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We figured it was time to bring a guest in for an interview, and there really is no better group of dudes to do that with. FOXFIRES is gearing up for a Northeast tour with Sink in May, bringing the punks to a basement near you! We chat about some epic shows from previous tours, new merch, music video shenanigans, and what their plans are for keepin…
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Would you take a shower on an airplane? You should. Ricky read TWO books on vacation?!? Travis consumed 100mgs (IYKYK), and this summer is full of some of the best tour lineups we've seen in a long time. Find it where you find podcasts. Tell somebody about it.द्वारा Seltzertime
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What's up with the TikTok ban? This conversation lead us down a road of "can a social media channel exist without advertisers?" and it got a little heated. What do you think? Should there be a social media platform that makes no money from advertisers? Listen. Like It. Share It. Part On.द्वारा Seltzertime
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This is probably the greatest podcast in the game. Travis gives us all the 411 on his newest project, Floaty Friends! Ricky is obsessed with tea and tells us about a Seth Rogan interview that changed his life recently. The guys also talk about Worcester, seltzer, and a bunch of other stuff. check it out. Tell a friend. Be rad.…
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This one gets a little spicy! Travis and Ricky are on different sides of the field when it comes to outdoor concerts ever being held at Polar Park in Worcester. Steve gives us the backstory on his proposal to his wife and how New Found Glory were involved, we talk about the Liquid Death iced teas, and probably a bunch more. Like, subscriber, party …
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IT'S ALL HAPPENING!!!! Worcester is getting a country festival and Nelly is the headliner! This is the cant-miss event of the summer. Have you guys been to Stogotz yet?! If not, you need to check it out. Travis was at the John Mulaney tapping (thanks Rob!!) in Boston and it was awesome...duh. Check it out. Share it. Subscribe to it.…
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So what's up with the No Jerks Network? We give a little more insight into what we think the night will look like at Redemption Rock Brewing. Travis fills us in on his recent trip to New Orleans, Ricky tried the new Liquid Death melon seltzer an thinks you need to try it too, and we talk about the only commercial that mattered during the big game. …
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We found our new obsession and its a Greek lemon lime soda. There is a new arcade off of June street that rules! We just dialed in what should be the new 711 (seven eleven? do they right it out?)campaign and we are now just waiting for their people to contact our people. Listen to the Kenny Chesney & George Straight song "Shift Work"Check it out. S…
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Is it a bad idea for Travis to fly to New Orleans after consuming a bunch of edibles? Yea, it is...but we talk it through! Pizza delivery girls, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, the cinematic masterpiece that is Meghan, and Ricky is in the middle of three months of not drinking thanks to a Midtown concert. Do you remember Flavor Of Love? Find out…
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Did you miss us? We recorded two podcast episodes back in November of 2022, but never really got around to dropping them. In this episode, we talk about some of the businesses that closed in Worcester's Canal District, Ricky's lack of respect for the Sex Pistols, and probably much more. We'll drop part two next week, duh.…
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We are back...again! Travis fills us in on his awesome trip to London to see Cave in (did you guys know there was a SOHO in London before there was a SOHO in New York City?!) and Ricky continues to complain about the Sex Pistols. Check it out, tell a friend, and crack open a seltzer!द्वारा Seltzertime
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In early 2022, Julie was named the new Executive Director of the CASA Project, a not-for-profit organization of Court Appointed Special Advocates that are committed to speaking for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Worcester County Courts. Julie comes from a family created primarily through foster care and adoption which ha…
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Robyn is a lifelong Worcester resident, with many years of experience in local and statewide projects and initiatives. She has an impressive career of supporting our community and working for and with the public directly. When Harriet Chandler announced she was stepping down, Robyn knew it was her time to step up. Come learn with us about why she’s…
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Adael is proud to be from Worcetser. He has been writing and creating for as long as he can remember. What started as an interest in hip hop has blossomed into the opportunity oof a lifetime. Following his graduation from Burncoat High, Adael joined the City's first Create 508 program, where he found a passion for developing youth artists and growi…
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Building a community, especially an artistic one takes the combined efforts of lots of people and groups. Few people understand Worcester’s particular creative community better than Nikki Erskine. Whether it’s through her leadership role with stART on the Street, Culture Beat - the radio show she co-hosts about local arts & entertainment on WICN, o…
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A lot is happening at 44 King St in Worcester, Massachusetts. Sha-Asia Medina, along with a group of amazing people, took ownership of a long-standing community space in the middle of the pandemic. Through hard work and tough conversations, they’re continuing to create a place for learning, love, and respect, better known as The Village. This Afroc…
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Kate Rush loves everything buttery but homestyle biscuits are her jam! She started making biscuits for friends as part of a pairing with Morgan’s Famous Gravy ™. Thanks to some stimulus cash from Uncle Sam and with the support of the Worcester Food Hub, she’s been able to take her biscuits on the road. We learn about the challenges of being a food …
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The Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts is dedicated to funding and supporting abortion access in Central Massachusetts and beyond. These group of amazing people lend their time and leadership to fielding calls for help, fundraising, training volunteers, thanking donors, collaborating with Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers, keeping up-…
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Despite what many think, Heartland Barber owner Josh Lovell did not start cutting hair straight out of the womb. First he was a kid, then he was an adult, then he tried being a kid again... Let’s just say he’s taken an interesting path that led him to own one of the coolest shops at all of Worcester. Find out how Josh built his business through the…
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Chris moved to Worcester in the middle of the pandemic to start a business that never got off the ground. Stuck in a new city without a lot of connections, he forced himself to adapt and network. In a short time he's gained collaborators and confidence and has been organizing and participating in artistic events since. Check out Chris on Instagram:…
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~ a Worcester variety show ~To subscribe, visit https://anchor.fm/solon-kelleher"Walk w/out Rhythm" is a series of interviews, music, skits, and sounds from Worcester ... the city known as "Woo," "Wormtown," and "Wistah."This show is hosted by Solon and brought to you in part by the Worcester Arts Council, the Mass Cultural Coalition, and Coney Isl…
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From vintage classics to the latest designs, Scoop Drip was made for the modern footwear enthusiast. Having started their store out of the trunk of a car, going wherever they needed to for the dream, they’ve been able to set up a brick & mortar store on Millbury St. Their business not only survived the pandemic, they were able to grow and continue …
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We’re celebrating spooky season with two bone chilling stories written by your hosts. Listen if you dare to tales of doomed doritos bags and a concert you can never escape. Grab a safety seltzer and come along for the fright of your life. We got the merch baby: https://seltzertimeofficial.com/merchListen, Like, Rate, Subscribe, Duh.…
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Alex Mazin and the rest of the team at Bud’s Goods and Provisions have been constantly pushing the boundaries of the cannabis industry since their opening last October. By communicating with their base clientele and keeping tabs on industry innovations, Buds continues to assert themselves as the best recreational dispensary in the area. Find out ho…
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Guillermo Creamer Jr. is running for Worcester City Council At-Large out of love for our city and deep commitment to increasing civic engagement among city residents, specifically with young and marginalized voices. As a co-founder of Pay Our Interns, a national nonprofit that has seismically shifted the internship realm throughout the United State…
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Sean Rose has accomplished a lot in two terms as District 1 City Councilor, but he feels like there is still more work to be done. That’s why he’s running for a third term, but this campaign season is unlike any he’s faced before. We talk about the importance of local government, set the record straight on some mistruths floating around, and learn …
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Well them seltzer boys are back at it again after a long summer break. Ricky and Travis talk about what they’ve been doing during their time off, Cover some of the stuff they missed while they were gone, and made plans to abandon the podcast and start a Taylor Swift cover band called bad blood. Just kidding…kind of. Check out the latest merch: http…
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In addition to being POW! WOW! Worcester 2021 artists Chroma Projects, AGAR & Brave Berlin are part of the BLINK Festival in Cincinnati, OH. We lead a conversation about the importance of public art, the impact it has on community and the need to keep pushing the artform all live at Redemption Rock in Worcester, MA. Check out the Blink Festival: ht…
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The service industry has been shaken up recently after a number of breweries and restaurants have been exposed for employee misconduct and mistreatment. Our friend Sarah Gibbons is one of the women that has spoken out and has taken a stand. We spill some tea on the beer scene, learn about some of her experiences, and talk about who’s doing it right…
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Ricky and Travis post up next to a campfire to discuss all the fun things happening around the city. They talk about some POW! WOW! Worcester happenings, and some vacation plans. Oh and they accidentally almost stole some pizza... Find us online: https://seltzertimeofficial.comListen, Like, Rate, Subscribe, Duh.…
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Memory Lame is a three-piece rock band from Worcester, MA. They offer a new take on some classic sounds, all while staying true to their roots. Available for christenings and elderly surprise parties, they will bring the rock anywhere it needs to go. Find Memory Lame on Bandcamp: https://memorylamema.bandcamp.comListen, Like, Rate, Subscribe, Duh.…
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Julia Moriconi is the owner and founder of Mrs. Moriconi’s Ice Cream, a frozen dessert experience that Worcester isn’t ready for. She is the epitome of hard work and determination and has had a full life of adventures that lead to this point. She is a passionate foul-mouthed lady that makes the sweetest product, and we couldn’t be more proud to cal…
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Former Jeopardy contestant, Brendan Sargent has far more to offer than answering trivia questions. Now that his goal of winning an episode of Jeopardy has been realized, Brendan has turned his attention to TikTok to build an audience with his humorous PBR history lessons. We talk about the almighty algorithm, how to keep creating content, and myste…
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Travis and Ricky catch up on a bunch of random happenings going around Worcester. They spend a little time on social media news and even talk about books! Did you know the guys could read? Wow! Then Ricky shares a couple stories from his Starbucks days including one where he told former Executive, Cliff Burrows, that he was too busy to talk. Be Les…
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DoughBoyz is both a first time food venture for recent WPI Grad, Just Amevor, as well as a social justice and sustainability foundation looking to help our underserved and hungry community. He is in the process of building out his DoughCart, essentially a Batmobile for pancakes, and getting ready to ramp up his dream into reality. Follow Justin’s J…
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We Just Don’t Hate Anything That Much - SeltzerTime Podcast #117 - Weekly Catch UpSay your prayers, little one, don't forget, my son, it’s Seltzer Time. Ricky and Travis catch up on stuff happening around Worcester, what they’ve been listening to, and they’re thoughts on Metallica. Ricky also shares a ridiculous story about bringing drums to The Jo…
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Kevin is a freelance journalist in Worcester, MA. He’s written deep dives about famous athletes, a woman in the wilderness of Maine who sells stuff made out of moose poop, a celebrity chef, professional skateboarders, and all the oddities between. He’s contributed to VICE, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Men's Journal, Deadspin, The New York Times, Boston …
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You read that right! Ya boy was ready for the jelly and put a ring on what he likes. Hear how he was able to pop the question without spoiling the surprise, and about the other ways he drastically changed his life the last two weeks. Travis talks about some design projects he’s been working on and the boys catch up on what they’ve missed the past w…
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Lauren Pray’s mission is to be a catalyst for collaboration and innovation in the cannabis industry. Through her alter-ego, The Cannabis Barbie, she’s furthering the conversation around cannabis and sharing information. She also hosts a podcast, runs multiple social media accounts, and is continuing to push herself and her skills all while stoned. …
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Clock Out is a 4-piece Hardcore Punk band from our beloved City. Due to obvious reasons, they haven’t been able to play shows in support of their most recent EP Life’s Lie, a six-track aggressive overload clocks in at just over 10 minutes. We talk about the bands that inspired their current sound, the best places to see hardcore music around, and g…
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Local Custodial Engineer and Stand Up Comedian Jimmy Cash is probably best known for his viral TikTok video, where he’s trying to clean up spilled milk with those bad paper towels we all had in school. We talk about what it’s like to get a viral video, the best ways to gain audience and attention, as well as a deep dive on the public perception of …
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Joe and Johanna Perazella are two children of the 80's. Raised on punk rock and skateboarding, they wanted to bring new life to a coffee shop in a growing community. By creating a coffee experience you won't get anywhere else, Perkatory Coffee Roasters will raise you from the grave! They are passionate about having a welcoming place for anyone, reg…
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Thu Nguyen is a lot of things. They are a Vietnamese refugee, artist, champion for the community, the Southeast Asian Coalition projects director, and now they are the first ever nonbinary candidate for city council in Worcester. Thu embodies the real American dream. Through hard work, persistence, and care for their peers, they have built quite th…
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Nick Panarelli has food service in his blood. He is a third generation restaurant owner that has branched out from the traditional Italian family recipes. Buck’s Whiskey & Burger Bar is a modern take on some American classics. They take pride in each plate they serve and each pint they pour. Nick offers a variety of uncommon whiskies that will knoc…
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Hustle + Worc’ is for the try harders, the do betters, and the self believers. They are clothes for those who bust their asses. The people that get up every day with a job to do, and don't rest until it's done. Clothing designed to look good while making it happen. What started as an idea became a series of shirts at Worcester Wares, and is now a f…
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Jesse Burlingame and Ben Bo were two of the funniest comics in the Worcester scene. But with the halting of in person shows and drastic change in their business, the two have taken to podcasting to both practice their craft and strengthen their personal brands. Once you get past the sex jokes and profanity, the two have an enchanting connection and…
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Resinate is a locally owned and operated, premium cannabis dispensary here in our wonderful city of Worcester, MA. Founder and CEO, Peter DeCaro and Marketing Director, Melissa Farrington talk with us about the themes behind their brand, the struggles of marketing a federally restricted product, and the real reasons why they’re in business. We love…
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Local photographer and Worcester lifer, George Annan, exudes happiness and positivity. When he’s not sipping a tall glass of Kool-Aid or shooting lifestyle photos for Converse or Bodega, George can be found hanging around a McDonalds parking lot and enjoying life. George talks about how he got his start, how he’s worked to get to where he is, and i…
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