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Twice a month, host J. Keith van Straaten and co-host Helen Hong bring together the smartest celebrities they know and make them look dumb...and then smart again! Recorded before a live audience in downtown Los Angeles, this game show features comedians, actors and musicians answering arcane questions on topics they claim to be experts in. But don't worry, if they slip up, there are real experts on hand to give us the facts! If you're in the Los Angeles area and would like to be in the audie ...
 
Ever wonder what kind of job you would have if you were born in a different time? Jobsolete is a new podcast that asks that very question every week. Helen Hong and Matt Beat take a spin through the workplaces of the past, looking at a different obsolete job in every episode. From the forgotten jobs of history to obscure occupations that still survive, you'll discover some of the most interesting and unusual ways that people have made a living. Go listen to Jobsolete, find out what it was li ...
 
With anti-Asian hate crimes at record numbers, season two of THE MARGARET CHO - MORTAL MINORITY, Margaret's examining the HISTORICAL CRIMES that laid the GROUNDWORK for this recent onslaught of VIOLENCE. The 1871 Chinatown Massacre, The Fortune Teller Murders, the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre. Margaret talks with Asian comedians, authors, journalists, podcasters as well as the organizations and people working to stop Asian hate. Subscribe to THE MARGARET CHO MORTAL MINORITY - wherever you lis ...
 
Madeline Zima (Twin Peaks), Helen Hong (Inside Llewyn Davis), and Rob Belushi (How I Met Your Mother) star in this podcast adaptation of Emily Schultz’s satirical, sci-fi horror novel, The Blondes. Set two years after SHV has infected blonde women with a rabies-like illness, a fictional podcast examines how the "Blond Fury" has changed our culture: from fashionable new fever bracelets, to empowerment pop songs for the infected, to an entirely new understanding of women, gender, and beauty. W ...
 
A twice weekly podcast hosted by award-winning interviewer and everyone's new best friend Alison Rosen. Mondays are one-on-ones featuring surprisingly honest conversations that are equal parts silly, serious and revelatory. Thursdays are roundtable group shows. You will laugh, think, and feel less alone. (Unless you don't feel alone at all in which case, congrats! You've done it!)
 
A new podcast about building a life with the people we love. As a gay dad in an interracial marriage, host Tyler Greene’s life is a testament to the fact that there are many ways to define family today. Each week, his conversations with guests reveal funny and heartfelt stories about how you can make a family, and how your family makes you. Join us as we celebrate the beautifully messy connections that shape our lives.
 
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What's your favorite pasta shape and what does it say about you? I didn't plan to host a show exclusively about this but also a little bit about some other stuff but that's what happened! Are you a sturdy spaghetti or a fancy farfalle? And which one of us has been endowed with a divine insight where pasta intuition is concerned? Helen Hong, Josh Go…
 
Gene "Bean" Baxter is a radio legend and hall of famer who co-hosted KROQ's Kevin & Bean for 30 years and now cohosts A Cup of Tea and a Chat with fellow former KROQ personality Allie Mac Kay. He currently lives in London and we talked about achieving real life friendship with interviewees, his decision to leave KROQ, moving to England at the worst…
 
Go Fact Yourself is joining forces with Politifact for the United Facts of America -- a (virtual) festival of fact checking -- May 10-13. To get 30% off tickets to the event and to see a special video edition of Go Fact Yourself, visit bit.ly/FactsFest and enter the promo code “FACTS2021” at checkout. And… make sure to listen to our second pledge b…
 
Wendy Molyneux is here and she and her kids drove by a mask protest and had a few choice things to say. Dave Huntsberger is also here as the lone living representative of the clown method. Daniel beams in from a beach to talk about his calendar. I've had an epiphany about feeling like an opportunity has passed you by and also I mix up the lyrics to…
 
Dr. Matthew C. Makel joins the podcast to discuss a recent Educational Psychologist article written by Jonathan A Plucker and himself, entitled "Replication is important for educational psychology: Recent developments and key issues." Learn more about this article here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00461520.2021.1895796…
 
It's heating up which means Daniel and I are miserable. We are not summer people! For Alison, the heat triggers some specific memories. A listener calls from the ER where he may have a blood clot, but not a serious one. We have questions so we get him on the line. Also, the mom's group continues to be AWFUL. Plus another installment of Daniel's bes…
 
This week, Margaret talks with podcaster/author Kristen Meinzer about Andrew Suh, a 19 year old college student who killed his sister's fiancé at her behest in 1993. Also, they talk about Meghan Markle and the invisible elements of biracial identity, how Margaret is thrilled to have moved into 'Ajumma' territory, and why forgiveness is overrated. T…
 
Jenna and Al are in the process of moving however right now they're living with Al's parents where Al's mom can make him a sandwich exactly how he likes it! More time for Jenna to have pregnancy nightmares where Al leaves her. Jeff has joined us and brought a little cinema noir with him. I may have accidentally opened the door to fictional carbs an…
 
Mary Lynn Rajskub is an actor, comedian and mom who's been in so many things you've likely seen: 24, Mr. Show, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Little Miss Sunshine, Punch-Drunk Love, Dude, Where's My Car? and so many more. She's so recognizable she's a jury duty liability! We talked about a recent coyote encounter, divorce, moving during the pan…
 
Margaret talks with comedian Jenny Yang about the Rock Springs Massacre of 1885 that left 28 Chinese people dead. Tensions between white coal miners and Chinese workers reached a boiling point. White workers perceived that the Chinese workers were taking their jobs (willing to work for lower wages) and led a riot and subsequent massacre that touche…
 
Daniel Quantz returns to the Thursday group on this episode!! Also here are Eric Martin, Renee Colvert and Tony Thaxton! Did Renee manifest this? Do men get beard tans? What about a FULA? Eric has a new book out and Renee has learned you can squish people on Zoom. Daniel and I dig into the headshots on the wall at our new mail facility and we're al…
 
Ryan Sickler is a comedian and podcaster who hosts The Honeydew and before that, The Crabfeast. He was last on the show in 2014, a week after his daughter was born. We caught up and he filled us in on the ways life has been unkind to him since then but how he's learned it's all about perspective. We talked about being a single parent, the months be…
 
This week, we welcome Christopher Hamblin to the show. Christopher Hamblin is a musician, host and personal executive assistant to his husband Timothy Wilcots, better known as Latrice Royale. Christopher talks to us about his life growing up, struggling with his sexuality in a Christian household and how his grandmother was the rock of his life. He…
 
NOTE: This is a bonus episode of This Is My Family. We return for your regularly scheduled programming on Monday with a brand new episode. Today, we’re proud to share a podcast recommendation with you from a former guest of This Is My Family! Latrice Royale was one of our favorite stories from our last season - and so when we had the opportunity to…
 
Sing a Broadway hit from your favorite local landmark and get ready for the newest episode of Go Fact Yourself! Lewis Black is famous for his brand of curmudgeonly comedy. He’s been a constant presence on “The Daily Show” since it was hosted by Craig Kilborn. But despite that tenure, people are still surprised to learn that he remains part of the s…
 
In 1981, the world was introduced to Music Television, and the job of video jockey, or VJ, was born. In this second part of a two-episode special, our expert guests are Martha Quinn, original MTV VJ, and Bob Pittman, who led the team that created MTV. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
This week, Margaret talks with author R.O. Kwon (The Incendiaries) about the infamous liquor store shooting of 15 year old Latasha Harlins by Soon Ja Du that along with the beating of Rodney King, set off the LA Riots. Also, the trope of Black-Asian conflict and the Derek Chauvin trial. Today we are highlighting the GoFundMe for Vilma Kari. https:/…
 
Daniel is back and has to listen to me spout off about how I'm tired of pretending celestial phenomena are mind blowing. A partial solar eclipse? You can barely see it. Is it because, as my parents suggested years ago, I'm a member of the MTV Generation? Also Elliot crashed into my nose and I'm wondering if I should invite some former cult members …
 
In 1981, the world was introduced to Music Television, and the job of video jockey, or VJ, was born. In this first part of a two-episode special, our expert guests are Martha Quinn, original MTV VJ, and Bob Pittman, who led the team that created MTV. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
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