Monthly Archives: November 2016

Episode 6 – North American Society of Pipe Collectors



We are pushing this one a little early to your catchers so you cats have it on your phone while waiting in line for the good deals tomorrow.15152841_10209535722583240_1433459171_o

What goes well after Turkey? A big bowl of pipe tobacco. Last week we talked with Jeff Knoll and Eddie Fliess of the North American Society of Pipe Collectors about their background, drink some bloody marys and bourbon, and discuss their esoteric but fascinating hobby.

PS: Big shoutout to Mikey Woods, who designed our new logo.  You can check out more of his excellent work here.

Runtime: 36:44

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Episode 5 – Lauren McCubbin



20161110_192655Lauren McCubbin is a Columbus College of Art & Design professor, installment artist, and all around amazing person. Rob and Craig welcome her into the Falcon’s Roost last week to discuss her background, her art which primarily deals with the concerns of the sex worker, feminism, and the recent election.

Runtime: 49:54

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Episode 4 – Blank Slate Coffee



20161106_151050Matt Roberson’s take on a coffee shop is a little bit different than most.  He’s running his out of a 1973 Air stream trailer.  Matt joined us in the shed to discuss why a trailer, his background, why Faith is important to him, the ethics and benefits of buying local, as well as some upcoming events.

Runtime: 34:38

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Episode 3 – Drink Up Columbus



harrison-press-imageThis week the we talk with Cheryl Harrison. Cheryl is the founder of Speechbubble, a local boutique PR marketing firm, the owner and editor of Drink Up Columbus, Founder of Beers and Board Games Club, Co-founder of the Columbus Ale Trail, and sits on committee for numerous philanthropic and social endeavors.

We discuss the Columbus drinking scene and where it’s going, how she got to where she is today, generational differences in the workplace, her projects and passions, and what’s next.

We also take a moment to reflect on the passing of Bill Conner, CEO and president of CAPA.

Runtime: 48:25

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