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Talking about what's going down in America's Hometown.

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Talking about what's going down in America's Hometown.

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By Jello❤ - Mar 13 2020
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Absolutely fascinating to hear this New England history told in a witty and engaging way. Loved the hosts banter and I find myself wanting to visit these places. Fun, fascinating history told with humor, doesn't get better than that. Especially for a New Englander lol

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By Jello❤ - Mar 13 2020
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Absolutely fascinating to hear this New England history told in a witty and engaging way. Loved the hosts banter and I find myself wanting to visit these places. Fun, fascinating history told with humor, doesn't get better than that. Especially for a New Englander lol
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OldColonyCast

Latest release on Sep 24, 2020

The Best Episodes Ranked Using User Listens

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Rank #1: 50th Episode Celebration

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Hanna, Andy, and Fish celebrate the Old Colony Cast's 50th episode with a collection of trivia, history, and events surrounding America's Hometown.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

May 29 2020

1hr 30mins

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Rank #2: The Garden of Easton w/Tyler Jones

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Microgreen farmer Tyler Jones joins the show to talk about how a rare disease led to his start in gardening, different types of microgreens, and the importance of supporting local businesses.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society

Dec 12 2019

39mins

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Rank #3: Kalahari Biltong w/Tyler Noyes

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Just over a year in the making! Tyler Noyes is here to talk about Kalahari Biltong, including its local sourcing and curing, it being more than just a snack, selling your brand, and questionable marathon choices!

Apologies for any crinkling sounds during recording- there were snacks.

Intro music is "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Jun 14 2018

56mins

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Rank #4: Unsolved Hometown Mysteries

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Hanna, Andy, and Fish channel their inner Robert Stack and tell each other about a tall phantom stalking Provincetown, the biggest robbery no-one's ever heard of, and an abandoned body found in the dunes of Cape Cod.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

May 14 2020

1hr 3mins

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Rank #5: Community Preservation w/Bill Keohan

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Community Preservation Committee Chairman Bill Keohan, joins Andy to discuss his work, documenting the architectural history of Plymouth and bringing that history into the present.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

May 23 2019

36mins

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Rank #6: Tales of Burial Hill

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Hanna gathers the Midnight Society (Andy & Fish) and delves into the lore of Burial Hill, the historical cemetery located in downtown Plymouth.

Hanna would like to thank Laura for her contributions to this episode.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Mar 13 2020

46mins

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Rank #7: Plato's Harvest w/Farmer Dave

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Farmer Dave Purpura from Plato's Harvest in Middleboro joins Andy to talk about organic certification, the Plymouth Farmer's Market, and Community Supported Agriculture.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Jul 25 2019

39mins

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Rank #8: Brennan's Smoke Shop Ep. 12

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Jeff from Brennan's Smoke Shop talks about the history of Brennan's, the rise of recreational marijuana and its effect on tobacco, and Cuban Cigars.

Intro music is "Across the Line" by The Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

May 23 2018

47mins

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Rank #9: Introducing Hanna!

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We're here to get to know new co-host Hanna Gonsalves-Dowling and talk about why she's joining the show, her local roots, and her deep love of murder.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society

Feb 13 2020

22mins

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Rank #10: The Plymouth Cookbook w/Vanessa & Louisa

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Plymouth Cookbook editors Vanessa & Louisa join Andy to discuss building a cookbook with local chefs, planning a trip around food, and when a cup isn't a cup.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Sep 12 2019

46mins

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Rank #11: Animal Control w/Cassandra Thayer

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Cassandra from Plymouth Animal Control joins the show to talk about registering your chipped pets, pet adoption, rabies vaccination, turkeys, and Andy's rampant anti-cat bigotry.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by Wellington Sea Shanty Society

Jun 27 2018

52mins

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Rank #12: Don't Fear the (Carolina) Reaper w/David Flipp

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Andy and Boston Ballistic Hot Sauce founder David Flipp eat Carolina Reapers, the world record holding hot pepper, and struggle to discuss the world of superhot peppers.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Nov 14 2019

42mins

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Rank #13: From Separatists to Pilgrims

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Hanna, Andy, & Fish gather around the internet videoconference to talk about the Pilgrims before they were Pilgrims. We talk about their time in Scrooby, England, abandoning the women and children on the way to Holland, and the very extra Robert Cushman.

Hanna would like to cite "The Mayflower" by Kate Caffrey.

Intro music is "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Apr 09 2020

1hr 3mins

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Rank #14: The History of the Chocolate Chip Cookie

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We bring the two biggest things ever to come from Whitman come together, as Andy takes us through the short and conflicted history of the chocolate chip cookie.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Oct 24 2019

35mins

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Rank #15: Mayflower Part 2: What's a Jackscrew?

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Hanna, Andy, and Fish return to finish the story of the Mayflower. We talk about William Bradford's slapstick misadventures, the origin of the Billington Sea, and why they needed the jackscrew.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society

Apr 23 2020

1hr 7mins

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Rank #16: Wickford Art Festival

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Inebri-Art spent the weekend of July 7th & 8th at the Wickford Art Festival in Rhode Island, where we talked to musician Tyler Brock from Kinston Throwdown, festivalgoer & friend of Inebri-Art Stewart Adam, musicians & music from the Scruffy Aristocrats, artists Lawrence O'Leary Jr., Kelsey Merkle, & Jeremy Schilling, Wickford Art Association Scholarship winners Kailyn D'Elena, Erin Turnbull, and Shannon McNeiece, and Festival Director Francie Christophersen.

Intro & interstitial music are from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Jul 11 2018

57mins

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Rank #17: Plymouth Public Library w/Bill & Noelle

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The Plymouth Public Library's Bill Petrillo and Noelle Poremski sit down to talk about the Arts & Crafts Festival being held on August 11th, and the Library's increasing focus on the arts.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Jun 28 2019

35mins

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Rank #18: Plymouth Rock, Revolutionary War Hero

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Andy and Fish considered Plymouth Rock to be a disappointment of a tourist attraction. Hanna is here to explain why they're wrong. She tells them about the Rock's origin and its critical role in the American Revolution!

Feb 27 2020

47mins

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Rank #19: Craft Beer Cellar w/Tatum Stewart

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Originally recorded in March 2017 as an episode of the Inebri-Art Podcast, Andy sits down with Tatum Stewart of the Craft Beer Cellar in Plymouth to talk about what's new in beer (or was then), being a part of both the Plymouth and craft beer communities, and her ideal six-pack.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society.

Apr 12 2019

55mins

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Rank #20: Craft Media w/Steve Hall

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Steve Hall, owner of Craft Media Inc. & Plymouth Area Events, joins the show to talk about his event planning and social media company and the events they run all year in Plymouth.

Intro music is from "Across the Line" by the Wellington Sea Shanty Society

Mar 28 2019

54mins

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