TBD Episode 3: Onion Sandwich

This week the show is joined by Bryan’s friend Greg to talk about The Bachelor. Yes, The Bachelor. But that’s not all! More 90s comics, being friends with a friend’s ex girlfriend and Bryan’s trip to Cleveland among a million other things this week on TBD.

Baltimore Hit Parade Q&A With Sam Sessa

On Tuesday Jan. 21, 89.7 WTMD is hosting the first ever live taping of Baltimore Hit Parade, broadcast live on-air with a studio audience. The free hour-long show features the radio debut of Kentavius Jones, a soul singer/songwriter. Also: the Baltimore Rock Opera Society will perform songs from “Grundlehammer,” Ed Schrader has tips on “How […]

CTB Podcast 40th Episode to Freedom

To celebrate the 40th episode (as arbitrary a number as any!) the Podgang drinks a ton of beer and discusses bullsh*t science, Drunk History coming to Baltimore, diversity in the workplace, Name a Downtown Neighborhood and the Best of 311. The News That’s Fit To Rant About includes Baltimore’s lack of voicemail for police, the […]

TBD Episode 2: RoBat Mitzvah

Bryan and Evan reconvene after the new year to discuss the important matters of our day including the best Bat Mitzvah songs from 1994, 90s comic books, and their attempt to get on television when Drunk History comes to town to film. It’s the greatest 51 minutes of your life.

CTB Podcast Episode 39: Unsustainable Batons

The Podgang convenes for the new year to talk about some late breaking bar news, everybody’s respective New Years Eves, and a very special soundbite captured by DennisTheCynic by State Delegate at the recent League of Women’s Voters breakfast. The News That’s Fit to Rant About is reviewed and City Paper’s Top 10 Resolutions for […]

CTB Podcast Episode 38: Don’t Cross The Streams, Argentina

The show is joined once again by Patch.com reporter Adam Bednar to discuss the top stories of 2013 in Baltimore! Best of Change Maryland, Name That Video Game and a discussion of Barry Levinson’s “The Bay” also join in on the pile of goodness to close out the podcast’s first calendar year. Thanks for being […]