Yes, it’s been very exciting to have a nationally-known comedian Paula Poundstone agree to appear on the show, but our upcoming show also features Baltimore artists & podcasters who deserve notice:
Jen Michalski is a Baltimore-born writer who, by a quirk of publishing fate, has no less than THREE books coming out in 2013.
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 [...]
For Webisode 50, we humble ourselves before the local purveyors of the football game, and try to learn more about the bird behind the team: the Raven. We contact our SuperBirder for background, and get less than we bargained for. Then there’s our interview with a Radio DJ in the middle of her show, and [...]
What is this thing called . . improv?
Our Host bounces almost all-the-way-back from throat surgery, thanks to the fearless intervention of the Amazing Betty. Then he unwittingly learns about something called hyper-local news from a representative of the nicotine patch.com.
Next we tackle the whole “improb” conspiracy, with writer/director and sometime improviser Patrick Flynn. [...]