Episode 29 – “Occupy Juneau” The guys discuss “Occupy Protests” taking place across America, Kim Kardashian’s divorce and more. Follow the show on Facebook: Outside The Box with Mike and Leon on Twitter: OTBpodcast make sure to visit the new website: OTBpodcast.com and spread the word to your friends!
3.18.11 Founder and Editor of The HookHawes Spencer joins Coy for another edition of “Fun Fridays with Hawes!” Per usual, no topic is off limits, and some of the discussion points on today’s agenda include Charlie Sheen, the Operation Equinox story, the disappearance of Pat Collins from UVA in 1986, and much more. Also, what is “tripe,” and does Hawes recommend it? Find out here.
2.18.11 Founder and Editor of The HookHawes Spencer joins Coy for “Fun Fridays with Hawes.” When Coy and Hawes get together, no topics are off limits, and today is no different. The conversation in this installment opens with a debate over some outdated technologies: 8 tracks vs. cassettes, before moving on to address the closing of Padow’s Deli in Barracks Road, the fattening of America via all-you-can-eat buffets, Hawes the alleged smoothie master’s blender issues, and the local Donald Trump story. Finally, it wouldn’t be “Fun Fridays” without a few rounds of America’s favorite game you haven’t heard of yet: Dead or Alive.
Post-Valentine blues? Pick yourself up! Invite Wendy Edwards, comedian Jim Zarling and licensed counselor, Erin Johnson for a chat that can help you laugh at yourself and gain perspective of what really matters in life and love. Enchanting melodies by Misty Lyn and the Big Beautiful are tucked into this OTB Podcast production.
Warning: Some editing was by Wendy herself and, well, it’s her fault the voice audio is “a little wonky.” New software means new skills! Dare you to listen, all the same.
2.4.11 Founder and Editor at The HookHawes Spencer joins Coy for “Fun Fridays with Hawes.” For those of you who don’t know, when Coy and Hawes get together, the conversation covers anything and everything. Among today’s topics: the best places to ski, wearing a helmet while riding a bicycle, the classic TV show “B.J. and the Bear,” and a good old fashioned game of “Dead or Alive?” Also, Hawes unveils Charlottesville’s own new version of “Groupon” called The Daily Deal in which a featured restaurant provides coupons for a certain dollar amount of food for half the price.