Happy Friday, my friends! We are back with another episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast! This time around, we have returning guests, The Shake Ups! I had a chance to speak with them a year ago, to talk their album In Beach City (LINK), and now, I have the chance to talk to them about two new albums! First, we have a return to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic with Ponymania, and then we look at their newest album, where they form Voltron in The Shake Ups Legendary Defenders! So, let's saddle up, join to form Voltron (Lions, not the Vehicles, but we'll get into that!), and let us fill your earholes for the next 52 minutes!

 

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:07 Introduction
  • 0:07 – 2:50 “From Days of Long Ago” by The Shake Ups, Legendary Defenders
  • 2:50 - 4:43 Episode Introduction (Spoiler Warnings!) and Upcoming Events - Head Geek, Tony Troxell
  • 4:44 - 20:49 Interview with The Shake Ups, Pt. 1 (Patrick O'Connor, Savannah O'Connor, Lee Cherolis, Luisanna Rodriguez, Steve Hinckley))
  • 204:9 - 24:35 "Hey, Shiro" by the Shake Ups, Legendary Defenders
  • 24:35 - 48:18 Interview, Pt. 2
  • 48:19 – 51:06  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 48:32 – 50:06 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Happy Friday, readers, and welcome back to the Indiana Geeking Podcast! For our third episode of 2018, I was given the opportunity to sit and talk with most of the members of our local Star Trek band, Five Year Mission. You've heard their music before, as they've been kind enough to let me use them for the opening tracks of the podcast since last year, and in this episode we talk about their newest album, Year Four! Join Mike Rittenhouse, Andy Fark, Noah Butler, and Patrick O'Conner as we talk their favorite series, ambushing Simon Pegg, throw shade at Star Trek Discourse, and talk about their latest album! In addition, as it's a shorter interview (they needed to practice), I threw in a bit of information about upcoming events. Even with that, however, this episode tracks at just under thirty minutes! So, sit back, and let us fill your earholes with some laughter, some 5YM trivia, and a track from their new album!
 
Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:08 Introduction
  • 0:00 – 3:57 “A Private Little War” by Five Year Mission, Year Four
  • 3:57 - 5:14 Episode Introduction and Upcoming Events - Head Geek, Tony Troxell
  • 5:14 – 5:28 Transporter
  • 5:28 - 23:39 Interview with Five Year Mission (Mike Rittenhouse, Andy Fark, Noah Butler, Patrick O'Conner)
  • 23:39 – 26:23  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 23:52 – 25:22 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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We are back, with another episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast! This week, we've got someone a bit different! Phil Kellar is a local costumer, who has replicated costumes from all sorts of sci-fi franchises over the years, and is currently running a business called "Spacey-Wacey Wear", helping supply both Rebels and the Resistance with the soft parts they need to fight the Empire and the New Order. Phil's been a friend of mine for years, and I wanted to talk to him a bit about his history making costumes, tips for new builders, and why something like this costs a pretty penny! I would know, myself, because Phil is the person helping me out with the soft parts to my Resistance Pilot! So, let's sit back, and let Phil and I (with music by The Shake Ups and Five Year Mission) fill your earholes for the next 45 minutes!

 

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:09 Introduction
  • 0:00 – 4:44 “Immunity Syndrome” by Five Year Mission, Year Three
  • 4:45 – 43:02 Discussion with Phil
  • 43:02 – 44:48  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 43:16 – 44:51 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:08 Introduction
  • 0:08 – 3:37 “The Trouble With Tribbles Part 5” by Five Year Mission, The Trouble With Tribbles EP
  • 3:37 – 56:17 Discussion with Grant and Lizz
  • 56:18 – 59:04  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 56:31 – 58:05 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Happy Wednesday, my friends! I know, this is an odd day for the Podcast to come out, but here we are! This week, I have guests Ed Cho and Lee Cherolis on, talking about their comic, Little Guardians! There were a few recording issues, as I endeavor to learn the ins and outs of my recording equipment, so that's why this took a bit longer to come out! The wait is worth it, though, as we talk about their comic, their inspirations, what they're reading now, and even a bit of Stranger Things 2! So, feel free to download us, and let us fill your earholes as you check out their work, and get ready to attend their signing at Comic Book University on December 27th!

 

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:06 Introduction
  • 0:07 – 2:30 “The Bits”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 2:30 – 38:56 Interview with Ed & Lee
  • 38:56 – 41:39  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 39:09 – 41:07 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Good day, my friends! We are back, with another episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast! This week, I was lucky enough to get some time with Lisa Meece, who is one of the organizers of Starbase Indy! SBI is a yearly convention that normally happens around Thanksgiving Weekend here in Indianapolis, that has traditionally been a Star Trek convention! However, this year, there's going to be a little bit of a change! Wondering what that change is? Well, then you might as well sit back, put on your headphones, sip your Earl Gray (hot), and let Lisa and I fill your ears for approximately the next 45 minutes!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:08 Introduction
  • 0:06 – 5:44 “The Devil in the Dark”, 5 Year Mission, Year 2
  • 5:44 – 45:17 Interview with Lisa Meece
  • 45:17 – 48:03  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 45:31 – 47:41 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Happy Friday, listeners! Welcome back to another episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast! This week, we're back to form, with another guest! This week, I have my long-time friend, Gregg Nowling, on the show! Gregg is an accomplished prop and costume replicator, having built everything from R2 units and X-Wing helmets, to a full size Tardis and Daleks! In addition, he runs a charity called Signing Away Hunger! So, sit back and let Gregg and I fill your ears with talk about grants for blue police boxes, playable bicycle wheels, and making sure kids don't go hungry when they go home from school.

Also, scroll down to the bottom of the post, for a gallery of some of the props discussed on the episode!

 

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:07 Introduction
  • 0:08 - 4:08 "Doomsday Machine", 5 Year Mission, Year 3
  • 4:08 - 36:13 Interview with Gregg Nowling
  • 36:14 – 38:58  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 36:27 - 38:09 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Happy Friday, my friends! This week, I'm doing something a little different, as I just don't have it in me to sit across from someone and do an interview! Instead, I'm doing an "Ask the Geek" segment! That's right, I have been reaching out to people on Social Media, as well as on Patreon, to ask me questions, and I'll give them an answer here today! Some folks have one question, some folks have several, and I'm going to answer them all, to the best of my ability. So, I hope you all like my voice, as we're going to be hearing it for the next thirty five minutes! So, just sit back, relax, and take in my thoughts to bad movies, board games, comic books, and how I got into Geeking and Geeking in Indiana!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:08 Introduction
  • 0:08 - 3:45 "R.C. Spock", 5 Year Mission, Spock's Brain
  • 3:45 - 4:08 Ask The Geek Intro
  • 4:09 - 7:29 Question - Patrick Martin
  • 7:29 - 17:59 Questions - Michael Cathro
  • 17:59 - 30:53 Questions - Chris Ludden
  • 30:53 - 32:06 Closing
  • 32:06 – 34:51  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 32:19 - 34:07 Closing, Patron Thanks
  • 34:52 - 35:42 Tower Junkies Podcast Promo

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!
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Happy Friday, my friends! It's Podcast Day, here at the Geek Cave! That's right, the hits just keep on comin', as I am getting back into the swing of things with this here casting of the pods! This week's guest is a fellow podcaster, whom you might have heard of before. He's been the heart of the Obsessive Viewer Podcast for the last four years, he's done panels at local conventions about solo podcasting, feeding off his experiences with the Anthology Podcast, and now he's got another podcast, based on the works of Stephen King, called Tower Junkies! That's right, my friends, it's Matt Hurt! This week, we're going to talk juggling podcasts, some tips for new podcasters, and the podcast's yearly event, Shocktober in Irvington! So, sit back, be prepared some some bad puns, and let us fill your earholes with talk of talking! Pay attention, because we might just be giving away a pair of tickets to Shocktober in Irvington!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 1:08 Shocktober in Irvington Promo
  • 1:09 - 1:16 Intro
  • 1:16 - 3:16 “The Corbomite Maneuver”, Five Year Mission, Year Two
  • 3:17 - 1:21:20 Interview with Matt
    • Contest information at 53:35

      • Details not mentioned: Runs until 9:00 AM Eastern, Thursday, 10/5/2017.
  • 1:21:20 - 1:24:06  “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 1:21:33 – 1:23:21 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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Happy Friday, my friends! We are back with another episode of the Indiana Geeking podcast, the bi-weekly podcast that takes a look at Geeks who do awesome things around the state of Indiana! This week, I am thrilled to have the former co-host of the podcast, Bri Rudd, join her creative partners Ginger Dee and Chris Ludden to talk their new book, Pitched! This fun book is chock full of ideas that are "too awesome for Hollywood"! So please, sit back, and listen to the four of us gather in the Geek Cave Studios to talk their book, bad movies, and more!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 0:09 Introduction
  • 0:09 - 4:23 “Space Seed”, Five Year Mission, Year Two
  • 4:23 - 49:41 Interview with Bri, Gin, & Chris
  • 49:42 – 50:55 Shocktober in Irvington Promo
  • 50:56 – 53:40 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 51:10 – 53:10 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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