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THE DOLCEZZA SHERBERT EXPERIENCE is a half-hour show where violeta edelman & robb duncan of the dolcezza family talk about everything under the sun, touching upon a mish-mash- potluck of conversations with people about politics, pizza, psychedelics, good coffee and the overall angst of being, each conversation, another attempt at the willful suspension of disbelief. .

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    Rose Previte: world traveler, space creator and maker of damn delicious food

    This week on The Dolcezza Sherbert Experience, Robb & Violeta are joined by Rose Previte, owner of award winning restaurants Compass Rose and Maydan in Washington DC, to talk about street food as the big equalizer, fighting prejudices in the restaurant industry and following your vision.

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    Kelly Towles: DC Street Art Legend

    This week on The Dolcezza Sherbert Experience, Robb & Violeta are joined by Kelly Towles, a leading Washington, D.C. artist, who has literally painted the town since moving to the Nation’s Capital in the late 1990s. His murals, showcased on area buildings and garage doors, and paintings, displayed in local galleries and businesses, are electrically playful.

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    Old School Never Dies

    This week on The Dolcezza Sherbert Experience, Robb & Violeta are joined by chef Frank Ruta, one of the fathers of the DC culinary scene. He is not only a James Beard Award-winning chef, but he is also a former White House chef that has served not one but three presidents, Carter, Reagan, and the Bush families.

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    One Mans Attempt to Save Disappearing Cultures

    Joshua Cogan is an Emmy Award-winning photographer and anthropologist whose work has taken him to 40 countries and 5 continents to produce his unique brand of ethnographic storytelling. Using his passion for culture, ecology, and imagery, Cogan has consistently produced work across print, motion and web platforms.

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    From Buddha to Psychedelics

    Matteo Pistono is a writer and meditation teacher. He lived and traveled throughout the Himalayas for a decade, where he documented China’s human rights abuses in Tibet. His journeys eventually led him to the Peruvian Amazon where he encountered the phenomenon of ayahuasca.

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    What The Weed Do We Know?

    We are talking to Aaron Houston, 35, who co-founded Marijuana Majority and is a nationally recognized expert on drug policy and marijuana law, currently serving as a strategist for Ghost Group, a private equity company that owns marijuana-related technology companies. Between 2010-2013, as executive director of Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Aaron coordinated the efforts of students on more than 200 campuses worldwide, and from 2005 to 2010, he served as the only full-time marijuana legalization lobbyist on Capitol Hill. His work on Capitol Hill was chronicled in a 2007 Showtime original documentary, In Pot We Trust. He’s appeared as a guest on NBC’s Today show, The Colbert Report, and has commented on marijuana law on CNN, FOX, MSNBC, and CNBC.

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    Eric Hilton of Thievery Corporation

    We are talking to Eric Hilton, founder of Thievery Corporation and local restaurateur about shaping the District's dining and music scene for the last two decades.

    This episode is supported by Compass, the future of real estate in the Metro DC Area and beyond. Discover it at

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    Why Home Birth?

    We are talking to our midwives and personal heros, mairi rothman and erin fulhman about home birth. why home birth? the research. the industry of giving birth. things to consider when choosing a birth care provider.

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    DC Fight Club & Skateboarding with Ben Ashworth and Anthony Smallwood

    Fight Club DC was established due to the 2004 demise of Vans Skate Park. Anthony Smallwood and Ben Ashworth acquired the ramps (and the Vans column padding) and decided to set up an "underground" indoor space for skateboarding, music, art, and of course, parties, after two years of increasing popularity and a wildly destructive party, a media campaign was organized to proclaim the "death" of fight club. Meanwhile operations continued, with emphasis on more low-key celebrations

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    Alex Goldstein, Director of The Fridge DC

    This week's guest is Alex Goldstein, Director of The Fridge DC. The Fridge DC is an art gallery, performance space, music venue and classroom located on Barracks Row in the historic Eastern Market neighborhood of Washington, DC.

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