The Stream Feeding Atlanta


Schedule

Artist Spotlight

08:30 am

Jonathan Merenivitch of Shepherds previews the band upcoming album 'Insignificant Whip.'

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Dr. Dax's Mixdown

08:00 am

The first episode: "Disputed Truth"

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Arts & Culture

09:00 am

Interview with the Director of the High Museum, talking the esteemed past and future of the organization.

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Musician Spotlight

09:30 am

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Dish on the Dish

10:00 am

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ATLiens

10:30 am

Time to Party Season 2 Episode 27 Go ahead and grab a beer, ATL Jo is still celebrating winning the Open Cup! Two cups in two weeks. It's been a heck of a run for the 5 stripes and we hope to use the momentum Saturday against second place Philly to secure our place at the top of the east. It's time for the international break so get caught up on who will be off playing for their country and what the next few weeks look like for Atlanta United.

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Culture Makers

11:00 am

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Neighborhoods

11:45 am

Interview with Jessie Hayden of Briarlake Forrest Park

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Live From the Archives

12:00 pm

Heather Luttrell and the Possum Den played the Archives on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.

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Arts & Culture

12:30 pm

In early October, 2019, Atlanta-based choreographer George Staib and his dance company Staibdance present the world premiere of "fence", their most political and socially driven work to date. Staib and collaborator Sarah Hillmer talk about the personal and political struggles that inspired "fence" and different creative elements that we combined and blended to great this dance work about what takes our personal power, and how we reclaim it.

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Artist Spotlight

01:30 pm

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Friends in High Places

02:30 pm

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. He's vying for Senator David Purdue's spot, a seat IMO in desperate need of relevant perspective.

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The Big Interview

02:00 pm

Interview with Mitchell Silver of NYC Dept. of Parks & Recreation

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Culture Makers

03:00 pm

An interview with Spencer Garn of the Diamond Street Players and Diamond Street Studio.

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Scene Diagnostics

04:30 pm

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Atlanta Books

05:00 pm

Q&A with Stephen Kearse, author of 'In the Heat of the Light'

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Musician Spotlight

05:30 pm

In October, Blair Crimmins & the Hookers team up with The Bert Show co-host Davi Crimmins to host a month-long residency every other Thursday at Paris on Ponce. Crimmins recently stopped by CL's Short Notice studio to talk with Chad Radford about his residency, children's music project, Captain Crimmins and the Story Boat Band, and the origin story behind his ragtime jazz band and stage persona. Press play!

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Arts & Culture

05:45 pm

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Friends in High Places

07:00 pm

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. If you are a NARC, please focus your efforts on the growing heroin epidemic.

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Arts & Culture

05:45 pm

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Dish on the Dish

06:00 pm

Former CL music intern Aja Arnold dropped by Short Notice Studio to talk with Chad Radford about the new publication she's launched, "The Mainline." The zine's mission is to function as a community-based organization that examines music, news, and the human condition from the ground up. Issue no. 1 is on the streets now, and iss. no. 2 is on the way. Press play to hear the conversation.

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First Draft

06:30 pm

CL's First Draft columnist Alex Patton talks with Beer Guys Radio. Georgia podcasters Brian Hewitt and Tim Dennis discuss the local craft beer industry.

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Food Culture in ATL

07:30 pm

Jim Auchmutey discusses 'Smokelore: A Short History of Barbecue in America'

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CLiKS

08:00 pm

CLiKS EP 1: Interview with filmmaker Tiffani Jai about her documentary film 'Longing For'

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Photo Cast

08:30 pm

A conversation with Jeff Hagerman, author of "Abandoned Atlanta" Vol. 1 & 2 Photographer Jeff Hagerman talks about his adventures in photographing Atlanta's forgotten infrastructure. Photo by Sergio Martinez.

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ATLWood

09:00 pm

Clarice Jensen, the composer, cellist, and Artistic Director with the Brooklyn-based ACME - that's the American Contemporary Music Ensemble - has a new cassette release out via Geographic North, titled Drone Studies. The two pieces that make up this release, titled "The Organ that Made You Bleed" and "One Bee" show off an improvisational and naturally expressive tonal exploration that veers away from the compositional works she's created with ACME, and via collaborations with artists such as Jóhann Jóhannsson, Max Richter, A Winged Victory for the Sullen, Dustin O'halloran, Stars of the Lid, and more. Drone Studies is out Sept. 6. I met up with Jensen and Jonathan Turner at Knoxville, Tennessee's Big Ears festival in March of 2019, where we discussed these two side-long pieces and their relationship to her body of work. Photo by Ryuhei Shindo. Learn more about Clarice Jensen's "Drone Studies" tape at claricejensen.bandcamp.com/album/drone-studies

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