Fall/Winter 2018 – Welcome Home! We’re excited to invite you in for a glimpse of our Burning Man experience.
We’ll be celebrating creativity in all it’s forms from art to architecture, transportation to transformation, and unique ways of building community through gifting and radical self-expression.
There are many aspects of the Burning Man experience — being a temporary city of 70,000 inhabitants gathering each year in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert — it would be impossible to explain it all. But with the help of our friend, campmate, and professional tour guide in the default world, Rah-Rah, we’ll be guiding you on a journey guaranteed to be both educational and entertaining.
You’ll hear from a variety of Burners, from around the globe, sharing their personal connections of what the Playa provided them.
As always there will be an enlightening DID YOU KNOW segment, and generously gifted music, this episode by POLKA MADRE
Pack all things!
Get on that dusty road of life,
share bonfires at night
with old friends and new,
and a saxophone kazoo
Now serving… Playa Soup!
Have a great burn!
Brian (Cherry Poppins) Delaney
Tavé (Top Hat) Fasce Drake
May 2017 – On this super moon we are serving up a souper extended episode, featuring the stories of super mothers of all kinds, including: Alex Behr, a Portland mother & writer who adopted her son, Eli, from China. http://alexbehr.com and @Alex_Behr on twitter Robyn Twomey, a Brooklyn mother & photographer that recently gave birth to her 2nd child. http://www.robyntwomey.com Dolores Delaney, a Boston mother and grandmother, reflects on her life having survived bringing up 4 boys! (including our very own co-host Brian) Huggy aka Janice Evalin Johnson, a West Coast single grandmother and mom (to our other co-host Tave) shares what it was like bucking the system as a young creative woman in the 60s and 70s. Tave gets a peace, love and PLUS travel talk in with her brother, Niko Bono (afterthought… he was adopted) @travelsofbeauty on Instagram We’ve sprinkled in some music to dish, dine and (if you’re feeling it) dance to, too! Featuring: “Mars” by The Double U, “Seven Nation Army” by The Mt Tabor Middle School Band, “I Wanna Be Your Lover” by Fenech Soler, “Take Your Momma Out Tonight” by Scissor Sisters, “Does Your Mother Know” by ABBA and “Chicken Noddle Soup” by DJ Webstar performed by Young B & The Voice of Harlem and in the kitchen this month we’ll be making the “Mother of All Soups”… CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP! A Toast To All Mothers Everywhere! Peace, Love and (of course) Soup, Brian & Tavé ...
Winter 2020 — As they say, all good things must come to an end, a Clams End that is! Thank you Michael Cunningham for the inspiration — we very much enjoyed your book, “Land’s End” We’ve arrived at the third and final episode of our P-Town Trilogy — where the soup talk continues both in and out of the kitchen, accompanied by some deep cuts from Zoe Lewis’s vast catalogue of music. In this culminating episode Tave & her Rhode Island resident friend, April Brown, go on a soup making adventure. They share stories while cooking her grandmother’s traditional recipe for Narragansett chowder. We talk with Mark Bjorstrom, Vice Chair & Treasurer of SKIP – The Soup Kitchen in Provincetown, who gives us a behind the scene tour of the network involved in nourishing the Outer Cape community. We also visit with Dougie Freeman, the owner of the West End Salon & Spa, and get the scoop from a few friendly dog lovers. Set your stovetops to simmer, sit back and enjoy our finale: P-Town Soup, Part III: Clams Ends We miss you Provincetown! Brian & Tavé ...
Summer 2018 – and we spent it getting to know Generation Z — with all that brightness and energy, we focus on the youth of today in all their glorious complexity. They’re poets and musicians, activists and free thinkers, fun loving and kind, and frankly … full of zeal! Join us for a lively round table discussion with four recently graduated high school students — Mila, Oggie, Sebastian and Avery. Special thanks to Avery and his band ATLESS for providing the music for this show. Be sure and check him out at https://atlessband.bandcamp.com The adventure continues as we document Verslandia – Portland’s annual grand slam poetry event in which slam poet winners from a variety of high schools go head to head in a night of poetic glory. We have an exclusive interview with one of the poets Tave’s very own daughter Lucinda Drake. Our DYK segment features the benefits of probiotic drinks, which in-turn inspired us to assemble an original chilled health concoction consisting of homemade pickled vegetables, apple cider vinegars and a sparkling rejuvelac broth. Surprises await! Ready to feel rejuvenated, inspired and entertained ! We give you “Generation Z for Zeal Soup” Send it! Brian & Tavé Sent! ...