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The How, The Why: 198 – Stephen Most


A live recording of our educational podcast The How, The Why with Stephen Most. Stephen Most writes plays, books, and documentary screenplays. He has writing credits on four Academy Award “best documentary” nominated films and five Emmy-winning films. His book, River of Renewal: Myth and History in the Klamath Basin (2006) was made into a film that won a “best documentary” award at the American Indian Film Festival. Stories Make the World is his fourth book. He resides in Berkeley, California.READ MORE

The Sounds The Stories: Apollo Bebop – Documentary

A live recording of our educational podcast The Sounds The Stories with Apollo Bebop. Apollo Bebop, named after the Greek God of music and the intricately harmonic style of jazz, is a West Coast based band that formed in the summer of 2015 in Santa Ana, California.READ MORE

The Sounds The Stories: Apollo Bebop – Teaser

Apollo Bebop, named after the Greek God of music and the intricately harmonic style of jazz, is a West Coast based band that formed in the summer of 2015 in Santa Ana, California. The quintet consists of drummer Donovan Cruz, bass and guitarist roles that alternate between Christopher Trimmer and Dominick Cruz, DeAndre Grover on tenor sax, and Brian “Brian to Earth” Gomez as the front man and Emcee.

 


 

The Sounds The Stories is an eclectic music series featuring live performances and entertaining discussions with emerging and established artists. This program is filmed and edited into a short documentary compilation with the audio from each episode recorded and archived as a free educational podcast. Produced in collaboration with our partners at Brew Sessions Live.

Writers’ Block: 020 – Grant Hier, Julia Walton, and Jonathan Alexander

 

Writers’ Block Live! is here for your ears! We’ve been recording a live version Writers’ Block about once a month at the 1888 Center in Orange, California. This means get ready for a whole slew of live interviews, dropping in-between the in-depth conversations you’re used to! And some of your favorite guest show up again!READ MORE