To learn about a new subject or to laugh so hard you’ll cry, plug in a pair of headphones and check out a podcast. Whether you’re working from home, starting a DIY project, or cooking a meal, listening to podcasts is a great way to keep yourself entertained while tackling a hands-on task. With apps like Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher, it’s easy to dive into a world of aural entertainment from the comfort of your 215 West apartment.
New York Times culture writers Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris do more than just tell you what’s cool — they tell you why. Bouncing back and forth from hot new number one singles to awards show snubs of three decades past, the hosts of Still Processing provide a pop culture fix that’s just as entertaining as the media they review.
My Brother, My Brother, and Me
Missing quality family time was what inspired brothers Justin, Travis, and Griffin McElroy to get together and start their comedy advice podcast My Brother, My Brother, and Me. Answering a mix of audience submissions and Yahoo! Answers questions, the brothers dispense hilarious advice you might not want to take too seriously. Can’t get enough of the McElroys? Indulge your inner nerd with their Dungeons & Dragons podcast The Adventure Zone.
Stuff You Should Know
Founded by the popular informational site HowStuffWorks, Stuff You Should Know is full of the type of fascinating facts that will have your friends asking you, “How do you know that?” Topics range from current events, like clean energy proposals, to offbeat history, like what really happened at Area 51, and even to general miscellany, like the strange history of soda fountains. Follow up this one with a game of Trivial Pursuit.
Cookies: A Basketball Podcast
Missing your favorite sports in the down season? The Bulls may be taking a breather, but for Ben Detrick, Jordan Redaelli and Andrew Kuo, hosts of Cookies: A Basketball Podcast, the game is alive and well. From hot takes on the latest in the NBA to guest comedians and athletes, every episode of Cookies is sure to be a slam dunk.
With this many podcast episodes to binge-listen, spending time in your apartment has never been this fun. For more information on a place to call home, contact us to learn more about 215 West Apartments.Back to all posts