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Oct 9, 2019

Teenagers and parents rarely see eye to eye on anything. That goes double for anything that might alter consciousness. It follows that teens would then come up with a number of strategies for disguising their attempts at intoxication. Some strategies are clearly more viable than others. When discovered, the fallout can...


Oct 3, 2019

The Great American Road Trip: popularized by Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassidy in On the Road, the road trip has been a celebrated tradition of American youth for generations. Among the rural highways and less traveled back roads, we discover ourselves, and those experiences will define us in the years to follow. This week,...


Sep 26, 2019

In every human life there may come to pass a moment in which these mortal bonds cease to hold oneself. Those who are lucky enough to find their way back to the firmament often pay a very dear price. We can only hope that there are those around us who heed the call to help, and give thanks for each and everyone who...


Sep 19, 2019

This week's guest is Nathan's former bandmate and longtime friend, Scott. He wants to see as much of the world as he can, but preferably the roads less traveled. No sightseeing tours or tourist traps for this dude - he is looking for life at street level, the way the locals live. This mindset has led him into some truly...


Sep 12, 2019

Hotel management is a dicey game under the best of circumstances. Throw downtown wingnuts and a concert venue into the mix and your hotel game gets weird to the point of absurdity. Shelby weathered the endless storm of next-level crazy long enough to have a dizzying array of preposterous stories, and she shares some of...