Long-time listeners will be relieved to hear from Jennifer Dickquist, founding partner of JD Law, the official law firm of the Drinking Partners. Ms. Dickquist offers legal advice from the opening segment, sharing real tips to Ed, Day, and everyone tuning in. Curious about the oddest legal situation that the Drinking Partners have found themselves in? For Day, it was jaywalking, and for Ed, it was for waiting for a friend outside a club. Their playful admissions lead to a serious conversation about the racial inequalities prevalent throughout the judicial system. More, Attorney Dickquist offers tips on how best to navigate through to ensure the best outcome. Around the midway point, Ed and Day let the jokes loose, sharing tales of criminality in hilarious ways. For her part, Ms. Dickquist shares her own stories of some of her more memorable cases. An important, information-filled interview that shines a light on the legal system. Find Jennifer Dickquist at www.jdlawpa.com and learn more about her law practice and specialties.
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Clara Kent, a multidimensional artist, joins Ed and Day in the newest Drinking Partners podcast release. This soul-filled musician reflects on her newest collaboration project Tribe Eternal, a musical collective that aims to have a “rippling effect through our community and the world.” Proving her versatility, Ms. Kent explores her sounds, both as an individual and within Tribe Eternal. Or, as Ed says, Ms. Kent can “go from the r & b to the wobblety wobble.” From a thoughtful discussion of Ms. Kent’s voice and range to an examination of the influences in her solo project Aura, all avenues are explored with depth, truth, and lots of humor. From impromptu beats to the trio’s playful roasting of current musicians, the interview has something for everyone as Ms. Kent adds a natural and genuine vibe to the Drinking Partners mood. The closing minutes delve even deeper into music, both the industry and the r & b genre. Listen until the end to hear Ms. Kent (and Ed) freestyle. To hear more from Clara Kent, visit her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/iamclarakent/.
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Friend and guest host of the Drinking Partners, Dan Dongilli, revisits the studio to talk about his newest endeavor: Cloud Cryotherapy. As the name suggests, this new business in the Strip District offers Pittsburgh’s only cryotherapy treatment, which Ed and Day can’t seem to understand. Dan explains the anti-inflammatory results of the three-minute, -200 degrees session, combining the science behind the therapy in a way that listeners will be able make more sense of than the Drinking Partners, whose imaginations get the best of them when trying to picture the cryotherapy experience. Dan does a great job explaining how the treatment is beneficial for everyone, not just athletes, which makes Ed and Day examine their own health choices. What began as an alternative for auto-immune disorders and inflammation has expanded to include a range of treatments in a non-invasive and pharmaceutical-free way. True to themselves, Ed and Day interrupt with their own takes on cryotherapy, from requesting extra nitrogen to wondering about withdrawal. Dan happily addresses all their concerns, probably because he knows the Drinking Partners well enough to have known what to expect. A classic Drinking Partners interview, mixed with lots of information and even more jokes. Find out more about Cloud Cryotherapy: www.cloudcryo.com.
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The Drinking Partners don’t wait long to get into their verbal shenanigans in the newest podcast release. As only Ed and Day can manage, they make a debate about work “etiquette” definitely NSFW. By the time that Becky Zajdel and Adam Longwill of HackPittsburgh join the fun, the Drinking Partners are admittedly drunk. As Pittsburgh’s oldest maker space, HackPittsburgh offers a cooperative environment for members to come together and combine talents and skills in an educational, collaborative way, in addition to hosting events for the public. By sharing tools, skills, and ideas, the group offers a fully unique opportunity for its members to grow and learn in this exceptional DIY + community approach. From sewing and crafts to CPR certification and welding to electronics and woodworking (and many deviations in between), HackPittsburgh can expand anyone’s skillset, as Ed and Day learn. However, Ed is concerned what skill he can offer before it is suggested that he might be able to master the “soft arts.” This latest Drinking Partners interview highlights Ed and Day at their bests while also shining a light on one of Pittsburgh’s most promising organizations. To find out more about HackPittsburgh, learn about their public events, or to join the group, visit: https://hackpgh.org or check them out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HackPgh/.