This week, we’ll hear a conversation between contributor Bryan Bruchman and guest Kyle Hurst, one of the founders of BIG aLICe BREWING Co. — a brewery in Long Island City, NY, with a unique approach to how it brews and sells beer.
Later in the episode, Jacqueline Soller and J. McVay discuss the newly released movie, All About Nina, directed by Eva Vives and starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Common.
We’ll hear a 1st person story from Michele about how he gained his independence by working summers as a teenage.
We’ll also hear from Radio Dispatch’s Molly Knefel with her reflections on the first year of the Me Too movement and whether we may be standing on the edge of a world in which hurting women may finally be a dealbreaker.
And we’ll take an exclusive early listen to a performance by Brooklyn band A Deer A Horse from their upcoming BTR Live Studio session.
Music composed by and show edited by Hansdale Hsu.
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