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Best Ben Getz podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Ben Getz podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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The ShowATL Podcast is a show for the creatively-inclined. We are dedicated to finding and highlighting Atlanta's Creative Voice by speaking with those who are making things in our city everyday. Hosted by ATLien Parsa Behnamiri, The ShowATL Podcast brings you interviews with creatives and creators that comprise some of Atlanta's boldest voices, as well as tons of other colorful content you will probably want to tell all your friends and family about.
 
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This morning, I caught up with Tal Baum of Oliva Restaurant Group. Her group runs Aziza at Westside Provisions, Falafel Nation (next to Aziza), Bellina Alimentari in Ponce City Market, and Rina — just across the Beltline. In case you were wondering where the marketplace is that Tal mentioned in this episode click here.…
 
This afternoon, I caught up with the guys from Word of Mouth Restaurant Group in Brookhaven. Many of you know Ron Eyester (Rosebud, The Family Dog, etc) and I also have Michel Arnette and Stephen Herman on from their team as well. The guys are fighting, as we all are, each day to keep things going.By The Atlanta Foodcast
 
Life is insane. Things move fast on any given day, but we all know this is different. We are creatures of habit and our daily routines have been completely turned upside down. It’s uncomfortable. Unknown. Unfamiliar. Damn hard and filled with hardship — and Hardship hardly captures what is going on right now. It’s hard not to feel heartbroken. The …
 
Hey, friends! Here’s a little bonus episode for you. I had the pleasure of moderating a conversation with Jen Hidinger-Kendrick of Giving Kitchen, Steve Carse of King of Pops, and Zac Harrison of Fresh Harvest at General Assembly last month. The evening was filled with stories of how their ideas became businesses, their dreams became reality, strug…
 
Something that most may not realize is truly HOW farmers and restaurants work together — on a daily basis. The aspects of a farmer working to produce and a chef working directly with a farm to build their menu(s) are truly beautiful. Thus, welcome Lauren Cox and Bruce Logue to the show. Lauren runs the Farm to Restaurant program with Georgia Organi…
 
The family of Indigo Road and Chef Jeb Aldrich have been on the show this season the next stop on my list had to be Claudia Martinez. If you’ve been to the Hotel Clermont or Tiny Lou’s, you’ve more than likely seen her desserts — and you’ve also more than likely been blown away by the presentation and flavors. Her story started here in Georgia wher…
 
Blockhead is a pseudonym invented by Chris Skeene in 2012 as a way to explore the thriving free art scene in Atlanta. Blockheads started as small figures with magnets on the backs of their heads that were hidden all over the world for people to find and keep. Inspired by his collection of Pez dispensers and blind box art toys (such as figures by Be…
 
Holly Chute, ladies and gentlemen. Someone I absolutely adore. She has worked has the chef for pretty much every Governor you can remember in the state of Georgia. Her story, like many of the guests we have here on the show, is wonderful. The way she made it as the person chef for the Georgia Governor? It’s just perfect. I won’t spoil any more of h…
 
If you’ve been listening to the show for a while you probably get the gist that the stories of Atlanta chefs, restaurant and business owners, and generally wonderful people get told around here. However, the one thing that all of us know about our beautiful city is that it’s packed with people. Tons. Close to 6 million, in fact. Everyone in this ci…
 
Exciting News! The Atlanta Foodcast and Georgia Organics are partnering to bring you an all new podcast covering telling the stories from the people who grow and prepare our food — from all over the state of Georgia. Here’s a little intro episode with the podcast’s host — Skye Estroff. The first, full episode is coming soon. You can find out more a…
 
Imagine you grew up in Mumbai or Delhi and your family moves to Atlanta. Big enough story already, but imagine the foods you grew up with are within reach from a few grocery stores in town — your favorite fruits and vegetables, spices, and even snacks and desserts. But then you find out that the store is 45 minutes from your house — on a good day. …
 
So, we’re nearing the finish line on Season Two of the show here and I’m feeling… let’s say… nostalgic. It’s a little crazy to think that the show has been running for almost two full seasons and we’ve heard from an incredible lineup of talented and wonderful people. Thus, I want to get back to some of the first couple episodes of the show — all th…
 
Jared Karr and Jules Tompkins didn’t start out as friends, per se. A bit more like “frienemies.” Their paths crossed in their earlier years here in Georgia and again later in life — as business partners. Fast forward to today and you step into the bright, beautiful space of East Pole Coffee Co — found in the same industrial part of Atlanta near Swe…
 
Leslie Lennox started making pesto when she and her family purchased a home here in Atlanta — back in the late 90s. This wasn’t just any home, though. It came with a 1200sqft greenhouse which was pretty prolific in terms of basil production. Fast forward to 2007, she, her husband, and daughter, Hope, start selling their pesto, Hope’s Gardens Pesto,…
 
Maija Ehlinger is the co-founder of Atlanta Micro Theater, a group dedicated to showcasing original one-act plays written, directed, and performed by Southern-based creatives. As well as co-founding the organization, Maija also wrote and directed one of the inaugural performances. Maija came onto the podcast to talk about her background as a writer…
 
Bonnie Casamassima is the Principal and Founder of Interweave People Place, an interior design firm focused on biophilic design, which “seeks to incorporate the science behind the benefits we experience while in nature into the interior spaces we inhabit each day.” Bonnie focuses on guiding clients through the process of understanding how their spa…
 
Shannon Green and Christy Petterson met in 2004 at a craft and vintage market in Grant Park, exchanged a necklace for a piece of handmade clothing, and created a bond that has lasted 15 years and counting. Shannon and Christy founded Indie Craft Experience in 2005 with a goal of giving consumers an opportunity to buy directly from artists, while al…
 
Lela Brunet is an Atlanta based visual artist. With her main subject being the female form, Lela “explores the contrast created when the grace of the figure and the tension of energetic patterns and colors collide together. Lela’s work explores this visual battlefield of pattern, color, and form.” She works in a variety of media including murals, p…
 
Karen Anderson is the founder of Tiny Doors ATL. In her own words, “Tiny Doors ATL is an Atlanta-based art project bringing big wonder to tiny spaces.” Karen founded Tiny Doors in the summer of 2014 with Atlanta native Sarah Meng. Tiny Doors ATL installs 6 to 7-inch tall doors throughout the city. Each door is designed to look and feel like the sur…
 
In this episode, we sit down once again with Meredith Howard, founder of The Streets Magazine, after the release party for the 2018 print edition of The Streets. Meredith joined us at a table in the middle of the Atlanta Photography Group gallery space where The Streets’ print show was being exhibited last November. We talk about the 2018 print edi…
 
Ben Getz is the founder and host of the popular Atlanta Foodcast, a podcast focused on highlighting Atlanta’s incredible food scene through interviews with chefs, restaurant owners, and other people working to make Atlanta a great food city. Ben helped Corrigan and I get the ShowATL Podcast off the ground last year, and as the Atlanta Foodcast turn…
 
Jeff Dake and Jamey Adams are 2 of the 5 co-founders of Arches Brewing in Hapeville, Georgia. As a lager-focused brewery, Arches is committed to bringing classic European styles to the modern American craft market. Arches is so dedicated to the quality of their craft that they drilled a 400+ foot well on premises to be able to get water from the he…
 
Nate Damen, otherwise known by his character name of ATLTVHead, is an Atlanta native and Georgia Tech graduate who sees the problems within society, work structure, and our relationship with technology. As ATLTVHead, Nate wears a custom retrofitted 1960’s RCA Victor television set on his head and walks the Beltline to create interactive experiences…
 
Kevin Tucker is the High Museum of Art’s Chief Curator. With more than two decades of curatorial and museum leadership experience, he directs the High’s curatorial program and oversees interpretation, research, and development of the collections. In addition, he works with the executive staff and across curatorial departments to develop plans for p…
 
Whiz Socks is an Atlanta company founded by John Pena, Leo Rodriguez, and Alex Miranda. John, Leo, and Alex wanted to create a company founded on the concepts of art and community, with a major focus on giving back. Whiz creates ultra-comfy socks featuring artwork by local Atlanta artists like Jake Llaurado and Yoyo Ferro. Whiz Socks also operates …
 
“Daydreams and impossibilities are commonplace in my mind. When a scene or story jumps into my consciousness I feel compelled to act and collect source material. Once all the images are photographed and digitally cut up and the vision I had in my head begins to emerge on the screen I become elated.” Greg Noblin is an Atlanta-based artist who specia…
 
Steve West is a photographer and custom jewelry maker working under the name Silver Piston. He likes making kick-ass things for people who are kick ass. Steve joined ShowATL to talk about his career and life journey, which includes time spent in the US Navy, a career in marketing, and eventually, a life of entrepreneurship as a creative. We talk ab…
 
Lucha Rodriguez is an Atlanta-based artist with a concentration on hand cut works on paper and installation art. With a BFA in Graphic Design from the Art Institute of Atlanta and an MFA in Printmaking from SCAD, Lucha has spent the most recent part of her career focused on a series of works called “Knife Drawings”. Lucha joined us to talk about he…
 
Kirsten King and Cris Gray are members of the Dark Side of the Room improv team and part of the general company at Dad’s Garage Theatre. Dark Side of The Room was formed by the African American performers of Dad's Garage Improv Theater Company. They travel around the world with their unique improv format and run a monthly variety show designed to h…
 
Phil Harris is an Atlanta studio artist and muralist who serves his community as a full time paramedic EMT. Phil sat down to talk with ShowATL about his professional and personal journey coming to art at various points of his life, as well as his working ritual to balance his professional and creative lifestyles. His work has been featured in Creat…
 
Joe Dreher, otherwise known by his artist name of Joe King, is an Atlanta artist, photographer, and poet (among other things). An architect by trade, Joe sits with us to talk about his journey into photography and art. In becoming more involved in the Atlanta art scene through Living Walls, Joe used art to help build deep bonds within his own famil…
 
Joe Dreher, otherwise known by his artist name of Joe King, is an Atlanta artist, photographer, and poet (among other things). An architect by trade, Joe sits with us to talk about his journey into photography and art. In becoming more involved in the Atlanta art scene through Living Walls, Joe used art to help build deep bonds within his own famil…
 
Pea the Feary (“Faerie”) is an Atlanta-based afrofuturist artist who strives to portray the subjects in her work as “divine”. Along with divinity, we also talk about the powerful role of black women in today’s world. In examining Pea’s background and artistic style, we look to how culture, race, spirituality, and nature play different parts in the …
 
Meredith Howard is the Founder and Creative Director of ‘The Streets’ Magazine, which focused on street photography portraying fashion, people, homelessness, and the environments in which these things all interact. Meredith talks to us about her career before The Streets and how she came to starting the magazine in the first place. We talk about he…
 
Niki Zarrabi is an Atlanta artist whose work includes painting, mixed media, installations, and murals. She joins us to talk about how her work aims to bridge the gap between spirituality and science in what is a really insightful look into her art and creation process. We go through her journey as an artist and dive into the evolution of her work.…
 
Xavier Perry is an Atlanta-based artist and the founder of Xavier Perry Art. Xavier’s street art, graphic design, and iconic “Love Bomb” have earned him recognition all throughout the city. Xavier joins us to talk about his art, community, the Love Bomb, adulthood, and making Love a life practice. Xavier’s Love Bomb was recently featured by Xfinity…
 
This is Part 2 of this 2-part podcast.FamilyHood is comprised of Marcus Whitaker and Jake Llaurado. FamilyHood was founded with the mission of bringing the Atlanta community together through art shows, which feature a variety of local artists, as well as musicians and other creatives. Marcus and Jake sit to talk about FamilyHood’s origins, the role…
 
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