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Comedy impresario Christian Lawrence joins Yale in the studio to chat about History Shmistory and other exploits. Sam Lyons, host of the as-yet-unnamed Monday installment of Impolite Company, joins in on the fun. Yale rambles on about fall, or more on point, how much he hates summer. Oh, and the show gets (kind of) a new name and (kind of) a new co…
 
We're back after a couple of weeks of professional, personal and criminal obligations. Analicia recounts yet another run-in with violent crime. Yale tells of his overseas exploits and the effects of surgical sedatives on one of his kids. We reveal a proposal to remedy two ailing local institutions. Shout-outs to friends who are doing great things a…
 
Permanent Occasional Co-Host Analicia Kocher joins Yale in the studio to explain fringe festivals and recount two harrowing tales of armed robbery. The two also discuss their triangulated relationship to studio and podcast host We Are Live and, of course, present the Independent Comedy Rundown for the week.…
 
We take some time to remember the late Aretha Franklin and welcome Permanent Occasional Co-Host Ron Finger to the studio. We chat about who will next be crowned Queen of Soul, talk local comedy and then take a corrective turn as Ron upbraids Yale for his indifference to the Star Trek franchise.
 
The Wind-Down makes its long-awaited Friday morning debut with new sponsors (courtesy of Impolite Company Radio), a new opening theme song and a new-ish format. We welcome the multi-talented Analicia Kocher to the studio for a delightful chat about sketch comedy, character work, and - most importantly - BREAKFAST. Analicia is joining the Wind-Down …
 
Comedian, showrunner, sketch actor, mom and PASTOR Meredith Hopping is our guest this week, covering topics like the work/life/parenthood/comedy balance, the ups and downs of comedy, building a merchandising empire, pooping, among other topics. Yale struggles to adequately euphemise the term "eating ass" in a radio-safe format and also has an updat…
 
Yale’s back in the studio for this visit from Tamara Keefe and Frank Uible of Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery. Listen to the pair talk about the growth of their business, the challenge of ice cream innovation, carding people in an ice cream shop and the price of vanilla on the open market. Yale proposes a new flavor and a potential new taste…
 
Award-winning Hungarian author Sarvary Gyorgi visited The Wind-Down where he and Yale chatted about Gyorgi's upbringing in Cold War-era Hungary, his general indifference to liberation from the Soviet Bloc as well as his antipathy towards the West in general. He then treated the listening audience to a reading from his forthcoming book, his first in…
 
Comedian Ken Warner joins Yale in the studio as they discuss the art of comedy and jazz, as well as international travel, sophisticated after-dinner drinks and the absurdity of corporate mergers. Ella Fritts debuts her new segment Friends With BeneFRITTS by giving us an insider’s opinion of pizza and embezzlement which we totally do not condone. Th…
 
This is the debut episode of The Wind-Down with Yale Hollander, a leisure, lifestyle and comedy radio show. In this first installment, we meet Yale and learn a little about his background and his vision for the show, as well as a few things currently on his mind. We also get a chance to meet his principal commercial sponsors Car-Doc Automotive, Cle…
 
Yale Hollander has been hugely supportive of the St. Louis comedy scene, and it has welcomed him with open arms. He's very quickly accomplished a lot in stand-up, and we discuss how and why he's been driven to do that at the age of 48. He talks about growing up in Jefferson City, his inspiring parents, and writing comedy while practicing law on the…
 
The insanely talented and funny Alexis Winford, of St. Louis improv and sketch fame, chats about some helpful advice her dad gave her, attending a funeral right before her first improv class, and giving her characters' souls a body. See her performing with many great groups like: Sketchpad, Your Mom, Mordecai Montrose and The Mission Trip.…
 
Stand-up comedian Patrick Trowbridge stops by on eclipse day to chat before he goes on the Amorphous Blob tour. He endorses Instacart and Genital Jousting; we also talk about his life-changing car accident, Halo 2 and moving to St. Louis for comedy. Hit Patrick up on Facebook if you want to see when he's performing. He accepts all friend requests, …
 
Chad Wallace- son of St. Louis, mail carrier, stand up comic and host of the legendary Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic. He stops by to share some stories about growing up, working like an old man at a young age, ratting himself out and becoming a father. Also, comedy. Check out Chad at shows around town, and go to the Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic at The Hea…
 
Brandon Judd, darling of the St. Louis stand-up scene, discusses some of his life experiences before comedy: like being an anxious paperboy, a depressed college student, and the importance of punk music during critical times in his life. Check out his show Live Comedy DVD or his website for more on where he'll be performing.…
 
St. Louis' own Andrew Mihalevich swings by to talk about stalking paintballers to make friends, representing his school's nonexistent vocab team in the talent show, getting into the comedy scene in Springfield, MO and working with The Mystery Hour down there. Also: mental health! politics! religion! video games! Check out Andrew's show Picnic Time,…
 
Fun conversation with local St. Louis great person and comedian, Zack Stovall of Fancy Things. We chat about his creative history in comedy writing and performing, his experience in New York with "Oh, Hello", and syncing wavelengths with other comedians. We also talk out of our butts a little about politics- his political science, philosophy and jo…
 
Getting Bent is back with Ella Fritts, St. Louis stand-up and improviser. We talked outside at Lafayette Park as we mourned the death of our baby, Balentine's Open Mic. Ella talks about open mics, Second City summer camp, writing Community fanfic, meditating with and without Jesus, and a little bit of politics- 2 days before the presidential electi…
 
In the very first episode of Getting Bent with Tom Straight, I chat with Jason Flamm from Sketchpad Comedy and the Welcome Thru Effingham podcast. Jason talks about growing up poor in Soulard, family challenges, what drove him to succeed and how comedy helped him battle depression. Big thanks to Jason for being the first guest, Thomas Card for the …
 
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