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Kevin McCracken and Joshua Doan talk to mostly punk kids who grew up and are now inspiring us and others by being awesome. Please let us know if you have a suggestion for guests. Don’t be shy if it’s you! We’ll say yes. Contact us at emails@adultingwellpodcast.com

Kevin McCracken and Joshua Doan talk to mostly punk kids who grew up and are now inspiring us and others by being awesome. Please let us know if you have a suggestion for guests. Don’t be shy if it’s you! We’ll say yes. Contact us at emails@adultingwellpodcast.com
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Kevin McCracken and Joshua Doan talk to mostly punk kids who grew up and are now inspiring us and others by being awesome. Please let us know if you have a suggestion for guests. Don’t be shy if it’s you! We’ll say yes. Contact us at emails@adultingwellpodcast.com

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Episodes

Episode 8 with Blake Schwarzenbach

11/5/2018
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We sat down and had a conversation with Blake Schwarzenbach from Jawbreaker We discussed being the new kid all the time, art, music, cats, parents, low points and high points. It is well worth a listen. We expected more from him. We got it and then some.

Duration:01:11:48

Episode 7 with Chris Bauermeister

10/28/2018
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This week, Kevin and Joshua sit down with Chris Bauermeister (Jawbreaker) to talk about getting into punk music, toy stores, tattoos, mental health, his work at the Thurston County Food Bank, and a lot more.

Duration:01:09:59

Episode 6 with Cynthia Connolly

10/22/2018
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This week we talk to Cynthia Connolly about her early punk days in LA and Washington DC, publishing books, photography, working with Maximum Rock 'n Roll, meeting the Mackaye family, growing up with a single mom, and continuing to create rad things. Cynthia Connolly is an American photographer, curator, graphic designer, and artist. She graduated from Corcoran College of Art and Designand worked for Dischord Records and d.c. space. In 1988 she published Banned in DC: Photos and Anecdotes...

Duration:01:03:30

Episode 5 with Emily Flake

10/17/2018
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This week we talked with Emily Flake and had a lot of laughs, got insights into her life, creative process, what she’s up to next, and general shenanigans. Her cat liked us, obviously. Emily makes cartoons for The New Yorker, mostly, but also sometimes MAD Magazine, the New Statesman, and other places. She had a weekly strip called Lulu Eightball that carried the jokes that are too vulgar for grown-up publications and too racy for MAD, back when alt-weeklies were strong and we were young....

Duration:01:12:38

Episode 4 with Alejandra del Pinal

10/10/2018
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This week Kevin and Joshua talk with Alejandra del Pinal about her work with Punks with Lunch, the Homeless Youth Alliance, becoming a punk, Powerviolence, Los Crudos, and so much more! Alejandra del Pinal was born in Guatemala and raised in the East Bay. She grew up in the Bay Area punk scene and ended up booking and becoming co-head booker at Gilman when she was 18. She formerly worked as a cook at high end restaurants and changed career paths to work with marginalized communities...

Duration:00:57:16

Episode 3 with Walter Glaser

10/2/2018
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We're back! This week Joshua and Kevin chat with Walter Glaser about becoming a punk, workaholics, Maximum Rocknroll, The Clash, his current work at UCSF helping people find jobs, and so much more.

Duration:00:57:02

Episode 2 with Martin Sprouse

8/14/2018
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This week we talk to Martin Sprouse about writing zines in the 80s, writing for Maximum RocknRoll, starting a publishing company, resistance art, the difference (and similarities) between punks and hippies, and so much more! Martin Sprouse grew up in Southern California and has been active in the San Francisco Bay Area punk scene since the late 1980s. He is the author of Sabotage in the American Workplace and Threat by Example: A Documentation of Inspiration.

Duration:00:56:29

Episode 1 with Tracey Helton Mitchell

8/7/2018
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Please welcome our first guest, Tracey Helton Mitchell. Tracey has dedicated her life to the care and treatment of heroin users. Tracey entered school through an ex-offender’s program where she earned a bachelors of business administration and masters of public administration. In addition, she is a certified addiction specialist and supervisor. She was featured in the movie Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street. She has also been featured by CNN, Anderson Cooper, Vice, NPRs fresh...

Duration:01:05:02