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Gregg Martini is best known as the drummer for Gee, Your Band Smells Terrific. He was also in Gravy 8 and Birdhouse. He talked about being a musician last time he was on and at the very end mentioned, in passing, something about Bigfoot. He returns to the podcast to talk about that. Are large mysterious creatures roaming the woods of the Tristate? …
 
Author J.T. Townsend who is probably best known for his book, Summer’s Almost Gone about the 1966 Bricca murders. That’s the subject of this episode. J.T. has all written other books about crimes, mostly unsolved or surrounded by controversy, that are of local, national, and even international interest. Be sure to listen for the special promo code …
 
Mandy Pritchard is a keeper at the World of Insects at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, and she talks to us about the imminent emergence of Brood X. We also chat a bit about the zoo’s insect collection and even talk a bit about bees and wasps. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Listen here …
 
Michael George is a naturalist with Cincinnati Parks based at Burnet Woods. He joins us on the pod to talk about the history of the parks, how some of them were acquired, as well as all the neat stuff you can do in them. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincySh…
 
More Cincinnati inspired tunes! This time we go through the 70s and 80s to hear tunes from Jimmy Buffett, The Beach Boys, Keanue Reeves(?), Dwight Yoakam, and more. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast the…
 
Kathryn Lawrence and her husband Sean founded the Queen City’s pre-eminent gift basket business after returning to the area from Bermuda. Kathryn tells us how they fell in love with Cincinnati, even though neither is from here, living on an island in the middle of the Atlantic, her first taste of Cincinnati chili, and more. Get social with us: Face…
 
Russell Ihrig is the Associate Director of Interpretive Programming at the museum, and he joins us to discuss the museum’s history, its historic relationship with the Art Academy, how it acquires works, how it manages its vast collection, and more. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twit…
 
Kent Mulcahy is the Grants Resource Librarian at the Cincinnati Public Library. He explains a bit about that, and also discusses the two podcasts he produced for the library, including the one he hosts, My Favorite Album is Terrible. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instag…
 
Elise Solomon, the Taft’s Director of Learning and Engagement, joins us to talk about the museum’s history, it’s mission today, how one gets into the museum business, and more. How did it become an art museum? What kind of works does it feature? Is it haunted? We find out! Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: C…
 
We talk to Wilbur, the mayor of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky. Well, really, we chat with Wilbur’s human, Amy Noland, who tells us how a French bulldog became the mayor, what his responsibilities are, what life is like in a historic riverside village, and more. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official…
 
Josh picks up where Darin left off in Episode 157, and recalls a few more tales from the days when the company was known as Look at Me Shirts. Josh talks us about the company’s first cease and desist order, becoming good friends with Mo Egger, Reds players taking notice of the company’s shirts, and more. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts O…
 
This week we present an encore presentation of Episode 73 with the late, great Pat Berry. This may be our favorite episode ever. Lots of great stories, surprise phone calls, and more. Pat talked about his friends Rodney Dangerfield, Jeff Ruby, the late Ray combs, and more. There’s a gambling trip to Atlantic City, his career in radio as a rock and …
 
There are at least three dozen songs about, or that mention, Cincinnati. We take you through the early tunes in this episode, starting with a song from 1927. We stop at 1970 but hear 10 tracks along the way, covering a variety of musical styles. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter…
 
Darin takes us all the way back to the beginning when the company was called Look at Me Shirts. And we mean way back. He talks about the successful board game he developed before he started making shirts with Josh, how he met Josh, the start of the T-shirt business, the success and mistakes in those early days, and a whole lot more. Get social with…
 
Rick, Jordan, and Mark from the Cincinnati Watch Company are passionate about watches. For the past few years they have produced some very fine Cincinnati-themed watches. They sit down with us to discuss their company, the history and future of watches, and a whole lot more. Our sales director Billy DeVore sits in on this interview as well, as he h…
 
Ray Anderson is the media and community relations manager for Cincinnati Animal CARE, which is the new county shelter servicing Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Their vision is to reunite lost companion pets, reduce the stray population, offer opportunities for unwanted animals to be adopted or rescued, and provide the public with information and pr…
 
Keloni Parks is the manager at the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library's West End branch. She also hosts the West End Stories Project Podcast. She talks to us about the West End, growing up in Cincinnati, working for the library, and more. Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twi…
 
We wrap up our look back at 2020. We went through all the episodes from 2020 and picked out some choice nuggets from select episodes. We also give you a quick rundown on the other episodes. We’re kind of reliving the great moments, and/or letting you know what you might have missed. You can then go back and listen, or re-listen, to those episodes. …
 
Last week we did the Best of 2020, Part One. We’ll get to the Best of 2020, Part Two next week. However, Darin wanted to do a little intro to last week’s episode but didn’t get to it until late Tuesday, and then he recorded for an hour. So, we made it an episode! It’s worth a listen. He takes us through the year 2020 at Cincy Shirts, giving you a p…
 
We’ve gone through all the episodes from 2020 and picked out some choice nuggets from select episodes. We also give you a quick rundown on the other episodes. We’re kind of reliving the great moments, and/or letting you know what you might have missed. You can then go back and listen, or re-listen, to those episodes. So many great guests and fun st…
 
Actor Bruce Cromer is probably best known for playing Scrooge in Playhouse in the Park’s production of A Christmas Carol. You’ve likely seen him in any number of regional productions, as well as a major motion picture released last year. Bruce talks to us about building a career in regional theater, spending time in New York and L.A., teaching acti…
 
He is, of course, is one half of Jeff & Jenn from Q102. Jeff sits down to talk with us and talks about growing up with a learning disability, how he got interested in radio, the first time he teamed up with Jenn, his thoughts on Cincinnati, his love of Cincy Shirts, plus a whole lot more! Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook…
 
Photojournalist and soccer fan Ronny Salerno is of interest to the Cincy Shirts universe for two reasons. One, Ronny follows the beautiful game, past and present, and two, he runs the Queen City Discovery blog which takes a nostalgic look at Greater Cincinnati, and also features a lot of cool abandoned stuff. We chat about all of the above. Get soc…
 
On November 24, Thanksgiving Eve 1971, a man identifying himself as Dan Cooper walked up to the Northwest Airlines ticket counter at the Portland International airport and purchased a one-way ticket to Seattle. Hours later he would leap into aviation history as the only person to successfully carry-out the hijacking of a U.S. commercial aircraft. T…
 
Jay Morrison is the Bengals beat writer for The Athletic. He joins us to discuss what a beat reporter does, the future prospects of the Bengals and Joe Burrow, the rivalries with Pittsburgh and Cleveland, and a whole lot more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode. Support the show my donating via PayP…
 
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