Playlist · by Orangealert31
9 episodes, 5 hours 34 mins
There are few discussions that get as much debate, as many gallons of virtual ink spilled in fashion and lifestyle publications as the idea of paring down your wardrobe and/or purchasing quote-unquote investment pieces. Call it a backlash to fast fashion, but not a swing all the way over to wearing the exact same outfit every day like we talked about back in episode 196. You might see it called a capsule wardrobe, an ideal wardrobe, an intentional wardrobe… whatever name you might call it, the basic idea is the same. Fewer clothes, higher quality, less stress, cost, and space. As a Washington Post article entitled “life is easier with a capsule wardrobe” explains, quote: First and foremost, capsule wardrobes provide an easy-to-understand framework that makes shopping and getting dressed easier. No longer do you have to wonder whether something will go with something else or if a top and a bottom can be worn together — everything works with everything else. Some sources advise th...
John Paul White
Our guest for episode 26 - and the first of the year - is John Paul White. John Paul is a musician from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He's worked as both a solo artist, as well as in The Civil Wars - a duo he formed with Joy Williams that won an impressive four Grammys. His Southern charm makes listening to him very easy, but there's substance behind what he says too. Elliott Smith had a huge impact on John Paul's career and the way he works. In this interview, he talks about the moment he heard Elliott for the first time and things started clicking into place, as well as his favourite song pick - a track we've been waiting a little while for. **Extra things to look at / listen to:** * Waltz #2 by Elliott Smith on Spotify: [https://open.spotify.com/track/5AMrnF761nziCWUfjBgRUI?si=-hnFm880S5-mt_XuIdF4yA](https://open.spotify.com/track/5AMrnF761nziCWUfjBgRUI?si=-hnFm880S5-mt_XuIdF4yA) * XO by Elliott Smith on Spotify: [https://open.spotify.com/album/1zOxlHQGGV6EH7n4OIFTyh?si=S-zLodZISCig0iS...
The People have Spoken
Filmmaker Astra Taylor asks "What is Democracy?" and YouTube creates the most disliked video in the history of the platform. Chapter One in the new ToE Failure miniseries.
Cocktail Hour: The Mimosa
The combination of orange juice and sparkling wine is an American brunch classic, but its arrival on the scene is pretty recent. Anney and Lauren dive into the history of the mimosa -- and the economics of the bottomless mimosa brunch. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Poetry and the night are some of the last remaining domains of “unknowing”; places where it’s acceptable to digest the world slowly and without conclusion, and where one can linger in, and traverse, experiences like solitude, impermanence, and...
'You Oughta Know' by Alanis Morissette (w/ Jake Weisman)
I...want...you...to know that Jake Weisman (Corporate – @weismanjake) is ON THE SHOW!!! A supremely sexy yet angry episode absorbing the power of Alanis Morissette's 1995 classic, "You Oughta Know" that will surely launch an investigation into Flea's bass performance. Miel tells Demi to shut up a lot. Demi gets drunk with soundboard power. It's a very fun episode.
Episode 367: Baking Chips
Rated NFJ (Not For June) Today we live through excessive nibbling, alien abductions and more of Molly's Willy Wonka obsession to bring you an episode all about Baking Chips. Or Baking Morsels. Whatever they are called, they are better than any Baldwin.
S1 E4: The Cruelty of Children (Tarantula in a Bowl)
Rob and Britta discuss whether this episode is TAL’s first real masterpiece, the role of David Sedaris in the show’s early years, why “The Man in the Well” is the rare example of great audio fiction, the bone-chilling music of the Bulgarian State Television Female Choir, and why an effort to keep children from excluding each other makes Rob weirdly emotional. And we talk to the amazing Marlo Mack, from the podcast How to Be a Girl, about her own unique perspective on the cruelty of children. Links and Show Notes: The Cruelty of Children David Sedaris on Morning Edition Nah Dran by Couch Lydia by Tim Story Coffaro’s Theme by Bill Frisell Santa Land Diaries The Writer in the Well Pilentze Pee by Bulgarian State Television Female Choir How to Be a Girl Gentle Chase by Podington Bear Rob’s Twitter Britta’s Twitter Before It Had a Theme Twitter Review us on Apple Podcasts
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