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25 for 25: episode 2011

Rich Aucoin goes behind the music for We're All Dying To Live and Stephanie Johns prints a curse word on our cover.

Jacob Boon Oct 22, 2018 11:08 AM
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This week on the podcast, all-around awesome person Rich Aucoin (one of the tallest people Tara knows) is with us talking about his triumphant year in 2011; headlining the Pop Explosion and releasing his long-awaited album, We're All Dying To Live.

Then, arts editor Stephanie Johns is back with stories of outrage from the one time The Coast printed a swear word on its cover. It's pretty fucked up.

All this plus the city hits peak scandal, the sleepwatcher is big news, Babylady disappears, we debate James Franco's stardom and The Coast apologizes to Stan Kutcher. This is a good one, folks!


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