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48: James St. James!
Craig & special guest co-host Deven Green welcome the lagendary James St. James to talk Michelle Visage, the influence and loss of Stephen Saban, showing gratitude with pizza-pies, ketamine predicaments, friend families, “Transformations With James St. James”, working at World Of Wonder, chasing bumps, what happens when a loved one does a horrible thing, the importance of reinvention, “Disco Bloodbath”, Andy Warhol, the Club Kid era, unconditional love, a drag queen names Puddin’, speedy scribbles, the Studio 54 of Saginaw, Hott Hospital, drag queen retirement homes, the writing process, and the glory of Pia Zadora. Sign up at https://patreon.com/katyaandcraig to hear hours and hours of exclusive content, including our recent Movie Club episodes with Trixie Mattel and Laganja Estranja! And soon, Deven Green! You’ll also get full-length Hot Dog Club Bonus Episodes (where Thunderbunz was birthed from) as well as Listener Questions episodes featuring Alaska, Courtney Act, Willam, Miss Jasmine Masters, and MORE! Get more James St. James! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jamesstjames1 Twitter: @JSJdarling We’re doing our first LIVE podcast at LA Drag Con!! Tickets: https://rupaulsdragcon.com/# Snatch up our Hott “Are You Gay?” merch exclusively at https://www.dragqueenmerch.com/collections/whimsically-volatile https://twitter.com/katya_zamo https://twitter.com/videodromedisco https://twitter.com/katyaandcraig https://twitter.com/wigsbyvanityhttps://www.instagram.com/katya_zamo https://www.instagram.com/katyaandcraig https://www.instagram.com/videodromedisco
Aired 3 weeks ago 40:24
Ep. 14: Resonant Grains (Craig Eley on Carleen Hutchins)
In the 1950s, a schoolteacher named Carleen Hutchins attempted a revolution in how concert violins are made. In this episode, Craig Eley of the Field Noise podcast tells us how this amateur outsider used 18th century science to disrupt the all-male guild tradition of violin luthiers. Would the myth of the never-equaled Stradivarius violin prove to be true or could a science teacher with a woodshop use an old idea to make new violins better than ever? We also learn about the mysterious beauty of Chladni patterns, the 18th century technique of using tiny particles to reveal how sound moves through resonant objects--the key to Hutchins' merger of art and science. In this episode, we hear the voices of: Quincy Whitney, Carleen Hutchins biographer and a former arts reporter for the Boston Globe. Myles Jackson, a professor of the history of science at Princeton. Joseph Curtin, a MacArthur-award winning violin maker. Sam Zygmuntowicz, an extremely renowned violin maker and creator of Strad3D. Carleen Hutchins herself. You can subscribe to Craig Eley's Field Noise podcast to hear the original version of this story. This episode was edited by Craig Eley and Mack Hagood. Music is by Blue Dot Sessions and Marc Bianchi. The archival interview clips of Carleen Hutchins were provided by filmmaker James Schneider. The interview with Quincy Whitney was recorded by Andrew Parrella at New Hampshire Public Radio.
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James Cameron & Suzy Amis Cameron (Uncut)
"Hope is not a strategy. Luck is not a factor. Fear is not an option." — James CameronJames Cameron (@jimcameron) is a filmmaker and deep sea explorer. He is writer, director and producer of The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, Terminator 2, True Lies, Titanic, and Avatar. Both Titanic and Avatar (the highest grossing film of all time) won the Golden Globe for Best Director and Best Picture and were nominated for a record number of awards. Cameron was also at the vanguard of the 3D renaissance, developing cutting edge 3D camera systems. As an explorer, in 2012, Cameron set the world's solo deep diving record of 35,787' in the Challenger Deep in a vehicle of his own design.A dedicated environmentalist, Cameron founded The Avatar Alliance Foundation to take action on climate change, energy policy, deforestation, indigenous rights, ocean conservation, and sustainable agriculture.He is currently in production on Avatar 2, 3, 4, and 5.Suzy Amis Cameron (@suzymusing) is a noted environmental advocate, mother of five, and the author of OMD: The Simple, Plant-Based Program to Save Your Health, Save Your Waistline, and Save the Planet and the founder of the OMD Movement, a multi-pronged effort to transform eating habits and the food system. She is also a founder of Plant Power Task Force, focused on showing the impact of animal agriculture on climate change and the environment, founded in 2012 with her husband James Cameron and Craig McCaw. In 2005, she founded MUSE School, the first school in the country to be 100% solar powered with zero waste and a 100% organic, plant-based lunch program. Additionally, she is a founder of Verdient Foods, Cameron Family Farms, Food Forest Organics, and Red Carpet Green Dress. As an actor she has been featured in more than 25 films, including The Usual Suspects and Titanic.This episode features the entire set of questions and answers with Suzy and James, and if features all the answers that are in the two short episodes, one of which is published on "The Tim Ferriss Show" and the other published on this podcast.
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