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Podcast 52 – “Katchphrase” Sketch, Capital City Film Festival Bands

Daniel decides Kat needs a catchphrase, Jake Pechtel chats about the bands at next week’s Capital City Film Festival, and Kat confuses Star Wars with Star Trek.

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Opening Sketch: “Katchphrase,”  After going over feedback from a focus group (a degu on a running wheel), Daniel decides Kat needs a catchphrase. Thanks to listeners @supernosh, Devon, and Veronica for their own suggestions. (Written by Daniel J. Hogan)

Main Segment: Live, from the Lansing Public Media Center (recorded 04.03.2012) Kat Cooper and Daniel J. Hogan (along with producer Melik) chats with Jake Pechtel from the Capital City Film Festival, which starts next Thursday in downtown Lansing, talks about this year’s musical acts. Greensky Bluegrass, Murder by Death, William Elliott Whitmore, Lights, and more will perform at The Loft downtown. A full festival pass gets you into every performance, as well as every screening and TEDx Lansing. Individual tickets for performances are available as well.

The conversation jumps around a bit too, touching on important subjects like Kat confusing Star Wars with Star Trek, her fear of whales, and the film Orca.
Oh, and Kat’s weekly list of events around Lansing.

Crosstown Showdown
Les Miserables
Lansing First Fridays
MSU v. UM Baseball

Lansing Happy Hour Club
Celebration Cinemas Cult Classics


Notes from the Geek

I am really lost without Kat, and I’m not saying that because she paid me (her check bounced).

Daniel (the Geek)

Ginger and the Geek is a podcast and blog by Kat Cooper and Daniel J. Hogan. New episodes stream live every Tuesday at 7PM EST on Ustream, and are available for download the following Thursday. The podcast is made possible thanks to a partnership with Lansing NOISE and the Lansing Public Media Center.