The Upsides of March: Oscars, Friendly Fire Podcast, And Queen Of Jeans

March was a busy month for discovering new things. For the first time ever, I watched all nine Best Picture Nominees. Other highlights of March include a fantastic debut record from Philly’s own Queen of Jeans and two great podcasts: Friendly Fire and American History Tellers.

The Conspirators Is A Phenomenal Podcast For Fans Of Peculiar Stories

There are a large number of podcasts that cover true crime, extraordinary events, or unexplained mysteries. For listeners who may be looking for a podcast that covers a bit of everything, The Conspirators is an enjoyable catch-all show that comprehensively digs into lesser known and remarkable stories. The bi-weekly podcast began last July and has... Continue Reading →

Interview: John S. Drew of The Batcave Podcast

2017 is a busy year for Batman. In May, Hulu released the documentary Batman & Bill. In November. the Caped Crusader will appear in the film Justice League. On June 9 a beloved figure in the Batman universe, Adam West, passed away at the age of 88. John S. Drew of the podcast and blog, The Batcave, answered a few questions... Continue Reading →

Interview: Philadelphia Podcast Festival Co-Founder Teagan Kuruna

The 5th Annual Philadelphia Podcast Festival takes place from July 14-23. Festival co-founder Teagan Kuruna (founded with Nathan Kuruna) answered a few questions about this year’s festival, podcasts, and her own podcast Teagan Goes Vegan:   The Philadelphia Podcast Festival is organized by the Philadelphia Podcasting Society. What are the goals the Philadelphia Podcasting Society... Continue Reading →

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