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Episode 42- Taraka & Nimai Larson (Prince Rama). Yoni heads to the Larson’s Indianapolis art opening to hang out on a Friday night. They sit …
This week’s WANDERING WOLF podcast features Yoni’s sister-in-law, Liz Wolf (Dream Tiger) Check it!
Episode 41- Liz Wolf (Dream Tiger (Yoni’s Sis-in-Law)). Yoni and his brother’s wife, Liz, sit down for a long-needed talk in Liz’s living room. With the dog and cat in tow, the two discuss Liz’s upbringing and difficult (now estranged) relationship with her mother, her evolution from hippy dresses to punk to rave to something else and then something else, and finding herself as a songwriter/producer in her 30’s after years of floundering.
Episode 40- Josiah Wolf (Yoni’s brother). Finally the two brothers get together for a talk! In the WHY? studio in Josiah’s basement, they go thro…
New episode of THE WANDERING WOLF is up, featuring video director, Yoni’s life mentor, Scott Fredette!
Episode 39- Scott Fredette. Yoni has his buddy, director, Scott Fredette over for a motivational conversation. Yoni is feeling a bit lost in the winter and Scott (aka Skipper) is always good for a no bullshit pep talk. They talk about work styles, anxiety, being a single man, Scott’s various video projects and travels, his band, Culture Queer, and allowing one’s self space to be low sometimes.
Today, THE WANDERING WOLF features a talk with Yoni’s brother and sister, Josiah Wolf and Becky Wolf!
Episode 38- Becky Wolf & Josiah Wolf (sis & bro). The three Wolf siblings, together for the holidays, get together for a talk in Josiah’s basement studio. They talk about work time vs. vacation time, relationships, having kids, introversion vs. extroversion, and plans for the future.
Something festive @willbryantplz made for us a while back.
Sorry for the delay! Here is this week’s podcast with Yoni’s uncle, Barney Rubin!
Episode 37- Barney Rubin (Yoni’s uncle) & Josiah Wolf (brother). Barney shows up in Cincinnati to record a rap song he wrote as a farewell speech of sorts/ tribute to his former boss and friend, Richard Holbrooke, at the state department where he held a position as senior advisor on Afghanistan and South Asia. The three bearded gents discuss the song, Barney’s experiences in and around South Asia, working in government, his current position as director of the Center on International Cooperation at NYU, Barney’s early life, and his passion for music, wine and food.