In this week’s episode Greg Goldman and Natalie DeHart join Todd and Tony to talk about 10 years of taking the good side of fun and amplifying it.
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It’s been awhile sine we spoke about podcasting on this show. Mostly because we feel like you either listen or you don’t. This week, however, Todd and Tony (along with guest co-host Greg) talk about what separates this show from the others and
In this episode (although it does go a little off the rails) Todd and Tony tackle the upsides of visiting the beach in March, including winning the weather lottery, not having to wait for a seat in the better restaurants and the St. Patrick’s D
In this episode Todd and Tony take a look at the problems of the from her/come here debate and talk a little bit about tribalism, the economy and how, before too much longer, it won’t matter at all.
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On this episode Todd and Tony talk about the sweet spot for enjoying this Hallmark Holiday. They know there’s a little hate that sometimes surrounds the Valentine’s Day but you don’t have to buy a card. Hell, you don’t HAVE to do anything, but
This episode Todd and Tony are joined by Greg Goldman to talk about some of their favorite side hustles.
Employment can be spotty off season, especially in a resort area, but tons of people here have side hustles to get them through. The solu
In this episode, Todd and Tony are joined by Greg Goldman to talk about the best ways to spend New Year’s Eve whether you’re at the beach or elsewhere.
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In this episode Todd and Tony get at the reason chain restaurants are the worst places to go on vacation and what eating local food says about an area. They also unpack the uncanny valley aspect of chain restaurants and, (of course) make an a
A year is a pretty big thing. In this episode, Todd and Tony try and reimagine the best way to approach New Year’s Resolutions and talk about different things they’ve tried and failed at, and some of their successes as well.
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Celebrity sightings aren’t that unusual at the beach, especially given that it’s a resort and famous people go on vacation too. In this episode Todd and Tony relate some stories and insights expanding upon the previous selfie etiquette episode
In this episode, Todd and Tony discuss the benefits and challenges involved in owning and using a self-driving car here at the beach. It isn’t just that traffic here goes from no one on the road to gridlock over the course of a couple weeks eac
On this episode Todd and Tony take a look at tribute bands, which are a particular phenomenon here at the beach.
Just about a decade ago a friend took me to a heavy metal show. It was one of those “Monsters of Rock” kind of events with a bunch
There’s something significantly different about celebrating Halloween in a resort. First off, resorts are bar-heavier than most other places. It isn’t that there are more bars as a percentage, only that bars (and restaurants) are a significant
Are “desert island questions” are worth answering and asking?
We long have wondered what “Desert Island Questions” are for. Ostensibly they’re conversation starters but, when you think about it, they’re really an opportunity to argue for the
Sometimes the comments section can make you better, but usually it’s just a way to make yourself feel a little more miserable.
This episode, we talk about selfie and photo etiquette on vacation. Or at least that was the premise we started at.
Novelty tee shirts really are worn by good people at their worst.
In this episode we deal with the difficulty of novelty clothing. Sometimes when you’re on vacation you buy an item that you think is funny. Even on the outside chance that you’r
What’s the matter with girly drinks? On one level, there’s nothing inherently wrong with the concept. Girly drinks are the pretty, fruity occasionally sugary drinks that kind of stop the show at bars. Typically, Cosmopolitans, Grasshoppers and
Living in communities sometimes means bumping up against different personalities. Disputes are bound to arise. The big this week is: When should you call the cops on your neighbor?
The answer probably is never, but Todd and Tony hash out a cou
Dogfish Head’s Dan Ryan brought a couple of beers to the show and held a clandestine beer tasting during which he slipped back into character.
Dan loves talking about beer. On the face of it, that seems to make sense, but the beer and talking
A note on the photo: It’s a little blurry because Todd was trying to jump to our guest’s height. He didn’t succeed.
This week guest Ferdie Aunon talks about his personal connection to one of the astronauts on the International Space Station a
Wherein Todd talks gold course health, Tony talks alt-burgers, and Sr. Real Estate Correspondent Greg Goldman guests.
Without a doubt, when you have to choose between a local business and a national (or even international) one, you will withou
One of the things Todd and Tony concern themselves with when they’re not goofing off is how to incorporate social media into their work lives in such a way that they don’t know they’re at work. It’s really one of the main things they do. But b
Natalee DeHart joins Todd and Tony to talk about midsummer shenanigans, dealing with the marketing side of resort living, kids in the office and why being part of the larger community matters.
Todd DeHart and Tony Russo interview people who wo
Zac Warner, who runs Bethany Blues in Bethany Beach pops by to talk summertime madness at the beach with Todd and Tony.
Zac talks about how the restaurant has been going the extra yard with allergy requests, keeping the bourbon selection fresh