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"And sometimes, if I'm lucky, I get to go up on stage and be myself. And I can't think of anything I'd rather be."
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Joe shares how his perspective on work and career has changed since the childhood question of "what do you want to be when you grow up?"

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At its heart, this is a podcast about love. So at some point this was bound to happen. Eric Braband is both my significant other and a huge fan of a little Maine-based band called Rustic Overtones. I got to learn about a band he loves and the larger effect that discovery had on his search for the things he loves in music, movies, and other aspects of culture, and I suppose you all will get a window into our relationship. FUNNNNN.

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This week on a guestless Talking Games, Clayton and Kellen chat about their gaming hopes for the year to come!

"This is a side of Claire that we never get to see."
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The Cover Stories gang get to one of their bucket list songs and it brings out a side of Claire not normally seen.

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The House Theatre of Chicago returns for this episode that previews their latest production, The Hammer Trinity, and featuers some super cool stories and songs!

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The host with the most coasts as MBS hosts and boasts! Kate tells me all about some of her favorite aspects of hosting people at her place. She can cook. She secretly cleans. She can kind of bake. She doesn't need a fucking Pinterest for creative ideas.

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This week, Clayton's Hijinks teammate and podcast nemesis Jude Tedmori joins us for the first (and probably only time) to produce the Worst Episode Ever (TM).

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This month, Your Stories welcomes the wonderful House Theatre to share the story of their latest production, The Hammer Trinity, and some fantastic stories result!

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Have a seat and get ready to slap your knee: Tyler Langford is in the house (with his own banjo!) to weave some tales and tunes about his love of bluegrass, banjo, ragtime, etc. Mountain music! Man this is fun. Tyler tells me about his first band (he's a founding member of UCB!), demonstrates a few different ways to play the banjo (clawhammer being his method of choice), and has lots and lots of favorite artists to share insight on.