Best of February 2016

We know you are busy people. But that’s no reason to miss out on all of the amazing content being posted on every single month. So for those of you too busy moving and shaking to check the site every day, we’ve collected the best content from the past month for you to enjoy in this handy collection.

Loudon-resized-2 One on One with Matt Gourley
If you’ve listened to a LA-based podcast, watched Drunk History or seen any Volkswagen commercials, then you’re familiar with Matt Gourley’s work. Gourley, an improviser and actor perhaps best known for the Superego podcast, has had an eclectic career simply by following his bliss.

We recently talked to Gourley about his quirky cameo on Community, how working at a Disney theme park shaped his career and why producing new episodes of Superego is becoming less and less sustainable.

Hanging Around … Loudon Wainwright III
Loudon Wainwright III performed at the Creative Alliance in Baltimore. Joel Murphy was at the show and spoke with Wainwright about his nearly five decades in the music business.

Bacon and Legs – Daryl Dixon’s Mixins & Fixins (Walking Dead-inspired recipes)
Fontina Turner shares two Walking Dead-inspired recipes – Chicken Fried Wildlife and a Peach & Toasted Pecan Moonshine Float.

Poppin’ Molly – Don’t postpone joy
Molly Regan explains how Tom Colicchio from Top Chef and the Stonecutters episode of The Simpsons inspired her to make a life-altering decision.

Schrödinger’s Plot – The Dark Knight Falls
Joel Murphy imagines a world where we got an extra Christopher Nolan Batman film – The Dark Knight Falls.

Hobo Radio Cafe – Kevin Conroy’s thoughts on Batman’s voice

Hobo Radio Cafe takes audio highlights from HoboTrashcan’s weekly pop culture podcast Hobo Radio and adds animation. This week, Joel Murphy is joined by Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman, who talks about his approach to Batman’s voice and where he thinks Christian Bale went wrong.

Audio taken from: Hobo Radio 101 – Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman

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