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 – 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, ...
Jan. 2017 – A new podcast for the New Year, the new moon & the Chinese New Year, bringing you Peace, Love & Soup! by Brian Delaney & Tavé Fascé Drake In this premier episode we make Black Eyed Pea and Collard Greens Soup for prosperity and luck in the New Year. We introduce ourselves to you and: –talk to artist Julia Anne Goodman –feature music by Oumou Sangare, the Black Eyed Peas and Lucinda Drake. –discuss Tave’s stint with the Peace Corps, the Dogon Villages of Mali & Fulani herders –make & share a start to finish soup (served in a handmade bowl by ceramicist Craig Martell) –and much, much more! Peace, Love & (of course…Soup) Brian & Tavé ...