In episode 5, we sit down with 3 of our contributors to talk about traveling to Mars, the existence of alien life, and a new class of brain supplements called 'nootropics.' It's a really fun conversation that we're pretty sure you don't want to miss! For articles related to everything we discuss, head over to our blog.
In this episode, we talk to Seattle-based power couple Ashley and Gabe Rodriguez. Ashley is the author of the award-winning food blog Not Without Salt, and more recently the cookbook Date Night In. Gabe is a photographer and amateur pancake connoisseur. We also chat about our garage door, e-books, and pumpkin tea! Check out our blog for more information.
In this episode we talk to contributor Jordan Short, who talks us through a chronology of James Bond music as we evaluate Sam Smith's latest contribution to the genre. We also speak to Kristina Olney about the work of In Defense of Christians in the Middle East. Finally, contributor Miriel Reneau joins us to talk through the latest work by Anne-Marie Slaughter and Andrew Moravcsik. It's a packed episode with a lot of great conversations! Check out our blog for links to everything we mention.
In our second episode of the season, we talk to Becca Weingard, a mental health counselor who has written a new Kindle single that she calls "a field guide to suicide survival." We also discuss ginger, tea, the GOP debate, books we're reading, and more. Pretty sure you don't want to miss this. Check out our blog for links to Becca's Kindle single, recipes, and blog.
We're back! Season 2 of Vernacular Podcast has officially kicked off, with some programming changes. In each episode, we're talking to more people about more things, bringing more variety to each show. In this episode, we talk to Mae Mae about business school and working as a consultant at Bain & Co., and we are joined by our new contributor Miriel to talk about the previous term of the Supreme Court.
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It's been a fun ride, folks. Eleven full episodes of Vernacular and episodes '00' and '12' to bookend them. In this episode, we talk to two of our listeners about their thoughts on our gender dysphoria conversation, we hear from Joshua on the purpose of work, and we explore the changes that are coming to the podcast in season 2. Take a listen!
In episode 11, we talk to Ishan and Julia, a husband-wife duo based in Chicago, where both attend graduate school. Julia is studying for her MD, while Ishan is pursuing a PhD in economics. Our conversation starts on the Greece crisis, but wanders to guinea pigs, vegetarianism, triathlons, and Dorothy Day. Join us for the conversation and check out our blog for more information. Follow Ishan on Twitter @Ishan_Nath and Julia @JuliaBNath.
This one's a blast: we sit down with Astrid and Aaron, who are a husband-wife duo starting a new Virginia hops farm called Heritage Hops. Astrid works at a Washington think tank as a China researcher and moonlights as the Heritage Hops Director of Marketing. Aaron spends his time in the great outdoors training 20-foot hops to grow on coconut twine, a la Jack and the Beanstalk. In addition to hearing all about a hops farm, we also talk with them about the rise of the machines and a world without work. It's a great conversation! Check out their website here and head to our blog for more info!