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Every month join Andrew, Aaron, Doug, and Roger for their take on wrestling! They are four smarks and fans discussing this month in wrestling. Andrew, Aaron, Doug, and Roger also have specials that discuss certain topics including Wrestlemania, Royal Rumble, Games, Movies, and much much more. Covering all types of professional wrestling including the WWE, GFW, ROH, and more!!!
 
Along the coast of Maine are littered thousands of small islands. One such, named 'Pocket Island' by the locals was so called because of a pocket formed twice daily by the waning of the tides. The coast of Maine holds many secrets and legends, and Pocket Island was no exception.Subtitled "A Story of Country Life in New England", this story holds such varied and fascinating glimpses into the lives of a few individuals, and is not limited to merely a story of ghosts, of war, of barn dances, fr ...
 
Behind every collector's obsession is a story. On "For Keeps," the world's most passionate enthusiasts share surprising tales about their personal collections — and their unbreakable connections with them. Hear what makes them tick and how collecting sparks their passion.
 
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Author and Alcoholics Anonymous historian Mike Fitzpatrick is preserving and sharing the audio history of AA — "a story handed down," as co-founder Bill W. said — by collecting, digitizing, and streaming thousands of AA and other recovery-related recordings dating back to the 1940s. Recovery Speakers (Mike's website) • Books written by Mike • Openi…
 
Roger Steffens' passion for reggae has led to a colorful life as an author, DJ, photographer, and lecturer — and his reggae archives, a massive trove of memorabilia that fills his Los Angeles basement, reflect his love of Jamaica's popular musical export and its prime figure, the late Bob Marley. Video tour of Roger's archives • The Family Acid on …
 
When Emmy-winning actress and lifelong "saver" Rue McClanahan ("Maude," "Mama's Family," "The Golden Girls") passed away in 2010, her close friend Michael La Rue became the archivist for her vast estate, which includes awards, jewelry, costumes, and props from her long career — the highlights of which graced a New York City cafe created in her hono…
 
For puck's sake! Kenn Shaw's Ultimate Hockey Fan Cave features a mind-boggling array of collectibles (many celebrating his beloved Chicago Blackhawks) and creations he's handmade from hockey sticks, nets, goalie pads, and more. Plus he's got a Zamboni! The Ultimate Hockey Fan Cave • Blade Shades, Kenn's line of sunglasses • Opening theme: "Keepers"…
 
In the 1970s, Frank Nesmith and Claudia Sailor created the Kindred Spirit Mailbox, a special spot amidst the dunes of the North Carolina coast where visitors leave messages expressing their joys, sorrows, and everything in between. Annie Breth, one of the mailbox's "keepers," talks about its emotional collection of notes — and its inspiration for t…
 
Canadian musician Richard Baxter is on a mission to rebuild Le Studio, the legendary Québec recording facility where Rush and many other big acts recorded before it closed and fell into disrepair. Along the way, he's selling collectibles — including pieces of glass and flooring from the original studio, plus new memorabilia — to fund the project. A…
 
Andrew, Aaron, Roger, and Doug talk about the Wrestlemania 36 complete results. This is our 11th annual WrestleMania Wrap Up special! We discuss our analysis on each of the matches. We also talk about our thoughts on this Wrestlemania being the first and only Pay-Per-Views without a live audience. As always be sure to follow […]…
 
When members of Paul Everitt's family purchased the 1970s home of best-selling author Richard Bach (Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Illusions), they got more than just a house — the eccentric writer and pilot left behind signed photos, his writing desk, model airplane kits, original and purchased artwork, books, letters, and other mementos of his flyi…
 
Costa Rica's 100-year-old "calypso king," Walter Gavitt Ferguson, used to record his songs live onto blank cassettes, selling each one-off tape without making himself a copy. Now Swiss music fan Niels Werdenberg runs a "tape hunt" to track down the sold tapes — and preserve a beloved piece of Costa Rica's cultural heritage. The Walter Gavitt Fergus…
 
From her home inside the "closed city" of Sarov, Russia — the high-security center for Russian nuclear research — collector Katya Zykova runs an online shop that sells a wide range of vintage Soviet postcards, pins, children's books, and even a large wooden portrait of Vladimir Lenin. Katya's website, soviet-postcards.com • Katya's Etsy shop • Open…
 
Teen idol time! Writer Kristin Nilsen is rebuilding the record collection she had as a girl in the 70s — and collecting tales of preteen infatuation through "My Celebrity Crush Story," her growing social media project. "My Celebrity Crush Story" on Instagram and Facebook • Opening theme: "Keepers" by Still Flyin' • Closing theme: "Slow Draw/Feeling…
 
Armed with her array of metal detectors, Alison Walker has collected everything from rare coins to a musket ball — but she's made a name for herself as a member of The Ring Finders, recovering lost jewelry for grateful clients and raising money for charity along the way. Alison on TheRingFinders.com • Alison's YouTube channel, "Pink Power Ally, Tre…
 
Swimming pools! Color television! Air conditioning! The American motel — particularly the quirky, independent kind seen along highways in the 1950s and 60s — fascinates writer James Lileks, whose 500 or so motel postcards capture the motel's midcentury heyday. Lileks.com's "The American Motel" postcard archive • Opening theme: "Keepers" by Still Fl…
 
Matthew Kennedy secretly bought his first Barbie doll as a young boy — but it wasn't until adulthood that he became confident enough to share his 1,000-plus doll collection with the world, in large part through his witty, eye-catching Instagram feed. @barbieonthebrain on Instagram • Matthew's Los Angeles Times essay from 2013 • Opening theme: "Keep…
 
Good grief! With the largest known collection of Snoopy memorabilia Down Under, Lisa Ridey is constantly on the lookout for items to add to her massive collection — as well as space in her family's suburban Sydney home for displaying it. Lisa's 2014 appearance on Australian TV • Opening theme: "Keepers" by Still Flyin' • Closing theme: "Slow Draw/F…
 
Banksy, the anonymous artist and provocative prankster, has garnered headlines around the world — and captured the imagination of British art dealer John Brandler, whose collection of 30 Banksy works includes a mural that appeared overnight on a garage in Wales. Brandler Galleries website • Opening theme: "Keepers" by Still Flyin' • Closing theme: …
 
When real estate broker Bruce Pascal was reunited with his childhood Hot Wheels car collection, it jump-started a collecting quest that's netted him more than 5,000 items including rare cars, vintage promotional materials, and prototype designs of the popular toys — and turned him into a passionate Hot Wheels historian. Bruce's website and Instagra…
 
In the mid-1990s, Peggy Gallagher, a teacher from suburban Chicago, teamed up with her sister to become one of the world's first collectors of Beanie Babies — helping to spark a collecting craze that made toy manufacturer Ty Warner a billionaire. Hear Peggy's tales of speculation, authentication, and riding the Beanie bubble! Peggy's Beanie Babies …
 
Working for years as a janitor at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Ajo, Arizona, photographer Tom Kiefer collected the confiscated — and discarded — personal items of migrants who were detained at the station. Today, he reverentially documents those salvaged belongings in El Sueño Americano, his photography project that's getting a…
 
Since 1983, Dutch beachcomber Wim Kruiswijk has collected all sorts of things in the sand — including hundreds and hundreds of messages in bottles. In a special episode co-produced with the Citizen Reporter podcast, Amsterdam-based podcaster Mark Fonseca Rendeiro visits Wim to hear about his collection and some of the pen pals he's made over the ye…
 
In 1979, Beatles fanatic Paul Goresh began hanging out at New York's Dakota apartment building, taking photos of ex-Beatle John Lennon — and developing an unlikely casual friendship with the musical icon. Two people who knew Goresh well, and two others who had key interactions with him, share stories and memories of the late collector, who died in …
 
Before passing away in October 2018, pharmaceutical marketing executive William Helfand amassed a huge collection of medical-themed prints, posters, and memorabilia — with an emphasis on "quack" pills, potions, and snake oil cure-alls. On this episode, daughter Jessica Helfand pays tribute to her father's "quack" connoisseurship. New York Times obi…
 
Velvet Elvises, sad clowns, colorful unicorns, tasteful nudes — they're all under one roof at Carl Baldwin's Velveteria museum in Los Angeles, home to what must be the world's largest collection of velvet paintings. Hear Carl talk about his colorful trip down the "velvet trail" from casual fan to the art form's biggest booster. The Velveteria websi…
 
The big salad, the marble rye, the black-and-white cookie — endless connections between the TV sitcom "Seinfeld" and food inspired restaurateur Tony Valadez to create Little Jerry's, a Tacoma, Washington, eatery that doubles as a showcase for his fun array of memorabilia celebrating the iconic "show about nothing." Little Jerry's Facebook page • Op…
 
Andrew, Aaron, Roger, and Doug talk about the Wrestlemania 35 results. This is our 10th annual WrestleMania Wrap Up special! We discuss our analysis on each of the matches. We also talk about who; who; who had the highest amount of correct picks. As always be sure to follow the show @OfftheMark86, Andrew Hughes @ahughes86, […]…
 
Andrew, Aaron, Roger, and Doug talk about the full Wrestlemania 35 card. This is our 10th annual WrestleMania special! We discuss our predictions on each of the match outcomes. We then go over the NXT TakeOver: New York card. As always be sure to follow the show @OfftheMark86, Andrew Hughes @ahughes86, and Aaron Hughes @aphughes. […]…
 
Time to get happy! Husband and wife Jerry and Cat have found true joy in Bob Ross's timeless public-television series "The Joy of Painting," and their passion for the much-loved program has inspired the couple to collect several original Ross paintings (no small feat!) as well as a mind-boggling array of art and personal items once owned by the lat…
 
Guinness alert! Before passing away in 2007, Italian collector Amatore Bolzoni made it into the record books with his quirky collection of more than 2,000 condoms, gathered over decades of world travel. Today his son, Massimo, celebrates his father's memory (and humor) by preserving the collection — and even adding to it. Amatore Bolzoni's Guinness…
 
Swedish psychologist Dr. Samuel West's collection of 100 or so failed products isn't just meant to amuse us — he believes that we can learn from failures, too. He's the curator of the Museum of Failure, a traveling exhibition that showcases (and celebrates) some of the biggest busts in business history. The Museum of Failure website • Dr. West's TE…
 
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