Episode 559 – “…But Also Aliens…”

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Sarah Kimball joins the podcast today to talk about New York City subway and sidewalk etiquette, intricacies of the movie Serendipity, the holidays in NYC, and so much more. You…

Episode 558 – “When Everyone Gets Together, There’s Magic in the Air.”

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Charlie Shulman is the head writer on the montly web show “The Late Stream”, a late night show from the comfort of their couch. I talk with Charlie about writing…

Episode 557 – “I Look Like Such A Weird Loser-Loner.”

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Dennis is planning a Memorial Day weekend trip to Milwakuee to see Mets, so it’s serendipitous that Sam Moyer is on the show today, as she’s from the area. We…

Episode 556 – “Even At 18, I Realized Sometimes You Have to Make A Practical Decision.”

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I do my best on today’s episode to hide my envy of Kiki Mikkelsen seeing “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Hamilton” on back to back nights, as we discuss her love…

Episode 555 – “We Ate Pizza and Drank Beer For Way Too Long”

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Pizza party! The very funny comedian Joe Albano led me on a pizza tour of the Village including stops at Bleecker Street Pizza, Joe’s Pizza and Denino’s Greenwich Village. Which…

Episode 554 – “I Can’t Pay My Bills With Good Feelings in My Chest”

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The great Tommy Grossi is back on the podcast this week to talk about out love of wrestling/Survivor Series, Tom’s love of the Packers and the craziness of sports and…

Episode 553 – “Identify It. Reverse-Engineer It. Come Up With A Plan”

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Our good friend Matt Cerrone is back on the show to talk about how to pursue identify and pursue your audience, and of course, baseball and Survivor. You can learn…

Episode 552 – “There’s Always Beautiful Chaos and There’s Always Horrifying Chaos”

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Matthew WJ Mitchell joins us on the podcast today to talk about his journey through comedy and how a small taste of New York led Matthew to think beyond what…