Just like you, InveDel has a soft spot for Mum. Hear a conversation with an imaginary mother, a special Mother’s Day edition of Shouting Poe, and our long-awaited interview with Baltimore anchorman Jamie Costello.
With our special guests:
Monica Hamburg of Dazed and Convicted as Mother In Snobbington Alley, Davian Dent (The Bitter Sound) and [...]
Back from the glamourous, splendiferous NYC Podfest and still taking it all in: the event was a success, and (we hope) a promise of things to come. Congrats to Jeremy Wein, the event’s producer, and to the People’s Improv Theatre, for a great time.
It was a real pleasure to watch live recordings of several [...]
Our end-of-the-year show features music and merriment, as we say “Sayonara” to the year that was 2012! Listen as we suck up to two local music luminaries, try to cash in on the success of Downton Abbey Road, and visit with a local drummer boy maker. And don’t forget to stay after [...]
Our most fervent hope that you-all had a most splendeed weekend? We’re coming back to life after a profound turkey-glut. It was divine, and the company was wonderful. Happy belated Tanksgibbon to you all.
Soon thereafter (Saturday night, in fact), we had a great time at the Fells Point Corner Theatre! It was wonderful [...]
Slate.com has been running a series on an album that debuted in the 70′s, Free to Be You and Me, which has humbly named it the “Most Important Children’s Album Ever”: Free to Be…You and Me.
As a committed devil’s advocate, my initial reaction was dismay. Hey, I thought, I grew up in the 70s [...]
The Amazing Betty and I enjoyed a show at Magooby’s Joke House a week or so ago, with funny sets by Seaton Smith and headliner Ryan Stout. Smith is all jangly rhythms and sudden shifts in tone and volume, while the besuited Stout seems to revel in challenging his audience to like him despite the [...]