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Pint & Click Podcast 49 Now Available!

On this episode of the Pint & Click Podcast, Dave, Tony and Jami discuss Won't You Be My Neighbor, a documentary about Fred Rogers, the man behind Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Have a listen below:

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Pint & Click Podcast 48 Now Available!

On this episode of the Pint & Click Podcast, Dave, Tony, Joel and Charlie discuss I'll Be Gone In The Dark, a true crime book written by the late Michelle McNamara, an in-depth investigation of a brutal crime spree committed in the 1970s and 1980s by an assailant known as the Golden State Killer. Have a listen below:

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Pint & Click Podcast 47 Now Available!

On this episode of the Pint & Click Podcast, Dave, Tony, Joel and Charlie discuss Kanopy, a streaming service available for free to all DPPL patrons and make several recommendations from the eclectic array of films offered by the service. Have a listen below:

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Pint & Click Podcast 46 Now Available!

On this episode of the Pint & Click Podcast, Dave, Jo and Charlie are joined by special guest Greg Alexander, also known as Professor Moptop, who you may have heard on his recurring segment Beatle University on WXRT's Breakfast With The Beatles. They discussed The Beatles' self-titled 1968 double album (commonly known as The White Album) in celebration of its 50th anniversary. Have a listen below:

During this episode, Charlie puts forth the bold proposition that The White Album could have and should have been a triple album and shares his alternate tracklisting. For your listening pleasure, we've put together a Spotify playlist that plays through this extended version, which you can hear below:

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