Episode 627 – “If You Ask Nicely, and Are Very Polite, and Carry Cash, You Can Talk Your Way Into A Lot of Things…”

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Our good friend Sam Moyer is back on the podcast this week to talk about buying six bunches of bananas, baking, talking in her sleep, ghosts?, her love of the…

Episode 626 – “You’re Probably Funnier Than Me.”/”That New York Vibe.”

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It was awesome to finally have the very funny and earnest Juan Carlos on the podcast today to talk about his year focusing on comedy, his trek to visit every…

Episode 625 – “The Shrinky Dink Big Show.”

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My good brother Keith Blacknick is back on DHAP Show to talk about our experience at New York Comic Con experience, getting to get some awesome Brian Kong Mets artwork,…

Episode 624 – “What’s With the Tony Danza Thing?”

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Bridget O’Neill is a storyteller who is journeying into the world of podcasting through a podcasting fellowship at Stony Brook University. While I decide whether or now I should be…

Episode 623 – “Drink For Free For a While, Maybe Trip Into a Real Conversation, and then Skedaddle…”

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We’re back and better than ever on Dennis Has A Podcast, and we’re joined today by our good friend Phil Casale! Phil joins us to talk about his two years…

Episode 622 – Fan Baseball Semi-Final and Final Play-By-Play

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Dennis and friends bring you the play-by-play for the Fan Baseball NYC Semi-Final and Final! (0:46) Fan Baseball NYC Semi-Final Preview with Minkmen player Lenny Neslin (3:16) Dennis Holden does…

Episode 621 – “…And I’m Not Going to Know What to Say…”

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Our good friend Charles Curtis joins me on this week’s episode to get ready for the upcoming fantasy football season, as well as figure out some of the things we…

Episode 620 – “You Started Out Swinging…”

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Our good friend Marina Shifrin has written a wonderful book — 30 Before 30: How I Made a Mess of My 20s, and You Can Too — and she joins…