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By WTA — 5 years agoI hope that this conversation with one of the best and brightest French people I know makes up for my lack of insightful commentary on the situation in France. Sami Bronowski is a NYC comedian who walked around Manhattan with me back in April. (I’ve been sitting on this episode because I was worried you guys might think it’s too difficult/distracting to listen to a lively conversation which sometimes battles the sounds of dump trucks and helicopters.) We talked about the usual stuff: girls, mimicking people, food, death, and a lot of other very French type stuff. It’s worth a listen. Very John Cage-esque if you go in for that sort of thing. @SamuelBronowskiPost Views: 1,125
By WTA — 4 months ago
Comedian Adrian Mesa @amesathings gives @wanderingaisles a crash course on Cuban cuisine and presents a compelling case for his theory of pretentious restaurant naming. Check it how you check it. Consider supporting the show on Patreon! (or just tell a friend).
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By WTA — 5 years ago
Margaret Dodge is my traveling companion this week. Recorded in two parts: October 25th, 2015, on a visually and aurally beautiful day in Central Park; then, deeper into our respective issues and into the belly of her new apartment/feral cat cave at the end of February 2016. Basically, this episode bookends several months of substantial emotional fermentation.
Anyway, I’m making some progress and Margaret has become a good friend and has been pretty helpful with that. She’s funny and easy to talk to. @dodgecityradioPost Views: 1,197