BONUS - Total Recall (Commentary) (with Barm, Sam Stovold and Kevin Young)
Jack's Silly Little Friendly Neighborhood Star Trek Discovery, Short Treks & Podcast
The Picard Debut Crew sits down to hang out and do a commentary on Total Recall! It’s one of the most fun movies ever, and here is the best commentary on it. We also count down the many, many Star Trek characters who appear in the movie. ‘Nuff said! GET YOUR ASS TO THIS COMMENTARY.
On episode 192 of The Quarantine Tapes, Paul Holdengräber is joined by Kevin Young. Kevin is a poet and the new director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. As the museum prepares to reopen this spring and approaches its fifth anniversary later this year, Kevin talks about what the museum means to him, as a museum director and as a poet. Paul asks Kevin about the collection of poetry he edited, African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle & Song. They unpack the similarities between poetry and museum collections and discuss some of the art and objects on display in the museum. Paul asks Kevin what artifacts he would save from this moment and Kevin talks about some of his influences from his hometown of Topeka before ending the episode with a moving reading of two of Kevin’s poems.Listen to Kevin Young reciting "Won't You Celebrate With Me," a poem by Lucille Clifton. Kevin Young is the Andrew W. Mellon Director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. As the nation's largest museum dedicated to telling the African American story, the 19th and newest museum in the Smithsonian complex welcomes 2 million annual visitors and engages an international audience through world-class online programming and digital access to its collections. Young holds a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College and a Master of Fine Arts from Brown University. He has held a Stegner Fellowship in Poetry at Stanford, a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, and a NEA fellowship. Director Young is active across the art and cultural community. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and was named a Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets in 2020.
199. Best of Series: Kevin Young, Former MD of Sydney Water on Achieving things through others, track record, and seizing the future
The Inner Chief
In this episode of our Best of Series, you’ll hear from Kevin Young, former MD of Sydney Water on how to seize the future, be proactive and take risks and how this will help you be successful in the modern business world. chiefmaker.com/199 Want to accelerate your next promotion? Complete your FREE Career Scorecard: www.chiefmaker.com/score-card Kevin has been a CEO for over 13 years and is also the former MD of Hunter Water and sits on the board of Wateraid International. He was the MD of Sydney Water for 8 years, which is Australia’s biggest utility with turnover of over $2.6B and more than 2,500 employees. We talk all about: How a manager is someone who achieves things through others; Being humble but maintaining fierce resolve; Deciding who should be on the bus with you; and Having a reputation of being a team player who has a track record. Connecting with Kevin Young You can connect with Kevin via LinkedIn. Books and resources The Advantage - by Patrick Lencioni Kevin nominated www.wateraid.org for his charity and I have donated $250 in his name.
David Mason on 'African American Poetry', edited by Kevin Young
The ABR Podcast
African American Poetry is an ambitious and wide-ranging collection of Black poetry. Edited by Kevin Young, a fellow poet and poetry editor of The New Yorker, the collection spans contemporary writers such as the Pulitzer Prize-winner Jericho Brown to literary giants such as Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Derek Walcott. As David Mason writes, 'It needs to be said and said again just how profoundly American this poetry is, how it enriches culture and should not be ignored among the more conventionally canonised.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jon today is joined by a fellow podcaster Kevin Young (Open a F*cking Book), and the two praise the genius that is Little Shop of Horrors. They speculate over the future for this movie as well as dig deep into the Dentist’s character, and break down our love for this movie.Open a F*cking Book Instagram/Twitter: @openafingbookPodcast Socials -Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @butasongpodTwitter: @butasongpodFacebook: @butasongpodNext episode: Little Shop of Horrors!
Episode 5 - Graham Matheos & Kevin Young, One For The Road Brewing
Let's Meet For a Beer
On today’s episode of the Let’s Meet For a Beer Podcast, I met up with Kevin and Graham with One For The Road Brewing - a non-alcoholic brewery based out of Calgary, Alberta. We discuss the rise of non-alcoholic beer in the craft beer industry - or, as Graham would prefer to call it “AnyBeer”. As in “a beer for Anytime, Anywhere and Anyone”.Graham started the company as a passion project and to satisfy his own desire for really good beer with no alcohol. He wanted people like himself who choose not to drink to feel included and not have to miss out on a tasty pint after a bike ride!Kevin joined his friend Graham to help grow the company. He was attracted to the beer as a way to encourage a healthy lifestyle. Kevin still loves all kinds of beer - and as he puts it “alcohol is not a bad thing, but there are scenarios where the right choice does not involve alcohol”.The pair realizes that they have some real challenges ahead of them to end the stigma of non-alcoholic beer. The major obstacle being consumers and industry peers asking “what’s the point” of beer with no alcohol? They plan to win people over by “making good beer and having the beer do the work”.Graham and Kevin have ambitious plans and would love to see their beer available around the world someday. It’s great to see people working hard to make our community as inclusive as possible - I hope you enjoy the conversation.Alberta Beer Festivals: website | twitter | instagramOne For The Road Brewing: website | instagram |
Tough Questions on What to Expect in the Coming Days; Plus, Kevin Young on Poetry, Museums, and Our Shared History
The PEN Pod
On this Friday edition of The PEN Pod, PEN America CEO Suzanne Nossel discusses what to expect as we head into the final stretch of the campaign season; our decision to honor the young woman who documented George Floyd's murder, Darnella Frazier; and how a brazen killing in France reflects our perilous moment. Then, Kevin Young discusses his plans for documenting our current history as the incoming director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, and he talks about his new book of African American poetry.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/penamerica/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/penamerica/support
057 - Veritas (LDS1x08) (with Barm and Kevin Young)
Jack's Silly Little Friendly Neighborhood Star Trek Discovery, Short Treks & Podcast
The trial of the Millenium of Aftermath/The Willenium is listening to Jaxilly’s coverage of VERITAS. Court is now in session, and Jack and witnesses Barm and Kevin Young (Reopening the Wormhole) swear to tell the veritas, the whole veritas, and nothing but the veritas about their feelings on… Veritas. Whether that means spilling the eels on Jack’s ice cube problem, digestion tips, memes, Bill and Ted, Eric Bana’s career, Bugle Boy, Lars von Trier’s filmography, The Good Place, Tokyo Disney Sea, the bird family of anatidae, or Kurtwood Smith, so be it. Sake ni shinjitsu.
S1 E33: Kevin Young - Head of Audience @The Economist
People of Marketing by Planable
Our guest today is Kevin Young. He joined The Economist in April 2019 as Head of Social Media, leading a team of ten people and more than doubling social referrals in six months. He now spearheads the newsroom's digital growth in a new role as Head of Audience. He devises editorial strategies for social output, newsletters, push alerts, and SEO, as well as developing the organization's presence on new platforms and exploring other digital opportunities. Kevin's team was nominated at The Drum Online Media Awards 2020 for Social Media Team of the Year, an award that he received in 2018 in his previous role at Bloomberg. Prior to this, Kevin spent 15 years at the BBC as a digital journalist and broadcaster.