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The Grit City Podcast
79 minutes | 6 days ago
Saturday Night Grit - Tacoma Can't Drive
On this Saturday Night Grit, the guys get together and discuss the recent I-5 mess, pickle beer, Brogans upcoming trips, and heading back to record at the Union Club next week. 01:46 – Jeff wishes everybody a Happy 8th of May, Brogan talks about what has been going on at Cosmic Bottles, and they talk about what they’re going to wear for their golf uniforms. Justin talks about what he wears under his kilt, the craziness of I-5 on Friday, and gives his review of the pickle beer Brogan gave him last weekend. He reflects on celebrating his birthday at Cosmic Bottles, Brogan shares some of the questions he had for Star Wars Trivia, and what has surprised him so far with his business. 19:15 – They jump into the Is It Tacoma game, Justin reveals the correct answer, and they talk about each of the articles. Scott talks about the great experience he and Brogan had with being part of the press at post Norwescons, they talk about future conventions they’d like to go to, and Brogan shares his plan to get his covid shot. 39:33 – They encourage Brogan to take a Smokey and the Bandit road trip, Scott explains what an over ripe beer is, and talks about his favorite fermented pickles. Justin jumps into Eating Out Tacoma, Brogan shares where he is planning to visit when he goes to Vegas, and they talk about homes for cheap in Italy. They chat on plans for Put Stuff, Scott gives an update on his truck, and Brogan talks about the birthday table at the shop. 58:26 – The guys talk about the first albums they got, Scott talks about first hearing Metallica, and listening to the Dr. Demento show when he was a kid. Justin reflects on the huge satellite dish at his grandmas house, Brogan talks about the summers he and Justin spent together when they were kids, and Scott and Jeff imagine what Brogan and Justin would be like if they drove truck together across the country. Justin talks about other jobs him and Brogan had thought of doing when they were younger, Scott shares his testosterone plans, and Justin share’s his excitement to start recording again at The Union Club.Sponsored By:Die Cut Stickers: Use the code GRITCITY15 at checkout and get 15% off your entire order! · Insanely custom stickers crafted to survive the PNW and beyond! Promo Code: GRITCITY15Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Reverse driver comes forward with harrowing story.Menu at The Bazaar by José Andrés Las Vegas Harbor City Restaurant Tacoma – Best Dim Sum — We would try our best to open Harbor City Tacoma as soon as possible and make announcement when we are ready.Dr. Demento on Wikipedia
67 minutes | 13 days ago
Saturday Night Grit - Brogan Vs Robo Brogan
All the guys get together to talk about Tacoma News, their return to Union Club May 15th, and GCP’s summer plans! 01:42 – Brogan and Justin discuss how Brogan is sitting on the floor, Brogan talks about how Cosmic Bottles is doing, and Justin talks about getting his second Covid shot. They discuss what they want to name the GCP hot dog, Justin talks about their upcoming golf plans, and shares Robo Brogan. He talks about the last time he ordered from Memo’s, they jump into Jeff's Capades where Jeff shares a recent food delivery experience, and how easy it is to prank people with a pizza delivery. 15:15 – Jeff talks about his conspiracy theory that would create chaos, his recent visit to his mom’s house, and Scott talks about his recent surprise gift. They talk about the type of truck they would buy, Justin talks about the first car he owned, and Brogan expresses how much he’s missed the guys lately. Justin dives into Tacoma news, they talk about the Governor setting counties back from phase 3, and Jeff talks about the earthquake in North Bend. 31:08 – Justin reflects on experiencing the 2001 Nisqually Valley earthquake, Brogan talks about setting up outdoor seating at Cosmic Bottles, and Scott shares why he couldn’t make it to Justins. They talk about their road trip plan to Buddy Boy Farm this summer, Justin talks about the show Sasquatch on Hulu, and Scott shares his view on the show Banshee. 45:16 – Brogan talks about the “therapist” duty that’s tied to being a bartender, stories from people that come to his bar, and the difference between running a bar and running a game store. Justin talks about not wanting to go back to Vegas, Brogan invites everyone to visit New Orleans with him, and they talk about their Boot-to-Boot plans. Justin share’s their plan to do put stuff at Parkland Putters, talks about trophies he plans to have for the event, and Brogan opens a challenge to the listeners. Sponsored By:Die Cut Stickers: Use the code GRITCITY15 at checkout and get 15% off your entire order! · Insanely custom stickers crafted to survive the PNW and beyond! Promo Code: GRITCITY15Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Tacoma PD MemeEarthquake PreparednessEarthquakes in North BendMemo's Mexican Food — Enjoy Our Authentic Mexican Cuisine. The best the Northwest has to offer!
90 minutes | 20 days ago
Saturday Night Grit - Port Townsend Trip
On this episode, Justin shares his recent trip to Port Townsend, they give updates on plans to return to the Union Club to record, Scott Topics, Jeff Capades, and much more!! 02:22 - Justin gives the team an update on the progress of his studio, they talk about their plans to start recording again at the Union Club, and Justin shares updates that have happened at the club. Scott expresses his excitement to start recording live again, they discuss the average lifespan of podcasts, and Justin talks about his recent trip he and his wife took to Port Townsend. He and Scott talk about their visit to Dusties before Covid, their birthday plans, and Justin talks about exploring a winery in Port Townsend. 22:45 - Justin talks about the drinks they enjoyed when eating out in Port Townsend, what the drink The Huntress has in it, and plans to get a bartender on. He challenges Scott to try new fruity drinks the next time they’re out, Scott reflects on the drinks he had back in high school, and Jeff shares what his favorite fruity drink is. They plan drink rounds the next time they’re out so each of them can share their favorite drinks with each other, what Brogan has going on at Cosmic, and Justin talks about the history of The Manrea Castle Hotel. 42:25 - Conversation turns to Scott Topics and the the crazy article he found about a man who put his head inside a particle accelerator while it was on, they discuss what would it take to get them to the point where they would be ok with putting their head in a particle accelerator, and Scott talks about his last story of the guy feeding crocodiles. They move into Jeff’s Capades, Jeff talks about the scariest thing that happened to him when dealing with alligators in Florida, and they talk about stories of the past where gators have taken children. 69:08 - Scott and Jeff give their guesses on what article is from Tacoma, Justin talks about how cool art is a staple in Tacoma, and Scott asks the guys if they’ve ever sliced a tire. They discuss how much someone could get for a finger on the black market, if you should file a claim with your insurance company if sex toys are stolen from your house, and Jeff brings up his new business idea and invites the guys to join him. They close out the episode talking about how Liquor To Go will be available for people in Washington through 2023!Sponsored By:Die Cut Stickers: Use the code GRITCITY15 at checkout and get 15% off your entire order! · Insanely custom stickers crafted to survive the PNW and beyond! Promo Code: GRITCITY15Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Union Club Tacoma — Tacoma's Premier Creative Community.The Manresa Castle Hotel in Port Townsend, Washington.DUSTY'S HIDEAWAY MENU Port Townsend Vineyards — Wine that inspires people and nourishes the soul.Blue Moose CafeThe Man Who Put His Head Inside A Particle Accelerator While It Was Switched On
74 minutes | a month ago
Saturday Night Grit - Jeff's Capades
This week the guys introduce two new bits for the show, discuss PNW’s beautiful weather, the haps in the news, and GCP’s summer plans! 00:32 – The show kicks off with the guys talking about the recent bobcat attack in the news, Jeff questions if he chose the right slogan for his Founders Mug, and Justin talks about this week’s 4/20 deals at Mary Mart. They talk about enjoying the beautiful weather, Justin talks about his adventures with fixing his lawnmower, and they kick off Scott Topics. 19:14 – Justin comments on their plan to check out Buddy Boy Farm in July, Scott talks about deer eating meat, and Justin shares his plan for a metal Disney princess band called Cannibal Bambi. He tells listeners where they can go to listen to GCP record live, Jeff plays the bobcat video, and Scott talks about Elon Musk buying out the houses in his neighborhood. He shares what he’s drinking, his least favorite day of the week, and Justin dives into the Jeff’s capades. 37:40 – Jeff ponders on if there’s a support group for people being cat fished, Justin poses a question to the group on if they think in pictures or in a stream of consciousness, and they talk about the weird shows that Fox had back in the day. Justin talks about his internal jukebox, jumps into Is It Tacoma, and talks about growing up on Dukes of Hazard. 58:44 – Jeff shares the video of the driver that jumps a draw bridge in Daytona Beach, they talk of Too Booty Too Furious plans, and plans for making a Tour Washington episode. Justin talks about putt-putt courses in the area, plans to put together a putt-putt league, and the competition behind bowling. They close out the show talking about Jeff’s newest GCP part and Jeff talks about his upcoming designs.Sponsored By:Die Cut Stickers: Use the code GRITCITY15 at checkout and get 15% off your entire order! · Insanely custom stickers crafted to survive the PNW and beyond! Promo Code: GRITCITY15Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:N.C. man throws rabid bobcat after it attacks wife in wild videoMary Mart Dispensary DealsMIT Scientists Create Eerie Music By Turning Spider Webs Into Virtual InstrumentWoman hurt after reckless driver sends big red ball rolling outside Tacoma Target store.Driver jumps Daytona Beach drawbridgeParkland Putters on Facebook
48 minutes | a month ago
Sunday Morning Bit Ideas
This week Scott, Jeff, Justin get together to try out new bits, discuss new happening places coming to Tacoma, and recent news in Tacoma. 00:31 – Scott and Jeff give props to Justin for his intro bit, Jeff talks about his road trip to visit family, and the Jager bombs he’s been enjoying while there. Justin dives into the podcast’s latest bit “Is It Tacoma”, he reads off three headlines, and Scott and Jeff discuss which of the articles are from the area. Scott and Jeff make their first guess and Justin shares which of the headlines is actually from Tacoma. 11:15 – They talk about where the new business Jack + Adeline are opening in Tacoma, Jeff expresses his appreciation of the new bit, and Justin talks about the Tacoma community coming together to save Bob’s Java Jives. Jeff talks about what makes the tea pot special, reflects on how the tea pot was a necessity back in the 50’s and 60’s, and Justin talks about Washington rules around what marijuana stores are allowed to do for advertising. Scott talks about other states that have legalized cannabis and Justin shares a recent article he found in Tacoma News Tribune on a recent marijuana DUI and what the guy had in his possession. 23:15 – Jeff talks on a Smokey and Bandit reboot “Stoney and The Bandit”, Justin shares his new bit idea “Scott Topics”, and Scott talks about recent physics findings. Jeff talks about a recent YouTube video he watched on shankings in prison and Scott explains a recent article he read where the author philosophically proves we’re in a simulation. 35:05 – They discuss if they won the lottery what they would take: the lump sum or an annuity, the fun of pull tabs, and Justin expresses how Scott is the gifted one when it comes to gambling. Jeff talks about how his mom is the “Slot Machine Whisperer”, Scott talks about the biggest jackpot he ever paid while working in gaming, and they close out the episode talking about another GCP great bit covering “Tacompton Files”. Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Jack + Adeline Coming to Pierce County — Jack + Adeline, a bakery and woodworking studio, coming to downtown Tacoma! Infinite Soups on Facebook — American Restaurant in Tacoma.Bob's Java Jive will survive — Thanks to an outpouring of support, Bob's Java Jive will survive pandemic!Driver busted with 20 pounds of illegal edibles — ‘Double Stuf Stoneo,’ other illegally packaged edibles found during stop, WA cops say.Tacompton Files on Facebook — This page was created to share crime info for the Tacoma area. If you have something to post that is relevant, please do so. Especially camera footage.Tacoma Stories
93 minutes | a month ago
Saturday Night Grit - The Harbor
On this episode Justin, Scott, and Jeff talk about what they’ve been up to lately, local haps around Tacoma, and Brogan joins the conversation towards the end of the show. Special guest James reads his first GCP Blog at the end of the episode, The Harbor. 01:58 – The guys reflect on the past week’s episode, Justin gives props to Buddy Boy Farms, and talks about getting his first Covid shot. He talks about his hopes for getting together with friends this year, how listeners can tune into GCP live, and how PNW traffic has been picking up lately. Scott talks about the new bus lines that have opened in Seattle, Jeff questions whether that is going to last, and they talk about the uptick in Covid cases. Jeff talks about the dark energies on the land we live on, Justin gives a shout out to their listener James, and his blog The Harbor. 24:58 – Justin talks about the amazing food he got while visiting Sig Brewing, how Dirty Oscars is doing during Covid, and Jeff talks about where he has been out to eat lately. He talks about pressure washing his house, Justin talks about Jeff raging about his neighbors calling him out on his music being too loud, and Scott reflects on listening to himself raging on past episodes. Jeff shares the newest idea on GCP t-shirts, Justin tells listeners where they can send pictures of their pets, and the plans for GCP to attend PNW conventions. 45:57 – They reflect on their past Norwescon visits, how much they miss the parties that happen during the convention, and Jeff talks about the reboot movie of Electra Woman and Dyna Girl. He shares how he is working the Virtual Reality kinks out , Justin talks about The Tacoma Smelter Plume project, and they throw out ideas of other people they could have on the podcast. Justin shares the article from Tacoma News Tribune on Russell Wilson, talks about The Queen’s Gambit, and how he got started with Magic Cards. 69:06 – Justin brings up the Satanic Panic, they make plans to go on haunted tours, and Justin shares where he and his wife will be going for their anniversary. He and Scott talk about their plans to visit the Clown Motel in Tonopah, Scott talks about places he has stayed around Nevada, and Brogan jumps in to talking about how everything has been since the recent opening of Cosmic Bottles. The show closes out with their friend James reading his blog “The Harbor”.Sponsored By:Die Cut Stickers: Use the code GRITCITY15 at checkout and get 15% off your entire order! · Insanely custom stickers crafted to survive the PNW and beyond! Promo Code: GRITCITY15Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Tacoma Smelter — For almost 100 years, the Asarco Company operated a copper smelter in Tacoma. Sig Brewing Company — FERMENTATION | FOOD | PASSIONRussell Wilson, Seahawks begin girls flag-football in Tacoma | Tacoma News Tribune — Russell Wilson, Seahawks start state’s 1st high school girls flag-football league in TacomaManresa Castle, Port Townsend, Washington — There are reports that hotel rooms 302, 304 and 306 are frequented by two resident ghosts. Russian River Brewing - Award Winning Beers in the Bay Area — Russian River Brewing Company was established in 1997 by Korbel Champagne Cellars among the majestic redwoods in West Sonoma County.
54 minutes | 2 months ago
Buddy Boy Farm
This episode was another great one that they were lucky enough to be able to record in person!! They were joined by DJ, Co-Owner, and Galadriel, General Manager, of Buddy Boy Farm. Buddy Boy Farm, located in Eastern Washington, got started in 2013 producing cannabis. The owners of the farm have 40 years of certified organic farming under their belt and use the most natural & organic methods of growing their numerous strains. Their growmasters constantly work toward nourishing & creating the cleanest, finest buds on the planet for their customers. To find out more about where to find Buddy Boy products at a retailer near you, information on touring the farm, or just want to stop by and say hi, check out their website: https://buddyboyfarm.com/. 00:21 – The show kicks off discussing when to use the term “Over” to indicate the end of a conversation, the opening of Brogan’s shop, and GCP’s new offer for Patriots. DJ discusses when Bunny Boy Farms got into the cannabis game, they talk about the different laws tied to growing, Galadriel shares what they produce, and where the business is located. DJ talks about when they got their license, the facilities that they’ve built so far, and how having the background in farming played a key role in the success of Buddy Boy. 13:15 – Jeff talks about using cannabis for the first time, their first trip to Mary Mart, and Galadriel talks about her mind shift in perspective on marijuana after doing marketing for the company. Justin reflects on the episode they had with Jeffs mom and the discussion of marijuana, Galadriel talks about how each of the stores they sell to are different, and the benefit of her and DJ going together to market their products to retail stores. She talks about the value of having amazing people that help out on the farm and where people can find retailers that sell their product. 26:54 – Justin talks about the comeback of vinyl records, Scott and Justin talk about their summer trip plans, and Galadriel and DJ discuss the types of strains The Buddy Boy offers. Jeff shares Clownvis with the guests, Galadriel talks about their preferred CBD for backpain, and the hurdle it is to break in to selling lotions. Jeff talks about the benefits he finds with using cannabis, Galadriel talks about the benefits it has on anxiety, and Justin talks about the help doing the podcast has on his own anxiety. 40:24 – Jeff shares the Friday Night Bowl, Justin talks about the listener love their last episode was getting, and thanks Galadriel and DJ for joining them to talk about their businesses. They talk about the challenges with delivering to places close to the state border, Justin reflects on when he was in Camden, NJ, and Galadriel invites the guys to visit them in July for a tour in addition to enjoying their blueberry wine. Thanks Galadriel and DJ for the great conversation on information on Buddy Boy Farm. Looking forward to the next time you’re on!Special Guest: Buddy Boy Farm.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Buddy Boy Farm on Facebook — Welcome to our beautiful farm that we call home.Buddy Boy Farm (@buddyboyfarm) on Instagram — Must be 21+ to follow & enjoy.Clownvis Presley on GCP — The king of clowns, Clownvis, is in the house!! The Buddy Boy Story — Buddy Boy has a habit of using the most natural & organic methods of growing our numerous strains. GCP - FAIRWINDS Cannabis Episode — This week Steve from Fairwinds joins the guys and they also have a special guest from Yakima who joins the conversation: Jeff’s Mom!
54 minutes | 2 months ago
Olowo-n'djo Tchala - Founder and CEO of The Alaffia Foundation
On this episode, the guys talk to Olowo-n'djo Tchala, founder & CEO of The Alaffia Foundation, (TAF). TAF is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to empower African communities through the advancement of Fair Trade, education, sustainable living and gender equality. They execute their Alaffia Empowerment Projects in Togo, West Africa that support Fair Trade producer communities. TAF provides a platform for individuals and organizations around the world to partner with Alaffia, by sharing resources, skills, time and money. This public support is critical to Alaffia impacting more lives in Togo. Empowerment Projects are Alaffia’s mission in action, funded by the sale of their products. Targeted development ensures basic needs are met for a dignified life. This allows Togolese communities to provide their skills and knowledge to the rest of the world and rise out of poverty. 01:21 – Justin shares how listeners can find GCP online, Olowo-n'djo talks about how often he gets to go back home to Togo, and talks about where he grew up in Togo. He discusses when he began to understand ways he could help uplift the African people, what life was like for him as a child in Togo, and explains how that experience has drove him to do what he is doing today. He talks about how TAF came to be, how the creation of the products was a way for them to generate money to support their mission, and how their business not only helped with creating jobs in Africa, it also created jobs locally as well. 13:13 - Olowo-n'djo talks about how he ended up in Olympia, where the name of the company came from, and the real meaning of Alaffia. He talks about what some of the difficulties are in getting out of poverty, the guiding principles of the organization, and the importance of us to see the world as one community. He talks about the importance of having to do multiple things to make an impact on poverty, the reasoning behind planting 90,000 trees, and how deforestation is contributing to starvation. 25:52 - Olowo-n'djo shares that 1 of 16 women in Togo have a chance to loose their life in giving birth, the impact that has on the children they leave behind, and discusses the schools that Alaffia has built. He talks about the other project of donating bicycles Togo, the impact that has on preventing children from dropping out school, and the amount of human trafficking that is happens in Togo. He talks about the importance of family and culture to him, how the company blew up in 2018, and the organizations intent to make their products accessible and affordable to all American communities. 39:08 – Olowo-n'djo talks about the want to give everyone the ability to give in the world, the fact that changes can be made by things as simple as being mindful about what you purchase, and what he does to relax and have fun. He talks about exercising daily being important to him and that though he knows Alaffia has made a huge stride on removing poverty, he always feels like there is more to do. The guys closedown the show reflecting on the amazing conversation. Thank you Olowo-n'djo for joining the podcast and sharing the awesome things TAF is doing!Special Guest: Olowo-n'djo Tchala.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Alaffia — A movement for change.Alaffia (@alaffia) on Instagram — Clean, plant-based & fair trade beautyAlaffia on Facebook — We're cultivating beauty, equality, and empowerment in West Africa. Alaffia aims to alleviate poverty and advance gender equality through the Certified Fair Trade of indigenous resources and community empowerment initiatives.Alaffia (@AlaffiaSkinCare) on Twitter — Our mission: Alleviate poverty & gender inequality in West Africa thru fair trade of sustainable resources, indigenous knowledge & social investment
63 minutes | 2 months ago
Saturday Night Grit - Brogan's Bathroom Troubles
They sit down for another GCP Saturday Night Grit and talk sandwiches, Phase 3, the recent break in at one of the major Tacoma Food Banks, and much more. 02:12 – The show kicks off conversing about Brogan’s pain and suffering from the tacos he enjoyed the night before, shares when Cosmic Bottles will be opening, and they break into sandwich chat 2.0. Justin gives his review of his Reuben Pizza, Brogan shares what his favorite sandwich is, and Scott chimes in with his as well. They discuss why the price at Jack In The Box has jumped, Scott talks about his favorite local fermenting place, and Jeff share’s info on his signature brine. 15:55 – Jeff talks about his first experience watching VR porn, they celebrate Pierce County going to Phase 3 starting March 22nd, and Justin shares what Phase 3 means for sports fans. Scott suggests they rent a movie theater soon, they talk about what’s coming up soon for the Patrons, and they discuss their $1 Patreon tier. They talk about what listeners have done with GCP art, the bad impressions they’ve made on Jeff, and discuss the recent break in at the Tacoma Food Bank. 31:20 – They talk about the different business opportunities that have come from Covid, Justin talks about places that have closed because of it, and Brogan changes up his sandwich choice. Jeff talks about the great Pho places in Seattle, they reflect on their bummer birthdays of 2020, and Scott share’s the great breakfast pizza he had earlier. 46:24 – Justin talks about the squares on the Tacompton Files Bingo game, Jeff talks about what’s shared on the Next Door Neighbor app in his area, and what the mating call is of the PNW pot smokers. They talk about where they’ve been lately other than work, Scott talks about places he’s ate out at lately, and encourages Justin to French Toast his pizza leftovers. Justin finishes out the episode sharing the GCP benefits Patreon subscribers get for supporting the podcast and they plan the next Boot To Boot.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:OlyKraut — Local. Fermented. Delicious.St Leo's Food Connection Website — Connecting food, connecting peopleBreak-in, theft lead to temporary closure of Tacoma food bank — Break-in at Tacoma food bank means hungry families and no lunches for school kidsWindy City PieTacompton Files on Facebook — This page was created to share crime info for the Tacoma area. How to French Toast Leftover Pizza
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Saturday Night Grit - Sandwich Talk
This time Jeff, Justin, and Scott talk on travel, new brewery’s opening, and their favorite sandwich. 00:18 – Show kicks off with conversation about Justin’s home defense system, Justin gives an update on where Brogan is at with Cosmic Bottles, and talks about the first time he went to Denver. They make plans to go camping, Scott talks about his favorite things to do when camping, and Jeff gives travel trips for those going to Florida. Justin reflects on his trip to Orlando, Jeff talks about the Salvador Dali Museum, and the types of art that is there. 15:01 – Justin gives a shout out to Mary Mart, Scott shares that Dunagan’s Irish Pub and Brewery is opening in Gig Harbor this spring, and they feature a Pickle Review by Scott. They make plans for doing a hot dog blog, Justin talks about his hate as a child of sauerkraut, and his love for Ruben. Jeff expresses his love for the club sandwich, Justin shares what is essential on a Ruben sandwich, and where he’s had the best Ruben. 30:47 – Jeff talks about what to him makes a good club sandwich, the best place to get a Grilled Cheese sandwich, and explains what Wizard Con is. They talk about looking through comic book price guides back in the day, Jeff talks about winning a writers contest when he wrote a script for a comic book. Justin reflects on going to the art institute for a year, Scott talks about what he has been drinking lately, and they reflect on the crazy 2020 year. 44:53 – Jeff shares how The Union Club has recently updated, they talk about Covid vaccines, and Justin officially makes Lemmy GCP’s pet. Scott talks about the recent amazing sandwich he had at 2 Doors Down in Seattle, the restaurant’s great beers to go, and how he appreciates having a beer before taking the train home. He talks about how enjoys finding great places to eat, Justin suggests a new GCP advertisement, and they close the show out talking about what they have going on in the upcoming weeks.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Salvador Dalí MuseumDunagan Irish Pub & Brewery opening in Gig HarborDunagan Brewing — All active military, police officers, and fire department- will recieve our appreciation as well as a %5 discount with ID. Thank you! Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana! Market Grocery & Deli in SeattleMSM DeliThe Grilled Cheese Grill — Come by for a taste of your childhood. (Unless your childhood sucked, and then we'll let ya have a taste of ours.)Wizard World — We’ve got some of the most exciting events you’ll find anywhere with your favorite characters.2 Doors Down — Two Doors Down originally opened in September 2015 and is owned by Erin Nestor and Rebecca Denk, who also own The BottleNeck Lounge.
73 minutes | 3 months ago
The guys get a chance to sit down in person at Cosmic Bottles. They discuss the haps of the shop, when Brogan is planning to open, and Scott’s adventures in Seattle. 02:53 – Brogan talks about his gathering friends for a Cosmic Bottles Put Together Party, the length of time it takes to setup a beer store, and when the location will be ready to go. He shares the cool things that he’s learned during the building process, Justin talks about the restaurant that is going in place of the old Hooters in Tacoma, and gives a shout out to Dine Pierce County. 18:15 – Brogan talks about the hassle tied to doing the change of occupancy that was required for his business, the blood pressure medicines he’s on, and when he’s planning to open shop. He explains what a beer infuser is, what he plans to do for St Patrick’s Day, and talks about the beers they’re enjoying. They brainstorm on the idea of becoming beer hunters, the importance of having a stray dog on the show, and Scott talks about the Homeless Hunter. 36:22 – Brogan and Scott reflect on their camping trip this past summer, Scott recommends that they all attend a Mexican Rodeo, and Brogan explains what a gringo plate is. Scott reflects on picking pine nuts as a kid, swapping beer for pine nuts, and Brogan talks about other businesses he’s discovered near his shop. He talks about how quickly Covington is growing and Justin expresses his excitement for when the place opens. 56:56 – Brogan explains the different kegs sizes, Scott talks about bus adventures in Seattle, and Justin shares where people can find out more about Cosmic Bottles. They discuss what they’re going to be doing with GCP’s new domain name, plans for future guests, and joke currencies that are out there. Brogan closes out the show discussing the fart treaty at his house. Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:13 CoinsDine Pierce Countybarre3 Cosmic Bottles on FacebookCosmic Bottles
114 minutes | 3 months ago
April Sanders and Jennifer English, owners of SPUN Clay Arts Studio and Gallery in Tacoma sit down with the guys, virtually, for another great conversation. They joined GCP pre GCP re-boot, so for those wanting to hear that episode, check out our Patreon! SPUN was created in a garage over cocktails, a pottery wheel, and a notepad. It’s grown to being a place where people can get encouragement in an environment where they feel comfortable, surrounded by music and local artists in ripped jeans, band t-shirts and beer. Covid-19 has thrown a curve ball in how they do business, but they are still offering services for drop-off and pick-up and are excited to be extending studio hours from 10 – 4 starting March 6th. They plan to follow that up with a phase in of private lessons and eventually the same class settings they were offering before. Make sure to watch their social media for updates! 00:14 – Show kicks off with reflection on the last time April and Jen joined the show, Jen shares the type of classes SPUN offers, and how the business got started. April shares how they went through the Spaceworks program when starting up SPUN, what they’ve been doing to keep the business going during Covid, and Justin talks about his trip to Enumclaw. Scott shares the drink he’s enjoying, April talks about what people can make there, and the different things people have made in the shop. 27:55 - April talks about SPUN teaming up with the Neighborhood Plant Project, the things they’ve been most thankful for lately, and Jen reflects on interns they’ve had over the years. Jen talks about when April broke her leg, Scott shares the story about when he broke his knee during GCP’s Boot to Boot, and him and April talk about how much they now appreciate showers. They give their thoughts on the return on the 90’s, Jennifer talks about growing up in Auburn, and gives her opinion on The Incredible Universe. 60:53 – Justin talks about his camping trip over the past summer, they talk about floating in the tank, and Justin talks about people recently doing home flipping in his neighborhood. They talk about the rising housing cost in the PNW, Justin expresses how much he’s looking forward to when he can have people over to his house again, and Scott shares how relaxing it is for him to watch pottery videos on YouTube. 95:19 – Jen talks about the importance of doing a check up on your friends, Justin shares where people can find SPUN Tacoma online, and Jen talks about her and Aprils trip to Las Vegas in the 90’s where they stayed at Circus Circus. Scott talks about his experience in a Nevada brothel, they talk about the drink that makes them each sick, and close out this episode talking about times they get black out drunk. Thanks April and Jen for joining the guys for a great conversation and update on how SPUN is doing.Special Guest: SPUN.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:The Historic Mint Restaurant and Alehouse — The Historic Mint Restaurant & Alehouse was established in 1906 and re-opened in August 2013.SPUN Clay Arts Studio & Gallery — Due to coronavirus (COVID-19), we've made changes to some of our policies, which may affect the services we provide.SPUN Clay Arts Studio & Gallery Online
88 minutes | 3 months ago
Talking UFOs with Dan Nims, MUFON Investigator.
This time GCP is joined by special guest Dan Nims, the chief investigator for the Washington chapter of MUFON. Dan is retired from the US Air Force (thank you for your service) where he started his career as a fighter pilot and test pilot, followed by advancing to Director of Test for the F-22 program and finally Director of Test Resources. He spent his initial retirement years as a small businessman in Walla Walla and is now re-retired. He has been a member of MUFON since 2017 and Chief Investigator since 2018. He handles on average 200 reported UFO cases per year. MUFON is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 charitable corporation and the world's oldest and largest civilian UFO investigation & research organization. Their goal is to be the inquisitive minds' refuge seeking answers to that most ancient question, "Are we alone in the universe?" The Washington Chapter hosts a monthly lecture series on Zoom where anyone can ask questions and hear how MUFON of Washington State handles UFO cases. 00:01 – The guys give their condolences to Kris Brannon’s, “The Sonics Guy”, family, Dan explains what MUFON is, and how it got started. He talks about MUFON’s three primary functions, what is involved with a MUFON investigation, and ways they gather information outside of a witness’s statement. He shares what his favorite investigation was, the amount of cases that are reported yearly to MUFON, and how he got started with the organization. 21:29 – Dan talks about the first Man in Black sighting that was actually here is Washington, shares that the MUFON Symposium’s are open to the public, and info on the one scheduled for 2021 in Las Vegas. He talks about the advantages and disadvantages of UFO events being held virtually due to Covid, his most unbelievable investigation that ended up as a hoax, and dives deeper into how MUFON is funded. 43:06 – Dan talks about meeting Bob Lazar at a UFO conference, the most frustrating aspects of investigations, and shares the Pink Ring story. He tells the story of the donut UFO that happened over the summer of 2020, reflects on the night testing he did as a test pilot in the Air Force, and gives Brogan a suggestion for a classic UFO pic to hang in his business. Dan talks about one of his recent fun cases and where he feels Washington is in terms of number of UFS sightings. 69:38 – Dan talks about where high numbers of UFO sightings have happened around the country, why the government has a great interest in UFO’s, and the most interesting things that’s happened recently in the UFO world. He shares where people can find more information about MUFON online, webinars they hold monthly, and how people can get involved. They close the show out talking about what to discuss the next time Dan’s in and listener cnote sharing his own UFO experience. Thanks Dan for taking the time out of your day for an informative conversation on MUFON and UFO's!Special Guest: Dan Nims.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Loss of Kris Brannon, aka ‘Sonics Guy' - Seattle Times — The loss of Kris Brannon, aka ‘Sonics Guy,’ leaves big hole in Seattle sports fandom.MUFON Webstie — MUFON® is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)3 charitable corporation and the world's oldest and largest civilian UFO investigation & research organization. Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers on Netflix — Decades ago, Bob Lazar blew the whistle on Area 51. Now he’s back to explain the alien tech he worked with, and the government's war to shut him up.Official WA State MUFON — Join MUFON of Washington State's February Lecture: 'Making Contact' With Rob Freeman, The UFO World Explorer.#grit-city-podcast on Discord — General open channel for Grit City Podcast related conversation. Fans, crew, guests! Everyone is invited.
93 minutes | 3 months ago
Celebrating 3 Years
On this episode, the guys celebrate GCP’s 3-year anniversary!! They give shout out’s, talk about the latest haps in the area, and reflect on the past 3 years. 02:42 – The guys introduce themselves, Justin shares what he’s learned recently on TikTok, and the types of TikTok he’s tuned into. They discuss how it’s different from Instagram, Brogan talks about standing up to racism, and gives an update on how the business is coming along. He shares where people can find pictures on how Cosmic Bottles is coming along, Justin gives a shout out to GCP’s friend Ken Carlson, and Brogan talks about the types of cider that he’ll have at the shop. 21:18 – Brogan talks about the updates that are happening at Owen’s Beach, Justin reflects on changes that have happened in University District over the years, and they talk about their love of Tacoma’s 5-mile drive. Scotts shares how Biloxi, Mississippi beach is a fake beach, Justin talks about Tacoma’s other improvements, and Jeff shows the guys the tribute to GCP’s slide show he put together. 47:12 – Justin talks about shaving lately, they encourage Brogan to run for city council, and Brogan encourages Justin to stop shaving. Jeff reflects on when his mom joined the podcast, Brogan and Scott talk about the episodes they did in Reno, and they share episode 23 when Bill Baker joined them. They each talk about episodes that stuck out to them over the years, gives props to Destiny City Comics next to Kings Books, and reflect on the Streetball Supe episode. 68:28 – They talk about the episode with the producer of Once Upon a Superhero, their Boot To Boot event, and Justin suggests listeners to donate to Real Art Tacoma. Scott and Jeff reflect on riding the train together, Brogan talks about his struggles with branding vendors he’s been dealing with, and they close out opening up to the listeners to join the conversation. Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Hellbound Slant 6 #1 by Ken Carlson — KickstarterTacoma redesigning popular beach using climate change projections on king5.com — Climate change projections of sea level rise is one reason Tacoma is making major changes to Owen Beach at Point Defiance Park.Streetball Supe's visit with GCPFive Mile Drive and Trails
72 minutes | 4 months ago
The Hutch Returns
Chase Hutchinson, reporter for the Tacoma News Tribune, contributor at The Stanger, and a member of the Washington News Guild, joins the guys for another great conversation on news in the PNW. Chase was also on episode 135 of the GCP podcast. 02:16 – Justin reflects on their recording the night before for GCP’s Patrons, what brought them to hangover Sunday, and other things GCP offers their patrons. Chase talks about what he’s been doing with the Stranger, what has stood out to him so far during Sun Dance Weekend, and gives praise to those that put together the virtual experience of the festival this year. They talk about King County entering Phase 2, Chase share’s how long he’s been with the Tribune, and some of the local stories that have interested him during 2020. 18:31 – Chase talks about covering the recent incidents that have happened in Tacoma that has hit national news, gives a shout out to those involved with him on the story, and Justin talks about key things that he’s been paying attention to in local media. Scott mentions the difference between the national and local news coverage of the event, Chase talks about an issue he had while capturing what was going on, and the general feel he got from the people present at the protest. 36:02 – Jeff talks about how much watching movies with a VR headset has changed his movie experience, screen parties that are available, and Justin gives his review of watching movies in 4DX. Each reflect on movies they’ve watched where the theater added to their experience, Justin talks on his plans to rent out The Weird Elephant, and his favorite theater experience. 55:46 – Justin gives his review on the locally made movie The Stakeout, reflects on living in Roy, and shares with listeners where they can find Chase online. He gives an update from a past guest Steven on ZEVA Aero, Scott talks about the grant Zeva was awarded, and Justin gives another shout out to Ken Carlson and his Kick Starter account for his Hellbound Slant 6 comic book. Thanks Chase for an update on the haps around Tacoma!Special Guest: Chase Hutchinson.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:WA State NewsGuild (@WaNewsGuild) on Twitter — We are the journalists of @thenewstribune, @theolympian, @BhamHerald, & the @TriCityHerald. Chase "Hutch" Hutchinson (@EclecticHutch) on Twitter — Reporter @thenewstribune/@pengateway. Member of @WaNewsGuild. More words in @TheStranger.Sundance Film Festival — In 2021, we will offer an online platform featuring seven days of premieres, events, artist talks, and cutting-edge XR exhibitions. Current COVID-19 Guidance and Restrictions - King County — King County is in Phase 2 of the state's Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan. Effective Feb. 1, 2021.Weird ElephantZEVA AERO - zero-emissions Electric Vertical AircraftMajor's Restaurant in Yakima
65 minutes | 4 months ago
Saturday Night Grit - Paranormal Talk
On this Saturday Night Grit episode, the conversation spans a wide range of topics from Oklahoma’s Big Foot bill, The Stakeout, to the haps in Tacoma. 00:05 – Show kicks off with conversation around the variety of wild game meat each have tried, Justin talks about the recent news on Oklahoma’s new Big Foot bill, and Scott brings up the Missing 411 Documentary. They plan their next road trip, Jeff poses a question out to the Oklahoma listeners, and Justin ponders on how much he would pay for a Big foot tag. Justin talks about the Tonopah Clown Motel, they look up where Tonopah is located, and Justin talks about his first road trip to Vegas. 16:50 – Scott reflects on his past road trips to New Orleans, they plan their route to Tonopah, and discuss ides of perks they can offer their Patreon subscribers. Justin talks about Jeff’s new t-shirt designs, they give their reviews of the recent vampire hunter movie they all watched, Stakeout, and plan for a watch party with the director. 31:43 – Brogan talks about time killing things he’s done during Covid, Justin talks about Tacoma’s plans to renovate Owen beach, and the Five Mile Drive being the most haunted road in Tacoma. Scott shares the story of the guy that injected mushrooms in his own blood, Justin invites their friend Ken onto the podcast, and Brogan talks about his recent beer. Scott talks about the recent mead beer he’s tried, they talk about the different hash strains they enjoy, and Brogan gives an update on Cosmic Bottles. 48:52 – Justin shares his new show segment, they talk about the Light Rail extension progress in Tacoma, and places around the area they’ve been eating at. Brogan and Justin reflect on the Magic Tournaments they attended back in the day, Justin talks about other nerd things they have done, and Brogan wishes that he still had the Bitcoins he purchased back in the day. They close out the show talking about where Emilio Estevez has been up to and Clownvis Presley robot wrestling on his show. Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Oklahoma lawmaker files bill for Bigfoot hunting season KRQE News 13 — Oklahoma lawmaker files bill for Bigfoot hunting seasonYouTube - Missing 411Stakeout on IMDbFive Mile Drive Is The Most Haunted Road In Washington — One Of The Most Haunted Roads In Washington, Five Mile Drive Has Had A Ghost For 34 YearsTacoma Among ‘Most Generous U.S. Cities of 2020’ - South Sound Business — Tacoma is among the top 10 most generous cities in the United States, according to a recent report by outdoor services provider LawnStarter.A man injected himself with 'magic' mushrooms and the fungi grew in his blood, which put him into organ failure
86 minutes | 4 months ago
GCFU: Streetbeefs Scrapyard 2
Steve “Firechicken“ Hagara, founder of Streetbeefs Scrapyard, joins the guys for a second time to catch them up on what he’s been doing and upcoming matches. Streetbeefs Scrapyard is the Pacific Northwest backyard fight organization located in Gig Harbor. It’s a branch of the largest backyard fight group in the USA, Streetbeefs, created in 2008. Steve brought Streetbeefs concept “Guns Down, Gloves up!” to the PNW in 2020. To hear more conversation with Steve, tune into episode 132. 01:39 – Brogan expresses his frustration of the day, Steve shares what he’s been up to since he last visited with them, and answers the question around AstroTurf as the ring flooring. He explains the different types of AstroTurf that’s out there, the benefits of using it, and the things that have changed over the past couple months. He shares when the next event will be coming up, the number of fights that will be happening, and the professional camera crew that has joined his team. 22:03 – Firechicken talks about being into weightlifting at the beginning of his fighting career, the limitations to having an extensive amount of muscle when fighting, and Scott expresses the want to have Pookie on the podcast. Firechicken tells the back story behind Streetbeefs, how he got involved with them, and Scott expresses his appreciation for being able to watch Streetbeefs and Streetbeefs Scrapyard grow over time. Firechicken discusses where he would like to take the club, the importance of giving fighters time to share “who they are” before their fight, and the benefit of video’s like Concrete Breakdowns. 46:04 – Steve talks about the risk behind the fight, matching up beginner fighters with other first-time fighters, and how humbling fighting can be for the involved. He talks about the amount of thought that goes into matching fighters up, the GCP guys thank him for stopping by, and the plans for bubble suits so they can finally meet in person. Justin talks about Brogan and him taking Tiquando as kids, they continue their conversation from the last episode on Cobra Kia, and Justin talks about his recent visit to It’s Greek to Me in Tacoma. 63:45 – Scott talks about the grilled cheese sandwiches he gets from Burbs Burgers in Seattle, Justin gives a shout out to Tacoma Tool Library from their friend Derek, and his next home project. Scott talks about shutting off his Facebook, how that’s impacted him, and Justin talks about bustin out the good old Game Boy. He shares his plans to eventually get a stand-up arcade game, Scott talks about how he mises hanging out with the guys, and the show closes down with them opening the conversation up to the listeners. Thanks Steve for taking the time to stop in and update the GCP guys on what’s been going on with Streetbeefs Scrapyard!Special Guest: Steve Hagara.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:ARMAN HAMMER vs GOLDEN HANDS - YouTubePete Souphasith (@psoup206) on Instagram — Streetbeefs Scrapyard's new camera crew!Streetbeefs Scrapyard on Facebook — We are a Pacific Northwest backyard fight organization located in Gig Harbor.Street Beefs Documentary by Jynx Productions — Easily one of the best characters and all-around good humans we have ever worked with, this documentary follows Chris “Scarface” Wilmore.SCARFACE From StreetBeefs Fighter Breakdown and Analysis — StreetBeefs Fighter Breakdown and AnalysisSTREETBEEFS SCRAPYARD on YouTube — Streetbeefs Scrapyard main YouTube Page.It's Greek To MeBurbs for the peopleChung Chun Rice Dog Chain Will Open Its First Seattle Location Soon — Massive Korean Rice Corndog Chain Will Open Its First Seattle Location Soon!
54 minutes | 4 months ago
Saturday Night Grit - Johnny's
This time the GCP guys sit down to converse on Johnny’s at Fife, how their 2021 is going so far, the lady in New York that lost her phone, and much more! 01:50 – Justin shares how listeners can tune into old episodes, they reflect on their New Years Eve recording, and what each of them have been up to this week. Justin gives a shout out to Kwabi, talks about what Kwabi’s been up to with the Peace Bus, and encourages listeners to join the guys on Discord. Brogan shares something he’s recently discovered about himself, they discuss plans for their next t-shirt, and Justin dives into coaster questions. 13:32 – Justin shares the story of Johnny’s at Fife, they each talk about what they’re drinking, and Brogan talks about his newest hot dog creations. Jeff suggests a place Brogan should check out for new hot dog ideas, Scott share’s what his first legal drink was when he turned 21, and Brogan and Jeff reflect on where Brogan’s first legal drink was at. They discuss how they each feel about Cobra Kai, Scott talks about getting caught up with Game of Thrones, and Justin talks about his new adventures with his Apple Watch. 29:10 – Brogan talks about his newest fitness embarkment, Justin talks about getting inspired to work out, and they discuss Streetbeefs Scrapyard’s upcoming plans happening later this month. The talk about Streetbeefs recent improvements to the ring, current Covid vaccine conspiracies, and Jeff talks about the first legal drink his son had in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 40:07 – They discuss SoHo Karen, Jeff talks about how he thinks he’ll be checking out of the game of life, and Justin reflects on his memories of brothels between Reno and Las Vegas. Scott talks about slot machines in various businesses through Nevada, they talk about their recent dental and doctor visits, and Justin share’s Washingtonians favorite chicken fast food place. The show closes down with Brogan talking about Justin’s love language. Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:The Peace BusThe Peace Bus with Kwabi (@thepeacebus) on Instagram photos — Official Instagram of The Peace BusThe Story of Johnnys At Fife — Join us at Johnny's at Fife, where we have been serving local favorites to the Tacoma area since 1968!Big Dog's - Food Truck - Monroe, Washington
133 minutes | 4 months ago
New Years Eve 2020 Hootenanny
This time the crew gets together to say good-bye to 2020 and welcome 2021. A couple of GCP’s friends and past guests join them to celebrate as well! 00:16 – The show kicks off with Justin doing the east coast 2021 count down, Brogan talks about the drinking excursion he had already embarked on that morning, and Justin reflects on the year for GCP and the guests they have had on. He talks about goods things that have happened during this chaotic year, they talk about 2020’s most popular podcast, and each one shares what their New Year’s Resolutions are. 29:39 – Justin shares what he got from his wife for Christmas, they continue the conversation about their New Year’s Resolutions, and talk about what a benefit it has been to interact with listeners this year. Friend Derek talks about what’s been up with Rolling Misadventures, shares what’s coming in 2021 for the show, and his resolutions for 2021. Justin gives and RIP to places that have closed in the PNW, they talk about new places that have opened, and Justin explains what a Ring Group is. 68:19 – Rusty shares his New Year’s Resolutions, Justin talks about his trip last year to Colorado, and what he loves about Denver. He explains what the Denver restaurant, Casa Bonita, has to offer, Brogan shares how long it takes his hot dog roller to heat up dogs, and Justin talks about the new restaurant in Tacoma, Manic Meatballs. They talk about the new Wonder Woman movie, Brogan shares that there are still some Founders Mugs up for grabs, and announces GCP’s unofficial new sponsor. 97:19 – Justin talks about writing off Postmates, Rusty talks about his recent bad experiences with delivery providers, and Jeff explains what the cause of his recent hike in Comcast bill was. They express their love for Buck Chuck, talk about how many times Rusty has joined the podcast, and discuss the drugs they give their pets. They reflect on 90’s movies, Rusty offers to build Justin a panic room, and they close 2020 out giving shout outs to the favorite local businesses and people. Special thanks to all of the GCP patriots and listeners for your support!! Happy New Year to you!!! Special Guests: Derek G, Michelle R., and Rusty.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:Dine Pierce CountyUnique Bakery on Facebook — A Pastry with Personality. Family-owned French Pastry bakery. Veteran owned.Casa Bonita, the Denver, Colorado-area Mexican restaurant from "South Park" — The definitive guide to Colorado’s world-famous Mexican restaurant.Manic Meatballs on Facebook — Fast, fun, family friendly food. Can we say Swedish Meatballs? Mashed potatoes, gravy and homemade applesauce. Yes, please!Ubereats 76 Soup and Salad House Delivery Online — 76 Soup and Salad House
100 minutes | 5 months ago
Tim Wilson - The Ventures, Stars on Guitars
This episode is a recent conversation the guys had with Tim Wilson, son of legendary co-founder, Don Wilson, of The Ventures. Tim co-directed the movie The Ventures Stars on Guitars that came out earlier in the year. He talks on how the band got started, how the idea of the movie came to be, and great inside stories on what it’s like to have a dad in a world-famous band. The Ventures, a quartet that plays instrumental rock, was started in 1958 in Tacoma by Don Wilson and Bob Bogle. Their first wide-release single, “Walk, Don’t Run” brought international fame in the 1960’s. Since then they have had 14 singles in the Billboard Hot 100 and with over 100 million records sold, they are the best-selling instrumental band of all time. 02:30 – Brogan talks about reflecting on old episodes, they chat about GCP’s upcoming 3-year marker, and Justin kicks off the interview with Tim. Tim talks about how his dad and friend started the band, the quick success of the band, and chats about the non-stop 60 years of playing the band had under their belt prior to Covid. He discusses coming up with the documentary idea, getting his sister involved with the filming piece, and dives deeper in the evolution of the band. 24:41 – Tim talks about starting a guitar company in 2003, the various bands that were influenced by The Ventures over the years, and how the band learned to create their various sounds. He shares the story of the uptick of Fender Jazzmaster guitar sales after fans had reached out to Fender after they heard their music to find out the type of guitar they used, Jeff talks about the magic behind The Ventures music, and Tim shares how the band got started playing in Japan. 49:15 – Tim explains how they ended up meeting Billy Bob Thornton, other famous people The Ventures played with, and gives props to the producers of the Walk Don’t Run documentary. He talks about how The Ventures started getting air play, the legwork his grandmother put in as the producer and manager of the band, and the great work Pat O’day did for bringing musicians to the PNW. He talks about the upcoming event happening at the Emerald Queen Casino Ballroom August 22nd 2021, the work behind getting the band into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and his conversation with Quentin Tarantino. 60:13 – The guys reflect on the conversation with Tim, their plans to have him on the show again soon, and each chat on how their Christmas was. Jeff talks about the new gaming chairs he got for Christmas, Justinn shares what he and his wife had for Christmas Dinner, and Jeff talks about what he ordered from The Black Bear Diner for his. Justin gives a shout out to the Four Horsemen Brewery, Urban Business Support, and they close out the show discussing New Year’s Resolutions. Special Guest: Tim Wilson.Support The Grit City PodcastLinks:New Doc The Ventures: Stars on Guitars Tells the Band's Story — The new documentary, The Ventures: Stars on Guitars, is available now on streaming and home video.The Ventures Movie on Facebook — A documentary film on the #1 instrumental rock group in the world, The Ventures.The Ventures: Stars on GuitarsPat O'Day on Wikipedia — Paul W. Berg (1934 – August 4, 2020), known professionally as Pat O'Day, was an American broadcaster and concert promoter in the Pacific Northwest.The Ventures - Rock & Roll Hall of FameThe Grit City Podcast Episode - Walk, Don't Run: The Story of The Ventures — This week we talk to Isaac Olsen and Justin Peterson about thier new project: Walk, Don't Run: The Story of The Ventures.About Little Radio Tacoma — At Little Radio, we're all about continuing this tradition. Little Radio exists to create community.Four Horsemen Brewery — Local craft beer and growler fills near Covington and Auburn, with the best beer made with Washington Grown ingredients. Wilson Guitar Ventures Ventures GuitarsUrban Business Support Happy Holidays and New Years on Instagram — We wanted to wish you a Happy Holiday and New Year from all of us at Urban Biz. We appreciate your partnerships, friendships, and community.
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