It’s the final weekly episode of Bill Corbett’s Funhouse. (Not sure if we’ll ever be back in any form, but definitely not for the next few months.) So let’s talk about death, and endings. Then watch us die! Laughs and sadness. And movie and book recommendations. Then death. With Brandi Brown and Bryan Miller.
Bill interviews chef and restaurateur Ann Kim, who recently won the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Midwest. From her early days in Korea to her time working as an actor to her amazing rise as a pizza chef and owner of four restaurants, Ann has a cool and inspiring story.
A follow up to Episode 59 a.k.a. White Supremacist Club. Bill and Brandi chat about the white people problem along with Kyle Tran Myhre, stage name Guante, a hip hop artist, slam poet, activist, and educator based in Minneapolis. With Brandi Brown and Kyle Tran Myhre.
Bill might be an expert in cheesy movies, but his wife Virginia is an expert in cheesy... cheese. Yes, Virginia Corbett is a for-real cheesemonger, a cheese expert for an actual living, and knows her profession well. She and Bill chat about the wonderful world of cheese, and how you might include it in your holiday parties and feasts. Plus lots of conversational diversions and distractions. A lactose super-tolerant show! With Virginia S. Corbett.