Pitchfork scribe Nate Patrin joins Andrew, Leonard and Olivia to contrast childhood hometowns vs. towns one lives in today. Leonard's ire is stoked by a combustible combo of New York talk and Southern Comfort, plus! Quickly Now! bogs down with ...Read More

Nate Patrin (Pitchfork, City Pages) asks the panel whether or not today's media-saturated society is more cynical than in the past. Olivia is bored by this and we end the show. BEFORE THAT, HOWEVER- "Say, What's Good," with recommendations on ...Read More

Nate Patrin joins Shek, Andrew, Leonard and RJ as they talk about where the country is headed. Facts and emotion! Also, "Say, what's good?" And RJ's microphone was on the wrong setting, so he is difficult to hear at times. ...Read More

Yes, we have finally reached show number 100. Shek, Stephen, Andrew, Leonard, Olivia and RJ head down memory lane, as old guests are phoned and there's a special announcement from an old friend of the program. We swear these will ...Read More

Nate Patrin (Pitchfork, City Pages) and Tony Zaret join Olivia and RJ to discuss those things we would enjoy more, if it weren't for that one-little-thing holding us back. Also, Deke Zibinski is here for a new Ask the Bartender ...Read More

First-time guest panelist Nate Patrin (Pitchfork, Village Voice Pazz and Jop list, among others) joins in to discuss the value of end-of-year lists for various forms of media. Also- James Bond's most frightening villain, "Ask the Bartender" looks at disease ...Read More