North Avenue Lounge

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Guest: Tyson Duffy Charlie talks with his friend Tyson Duffy about the distinction in their politics made clear by the current presidential primary season. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Alain Della Negra Charlie talks with French artist and filmmaker Alain Della Negra about Second Life, art, and his 2009 film "The Cat, the Reverend and the Slave." Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts Charlie, Keren, and Shannon gather in the studio and interview each other with plenty of chatter, discussion, and sass. Host: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts
Guests: Doris Mukangu & Elise Witt Shannon talks with Doris Mukangu & Elise Witt about the Amani Women Center, Johari Africa Enterprise, and the Global Village Project. Find out about some of the amazing things that are happening in Clarkston and in the area with refugees who have been resettled in Metro Atlanta. From sewing to singing, you'll finish the hour with a renewed creative spirit--and definitely ready to attend All Singing: The Elise Witt Songbook release concert on Nov. 23 at Chosewood Arts Complex. Host: Shannon Turner
Guest: The actual podcast Hidden Voices, episode 1 & 2 This week, we showcase the podcast Hidden Voices after featuring the creators and producers in our last episode. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: Shannon M Turner, Irene Turner, Maria Pinkelton, Michelle Khouri Charlie talks with some of the team that has created the podcast Hidden Voices, part of the GCDD Storytelling Project, spotlighting the stories of people with developmental disabilities and their families. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Oulimata Gueye Charlie talks with Oulimata Gueye, the critic, curator, and artists about electronic music, science fiction from Africa, and fireboats. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts Charlie, Keren, and Shannon gather in the studio and interview each other with plenty of chatter, discussion, and sass. Host: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts
Guests: Jessyca Holland & Audrey Gamez of C4 Atlanta; Eileen Lee & Martine Resznick of The Lola Shannon talks with the women who lead C4 Atlanta and The Lola about holding space for creative entrepreneurs and women professionals to grow their businesses. Host: Shannon M. Turner
Guest: Jason Ward, communications coordinator for National Audubon and host of Topic Video's "Birds of North America." Keren talks to naturalist Jason Ward about his love for birds, his conservation advocacy, and his efforts to engaging people of color in exploring the outdoors. Host: Keren Landman
Guest: Zachary Steele, founder and executive director of the Broadleaf Writers Association Charlie talks with Zach Steele about the writing life, writing fears, and the Broadleaf writing conference. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: Monica Campana, Executive Director of Living Walls, and artists/muralists Maite Nazario and Lisette Correa Keren talks to the director of urban mural powerhouse Living Walls and two of its collaborating artists about the organization's recent Start Talking, Stop HIV campaign, a series of community events culminating in the painting of an HIV mural in southwest Atlanta. Host: Keren Landman
Guests: Cody Turner and Brittany Wilson Charlie talks with the "Atlanta office" of Sofar Sounds about secret shows, booking acts, and creating community. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Sean Dietrich Shannon speaks with prolific author, storyteller, blogger, and musician, Sean Dietrich, aka Sean of the South. Sean speaks about growing up as an underestimated kid, his early influencers, how community college change his life, and talks about writing process. In the final segments, Sean reads from his daily blog and we sample his podcast performances. Host: Shannon M. Turner
Guests: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts Charlie, Keren, and Shannon gather in the studio and interview each other with plenty of chatter, discussion, and sass. Host: All the North Avenue Lounge hosts
Guest: Meagan Jain Charlie speaks with artist and gerontologist Meagan Jain about age, art, and Atlanta. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: Kate Rope & Soniah Kamal Shannon talks with with two of Atlanta's most exciting authors. Kate Rope's new book, "Strong As a Mother," is a practical and compassionate guide to preparing for a smooth start to motherhood, both physically and emotionally. Soniah Kamal is returning to the show, this time with her new book, "Unmarriagable," a retelling of Jane Austen's "Pride & Prejudice" set in Pakistan. Host: Shannon M. Turner
Guest: Jake and Nina Elsas of The Patch Works, Cabbagetown's Art and History Center Keren talks to the founders of The Patch Works about their efforts to preserve and educate locals and visitors about the history of Cabbagetown, the role of hyperlocal preservation in reducing some of the negative impacts of gentrification, and the joys of reconnecting people to place. Host: Keren Landman
Guest: Dr. Karen Head of Georgia Tech Charlie talks with Dr. Karen Head, professor and associate chair of the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech, about poetry, education, administration, and Bert's chili. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Lacy Hodges Charlie talks with Dr. Lacy Hodges about how she came to Georgia Tech and the challenges and opportunities in running a first-year college orientation course at Georgia Tech. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Jill Wener, MD of Conscious Health Meditation Keren talks to a physician and meditation instructor about how Vedic meditation techniques can help healthcare providers manage stress, avoid burnout, and improve bedside manner -- mountaintop and Om-face optional. Host: Keren Landman
Guests: Anne Collins Smith, Leatrice Ellzy, and Shantrelle Lewis Shannon talks with leaders from the Spelman Museum and Hammonds House about their history, the state of black art institutions, and the important exhibits they currently feature. Spelman Museum has two exhibits: Amy Sherald returns to her roots at the Atlanta University Center after rocketing to fame when she painted the now famous Michelle Obama portrait in the National Gallery. At the same time, our guest Anne Collins Smith curates "PRESENCE: Meditations on the Spelman College Collection." Hammonds House currently features "Dandy Lion: (Re) Articulating Black Masculine Identity." Host: Shannon M. Turner
Guests: Laura Levy and Clint Zeagler Charlie discusses the exhibit "Nostalgic Futures," examining the work of the GVU Center over 25 years, with its co-curators, Clint Zeagler and Laura Levy of Georgia Tech. Host: Charlie Bennett
Guest: Jon Carr, David Russell, Nicholas Tecosky, Charles Parrott, Maddie Fay, Benjamin Carr, Rita Nicole Leslie The North Avenue Lounge is pleased to showcase the Atlanta podcast "Atlanta Storytellers." Host: Charlie Bennett
Guests: Andrew Cannon and Mike Filler Charlie discusses the origin and ongoing run of the podcast Nanovation with the producers Mike Filler and Andrew Cannon. Host: Charlie Bennett
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Podcast Details

Created by
North Avenue Lounge
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
Mar 18th, 2017
Latest Episode
Feb 25th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
229
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No

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