Displaying episodes 31 - 45 of 45 in total
No interviews this week, but a quick run-through of some local events worth your time.
Sarah and Jenaye sit down with the organizers of the Polarity Showcase. The showcase will explore the dichotomy between the synthetic and organic, and will be open July 7-9 at the Assembly Downtown.
Sarah, Jenaye, and Cassie bring you a Pride-themed special this week, including an interview with Babette from the Queer Youth Circus.
Sara and Jenaye discuss some upcoming events, including Quinton’s Fun Record’s ALCU benefit.
The Oak City Crew devote the entire episode to discussing the ins and outs of mental health.
NC house heroine ZENSOFLY graces the studio to tell us about her latest creative endeavors, including an EP out this September.
Sara and Kaanchee sit down with Dalia from Southeast Raleigh Promise and discuss what they’ve learned throughout the school year.
In this episode of Oak City Move, Phian talked to the men behind Young Bull from Durham NC. They discussed their musical inspiration and told some funny stories. Later, she talked to Holland Gallagher about his projects Vacay and Runway.
Phian is rolling solo this week, but has two great organizations in the studio.
This episode of Oak City Move features Jacob from Camp Carefree, and Taylor, founder of the Kvetch and Collaborate monthly meetup group.
In this episode of Oak City Move, we talk with James Isabirye and Nicholas Ssempijja of The Nile Project. The Nile Project will be in residence at NC State LIVE from March 15 to 21.
This week’s Oak City Move episode featured Jon Lindsay of the NC Music Love Army, who came in to discuss his new project, Calling 100 Counties. Calling 100 Counties will work to connect NC-based bands to local legislators, to facilitate flow of information between the people of North Carolina and their representatives. OCM also spoke with William Paul Thomas about his art, fighting stereotypes in the media of black men with his project TEEF, and the showing for his current work, Bricks Need Mortar. The event will be held at Anchorlight, a new creative space in Southeast Raleigh, at 4pm this Saturday (2/25).
This Friday, Oak City Move spoke with Geecheebond Co-Organizer, Jazsalyn McNeil. They discussed background behind the upcoming event, as well as the significance of the Gullah Geechee tribe. Geecheebond will be held on 2/17 and 2/18 at The Makery in Durham, to spread awareness of the struggles of the Gullah Geechee tribe. Proceeds will go to the Gullah Geechee Corridor. OCM also spoke with Sand Pact’s Gudiya, their feature artist, about the purpose behind her work and some obstacles she has faced as a female and minority in the DJ world. The Mover and Shaker of the week was poet Rupi Kaur of Milk and Honey.
For this episode, Phian sat down with Sam Shain from the board of the NC State Sustainability Fund and remembered Our Three Winners, who were the Movers and Shakers of the week. They also highlighted some opportunities for you to get active in the Triangle, and discussed their artist of the week, Anne Sexton.
Introducing a new podcast from WKNC highlighting people doing positive things in Raleigh. In this episode, Phian talked to Carolina Conexiones and NC State’s Cypher, and covered IntraHealth’s 2016 Switchpoint