Dec 2017 – This special holiday episode of Peace, Love and Soup is our gift to you!
Sit back, relax and join us as we ladle up some wassail (our soup for this month) and joyfully reminisce about the first year of our podcast!
We’ll be replaying past inspirational moments, sharing out-takes edited for time and even playing a blooper or two … or more?
We’ll have a “Holidays Around the Globe” edition of our popular “Did You Know” segment.
and the festive music provided this month is by Eric Stern — Thank you Eric, we really love your imaginative and catchy songs. You can find more information about eric here: http://ericsternevents.com
We promise this episode will be a great big bowl of wassail fun for the entire family! Get ready to laugh and cry and even sing-a-long with us if you want!
May your New Year be filled with joyous song and light!
Thank you for listening!
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! ...
August 2017 – Since National Watermelon Day falls in August, we have prepared for you an episode that is nothing less than refreshing, just like the delicious fruit itself, the wonderful watermelon! And because the solar eclipse aligns with the new moon, which is also our release date, we are calling this episode… Watermelon Soup for the Solar Eclipse! **New 2021 edit + BONUS interview with Jim Todd the Director of Space Science Education @ OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science & Industry) https://omsi.edu/planetarium **Featuring additional music by Eric Kallio – https://music.apple.com/us/artist/eric-kallio/1112534702 We will also be introducing you to the world of Ayurveda — The Healing Science of the Sun –with the guidance of the ever kind & knowing Elyssia Schaeffer. https://www.facebook.com/elyssia.schtaklef Her workshop: Ayurvedic Nutrition & Self Care for Autumnal Equinox, is September 6th at the Souwester Lodge in Seaview, WA www.souwesterlodge.com or call 360-642-2542 to register This episode’s music is inspired by a flash back to when artist Rachel Sigel http://rachelsiegel.net and Tave made a short film aply titled, It’s A Watermelon! Get ready for some fun little diddies you can’t help but hum to including: Tom Rosenthal, Watermelon http://tomrosenthal.co.uk The Maybellines, Watermelon http://www.allmusic.com/artist/the-maybellines-mn0000889683/songs Nancy Tucker, Watermelon http://www.nancytucker.info Desert Storm, New Trition https://www.facebook.com/desertstormuk/ Raffi, Down Where The Watermelons Grow http://www.raffinews.com New to our Peace, Love and Soup family, Coco the Correspondent, from the KBOO youth collective, bringing us a special “On the Street,” segment: How do Portlanders Pick the Perfect Watermelon?! We have many juicy tidbits of information we can hardly wait to share with you, for this momentous event: The Great American Eclipse of August 21, 2017. Stay Calm & Watermelon! Brian & Tavé ...
Winter 2020 – We’re excited to announce the arrival of Season 3: The P-Town Trilogy and our sparkling shiny new website to go with it. Please check out PeaceLoveandSoup.com for all of our past episodes, subscription links, photos, recipes & much, much more! This season we’re devoting its’ entirety to Provincetown, Massachusetts – a quaint seaside town situated at the outermost tip of good ole’ Cape Cod. In this of episode we’ll be chatting with: Jay Critchley, a resident artist, activist & creator of the community nurturing organization The Compact. The Mama Tits, a visiting drag queen performer. Blair Fell, a writer & long time P-Town summer guest. And a few Michaels; writer Michael Cunningham, publisher & web creator Michael Goff & lawyer Micheal Gottlieb. We bumped into them at the opening of local painter, John Dowd’s latest work, presented by the William Scott Gallery on Commercial Street. And because we are a soup podcast we will be digging deeper into the exotic world of chowder! We found that there are as many type of chowder as there are varieties of people who frequent this magical & historical piece of land. Thank you to everyone who lent their voices and shared their soup stories with us. Special thanks go out to P-Town’s own world traveling musician, Zoe Lewis, who so generously provided the music that you’ll be hearing throughout this trilogy. You can find out more about her and her music by going to ZoeLewis.com Well, without further ado we give you P-Town Soup, Part I: Entering Provincetown Enjoy, ...