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Confessions from the Nocturne Nebula Episode Two: Three Lawmen Walk Into a Bar
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Nolan Stone tends to an unexpected visitor to Salome’s. Flynn Morgan has bad news. Malachi Stratford makes some inquiries. Yoli Wallace makes a one-time offer. Zarah raises an important question…Read More →

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Confessions from the Nocturne Nebula Episode One: The Bittersweet Goodbye
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Everyone’s getting ready for a going away party at Salome’s. Cherry gets a bonus. Nolan Stone gets an offer he should refuse. An unusual bet is laid at the roulette table. Zarah pours a drink. An unexpected arrival spoils the party…Read More →

Co-hosts Amy and Ashley put Quentin Tarantino under their microscope on this edition of Prizefighting Kangaroo. There’s a deep dive into the filmmaker and foot fetishist’s 2019 summer blockbuster, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Though they didn’t actually cover the foot-loving aspect of the director, they did chat about his other movies and as well as what makes him continually compelling…Read More →

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Prizefighting Kangaroo Episode 11: On the QT — Movies Directed by Quentin Tarantino
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Co-hosts Amy and Ashley put Quentin Tarantino under their microscope on this edition of Prizefighting Kangaroo. There’s a deep dive into the filmmaker and foot fetishist’s 2019 summer blockbuster, Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Though they didn’t actually cover the foot-loving aspect of the director, they did chat about his other movies and as well as what makes him continually compelling…Read More →

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In this latest installment of The Mortician’s Daughter, we talk about avoiding the summer heat (and resultant depression) here in the Sonoran Desert and about the paths to Sainthood, obviously. You might not see the initial correlation between these two ideas, but in fifteen minutes, I can draw the line. Yes, as any art historian can tell you, the road to sainthood is quite violent for those martyred for their faith…Read More →

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The Mortician’s Daughter 006: The Lives and Deaths of Saints
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In this latest installment of The Mortician’s Daughter, we talk about avoiding the summer heat (and resultant depression) here in the Sonoran Desert and about the paths to Sainthood, obviously. You might not see the initial correlation between these two ideas, but in fifteen minutes, I can draw the line. Yes, as any art historian can tell you, the road to sainthood is quite violent for those martyred for their faith.

In this episode, we discuss the lives (and deaths) of some Catholic Saints and consider some alternative options…Read More →

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For our fourth episode of Band Basics, we asked Mike Zimmerlich of 80/20 Records to join us in the studio. As the co-founder and President of 80/20, we talk shop on running a record label, submitting your music, contacting the press, plus a whole lot more. Hosted by Mark Anderson, catch this hour long conversation with Mike and (hopefully) learn a thing or two as they discuss a myriad of topics about being in the music business. Check out our interview with Mike below as well as his Spotify playlist that not only features the two songs we preview in this episode, but a bunch of bands both local and abroad…Read More →

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Band Basics Episode 04: Mike Zimmerlich
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For our fourth episode of Band Basics, we asked Mike Zimmerlich of 80/20 Records to join us in the studio. As the co-founder and President of 80/20, we talk shop on running a record label, submitting your music, contacting the press, plus a whole lot more. Hosted by Mark Anderson, catch this hour long conversation with Mike and (hopefully) learn a thing or two as they discuss a myriad of topics about being in the music business…Read More →

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In our continued celebration of directors in 2019, for this episode we’ve invited a guest — Phoenix-based journalist Tom Reardon — to join us to chat about one of his favorite directors, Whit Stillman. With only seven movies under his directorship, Stillman hasn’t been terribly prolific but he has managed to maintain a following and create opinions about his movies that often follow the lives of young, rich kids in NYC. Let’s just say not everyone in this convo holds the same level of fandom… of the director and of socialites…Read More →

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Prizefighting Kangaroo Episode 10: Whit’s Up! — Movies Directed by Whit Stillman
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In our continued celebration of directors in 2019, for this episode we’ve invited a guest — Phoenix-based journalist Tom Reardon — to join us to chat about one of his favorite directors, Whit Stillman. With only seven movies under his directorship, Stillman hasn’t been terribly prolific but he has managed to maintain a following and create opinions about his movies that often follow the lives of young, rich kids in NYC. Let’s just say not everyone in this convo holds the same level of fandom… of the director and of socialites…Read More →

Nietzsche and Eternal Recurrence

This time around, I’m here to briefly touch upon Nietzsche and Eternal Recurrence. Now, Friedrich Nietzsche presents such a large and looming figure — philosophically, culturally, and personally — that I feel we will be revisiting him and his work again in the months and years to come so, instead of getting too carried away right off the bat, I thought it might be best to narrow our focus and touch upon one of his more popular notions: Eternal Recurrence. We can save the Übermensch and Nazis and horse-whipping crazy-house for another day…Read More →

Nietzsche and Eternal Recurrence

The Mortician’s Daughter 005: Nietzsche and Eternal Recurrence
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This time around, I’m here to briefly touch upon Nietzsche and Eternal Recurrence. Now, Friedrich Nietzsche presents such a large and looming figure — philosophically, culturally, and personally — that I feel we will be revisiting him and his work again in the months and years to come so, instead of getting too carried away right off the bat, I thought it might be best to narrow our focus and touch upon one of his more popular notions: Eternal Recurrence. We can save the Übermensch and Nazis and horse-whipping crazy-house for another day…Read More →