Gen X Needs a Spokesperson

Baby boomers may be the most ‘famous’ generation. Maybe that’s because it is one of the largest, in terms of number of people in that age range. Or maybe it’s because they

Need Something Different?

Last month, we discussed the unique combination of comedy and true crime in podcasting. Call it a coincidence, divine intervention, or whatever the heck you’d like to, but displayed front and center

UTR: Comedy Bang Bang

  After an entire weekend at CrimeCon, I needed something to listen to other than true crime on my drive home from Las Vegas. Don’t get me wrong: the event and especially

Tell Me a Joke!

For those of you who happened to enjoy our recent four-part series on the True Crime Category, you will love this bonus article on Comedy and True Crime. Call it the unofficial

UTR: My Year in Mensa

  Mildly amusing and quite clever—a good synopsis of the sometimes-funny-but-always-intriguing My Year in Mensa. This is another example of a show that falls under comedy simply because the host is a

Gin & Toxic’s Christina Harris

Living in your 20s can be challenging in this day and age. Living in New York City has probably always been challenging. Living in your 20s in New York City can also

UTR: The Wicked Funny Podcast

  Comedy podcasts are supposed to make you laugh, right? When taking over this category in late 2021, I thought it would create a nice balance from the often-harsh world of true

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