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Museum Confidential
Cheech & Chicano Art

Museum Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:16 Very Popular


The one and only Cheech Marin (Cheech & Chong) stops by to discuss his recently opened museum, The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art and Culture. Nicknamed “The Cheech,” the 61,420-square-foot, two-story center resides in what used to be the downtown public library in Riverside, California and houses nearly 500 paintings, drawings, and sculptures. That's a lot, man. Far out. 

Hotboxing (the Car Krush podcast)
72. Girls Will be La Play Girls w/ Jacqueline Valenzuela

Hotboxing (the Car Krush podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 76:35


Multimedia artist Jaqueline Valenzuela introduces us to her alter ego La Play Girl, a 1975 Cadillac Eldorado. Afterwards she tries to convince us she's not a ‘car girl', you be the judge. Check out Jaquline's art here Dope merch from Lover's Only Anti-Racist Art Teachers  Edited & mixed by Emdognightmare   Hugs, thank you & high fives to Greg Meleney for the killer tunez!

Help Existing
Help Examining Biphobia—Author Aaron H. Aceves

Help Existing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 27:19


It's Bisexual Awareness Week, and I want to celebrate my people! In the fifth episode of Help Existing, I spoke with author Jen Winston about understanding bisexuality better. That's a great primer on a lot of the myriad serious (and sometimes fun) issues bi people face.  This week, I wanted to talk with a bisexual man about what his experience has been like. For men, it is often more stigmatized to be bi. While bi women are often infuriatingly assumed to "really" be straight, bi men are assumed to "really" be gay. This conversation about why that is should help you examine your own internalized biphobia (even if you yourself are bi!). Aaron Aceves is the author of the new bisexual YA novel This Is Why They Hate Us. He's a Mexican-American-born writer who graduated from Harvard, received his MFA from Columbia, and is a teacher at UT Austin. He spoke with me about his new book, and also about his own experiences as a bisexual Chicano man.  I hope you enjoy this conversation and support any bisexuals in your life. Including if that bisexual is yourself! Help Existing is listener (and host) supported! Any contributions you can my to my Venmo @rachel-krantz help me keep going and are very appreciated. Thanks!

The Gangster Chronicles
Introducing: More Than a Movie: American Me

The Gangster Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 1:30


When Edward James Olmos set out on his directorial debut, American Me, he wanted to accomplish two things: to represent Chicano culture on the big screen and to save part of his community from gang violence. But when people were allegedly murdered because of their participation in the film and Olmos himself was allegedly extorted by the real life Mexican Mafia, it exposed the unintended risks of trying to represent someone with an agenda in mind, even a well-meaning one. On the 30th anniversary of the cult classic, host Alex Fumero and producer Nigel Duara delve into the true story of American Me and the legacy the controversial film left behind.   Listen here and subscribe to More Than a Movie: American Me on the iHeartRadio app or wherever you get your podcasts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Secret Sonics
Secret Sonics 158 - Tim O'Sullivan - Fostering Inspiration in the Studio

Secret Sonics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 111:25


Tim O'Sullivan is a music producer, audio engineer, and mixing engineer based out of LA, CA, USA! In our second chat on the podcast, Tim brings us up to date and shares what he's done since our last conversation; the closing of Barefoot Recording, setting up an Atmos room for Greg Wells, touring with Chicano Batman, and setting up his own studio in Frogtown. He goes deep on working on the latest Rayland Baxter record, using weird gear and instruments to inspire artists, and focusing the build of his new studio to cater to creative work flows. We also chat about commiting to sounds, new deliverables for mixers, getting stems to add up, having a manager, figuring out what to eliminate to do the work you want to do, and so much more! Check it out!You can learn more about Tim at http://osullivanaudio.com/You can follow Tim on Social MediaIG - https://www.instagram.com/timomusic86/***Thanks to our sponsors!***Save 20% off your first year of Filepass at - https://filepass.com/secretsonicsSave 50% off your first 3 months of Easy Funnels at - https://easyfunnels.io/secret-sonicsClick here to listen to "Thanks for Thinking" - https://www.carlbahner.com/thanks-for-thinking ***Join the Secret Sonics Discord community here(!) - discord.gg/UP97b72W6tYou can listen to the song we discussed in the "Sauce" segment here: "If I Were a Butterfly" by Rayland Baxter - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-roMRDJKic&ab_channel=RaylandBaxter-TopicReferences:Tim's first episode - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2020/7/5/secret-sonics-053-tim-osullivanBarefoot Recording - https://www.instagram.com/barefoot_recording/Money Mark - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_MarkChicano Batman - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicano_BatmanGreg Wells - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greg_WellsDan Silberman - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2022/3/6/secret-sonics-135-daniel-silberman-driving-the-stereo-busIan Sefchick (Magic Death Eye) - https://www.instagram.com/magicdeatheye/Consider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the podcast theme music!Thanks to Gavi Kutliroff for helping edit this episode!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.co Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben

Misterios
El último peldaño (16/09/2022): Fenómenos extraños el en museo, con Aldo Linares · Vuelve la Luz del Pardal

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 119:43


El último peldaño (16/09/2022) FENÓMENOS EXTRAÑOS EN EL MUSEO, CON ALDO LINARES. El pasado domingo Cuarto Milenio tuvo un magistral comienzo de temporada con un magnífico homenaje a la médium Paloma Navarrete, en la emisión se presentó un interesante estudio sobre el fenómeno de la percepción extrasensorial con Aldo Linares como protagonista. En una de las experiencias ofrecidas pudimos ver las percepciones que tuvo en el Museo del Barón de Benifayó, de San Pedro del Pinatar (Murcia), un lugar donde en el pasado pudimos registrar fenómenos extraños y ligado a la “leyenda del fantasma de la Princesa rusa”. Hablamos con Aldo Linares para que nos narrase con detalle todo lo que vivió en la investigación y analizamos los fenómenos ocurridos en aquel museo. AL ENCUENTRO DE “LA LUZ DEL PARDAL”. Existe una leyenda que habla de la presencia de una bola de luz que se manifiesta en un área geográfica muy determinada y en una fecha muy concreta, entre las poblaciones de San Pedro y Casas de Lázaro, en la provincia de Albacete. Se trata de “La Luz del Pardal”. Algunos dicen que solo se trata de un fenómeno meteorológico natural, otros lo relacionan con los OVNIs, pero para muchos es una "Luz de Difuntos", una especie de “Santa Compaña”. Con José Luis Tajada, hablamos del misterio de “La Luz del Pardal”, porque este año se retoma una tradición que data de 1996, cuando comenzaron a realizarse encuentros periódicos en la población de San Pedro (Albacete), como una forma de mantener viva la historia que habla desde antiguo de la presencia de "la misteriosa Luz del Pardal", una curiosa manifestación luminosa que se ha sumado al folklore de la zona y la literatura del misterio. Y ADEMÁS María Chicano nos traerá las noticias especiales y los comentarios de los oyentes y nos informó de la presentación en San Pedro del Pinatar, de “50 Lugares Mágicos de la Región de Murcia”, este sábado, día 17 de septiembre, a las 20h. Para ver los comentarios y documentos añadidos en la nota de Facebook durante la emisión: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10227305846448544&set=a.2457847882182 Con la colaboración de María José Garnández. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza. Blog del programa: http://www.elultimopeldano.blogspot.com.es/ WhatsApp: 644823513 Programa emitido en ONDA REGIONAL DE MURCIA

Inspirational Thoughts
1968 East L.A. Student Walkouts Ignited the Chicano Movement

Inspirational Thoughts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 6:50


Thousands of Mexican American students participated in the 'Blowout,' the first urban, youth-led protest of the burgeoning Chicano civil rights crusade. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nomanslandbynac/support

¿Quién Are We?
The Plant Papi

¿Quién Are We?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:26


Victor Sosa always loved plants. But it wasn't until the Denver entrepreneur saw a post online that he realized he might be able to turn his passion into a business opportunity. He didn't just make the sale. He made houseplants accessible to his community in a whole new way. Host and producer: May Ortega Lead producer: Luis Antonio Perez Editors: Erin Jones, Andrew Villegas Mixing: Rebekah Romberg Additional producers: Jo Erickson, Ana Campbell Theme music by Pedro Lumbrano; additional music courtesy Universal Production Music Cover art: Mia Rincón Executive producers: Brad Turner, Kevin Dale Thanks also to Hart van Denburg, Jodi Gersh, Clara Shelton, Matt Herz, Kim Nguyen, Brittany Werges and CPR's Latino Audience Working Group. QuienAreWe.org Follow May on Twitter: @MayVOrtega Find The Plant Room on Instagram: @PlantRoomDenver

Closing the Gap
The Struggle to Identify in the Latin Diaspora

Closing the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 32:20


People of Latin American descent can identify as Hispanic, Latino/a, Latinx, Latine, or Chicano/a/x. Others prefer to identify as Indigenous as a way to reclaim their roots. Others identify according to their nationality(ies), such as Colombian-American or Mexican-American, to speak out against terms that group multiple countries and cultures together. Identifying under multiple hierarchical systems, and according to two or more different cultures, can be confusing, but also powering. Many of these terms aren't perfect, but they all express the desire for members of the Latin diaspora to organize, mobilize, and advocate for their rights. When we learn about the history of each term, we grow appreciation and understanding for the struggle to find community and belonging. Follow us on Instagram ✨ We want to hear from you! Email us at closingthegappod@gmail.com Cover art by Vivian Garcia (@viv_doodles) Intro and Outro music: Clocks by Smith the Mister (All rights and credit go to Smith the Mister. No copyright infringements intended)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
Independence Day (1996)

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 75:58


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? An episode that was once lost has been found! Join us as we talk about the classic 1996 movie, Independence Day. But first we get down with the sickness and 4th of July. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

Bombtastic
#78 Ketchup with Kelly

Bombtastic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 62:44


It's been a while so Kelly and I have been catching up. Podcast notes: *music *our trip *shout out to Travis *shout out to Bad Counsel and JoJo *LA trip *Part 2 *why we have a part 2 *LA trip *shout out to Ask the Fellas *Mr. Tempo *Bubba Gumps *Elton John *This or that *Commercial shout out break Travis *Babelly *my injury *chicken rocket *what's in the box? *Vegas *Shout out Chris Spring *Karaoke *Stickers *Johnathan rios *Chicano-ish Podcast tattoo *Cat story *Squirrel stories *The Crow *Not in the mood *Grandma *Dave Nunez Smell my Bourbon Podcast Strictly beloved Podcast *Dino Archie and No Champagne Papi *My bday *John Polar Bear *Freddy and Lissy *Arash *Jamaica *Adam Dominguez *Willie Mack *Where next --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alisa-harder4/message

Tales from Aztlantis
Premium Episode 10: Chicano Heritage Month! (Full Episode)

Tales from Aztlantis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 24:57


Chicano Heritage Month? You heard us correctly! In this episode, we take a look at House resolution 1291 which was recently introduced by Congressman Lou Correa to commemorate August as Chicano Heritage Month. The resolution states its purpose as "Recognizing the significance of “Chicano Heritage Month” in August as an important time to celebrate the significant contributions of Mexican Americans to the history of the United States."Song: Soy Chicano by Rumel Fuentes, 1975Your hosts:Kurly Tlapoyawa is an archaeologist, ethnohistorian, cultural consultant, and filmmaker. His research covers Mesoamerica, the American Southwest, and the historical connections between the two regions. He is the author of numerous books and has presented lectures at Harvard University, The University of New Mexico, Yale University, San Diego State University, and numerous others. @kurlytlapoyawaRuben Arellano Tlakatekatl is a scholar, activist, and professor of history. His research explores Chicana/Chicano indigeneity, Mexican indigenist nationalism, and Coahuiltecan identity resurgence. Other areas of research include Aztlan (US Southwest), Anawak (Mesoamerica), and Native North America. He has presented and published widely on these topics and has taught courses at various institutions. He currently teaches history at Dallas College – Mountain View Campus.@TlakatekatlPolitically FitPolitics affects every aspect of your life. Whether it's the pothole you encounter on...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

Misterios
El último peldaño (09/09/2022): La Canción del Baladre: el misterio de sarcófago perdido de Micerinos

Misterios

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 118:48


El último peldaño (09/09/2022) LA CANCIÓN DEL BALADRE: EL MISTERIO DEL SARCÓFAGO PERDIDO DE MICERINOS. En 1837 el coronel Howard Vyse, durante unas excavaciones en la pirámide de Micerinos, encontró el sarcófago del faraón, que estaba vacío. Lo envió con destino a Londres a bordo de la goleta “Beatrice”, pero una tormenta hizo naufragar el barco en aguas españolas, frente a las costas de Cartagena. Desde entonces el paradero del sarcófago es un gran misterio. Esta fascinante historia da origen a una novela, “La Canción del Baladre”, de María Pilar Conn. Con ella hablarnos de su obra y del enigma del sarcófago perdido. RESULTADOS DE LA XXXII GRAN NOCHE DE LOS OVNIS. La XXXII Gran Noche de los OVNIs, que tuvo lugar el pasado 29 de julio, con la que cerramos la anterior temporada de nuestro programa, nos trajo un año mas la magia de la comunicación de muchas personas que nos unimos para volver a vivir la aventura de la radio a la búsqueda de objetos voladores no identificados en los cielos del mundo. En este programa, con Antonio Tapia, conocimos los resultados de los avistamientos registrados que él ha investigado en las pasadas semanas e hicimos una crónica de lo que fue ese gran evento. http://elultimopeldano.blogspot.com/2022/07/la-gran-noche-de-los-ovnis-2022-xxxii.html Y ADEMÁS: Conectamos con Marcos David Gracia, el Director del Museo del Barón de Benifayó, en San Pedro del Pinatar, que nos informó de la presentación en ese enclave de “50 Lugares Mágicos de la Región de Murcia”, el próximo día 17 de septiembre. Y María Chicano nos trajo las noticias especiales y los comentarios de los oyentes. Con la colaboración de María José Garnández. Dirección y presentación: Joaquín Abenza. Blog del programa: http://www.elultimopeldano.blogspot.com.es/ WhatsApp: 644823513 Programa emitido en ONDA REGIONAL DE MURCIA

J.T. The L.A. Storyteller
EPISODE 101 – TURNING MUD INTO GOLD WITH SAL ROSES

J.T. The L.A. Storyteller

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 39:37


Sal Roses returns for a third time with new, independent music for your rotation. We discuss East Hollywood, reggaeton and Bad Bunny, Chicano rap vs West Coast Latinx music, a soon-coming music video from the album, and more; art and photography for Turning Mud Into Gold is provided by @eliasazek and @c.l.v.r.k! Follow Sal onContinue reading EPISODE 101 – TURNING MUD INTO GOLD WITH SAL ROSES →

Fronteras
Raza Unida Party members reflect on Chicano activism on its 50th anniversary

Fronteras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 21:30


The Raza Unida Party — a Mexican American political party and social movement that emerged during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s — will host a 50th Anniversary celebration to honor the work of past members and analyze the current struggles faced by the Latino community.

Inhabit
Cheers to Chicano Culture

Inhabit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 19:17


Erika and Eunice invite you into their soulful conversation with San Diegan brewery owner and economic-development expert David Favela. They explore how cultural representation can unlock the power of design at any scale, from our neighborhoods to the beers we drink. They identify key ingredients for authentic design excellence and remind you that “you are cool.”Click here for the show notes.

POURIN' UP & TALKIN' SH*T!
CHICANO.BOULEVARD.

POURIN' UP & TALKIN' SH*T!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 124:58


PREACH.PROPER.HISTORY. WHAT UP P.U.T.S. FAMILY, HOPE EVERYONE IS GOOD GOOD! IN THE LAB THIS WEEK, ITS MY HONOR TO INTRODUCE THE WELL RESPECTED, WELL KNOWN, CHICANO BOULEVARD (@CHICANOBOULEVARD). SIT BACK AND ENJOY JUST A FEW LIKE MINDED CHICANO'S TRYING TO SPREAD THE CHICANO CULTURE. WE TALK WHERE IT ALL STARTED, AND SPEAK ON WHERE WERE HEADED FOR IN THE FUTURE AS WELL. HERE TO STAY. IF YOU HAVEN'T HAD A CHANCE TO JOIN THE KICKBACKS THAT ARE HOSTED BY CHICANO BOULEVARD, I SUGGEST THAT YOU GIVE THEM A FOLLOW, AND CRUSE ON THROUGH TO THE NEXT GATHERING. SIT BACK, AND ENJOY! BE SURE TO FOLLOW: THE POURIN' UP & TALKIN' SH!T CREW ON IG TO KEEP UP WITH THE LATEST GUEST & EPS! @P.U.T.S_PODCAST (FLACOFLAME) @CASHMEREHORSES (NATEDAWG) @ITSGEEZEE (GEEZEE!) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pourninuppodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pourninuppodcast/support

Norco 80
Find Out What Happened to Oscar Gomez - Part 6

Norco 80

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 32:07


Adolfo reckons with his own relationship to his past and the Chicano student movement. And he finds someone who may have clues about what happened the night Oscar died.  The Forgotten Revolutionary is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/imperfectSupport for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.

Norco 80
Find Out What Happened to Oscar Gomez - Part 2

Norco 80

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 45:44


Adolfo learns that there was a dark side to Oscar's experience in the Chicano student movement.  The Forgotten Revolutionary is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/imperfect Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.

Norco 80
Find Out What Happened to Oscar Gomez - Part 5

Norco 80

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 45:50


Was Oscar going to leave the Chicano student movement? Adolfo discovers new information about Oscar's last months.  The Forgotten Revolutionary is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/imperfect Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people

Arts and Music (Video)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Arts and Music (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

Film and Television (Video)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Film and Television (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

Humanities (Audio)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

Humanities (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)
Conversation with Filmmaker Paul Espinosa

University of California Audio Podcasts (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 33:32


Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer, is the President/CEO of Espinosa Productions, specializing in films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region. He has been involved with producing films for over 35 years and is professor emeritus in the School of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He has worked with public television stations in San Diego and Dallas as a Senior Producer and Executive Producer and has produced, directed, written and hosted numerous programs for PBS. Espinosa received his Ph.D. from Stanford University in Anthropology. Series: "Critically Human" [Humanities] [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 38288]

New Books in American Politics
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in American Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Economic and Business History
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in Economic and Business History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in Drugs, Addiction and Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/drugs-addiction-and-recovery

New Books in the American West
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in the American West

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-west

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast
Back to School (1986) with DOOM GENERATION

88 Miles Per Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 81:24


Where does our DeLorean take us this week? It's a crossover episode with the crew from Doom Generation. They join us to talk about the classic 1986 movie, Back to School. It's a crazy revisit that takes us all over the place from Disneyland to Kmart. All this and more before heading Back to the Future. Join two Chicanos as they hop in their Delorean and travel Back in Time to revisit the movies, music, and moments of their past. 

New Books in History
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in American Studies
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Food
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in Food

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

UNC Press Presents Podcast
Allyson P. Brantley, "Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism" (UNC Press, 2021)

UNC Press Presents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 52:11


Before the craft beer revolution, Coors was a hot commodity. Impossible to find outside a few states in the West, the beer had a level of "cool" that only comes from scarcity. However, this veneer of desirability masked all manner of unfair and discriminatory labor practices within the Coors Brewing Company itself.  In Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism (UNC Press, 2021), La Verne University professor Allyson Brantley describes how labor activists built a coalition that punctured the aura surrounding the iconic beer brand and created lasting change within the company. Chicano activists, union organizers, and LGBTQ protesters found common ground in aligning against Coors, and the story of their boycott movement - its failures as well as its successes - shows that activism and coalition building were vibrant and viable strategies, even during the depths of Reagan era conservatism. The story of Coors is the story of corporate union busting, New Right conservatism, and grassroots activism, all poured into one can. Dr. Stephen R. Hausmann is an assistant professor of history at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.

¿Quién Are We?
The Green Chile Recipe

¿Quién Are We?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 19:54


Brandon Vargas feels incredible pride when he thinks of his grandmother's green chile recipe. So he set out to recreate it for his friends and family. There was just one catch: She never wrote down the recipe. Host and producer: May Ortega Lead producer: Luis Antonio Perez Editors: Andrew Villegas, Dennis Funk, Brad Turner Mixing: Pedro Lumbrano Additional producers: Rebekah Romberg, Jo Erickson, Erin Jones Theme music by Pedro Lumbrano; additional music courtesy Universal Production Music Cover art: Mia Rincón Executive producers: Brad Turner, Kevin Dale Thanks also to Hart van Denburg, Jodi Gersh, Clara Shelton, Matt Herz, Kim Nguyen, Brittany Werges and CPR's Latino Audience Working Group. QuienAreWe.org Follow May on Twitter: @MayVOrtega

Rightnowish
Permanent Behavior: Repping “Cali-Chicano” Tattoo Style

Rightnowish

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 22:19


Our series, Permanent Behavior: Getting Tatted in the Bay, starts with tattoo artist Miguel "Bounce" Perez. Perez has vivid childhood memories of art created by his family: His mother drew “chola-style” portraits of women with feathered hair and sharp brows, while his uncles created lettering in Cali-Chicano Old English script. His father was part of a car club in his West Berkeley community, a neighborhood that was also home to a number of aerosol graffiti murals. All of this poured into Perez, and laid the foundation for what he does today. He's a versatile artist, who sees collaboration with his clients as central to his work. He's done touch-ups for people who've been incarcerated, and even inked a team of mathletes. His art is detailed and graphic, ranging from Mayan Goddesses to anime characters. Perez says he doesn't have a "specialty," but he often does cover-ups of older tattoos; a community service of sorts. He's also part of the art collective Trust Your Struggle, which paints murals in countries for historically colonized and under-resourced communities. Given Perez's experiences with both impermanent aerosol and indelible ink, we figured he'd be the best person to start this exploration into the culture of tattooing in the Bay Area, and what it feels like to create permanent artwork-- if such a thing exists. Read the transcript here. 

Inhabit
Welcome to Summer Jam

Inhabit

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 3:51


Don't put away the beach bag just yet. The Perkins&Will podcast is back with a new co-host—hello, Eunice Wong!—and a special series focused on the people and places that bring us joy. Over three episodes, Erika and Eunice break down their recent conversation with Chicano brewery owner David Favela and how he designs for equity in Barrio Logan, San Diego.Click here for the show notes.

California Sun Podcast

Long before we knew him as a comedian or comic actor, Cheech Marin started collecting Chicano art. The result of that passion is now on permanent display at the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture, known as “The Cheech,” in Riverside. The story of how the museum came to be, of Marin's deep understanding of the links between Chicano art and culture, and of how his interest and knowledge evolved all comes to light on this week's podcast.  

Tales from Aztlantis
Episode 37: Chicano humor with Lalo Alcaraz!

Tales from Aztlantis

Play Episode Play 55 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 75:37


We are joined by POCHO Magazine creator and Chicano editorial cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz to talk about Chicano humor, cultural representation, and censorship!Lalo Alcaraz is an award-winning visual/media artist and television/film writer. A Los Angeles resident, he has been chronicling the ascendancy of Chicanos in the U.S. for over a quarter-century.The busy Chicano artist is the creator of the syndicated daily comic strip La Cucaracha seen in the L.A. Times and other newspapers nationwide.Alcaraz is founder and Jefe-in-Chief of POCHO, which started out as a Xeroxed zine in the last century and now ranks a leading Chicano satire website.A prolific political cartoonist, Lalo is the winner of six Los Angeles Press Club awards for Best Editorial Cartoon.He was an editorial cartoonist for the L.A. Weekly from 1992-2010 and now creates editorial cartoons in English and Spanish for Andrews McMeel Syndication, Daily Kos, and various newspapers, including Philadelphia's Al Dia News.His work has appeared on 60 Minutes, CBS News, NBC, Univision, and in hundreds of publications.Your host:Kurly Tlapoyawa is an archaeologist, ethnohistorian, cultural consultant, and filmmaker. His research covers Mesoamerica, the American Southwest, and the historical connections between the two regions. He is the author of numerous books and has presented lectures at Harvard University, The University of New Mexico, Yale University, San Diego State University, and numerous others. @kurlytlapoyawaBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREESupport the show

RANTING WITH RAMOS
EPISODE 108: DAVID POPS LOPEZ FROM CHICANO-ISH

RANTING WITH RAMOS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 60:34


#StraightFadedPodcast
#StraightFadedPodcast Episode 22 - Latinboss Music || Crime Family, Al Tiro Single, Universal Deal

#StraightFadedPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 44:02


22th episode of the Straight Faded Podcast. In this episode we have some special guests, LatinBoss Music , C-Mex and BulletMex. Talks about working with Mr Criminal and Crime Family. Chicano artist expanding more into New York. Universal Deal for a song placement in some known movies. Make sure to follow us on IG: @lilfaded310 @Straightfadedpodcast @latinboss_music @canemex87 @officialbulletmex #GETFADED #TEAMNOZLEEP #TNZ #FADEDFRIDAY #STRAIGHTFADEDPODCAST #Latinbossmusic #crimefamily http://www.lilfaded.com/podcast.html Equipment Set Up: @PHANTOMLOKZ310 @ta2galie @Lets's Talk Online https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk3dCD0kM9LLTyKUXPkAbyA Apple Music: #StraightFadedPodcastPlaylist https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/s... Lil Faded Merch, Music etc... http://www.lilfaded.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/straightfadedpodcast/support

New Books in Latino Studies
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Latino Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latino-studies

New Books in Latin American Studies
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in History
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Monica De La Torre, "Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley" (U Washington Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 57:24


Beginning in the 1970s Chicana and Chicano organizers turned to community radio broadcasting to educate, entertain, and uplift Mexican American listeners across the United States. In rural areas, radio emerged as the most effective medium for reaching relatively isolated communities such as migrant farmworkers. And in Washington's Yakima Valley, where the media landscape was dominated by perspectives favorable to agribusiness, community radio for and about farmworkers became a life-sustaining tool. Feminista Frequencies: Community Building through Radio in the Yakima Valley (U Washington Press, 2022) unearths the remarkable history of one of the United States' first full-time Spanish-language community radio stations, Radio KDNA, which began broadcasting in the Yakima Valley in 1979. Extensive interviews reveal the work of Chicana and Chicano producers, on-air announcers, station managers, technical directors, and listeners who contributed to the station's success. Monica De La Torre weaves these oral histories together with a range of visual and audio artifacts, including radio programs, program guides, and photographs to situate KDNA within the larger network of Chicano community-based broadcasting and social movement activism. Feminista Frequencies highlights the development of a public broadcasting model that centered Chicana radio producers and documents the central role of women in developing this infrastructure in the Yakima Valley. De La Torre shows how KDNA revolutionized community radio programming, adding new depth to the history of the Chicano movement, women's activism, and media histories. Brad Wright is a historian of Latin America specializing in postrevolutionary Mexico. He teach world history at Kennesaw State University currently. PhD in Public History with specialization in oral history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Ponte Las Pilas
How To Be Romantic ft. Rudy Gee ep.172

Ponte Las Pilas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 105:51


Lalo, dreamz, gazelle and rudy talk le shit. On this week's episode the bois bring on Rudy Gee to tell us a little bit about his life as a Chicano artist, writing poems for girls in grade school, discuss alphas and betas and so much more!Check out Rudy Gee's socials and music here: https://linktr.ee/RudyyygeeeRudy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rudyyygeee/Don't forget to Subscribe/Follow! Podcast Visuals are out every Wednesday! To stay updated on newly released content click here: https://linktr.ee/PonteLasPilasPodcast Follow us on TikTok @pontelaspilaspodcast  Follow us on Instagram @pontelaspilaspodcastt Go check out Dreamz's music here! https://linktr.ee/Infinitedreamz Also huge thanks & credit to Loera for the instrumentals! Check him out here https://traktrain.com/loeraHuman ValuesA comedy debate show about finding logical answers for life's most illogical questionsListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

90’s Galore Music & Entertainment
Hip Hop Recording Artist- Hypnotic

90’s Galore Music & Entertainment

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 63:43


Welcome back to THE PROFILE POD for another episode. This week we are joined by Hypnotic. He's out of the San Diego area and he's to talk about so many things. He and Double A touched on his love for his Chicano culture, Mexican relatives, upcoming single releases and much more. Enjoy this one!