Indomitable City is a podcast dedicated to Sacramento, California; its history; its culture; its politics and its people.
Episode 4 - Let's Talk About Kink12/07/2019 Duration: 39min
Most of us have been exposed to the idea of Kink and BDSM in some form or another. Sometimes through a sanitized Hollywood-esque version like 50 Shades of Gray. Or (more likely) through male centric, online pornography. Neither of which bare much resemblance to reality. This month, we take a peak into (just a few) aspects of the Kink world. And what we found, might surprise you. Trigger warning: In addition to explicit descriptions of Kink in practice, this episode also deals with trauma related to sexual assault. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, you can seek help by calling the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-656-HOPE (4673). For additional resources, visit: RAINN; End Rape on Campus; Know Your IX; or the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. If you’d like to connect with one of our guests, or patronize their respective business: Paul Imagine - Paul is a Sacramento based artist, and the owner of adult toy boutique Autonomous Love; you can find the shop at 24th and J st in Mi
Episode 3 - The Trouble with Local Politics03/06/2019 Duration: 21min
Sacramento’s 2018 Measure U was a divisive tax initiative that sparked heated debate, especially between those who support affordable housing, and those who oppose police brutality. And the reason why these two constituencies would find themselves at odds, dates back nearly 40 years.
Episode 2 - And Yes11/04/2019 Duration: 24min
A few months ago, I sat down and spoke with artist and poet And Yes, aka David Loret De Mola. We talked about his growing up a first generation Cuban American, his work with youth, his writing, his fake marriage, and more. You can find him on the web at: www.andyespoetry.com And on Instagram at: @andyespoetry
Episode 1 - Urbs Indomita01/06/2018 Duration: 20min
Sacramento, California was first incorporated in 1850. That year would prove to be one of the young cities most harrowing; that it survived that year, let alone the remainder of the 1850's, is astonishing. It's also the reason it acquired the moniker Indomitable City. Get the full story here. Correction - California was known as Alta California in the pre-American period, not Nueva California, as stated in the show.
An Admission of Ignorance17/12/2017 Duration: 03min
An admission of ignorance.