With the Browns finally finishing their disaster of a season, it’s time to take a breath and talk about some music and movies.
Holden Laurence is a talented guitar player for The Modern Electric, and he joins WFNY to discuss his new solo album, Wild Empty Promises.
Today, we discuss the lyrical prowess charting of 85 hip-hop artists, complete with an interactive infographic. Numbers are like buckets: They don’t lie.
A look at several top album lists of 2016 with an aggregation of who, through them all, comes out on top.
A look at WFNY’s coverage of the Browns in the NFL Draft, the Cavs’ chemistry headed into the second round, and a quick review of Drake’s “Views.”
Deadspin suggests that Jimmy Haslam never should have been approved to own the Cleveland Browns. It’s hard to argue otherwise.
Forget black Friday. Here are some videos to waste away the day.
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! Blah, blah, blah. I say “Happy Tuesday” every week, but during football season, it’s rarely actually a happy day. The hangover of Browns disappointment still lingers, we’re stuck in the doldrums of midweek blues, and now we don’t even have new music released on Tuesdays to make things better. Thanks, Obama! My
Well, hello there good people of WFNY. I hope this finds you well. Typically, these Monday morning While We’re Waiting…s expound a bit on whatever the Cleveland Browns did a day earlier while mixing in some brief—very brief—commentary on the Indians. But given that the NBA season is officially upon us and I tend to
Let me begin with a quick well wish to WFNY’s Andrew Schnitkey, who woke up yesterday with a nasty case of the flu that precluded him from writing in this space. All the best, Rock. Get back soon or goons like me will be running this place full-time. Happy Wednesday, Blawg Pound. I hope it’s
Dave hosted a first time guest tonight, Craig Lyndall (@wfnycraig). He was a bit nervous as his first time on the podcast, but he warmed up quite a bit as we went along. We discussed the following. Craig loves Justin Beiber and Martha Stewart. Young persons sports alliances When did you learn about football? High
Welcome to the final Wednesday of January 2015. This winter hasn’t been that bad, right? We probably have three more months of it to look forward to, but aside from a couple bad spells, I think we’ve been fairly fortunate in Cleveland thus far. I was in South Korea this time last year and have
Happy Wednesday, awaiters of next year. I hope that the glee from Ohio State’s victory over Oregon is still alive within you, and that yesterday’s work and/or school went by a little quicker for it. It was a fine win, a strong win, a forceful win, the total effects of which I may not be fully feeling
Sorry for the lack of podcasts this week, but I’m traveling for work. I just happened to be in Columbus though and had a chance to meet up with Andrew in person at my hotel. I looked pretty funny carting my podcasting gear through the hotel lobby, but whatever. Andrew and I had a chance
In the latest of our episodes discussing music, Craig and Andrew decided to take some time to talk about our favorite albums of all time. As always, these are just our own personal picks and not so much a declaration of the universal best albums of all time. With that in mind, we thus implore
First off, a warning. This is not a sports podcast. However, with things being kind of quiet in the sports world right now (it’s not like there’s a big game this weekend or anything, right?), and it being the weekend and all, Craig and I decided to try something a little different. One of both
‘Tis the season for Year-End Best of 2012 lists. Here at WFNY, we’re doing the Top Sports Stories of 2012, but in today’s podcast, Craig and I veered off sports a bit to talk about some of our favorite music of the year. We recognize that this only reflect our own personal interests, but we
Sports and Music. At first glance, I suppose neither one would appear to have too much to do with each other. In fact, in many instances, the two are antitheses of one another. Indeed, many musicians, particularly those in the indie rock scenes are viewed as cultural outsiders. They are the kids who didn’t fit
So we’re all pretty bummed out today, all in differing ways. So how do we cope? More so than a lot of things, music helps. MattC had a very poignant comment on Rick’s recap piece: Last year’s ECF loss was like dying of a sudden heart attack. This year’s loss was like watching a relative waste