• Episode 49 with A.C. Thompson

    Season 5 kicks off with our friend A.C. Thompson joining us once again. A lot has happened since the last time he was on. Covid, BLM Protests, The United States […]

  • Season 4 Finale – Episode 48 with Jackson Galaxy

    Popularly known as “The Cat Daddy,” Jackson Galaxy is the host and executive producer of Animal Planet’s long running hit show “My Cat From Hell.” Jackson, an animal advocate and […]

  • Episode 47 with Laurie Ruettimann

    Laurie began her career began in 1995 as an HR assistant for Leaf Candy Company, providing operations assistance and recruiting services for an hourly workforce in a manufacturing environment that […]

  • Episode 46 with Ferris Plock & Kelly Tunstall

    Two people able to paint like one, especially for an extensive period of time is a rare thing indeed.  For over a decade Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock have been […]

  • Episode 45 with Jesse Townley

    Jesse grew up in the Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia. Upon discovering HC punk, he fully immersed himself in the mid-/late-’80s scene. He founded Philly Zine and moved to a squat at […]

  • Episode 44 with Amy Miller

    Amy Miller was one of Comedy Central’s “Up Next” comics for 2018, and was a breakout favorite in Season 9 of Last Comic Standing. Her Comedy Central Presents set has been viewed over 3 […]

  • Episode 43 with Terrie Samundra

    Terrie Samundra is a Director and Screenwriter whose debut feature KAALI KHUHI, a Netflix Original, was released internationally in October 2020. Samundra’s short films ICE CREAM WALLAH, KUNJO and A SHORT TALE OF XUAN, […]

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    Episode 42 with Jane Kim

    Jane Kim served on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, representing a diverse district in San Francisco, including the lowest-income residents and the wealthiest zip code in the City.  Further, she […]

  • Episode 41 with Golden Bull Owners Mark Lynn, Jason Beebout, and Bill Schneider

    Owning a bar during COVID: This week we talk past and present punk with Golden Bull Owners Mark Lynn, Jason Beebout, and Bill Schneider. Mark Lynn moved to Oakland in 1994. […]

  • Episode 40 with Chuck Goshert

    When Black Athletes drummer Rob Haight took him to see Black Flag at The Farm in 1984, Chuck knew he had found a home in the punk scene. In 1986 […]