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Everett Public Library Podcasts
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The Everett Public Library produces podcast files on subjects such as The Directors Corner, Author Visits, Staff Book Reviews, Interviews, History Tours, and other subjects of interest to our patrons.

Latest Episodes

Mr. Neutron reveals his current playlist

From punk to country, from old-timey, to sugar-coated power pop, Mr. Neutron scales the best of 2019.

4 MIN1 days ago
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Mr. Neutron reveals his current playlist

"Tides," by Jonathan White

Jonathan White's description of and homage to the mysterious phenomena we call tides. Music: Francesco Iannuzzelli, "Tarantellamodale"

2 MIN1 weeks ago
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"Tides," by Jonathan White

"Wonderstruck" Brian Selznick's 2017 film gem

Alan reviews this gorgeously-rendered 2017 Todd Haynes film, which received a three-minute-long standing ovation when it was shown at the Cannes Film Festival.

4 MIN2 weeks ago
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"Wonderstruck" Brian Selznick's 2017 film gem

"Amid Mud and Exploding Stumps...A Library"

A new Everett Public Library (WA) audio podcast brings to life the early history of Everett Public Library, in which a small group of determined Everett women parlayed political muscle and donated books into an enduring civic institution. The podcast is part of the City’s observance of the 125th anniversary of the library’s birth. 21 min. Voice actors: Abigail Cooley, Van Ramsey, Mindy Van Wingen, Ron Averill, Lisa Labovitch, Andrea Wallis, Carol Ellison, Eileen Schnarr, Alan Jacobson, Joyce Peter, Laura McCarty, Cameron Johnson. Script: Cameron Johnson Audio editing: Cameron Johnson Excerpts: 1Clark, Norman H. Mill Town. Seattle: University of Washington Press, c1970. 2Everett News, July 5, 1894 3 Croly, Mrs. J.C. The History of the Woman’s Club Movement in America, New York: Henry G. Allen & Co., c1898 4 Dilgard, David. “Origins of the Everett Public Library” [unpublished] 5Book Club Member Frances King Sears, 1921 letter [unpublished] 6 “Woman’s Book Club,” composed by WBC Historian Nellie R. Hake. Published in A History of Woman’s Book Club, November 12, 1962. Foremothers’ Luncheon, Elks Home—Everett, WA [Unpublished] 7From: “The Magic City,” date unknown, author unknown. [Unpublished] 8Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 9Everett Public Library Historical Sketch, 1894-1954 [Unpublished] 10Herald editorial November 1, 1894 11 Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 12Origins of the Everett Public Library—date unknown [Unpublished] 13Everett—Thumbnail History. HistoryLink.org 14Origins of the Everett Public Library [Unpublished] 15Herald April 27, 1901 16 “The Origins of Everett Public Library.” [Unpublished] 17Everett News, July 5, 1925 18 Everett Herald January 20, 1903 19Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 20Application for National Register status [Unpublished] 21 Everett Herald April 7, 1906 22Dilgard, David. EPL Evergreen Branch [Unpublished] Music: Bach, Johan Sebastian. Cello Suite No. 1 in G. John Michel. Beethoven, Ludwig van. “Choral Fantasia, op. 80”, Washtenaw Community Orchestra Chorus, Michigan, 20 December 2009. Barnacled, Cloud Pump. edba-4217 Killian, Joy and Richard Beserra, Exotic Music from Enchanted Lands.” Pianodamper. Schubert, Franz, “Piano Sonata #13.” STE-043-cut-reverb. Internet archive. Sound effects from freesound.org: 98479_juskiddink_flock-of-seagulls 212079_conleec_retail-fabric-store-001 440116_processarus_s-short-applause [01 Front Left].mp3 79572_Razzvia_Old_Fasioned_Auto_Piano 70071zerolagtime_gavel-triplemad 80449_turtlelg_jaildoorclose 105265_carminooch_neighbors 233258_xavimuse_escapting-downstairs 256513_hunter4708_knock-on-the-door

21 MIN2 weeks ago
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"Amid Mud and Exploding Stumps...A Library"

Pacific Northwest Pop Music, 2019 Style

Mr. Neutron is beguiled by themany flavorsof Pacific Northwest pop music, as it infectiously invades his brain and heart with a mishmash of resplendent gravity and joy.

4 MINSEP 18
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Pacific Northwest Pop Music, 2019 Style

"Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin

The Lone Reader takes aim at Henry Ford's incredible and futile effort to farm rubber trees and bring Midwestern small-town life to the Amazon jungle. A story of technological hubris and cultural arrogance, it's "Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin. Music: "Tango," by Mischa Elman, Josef Bonime, I. Albeniz, Elman

2 MINSEP 11
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"Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin

"If Beale Street Could Talk"

A sweet love story set in 1970s Harlem. "Beale Street" features a hypnotically poetic environment, gorgeous cinematography, haunting music, exacting screenplay and incredible performances. Alan Jacobson supplies "The Treatment".

4 MINSEP 4
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"If Beale Street Could Talk"

PNW Country

Mr. Neutron searches his record closet for twang and bonyfidy country western stars from the Pacific Northwest. Mr. Neutron is Ron Averill of Everett Public Library (WA)

4 MINAUG 21
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PNW Country

"Dune," Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi masterpiece

Frank Herbert's "Dune": Interstellar intrigue! Psychedelic mind trips, swordplay, and a righteous triumph! It's time to re-read the most enduringly popular science fiction book in history. Music: "Music for String Instruments, Percussion, and Celesta." Bela Bartok. Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, Harold Byrns, conductor. Recorded 1949.

3 MINAUG 14
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"Dune," Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi masterpiece

"Mary and the Witch's Flower"

Alan gives "the treatment" to Hiromasa Yonebyashi's anime masterwork, a worthy successorto such masterpieces as "Princess Mononoke," and "Spirited Away."

5 MINAUG 7
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"Mary and the Witch's Flower"

Latest Episodes

Mr. Neutron reveals his current playlist

From punk to country, from old-timey, to sugar-coated power pop, Mr. Neutron scales the best of 2019.

4 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Mr. Neutron reveals his current playlist

"Tides," by Jonathan White

Jonathan White's description of and homage to the mysterious phenomena we call tides. Music: Francesco Iannuzzelli, "Tarantellamodale"

2 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
"Tides," by Jonathan White

"Wonderstruck" Brian Selznick's 2017 film gem

Alan reviews this gorgeously-rendered 2017 Todd Haynes film, which received a three-minute-long standing ovation when it was shown at the Cannes Film Festival.

4 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
"Wonderstruck" Brian Selznick's 2017 film gem

"Amid Mud and Exploding Stumps...A Library"

A new Everett Public Library (WA) audio podcast brings to life the early history of Everett Public Library, in which a small group of determined Everett women parlayed political muscle and donated books into an enduring civic institution. The podcast is part of the City’s observance of the 125th anniversary of the library’s birth. 21 min. Voice actors: Abigail Cooley, Van Ramsey, Mindy Van Wingen, Ron Averill, Lisa Labovitch, Andrea Wallis, Carol Ellison, Eileen Schnarr, Alan Jacobson, Joyce Peter, Laura McCarty, Cameron Johnson. Script: Cameron Johnson Audio editing: Cameron Johnson Excerpts: 1Clark, Norman H. Mill Town. Seattle: University of Washington Press, c1970. 2Everett News, July 5, 1894 3 Croly, Mrs. J.C. The History of the Woman’s Club Movement in America, New York: Henry G. Allen & Co., c1898 4 Dilgard, David. “Origins of the Everett Public Library” [unpublished] 5Book Club Member Frances King Sears, 1921 letter [unpublished] 6 “Woman’s Book Club,” composed by WBC Historian Nellie R. Hake. Published in A History of Woman’s Book Club, November 12, 1962. Foremothers’ Luncheon, Elks Home—Everett, WA [Unpublished] 7From: “The Magic City,” date unknown, author unknown. [Unpublished] 8Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 9Everett Public Library Historical Sketch, 1894-1954 [Unpublished] 10Herald editorial November 1, 1894 11 Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 12Origins of the Everett Public Library—date unknown [Unpublished] 13Everett—Thumbnail History. HistoryLink.org 14Origins of the Everett Public Library [Unpublished] 15Herald April 27, 1901 16 “The Origins of Everett Public Library.” [Unpublished] 17Everett News, July 5, 1925 18 Everett Herald January 20, 1903 19Spriesterbach, Cora. History of Everett Woman’s Book Club: 1894-1940 [Unpublished] 20Application for National Register status [Unpublished] 21 Everett Herald April 7, 1906 22Dilgard, David. EPL Evergreen Branch [Unpublished] Music: Bach, Johan Sebastian. Cello Suite No. 1 in G. John Michel. Beethoven, Ludwig van. “Choral Fantasia, op. 80”, Washtenaw Community Orchestra Chorus, Michigan, 20 December 2009. Barnacled, Cloud Pump. edba-4217 Killian, Joy and Richard Beserra, Exotic Music from Enchanted Lands.” Pianodamper. Schubert, Franz, “Piano Sonata #13.” STE-043-cut-reverb. Internet archive. Sound effects from freesound.org: 98479_juskiddink_flock-of-seagulls 212079_conleec_retail-fabric-store-001 440116_processarus_s-short-applause [01 Front Left].mp3 79572_Razzvia_Old_Fasioned_Auto_Piano 70071zerolagtime_gavel-triplemad 80449_turtlelg_jaildoorclose 105265_carminooch_neighbors 233258_xavimuse_escapting-downstairs 256513_hunter4708_knock-on-the-door

21 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
"Amid Mud and Exploding Stumps...A Library"

Pacific Northwest Pop Music, 2019 Style

Mr. Neutron is beguiled by themany flavorsof Pacific Northwest pop music, as it infectiously invades his brain and heart with a mishmash of resplendent gravity and joy.

4 MINSEP 18
Comments
Pacific Northwest Pop Music, 2019 Style

"Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin

The Lone Reader takes aim at Henry Ford's incredible and futile effort to farm rubber trees and bring Midwestern small-town life to the Amazon jungle. A story of technological hubris and cultural arrogance, it's "Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin. Music: "Tango," by Mischa Elman, Josef Bonime, I. Albeniz, Elman

2 MINSEP 11
Comments
"Fordlandia," by Greg Grandin

"If Beale Street Could Talk"

A sweet love story set in 1970s Harlem. "Beale Street" features a hypnotically poetic environment, gorgeous cinematography, haunting music, exacting screenplay and incredible performances. Alan Jacobson supplies "The Treatment".

4 MINSEP 4
Comments
"If Beale Street Could Talk"

PNW Country

Mr. Neutron searches his record closet for twang and bonyfidy country western stars from the Pacific Northwest. Mr. Neutron is Ron Averill of Everett Public Library (WA)

4 MINAUG 21
Comments
PNW Country

"Dune," Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi masterpiece

Frank Herbert's "Dune": Interstellar intrigue! Psychedelic mind trips, swordplay, and a righteous triumph! It's time to re-read the most enduringly popular science fiction book in history. Music: "Music for String Instruments, Percussion, and Celesta." Bela Bartok. Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, Harold Byrns, conductor. Recorded 1949.

3 MINAUG 14
Comments
"Dune," Frank Herbert's Sci-Fi masterpiece

"Mary and the Witch's Flower"

Alan gives "the treatment" to Hiromasa Yonebyashi's anime masterwork, a worthy successorto such masterpieces as "Princess Mononoke," and "Spirited Away."

5 MINAUG 7
Comments
"Mary and the Witch's Flower"