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EarBurner is a weekly conversation about North Texas issues (and a lot of other stuff). It is hosted by the editors of D Magazine, the city magazine of Dallas.
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Mar 6, 2015
Nancy Nichols talks about how her job as D Magazine's lead dining critic nearly killed her. Also garnering attention this go-round are Sex Box, bowel-related mishaps, and why Nancy was at Martina Navratilova's wedding.
 
 
Hosts: Zac Crain and Tim Rogers

Guest: Nancy Nichols
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

Feb 27, 2015
The man behind Earth Day Texas stops by the Old Monk to chat with D Magazine's Tim and Zac about what it means to be an environmentally-conscious Republican, which Olympic sport he thinks he could master if he set his mind to it, and why he has hopes of winning over Texas' climate-change-denying lieutenant governor:  "Dan Patrick's not going to be the same after this Earth Day. ... He's a smart guy. Part of his mind is open, and he's going to go home with some new ideas."
 
 
Hosts: Zac Crain and Tim Rogers
Guest: Trammell S. Crow
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)
Feb 20, 2015
Hosts: Zac Crain and Tim Rogers
Guest: Tara Nieuwesteeg
Theme music: Shibboleth's "The Bavarian," from the 2008 album Experiment in Error (Idol Records)

D Magazine's charming Dallas bar columnist joins the boys to talk about smoking cigarettes in "sports cafés," Amar'e Stoudemire's sartorial tendencies, why Ottawa is a lousy town, and whether a man should be allowed to wear Crocs-brand sneakers in public. Special thanks to our sponsor, the Old Monk. 

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