May 30th, 2012

Episode 49: Return to Buford Highway

We had a great time making the last Buford Highway podcast, so we went back for more. We hit Pho Dai Loi 2, Plaza Fiesta, and the Orient Plaza. All along the way we ate great food at good prices. 

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Topics include: proper pho eating technique, old-fashioned bottle designs, and the ethics of turduckens



Durian shake


Plaza Fiesta




And from our final stop at the Vietnamese grocery, Orient Plaza

May 29th, 2012

That’s how you open a Ramune soda bottle. Tune in Wednesday to hear us open up Buford Highway.

May 3rd, 2012

AKA Blondie See it at the Plaza Theatre May 4-10 at 9:30 pm.   

May 2nd, 2012

Episode 45: David Stephens, puppeteer

It’s not every episode that gives you the chance to hear from a puppet and his creator. Luckily for you, we got a chance to sit down with David Stephens, the master puppeteer behind All Hands Productions, and his puppet Norbert. I think it’s safe to say, this is our first interview with someone on muppet wikia (here). This episode is also full of David’s banjo skills.

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Topics include: puppet construction, playing the banjo with a puppet, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force

Norbert telling us secrets

David Stephens with his creations


April 29th, 2012

We’re psyched to bring you an episode on Wednesday with puppeteer and banjo player David Stephens, the man behind All Hands Productions.  

April 11th, 2012

Episode 42: Music Grid is a little bit different from the other music sites you’ve seen online. For one thing, they don’t alert the world every time you listen to Bryan Adams at work. Music Grid was started by Cliff Seal and Kyle Stapleton as a site that allows you to review music socially. It creates a space for you to get those trusted recommendations on albums you don’t know about from friends whose musical taste has been tested. Cliff and Kyle are Atlanta locals, but the site is starting to draw attention around the world.

Listen here or download on itunes (free)

Topics include: listening to music with the old man, albums, and high school connections

Read more about MusicGrid here on Wired or Mashable.

March 19th, 2012


Some days you want something sweet and if you’re cruising down N Highland you might get lucky enough to see these signs and stop in.  You won’t be disappointed.  The Atlanta Cupcake Factory rotates flavors weekly and you can order a glass of milk to go with your cupcake.  What more do you need?

March 14th, 2012

Episode 38: The Viking Progress

We went this extra mile for this episode, all the way to the thriving Athens music scene to talk to the man behind The Viking Progress. Patrick Morales is a singer-songwriter and his newest album is full of songs he wrote while working as a marine biologist on commercial fishing vessels in cold northern waters. Luckily for us he returned to warmer climes to put out the album. It’s his music in this episode and if you’d like to hear more, go to his show March 30 at the Earl with Adron and Oryx.

There is life OTP. Hear all about it here or download it from itunes (free).

Topics include: life on a commercial fishing boats in Alaska, learning to play instruments, working as a caddy, and online gambling

March 11th, 2012

Coming this Wednesday, our episode with The Viking Progress. Hear his music, hear about his music, and about his life and experiences from Athens to Alaska.  

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