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The Musical Innertube

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The Musical Innertube

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Recent Episodes

The Musical Innertube - Blast from the Past - Dr. Seema Khosla

March 28, 2023

Here we are, a couple of weeks into DST, and a lot of us are still frazzled by the time shift. What sleep doctor Seema Khosla said last year still holds true: it's normal to be frazzled, and the shift should end!

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 95 - Julie Urban

March 21, 2023

They're pretty, they're everywhere, they destroy vineyards. They're spotted lanternflies, and entomologist Julie Urban is working to get this pest under control. Until then, the best way to control them is to squish them!

Guest: Julie Urban

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 94 - Scott Lauber

March 14, 2023

Baseball will look differerent this year. Pitchers and batters are on a time clock, infielders can't shift, and more! Scott Lauber, baseball writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, tells us how this will affect the game.

Guest: Scott Lauber

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 93 - Sam Adams

March 7, 2023

And the Oscar goes to...? Movie critic Sam Adams looks over the nominees, addresses the screen vs. stream problem, and reminds us that it's really just a trade show with golden statues.

Guest: Sam Adams

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 92 - Cheryl Clark

Feb. 28, 2023

So, if you're on Medicare, why do you need a Medicare Advantage plan? (Fill in the celebrity name) says I do! Medical journalist Cheryl Clark takes us on a trip through a very convoluted medical maze.

Guest: Cheryl Clark

The Musical Innertube - Blast from the Past - David Zucchino

Feb. 21, 2023

Little known fact: the elected government of Wilmington, NC, was overthrown by terrorists "by the ballot and the bullet" in 1898. David Zucchino told the story in his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Wilmington's Lie."

Recent Blog Posts

Climbing for a Cause

Frequent Innertube guest Julie McKelvey is preparing for the mountain climb of her life -- and you can help her make that climb count for even more! …

Musical Innertube Blog: Olivia's Award Nominations

Singer/songwriter - and Musical Innertube guest - Olivia Farabaugh has been nominated for two major Central Pennsylvania Music Awards! Plus: see the vide…

Joy to the Burg!

Hi!  Don here!  Hey, if you haven't already, give a listen to our latest episode, Joy to the Burg: The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 83…