Episode 40 – Artist Wresting League



They are artists. They are wrestlers. They like beer.  It’s the Artist Wrestling League.  They descended upon the shed and slapped each other around, in what is likely the most surreal episode to date.

Runtime: 41:13

 

 

 

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Episode 39 – The Fraternal Order of Moai / Grass Skirt Tiki Room



Road trip! Robert and I head down to the Grass Skirt Tiki Room to meet up with “Ahu” with the Fraternal Order of Moai to talk about Columbus’s strange obsession with Tiki culture, Discuss cultural appropriation, and get some tips on how to make a killer Mai Tai.

Runtime: 47:42

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Episode 38 – The Laughing Ogre



The Laughing Ogre has been a comic book tradition in Columbus for decades.  Gib, its founder and current general manager stopped by on Sunday to talk about comics, and we find out live about the passing of George Romero, creator of the Night of the Living Dead.  

Runtime: 44:35

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Episode 37 – The Hart Room with Matt Roberson



Matt Roberson returns to the shed to discuss his latest project and space – The Hart Room – a multi-purpose gathering space right next to his Airstream coffee shop in Gahanna.  He will debut the space with the inaugural showing all about how we’ve lost our ability to have meaningful conversations.

Runtime:  30:24

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You can hear our previous conversation with Matt back in November right here

 


Episode 36 – Ray Chandler and Parallel Games



Board games have come a long way since roll the dice and move, and Ray Chandler is a local designer who is exploring what a modern board game can do.  He joined us last week to talk about his new company, Parallel games, and the challenges and differences between designing for another company and for yourself.

Runtime: 38:08

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Episode 35 – Rockabilly Raven Vintage



Raven Haraldson had an issue. She was out of work, and with no chance of finding work in her town, she packed up her car, sold off her wardrobe and headed east.

Little did she know at the time that selling off her wardrobe would be the foundation behind her successful vintage clothing business. Now she’s on line everywhere, and with us in the Shed to talk about how she got to where she is, and why the appeal of vintage clothing is so strong.

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Runtime: 43:25

 

 

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