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Podcasts on the topic of “Liam Davis” 47 results

First Time First Lie - Sean Flannery

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Sean is the creator and host of The Blackout Diaries a show where comics plus 'real' people (cops, priests, teachers, etc) share true drinking stories and answer questions from the audience. He has been featured on Comedy Central and named the best standup comic in Chicago by several publications. He was also named Best Drunk by The Chicago Reader (2014). On stage, he shares wild, hilarious stories, while showing multimedia from the events: photos, videos, voicemails and more. Last year he combined many of these stories into a sold-out, critically-acclaimed one man show, called Never Been to Paris, about the last 10 times he nearly killed himself by accident.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein

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Topics: car crash, chicago, chirp, cleveland, drunk, fall from a great height, gerald dowd, impersonation, liam davis, lie, live lit, party crashing, partying, scott stevenson, steve frisbie

First Time First Chance - Stubhy Pandav

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A first generation American, Kaustubh “Stubhy” Pandav was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago.  Over the course of his career, he has toured the United States, Japan, and Europe with his bands Lucky Boys Confusion and the Super Happy Fun Club with the likes of Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Sum 41, and the Plain White T’s.

Stubhy is a firm believer in the mantra, “Every musician that you listen to now started local,” and passionately advocates for the Chicago music scene as well as local music scenes around the country.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein and Iris Lin

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Topics: discovering music, discovering your own talent, first day of my life, gerald dowd, indian culture, liam davis, live lit, songwriting, steve frisbie, storytelling, strict parents

First Time First Chance - Tim Akimoff

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Tim is a writer, editor, multimedia producer and digital journalist. He oversees digital content and social engagement for Chicago Public Media.

Prior to coming to WBEZ in July, 2012, Tim was the director of digital content at KTUU-Channel 2, the NBC affiliate in Anchorage Alaska, where he directed digital coverage of two Iditarod dog sled races and traveled the state extensively to help connect Alaska’s remote rural communities with hub communities as well as the urban population in Anchorage.

In addition to his radio and television experience, Tim’s background is in print reporting. He worked as a newspaper journalist in Kyiv, Ukraine during the leadup to the Orange Revolution, and he covered cities, state government and crime and courts for various newspapers in Oregon and Montana.

He is an award-winning blogger and a storyteller at heart with an interest in collecting unique storytelling styles from around the globe.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein and Meg Ritter Alles

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Topics: adventure, alaska, anchorage, bear, gerald dowd, liam davis, live lit, moose, new name for everything, steve frisbie, storytelling

First Time First Chance - Ali Clayton

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Ali Clayton is a southern girl and proud of it!  After receiving a BA in theatre performance in 2008 she left her home state of NC to pursue her dreams of becoming a comedian.

She has been performing stand-up for five years and can been seen all around Chicago talking about her favorite things; her southern upbringing and her sexual encounters.

Ali’s one-woman show “I’m Different, Not Dumb” has been featured at the NC Comedy Arts Fest, Chicago Sketch Comedy Fest and Chicago Women’s Funny Fest.  

Recently the internationally renowned art blog Art F City mentioned “What Am I Looking At?”; an art review web series hosted by Ali.  Watch all the episodes here [url=http://channelwaila.tumblr.com]http://channelwaila.tumblr.com[/url].

She has been honored to be part of TBS Just for Laughs Chicago for the past four years and to be named one of the 50 Hot Women in Comedy by AfterEllen.com.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein

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Topics: chicago, gerald dowd, girl crush, liam davis, live lit, pussy hunt, steve frisbie, storytelling

First Time First Chance - Nicole Oppenheim

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Nicole grew up in northern New Jersey, but attended high school in central Ohio. Before settling in Chicago, she spent a bunch of time in Boston & New Haven, CT. So although she currently resides in the Midwest, she remains an East Coast girl at heart. Nicole majored in English, minored in Classics, & has a Master's Degree in Art History (or as her mom likes to call it, "gainful employment." Zing!).

She's the current host of Ear Candy, which you can catch Friday mornings 9-noon on CHIRP Radio. Fun fact: Nicole owns THREE pairs of bamboo earrings.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein

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Topics: around the way girl, escape, gerald dowd, liam davis, live lit, new jersey, ohio, steve frisbie, stolen car, storytelling

First Time First Chance - Freda Love Smith

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Freda Love Smith is a writer, drummer, and lecturer living in Evanston. She was a founding member and drummer of The Blake Babies with Juliana Hatfield, and has since played with Antenna, The Mysteries of Life, and Some Girls. She interviews musicians about food for Paste and writes about food on her blog,lovesmiths.blogspot.com. Her memoir/cookbook, Red Velvet Underground, is forthcoming on Agate.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein

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Topics: 9:30 club, alex chilton, gerald dowd, liam davis, live lit, missed opportunity, second chance, steve frisbie, storytelling, thank you friends, touring musicians

First Time First Chance - Lily Be

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Lily Be is a momma, a nanny, a friend, and a storyteller. She's a wise Mexican badass from Humboldt Park with a straight from the hip style of storytelling that has made her stand out in the storytelling community. She is the first Latina Moth GrandSLAM champion, WNEP Maelstrom champ, The Spotty Truth Late Night Storytelling champ, and host/producer of The Stoop the last Thursday of each month at Rosa's Lounge. There is really nothing a bio can tell you about Lily Be that her stories can't do better.

Podcast produced by Dan Epstein

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Topics: crisis, gerald dowd, liam davis, live lit, loss, recovery, reinvention, steve frisbie, storytelling, tightrope

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