35 min

14: GO FORTH AND BE BRILLIANT The Happy Hour Newscast

    • Entertainment News

Happy spring to all! This episode hosts Malakai and shaylyn highlight organizations who help assist and create positive change for AAPI communities. We want everyone to know what they can do to help #StopAAPIHate, whether that’s volunteering or donating or if you need resources yourself. This week our hosts are here to share some happy stories you may have missed and provide some positive perspective on the biggest headlines of the week, including vaccine updates, Fairyland re-opening and something cool about cow burps. 


 


And a craft cocktail that’s the perfect fresh and verdant way to celebrate spring! Rate and review if you want a cocktail made in your honor. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and find us on Instagram @thhpodcast and on Twitter @happyhournews. Also, the recipe for this week’s tailor-made cocktail can be found on our website here.


 


Thank you to Arman Billimoria for our theme music. Pour yourself a glass of your favorite beverage and enjoy this week’s episode, produced by Malakai Wade and shaylyn martos.


Additional music used: from Free Music Archive.


Express Magazine Issue 2
Reference Material and Background Info:
AAPI Resources:


Asian Mental Health Collective 


SF Asian Women’s Shelter


DeQH LGBTQ+ Helpline for South Asians


 


Volunteer:


Asian Pacific Environmental Network


Compassion in Oakland


Compassion in San Gabriel Valley


 


Donate:


Red Canary Song


Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund


Seeding Change


 


Moderna starts testing vaccine on children ages 6 to 11


Desks can be 3 feet apart in classrooms to safely reopen schools, CDC says


COVID deaths drop by 40% in last 14 days


Fairyland reopens its doors in time for spring


https://fairyland.org/


Seaweed-laced feed reduces methane in cow burps by 82%. Potential impact on greenhouse emissions


The Properties of Perpetual Light


 

Happy spring to all! This episode hosts Malakai and shaylyn highlight organizations who help assist and create positive change for AAPI communities. We want everyone to know what they can do to help #StopAAPIHate, whether that’s volunteering or donating or if you need resources yourself. This week our hosts are here to share some happy stories you may have missed and provide some positive perspective on the biggest headlines of the week, including vaccine updates, Fairyland re-opening and something cool about cow burps. 


 


And a craft cocktail that’s the perfect fresh and verdant way to celebrate spring! Rate and review if you want a cocktail made in your honor. Listen anywhere you get your podcasts, and find us on Instagram @thhpodcast and on Twitter @happyhournews. Also, the recipe for this week’s tailor-made cocktail can be found on our website here.


 


Thank you to Arman Billimoria for our theme music. Pour yourself a glass of your favorite beverage and enjoy this week’s episode, produced by Malakai Wade and shaylyn martos.


Additional music used: from Free Music Archive.


Express Magazine Issue 2
Reference Material and Background Info:
AAPI Resources:


Asian Mental Health Collective 


SF Asian Women’s Shelter


DeQH LGBTQ+ Helpline for South Asians


 


Volunteer:


Asian Pacific Environmental Network


Compassion in Oakland


Compassion in San Gabriel Valley


 


Donate:


Red Canary Song


Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund


Seeding Change


 


Moderna starts testing vaccine on children ages 6 to 11


Desks can be 3 feet apart in classrooms to safely reopen schools, CDC says


COVID deaths drop by 40% in last 14 days


Fairyland reopens its doors in time for spring


https://fairyland.org/


Seaweed-laced feed reduces methane in cow burps by 82%. Potential impact on greenhouse emissions


The Properties of Perpetual Light


 

35 min