Eavesdropping on Men: The Final Episode

Before we move on to Eavesdropping on America, we here put together one final edition of our men-centric show. Sometimes, men express themselves through their taste. Our first field recording conveys just what a conversation about personal preference sounds like among men. Then, we listen to what a modern-day parent-teacher conference sounds like. In the next recording, we have audio from inside the Department of Labor, as the bureaucrats there figure out just how to make the president’s campaign promises a reality. We end the show with Legacy Times music critic Don Flint, who will give us his picks for best music of 2017.

Eavesdropping on Men: The Holiday Edition

It’s our holiday special! In this very festive epis-ho-ho-ho-d, we hear a group of men regaling and discussing which holiday of the season means the most to them. In the following recording, we listen to a Thanksgiving dinner for those who do not feel comfortable celebrating at home with their families. Then, despite these tough economic times, one man is able to scrape together enough money to buy gifts for his entire family. We close the show with a personal essay from opinion contributor Ed Feldgellar.

Eavesdropping on Men: The Best Chicken in All of Philadelphia

Our first field recording comes from a restaurant where two men are enjoying the best chicken in all of Philadelphia. Then, we listen in on two men discussing their personal moral boundaries, and when they may find it necessary to boycott a business or individual. We also get a chance to hear a recording from inside a typical suburban family’s kitchen, and how a father talks to his son about sensitive subject matter. Then, music critic Jace Bartlove gives us a music review of the newly released home recorded demos of Morrissey.

Eavesdropping on Men: It’s an Efficient Way to Protest

In this hour, we begin by listening to an average anecdote as being told by an average American man. Then, we hear how the candidacy of Bernie Sanders has affected the minds of the country’s most idealistic youth. Also, we hear the way the tech industry has changed political protests. We end the show with a spoken word poetry performance rap from Yung Truthfire.

Eavesdropping on Men: I’m So Humidity Too, Dude!

We’re in the dog days of summer, so in our first field recording we listen to how two men cope with the oppressive heat. Then, we get to hear what makes a special election so special when get listen to audio of some old fashioned door-to-door campaigning. Finally, we listen in to the almost clairvoyant bond between two adult brothers.

Eavesdropping on Men: Can Any of You Ask Your Moms For Money?

In this month’s field recordings, we get the rare chance to listen to a political conversation between two young men. We also hear the sounds of a business presentation taking place in the increasingly-influential part of the country, Silicon Valley. Finally, we listen to the inaugural meeting of a group of men who miss the camaraderie they once felt in their younger years.

Eavesdropping on Men: I’m Blind, Okay? Keep Reading the Comments.

In this installment of the show, we hear from a man who is not thrilled with how our  our technology-dependent life has turned out. Then we listen in on a man’s first internet date to get some insight into how the online dating world is. So often in today’s world, we’re inundated with the bad actions of men. So, in our third recording, we hear one man who is bucking this trend through altruism.

Eavesdropping on Men: Tune It Lower

In this episode, we listen to what it’s like to get invited to a theme party. Then, we hear what it’s like when two old friends reunite and observe some of the subtle changes that have taken place over time. We’ll also eavesdrop on Kratom, a band that is trying to kickstart a Nu Metal revival movement. Finally, we’ll hear a parent cope with some new information about the lifestyle choices of his son.

Eavesdropping on Men: 7 to 9 Hours of Trolling

In the premier episode of Eavesdropping on Men, we listened to some interesting tape gathered in a dorm room at Swarthmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. Then, we listened in to a new kind of therapy session with a recording form the offices of Dr. Greg Gray.  We played a recording that shows just how the Amazon Echo changed the way we interact. And finally, we got a chance to sit in on a news room meeting at the new hip news site, Disscussifr.