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Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Katie F-S and Becky Lowry. Both performances come from Season 2, Volume 1, on the topic of Dinosaurs. Katie spoke on the topic of The Wenatchee Pterodactyl, and Becky spoke on the topic of Dinosaur as Pejorative. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker is Shannon Jackson. The podcast host is Greg Harries.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jackson. Episodes are recorded, edited, produced, and hosted by Greg Harries.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or your preferred podcatching program.

Direct download: The_Encyclopedia_Show_Omaha_-_Episode_22_-_Katie_F-S_and_Becky_Lowry.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:12am CDT

Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. Both performances come from Season 1, Volume 7, on the topic of Mythical Beasts. Andrew spoke on the topic of Mongolian Death Worms. Katie spoke on the topic of The Golem. We'll also be wrapping up the show with the final judgment for Volume 7. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker is Shannon Jackson. The podcast host is Greg Harries.

A brief warning: the final judgment has some...audience interaction. It gets rowdy, there are swears. If you're listening with young children, tune out before that happens.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jackson. Episodes are recorded, edited, produced, and hosted by Greg Harries.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or your preferred podcatching program.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.


Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Scott Working and All Young Girls Are Machine Guns. Both performances come from Season 1, Volume 7, on the topic of Mythical Beasts. Scott spoke on The Kraken, while All Young Girls... performed and informed on Sirens. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jackson

To hear more of All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, check out the new album Here's Hopin' Tomorrow Never Comes on iTunes and Amazon MP3.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jackson. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Harries.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or your preferred podcatching program.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.


Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Dave Homan and Brad Hoshaw. Both performances come from Season 1, Volume 7, on the topic of Mythical Beasts. Dave educated the audience on the Dire Genus of Animals, while Brad Hoshaw performed and informed on The Yeti. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies. And be sure to stay up-to-date with these performers. Dave Homan is a local game designer, and one of the funniest people on Twitter. Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies can be followed on Facebook.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.

Direct download: The_Encyclopedia_Show_Omaha_-_Episode_19_-_Dave_Homan_and_Brad_Hoshaw.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:17pm CDT

Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature three performances from Sam Cook, Andrew Ek, and Beatrice Duncan & Diane Kirchner. All of these performances come from Volume 6, Vice Presidents. Sam spoke on the sub-topic of Dan Quayle, Andrew spoke on Andrew Johnson, and Beatrice and Diane performed a song on the sub-topic of Al Gore, with the special assistance of an...interpretive dancer. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.


Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature an absolutely massive episode, featuring performances from Doug Hayko, Fernando Montejano, Greg Jaxies, Dan Leaman, and David Jarvis. All of these performances come from Volume 5, The Future. Doug spoke on the sub-topic of Mortality, Fernando on Hoverboards, Greg on Replicators, Dan on The Technological Singularity, and David on Jetpacks. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.

Direct download: Encyclopedia_Show_Omaha_-_Episode_17_-The_Future.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:46am CDT

Hello, and welcome to a New Timey Podcast Network Special Presentation, the Final Bouts of Louder Than a Bomb Omaha, 2012.

A bit of background, Louder Than a Bomb is a poetry competition generated and curated by the Nebraska Writers Collective. Over the first three months of 2012, talented poets and writers worked with 12 area high schools to grow and coach slam poetry teams, which then had a eight-round competition in April to narrow the field to just four teams.

The four finalists were Bellevue West, Creighton Prep, Duchesne Academy, and Lincoln High School, who then met at Creighton University's Harper Center in front of a capacity crowd of 500 people and a live-streaming audience of hundreds more to battle for poetic supremacy.

As the live hosts Matt Mason and Andrew Ek say, though, it's not about the points. It's about the poetry. And the poetry on display here is just phenomenal.

Thank you so much for listening. If you like what you hear, share it, review it on iTunes, and if you can, donate to support The Nebraska Writers Collective via the Louder Than a Bomb website. Your donations may even support New Timey's future development and growth with this project.

To subscribe to all future updates of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha podcast, drag this link into iTunes or your preferred podcasting software.


Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Shay Valentine and Andrew Ek. Both performances come from Volume 4: Explosives. Shay's sub-topic is The Acme Corporation, and Andrew's sub-topic is The Tunguska Event. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.

Direct download: Encyclopedia_Show_Omaha_-_Episode_16_-_Shay_Valentine_and_Andrew_Ek.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:31pm CDT

Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Shukura Z. Huggins and Andrew Bailie. Both performances come from Volume 4: Explosives. Shukura's sub-topic is Human Cannonballs, and Andrew's sub-topic is Supernovae. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

If you'd like to find news from Andrew Bailie's band, Moscow Mule, you can find them on Facebook and listen to and purchase their music on Bandcamp.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.


Welcome to another episode of The Encyclopedia Show Omaha Podcast. This week we feature performances from Denise Chapman, J. Richard Thomas, and Michael Campbell. All three performances come from Volume 4: Explosives. Denise's sub-topic is Spontaneous Human Combustion, J. Richard Thomas' sub-topic is IEDs, and Michael Campbell's sub-topic is Air Strikes. The live performance hosts are Katie F-S and Andrew Ek. The live performance fact-checker and podcast host is Shannon Jaxies.

The Encyclopedia Show is a concept originated by Robbie Q. Telfer and Shanny Jean Maney in Chicago, Illinois. It is a live monthly spoken word and poetry event, each performance consisting of an encyclopedia topic split into several sub-topics, each tackled by a different artist or group of artists from the city. The performances of each sub-topic are fact-checked by a representative from The Institute for Human Knowledge and Hygiene.

The Omaha performances are organized and hosted by Andrew Ek and Katie F-S. The Omaha fact checker is Shannon Jaxies. Episodes are recorded, edited, and produced by Greg Jaxies.

You can find additional information for the original Chicago incarnation of The Encyclopedia Show here, and the Omaha incarnation is on Facebook here, and on Twitter here.

There won't be a live performance of The Encyclopedia Show in Omaha this month, but you can see the hard coaching work of Andrew Ek and Katie F-S at work at next week's Louder than a Bomb. It's a twelve-school slam poetry smackdown, featuring teams of high school poets from Omaha and Lincoln. You can find all the information about the preliminary and final rounds at this link.

You can subscribe to the show by dragging this link into iTunes or the program of your choice.