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The 1980's are back, at least in our minds. This time around we rap re-issuing early Hip-Hop, dreams of meeting Lena Zavaroni, flying high in the US Air Force and slaming that one Polynesian pop group we loved.

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Author Lisa See comes Back by the Woodpile to talk about her new title The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, which centers around a Chinese ethinic minority woman’s destiny as tied to her people’s particular strand of tea, both sacred and highly sought after in the outside world. Added to this is the woman’s longing to find her lost daughter, adopted away on the other side of the planet in America. While digesting the story, we’ll get to learn a lot about tea, Chinese adoptees, identity and how to dance with happenstance.

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Trying to learn another language is frickin' hard! But since rocking along to sweet music ain't no chore, why not bop and cram at the same time? That's what we try to do by learning some of the key words of our favorite Spanish language songs by Carlos Vives, Kika Cayito y Mike, Tito Puente and Climaco Sarmiento. 

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Chilly fradulent fuzzy worms, Darwinistic romantic calculations, Salvation Army pickings, Cover Your Hind End Insurance...it's all here as Roxy Forest, Nick McNasty and Corey McFly wander around their hometown looking for cassingles, scratch-n-sniff stickers and their purpose in life!

 

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Snapshots into the lives of ordinary Chinese folk, ranging from doctors to students to the spiritually minded.

 

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The walls do speak- and sometimes wail- of which musicologist and tour guide Phil Pospychala can hear them. So on this episode of In the Corner Back by the Woodpile we talk jazz records, breweries, recording studios, the St. Valentines Day Masacre, Bix Beiderbech, Earl Hines, Black Patti Records, Fat Babies and so much more!

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Come to find out Gina McGaha is a lying tease! But she does put our heroes onto a mystery and cash reward involving someone wiping their filthy mouths on the brand new clothes featured at the Opossums and Pinafores boutique. Along the way they run into broken hearted and crusty footed teenagers, a journalist from Tiger Beat and local legend Filthy Fingers Farnsworths. All here on Legend of the Like Totally Epic Journey Quest!

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Corey McFly has finally cornered the iron pumping boyfriend of the object of his affection- Gina McGaha- on the town square lawn. This encounter somehow leads he, Roxy Forest and Nick McNasty into hiding in a Salvation Army dropbox, climbing fences to check out purported beauties, a hot pizza trivia battle and very powerful Sony Walkman. It's all here on Legend of the Like Totally Epic Journey Quest! 

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Philosophical banter, this time around inspired by the words of John Hughes spoken by Leah Thompson, Mary Stuart Masterson & Eric Stoltz via 1987’s Some Kind of Wonderful. Alienation, class envy, complacentcy in relationships and prejudice all get a look-see jaw-jack Back by the Woodpile!

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The crew are in town and have acquired some mysterious Scratch n Sniff stickers, cassingles and Rubiks cube. Corey McFly is ready to give his heart to Gina McGaha but he's first got to retrieve her class ring from Buddy Childress. Our hero is detirmined to do what it takes to snag the prize, whether it's rumbling with godless heathens, completing a bear claw recipe or protecting an innocent soda machine, with help of course from his comrades foxy Roxy Forest and nerdy Nick McNasty. 

 

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