If there's a dog, they're gonna pet it! We have an extra special episode for you! This is our first-ever live episode, recorded at the Bossanova Ballroom in Portland during the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. We talk Portland dog businesses and Oregon dog heroes, then we talk about pretty much every dog subject we can think of with guests Janeane Garofolo, Karen Kilgariff, and Drew Lynch! Warning: this episode contains strong language and strong political opinions, and might not be suitable for everyone!
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We learned all about guide dogs and what might cause a career change. Renee has lots to tell you about dog-sitting Pistachio! What dogs did we meet this week?
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Overdue is a podcast about the books you've been meaning to read. Join Andrew and Craig each week as they tackle a new title from their backlog.
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This week, Jeff and Amanda talk about who is most embarrassed about what books they read, who reads what and how much on the toilet, a new Hobbit moviel trailer, 50 Shades back at the top of the bestseller list, new books, and more. Perplexed by thank you notes? Baffled by black tie? Dismayed by dinner parties?
Worry no more, Shmanners has your answers! Rank 1: Table Manners. Ah, table manners! What a mystery! Sure, we're all taught not to chew with our mouths full and stuff like that, but what is with all the forks? Who is supposed to talk to whom? How do we pass the dishes? When do we start eating? As host, what are my responsibilities? Is there a right way to get a waiter's attention? All this along with the history of table manners, place setting basics and how table manners might just make you healthier!
If you enjoy the episode, be sure to pass it on! Hello Internet! Enjoy and be sure to share with your friends! Get Booked is a weekly show of personalized book recommendations. Rank 1: Get Booked Ep. Amanda and Jenn discuss inclusive horror, small-town fantasies, smart creepy girls, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked. Questions 1. Most recently I read and loved Lovecraft Country in which a Black community comes together to battle eldritch horrors. Can you recommend some horror authors who are people of color, LGBT or from a religious minority?
Or horror books that have a non-white, non-straight protagonist? I just binge watched Twin Peaks and loved it. I'm a sucker for small town drama with mystical elements, and was wondering if you guys had any book recs similar to that. I found some lists online that were mainly comprised of thrillers like Gone Girl, which isn't really my thing. Somebody recommended American Gods to me, and I can see why.
I've already read it, and liked it very much, but don't feel like rereading it. Any other suggestions? Hi Amanda and Jenn! I am seeking book recommendations for my mom who recently retired from a career in early childhood care. As she has not been able to dive into books without crayon marks in years and is unsure of where to start looking, I would like to offer her a number of suggestions from multiple areas -- short stories and fast-paced novels are especially welcome.
She is not into horror or science fiction, but she's happy to try other genres. Thank you so much!
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Hi ladies, My boyfriend and I met online and immediately bonded over our shared love of books. We've spent countless weekends lounging around reading together in silence.
My problem is: how do we choose? We both enjoy sci-fi and fantasy but my tastes skew a bit more to the side of literary fiction favorite book: The Sparrow and he is inclined towards more epic, action-packed adventures favorite book: anything from the Dark Tower series.