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  1. the great UnSung - Episode 14: IF is not the word

    This week, Alison interviews Robby Takac from the Goo Goo Dolls. Robby & John Rznezik formed their iconic punk/rock/pop band in 1985 and they’ve sustained an incredibly successful career ever s…

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  2. Episode 195 - Don Dixon

    Despite being a critically acclaimed singer/songwriter in his own right, Don Dixon’s legacy as an important figure in American rock was cemented when he co-produced the first two albums by R.E.M. (Murmer and Reckoning) with Mitch Easter. Helping to bri

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  3. 345: Maintaining npm with Laurie Voss - ShopTalk

    Laurie Voss is the co-founder and Chief Data Officer of npm and he stopped by the show to talk a bit about npm’s history, some of the issues it faces now, as well as what’s in store for the web in 2019.

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  4. wellRED podcast: #97 - Hanging in Nashville W/ Elizabeth Cook and Tyler Mahan Coe!

    This week we sit down in Nashville with one of todays best country music singer/songwriters, Elizabeth Cook AND one of today’s best country music historians, Tyler Mahan Coe! We talk country music, comedy, cultural appropriation and more! Check out Tyler’s insanely popular podcasts Your Favorite Band Sucks and Cocaine And Rhinestones Go to for tour dates and what not!

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  5. // CSS & CMS Musings with Eric Meyer

    On this episode we have on the CSS legend Eric Meyer to talk about the early days of CSS, and how it almost died, and also onto where CSS is today. We discuss utility-first CSS, CSS in JavaScript, and talk about the Flexbox and the awesomeness that is CSS Grid.

    We then also talk about the move of…

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  6. Journalist Jon Ronson’s Look Into The Last Days of Porn Star August Ames Is Not What You Think

    The creator of Audible Original ‘The Butterfly Effect’ and ‘So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed’ explains how a tragedy that seemed like a clear intersection of the porn industry and social media pile-ons became something else entirely.

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  7. AirTalk® | Audio: Will stripping the Mongols motorcycle club logo violate First Amendment rights? | 89.3 KPCC

    A Santa Ana jury ruled Friday that the L.A.-based Mongols motorcycle club would be stripped of its trademark as part of its punishment in a racketeering case.

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  8. NET@NIGHT WITH AMBER AND LEO 12 (Feb 21st 2006)


    Hosted by Amber MacArthur, Leo Laporte

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  9. Documenteers Episode 56 - F for Fake with Tyler Mahan Coe

    Just in time for Hannukah. Light your menorah, sip the manischewitz and relax to the smooth sounds of this special edition episode of the Documenteers. Another Nashville podcaster joins Bob Sham and he had the pick of the documentary litter. Tyler Mahan Coe steps into the Shamco studio. He’s the host of the hit podcasts "Cocaine and Rhinestones" and "Your Favorite Band Sucks" with fellow host Mark Mosley. If for some reason you’re listening to the Documenteers podcast without ever hearing of Tyler, then let me just say thank you for your time and love. Also, you should go check those shows out. "Cocaine and Rhinestones" is a very researched podcast about the history of country music. The best podcast of its kind. "Your Favorite Band Sucks" is about Tyler and Mark busting the beans of the most popular bands in pop culture. Some call the show brave. Others call it dangerous. Tyler joins Bob in discussing the most fraudulent "documentary" of all time. Some say it isn’t a documentary at all. It’s Orson Welles’s final, and most fun, film "F for Fake". The film was also co-directed and produced by the grinning Francois Reichenbach. This tale of fakery is choking in charlatanism. Where is the truth? Who is honest? The art forger? The writer? The lady with all the bikinis? Where does Orson get those wonderful clothes? Let’s peel the onion. A great film to watch if you’re overdosing on documentaries. Special appearance by Fred Durst. Keep on Doccin’®

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  10. Work for Yourself Forever with Tyler Mahan Coe from Reframe on RadioPublic

    On this episode we sit down with Tyler Mahan Coe, the host of the extremely

    popular podcast Cocaine & Rhinestones and talk about building an audience, how he launched the show and what’s next.!3e570

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