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I Love You So Much: The Austin360 Podcast
26 minutes | Feb 7, 2020
Ep 114: 'Gentrified’ series creator on life and change in Austin
“Gentrified” creator Tia Willams chats with Austin360 radio hosts JB Hager and Whitney Stropp about the inspiration behind her five-episode series focused on the lives of three black millennials in East Austin.
27 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Ep 113: Love and pizza— An Austin couple ties the knot at the ABGB
Austin360 editor Eric Webb chat's with Kate Urquiola about how she and her husband Iker met at Austin's beloved ABGB waterhole. And got engaged there. And got married there, too.
30 minutes | Jan 24, 2020
Ep 112: Trail of Dead on longevity and their new album
Conrad Keely and Jason Reece of the band more-or-less Austin-based outfit ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead talk with Austin360's Joe Gross about their just-released 10th album, longevity and the band turning 25 this year.
29 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
Ep 111: Hell on Wheels - What it takes to skate in the Texas Roller Derby
Austin famously relaunched the modern roller derby movement nearly 20 years ago, and today, two leagues dominate the sport. The Texas Rollergirls, which skate on a flat track, and Texas Roller Derby, one of only a handful of banked track leagues in the country. TXRD, as it is known, has a new season starting this month, and we brought in Jenna Johnson, a veteran member of the Cherry Bombs, to talk about what it takes to make it in derby, why the sport has grown so much in popularity and how this skater-owned league continues to thrive.
16 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
Ep 110: Rising artist Harry Edohoukwa on ATX hip-hop and emotional rap
Austin American-Statesman music writer Deborah Sengupta Stith chats with Austin360 January Artist of the Month, Harry Edohoukwa, about the powerful songs on his debut album, “Fire on the Mountain,” how his Nigerian heritage influences his sound and why he doesn’t do party rap.
35 minutes | Jan 3, 2020
Ep 109: The year (and decade) in Austin food
Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam and Austin360 radio host J.B. Hager discuss the biggest stories from the year in Austin dining, along with top dishes from the year, and look back at the most influential restaurants of the decade.
32 minutes | Dec 20, 2019
Ep 108: What Austin and the community mean to P. Terry’s
On Dec. 14, local burger chain P. Terry’s held it’s quarterly Giving Back Days hit a new milestone: More than $1 million was donated given to nonprofit organizations across the Austin area. One of those is the Statesman Season for Caring, which features 12 families from local nonprofit organizations and helps hundreds of others throughout the year. We talked to P. Terry’s co-founders Kathy and Patrick Terry about why they give back to the community and the appeal of burgers, shakes and fries.
27 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Ep 107: Vapor Caves talk ATX hip-hop, modern grooves and bowling
Music writer Deborah Sengupta-Stith chats with Austin360 December Artists of the Month, Vapor Caves. Andrew Thaggard and Yadira Brown, the duo behind the group talk about how coming up in the ATX hip-hop scene shaped them as artists & more.
56 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
Ep 106: The ultimate Christmas TV episode binge list
This week's episode is all about our absolute favorite thing in the world: Christmas TV episodes. Austin360 editor Eric Webb, features editor Sharon Chapman and Statesman breaking news reporter and pop culture maven Kelsey Bradshaw break down the holliest, jolliest content streaming right now.
15 minutes | Nov 22, 2019
Ep 105: I’m grateful so much—What are you thankful for about Austin?
What is it about Austin that you are most grateful for this year? We ask longtime locals, newcomers and celebrity chef Rachel Ray what they're most thankful for about this city we call home.
20 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Ep 104: Chilling out with Little Marzan, Austin360 Artist of the Month
Austin360 music writer Peter Blackstock sits down with two-piece folk band Little Marzan after their live Austin360 Artist of the Month set in November. Little Mazarn is made up of vocalist and banjo player Lindsey Verrill and bowed saw player Jeff Johnston.
29 minutes | Nov 8, 2019
Ep 103: Sweet kicks! Making shoes with Selena McCartney of The Art of Shoes
We head to the shoe lab of Selena McCartney, owner of the Art of Shoes. After a long stint in New York working for Steve Madden, the San Antonio native is the shoe designer behind Katy Perry’s footware collection, and she also teaches shoe-making classes in East Austin.
35 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
Ep 102: An Austin film expert's favorite silver screams
Austin Film Society programmer Lars Nilsen talks to Joe Gross about the horror movies he loves.
38 minutes | Oct 25, 2019
Ep 101: James Beard award-winning chef Chris Shepherd on how to "Cook Like a Local"
James Beard award-winning chef Chris Shepherd has been exploring the myriad cultural and culinary influences of Houston since he opened Underbelly in 2012. The chef, who is appearing at the Texas Book Festival, has released a new cookbook entitled “Cook Like a Local” that celebrates Houston and its rich culinary scene.
20 minutes | Oct 18, 2019
Ep 100: What actor Bruce Campbell loves about Austin
Austin360 editor Eric Webb talks to actor Bruce Campbell ("The Evil Dead" films, "Burn Notice" and more) ahead of his Paramount Theatre visit Oct. 23. This episode contains some explicit language.
32 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
Ep 99: Touring the 'United Tacos of America' with Jarod Neece and Mando Rayo
Statesman restaurant critic Matthew Odam chats with self-described taco journalists Mando Rayo and Jared Neece about their new show, "The United Tacos of America," premiering on Robert Rodriquez’s El Rey Network, in which the two visit eight cities around the country and explore the various food ways and cultures that have led to a taco proliferation.
21 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
EP 98: Why do we love ACL Fest so much?
It's that time of year again: Two weekends of music in Zilker Park. Our music team talked about some of their favorite ACL moments of all time and the sets they’re most looking forward to this year.
18 minutes | Sep 27, 2019
Ep: 97: Peter Blackstock and Joe Gross on Daniel Johnston's memorial service
Family, friends and fans of Daniel Johnston gathered in the Houston suburb of Katy on Saturday to pay respects to the renowned artist and songwriter, who died Sept. 11 at age 58. Join Music Writer Peter Blackstock and Culture Writer Joe Gross as they recount Blackstock's experience memorializing Austin's iconic musician.
15 minutes | Sep 19, 2019
Ep 96: Tim Robbins and a bizarre VHS flick at Austin’s weirdest film fest
Filmmakers and fans from across the globe will converge at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar on Sept. 19 for Fantastic Fest, the world’s largest genre film festival. One of those movies is VHYes, directed and co-written by Jack Henry Robbins. His father, Academy Award winning actor Tim Robbins, produced and acted in the retro comedy shot entirely on VHS and Betamax. Tim chatted with Statesman multimedia producer Alyssa Vidales about VHYes, how home recording culture has evolved and what it was like to collaborate with his son.
21 minutes | Aug 30, 2019
Ep 95: Dir. Ric Roman Waugh on his movie 'Angel Has Fallen' & life in Austin
"Angel Has Fallen" director Ric Roman Waugh discusses why he lives in Austin, what he wanted to do with this film and how PTSD can manifest in different ways for different people.
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