Long time comedian friends Art Krug and Susan Rice swap road stories with other comedians and cover topics such as health, changes in the comedy industry, and staying up past ten.
Jake Silberman on the Front Lines
After being chosen by Willamette Week magazine as Portland's Funniest Person of 2018 , Jake Silberman has hosted two podcasts, and produced two comedy crowd work specials. This past year Jake has taken his comedy to the streets with a series of YouTube interviews in the middle of the protests of 2020. Portland has been the epicenter of culture wars and he has been in the trenches talking to Proud Boys and Black Lives Matter demonstrators. He shared with us some of the most interesting things he learned by delving deeper into the scene than the tv stations cared to.
Did That Really Just Happen?
Maybe the strangest and scariest week in the Trump presidency (and that's saying something). How do we get our heads around the events of Jan 6th and hold on to our hats for the next two weeks until the inauguration? Believe it or not we actually found some laughs in this emotionally exhausting week. We did our best to stay as light as we could but you've been watching this, right?
Our Kids Is Online Learnin'
How will schools continue to teach our kids during the lockdown? Should we open up yet? What did school learn from the last nine months? We brought in our friend Dawn Greene to talk about it. Dawn is an administrator for a California magnet school. She has dealt first hand with the challenges and strategies presented by the pandemic. And she has some great insights as to how we should move forward from here.
2020. Let's Pretend That Didn't Happen
It's New Years' Eve after maybe the worst year in human history. So we decided to keep it as light as possible and talk about the good things that were lost in the shit show that was 2020. And we made some predictions for 2021.
Christmas 2020 has come and gone like a raccoon passing through your backyard at night. Not a lot of fuss, fanfare, or excitement. Just a sense of relief that it's over and your dog is okay. We did our best to make some holiday cheer in spite of the lockdown. Lots of fun.
David Crowe - How to Ride An Ostrich
Seattle based comedian David Crowe is one of the funniest and most successful comedians ever to come out of the Pacific Northwest. Winner of both the Seattle and San Francisco comedy competitions, David has had a Showtime special, crushed at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival and appeared on numerous television shows. Under the pandemic lockdown, he has published a children's book How to Ride an Ostrich which has the link to his comedy bit about his experience attempting to ride an ostrich in Africa. We're so excited that David had the time to hang out with us. He's such a pleasant and entertaining guy. I know you'll all agree. Enjoy.