This week’s episode has gone to the dogs! After reading a NEXTDOOR post, we were prompted to get on the SK Soapbox and let everyone know that the public perception of “pit bulls” is unwarranted and plain NOT RIGHT. First of all, did you know that there’s actually no such thing as a “pit bull” ? (as far as a recognized breed) Well kiddies, class is in session. We pulled some credible sources and we’re ready to set the record STRAIGHT for our dear dog friends.
On this week’s episode, it’s another case of things that shouldn’t be falling from the sky! The year was 1970, and the town of Florence, Oregon had a big WHALE SIZED problem on it’s hands. How would they rid their beach of this HUGE dead whale? It may seem like a simple solution, but it’s FAR from a no brainer. If you remember our episode on the Kentucky Meat Shower, let’s just say, you’ll be hit with some MAJOR deju vu.
After a brief vacay, we’re BACK! After our month long PRIDECAST series, we’re back in action with a case sent in to the SPACE CASE HOTLINE by friend of the show Ned Gayle. Back in the 80s and 90s, the PSA circuit had a STAPLE figure in McGruff the Crime Dog. He taught us how to “take a bite out of crime” and starred in commercials, public appearances, PSAs, and even dropped a few SICK mixtapes. But, where does his legacy stand today? And did this beacon of crime prevention commit a few crimes himself? Tune in to find out!
On this week’s episode of Space Case, it’s the final installment of our month long PRIDECAST: Podcasting with Pride! series. We conclude PRIDECAST with a roundtable of queer artists, activists, and community workers here in Texas to talk about what Pride means to them, hopes for the community going forward, the pitfalls of focusing queer trauma over queer humanity, AND we play a round of QUEER TRIVIA. Our panelists: Joelle Bayaa-Uzuri and Jordan Edwards from THE NORMAL ANOMALY INITIATIVE (Houston, Texas) – The Normal Anomaly Initiative centers Black queer+ persons to overcome barriers, end stigma, and problematic narratives to actualize a new normal. STOO (Houston, Texas) – a multi-disciplinary artist, activist, superstar, AND one of the founders of the queer artist showcase and collective ABUNDANTLY QUEER. They were most recently nominated for 2021’s Non-Binary Grand Marshall for PRIDE HOUSTON and were seen onstage in GODSPELL at the DeLuxe Theater. Gregory Josephe Graye (San Marcos/Austin, Texas) – Greg is a male drag performer, figure model, community activist, and podcaster who loves to tell the stories of his community. You can stream THE GREGGO SHOW anywhere you get your podcasts.
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Joelle Bayaa-Uzuri and Jordan Edwards from THE NORMAL ANOMALY INITIATIVE: https://www.normalanomaly.org/
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On this week’s episode of Space Case, it’s the 4th installment of PRIDECAST 2021: Podcasting with Pride! 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ We’re joined by Ashley Fields and Mike Schneider from the Houston based organization THE WAY HOME ADOPTION. In this interview we talk with Ashley and Mike about misconceptions about the adoption process, how they become involved with child advocacy, and what THE WAY HOME ADOPTION is all about. Queer families are needed in the adoption process and queer youth need loving and accepting families to call their own. Follow THE WAY HOME ADOPTION all social media @thewayhomeadoption and visit their website https://www.thewayhomeadoption.org/ to learn more about their services and how to get involved.
On this week’s episode of Space Case, it’s the third installment of PRIDECAST 2021: Podcasting with Pride! 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ We’re joined by Ian Carlos Crawford and Zachary Patton-Garcia from MY BLOODY JUDY to talk about queerness and kink in the long forgotten 90s and 2000s “action horror” films. Since MY BLOODY JUDY specializes in queerness and horror, we knew they’d be the PERFECT pair to chat about this under-appreciated sub-genre filled with CLASSICS like Underworld, Resident Evil, Aliens, Van Helsing, Blade, and more. PLUS we crack the case on why ACTION HORROR has become synonymous with the zombie genre.
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*ORIGINALLY AIRED MAY 13, 2019* In this episode, SK and Jason take on all things film LIVE from the show floor of COMICPALOOZA. We talk DIY video making and how to get started, camp and queer films as influence and our thoughts on the MET GALA’s take on camp, and we solve the mystery “Why Remake Good Films When Bad Films Are Standing Right There?”
On this week’s episode of Space Case, it’s the first installment of PRIDECAST 2021: Podcasting with Pride! 🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ We’re joined by Shannon, Anna-Laurie, and DJ DOM TOP aka SICK S.A.D FILM CLUB to talk about all our favorite things about the “hacker” film genre. Since SSFC specializes in 90s/2000s film and pop culture, we knew they’d be the PERFECT group to chat about this under-appreciated sub-genre filled with cult CLASSICS like Hackers, SLC Punk and more. We also get into big budget gems like The Matrix and Gone in 60s Seconds PLUS some “do these count as hacker films?” honorable mentions.
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On this week’s episode of SPACE CASE, you’re probably looking at the title and thinking “what the hell do those words mean?!” And listener, we’re right there with you. Over the last year and ESPECIALLY this last month, these terms have reached peak discourse and the zenith of influence. But what do they mean? Better yet, do they actually MEAN anything? Listen in to find out!
On this week’s episode, it’s a case that was TAILOR MADE for Space Case. You knew we’d talk about it, you WANTED us to talk about it, so here it is; what the hell was going on with that tiger that was loose in West Houston? For the last week or so, this was the case on everyone’s mind and HOT off the press this weekend, a resolution? Is this case officially cracked? Tune in to find out!