Ep. #39: Like the Time I Got Fired From Camp for Rocking Too Hard (w/ Sara and Sam Richardson)

Sara and Sam Richardson met each other at camp, and had so much fun they decided to travel around the country visiting various camps and making a documentary film about it. They join to talk about the differences and similarities between Christian and Jewish camps, the craziness that comes from being in a Christian metal band, and … Continue reading Ep. #39: Like the Time I Got Fired From Camp for Rocking Too Hard (w/ Sara and Sam Richardson)

Ep. #33: Camp Movie Night – Camp Nowhere Edition

Movie night is a staple of the summer camp experience. But how well do movies (and other forms of entertainment) portray the camp experience? Joined by our friends Benji Orlansky and Herschel Bleefeld, we watched the 1994 classic movie Camp Nowhere to find out what camp would be like if teenagers created a summer camp all to themselves … Continue reading Ep. #33: Camp Movie Night – Camp Nowhere Edition

Ep. #32: Like The Time I Got To Play In The Upper Senior Basketball Game (w/ Seth Davis)

Nowadays Seth Davis is an esteemed sportswriter, currently one of the faces we see every March during CBS' coverage of March Madness (as well as the executive editor of soon-to-launch CBB site The Fieldhouse). But growing up, Seth was a camper like you and me, spending his summers at Camp Equinunk in Pennsylvania. His time … Continue reading Ep. #32: Like The Time I Got To Play In The Upper Senior Basketball Game (w/ Seth Davis)

Ep. 30: Like the Time I Asked Out Every Girl at Camp (w/Jason Sattler)

Sometimes if you feel like you don't fit in, you end up on the sidelines making fun of all the perceived cool kids. Perhaps that experience helped shape the comedic voice of Jason Sattler, aka @LOLGOP on Twitter, who takes some time out of his busy schedule roasting the embattled leaders of the free world and fighting … Continue reading Ep. 30: Like the Time I Asked Out Every Girl at Camp (w/Jason Sattler)

Ep. 29: Like the Time Camp Was Ruined by an Electric Razor (w/ Stephanie Butnick)

Deputy editor of Tablet Magazine and co-host of the popular 'Unorthodox' podcast Stephanie Butnick joins Micah to discuss her time at Camp Point O' Pines, break down the differences between Jewish camps and camps for Jews, and share a harrowing story of a summer gone wrong thanks to an electric razor (or few). Take a … Continue reading Ep. 29: Like the Time Camp Was Ruined by an Electric Razor (w/ Stephanie Butnick)

Ep. 28: Like the Time I Had A Threesome at Camp…Sort of (w/Lindsay Fram)

Noted sex educator Lindsay Fram is back to dish on the latest from the frontlines of gender and sexuality at summer camps. Plus we discuss the definition of "Camp Hot", our favorite camp cheers, the best way to spend a day off, and of course, Lindsay's super-mature Shabbat Walk threesome (spoiler alert - it's not … Continue reading Ep. 28: Like the Time I Had A Threesome at Camp…Sort of (w/Lindsay Fram)

Ep. 27: Like The Time We Found Out What Camp Directors Do In The Winter (w/Macy Hart and Ron Klotz)

With summer camps in full swing, we talk to longtime directors Macy Hart (father of Micah) and Ron Klotz about their years running camps in Mississippi and Indiana and how they got ready for each summer. We learn about how they got involved in the camping world, the funniest postcards ever sent home from camp, … Continue reading Ep. 27: Like The Time We Found Out What Camp Directors Do In The Winter (w/Macy Hart and Ron Klotz)

Ep. 26: Like the Time the Director Was an NFL Quarterback (w/ Jay Fiedler)

 Every camp is special, but not every camp can boast the former quarterback for the Miami Dolphins as camp director! Longtime NFL signal caller Jay Fiedler joins Micah and Sara to talk about leading Brookwood Camps in upstate NY and his summers growing up at Camp Lenni Lenape, as well as the similarities and differences … Continue reading Ep. 26: Like the Time the Director Was an NFL Quarterback (w/ Jay Fiedler)

Ep. 24: Like That Time I Made a Movie About Camp (w/Micah Barber & Tony Faia)

Austin-based filmmakers Micah Barber and Tony Faia didn’t go to camp together, but they did make a movie about a young boy who escapes from his lonely summer camp in the magical “Into the Who Knows”. In our conversation with them, we hear stories from Micah’s days at band camp (where he played the french … Continue reading Ep. 24: Like That Time I Made a Movie About Camp (w/Micah Barber & Tony Faia)

Ep. 23: Like That Time I Made a Big Mistake (w/Mike Sacks)

On this week’s episode, we talk to Mike Sacks - author, comedy writer, and host of the podcast, “Doin’ it with Mike” - about his summers at Camp Airy and Camp Seagull in the 80s.  Despite his tough exterior, Mike turns out to be quite the sentimental camp philosopher.  Like most of our guests, camp … Continue reading Ep. 23: Like That Time I Made a Big Mistake (w/Mike Sacks)