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Meet Liza de Guia, a documentarian, television host and videographer who's changing the way we see what we eat. Her TV series, Food. Curated., is an inspirational, online video storytelling series about the people, passion and magic behind good food. Founder & Chief Storyteller, Liza de Guia, takes her camera behind-the-scenes into kitchens, onto boats and around farmlands to give you an up close and personal glimpse of the true life of food artisans so you can see for yourself where good food comes from and make a point to seek them out. On this week's episode of All in the Industry, host Shari Bayer chats with Liza about her TV series, her inspirations and why she sees food differently than everybody else. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"The fun for me is the hunt for the story. I depend on my curiosity to drive the storytelling." [06:00]

"What I do is really hard. Getting people to open up isn't easy. People really have to trust you to tell you the good stories." [24:00]

"I didn't realize how much of myself I had to give in order for the person sitting across from me to feel safe enough opening up." [27:00]

--Liza de Guia on All in the Industry


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This week on Arts & Seizures, hosts Mike and Judy welcome Michael Lee Nirenberg, Director of the Documentary Back Issues: The Hustler Magazine Story to the program. Talking about his close relationship with the magazine, his father was one of the original art directors in the 1970's and 1980's. Michael goes on to explain the background of the magazine with Larry Flint as well as its importance in the country's culture. More than just a pornographic publication, the magazine ended up being a beacon for the First Amendment. In the last few minutes of the show, Michael also shares plans for his new project regarding the subcultural history of computer hacking. Tune in for a charged show! This program was sponsored by Heritage Foods USA.

"I realized that it (Hustler Magazine) was much more of a social force than I thought it was, and the way people look at it is that it's just pictures of naked women, but the social commentary was really severe and over the top." [8:29]

-- Michael Lee Nirenberg on Arts & Seizures


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Danny Grossman & Erin Bagwell. On this week's episode of Sharp & Hot, with Emily Peterson, listeners first get a chance to meet Danny Grossman, a man who traded work for the US Diplomatic Service for a career in sustainable food. He founded Slow Food for Fast Lives, a company that provides healthy food for people on the go. Hear his career story, his current mission and advice for food entrepreneurs. Later in the show, Emily chats with filmmaker Erin Bagwell, who's raising money to make Dream, Girl, a documentary film redefining what it means to be a boss by telling the stories of female entrepreneurs. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"People are wanting to eat more savory foods where they formerly were all sweet." [03:00]

--Danny Grossman on Sharp & Hot

"Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg are household names but where are the women?" [16:00]

"I think technology has made a huge impact in the way people start companies." [20:00]

--Erin Bagwell on Sharp & Hot


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