Host Jill Melancon talks to Atlanta author and musician Peter McDade about his most recent novel The Weight of Sound, as well as the new novel he is working on.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Jennah Singleton, Liz Singleton, and Brian Jeter from Dad's Garage Theatre about what it's like working behind the scenes at the Atlanta improv institution.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with voice actor Bob Carter, the man behind Shao Kahn in MORTAL KOMBAT and Balrog in STREET FIGHTER, to talk about why he always plays the bad guy.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to former Black Crowes and current Trigger Hippy drummer Steve Gorman about his new book, HARD TO HANDLE, about his time with the Crowes. We'll find out how a drummer with no experience becomes the drummer for one of the biggest bands of the 90s, how he wound up taking naps with Jimmy Page, and why he purposely left Uncle Green out of the book.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Kyle Caldwell, founder of Neighbor In Need, an organization that helps to provide home repair services to the elderly in East Lake who can no longer afford it thanks to rising property taxes.
Ben Eason speaks with Bryan Adams of Summerhill Parks.
Ben Eason interviews Lee Harrop of the Westside Future Fund.
Host Chad Radford checks in with Kevn Kinney of Drivin N Cryin.
Host Jill Melancon talks to Atlanta music legend Danny Beard about Wax N Facts, DB Records, and his induction into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Host Chad Radford interviews musician Mathis Hunter.
If you want to legalize, Ted Terry is a politician to have in your corner. The "Millennial Mayor" Ted Terry was the first to decriminalize marijuana in Georgia, starting with his city of Clarkston. Among many accomplishments during his time as Mayor, he's raised the minimum wage to $15/hour, actualized a thriving refugee community and was even on the stylish Netflix's show, Queer Eye. Tune in as Mayor Terry tells us the details of his successful career as a politician, and his next step, running for US Senate in 2020, vying for Senator David Purdue's spot.
Forget the wine pairings, Hi-Five Supper Club brings the weed pairings. Ever wonder what it'd be like to eat fine dining, in an intimate setting, with cannabis-infused nourishments? Now you can, Atlanta, but it's still off the record. This episode interviews the duo behind Hi-Five Supper Club, an underground event company thoughtfully curating dinners and events using THC. Think Vice's "Bong Appetite," but local and technically still illegal and GA. Due to the sensitivity of this episode, the voices have been disguised.
Dr. Rasean Hodges is not your average, local Georgia medical professional. Dr. Hodges openly supports medical cannabis and is currently recommending weed to patients in Georgia. Listen as he explains how he's recommending the drug even though it's still technically illegal to produce marijuana in GA, and why. The third voice chiming in is CL's podcast producer, Jacob Chisenhall.
Heather Luttrell and the Possum Den play live in the Creative Loafing archives.
Rob Milton plays a set live from the Creative Loafing archives.
Seersha plays live from the Creative Loafing archives.
Jennifer aka "Junior" and Alex Aton of Junior's Pizza talk about opening up their first brick-and-mortar shop in the rejuvenated Summerhill neighborhood. Intro music is "I Don't Wanna Be No Personal Pizza" by Personal and the Pizzas.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Doug and Val Bippert, co-owners of Ironmonger Brewing in Marietta, to find out about all the changes they've gone through lately.
Host Chad Radford speaks to Sam Eidus of Firewall Food Shop.
Host Jill Melancon talks to Brand Coordinator Aaron Williams and Brewmaster Peter Kiley from Monday Night Brewing about their expansion over the past few years.
Interview with filmmaker Raymond Carr.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with actor/writer/director/producer/casting agent Chad Darnell, stunt man Philip Dido, actress Suehyla El Attar, actor Jayson Warner Smith, and talent agent Jana Van Dyke to talk about how the Atlanta film business has changed over the past ten years, what the myths of being a working actor are, and what it takes to do what they do.
Interview with filmmaker Tiffani Jai.