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Learn a bit more about Artists, Theologians, and Academics from the weird and beautiful town of Athens, OH

Latest Episodes

#3: Mitch Grandy

Mitch Grandy is a junior at Ohio University studying film. IN this podcast, we cover his journey to filming the Nelsonville Music Festival: He shares stories of his childhood preoccupation with filmmaking, his previous filmmaking experience, pivotal films in his growth, and of course, stories from the Nelsonville Music Festival. Mitch is a hilarious guy, and offers some great insight in all areas , from film to modern communication in general. One of the most enjoyable podcasts yet! Have fun with Episode 3, Mitch Grandy. Related Links: Mitch's YouTube Channel

74 MIN2017 NOV 30
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#3: Mitch Grandy

#4: Deborah Woolsey

Deborah Woolsey is a priest for the Church of the Good Shepherd, an Episcopalian church located at the top of Morton Hill in Athens, Ohio. Woolsey talks about her journey to the cloth from working at a small book store in Wisconsin. She gives a good overview of the Episcopalian church in general, then zooms into her experience with running a church in Athens, touching on the free lunches they provide to the public every Wednesday and the café that she hopes to include in the basement of the church in the future. We get into philosophy, the purpose of intention, the existence of the soul, and the importance of sharing love and friendly competition. Don't miss this opportunity to learn some theology from one of the coolest reverends around A-Town!

83 MIN2017 NOV 30
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#4: Deborah Woolsey

#5: Jon Ward

Jon Ward is an artist, and a recent graduate of Ohio University. In this episode, he gives an overview of his life and art, which culminated last Spring in a thesis, "Head Count", that focuses on the difficulties of concussions brought on by a youth spent playing football. Jon's personal concussions gave him a lot of trouble, but they also gave him synesthesia, a psuedo-superpower where the line between vision and sound becomes very blurred for him. We talk about all this, with a sprinkling of Kanye West, Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Modern Art vs. Hyperrealism and more in this beefy podcast. Be on the lookout for an upcoming Graphic Novel by Ward of the same name as his Thesis ("Head Count").

115 MIN2017 NOV 30
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#5: Jon Ward

#6: Max Woolf

Max Wolff is a Political Science student and seasoned traveler from Ohio University. In a podcast that is blasphemously short, he shares some stories from his travels in Europe and Southeast Asia, including a near-death experience in Thailand. He gives us his thoughts on the immigration crisis in Europe (based on a project he did with an international student think tank) and the European Union. We talk about War vs. Innovation, Nukes, Angkor Wat, and the future of drones and food delivery. Max is an infinitely interesting guy, and I severely regret not having time to talk more with him about his many adventures. One of the most interesting and enlightening podcasts of the brood--definitely check it out!

71 MIN2017 NOV 30
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#6: Max Woolf

#8: Reza Mehr

Reza Mehr is an Iranian cinematographer in his third year of graduate study at Ohio University. I was honored to sit down with him and talk about his experience in film, the films that have inspired him over the years, the difficulty of marketing independent film, and his experience in his home country of Iran. Mehr offers the advice to every American that they should travel as much as possible, and after this podcast, I am certainly inspired to travel to Iran.

63 MIN2017 NOV 30
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#8: Reza Mehr

#7: David Boesche

David Boesche is a cult-born intellectual studying Communications and Philosophy at Ohio University. Did I say cult-born on purpose? In fact, I did. David was raised in a Christianity-derived cult named "The Way International", located in Western Ohio, for many of his elementary school years. In this podcast, David talks about his experience with and gives a little history of the organization, including a brief history of the cult, why it is considered the cult, and a few of the many scandals that its higher-ups have brought on the facility. In addition to speaking about The Way, we also get into some philosophy, discussing objective truth, the Ubermench, identity, and Albert Camus. It was a pleasure to talk at length with David, and I'm glad he has broken away from the Way and turned out to be a radically smart, exceptional specimen of humanity.

97 MIN2017 NOV 23
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#7: David Boesche

#2: Daniel Palmer

In this episode, I sit down with Recording Industry major Daniel Palmer to talk about his new music publication website, AirVent.tv, a brand specializing in broadcasting and recognizing independent artist talent, focused largely in Athens, Ohio. An intellectual techie, Palmer has a lot to say about the future. I got to talk with him about the implications of a music industry converting to streaming, his place in the "sharing economy", and all the new consoles coming out, from the handheld beauty of the switch to the infinite looming playground of virtual reality. If you are interested in music, technology, and the future, check out this podcast! Related Links: https://www.airvent.tv/

-1 s2017 OCT 11
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#2: Daniel Palmer

#1: Yoon Joo Moh

In this episode, I speak with Yoon-Joo Moh, a senior at Ohio University planning a John Cage recital this Spring. Yoon and I get into all sorts of talk about music, from the old to the new and from the studio to the concert hall. I definitely learned a lot about music from her, and this pilot episode is your chance to learn too!

61 MIN2017 OCT 11
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#1: Yoon Joo Moh
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Latest Episodes

#3: Mitch Grandy

Mitch Grandy is a junior at Ohio University studying film. IN this podcast, we cover his journey to filming the Nelsonville Music Festival: He shares stories of his childhood preoccupation with filmmaking, his previous filmmaking experience, pivotal films in his growth, and of course, stories from the Nelsonville Music Festival. Mitch is a hilarious guy, and offers some great insight in all areas , from film to modern communication in general. One of the most enjoyable podcasts yet! Have fun with Episode 3, Mitch Grandy. Related Links: Mitch's YouTube Channel

74 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
#3: Mitch Grandy

#4: Deborah Woolsey

Deborah Woolsey is a priest for the Church of the Good Shepherd, an Episcopalian church located at the top of Morton Hill in Athens, Ohio. Woolsey talks about her journey to the cloth from working at a small book store in Wisconsin. She gives a good overview of the Episcopalian church in general, then zooms into her experience with running a church in Athens, touching on the free lunches they provide to the public every Wednesday and the café that she hopes to include in the basement of the church in the future. We get into philosophy, the purpose of intention, the existence of the soul, and the importance of sharing love and friendly competition. Don't miss this opportunity to learn some theology from one of the coolest reverends around A-Town!

83 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
#4: Deborah Woolsey

#5: Jon Ward

Jon Ward is an artist, and a recent graduate of Ohio University. In this episode, he gives an overview of his life and art, which culminated last Spring in a thesis, "Head Count", that focuses on the difficulties of concussions brought on by a youth spent playing football. Jon's personal concussions gave him a lot of trouble, but they also gave him synesthesia, a psuedo-superpower where the line between vision and sound becomes very blurred for him. We talk about all this, with a sprinkling of Kanye West, Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Modern Art vs. Hyperrealism and more in this beefy podcast. Be on the lookout for an upcoming Graphic Novel by Ward of the same name as his Thesis ("Head Count").

115 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
#5: Jon Ward

#6: Max Woolf

Max Wolff is a Political Science student and seasoned traveler from Ohio University. In a podcast that is blasphemously short, he shares some stories from his travels in Europe and Southeast Asia, including a near-death experience in Thailand. He gives us his thoughts on the immigration crisis in Europe (based on a project he did with an international student think tank) and the European Union. We talk about War vs. Innovation, Nukes, Angkor Wat, and the future of drones and food delivery. Max is an infinitely interesting guy, and I severely regret not having time to talk more with him about his many adventures. One of the most interesting and enlightening podcasts of the brood--definitely check it out!

71 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
#6: Max Woolf

#8: Reza Mehr

Reza Mehr is an Iranian cinematographer in his third year of graduate study at Ohio University. I was honored to sit down with him and talk about his experience in film, the films that have inspired him over the years, the difficulty of marketing independent film, and his experience in his home country of Iran. Mehr offers the advice to every American that they should travel as much as possible, and after this podcast, I am certainly inspired to travel to Iran.

63 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
#8: Reza Mehr

#7: David Boesche

David Boesche is a cult-born intellectual studying Communications and Philosophy at Ohio University. Did I say cult-born on purpose? In fact, I did. David was raised in a Christianity-derived cult named "The Way International", located in Western Ohio, for many of his elementary school years. In this podcast, David talks about his experience with and gives a little history of the organization, including a brief history of the cult, why it is considered the cult, and a few of the many scandals that its higher-ups have brought on the facility. In addition to speaking about The Way, we also get into some philosophy, discussing objective truth, the Ubermench, identity, and Albert Camus. It was a pleasure to talk at length with David, and I'm glad he has broken away from the Way and turned out to be a radically smart, exceptional specimen of humanity.

97 MIN2017 NOV 23
Comments
#7: David Boesche

#2: Daniel Palmer

In this episode, I sit down with Recording Industry major Daniel Palmer to talk about his new music publication website, AirVent.tv, a brand specializing in broadcasting and recognizing independent artist talent, focused largely in Athens, Ohio. An intellectual techie, Palmer has a lot to say about the future. I got to talk with him about the implications of a music industry converting to streaming, his place in the "sharing economy", and all the new consoles coming out, from the handheld beauty of the switch to the infinite looming playground of virtual reality. If you are interested in music, technology, and the future, check out this podcast! Related Links: https://www.airvent.tv/

-1 s2017 OCT 11
Comments
#2: Daniel Palmer

#1: Yoon Joo Moh

In this episode, I speak with Yoon-Joo Moh, a senior at Ohio University planning a John Cage recital this Spring. Yoon and I get into all sorts of talk about music, from the old to the new and from the studio to the concert hall. I definitely learned a lot about music from her, and this pilot episode is your chance to learn too!

61 MIN2017 OCT 11
Comments
#1: Yoon Joo Moh
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