her guests…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_episode_779_Terrain_2021.mp3 download Live from the block party for the 2021 Terrain Biennial with guests Richard Medina, Sadie Woods, DJ Gino, Ahmed Ozsever… And Ryan Peter Miller? What better way to honor our friend Sabina Ott! http://www.richardmedina.com/paintings.html http://www.sadiewoods.co…
 
Live from the block party for the 2021 Terrain Biennial with guests Richard, Medina, Sadie Woods, DJ Gino, Ahmed Ozsever... And Ryan Peter Miller? What better way to honor our friend Sabina Ott! http://www.richardmedina.com/paintings.html http://www.sadiewoods.com/ https://www.facebook.com/djgino.it/ https://www.acprintprojects.net/about…
 
We are joined by Alex Phaneuf & Or Amsalam, co-owners & co-operators of Lodge Bread Co. Full Proof Pizza and Hasiba. They share their story of their rise into the LA bread scene, along with their humble beginnings baking in their backyard. They chat about the music that got them through those early days and their contribution to the growing pizza s…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_778_Earthly_Observatory.mp3 download Should we be more depressed about accelerating climate change or optimistic for human potential in a time of crisis? This week Jesse and Brian talk through the surprising artworks featured in Earthly Observatory with curators Giovanni Aloi and Andrew S.…
 
We sit down for a can of cider with Soham Bhatt, the co-founder of Artifact Cider Project. We talk all things New England, including heritage apple varieties, their new tasting room and how his background in bio-tech allows them to make experimental cider! We also chat about how Artifact is working to make the cider scene more diverse and open. The…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_777_Chicago_Art_Department.mp3 download Today on Bad at Sportscenter, Jesse and Ryan are joined by some of the stars that form the constellation that post-latin-loqui astroscholars are calling This Is What We Know So Far, an exhibition open now at Chicago Art Department: artists Liz McCart…
 
Today on Bad at Sportscenter, Jesse and Ryan are joined by some of the stars that form the constellation that post-latin-loqui astroscholars are calling This Is What We Know So Far, an exhibition open now at Chicago Art Department: artists Liz McCarthy, Sara Condo, Leo Kaplan and curator Erin Nixon. Along with Chicago faves Mike Lopez and Ben Drigg…
 
Sol Han, the chef behind LittleMad, the recently opened Korean-American restaurant in Koreatown in partnership with HAND Hospitality. Chef Sol was born in Korea and raised in New York, and spent the last decade working in acclaimed New York restaurants, including Michelin-starred Le CouCou, and Ai Fiori under James Beard award-nominated Michael Whi…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_776_Teresa_Silva_and_Holly_Cahill.mp3 download This week we check in on Tiger Strikes Asteroid with curators Teresa Silva and Holly Cahill. we examine collective art action, the network, Mana contemporary art space, and the half 46 person group show “It Feels Like The First Time.” https://…
 
This week we check in on Tiger Strikes Asteroid with curators Teresa Silva and Holly Cahill. we examine collective art action, the network, Mana contemporary art space, and the half 46 person group show "It Feels Like The First Time." https://www.artsy.net/show/mana-contemporary-tiger-strikes-asteroid-it-feels-like-the-first-time?sort=partner_show_…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_775_Seitu_Hayden.mp3 download Seitu Hayden. Chicago illustrator extraordinaire and long time indie comic supporter. We talk about his 50 years in the independent publishing spaces, black comics, and some of the bright lights that made the scene happen. Hayden’s works were included in the M…
 
This week we continue our summer of comic investigation with Seitu Hayden. Chicago illustrator extraordinaire and long time indie comic supporter. We talk about his 50 years in the independent publishing spaces, black comics, and some of the bright lights that made the scene happen. Hayden's works were included in the MCA's Chicago Comics:1960 to N…
 
On a special food only episode of Snacky Tunes, Greg talks with two of his closest friends about their entry into the culinary world after a professional career in the music industry. Travis Hayden is a music business industry veteran turned chef. He’s worked in Michelin star kitchens and is the founder of Cali Bolo and El Travieso Burger. Luis Cer…
 
Back in March of 2018 we sat down with Vanda Asapahu of Ayara Thai for what would be, unbeknownst to us, our last in person interview for a long, long, long time. Somehow in the shuffle of the world shutting down, we misplaced the interview...until now! It’s a beautiful tale of family, food and building a special place for community and also is a s…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_774_Chris_Ware_and_Tim_Samuelson.mp3 download …meanwhile, in the least mysterious city on the planet (apparently Chicago), Duncan and Ryan panel with the overmodest Artist/Cartoonist Chris Ware and Chicago’s cultural historian emeritus Tim Samuelson about the storied origins of the Chicago…
 
…meanwhile, in the least mysterious city on the planet (apparently Chicago), Duncan and Ryan panel with the overmodest Artist/Cartoonist Chris Ware and Chicago’s cultural historian emeritus Tim Samuelson about the storied origins of the Chicago comic scene. In this harrowing episode our protagonists discuss a triumvirate of collaborative projects: …
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/badatsports/Bad_at_Sports_Episode_773_Jessica_Campbell.mp3 download This week we are joined by the great cartoonist and brilliant artist Jessica Campbell. Campbell’s cartoons and relief sculptures are on view at Chicago’s MCA as part of Comics in Chicago: 1960s to Now. She also has an upcoming exhibition at Western Exhibit…
 
This week we are joined by the great cartoonist and brilliant artist Jessica Campbell. Campbell's cartoons and relief sculptures are on view at Chicago's MCA as part of Comics in Chicago: 1960s to Now. She also has an upcoming exhibition at Western Exhibitions Gallery in Chicago and a graphic novel about to drop from Drawn & Quarterly, "Rave."…
 
This week Bad @ Sports Center is winnowed down to skeleton crew, with Ryan Peter Miller chewing the fat with the ever vital Diana Guerrero-Maciá. Fresh from receiving a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in Fine Arts, Guerrero-Maciá discusses her studio practice which includes slow-craft processes in painting, textiles, drawing, print, and sculptural…
 
This week’s food guests are Tamy Rofe and Felipe Donnelly, husband and wife team behind beloved Colonia Verde in Fort Greene and newly opened Disco Tacos in Williamsburg. Felipe, a Colombian chef who spent his childhood throughout Spain, Brazil and Mexico, and Tamy, a sommelier, worked for award-winning global advertising agencies for more than a d…
 
Today’s episode is all about community and we’re spending time in two of our favorite cities to celebrate! First up we’re in Chicago, sitting down with Jenner Tomaska (Executive Chef & Owner) and Katrina Bravo (Creative Director & Owner), who are on the precipice of opening their first restaurant, Esmé. They share their vision of changing the perce…
 
On today’s episode, we sit down with Tim Wiechmann, the award-winning chef and restaurateur (and musician) behind some of Boston's most beloved restaurants, including Bronwyn, T&B Wood-Fired and Turenne Bagels. A first generation German-American, Tim played guitar professionally with jazz and blues musicians like Ron Levy and Melvin Sparks througho…
 
This week Bad at Sports attempts to get to the bottom of whether foundation.app is a marketplace, a platform, or a cultural hall. Dana Bassett and Duncan MacKenzie are joined by Kayvon Tehranian, CEO and Lindsay Howard, Head of Community who are lighting our way towards how artists can get paid for their content while creating a new way to sell and…
 
On today’s episode, we sit down with one of our favorite LA chefs, Andy Doubrava, who currently oversees the kitchen of Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon. We chat about the restaurant’s role as an enduring neighborhood spot, his deepening relationship with farmer’s market purveyors and his advice for what he looks for in hiring chefs. We also head into …
 
We catch up with Nathan Hazard, owner and proprietor of Littlebear Bottleshop, located in the San Bernardino mountains. We took about his journey from the music industry to the beverage world, the winding path that took him out of LA and how his new store is the ultimate COVID pivot. Then we dip into our archives for one of delicious electronic per…
 
In what feels like a throwback episode Ryan and Duncan record IRL with Holly Holmes and Tom Burtonwood. We explore the legacy of Sabina Ott, the future for the Terrain Biennial and its 2021 iteration, then we talk through what is going on in their studios and focus around their exploration of the NFT artwork space. https://terrainexhibitions.org/ h…
 
On this week’s episode, we chat all things culinary and challah with LA based food stylist & photographer, Aliza J. Sokolow. Our conversation takes us to the start of her career in food during the 2009 financial crisis, as she shares tips about her professional journey, her pivots during an impressive career and her continuing work with charity. Sh…
 
This week on the B@S, Stella Brown and Nick Wylie join Jesse and Brian to talk about Buddy — the new artist-run shop/gallery/venue at the Chicago Cultural Center that features works and products by more than 220 artists — and Co-Prosperity Catskill — the new exhibition space in the Hudson Valley. These two new projects from the Public Media Institu…
 
As we ease back into drinks with friends, we are joined by our newest friend and rum entrepreneur, Marc Farrell. In summer 2019, young Trinidadian entrepreneur Marc, a Harvard Biz alum + Starbucks' youngest ever VP, set out on his own to challenge expectations around rum in the U.S. and reinvigorate the way people taste, experience and talk about t…
 
We sat down with the legendary LA Hainan Chicken Whisperer, Johnny Lee, to talk about his restaurant, Pearl River Deli. We discuss growing up in East LA, his perspective on cooking Chinese food and the upcoming plans for his dinner menu. Then we sit down with brothers Keaton & Kacey of Raised on TV to chat about their new album, “Fernando” and to e…
 
On today’s episode Dana and Ryan join painter Christina Quarles [in person!] to discuss her eponymous exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. We talk painting (of course), and discuss pandemic cancellations and inspirations. We hope you enjoy the sound of face-to-face conversation and Christina’s giggles as much as we enjoyed recordin…
 
This week we can catch up with the preeminent American Art Critic, Ben Davis from Art Net and talk about NFTs and whether this really is the future the hype demands, or whether this is a long con grift. Ben Davis - http://www.benadavis.com/ Art Net - https://news.artnet.com/ Nifty Gateway - https://niftygateway.com/ Foundation.App - https://foundat…
 
Bay Area native David Nayfeld is the Executive Chef and Co-Owner of the award-winning restaurants Che Fico and Che Fico Alimentari in San Francisco. Nayfeld boasts a venerable restaurant pedigree having worked alongside some of the most esteemed names in the industry. In 2018, Nayfeld opened his first restaurant, Che Fico, which features Italian cu…
 
This week we returned with Carrie Secrist and the Carrie Secrist Gallery (CSG.) A long time pillar of Chicago's south loop CSG began a significant shift and radically changed how they were doing exhibitions as the pandemic was just kicking off. We check in with the gallery's founder to learn about this adventure and how it has impacted gallery arti…
 
Leslie Merinoff is the co-founder of Matchbook Distilling Co. in upstate New York. This small batch, bespoke distillery comes with the intention of coaxing spirits into being from the ground up. Art d’Ecco joins us to talk about his new record, In Standard Definition. A concept album about entertainment. Like channels on an old television set - eac…
 
We check back with New Orleans hero Devin De Wulf, who we met last year through his efforts of Feed the Front Line. He catches us up on his teams’ year of activism and new efforts. His new focus (of which there are many) is Feed the Second Line, which focuses on elders in the community, and Nola Bean Coin, a local currency to save the Big Easy’s fa…
 
Greg & Darin were invited to sit down with Print: A Bookstore to chat about their book, Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon). They were joined with writer & restaurateur Briana Volk, to talk about food, music and share some insights from putting the book together. Check out Print: A Bookstore for more of their…
 
International Pizza Consultant and longtime friend of the show, Anthony Falco, stops by for a hang. We talk about his career, which has taken him from Brooklyn to all over the globe, discuss what makes a great white pizza and get the skinny on his brand new cookbook, Pizza Czar. In the second half of the show, we dig into our archives and revisit o…
 
On this harrowing episode of Bad at SportsCenter, we talk with photographer Stephanie Burke. Her ongoing series of photographs is a visual exploration of lost opportunities at Parks College. Founded in 1927 by Oliver “Lafe” Parks, Parks College was a nexus of aviation development throughout the 20th century. When the Parks College program was moved…
 
The Mediterranean Dish is the leading online resource for cooking spanning the breadth of the Mediterranean region, from South of Europe to North Africa and the Middle East. Suzy Karadsheh, a native of Port Said, Egypt, now living in Atlanta, launched the Mediterranean Dish inspired in part by her mother’s Egyptian cooking and her mother-in-law’s L…
 
This special episode is a live recording of the World's Biggest Family Meal, a global hospitality gathering supporting the food industry. We joined WBFM’s founder and host, Leiti Hsu, in a lively conversation with Lara Gilmore and Chef Massimo Bottura about music, food and the couple’s important work with their Food for Soul project. Food for Soul …
 
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