Our goal at Trivial Warfare is to recreate the fun of playing at an awesome pub quiz with your friends. That includes all of the silly banter, clowning on each other, and the drama of trying to figure out the answer to questions you don't know that only comes when you're playing games with your crew of friends. Every Monday we release a new game that features a minimum of two players or teams in a head to head trivia competition. The show has evolved to include a great set of regulars as well as new guests almost every week as we are joined by listeners who are supporting the show. Download an episode and give us a try. If you're on the fence go ahead and take a minute to read some of our reviews. If you love good trivia, fun banter, and the occasional dad joke or bad singing then this is the place for you.
By Jonathan Oakes
Join Kim Eierman, environmental horticulturist and founder of EcoBeneficial!, for useful gardening tips to improve our environment. Kim shares her own tips and interviews some of the leaders in the ecological gardening movement. For more useful tips, visit her at www.ecobeneficial.com or follow her on www.facebook.com/ecobeneficial
By Kim Eierman
Mythical is an actual play Pokémon-inspired Dungeons & Dragons podcast! It is broken down into smaller seasons where new listeners can pick up quickly, but older audiences can still feel invested in the creation of our worlds. Seasons 1 and 2 were streamed live on Twitch.tv/pkmncast, and this is the audio version of our episodes. Season 1.5 was recorded at 2016 Gen Con. Season 2.5 was recorded locally with the crew. It's important to note that each Season is self-contained and you do NOT need to listen to Season 1 to enjoy later Seasons. Mythical is presented to you by PKMNcast.com and the minds that create "It's Super Effective."
By PKMNcast.com (Pokémon Podcast)
Now on iTunes "New and Noteworthy" list! Superhero pop culture has taken over but how do you answer all the questions your muggle friends keep throwing your way? Let Ariel and Mike dissect movies, shows, and trailers with their knowledge of comic books, humor, and rage. They are geek and so can you!
By Ariel Rada & Michael Chen
Breaking into Board Games is a podcast about breaking into the hobby game industry. Every week, we interview a person of note, and give tips and tricks to make your way into the business of games. Hosts: Gil Hova -- Publisher -- @gilhova Gil Hova has been designing games since 2000. He has three published games, a fourth one on the way, and is now self-publishing as Formal Ferret Games. Gil lives in Jersey City, NJ, with his girlfriend and two adorable ferrets. Ian Zang -- Developer -- @ianzangdesign Ian Zang is a developer that has been making games from an early age. His most recent work has been on corporate game design, and rulebook editing. Ian lives with his wife in Pittsburgh, working as a consultant. Tony Miller -- Designer -- @beardedroguegames Tony Miller is an unpublished designer looking to land his first contract. He lives in Northern KY where he is furiously getting his designs ready for publishers between working at his IT job and taking care of his family.
By Ian Zang, Gil Hova, Tony Miller
In each episode of the Creative Yarn Entrepreneur Show, you’ll find great ideas for launching, managing, and evolving your indie yarn-related business, and tips for keeping yourself creative, productive, and sane. Share the unique joys and challenges of being an indie in the yarn industry, whether you’re a crochet or knitting author, blogger, designer, maker, podcaster, publisher, teacher, or tech editor; a yarn dyer or spinner; or the owner of any other indie business based around yarn. Topics include marketing, social media, pricing, negotiating with vendors and clients, balancing family/personal life or other jobs with your indie yarn craft business, working from home, authenticity, staying creative, dealing with customers, juggling different roles to create different income streams, collaborating with independent contractors, the solopreneur lifestyle, trade shows, selling online and monetizing your website or blog, building a community of fans, and more. Hosted by Marie Segares, small business consultant and the crochet & knitting blogger, designer, and teacher behind Underground Crafter. For more details, visit http://creativeyarnentrepreneur.com.
By Marie Segares