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Episode 47 – Bossy Grrl Pin Up Joint

Burlesque isn’t for large fans and 1940’s pre-war France anymore! Mike stopped by to talk about how he became the proprietor of Bossy Grrl’s Pin Up Joint, and how Burlesque has made a comeback as an art form.  Bonus, he made us some mean Old Fashions.  Seriously, this guy knows his way around a bar.

Runtime: It’s a longer one….53:28

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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 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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Episode 15 – Exit Left Productions

Robert and Craig hit the road, and catch a show by Exit Left Productions performed at Madlab.  While there, we talk with Megan Lehr and Patrick McGregor II about their company’s inaugural show, Hamlet. 

This version was adapted by Pat, and performed “in the round”.  We talk about the inspiration for this adaptation, how to get ahead in acting, and where the company, and Columbus in general is heading.

Their show will run this weekend (27th through the 29th), and is at the Madlab theater.  Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors.  Then there’s a “student rush” where you can get in for $5 bucks with a valid student ID 10 minutes till showtime. It’s a good show, you should check it out.

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Runtime: 30:45

Show Notes

Episode 2 – Dismal Voyage

In this week’s show, we welcome Leighanna DeRouen to the bar.  We discuss her new project “Dismal Voyage,” Life in Louisiana, FemFest, and feminism in movies and culture.dismalvoyage

You can check out her website, and order your own copy by going to dismalvoyage.com

Follow and like FemFest on Facebook at facebook.com/FemFestColumbus/

Runtime: 42:40

Today’s Drink: Bloody Mary
  • 2-3 Dashes Tabasco (accept no substitutes!)
  • 2-3 Dashes of Fresh Ground pepper
  • 1 Dash Worcestershire
  • 1 healthy pinch of Salt (we recommend smoked salt)
  • 1/2 barspoon of horseradish
  • 2oz of a good vodka
  • Ice
  • Tomato Juice

Take a pint glass, and build your base of Tabasco, Pepper, Worcestershire, salt, and horseradish. Add in the vodka, ice, and fill with tomato juice. Roll back in forth between two glasses (don’t shake). Garnish with celery (optional) and serve.