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PEL Presents PMP#29: Martin Scorsese the Auteur w/ Colin Marshall

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

We consider The Irishman in the context of Scorsese's body of work and the styles and themes that his films tend to exhibit. Writer/podcaster Colin Marshall joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to talk about connecting with Scorsese's sensibility and their status as "art films." Plus S's use of music, comments on Marvel, CGI age alternation, and more. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. This podcast is part of the Partially Examined Life network and is curated by openculture.com.

55mins

29 Jan 2020

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PMP#29: Martin Scorsese the Auteur w/ Colin Marshall

Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast

We consider The Irishman in the context of Scorsese's body of work and the styles and themes that his films tend to exhibit. Writer/podcaster Colin Marshall joins Mark, Erica, and Brian to talk about connecting with Scorsese's sensibility and their status as "art films." Plus S's use of music, comments on Marvel, CGI age alternation, and more. For more, visit prettymuchpop.com. Hear bonus content for this episode at patreon.com/prettymuchpop. This podcast is part of the Partially Examined Life network and is curated by openculture.com.

55mins

29 Jan 2020

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Ep. 26 - Colin Marshall on 30+ Benefits of Living in Seoul

Settlers of Seoul

Colin Marshall is a Seoul-based essayist, broadcaster, and public speaker on cities, language, and culture. He writes the Los Angeles Review of Books Korea Blog, and his work has appeared in Guardian Cities, Open Culture, the Times Literary Supplement, and many more. Colin is also a regular contributor to a Seoul urbanism radio feature on TBS eFM’s Koreascape. You can follow him on Twitter and at colinmarshall.org This episode of the podcast is brought to you by TooSix Media Group and recorded and co-produced at their studio in Hongdae, Seoul, South Korea. You can check them out on Instagram at tsmg_sound and also at their website, toosixglobal.com Full bios and show notes can be found at www.settlersofseoul.com

48mins

23 Jun 2019

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Colin Marshall

The Blunt Report

Colin Marshall is a Seoul-based essayist, Free-lance Korean correspondent for the western world, broadcaster, and public speaker, working on cities, language, and culture. He has written for a number of publications such as the guardian, open culture and the times literary supplement. Check out http://blog.colinmarshall.org/ for his work. “‘Han’ seems to me to be an anger that personally emerges or is barely controllable, an anger or a sadness combined” And today, Colin talks a lot about identity and where a person finds themselves fitting into this complex mesh that we call culture - especially those that have backgrounds from a number of different countries - or who have themselves moved to another country and became an expat. Konner and Colin discuss Korean culture and the direction in which it is moving. They talk travel, and the importance of the concept of ‘there is no light without the darkness’. Finally, Colin chat about some of the darker elements of cultural and human nature. Concepts like finding the grass that is greener on the other side, or jealousy, or drive, or the burning desire to be better than other people.

1hr 22mins

22 Apr 2019

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EP-188 Colin Marshall, Tom Foster, and Zach Kaiser of Diamondback Brewing

Good Beer Hunting

Today’s guests are behind a fairly new brewery in Baltimore - a city where many of the breweries are fairly new. I remember Chicago going through this phase when after being a bit slow to start, we suddenly had a large number of breweries opening at once. In Chicago’s context, the beers that were popular at the time influenced those concepts - it influenced the kinds of beers those brewers wanted to make. Because the shelves were already full of world class IPAs, many chose to go a different direction and the result is one of the most exciting spectrums of beers styles available in any one city. Baltimore in the midst of its own propagation in 2017 and 2018 is having a very different experience. Adjunct stouts and hazy IPAs are so popular, that the ubiquitous strategy, as in many other small cities, is to emulate those trends. As start up brewers with limited cash flow and desperate for a customer base, it’s almost impossible not to. Diamondback was one of these breweries. And to an extent, still operates along these trends. But only a couple years in they’ve started thinking differently about who they are, what they want to brew and drink, and what that means for them long-term. A trip around the northeast to places like Suarez Family Brewery has a profound effect on them as a group. Would brewing crispy little lagers give them something they felt they were missing in both sales and spirit? Would it attract a new customer base they were eager to meet? Would they derive an intellectual satisfaction or an emotional resonance by shifting their priorities from short term trends to long term relevance? It was a great conversation to be having with a group so young but wise beyond their years. Whichever way they go, the most important thing is they’re thinking about it now.

1hr 1min

16 Sep 2018

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Colin Marshall — Windmills / Burwell Museum & Mill

Oral Histories — Crafty Sew & Sows

Colin Marshall is Mill Trustee of Burwell Museum & Mill, a role Colin took on after becoming involved in the restoration of the Mill. Colin shares the journey of restoring the Windmill and why he became involved. Colin also illuminates how Windmills work and their evolution, their uses across the ages and their decline in the UK. Colin Marshall was interviewed by Charlie Compton, Hayden Batts and Cosmo Collison at Swaffham Primary School.This oral history was recorded as part of the Crafty Sew and Sows Project in Cambridgeshire. Led by the charity Red2Green, funded by the HERITAGE LOTTERY FUND and delivered in partnership with Swaffham Primary School and Bottisham Village College.Michael Snodgrass from Red2Green managed the Crafty Sew & Sows project.Kulwant Dhaliwal of Hi8us Midlands collaborated with project participants to produce this oral history with support from Michael Snodgrass and staff at Swaffham Primary School, Swaffham Bulbeck.

24mins

23 May 2018

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TTMIK Interview - Colin Marshall (Essayist, Podcaster, Interviewer)

Talk To Me In Korean

We sat down with our friend Colin Marshall who is an American essayist and broadcaster currently living in Korea. We asked him how he learned to speak fluent Korean and how he got to meet a lot of people and also generally what he does for a living. We filmed this video last summer so please note that many months have already passed from the time of this interview.    Follow Colin’s activities here: http://blog.colinmarshall.org  https://twitter.com/colinmarshall 

8mins

23 Feb 2018

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Startup Soirée Podcast 021 | Colin Marshall | Diamondback Brewing Company

The Startup Soiree Podcast - Startup Soiree

Longtime friends Tom, Francis, and Colin founded Diamondback Brewing Company in 2013, with production starting in late 2014. From the first batch at the University of Maryland to their current production level, they have always strived to create unforgettable beer that everyone can enjoy. Their 3:30 Amber Ale and Diamondback Golden Ale embody this mission, and offer bold and refreshing flavors for any time of the day.Colin currently serves as the co-founder and Director of Sales at Diamondback. FOLLOW DIAMONDBACK BREWING ON FACEBOOKFOLLOW DIAMONDBACK BREWING ON TWITTER

23mins

22 Jun 2015

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Episode 264 w Colin Marshall

Battleship Pretension

Tyler and David are joined by Colin Marshall to discuss American independent films of the 1990's.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

2hr 52mins

9 Apr 2012