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Chris Kamler joins Andrew to reminisce on the Royals. Chris is @TheFakeNed on Twitter, a Twitter account with almost 18,000 followers. He was just voted best Twitter personality by The Pitch Magazine. Chris talks about what it’s like being @TheFakeNed, what the past two Royals post-seasons have meant to the city, and muses on Sungwoo Lee. Chris also gives us the latest on the development of the Sungwoo movie.
In the second half, Chris and Andrew discuss the “Burnt Legend” Web Series on Flatland KC; cycling on Line Creek Trail in Platte County; Stockyards Brewing in the West Bottoms; and the Tour De BBQ, Kansas City’s tastiest bike race.
Other things we talked about: Arthur Bryant’s Barbeque, Smokin’ Guns BBQ, Jack Stack Barbeque, Oklahoma Joe’s BBQ, Woodyard BBQ, Epic Cycle, Up-Down Arcade Bar, BB’s Lawnside BBQ, and The Season 1 Podcast @season1pod.
“Burnt Legend” – Can be found at https://www.flatlandkc.org/topics/digital-series/burnt-legend
Please visit www.kamlerbook.com for information on how to purchase Chris’ book “The Silence, The Series, and The Season of SungWoo.”
Pete Dulin joins Andrew to talk all things Kansas City Beer. Pete is the author of “The KC Ale Trail” and the new book “Kansas City Beer: A History of Brewing in the Heartland.” Pete talks about KC during prohibition, the founding of Boulevard, and what the new breweries in town can learn from Boulevard’s early days.
In the second half Pete and Andrew talk about “The Chicken and Pickle” a hybrid chicken restaurant with pickleball courts in North Kansas City; Ciders at the Louisburg Cider Mill and KC Wineworks; musician and entertainer Lonnie McFadden; and the tasting room for Green Dirt Farm and Terra Vox winery in Weston.
Please visit www.petedulin.com for information on how you can buy Pete’s Books.
Other things we talked about: Boulevard Brewing; Stockyards Brewing, Cinder Block Brewery, Dunn Cider Mill, Border Brewing Company, Crane Brewing Company, J. Rieger & Co. Spirits, Calibration Brewing, Torn Label Brewing Company, and Brewery Emperial.
Welcome to your new favorite Kansas City Podcast. Here’s how it works.
What’s Up Kansas City is a podcast dedicated to discovering the most interesting people and best things to do in Kansas City. Each week we will interview a guest who is part of the fabric of the Kansas City Culture: thought leaders, business leaders, politicians, journalists, authors, chefs, artists, techies, bartenders, celebrities, and maybe even Uber drivers.
There are two parts to each episode. First, Andrew will talk with the guest about their Kansas City story–what they do and what they are doing to make this town the great place that it is. In the second part, Andrew and the guest will each bring up two things that you, the listener, need to know about in Kansas City: Things that are up-and-coming, things that are about to break, or things that you may not know about or may have missed in the City.