Neighbors: Chimes, A Shrine, And a Cabinet Shop: Listener Questions Elicit Surprising Revelations

Neighbors: Chimes, A Shrine, And a Cabinet Shop: Listener Questions Elicit Surprising Revelations

Jakob breaks from his usual format to sit down with his editor Mack Linebaugh and answer your questions. You’ll find out why he started the podcast, his favorite episode, and what’s up with those windchimes. Also Jakob calls back one question asker which led to an epic check-in with the subject of the recent “Dog Trap” series—Joel Rice.

The shows editors are Mack Linebaugh and Anita Bugg. Music in this episode by Nate Henricks.

Show Notes:

Early on Jakob made 3 sonic id’s for Neighbors, but ultimately never used them because they were too much like Radiolab’s sonic id.

Sonic ID #1:
Sonic ID #2:
Sonic ID #3:

Here’s a link to the next Neighbors House Party.

Jakob with Joe Hunter “The Tuba Man”

Here’s the old Neighbors theme song “Mashed Potatoes”.

Here’s the This American Life episode Jakob was listening to when he decided to quit his job and make a podcast.

Jakob went to the Transom Story Workshop on Cape Cod. And he’s actually the Teaching Assistant for an upcoming Transom Traveling Workshop in Nashville, TN in Jan of 2019.

Photos of Joel’s shrine at Jim Warren skate park in Franklin, TN.

hawk statue, safari hat, note from Joel. Photo by Stumblebee

the note from Joel

Jakob texted Carson “Stumblebee” and he said he went back to get the hawk statue and it was gone.

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