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dsm CultureCast podcasts, from dsm Magazine, are quick-hit interviews of Greater Des Moines leaders. We touch on arts and culture, food and dining, style and design, home and garden, philanthropy and people and community-wide issues. Join us!

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dsm CultureCast podcasts, from dsm Magazine, are quick-hit interviews of Greater Des Moines leaders. We touch on arts and culture, food and dining, style and design, home and garden, philanthropy and people and community-wide issues. Join us!

    Patrick Tape Fleming (Gloom Balloon)

    Patrick Tape Fleming (Gloom Balloon)

    Today we are joined by Patrick Fleming of Gloom Balloon, the local musician who is releasing a new album on Sept. 25 called "So Bergman Uses Bach To Get Point Across, I Feel Like I Have Chosen Rock But At What A Cost." Fleming chats about that, his music inspiration and the music industry as a whole. For more information, visit Gloom Balloon's website. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 12분
    Max Wellman (Noce)

    Max Wellman (Noce)

    Today we are joined by Max Wellman, co-owner and general manager of Noce, the downtown jazz club. Noce was one of the first venues to switch to a  virtual model in mid-March. And today, the club is still putting on hybrid events in front of socially distanced and virtual crowds. Learn more at their website. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 12분
    Barbara Stinson (World Food Prize Foundation)

    Barbara Stinson (World Food Prize Foundation)

    Today we are joined by Barbra Stinson, president of the World Food Prize Foundation, which recognizes and celebrates agricultural sustainability to increase the quality, quantity and availalbilty of food for all. The World Food Prize has been working with its partners all over the globe to push important innovations during a period of increased food insecurity due to the pandemic. You can find more information about the World Food Prize here. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 12분
    Amy Day (Living History Farms)

    Amy Day (Living History Farms)

    Today we are joined by Amy Day with Living History Farms, the Urbandale destination that transports visitors back to Midwestern agricultural roots. Living History Farms has been open for about two months and has implemented safety protocols. During these times, the organization has tried to step up to educate and entertain the community. Find more information on the Living History Farms website. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 12분
    Siobhan Spain (Mainframe Studios)

    Siobhan Spain (Mainframe Studios)

    Today we are joined by Siobhan Spain, executive director of Mainframe Studios, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable spaces for local artists. Mainframe Studios is bringing back its First Friday event on Friday, Aug. 7. The theme is "Art of Our Time," featuring an exhibition showcasing art that addresses the pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement. You can find out more information on the Mainframe website. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 12분
    Shawn Bennigsdorf (Aposto)

    Shawn Bennigsdorf (Aposto)

    Today we are joined by Shawn Bennigsdorf, chef at Aposto, the intimate venue in the Sherman Hill neighborhood. Aposto has adjusted plenty due to the pandemic and is using its patio to expand seating areas. You can find more about Aposto at its website or Facebook. 

    Music by Admiral Bob. 

    • 9분

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