An episode all about TV.
Brightest Young Things has been informing D.C. where to go and what to do for the last 11 years. BYT Radio will discuss big stories from our online magazine and give our Best Weekend Bets. Time is money. Spend it well.
Allison Lane joins the show to talk about the effect of the shutdown on the restaurant and her experience with group hosing. It all ties together somehow.
Our Gender Bender of the Week writer joins us to kick off the new year. Unrelated, a new social media site that doesn't allow Nazis would be nice.
DC9 is swimming in trash the next two weeks. We speak with Lauren McGrath to find out why. Related, stop using straws.
The musician behind our theme song, Baby Bry Bry, joins the show to discuss tonight's Slow Love show at Black Cat and Baby Bry Bry & Friends Friday show at Songbyrd.
If you're a musician, please release your music.
A conversation with Alexis Bloom focused on her new documentary on Roger Ailes. The film, in theaters December 7, 2018, covers the media behemoth's rise from The Mike Douglas Show in the 60s to his drawn out downfall from Fox News and the public sphere in 2016.
Ella Hunt stars as Anna in the upcoming "Anna and the Apocalypse," a holiday/zombie film that should please the "Shaun of the Dead" fan that wants more holiday joy.
Kevin Tit is the host of Punk House Comedy and a member of Chill Parents. The next Punk House Comedy is Friday, November 23 at Songbyrd. Chill Parents next show is Saturday, December 1 at St. Stephens.
The LINE DC is celebrating Benjamin Banneker’s birthday this weekend. Banneker was a profound astronomer and almanac author who worked alongside Thomas Jefferson for racial equality and is referenced throughout the LINE’s event spaces. The hotel is partnering with historian Dawne Langford to re-create versions of Banneker’s Mid-Atlantic Almanacs.
BYT's inaugural true crime fest, Death Becomes Us, is this weekend at the Lisner Auditorium. Solid State Books is our bookseller for the fest. We chat with bookstore co-owner Jake Cumsky-Whitlock about the popularity of the bloody genre.
Thursday, October 25 is World Pasta Day. We're using the 'holiday' to chat with Chef Michael Friedman of The Red Hen, one of D.C.'s best places to eat pasta. We also give our Best Weekend Bets and Chef walks us through two dishes. New show music from Slow Love.