Host Edward McNally speaks to Rachel May of Synchonicity Theatre and Dr David Thompson of Agnes Scott College about how they are working together to train new theatre artists and leaders.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Sarah Marks, president of the new Doraville Arts Council, about her goal of building a giant lighter to commemorate the recording of "Free Bird" in her city.
Vernal & Sere Theatre's new adaptation of Alfred Jarry's notorious Ubu Roi reimagines King Ubu as a headmaster walking the halls of an American high school, UBU is equal parts Shakespearean parody, political satire, and absurdist comedy. Host Edward McNally talks to director Sawyer Estes and company co-founder (and Estes romantic partner) Erin Boswell, who plays Queen Ubu in the riotous new production at the Windmill Art Center in East Point, Feb 13 – Mar 1.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Karen Anderson Singer, the artist behind Tiny Doors ATL about what drew her to miniatures.
Host Ben Eason sits down witih Bryan Adams of Summerhill Parks.
Host Jill Melancon speaks to Chelsea Arkin and John Dirga of the Cabbagetown Neighborhood Improvement Association to talk about what makes Cabbagetown so unique.
Host Ben Eason speaks to Jessie Hayden of Briarlake Forest Park.
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.
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. Host Chad Radford met up with Jensen and Jonathan Turner at Knoxville, Tennessee's Big Ears festival in March of 2019, where they discussed these two side-long pieces and their relationship to her body of work.
Host Chad Radford talks to Amy Wilson, an Atlanta-based conductor who is the Artistic Director of the Atlanta Philharmonic Orchestra (APO), a volunteer community orchestra based in Decatur, and Conductor of the Atlanta Contemporary Ensemble (ACE), a mixed chamber music group specializing in avant-garde music and the pioneering of living composers.
Host Chad Radford talks with Andy Browne and Lucy Theodora about the philosophy of punk, personal identity, and the Andy Browne Troupe's latest single, "Jane Goodall."
Joe Salome of The Georgia Hemp Company talks CBD and the cannabis industry with host Ema Carr.
Host Ema Carr speaks to Kwanza Hall about the Medical Marijuana Law in GA, and about being a "Cannabis Consultant."
Host Ema Carr speaks to Aviva and the Flying Penguins, who some of you may know her for her hit song, "Cannabis Car," which helped expand her awareness of hemp across the nation. Aviva believes we should all be driving cars that run on cannabis and growing home hemp gardens for salads, paper, clothing.
Gumbo Rivers plays live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
Wren and the Ravens play live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
The Titos play live in the Creative Loafing archives room.
Daughter Snow plays live from the Creative Loafing archives room.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with brewmaster Trevor Jones from Sceptre Brewing in Oakhurst and finds out about his brewing philosophy and why IPAs are so damn popular.
Host Hilary Cadigan speaks to Brittany Love, the woman behind Free Birds Vegan Bakery about her acclaimed vegan peanut butter chocolate chip cookies.
Author Jim Auchmutey speaks live from the Carter Center about his new book SMOKELORE: A SHORT HISTORY OF BBQ IN AMERICA.
Host Jill Melancon sits down with Jason Santamaria, co-owner and brewmaster of Second Self Beer Co in West Midtown to talk about what makes that Thai Wheat taste so good and about their foray into CBD infused sparkling water.
Host Ben Eason ruminates on Atlanta's role in the modern film and television industry with special guest, Jennifer Long. With her previous experience on MTV Networks, The Weather Channel and NUVO TV, Long is a seasoned vet of the entertainment industry and currently serves as the executive director and WIFTA - Women in Film and Television of Atlanta.
Host Chad Radford Interviews Vanessa Ionta Wright of the Women in Horror FIlm Festival.
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.