Between Two Rocks

Between Two Rocks

A New Haven podcast featuring Between Two Rocks creator Josh Levinson and a variety of co-hosts and guests in a question-and-answer format exploring everything New Haven.

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November 22, 2021 70 min

Hive Hair Studio co-owners Jenna Vollono and Dan Lyon join Josh and co-host Shawn Murray to discuss running a business, hair, and mostly make fun of Josh.

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YouTube personality Philip Damico aka Volksgeist joins us to talk about being a YouTube celebrity. Is it great? Are there groupies? How much work is it maintaining such a sweet mustache? A hilarious and interesting episode from one of New Haven's own.

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October 12, 2021 70 min

Josh returns home after a month in Brooklyn. Shawn almost usurps the podcast. Colin remains Colin. We talk about New York City vs New Haven and what it means to be home.

Featuring:

Josh Levinson
Shawn Murray
Colin Ryan

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July 26, 2021 61 min

Jason Bischoff-Wurtle from the New Haven Museum joins us to talk about New Haven History. We learn about the most famous New Haven paintings, clocks, and corsets. Mostly clocks. So many clocks.

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Former New Haven guy Joe Tyman joins us to talk about what it was like being known as the guy who got hit by a car, what it's like booking music gigs, and what he misses most about New Haven.

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Clinical psychologist Elizabeth Rathbun joins us to talk about therapy, mental health, and how we can take care of ourselves. She also scolds Josh for his constant interruptions and we even get some helpful advice in there somewhere.

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February 1, 2021 78 min

Josh and Colin sit down (on ZOOM!) with Dr Richard Volkman to talk about philosophy, responsibility, and The Matrix.

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November 16, 2020 66 min
Director of Pizza, A Love Story Gorman Bechard joins us to talk about making documentaries, his favorite pizzas, and shares some of his favorite New Haven memories and places.
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September 15, 2020 74 min

Josh Levinson, Colin Ryan, Shaina Hotchkiss, and Shawn Murray sit down to talk about life since the pandemic. Highs and lows, goods and bad, what have our intrepid co-hosts been up to? Has it all been bad, or are there silver lining? Let's check in.

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February 18, 2020 70 min
Lucy Gellman (Arts Paper) and Thomas Breen (New Haven Independent) join us to talk about journalism in New Haven, how arts are represented in the media, as well as who our favorite (and least favorite) candidates are.
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January 14, 2020 74 min
Fistful of Jokes owner Andrew Morgan joins Shawn Murray and Josh to talk about the New Haven comedy scene, whether New Haven could support a comedy club, and who he wishes he could get to come to New Haven.
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December 10, 2019 80 min
Shaina Hotchkiss joins Colin Ryan in a very special episode interviewing the creator of Between Two Rocks, Josh Levinson. We talk about breakups, being single, comedy, generational trauma, depression, and what Josh's favorite joke is.
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November 18, 2019 65 min
JR Logan from MakeHaven joins us to talk about MakerSpaces, his favorite injuries, and Josh talks about Instagram drama with Three Sheets for no reason.
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Community Outreach Director Lee Cruz joins Josh and co-host Shawn Murray to discuss how we develop communities, push community projects over the finish line, and how many Instagram followers we all have.
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September 30, 2019 74 min
Kevin and Seth from Kawit! join co-host Shaina Hotchkiss to talk about running a pop-up Filipino restaurant. We discuss the challenges of finding a location, and Josh offers both a heartfelt apology to Seth as well as a totally pointless story.
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September 12, 2019 65 min
Rachel Liu joins us to talk about taking the plunge into full-time photography, how to make models comfortable, and what kinds of photography we hate.
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August 20, 2019 64 min
Steve and Henry from NewHaven.IO join us to talk about the New Haven tech community, how to get into the tech scene, and what our most hated programming languages are.
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August 6, 2019 58 min
CTYP Treasurer Sarah McQueen joins us to talk about making friends in a new city, CT Young Professionals Meetups, and how ratios work.
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July 15, 2019 63 min

SeeClickFix Founder and CEO Ben Berkowitz sits down with us to talk about working with governments, skateboarding, and what our cousins are up to. 

For more info on SeeClickFix check out www.seeclickfix.com

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June 19, 2019 64 min
Josh flies solo with the Masked Maniax, as we talk about the process of joining a vigilante bike gang, social justice, and who has the best thighs.
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