Episode Jun 24, 2016

Co-hosts Kristina Stykos and Emily Howe discuss what the pope said about magicians, the idiosyncratic English language, seven big bangs: a theory, conjuring psychopaths while hiking, what it means to dress like Johnny Cash, complications concerning a farm wedding bathroom trailer, picking your battles, a small issue of 20,000 Mormons, imagining gun racks for Subarus, feeling conflicted about cute animal videos, why it’s wrong to say “baby lamb”, little honks vs. long train whistles, possibly being pissed off at the U.K., the return of Magellan, what’s going on at Forest Road 31 in the Green Mountain National Forest, more about Butch’s hot dog skiing & Vicki Chapstick’s spandex, why we’re not hanging out at bluegrass festivals anymore, obnoxious musician sub-cultures, eating out of chafing dishes backstage at Tanglewood, a new book on cancer treatment from the Baba-A-Louis Bakery, the best back road road-rally in Vermont, an embarrassing propensity for yawning at museums, what to do if you can’t sell your house - and so much more!

Featuring music from Vermont musicians and friends: Wagtail [Train Don’t Leave]; Jonathan Falby & Zac Johnson [Good Folks Behind You]; Corinna [Laughing Crow Band].

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