The Beer Show Eps 7

Date 11 October 2017

The Beer Show with your hosts Tom Dalldorf, editor and publisher of Celebrator Beer News, and KVMR's own Wesley Robertson, host of Rockin-N-Stompin for our seventh show aimed at promoting craft beer knowledge and good beer appreciation and of course to entertain KVMR radio’s audience. 

This episode features interviews with John Martin, founder of Triple Rock Brewery & Jupiter in Berekley CA, as well as making Drakes what it is today. Also from Haines Alaska, Paul Wheeler of Haines Brewery, and much more.

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John Martin

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Paul Wheeler




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Down To Earth 19 June 2017

Date 19 June 2017

Down To Earth, hosted by Sienna Gold. Death And The Fear Of Death. Sierra Gold discusses death, the afterlife, and how we deal with death. With Guests.




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Sienna Gold Down to Earth 5-15-17

Date 15 May 2017

Sienna Gold Down to Earth 5-15-17




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Greg Bratman Nature and Rumination October 21, 2016

Date 16 February 2017

Dr. Greg Bratman of Stanford University discusses his research on the effects on the brain of nature experiences.

Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation.

Gregory Bratman, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences

gbratman@stanford.edu




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Best of Health: Shaun Burner Interview on Jade Hotel

Date 13 December 2016




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Good Stuff: Interview with Butch Hancock

Date 5 November 2016

Kim Rogers interview Butch Hancock who will be performing with his son Rory on Wednesday, November 9, 2016, 7:30p, at the Off Center Stage in Grass Valley.

Click Here for more info on the show

Click Here for more info on Good Stuff

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An interview with Maura O'Connell & Jerry Douglas

Date 13 October 2016

Host Jenny Michael sits down with singer/songwriter Maura O'Connell and dobro master Jerry Douglas for a pre-show chat before their appearnace at The Center For The Arts in Grass Valley.

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photo by John Taber LIVESHOTS

Click Here for Maura O'Connell's website.

Click Here for Jerry Douglas's website

The Wednesday Music Magaine
A mix of music from around the world that makes a difference, new tunes, and live local grooves.

 




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The Underground Sound: David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium - Hour 2

Date 12 October 2016

Meri St. Mary interviews David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium with loads of listener questions & requests LIVE on The Underground Sound.

David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium Interview 9-18-16 (I know it's not the same date as the file tags, but trust us this is the real date of when the showed aired and the confusions is due to alien shape shifting time-travel interfernce.

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The Underground Sound: David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium - Hour 1

Date 12 October 2016

Meri St. Mary interviews David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium with loads of listener questions & requests LIVE on The Underground Sound.

David Liebe Hart & Jonah Th' Mole Mocium Interview 9-18-16 (I know it's not the same date as the file tags, but trust us this is the real date of when the showed aired and the confusions is due to alien shape shifting time-travel interfernce.

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The Underground Sound - June 16, 2013 - interview with artist/musician/poet VAL DENHAM

Date 23 June 2013

Listen in as Meri St. Mary talks with Val Denham an artist/musician/poet from Bradford (Vallanda) UK. In this hour we cover the waterfront, so to speak, on a number of interesting events in Val’s life as an artist from the distant past to now! Val’s body of artwork is extensive both visually & musically: this year a book will be released entitled “Dysphoria” where you can peruse & ponder her works at yer leisure (a CD w/the same title will be released as well). Chatting with Val is a fun informative visit into the personality of a creative genius that is challenging to put into words & rather difficult to articulate so I will give you several queries (the answers lie in the interview) after which you will receive a prize! Why was headmaster Mr. Taylor concerned w/young Val enough to merit a visit to his office? What book would Val save from her library in case of a fire? Why was Val’s artwork deemed so disturbing that 2 detectives found her to be a “person of interest” in the Yorkshire Ripper case? What is it about the horrifying & dark side of the human psyche that obsesses & influences Val’s work? How did Auntie Betty’s picture cards from tea packets spark Val’s color fixation that exists to this day? How does one imagine smelling a strawberry? Why does Val thank the stars for estrogen? What & where does “Caligula On Acid” come from? How does an obsessive/compulsive deal w/dust? Why did Genesis P-Orridge get freaked out by a letter from Val? On whose albums has Val’s artwork appeared? Who wrote the forward to her new book? How many CD’s has Val released & with whom has she collaborated? If you are going to San Francisco why must you guard your Val Denham CD’s with your life? How long has Val been married & to whom & is she father/mother or both? All this & more, more, more PLUS original music from Val: “I Want Your Sex”, “City Lights” & “Thinking About My Girl” as well as an impromptu “Meri St. Mary Intro” song she gifted me with that is The Underground Sound’s new theme song! So here’s the prize: when you find yourself stumped in a conversation simple repeat this phrase: “IT’S A DUMMY & IT’S FULL OF CONCRETE”!!! & Thank the Stars for VAL DENHAM!!!
See links to all her projects below…………..




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The Underground Sound - Oct 11, 2012 - interview w/Debora Iyall (of Romeo Void)

Date 18 October 2012

Listen in as Meri St. Mary talks with Debora Iyall, singer, lyricist & founding member of Romeo Void a band that had success from 1981-1985. In this hour Debora shares her experience as a high school drop out who studied poetry leading her to SF's Art Institute where Romeo Void was formed in an era of immense creativity that led to many other art bands of the burgeoning SF punk scene.

Debora Iyall

The band also rehearsed at Clubfoot (along w/the OFFS, chris isaack & many others). With the demise of the band, Debora began teaching art @ The American Indian Charter School emphasizing poetry. She relocated to the desert: 29 Palms (Joshua Tree) as an extreme residency specialist throughout the area. She attended Lewis & Clark College subsequently teaching at The Navajo Nation in Arizona & as a teacher she gave the gift that keeps on giving. In 2010 Debora began performing again & formed Dottie Records, had a successful Kickstarter Campaign & released 2 solo efforts: Stay Strong & Singing Til Sunrise. She's been busy doing art shows, spoken word, acoustic & has a new band that has played LA, SF, SAC & most recently Nevada City. She finds writing is of interest massaging the words & bringing colors & emotions to her pieces, Debora wears many artistic hats & carries herself with grace, dignity, humility & a healthy dose of humor as well as one of the hardest working women in the business (even taking questions from Tyler Cook & Monte Cazazza in studio A). In this hour she shares tidbits from her illustrious past & dreams for the future: she is on the edge as she wants to be, but in her heart wants to INSPIRE! So Git Yer Medicine Woman Wheel ON! and NEVER SAY NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 




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The Underground Sound - June 7 2012 - Martin Atkins Interview

Date 12 June 2012

Tune in & listen as Meri St. Mary talks with Martin Atkins; musician, teacher, lecturer, author, independent label person, documentary filmmaker & dad. Martin has played with such groups as Brian Brain, Public Image Limited, Ministry, Pigface, Killing Joke & Damage Manuel and more. When I saw PiL in LA years back I knew these guys were talented smartypants, however, Martin has excelled in many other areas of artistic expression. He is the author of Tour:Smart, Welcome to the Music Buisiness You’re Fucked & the forthcoming Band: Smart as well as an honorary board member of Chicago based Rock for Kids. Martin is something akin to a slightly older brother who is an encyclopedia of USEFUL information that would behoove you to pay attention to. He is clever, funny & frank in this hour that ranges from putting on a great show, making compelling art to the marketing side of things, touring, the music & bands he recorded in China. Working with “allegedly at risk kids” he came up with the t-shirt “at risk for not being BORING!” & I personally am looking forward to “Kickstarter:Crackpipe” the 411 on navigating the labyrinth of dysfunction & OCD that is Kickstarter. Now go git yer Band:Smart on & get inspired & informed!




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The Underground Sound - Thursday, January 5, 2012 - Tequila Mockingbird Interview

Date 9 January 2012

Tune in as Meri St. Mary talks with TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD a Hollywood based artiste of all trades who has been inspiring & upsetting folks while creating her own niche in the underground Hollywood scene. In true punk spirit (i.e. let’s put on a show cuz we don’t have a place to go) Tequila has gotten her punk historian on & is currently putting together a show in downtown LA entitled “A Case of the Punks” a Punk Rock Museum in collaboration with Ghetto Gloss & KGB Studios. Folks are converging from all over the planet to take part in this event, speaking of which, special guest DAVID WORTH of PUNK ROCK CARTOONS is on at the beginning of the interview all the way from Blackpool England (you will love him). Listen in to hear Tequila’s own opinions, point of view, humor & experience that are uniquely her own. The PUNK ROCK MUSEUM is opening this weekend, go go go (you can thank her in person) Oi! Now quit taking yourself so seriously, git your punk on & have some fun! DAMMIT!




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Down To Earth Mon Aug 08 2011

Date 8 August 2011

This is a special edition of Down To Earth. Sienna is sitting in for Haines Ely on the Earth Mysteries Show.

Sienna Gold is a highly skilled intuitive and personal coach whose lighthearted approach helps people enjoy life with ease and a sense of humor.

Traditional metaphysical and new-age thinkers encourage you to release painful memories that cause suffering and just “let them go.” Sienna identifies emotional blocks and then offers a down-to-earth and practical way to look at old patterns and unconscious belief systems that are the root of unpleasant personal and professional experiences in your life. She then provides you with tools and strategies to honestly feel the effects of the past so that it no longer impinges upon the present.

Depression is today’s topic.




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The Underground Sound - Thurs, 3-31-2011 with Craig Pop Artist

Date 3 April 2011

The Underground Sound
Every other Thursday 12:00 AM to 4:00 AM

Meri St. Mary interviews SF based Craig Pop Artist

Craig Pop Artist

Having been inlfuenced by pop art and rock and roll, Craig began his professional career photographing Queen. While working for Rolling Stone magazine in the 80's he met Robert Mappelthorpe, Stephen Sprouse and Debbie Harry who encouraged him to explore other mediums, thus his patining career began. While working for Oprah Winfery his first illustarations were used in a natinal Ad campaign. Most recently his photography is featured in the book "I am in the band". Craig is proud to show his work at Lennon Studios, Bathroom Murals. Listen in as Craig weaves a tapestry of tales on his journey through the art & entertainment world. He is at once down to earth, articulate, forthcoming and funny.




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Earthquakes - Eldridge Moores - Soundings - March 22, 2011

Date 22 March 2011

Mt. Shasta bears a strong resemblance to Mt. Fujiyama. No coincidence: the tectonic setting of Cascadia – the Northern California to British Columbia – is much like that of Japan, so California and Japan share styles of volcanism … and patterns of seismicity.

Readers of John McPhee’s Assembling California will be familiar with Eldridge Moores’s (UC Davis) seminal work in plate tectonics. I spoke with Moores about earthquakes, tsunamis and gold.




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Conversations with Michael Stone, December 7th, Osprey Orielle Lake, MA: Uprisings For the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature

Date 7 December 2010

Osprey Orielle Lake, is a lifelong advocate of social and environmental justice issues. She is the Director of the Women’s Earth and Climate Caucus, on the governing Board of Praxis Peace Institute and an advisor to the International Eco-Cities Standards initiative. Osprey has traveled to five continents studying ancient and modern cultures while making presentations at international conferences and universities. Her themes concern new cultural narratives and the way public imagery and stories either enhance or distance our relationship with the Earth. Her book, Uprisings for the Earth: Reconnecting Culture with Nature, has just been released.




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Monday Morning Show, December 6th, Stephanie Mencimer of Mother Jones Magazine

Date 6 December 2010

Everything you may not have known about the Tea Party

Award-winning investigative journalist Stephanie Mencimer of Mother Jones Magazine has been following the Tea Party movement over the past year and talks about the locally formed national Tea Party Patriots and its founder, Mark Mekler, as well as controversial Tea Party opposition to sustainable development and food safety.




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KVMR Evening News Wednesday December 1st, Building Codes

Date 1 December 2010

On January 1st some new building codes will be in effect for Nevada County. Paul Emery spoke with Brian Wascho, Director of Building for the Nevada County Building Department, about some of these new regulations.




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Universal Tapestry, Tuesday November 9th, a preview of "My Father Who Art in Nature" a film about John Olmsted

Date 9 November 2010

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Nature conservationist John Olmsted’s son, Alden Olmsted visited with broadcaster Cheri Snook to share a preview of his film, “My Father Who Art in Nature.” Alden is a screen writer and director in Hollywood where he wrote and is directing the film of his father’s life.

Alden shared the pain of his father’s absence since childhood because John’s journey was and still is with Mother Nature. As a grown man, Alden has come to better understand his father’s calling and his historical accomplishment of preserving hundreds of thousands of acres of California land.




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