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Aug 24
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Celebrities dole out unprofessional life advice on <i>Don</i>’<i>t Ask Tig</i> and <i>Black Frasier</i>
Marnie Shure
Craig D. Lindsey
Anthony D Herrera
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It appears that Phoebe Robinson (2 Dope Queens) is ready to sling some advice with her new podcast, the title of which implies the cocoa-colored equivalent to Kelsey Grammer’s sitcom psychiatrist. (The late comic Patrice O’Neal did a similar stint when he assumed the role of an African-American Dr. Phil on The Black

Aug 17
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The U.S. Postal Service is awesome, and <i>Secretly Incredibly Fascinating</i> aims to prove it
Marnie Shure
Anthony D Herrera
Jose Nateras
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With a name referencing the classic Dungeons & Dragons eyeball monster the Beholder, listeners might expect the Behold Her podcast to be particularly D&D-centric. While the main topic of discussion is tabletop role-playing games, or TTRPGs (which D&D is an iconic example of), Behold Her is ultimately about so much

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Aug 17
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Toxic fanboy culture could learn a thing or two from Hannah Ewens’ <i>Fangirls</i>

The Maenads were the original fans. The followers of Dionysus in Greek mythology, they were the “raving ones”—a frenzied mob of women who tore men and animals to pieces while in the grips of their ecstatic manias. In one version of the death of Orpheus, the Maenads rip him to pieces after the singer, grieving his dead

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