Geek in the City

Mixing pop culture news, reviews, and socially biting commentary with mildly amusing entertainment.

Issue 275 – Live from the 2014 Rose City Comic Con

Greetings Programs! In this packed issue, the gang are joined by a fine collection of Portland creators as we celebrate RCCC 2014… Also lots of pirates ringing bells. Plus, you get some fantastic live performances by the one and only Kielen King and Bad Wolf. Thanks for listening, see you next week!

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Issue 182 – Horror Music – TV on the Podcast – Tours of Terror!

Greetings Programs. We kick off the spooky season with a special show. We are joined by the one and only Stephanie Stricklen from KGW (follow her on Twitter) to talk about music and moments that creep you out. But first, tales of gifts from listeners and why podcast fans are the best of fans. Then, Aaron and Scott take a tour with Dave Helfrey as they explore Fright Town! (Look for the full tour later this week). All that, and why Kielen doesn’t like any holiday, but especially one about dead people.

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After a two year absence, the much loved and feared BooYah Awards returns with a vengeance!

Saturday, September 17 @ 8pm, Guardian Games will host the greatest damn listeners party about geeks and 3D explosions of all time!

Thrill to all-new awards like “Most Gratuitous Ass-Shot” and “Michael Bay Award of Explosion Awesomeness”!

The event is 21 and over, no cover to attend, but Guardian Games sells beer and games – So open those wallets! Keep listening to Geek in the City Radio for more events and details.

Saturday, September 17, 2011 – The BooYah Strikes Back!


Geek in the City Radio Issue 36 – Portland’s Lords of Terror!

In this freaktastic issue of GeekintheCity Radio, Aaron & Scott sit down with three of Portland’s premiere Frightologists! Find out what inspires the folks behind The 13th Door, Scream at the Beach, and Fright Town. Also, Aaron provides a short review for the too good for direct-to-DVD flick, Trick ‘R Treat. All that and some fun with Vincent Price. Only on GeekintheCity Radio!

No music this week. Instead, all the breaks come from the classic Vincent Price spoken-word album:

A Hornbook for WitchesLeah Bodine Drake, read by Vincent Price

Special thanks to Raymond at The 13th Door

Dave with Fright Town

Henry with Scream at the Beach

They all took time out of their extremely busy schedules to sit down and chat a while with us, our thanks!

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