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A podcast created by @quarantinereads on twitter as a book club designed to get us through Social Distancing! Each week I tackle a new section of the book, and discuss what I liked/disliked about it and what makes the book good! Intro/Outro is "Silverhill Church Girl" by The Underhill Family Orchestra. Visit their website www.weareunderhill.com to check out the whole album!
 
“All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone.“ - Blaise Pascal. The Quarantine Tapes: A week-day program from Onassis LA and dublab. Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, the series chronicles shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic.
 
Heath Racela, a TV producer/director with close to two decades in the business, talks to a TV, film, radio, or media industry professional that is grappling with the rapid changes brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic. Subscribe for thoughtful conversations about how we got here, what getting back to normal might take, or what the new normal might look like.
 
Parents today are facing unprecedented challenges. Raising kids in the age of COVID19 means new ways of learning and socializing, it's a real-time experiment where everyone participates, and no one can predict the outcome. PDQ exists as a resource to serve the millions of parents trying to navigate the new rules and highs and lows of parenting during quarantine.
 
From the women behind Mueller, She Wrote and The Daily Beans comes a new podcast about what we do during lockdown when we think no one is watching. Due to the overwhelming response to the hilariously popular segment of the daily beans podcast, we are proud to present the weekly series Quarantine Confessions. Submit here: (link)
 
Quarantine Nightly with Mouse Jones is a deep dive into the mind of a 31yr old man who's never been scared of ANYTHING, until the world stopped due to COVID-19. Listen as Mouse explores his thoughts, his feelings, his fears and everything in between, on his own. Discussing news, current events, and whatever else comes across his desk. An unadulterated, unfiltered (as always) peak into all the things that make Mouse...Mouse. Also, they'll be GUESTS, Mouse will talk with friends and colleagues ...
 
Between countless part-time jobs to supplement her acting habit, actress Joy Brunson realized that her unique non-linear road to success was in fact not so unique at all. The seed was planted and has materialized as this podcast. You can expect weekly discussions with emerging and established Artists, mixed with small episodic doses of unsolicited advice.
 
How is the landscape of love, sex and intimacy changing now that we’re all trapped in our bedrooms? Whether you’re single and forced into quarantine celibacy, sleeping around on Zoom, or trapped in a studio apartment with your ex-boyfriend, we are all adapting to a new normal. Love In Quarantine is hosted by Vogue sex columnist Karley Sciortino. In each episode, we listen in on Karley's funny and intimate conversations with people, who, just like us, are navigating sex and relationships duri ...
 
Stay safe, stay sane, stay queer (and stay home!) with WQUR: Queer Quarantine Radio, starring BenDeLaCreme, Jinkx Monsoon, Peaches Christ and Major Scales! This thrilling, hilarious, and oh so campy scripted comedy series is inspired by 1940s radio shows of yesterQUEER for the modern, quarantine era. WQUR promises you’ll THRILL at the drama and GAG at the eleganza. Support this podcast at anchor.fm/WQUR and Patreon.com/WQUR
 
Welcome to “Stir Crazy with Steve Jenkins: Conversations With Creatives During The Quarantine”! In each episode, acclaimed bassist Steve Jenkins interviews a different musician/creative and discusses life since the pandemic as well as other things pertaining to music, culture and society.
 
We are living in a dystopian world right now, at least in a version of it. We are quarantined and there is nothing that we can do about it, so why not make the best of it and find some ways to pass the time together! That is exactly what this podcast is about and also a lot of faltu gyaan. So tune in to get some great ideas and tips. Happy listening!
 
Superstar couple James Haskell and Chloe Madeley are today's modern agony aunts. Each week they will give their own unique perspective on what it's really like to be in a relationship - from bedroom antics, to PDA's, to life in a relationship during lockdown and beyond. Send us your questions, comments and stories on @CouplesQuarantinePod or cqquestions@jameshaskell.org for James and Chloe to answer. And don't be shy - send us your juiciest stories, your other half's most annoying habits or ...
 
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And we have reached the end of another beautiful fairytale. This one made me tear up, but like, who's surprised, really? This section of Gods of Jade and Shadow by Silvia Moreno Garcia is truly the most beautiful section of the entire book, so I hope you loved it as much as I did! LINKS MENTIONED: No Tea This Week- Drink Some Water! Bookshop Affili…
 
On episode 183 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet and professor, Paul Muldoon. In this conversation, Paul offers a thoughtful look at his process as a poet and what it means to write work that speaks to this moment. The pair discuss some of Paul’s influences, as a writer, including T.S. Eliot and John Donne. He reads from …
 
Michael G Long has been studying marches and protests for a long time, authoring books on figures like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Jackie Robinson, and Bayard Rustin. He joins Heath to discuss his new book Kids on the March, which looks at the role of children in protest movements from the early 20th century to today. It's also his first book geare…
 
Ever have a short section become so very very long? This is one of those. With the Three Syntheses behind us, it's time to bring them back in a new light, to talk through how they break, and to discuss where it all goes so very very wrong.Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective による
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with Championship Tour star Griffin Colapinto on the last day of their 14-day Australian quarantine. Griffin talks about what quarantine has taught him, his goal for the 2021 CT season and setting his sights on the Rip Curl WSL Finals. He breaks down his path to qualifying for the Championship Tour and previews this…
 
Seamus and Ben, in the 1-year anniversary celebration of the first episode of the pod are joined by previous guests: YDA CoRD Chair, Midwest Region Director, and YDA Labor Caucus Chair Hannah Wroblewski; Young Democrats of Wisconsin President and YDA Association of Charted Unit Presidents Chair Charles Myers; YDA Womens Caucus Chair Becky Beaver; Y…
 
Guest host Naomi Shihab Nye is joined by Paul Haller on episode 182 of The Quarantine Tapes. Paul is the former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center. Naomi and Paul talk about how his practice has changed in the past year, with Paul sharing how his community has been affected by this moment. As the vaccination begins to enter our lives, Paul talks…
 
This book looks at Elton John's "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" and LAUGHS. But really though, this section we get in to the more heartbreaking and painful sections of Gods of Jade and Shadow and let me tell you, I LOVE IT. I FEED ON SORROWFUL BOOKS. It hurts me and I hope you're enjoying it as much as I am. LINKS MENTIONED: TeaDrops Matcha Tea Booksh…
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by Sven Birkerts on episode 181 of The Quarantine Tapes. Sven is a writer and he talks with Paul today about his recent move. He describes his experience of packing and unpacking his library and they discuss the meditation of looking through old books and seeing your own changing tastes and interests. Paul asks Sven abou…
 
Celebrating one year of recording the Quarantine Tapes, episode 180 of the Quarantine Tapes is part one of a two part special video presentation of a conversation featuring the first Quarantine Tapes guest, Henry Rollins. In this episode, Henry Rollins engages in a lively, socially distant, conversation, about the importance of art and culture, wit…
 
Maureen From Quarantine Pop-Up Podcast from the "outskirts of a Beach Town" - Self Care series on Biking and the importance of sunshine and Vitamin D during quarantine and always - Maureen shares easy peezy Vegan Power Recipe for Roasted Cauliflower - YUM!Maureen Quinn による
 
Eric and Rashi Wiese are the new hosts of the CBS show Lucky Dog, which helps train and place rescue dogs in new homes. They join Heath to talk about filming their first season of the show during the pandemic, plus what they've learned about the best ways to train a dog, and how Rashi's background in human psychology and sociology helps her underst…
 
On episode 179 of The Quarantine Tapes, guest host Naveen Kishore is joined by writer Annie Zaidi. Naveen reads from Annie’s new book, titled Prelude to a Riot and the pair discuss Annie’s love of all writing disciplines. Annie discusses her tendency toward quiet, the importance of listening and reflection, and her personal journey toward self expr…
 
On episode 178 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Jacqueline Novogratz. Jacqueline is the founder and CEO of the non-profit Acumen. Jacqueline and Paul celebrate their birthday, both born on the Ides of March, before turning to how Jacqueline approaches her work with Acumen, both during the pandemic and beyond. Jacqueline talks…
 
Things keep getting more dangerous, and I'm pretty sure a romance is brewing! Join us this week as we read part 2 of Silvia Moreno Garcia's beautiful fairytale, Gods of Jade and Shadow! Anyone betting on when I'm gonna cry during this book because I can feel it coming... LINKS MENTIONED: Salted Caramel Tea Bookshop Affiliate Link Buy Me A Ko-Fi AAP…
 
This incredible array of guests speak to how this moment has changed our sense of time, the healing we will need as we move forward from the pandemic, the opportunities that may come next, and much more in a fascinating reminder of where the past year has taken us. From dire to hopeful to funny, these clips reflect the best of one year of The Quara…
 
Maureen From Quarantine Pod-Up Podcast from Butterfly Beach, California - Self Care series deep dives more in-depth with biking and rediscovering the music perhaps we might have lost somewhere along the line and embracing the child within as we tune in to our own "clear channel."Maureen Quinn による
 
On episode 176 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by author Nathalie Etoke. Recorded during the time of the historic trials surrounding the death of George Floyd, Nathalie expands on the way that the pandemic has brought into focus many things that were dormant. In this moment of reckoning, Nathalie expertly addresses the truth ab…
 
This is not about anything critical theory. It's been a year since we started this whole thing, and we wanted to take a minute to talk about that journey and some good moments. It's been wild. Thank you all for helping us get here.Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective による
 
This episode of The Quarantine Tapes is a very special episode bringing together clips from the past one year of the podcast. With these clips, join us in returning to some of the most thoughtful, interesting, and moving moments from this chronicle of our past year in quarantine. We hear from Werner Herzog, Naveen Kishore, and Rosanne Cash on their…
 
In 1992, Andre Comeau and six other strangers moved into a New York City apartment and had their lives taped for the first season of MTV's The Real World. 29 years later, that same cast reunited in the same loft for The Real World Homecoming, which is now streaming on Paramount+. Andre joins Heath to discuss the reunion, the bonds he shares with hi…
 
Hello friends! Today we begin a whole new book, and I am more than delighted to share it with you. In this one, we discuss the first section of Silvia Moreno Garcia's Gods of Jade and Shadow, which is one of my big favorites, and I can't wait to get my heart broken along with the rest of you all over again. Enjoy! LINKS MENTIONED: Downton Abbey Eng…
 
So. Freud. I know you're as excited as we were, which is fine because we dove deep into his texts, the meanings, and a lot more when it comes to the man who 'found' Oedipus. In this section D&G outline their reasons for involving psychoanalysis and the geneology of how they got here.Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective による
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with Championship Tour star Lakey Peterson in the midst of their 14-day Australian quarantine. Lakey looks back at her quick ascension through the ranks, growing up in Santa Barbara, building a relationship with Channel Islands surfboards and the Merrick family, and going from learning to surf to qualifying for the …
 
Paul Holdengräber is joined by Thelma Golden on episode 174 of The Quarantine Tapes. Thelma is the director of the Studio Museum in Harlem. She tells Paul about that museum’s history and mission as well as how they have adjusted their programming to address this moment of the pandemic. Thelma tells Paul about how the Studio Museum interacts with it…
 
Michelle Zamora began her career in puppetry by making VHS videos with her toys as a child. She and her husband founded Viva La Puppet in Los Angeles and she puppeteers Waffles in the new Netflix kids's show Waffles + Mochi. She talks with Heath about making the show just before the pandemic hit, the challenges of "eating" with a puppet, and workin…
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with Championship Tour star Filipe Toledo in the midst of their 14-day Australian quarantine. Filipe talks about feeling strong for the four upcoming Australian events after fighting through injury in the lead up to Pipeline. He breaks down the ways he can improve in heavy waves like Teahupo’o and describes what it …
 
In episode 173 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by writer and poet Edward Hirsch. Edward talks with Paul about the busy-ness of the past year, and the challenge of spending this time away from his poetry library. Without his books to reference, Edward talks about what it means to internalize the magical moments when literature s…
 
I don't know what you want from me, the title says all. I literally can't sit down and talk about this book without tearing up and you expected me to do a FULL WRAP UP AND REVIEW of it without crying ONCE??? Well, I cried, friends. Today we wrap-up and review House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J Klune, which is, spoiler alert, definitely in my top 10 b…
 
On episode 172 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Danielle Spencer. Danielle’s most recent book is Metagnosis: Revelatory Narratives of Health and Identity. Danielle and Paul talk about how her book examines the phenomenon of learning as an adult about a longstanding medical condition. Danielle tells Paul about the inspiration …
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with Championship Tour current number three Tatiana Weston-Webb in the midst of their 14-day Australian quarantine. Tatiana talks about everything from growing up on the island of Kauai, her wedding to fellow surfer Jesse Mendes, and the mentorship of her brother Troy, to the drawbacks of social media. With all eyes…
 
Why Oedipus? Why be Anti-Oedipus with all that is wrong with things? The authors dive right in to explaining how Oedipus itself is an imperialist and fascistic thing - that the very nature of representation as Oedipus exists to create itself.Deleuze and Guattari Quarantine Collective による
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with Championship Tour veteran Michel Bourez during their 14-day quarantine before the upcoming Australian events. Michel describes growing up in French Polynesia, raising his kids in Tahiti, and gives his prediction for the island’s next Championship Tour challenger. He shares stories from across his great career, …
 
On this two-part episode 171 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Samantha Rose Hill. Samantha is the author of an upcoming book on Hannah Arendt. She talks with Paul about her work on Arendt, Walter Benjamin, and more. Then, they discuss how her year of writing, teaching, and researching in quarantine has gone and Samantha revea…
 
WSL commentator Joe Turpel talks with four-time World Champion Carissa Moore during their 14-day quarantine before the Australian leg of the Championship Tour. Carissa talks about the female surfers who have inspired her across her career, from past icons like Lisa Andersen and Megan Abubo to the next generation of young women who charge like Sierr…
 
Jim McKelvey is a glass blower in Saint Louis who turned his frustration about accepting credit cards into the innovative payment business Square, which he cofounded with Jack Dorsey. Jim joins Heath to discuss his book The Innovation Stack, which looks at what makes entrepreneurial ventures succeed. He also discusses the innovation he's observed d…
 
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