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Now displaying: May, 2015
May 29, 2015

Thursday afternoon former CBS 11/TXA 21 sports anchor and reporter Gina Miller stopped by the Old Monk to talk about Josh Hamilton’s return to the Texas Rangers, her new life as a lifestyle blogger, and why she was forced to endure years of living in Houston during the 1990s.

 

Hosts: Tim Rogers, Zac Crain
Guest: Gina Miller
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

 

 

May 22, 2015

Joe Tone, who recently announced he's stepping down as editor of the Dallas Observer, talks about the book he's planning to write and the future of the Voice Media Group alt-weekly newspaper.

 

Hosts: Tim Rogers, Zac Crain
Guest: Joe Tone
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

May 15, 2015

Dr. Seema Yasmin, public health professor at the University of Texas at Dallas and reporter for the Dallas Morning News, stops by the Old Monk to discuss her recent article about vaginal rejuvenation, her English roots, the public shaming of two women at the Kessler Theater, and her nascent knowledge of Texas.

 

Hosts: Tim Rogers, Zac Crain
Guest: Seema Yasmin
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

May 8, 2015

Ahead of a pivotal Dallas municipal election, City Councilman Philip Kingston comes again to the Old Monk to discuss politics, zombies, boating, and break dancing. Is he angling to take Zac's co-hosting gig for himself? Perhaps.

 

Hosts: Tim Rogers, Zac Crain
Guest: Philip Kingston
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

May 1, 2015

Dallas entrepreneur Matt Alexander stops by the Old Monk to speak in his British accent about the state of his online fashion businesses, the future prospects of the Dallas Mavericks, and his brief professional rollerblading career. Plus, who will win in Zac Crain's U.S. Citizenship Test challenge?

 

Hosts: Tim Rogers, Zac Crain
Guest: Matt Alexander
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

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