Aired 3 weeks ago 28:33
Bonus episode The Chicago Tribune and the Outfit
From the news
Aired 3 months ago 32:46
Pubcast from The Brit and Yankee-Show 302-Trader Costco
"We've done our share of testing chain store beers, and it seems this time we did it in parallel with the Chicago Tribune, who got their article out before this show...great minds and all that! In this podcast we take the Costco variety pack of 4 styles, add a couple of Trader Joe bombers, and pull in Chuck Fort, Ken McMullen and TJ Bachorz for their views on the quality and taste. Who the base breweries are may have an affect on if they are rated highly or just meh. Listen in and hear our thoughts, but grab a local brew first!"
The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
Aired 4 months ago 53:19
James Fell on epiphanies and making radical changes
James Fell is a well-known fitness and motivational expert. He has written in the LA Times, The Chicago Tribune, Men’s Health, The Guardian and TIME. He also runs bodyforwife.com and is most recently the author of “The Holy Sh!t Moment: How Lasting Change Can Happen in an Instant” He and Mark talk about epiphanies and making a radical change. He teaches how to go directly from intention to committed action Listen to this episode to find out more about life-changing moments and how to change intention to action
The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
Aired 4 d ago 59:42
#703 Paisley Underground, The Shangri-Las' Leader of the Pack & Opinions on Tacocat
In early '80s Southern California, a new kind of music was brewing that blended the psychedelic sounds of the ‘60s with the modern day post-punk ethos. This week, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot reflect on the Paisley Underground movement. They’ll discuss the prominent bands like The Bangles, explore what made the scene so special and explain its impact on indie rock. Jim and Greg will also look back at the 1964 hit by The Shangri-Las, "Leader of the Pack," for its 55th anniversary. Plus, they'll review the new record from the colorful Seattle punk band Tacocat.