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  • Werkin the HotBox

    The bulk of Phish Summer Tour has wrapped, and real life is setting in. Mike recaps highlights, shares chunks of the live Mohegan Sun podcast (with Guests Tom Marshall, Benjy Eisen, and ZZYZX (David Steinberg & Dawn from Phemale Centrics) which includes some gems from Tom about the very beginnings of Phish lore.  Mike also…

  • 75. BRUCE WILLIS vs. KURT RUSSELL: Die Hardest

    It’s an action hero showdown on this wild episode of Which Is Better?! CALL or TEXT us on our Hotline!: 1(931)492-9789 Visit our Webpage at www.whichisbetterpod.com Featuring: Brad Edwards, Sean Parrott & Gary Fletcher Special Guest: Mark Anundson Music by: Sean Parrott @ seanisok.com Sound Effects by: BerlinAtmospheres Contacts: WhichIsBetterPodcast@gmail.com We’re part of the Osiris…

  • Quick Hit: Alpine Valley 7/14

    It’s a Macro Hit today! Friends of the Pod Steven Hyden, Rob Mitchum, and Tom Wassell join us to help make sense of last night’s all-timer. Thanks to all of our participants and sponsors for this summer’s Quick Hits. We couldn’t have done it without you! If you have not already, please fill out our…

  • #119 Phish Lot Pre Party Part 2 with Tom Marshall, RJ Bee Mike Finoia, Jen Bernstein and Cully Naramore

    Sometimes a part 2 gets little hectic and this time is no different. The energy is raw here as a storm was brewing and everyone was gearing up to hit the lots for night 2 of Phish Camden. Tom, RJ, and Mike start us off, then Jen Bernstein joins us. Jen is the former Managing…

  • S2E1: San Francisco’s Grateful Dead

    For Season Two of Dead To Me, we’re taking a deep dive into the Grateful Dead’s studio albums. Or more specifically, we’re considering the original published sources of classic Dead repertoire. This distinction is important because not all of those tunes saw their initial appearance on official Dead records. Some, in fact, arrived on individual…

  • #136 The City of the Future: Apex, North Carolina

    When the city of Apex, NC was founded in 1873, it was little more than a railroad stop with a tiny rural population. In the last half-century, however, the development of the Research Triangle Park has thrust the town into the 21st century with tremendous force, with the population increasing more than tenfold in the…

  • #136 The City of the Future: Apex, North Carolina

    When the city of Apex, NC was founded in 1873, it was little more than a railroad stop with a tiny rural population. In the last half-century, however, the development of the Research Triangle Park has thrust the town into the 21st century with tremendous force, with the population increasing more than tenfold in the…

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