Podcast Garage Turns 3!

A curated episode list by
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Creation Date August 5th, 2019
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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PRX Podcast Garage is a community recording studio, classroom, and event space for audio storytellers of all experience levels. PRX, the award-winning public media company and founder of Radiotopia, opened the first Podcast Garage in Boston in 2016 to support the work of local audio producers and storytellers. The Podcast Garage celebrates three years in the Boston audio community! Check out our curated playlist of podcast episodes from our Community Members, Project Catapult and the Google Podcast creator program teams.
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  2. What makes local food better? More delicious? More nutritious? Or is it the story? We barnstormed Fermentation Fest in Reedsburg Wisconsin and asked 100+ people, "What local food would you be willing to pay double for?... And why?"
  3. Season 2 of Iconography begins with a look at the relationship between two New England icons - a marathon that's become not just the definitive marathon experience but perhaps the definitive Boston experience, and an advertisement that's transc
  4. Cora joins us again to to discuss race, blackness, mothering and motherhood, and reproductive labor. You can explore Cora’s work at https://polychora.org/. Topics Touched: housewifery as administrative experience, the institution of “hired help
  5. The fruits of the Second Annual Year-End Patreon Listener Challenge has us staring directly into the cold dead eyes of the beast! How could this restoration of a forgotten 19th century Spanish fresco have gotten so grotesquely botched, and wha
  6. In the first of three episodes from our bonus mini-season of the Pledge, Allison shares her own story of political activism in the 2018 midterm elections. Using audio diary entries along with interviews with friends who shared the journey, Alli
  7. Episode 3: Water Meets Land As the global water crisis intensifies, the Colorado River Basin is poised to become a model for how to bring together stakeholders representing agriculture, urban areas, and the natural environment. In this episode,
  8. Maureen and Heather discover the story of a 19th Century South Boston serial killer. You’ll appreciate the gritty details as your hosts imagine the circumstances and motivations of these intriguing characters. Oh, and man junk.
  9. Gina Ortiz Jones fights to win back this swing district and citizens protest as the Trump Administration tears refugee children from their parents and moves to build a wall on the Rio Grande.
  10. High school teachers Ben and Tony face off in a classic battle of departments.

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