Riverside Chats is a series of conversations in podcast form that explores the culture of Omaha and aims to tell the stories of the interesting people active in the city. Featured guests include artists, musicians, comedians, filmmakers, politicians, business owners, and more.
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Listen to previous episodes:
Episode 11: Georg Joutras
Filmmaker Georg Joutras discusses the path to making his new documentary, Ocean of Grass, chronicling the life of ranchers in the Nebraska Sandhills.
Episode 10: Danny Machado & Aly Larimore
Danny Machado, writer/director of CHIT and assistant director Aly Larimore discuss their path in filmmaking.
Episode 9: Abigail C.K. Lill
Abigail C. K. Lill discusses her new play, Rumors in the Kitchen, as well as how she came to work in the entertainment industry and her initiative to create the Grandin Test--an inclusion test for writing characters with disabilities.
Episode 8: Kara Eastman
Congressional candidate Kara Eastman discusses her journey in politics and her view of the current state of our political system.
Episode 7: The Real Zebos
Connor Brandt and Jordan Gaul talk about the founding of their band, The Real Zebos, and the story of their new album, Strictly Platonic.
Episode 6: Rachel Jacobson
Rachel Jacobson, Founder and Executive Director of Film Streams, joins Riverside Chats to discuss the story of Film Streams and making an unlikely dream come true in a city previously lacking an art film market.
Episode 5: Brigitte Timmerman
Documentary Filmmaker Brigitte Timmerman discusses her new film, The Omaha Speaking, about the remaining speakers of the Omaha language within the Omaha Tribe.
Episode 4: Big Muddy Urban Farm
Eddy Quintero and Brent Lubbert of Big Muddy Urban Farm join us to discuss urban farming and how to reduce Omaha's wasted space. Recorded live at The B Side of Benson Theatre.
Episode 3: Senator Tom Briese
Senator Tom Briese discusses his intentions behind LB314 as a proposal to provide property tax relief through raising the state’s excise taxes on beer to the highest in the nation as well as a number of other revenue increases.
Episode 2: Local Brewers
Local brewers Dave Link (Infusion Brewing Company) and Phil Doerr (Farnam House Brewing Company) join Riverside Chats to discuss LB314, which would raise the taxes breweries are paying by nearly 350% and threaten the profitability of these local businesses. They discuss how this legislation would impact their business and the beer community in Nebraska.
Episode 1: Cameron Logsdon
Cameron Logsdon joins Riverside Chats to discuss comedy, creativity, and culture in Omaha. Recorded live at The B Side of Benson Theatre.