Fri, 25 May 2012
Our final send-off before a well-reserved dest.
After a brief pause to remember our fallen veterans, we surge ahead with a story about Simple Living and Sailing, stop and smell the music with a delirious local musician, and welcome our new film critic, Peter O'Toole. Finally, we go out in the field with the National Mom.
Show includes portions of "Vortex" and "Stay" by Delirium Dog. Show graphic from this blog about Central Florida.
This webisode dedicated to Greg Stolba and his buddies stationed out of Japan. "Come home safe, Daddy Stolba"
Thu, 10 May 2012
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 with a representative of Patch.com.
Next we tackle the whole "improb" conspiracy, with writer/director and sometime improviser Patrick Flynn. After introducing a new marketing campaign for a major bovine charity known as "the Heffer", we kick our reporter to the curb outside Baltimore's ultra-cool Atomic Books, to talk publishing with store manager Ben Ray (who is played in this sketch by his understudy).
Show graphic shamelessly adapted from this Stock Photo Flourish Frame webpage.