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A somber memorial for the late Lou Reed offered his music and zero apologies.
This week on Sew & Tell, I have the honor of featuring a true visionary in the field of fashion: designer Pia Interlandi. Pia’s work began as an exploration of dissolvable textiles and garment deconstruction; eventually, through that work and the personal loss of her grandfather, Pia started to question the ways in which we traditionally dress bodies for burial. Her investigations ultimately led Pia to launch her own bespoke burial garment business, Garments for the Grave. On today’s show, you’ll hear from Pia about her dissolvable fabric designs, the moving experience that led her to investigate burial garments, her forensic studies of textile disintegration, and the philosophies and practices behind the grown natural burial movement. Plus, a playlist featuring brand new tracks from Candian artists Sebastien Grainger and Megan Bonnell, along with Brooklyn’s The Can’t Tells, Argentinian singer-songwriter Juana Molina, a brand new Bavarian trio called Aloa Input, and more. So tune in and learn how to be a conscientious fashionista, even in the afterlife…
Can we finally take the “remains” out of human remains? Please?
Drinking yourself to death is easier than you think.
BEATS. DRUMS. PASSION. SOUL. Feel the pulse of the world & tune in to DJ Meredith’s Afrobeat Show!
What’s a band to do when the lead singer quits? A few lessons from the classic rock history book.
We don’t want to cry wolf, but you probably should never eat anything from a plastic container. Here’s why…

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