Hello Somebody
Hello Somebody
Oct 29, 2020
Let's Act with Susan Sarandon (Revisited)
52 min

Go VOTE! With the election near, we’re re-releasing this activating episode with Susan Sarandon:

Nina holds a sister-girl chat with Actor-vist, Susan Sarandon (aka #SSEnterprise). Banking on hope and with open hearts (although heavy with today’s environment), these two hell-raisers discuss what it means to act for magnificent change; to not be intimidated by power; to invent a new democracy and to question - why is Tarzan – Lord of the African Jungle – white? Hello Somebody.

This episode offers an intimate view into a friendship that began with activism yet continues to grow with love of self and one another, while fighting for the greater good.

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Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine
Episode 161: For Matt Lincoln of Fremont, Brewing Fresh Hop Beers is a Labor of Love
Seattle’s Fremont Brewing (https://www.fremontbrewing.com) is known for fresh hop beers, and over the past decade they’ve engaged in a level of problem solving (on both the logistical and technical sides) that is relatively unparalleled. What started as a small organic experiment with a well-established hop farm has turned into a yearly logistical dance, as harvesters, trucks, and brew staff work in concert to pick hops at the right time, transport them at the right temperature, and get them into batches at just the right moment. In this episode, Director of Brewing Operations Matt Lincoln (who has been with the brewery since day one) explains both the operational challenges the brewery faces to tackle such an ambitious fresh hop program, and how they manage fresh hops through the brewing process. Whether it’s planning their brewing volume based on the season’s yield, using their lauter tun as a hop back with moving rakes to aid extraction, or tweaking temperatures to insure the best outcomes, Fremont has learned much the past decade of brewing these beers at scale. The conversation also moves through how the brewery’s approach to hoppy beers has evolved, pushing more and more hot side hops into the whirlpool to retain aromatics while still achieving the right amount of isomerization for their unapologetically bitter IPAs. Yeast expression is of particular importance, as is managing hop creep, and Lincoln discusses both in depth. Later, he pivots to discuss their approach to barrel aging and blending beers like B-Bomb that have earned the brewery much acclaim. Fresh hop beers are expensive to make with difficult challenges to overcome as brewers and growers manage tricky constraints in time and temperature, but few breweries brew them as well as Fremont does. When you listen to Lincoln explain it, you’ll understand why. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): Nearly 2,000 breweries across the US, Canada & Mexico partner with G&D Chillers. Innovative, Modular Designs and no proprietary parts propel G&D ahead as the premier choice for your glycol chilling needs. Breweries you recognize—Russian River, Ninkasi, Jacks Abby, Samuel Adams, and more—trust G&D to chill the beer you love! Call G&D Chillers to discuss your project today or reach out directly at Gdchillers.com (http://www.Gdchillers.com) BSG (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/) This episode is brought to you by Rahr North Star Pils. A new base malt to set your compass by. Rahr North Star Pils is crafted for brewers looking for a domestic pilsner malt with low color and low modification. North Star Pils carries overtones of honey and sweet bread, supported by flavors and aromas of hay and nutty character. Suitable for any beer style, but particularly craft brewed versions of classic lagers. Let Rahr North Star Pils guide your craft by visiting BSGCraftbrewing.com (https://bsgcraftbrewing.com/), or contact BSG at 1.800.374.2739. Quantiperm (https://quantiperm.com): Tired of the trial-and-error carbonation processes? Then look at our innovative automated carbonation systems for precise carbonation. These systems handle wide flow ranges to accommodate all your beer, wine, soda, or cider styles. You can even carbonate and directly send the product to a packaging line without tankage! Besides carbonation, QuantiPerm offers robust and economical systems for nitrogenation and water deoxygenation. All our systems have an easy-to-use graphical user interface with reports and graphs that you can pull up on your mobile device. Visit quantiperm.com (https://quantiperm.com) for more information. Grandstand (https://egrandstand.com/catalog/category/view/id/179): Grandstand is your source for the latest trends in branded drinkware, apparel and promotional items. We make your job easy by serving as your one-stop-shop for everything you need to outfit your taproom and fans. Current trends include to-go drinkware, tie dye prints and portable coolers. Visit egrandstand.com/lookbook (https://egrandstand.com/catalog/category/view/id/179) to see what’s trending. ABS Commercial (https://www.abs-commercial.com): ABS Commercial is excited to be a part of today’s Podcast! ABS is a full brewery outfitter offering brewhouses, tanks, keg washers and small parts. ABS wanted to do something fun for the craft beer industry, so they are giving away an ABS Keg Viking Keg Washer LIVE on December 5th, which happens to be national repeal day. To enter, go to www.abs-commercial.com (https://www.abs-commercial.com), click on “Keg Viking” page and fill out the contest form for your chance to win!
1 hr 19 min
Black Agenda Radio
Black Agenda Radio
Progressive Radio Network
Black Agenda Radio - 11.23.20
Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Margaret Kimberley, along with my co-host Glen Ford. Coming up: Community Control of police -- We’ll hear from two advocates of making cops accountable to the people. Colin Kaepernick demands freedom for Mumia Abu Jamal. And, a former political prisoner is briefly jailed for registering to vote. But first – Native Americans say the holiday “Thanksgiving” is a celebration of genocide at the hands of European invaders, and should be replaced by a National Day Mourning. We spoke with Nick Estes, an activist member of the Sioux nation who teaches American Studies at the University of New Mexico. Black Psychology students at Bowie State University, in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC, last week held a panel discussion on Police Brutality and Community Control of the Police. One of those that spoke was Netfa Freeman, an organizer with Pan-African Community Action, which is pushing for community control of the police. Freeman says police are a militarized force of oppression. Former Black Panther Party member Dhoruba Bin Wahad spent 19 years as a political prisoner. He told the Bowie State University panel that we need to create a national front of organizations, all demanding Community Control of Police. Colin Kaepernick, the National Football League quarterback who has effectively been banned from playing because of his political beliefs, was part of a virtual press conference last week, demanding the release of the nation’s best known political prisoner, Mumia Abu Jamal. Kaepernick says Abu Jamal’s continued imprisonment is a crime against humanity. Former Black Panther Jalil Muntaqim spent 49 years in prison until he was released on parole in October. When Muntaqim returned to his family home in Rochester, New York, he registered to vote—a mistake for which he was briefly jailed. We spoke with Muntaqim’s cousin, Blake Simons
55 min
David Feldman Show
David Feldman Show
David Feldman
Rudy's Hair, Like G.O.P., Just For Men, Episode 1194
Topics: Rudy's Hair Is To Dye For; Rudy unveils the Insanity Offense; Biden wins Georgia recount; Trump strong arms Michigan canvassing board; Baby chimps!; Gorilla tends to a wounded bird; George Clooney is the greatest friend in the world; David pitches the world's greatest movie to Dave Sirus; Jenna Ellis is as big a fraud as Rudy; Putin's coughing fit Guests With Time Codes: (2:10) First Lady Melania Trump, AKA Martha Previte (9:08) Grace Jackson and Alex Guns hosts of "Literary Hangover" (32:58) Zack Ford, press secretary Alliance for Justice (1:01:32) Dr. Jennifer Verdolin, author of "Raised by Animals" (1:39:09) Dr. Philip Herschenfeld, psychiatrist, and his son Ethan, actor and comedian (2:31:28) Ed Larson, comic and star of "How America Killed My Mother" (3:02:12) The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, Americans United for Separation of Church and State (3:34:13) Burt Ross, American hero, Bergen County sex symbol, columnist for Malibu Times and creator of New Jersey's right turn on red (4:00:37) Dave Sirus, SNL and "King of Staten Island" (4:31:21) Emil Guillermo, host of The PETA Podcast and columnist for ALDEF (5:01:10) Alan Minsky, executive director of Progressive Democrats of America (5:28:01) Comic Liam McEneaney, whose latest CD is “Working Class Fancy” (7:05:48) Dan Frankenberger's Community Billboard Music: David Feldman Love Theme written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; I'm On My Way written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel; Hard Times In The City written and performed by Professor Mike Steinel Join Us In our Zoom Room: SUPPORT THE DAVID FELDMAN SHOW BY DONATING HERE: More David at The David Feldman Show features a diverse mixture of comedians, actors, professors, comedy writers and journalists talking about your world. We record every Monday and Thursday LIVE on Zoom and YouTube starting at 5:00 PM (Eastern)
7 hr 19 min
Drinking Socially - The Official Untappd Podcast
Drinking Socially - The Official Untappd Podcast
Jonathan Dispenza, Harrison Hickok, Untappd
Drinking Socially - Ep. 29: Treehouse In The Sky
What We’re Drinking: Green by Tree House Brewing Company https://untappd.com/b/tree-house-brewing-company-green/533174 * ABV: 7.5 * Style: IPA - American * Notes: Our cross-continental IPA! Made with Australian and American hops, this tropical heavy IPA opens up in the glass with notes of hugely flavorful notes of lemon-lime, pineapple, orange sorbet, and tangerine. It has a soft but pointed bitterness and a rich, velvety mouth feel. Intensely kettle and dry hopped yet balanced and flavorful, Green is a beloved crew favorite here at Tree House!JJJULIUSSS! by Tree House Brewing Company https://untappd.com//b/tree-house-brewing-company-jjjuliusss/1122985 * ABV: 6.8 * Style: IPA - American * Notes: Julius gone wild (not funky wild, like insane hop saturation wild) For the second special edition of Julius brewed specifically for the third-anniversary party, we pushed the level of citrus to the fringes of obscenity through additional kettle and dry hopping with the base Julius hop blend. The result is perhaps the most juicy and delectable creation we have ever made! Preposterous Julius, in the best way imaginable.Sponsor Show off your love of Untappd. Check out our online store and pick up Untappd branded glassware, shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and more! Go to http://store.untappd.com and enter the coupon code “PODCAST” at checkout to get 20% off all ordersNext Episode: * Join us as we #SeektheSeal and talk about the importance and benefits of Drinking Local for the upcoming Small Brewery Sunday!Connect Watch This Episode On Youtube Jon On Twitter Harrison On Twitter Season 3 on Youtube Facebook Group Email Drinking Socially
37 min
Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human
Best of the Left - Progressive Politics and Culture, Curated by a Human
#1382 Progressive Policies Are Good Politics
Air Date 11/20/2020 Today we take a look at the results of the elections beyond the presidency and find that progressive policies did well which should be a lesson to Democrats currently looking to find their bearings and choose a direction. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BECOME A MEMBER! (Get AD FREE Shows & Bonus Content) EPISODE SPONSORS: GROUND.NEWS/BEST IF YOU’RE GOING TO SHOP AMAZON: Amazon USA | Amazon CA | Amazon UK SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: Finding hope in America’s progressive core - Jim Hightower's Radio Lowdown - Air Date 11-12-20 The hope that resides in these progressive policy positions is the prospect that a truly great American majority might yet be forged – not around some mega-politician – but around our people’s basic values of fairness and justice for all. Ch. 2: Mike Davis: Biden's Big Mistake - Start Making Sense - Air Date 11-11-20 Mike Davis on the Trump voters: Latinos in south Texas and white workers in the rust belt—and Biden’s big mistake: allowing Trump to claim "the economy" as his issue, instead of connecting jobs to controlling the pandemic. Ch. 3: Criminal justice reform won big, with guest Daniel Nichanian of The Appeal - The BradCast - Air Date 11-12-20 DANIEL NICHANIAN, Editor of 'The Appeal: Political Report' explains how last week's election delivered victories for advocates of criminal justice reform in local and county races for District Attorney and County Sheriff, as well as ballot initiatives. Ch. 4: Check Your Blindspot (Sponsored by Ground News) - 11-20-20 America's favorite political game show that uses the Blindspot feature of Ground News to test contestants' political blindspots and media literacy. Ch. 5: Bree Newsome & Prof. Eddie Glaude The Black Lives Matter Movement Helped the Democrats Defeat Trump - Democracy Now! - Air Date 11-9-20 Eddie Glaude, author and chair of Princeton University's Department of African American Studies. "It makes no sense that we would go back to the politics that produced Trump in the first place." We also speak to artist and antiracist activist Bree Newsome Ch. 6: Immigration Advocates Have Ideas for the Biden Administration - The Brian Lehrer Show - Air Date 11-10-20 Anu Joshi, vice president of policy at the New York Immigration Coalition, talks about the NYIC's hopes for the Biden administration, and takes calls from immigrant listeners who are ready for the new administration. Ch. 7: Biden Time: Banking - Planet Money - Air Date 11-13-20 Four things Joe Biden can do as president — even if the Democrats don't control Congress. Ch. 8: Biden Won. Now He Needs to Save the Planet - The Mother Jones Podcast - Air Date 11-11-20 Jamilah King is joined by Mother Jones· climate and environment reporter Rebecca Leber to discuss what we can expect from an incoming Biden administration that has claimed climate action as central to its governing mandate. FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 9: Final comments on how Harmony Square can teach you about online manipulation TAKE ACTION! Read, sign & share the People's Charter (Working Families Party) EDUCATE YOURSELF & SHARE At the City Level, Progressives Flex New Power (City Lab) Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Biden’s Win, House Losses, and What’s Next for the Left (NY Times) Progressive Criminal Justice Ballot Initiatives Won Big in the 2020 Election (Center for American Progress) The $15 Minimum Wage Wasn’t the Only Progressive Ballot Measure That Passed in Conservative States (Mother Jones) Written by BOTL Communications Director Amanda Hoffman MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions): * Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr * Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent * Activism Music: This Fickle World by Theo Bard * Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent SHOW IMAGE: "sign of the times" by Mitchell Haindfield, Flickr | License | Changes: Filled in lower half of 2nd "E", cropped to square Produced by Jay! Tomlinson Visit us at BestOfTheLeft.com SUPPORT THE SHOW Listen Anywhere! Check out the BotL iOS/Android App in the App Stores! Follow at Twitter.com/BestOfTheLeft Like at Facebook.com/BestOfTheLeft Contact me directly at Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com
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