1. S1E43 - The TRUE History of OG Kush - Part 1 - The Adam Dunn Show


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    Adam & Mitch talk to Matt "Bubba" Berger who found a bagseed in Florida that would later become known as OG Kush. Bubba is joined on the air by Josh, who ran the clone in California and eventually passed it to B-Real's crew and OrgnKid (who popularized OG Kush to the world on the internet). Then they speak with Dave Richards aka Dave Mann who reveals for the first-time ever the huge underground bunker complex in which the predecessors of OG Kush, Chemdog, and most of the other popular strains were bred in secret and sold all over the country.

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    • Dissident Island Radio - 4 October 2013 - Episode 127 - HEMP SPECIAL


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      HEMP SPECIAL!!! This show is dedicated to the magical cannabis plant which, apparently, can do more than get you high. Henry and Len, two hemp enthusiasts, joined us in the studio to discuss: * the history of hemp * the many uses of hemp * the logistics (and challenges) of growing hemp in the UK * hemp production in places like north america and eastern europe * hemp as a catalyst for political change * how to support decentralised, autonomous hemp production Alongside this goodness we had a few choice ganja-based mashups as well as some weed themed tunes. Japu Selektah wrapped things up with a tasty set of chilled out dubwise beats. D*I dissidentisland.org @DissidentIsland facebook.com/dissidentisland vimeo.com/dissidentisland

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      • Freedom Lecture: Andrey Kurkov (Ukraine) - De Vrijheidslezing #8


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        Live stream recording - 2014-12-18 - Well-known fiction writer Kurkov decided to publish his diaries which cover the start of the Maidan protests in 2013 to the current ‘hybrid’ war that has caused a political, humanitarian and international diplomatic crisis. Kurkov describes daily life in Ukraine in such a way that the reader himself feels a Kievit. He will present us with his personal experience and analysis of the conflict, his outtake on freedom and his ideas about the near future for Ukraine and the region. On Kurkov Born in St Petersburg, Kurkov now lives in Kiev with his family. About his background, he states that: “(…) there is a big difference between ‘being Russian’ and ‘being a Russian’, although many Ukrainians don’t seem to understand that. I am Russian myself, after all, an ethnically Russian citizen of Ukraine. But I am not ‘a Russian’, because I have nothing in common with Russia and its politics. I do not have Russian citizenship, and I do not want it.” – Ukraine Diaries, page 69. Kurkov graduated from the Kiev Foreign Language Institute and worked as a journalist for some time. After his military service as a prison ward in Odessa, he became a film cameraman, writer of screenplays and author of critically acclaimed and popular novels. Kurkov is the author of thirteen novels and five books for children. His work is currently translated into 25 languages, including English, Japanese, French, Italian, Chinese, Swedish and Hebrew. He has also written assorted articles for various publications worldwide. The program will focus on the theme ‘identity’. What entails the identity of the Ukranian people? We will look at the role of art, literature, language, music, politics and the economy. Furthermore, we will discuss the role of identity in the current conflict, with regard to the complex geopolitics between Europe and Russia. On the Freedom Lecture For the second year Political and Cultural Center De Balie (Amsterdam) and Amnesty International present: The Freedom Lecture. For each lecture a critical thinker gives a speech on the cause he or she is committed to. The line-up of speakers include human rights activists, defenders, writers, philosophers and artists. This year we had the pleasure to welcome opposition leader Andrei Sannikov from Belarus, internet activist Esra’a al Shafei from Bahrein and Indonesian artist Ade Darmawan. An important topic during this Freedom Lecture is the notion of identity. The relation between culture, writers, protests, complexity and identity. Music can be seen as a tool to create and shape cultural identity of a nation or a people. The Ukrianian composer Mykola Lysenko (1842-1912) wrote many songs based on poems that gave him inspiration. These songs are part of Ukrainian cultural heritage, and are in a way shaping Ukrainian identity, combining poetry and music. During this Freedom Lecture, two songs of Lysenko will be performed by soprano Marije Roos. Moderation: Mirthe Frese (De Balie). http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/programma/de-vrijheidslezing-%238%3a-andrey-kurkov/e_9757259/p_11680227/ http://www.debalie.nl

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        • A Celebration of Jericho's 250 Years with the Vt. National Guard's 40th Army Band


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          This event was held in the Jericho Center Green, Vermont, on June 1, 2013.

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          • S2E01 - Season 2 Premier with Asshole Joe - The Adam Dunn Show


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            Adam & Mitch are joined in studio by Asshole Joe (AJ of Sour Diesel fame) and try out the new call-in format. They discuss legalization in Washington DC, Oregon & Alaska, "feminized"/reversed breeding & genetics, the Smo modded vape pen and much more.

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            • Family History Interview Mel Edelman Jack Sherman Edith Sherman 6/17/91


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              At a family gathering, Alan Sherman took aside Mel Edelman Jack Sherman and Edith Sherman and interviewed them about what they recall about how their families got to the United States in the first decade of the 20th century

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              • The Emancipated Spectator - Jacques Rancière, Mårten Spångberg and Steven ten Thije


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                Live stream recording 2015-03-25 - De Appel arts centre and Octavo Publications warmly invite you to celebrate the launch of the Dutch translation of Le spectateur émancipé by Jacques Rancière, with an extended evening programme at De Balie with special guests Jacques Rancière, Mårten Spångberg and Steven ten Thije. In his book Le spectateur émancipé Jacques Rancière reveals how the idea that in our consumer culture audiences are bound to passively absorb art and culture, has led contemporary artists and theatre makers to a variety of attempts to activate their audiences. The spectator would thus become an 'emancipated' member of the cultural community. However, in the book Rancière brilliantly analyses this thesis and offers a radically different perspective on authorship. At De Balie Jacques Rancière will discuss politics and engagement in the arts and the role of the spectator with choreographer Mårten Spångberg. The discussion is led by curator Steven ten Thije. Jacques Rancière is one of today’s leading French philosophers. He has published on issues ranging from politics and the heritage of Marxism, history, literature, film and aesthetics. Rancière is an emeritus professor of philosophy at the Université Paris 8. Mårten Spångberg is a choreographer living and working in Stockholm. His interests concern choreography in an expanded field, something that he has approached within an experimental practice. Since 1999 he has been creating his own choreographies, from solos to large scale works, which have toured the world. In 2004 he invited Rancière for a lecture on the spectator at the Sommerakademie in Frankfurt. Steven ten Thije is research curator at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. He is also the project leader of ‘The Uses of Art - The Legacy of 1848 and 1989’, a long-term programme by the museum confederation L’Internationale. Ten Thije recently co-curated the exhibition ‘Confessions of the Imperfect, 1848 – 1989 – today’. Between 2009 and 2011 he was coordinator of The Autonomy Project. Within this capacity he organised, together with Nikos Papastergiadis and others, a symposium about and with Jacques Rancière in October 2011. The Dutch translation of The emancipated spectator, titled De geëmancipeerde toeschouwer, is published by Octavo Publications and was realised with the support of de Appel arts centre. The book is translated by Joost Beerten en Walter van der Star. N E D E R L A N D S T A L I G: http://www.deappel.nl/visit/programme/activity/?id=970 http://octavopublicaties.nl/boeken/ranciere-de-geemancipeerde-toeschouwer http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/podium/the-emancipated-spectator/e_9759494/p_11739000

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                • Alon Confino Master Class, November 5, 2013


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                  Professor Alon Confino discusses his book, Foundational Pasts: The Holocaust as Historical Understanding

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                  • A History of AppleWorks


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                    Get the inside story of AppleWorks from the only programmer who worked on three major releases (3, 4, 5). Best-known for creating the first macro add-on for AppleWorks and developing it into a full-blown programming language, Randy Brandt also contributed more than a dozen applications to the TimeOut series and was the AppleWorks project manager and primary data base developer from version 3.0 on. He worked for Beagle Bros, Claris, Quality Computers and his own JEM Software as the only developer to dedicate a decade to AppleWorks (1986-1995). Recorded on 7/19/2012 by Ken Gagne; edited by Joshua Van Wynen of http://www.www.evergreencreativeservices.com/

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                    • S2E03 - Classin it Up with Jazz & Hashish - The Adam Dunn Show


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                      Adam & Mitch are joined by jazz trumpeter Willie Waldman and speak to cannabis historian Rick Cusick about the huge significance of jazz music and culture on cannabis in the 20th century, then talk hashish with Selecta Nikka T and Sift Wizard Mike.

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