Astor House, Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi, and Joe Fedorko

We sat down for a very informative and urgent conversation with a member of Astor House in Roger’s Park related to fair housing and a pending eviction; an eviction that falls like a guillotine just in time for the holidays. This was happening just a couple of hours before a planned vigil in support of the rights neglected residents to stay in their neglected homes during the holidays.

Then, we moved on to some brilliant jazz saxophone, performed by Sohrab Saadat Ladjevardi. Sohrab took us through his development and travels into the realms of Akido, and on to his obsession with the power of music and the saxophone. We learned about his multi-faceted heritage, and how that heritage, combined with his experiences abroad, lead him to become a strong advocate for musicians rights.

I the last third of the show, Joe Fedorko of Democracy Burlesque took a break from a crammed schedule of recording for their upcoming Christmas show, “Frack The Halls,” to join us for a beer. He guided us into another level of conversation around satire, art’s roll in society, and how artists get by.

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Revolution and Beer TV Show, Series 1 prt2

Revolution and Beer Episode 10: Art vs. The Status Quo

Revolution and Beer Episode 9: Evictions and Bad Landlords – How to Handle It

Revolution and Beer Episode 8: Peoples Theatre Part 2


We return to where we left off at Lost Eras for the second part of our discussion on community-centered theatre. We continue to explore the rolls of artists in society. Is it just for entertainment, or is there a higher purpose? Should the arts teach and inspire a vision of the future? We’re joined again by Democracy Burlesque‘s Joseph Fedorko and Erik Parsons, along with Carl Lindberg from Stone Soup Theatre Project.

Special thanks again to all of our guests for this two-part series: Joseph Fedorko, Mallory Green, Erik Parsons, Whitney Jones, and Carl Lindberg.

http://stonesouptheatreproject.org/

http://www.losteras.com/

http://www.democracyburlesque.com/


Revolution and Beer Episode 7 – Peoples Theatre Part 1

Revolution and Beer Episode 6 – TIFfed Off

Feminism and Beer – Part 2

On episode 5, Feminism and Beer part 2, We continue with our intelligent, creative, and very classy guests, Paula Kamen, Regina Buccola (@TheLittleProf), and Linda Bubon. Please join us as we continue to explore this topic in a very nuanced matter…with good beer in-hand.

Here’s the full schedule for the second part of series 1 on CAN TV. We’re scheduling shoots for series 2 now!

(Ep. 5) Women In the World, Part 2


Tuesday, July 02, 2013 – 07:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Wednesday, July 03, 2013 – 2:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Sunday, July 07, 2013 – 10:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

(Ep. 6) TIFs Where Has the Money Gone

Monday, July 08, 2013 – 10:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Tuesday, July 09, 2013 – 07:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Wednesday, July 10, 2013 -02:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

(Ep. 7) Radical Theater, and Artistic Community Expression Part 1

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 – 07:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Wednesday, July 17, 2013 – 2:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Thursday, July 18 2013 – 10:00 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

(Ep. 8) Radical Theater, and Artistic Community Expression Part 2

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 – 7:30 pm Chicago Cable Channel 19

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 – 2:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Saturday, July 27, 2013 – 10:00 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

(Ep. 9) Fair Housing vs. Eviction and Foreclosure

Sunday, July 28, 2013 – 10:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 – 07:30 pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

Wednesday, July 31, 2013 – 02:30pm, Chicago Cable Channel 19

To catch-up on past shows, click here.

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Wrap-up From Sunday’s Radio Show

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Beers of The Week:

  • Murphy’s Red Ale
  • O’Fallon’s Rager Red
  • Great Lakes Conway’s Irish Ale
  • Murphy’s Stout
  • Smithwick’s Red Ale

Get all the details here:

http://900poundgorilla.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/revolution-and-beer-st-patricks-day-top-five-beers/

Revolution and Beer the TV Show

Thanks to Michael Roper, owner of Hopleaf, Dave Funcheon from 101 celsius and Dr. Lora Chamberlain for joining Brian and I on the first Revolution and Beer show, which will air this May on CAN TV.

Issues and Actions:

Out of the Shadows Immigration Rally

Anti-Eviction:

From the north side to the south side, we’re working our asses off to help people as they fight for their homes.

antieviction

WHAT THA FRACK?!

Revolution and Beer was on the front lines as Michael Madigan flip-flopped on a moratorium of fracking. He cynically used the moratorium issue to squeeze Fracking companies for more taxes, and it seems to have worked. He would love for you to call him and demand his support for HB3086 and SB1418 @ 217/546-7404. Stop the Frack Attack on Illinois. Call your IL Rep and Sen at 1-217-782-2000

CPS bans the book “Percepolis,” by Marjane Satrapi:

This week, CPS banned the book, Percepolis by Marjane Satrapi, a coming of age novel about a young girl in Iran growing up under a tyrannical and oppressive government. Sound familiar? Call the CPS Chief executive Barbara Byrd-Bennett and suggest a book she can ban next @ (773) 553-1500. Be creative with your choices.

Keep your calendars open for April 5th.

Next week we will have a major announcement, so stay tuned.

And just for fun:

http://900poundgorilla.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/civilization-is-fragile-out-story-on-the-collapse-of-all-things-good/

Get active, change the world, and please do it with a decent beer in your hands.

P.S. Hope you made it safely back to your bed after St. Patrick’s day!

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