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Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio–The BP Human Extinction Bayou Blues

If you didn’t catch my performance on Monday at the commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon blowout/Disaster, I have put it up on radio at my Brooklyn Culture Jam gig. The play is titled the BP HUMAN EXTINCTION BAYOU BLUES. I play the part of Lonnie, a Louisiana based musician whose life […]

On Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio–the Gulf 5 years after BP

Tonight on the Brooklyn Culture Jam, I’ll be talking to Telley Madina about the state of the Gulf Of Mexico five years after the BP disaster. Mr. Madina is the Sr. Gulf Coast Policy Officer for Oxfam America is featured in the Documentary VANISHING PEARLS, about the African American fishermen in Louisiana who have not […]

Human extinction discussion on Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio

On Brooklyn Culture Jam last night, I spoke with Pauline Schneider.  Ms. Schneider has produced a documentary on near-term human extinction entitled Going Dark. and the discussion ranged from the predictions from scientist Guy McPherson and friends to overviews of progressive politics and protests. Currently, Pauline is one of the people supporting Guy’s lecture tour around […]

Brooklyn Culture Jam Radio welcomes Pauline Schneider

Tonight (Thursday) on the Brooklyn Culture Jam radio program: Pauline Schneider Is a self-described Landscape Designer & Edible Forest Gardener, Videographer, Documentarian, Educator (social studies & special education), Artist (sculpture, painting, photography,etc.), and songwriter. She is currently working on documentary on the topic of Near Term Human Extinction with Dr Guy McPherson. We’re going to talk […]

A Podcast for your cousin Joey

My funny little show on Sex and Politics today (2/19/2015) is worth a listen, especially if you’re like me and you keep getting involved in discussions about climate change and scientific debate with people who watch a lot of Fox News. I spoke to James Lawrence Powell, a geochemist and retired professor who served on both President […]

Richard Heinberg talks about fracking on Sex and Politics

On Friday’s Sex And Politics, I’ll be talking to Richard Heinberg. Richard is Senior Fellow-in-Residence of the Post Carbon Institute and has written extensively on the topic of Peak Oil, authoring 11 books on the topic since he began speaking about it in 2002. We’ll be focusing on his book Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promise of […]

On Sex and Politics–The Rent is Too Damn High!

Tonight on Sex and Politics–I will lead off with a discussion with Jimmy McMillan, mayoral candidate and originator of the ‘Rent is Too Damn High’ political party. We’ll talk about his current projects, his views on the NY State Gubernatorial primary vote, and his vindication (by the New York Times and Harvard) that people are fleeing […]