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Episode 30: LIVE with Janeane Garofalo and Chris Morris!

Listen to Episode 30: LIVE with Janeane Garofalo and Chris Morris!

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In this Episode:

Recorded at Union Hall in Brooklyn, the Bartender talks to Janeane Garofalo about comedy, the Puppy Bowl and her new show idea, and the talented Chris Morris shares a very personal story. PLUS we play Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice with Dan Schachner!

Watch a clip here:

Full episode here:

Pictures, courtesy of Tom Scola:

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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

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Tell The Bartender Episode 18: Tales of Engagement

Listen to Episode 18: Tales of Engagement

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In this Episode:

Marriage – it’s all the rage! But how exactly does one pop the question? We hear four touching, funny and surprising stories from people who wanted to make their engagements as special as possible. PLUS a special listener shout out,  the drink of the week, and a message to musician Ted Leo! Also, like what you hear? Tip me!

Many thanks to Dean Mayes for writing this wonderful piece about the show.

The Guests:

Karen Finerman is the CEO of a hedge fund in New York City, and a regular panelist on CNBC’s Fast Money. Check out her book, Finerman’s Rules: Secrets I’d Only Tell My Daughters About Business and Life. Fun fact: besides juggling a career, two jobs and four children, Karen can actually juggle objects.

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Karen, looking radiant

Susie Loeffler is a singer, teacher and great friend. Her story is the first to be recorded LIVE at the prestigious Acme Comedy Company in Minneapolis, MN (at the bar on Katharine’s phone).

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Katharine, Susie and Dan 

Dave T. Koenig is an actor/writer/director and overall great guy. His face has even been on a plane. Yes, a plane (for a commercial, but still).

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Zach Mattheus is a brilliant art director and Jess Mattheus is a wonderful caterer. Katharine wants to hang out at their house forever. Here they are in their kitchen during the recording, looking so adorable.

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Zach and Jess

And as promised, a special song for Ted Leo from Katharine and the Puppy Bowl referee Dan Schachner.

Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Let’s Fall in Love” by Frank Sinatra

“Side of Me” by Petula 62

“Jackson” by Johnny Cash

“Perfect Day” by Lou Reed

“What Do I Get” by Buzzcocks

“Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Tell The Bartender Episode 15: Camp It Out

Listen to Episode 15: Camp It Out

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In this Episode:

Camp Learn Stuff: Friends Emmy and Will share stories about a camp theater director who had some unorthodox ways of training his students. Plus, They play “Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice”!

The Mystery of the Button: Josh Cohen was rushed from camp to the ER in a very remote part of New Jersey because he swallowed a button. The doctor had an interesting way of treating him.

Liz’s Ark: While working at a camp in Texas, Liz Davenport was faced with a herculean task: save her campers from a major oncoming flood. She was asked to use a shovel.

Bummer Camp: Jesse Myerson just came back from a very difficult Summer camp session. He shares how he got past the lows to appreciate the highs.

PLUS listener shout outs, a drink recipe, a new “Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice” and news about the next  Tell The Bartender LIVE!

Also, like what you hear? Tip me!

Emmy Bean is a performer based in Chicago. Her friend Will Carlough is an incredible filmmaker. Together they are absolutely hilarious.

Josh Cohen is the co-creator of the Josh and Tamra show, and teaches puppetry master classes all over the country. He also has racy pictures of 20 year old Katharine somewhere due to a prank gone horribly wrong. But that’s another story.

Liz Davenport is an awesome Brooklynite who would probably still risk her life for a child, but maybe with assistance in the future.

Jesse Myerson is an activist, writer and total badass. Here he is doing a field piece for Citizen Radio:

Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“A Duel Will Settle This” by Mates of State

“The Stars of Track and Field” by Belle and Sebastian

“The Only Living Boy in New York” by Simon & Garfunkel

“Shipbuilding” by Elvis Costello

“Just Like Heaven” by The Watson Twins

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists