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Every Sunday we go out to a brunch restaurant and interview interested Pittsburgh people who are doing amazing things. Comedians, creatives, start ups, restaurants, anyone who is making an impact in Pittsburgh. We eat brunch, have conversations, and share it with you.

Podcast – BrunchBurgh Mary E. Stewart

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Every Sunday we go out to a brunch restaurant and interview interested Pittsburgh people who are doing amazing things. Comedians, creatives, start ups, restaurants, anyone who is making an impact in Pittsburgh. We eat brunch, have conversations, and share it with you.

    Episodes 45: The League of Extraordinary Women Brunchers with Devious Maid

    Episodes 45: The League of Extraordinary Women Brunchers with Devious Maid

    We’re exited to kick off the new year by returning to Park Bruges with the team from Devious Maid Productions – Abby Lis-Perlis and returning guest Ayne Terceira. They give us the skinny on their new production, Eldritch’s Asylum, and their mission of breaking traditional female roles in theater. We also discuss the process of making an immersive theatrical experience for audiences, and get into our biggest influences and favorite artists.
    Recorded on location at Park Bruges in Highland Park.
    For more information on Devious Maid and their inaugural production, Eldrige’s Asylum, visit their website or their Facebook Page, and donate to their IndieGogo campaign.
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
    Mentioned in the Episode:

    Uncumber Theatrics
    Mesmeric Revelations of Edgar Allen Poe
    Throughline Theatre Company
    Episode 6 with Megan Deitz and Debbie Hardin Episode
    Feminist Frequency

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    Episode 44: Serial for Brunch with Ben Korman, Andrew Phillips and Alex Murphy.

    Episode 44: Serial for Brunch with Ben Korman, Andrew Phillips and Alex Murphy.

    We’re back for 2015 and kicking off our new year with a special discussion on all-things Serial. We’re joined by past guests Ben Korman and Andy Phillips, along with a special call-in appearance by co-producer Alex Murphy, to dig through our thoughts and theories on the case and discuss just what made this podcast so enticing. Also discussed: the changing face of the legal system since Adnan’s prosecution, our favorite pop-culture endings, and where Serial (and podcasting) go from here.
    This episode is (not) brought to you by Mail Chimp. (Kimp?)
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
     
    Mentioned in this Episode:

    Serial
    The Innocence Project
    Slate’s Serial Spoiler Podcast
    Tommy Westphal Theory

     
     

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    Episode 43: Sketching out Brunch with The Big Deal

    Episode 43: Sketching out Brunch with The Big Deal

    We’re back in Mary’s own kitchen with a home-cooked brunch with her partners in sketch comedy, James Jamison and Ben Korman of The Big Deal. We get into our biggest comedic influences and the process of writing, producing, and performing a sketch comedy. Also: the comedic undertones of the X-Files, the great Yam vs. Sweet Potato debate, and the traumatic grade school experiences that made us who we are today. As a bonus, Mary’s roommate, Andy, stops by to make this episode dirtier than necessary.
    The Brightness Darkly will be performed at Arcade Comedy Theater in downtown Pittsburgh on Friday, October 31 at 10:00. For more information visit our Facebook Events page. For tickets, click here.

    Follow The Big Deal on Facebook, or check out our Vimeo page to watch our previous live show, A Christmas Carol in July.
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Episode 29: Cookin’ Up Characters with james Jamison
    Episode 42: Stories from the City with AP Collector
    Emporio: A Meatball Joint
    The Maker Theater

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    Episode 42: Stories from the City with AP Collector

    Episode 42: Stories from the City with AP Collector

    We’re in Upper Lawrenceville trading stories with blogger and podcaster Genevieve Barbee, aka the AP Collector. She shares her journey into the world of story collection and why it’s important to at this point in Pittsburgh’s history. Also: breaking off your expected path in life, territorial Pittsburgh neighborhoods, and Genevieve’s emotional experience at the US Mint.
    Recorded on location at Dive Bar & Grill in Upper Lawrenceville.
    For more of Genevieve and the AP Collection, visit their website or follow them on Twitter @APCollector.
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Ello
    Haunted Pittsburgh Tours
    US Mint

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    Brunchburgh Bites with Cafe Con Leche

    Brunchburgh Bites with Cafe Con Leche

    We’re thrilled to have back one of our favorite guests, Tara Sherry-Torres of Cafe Con Leche, for this special, bite-sized episode. Coming to you from the new Cafe Con Leche space (formally Quiet Storm), Tara updates us on all of her progress over the past 6 months and fills us in on the great events still to come. Also discussed: What other great december holidays are there? Are we both taking on too many projects? And was anyone else let down by the end of Harry Potter?
    Follow Tara and Cafe Con Leche on Twitter @CafeLechePGH, on Facebook, and on her website.
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
    For more of Tara, check out her last appearance on the show: Episode 23: Creating Community with Cafe Con Leche
    Mentioned in this episode:
    Salud PGH
    The AP Collector
    Unblurred First Fridays

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    Episode 41: We (Re)built this City on Brunch with Erika Johnson

    Episode 41: We (Re)built this City on Brunch with Erika Johnson

    We’re in the Strip talking all things creative with Erika Johnson, Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse. We dig into the culture of makers and builders that have transformed Pittsburgh into a destination for creative personalities, and moving beyond the image of “guys with beards”. Also discussed: The perils of buying vintage, breaking racial boundaries, and a brief history of Dia De Los Muertos.
    Recorded on location at Marty’s Market in the Strip District.
    For more information about the Pittsburgh for Creative Reuse, visit their website at .
    Follow Erika on Twitter @smallerstill.
    Follow the show @brunchburgh, online at www.brunchburgh.com, and on iTunes.
    Follow Mary on Twitter @maryestew .
    Mentioned in this Episode:
    Pittsburgh Furniture Company
    Auction Your Posessions
    Construction Junction
    Creative Labor Exchange
    Bunker Projects
    Episode 23 with Cafe Con Leche
    What’s Up? (maybe cut)

    • 48 分鐘

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