Archive
This week I chat with the fantastic Erik Gauger, creator of the wonderful travel site Notes From The Road.
This week we check in with UK fashion blogger and journalist Emma, author behind the Cosmopolitan partnered blog What Emma Did!
We review James Ponsoldt's new film about the tragic life of writer David Foster Wallace called "The End of the Tour," starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg
This week we catch up with Scotland-based blogger Lisa-Marie Ferla, author behind Last Year's Girl!
This week we're chatting about cinematic photography with London based photographer Mitch Waite, author behind a blog of the same name that documents his experiences!
This week we sit down with BTR's own Zach Schepis to hear tales from his travels in Thailand -- and they are AWESOME.
This week we explore what it is like to live with anxiety with Dallas McDonald, author behind the blog Scatter Brain Rants.
This week we chat with amateur astronomer and photographer of the cosmos Phil Ostroff about the great big sky above us!
Happy Spring Saturday! We’ve got a great show for you today with a lot of great new music! I’m most excited for the new Mountain Goats album, Beat the Champ, which is all about wrestling. It’s also very exciting to hear the sophomore effort from Speedy Ortiz, Foil Deer. We’ve got all that plus much, much more on the show today! And don’t forget to take a moment and follow BTR on Facebook and all the other social medias!
Hello! It’s Unprepared Week here on BTR! Unfortunately, this show doesn’t exactly go along with the theme: this show was prepared with a ton of great new music, ready to go! We’ve got blissed out 60s strummy rock from Drug Cabin and smooth-voiced Kevin Morby playing his jangly tunes. Make sure to stick around and check it all out! Right here, on BTR!
Well 2014 was interesting. Hopefully 2015 is even more awesome. We visited some newer spots and discovered gold! Hapa Ramen is a project that I’ve been following on it’s journey from street cart vendor, to weekly pop-up restaurant to its final brick and mortar existence. It’s been interesting watching them grow up. The food is delicious. They also like to experiment with Ramen, so if you want to try cheeseburger ramen, they’re what’s up. We also take a trip to a small Pacific Northwest micro brewery called Maritime Pacific and Hanabi has the report. Insane Dane is still fighting off the winter blues, but it’s much easier with his sausage and mushroom pasta recipe on the Dish + Drink blog.