Jason Stapls has been a performing comic for 3 years. He knows all the comics and all the cool things to do in the South Bend area. We did a lot of name dropping in this episode and drank some fantastic Rye Whiskey and Aldi beer.
Kirk Saffle’s new “Pain And Passion” EP is one of the favorite collections of music I’ve heard this year. This is a short review/preview. If you’d like to attend the EP release party on 9/21 at the Acorn Theater, you can get tickets at the link below:
Mike Wallace and I talk about metal, rock music, and pro-wrestling. Mike is a great guy and a great musician. His song “Curtain” is featured at the end of the interview.
I’ve been doing some open mics when my schedule permits. In the process, I’ve met some very fun comics. I thought it would be a good idea to do something to showcase local comics in a panel discussion about stuff. This is that. I’ll be doing this on a semi-regular basis (as stated in the title) so that new local comics can come in and give their perspectives. My inaugural comedy roundup featured Chris Rahe and Jim Kliss, two very funny comics who both came from a good distance to be on the show.
This episode has mature language and mature themes. If you don’t like that kind of stuff, skip it and come back for my next interview.
You can find Jim Kliss and his podcast, 2 Guys, a Girl, & a Goblin here:
You can find Chris Rahe at local open mics and as a featured performer at The Drop Comedy Club
In this episode, I talk to President & CEO of MapleTronics Computers, Wes Herschberger. Wes an I talked about the changing needs and priorities regarding IT in the companies we serve. We also talked about MapleTronic’s Apprenticeship program which is doing great things for us and the technical people we bring into the program.
You can find out more about MapleTronics here: