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Radio Talk Show

Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We broadcast weekly, every Thursday at 8 pm eastern USA time and are available on nearly all podcast sites and apps. Listen on your computer, tablet, phone and even in the car! Our Featured Interview tonight is with Brad Weinfeld. Brad is Brian’s former boss from many years ago at Holco Rohr. There is quite a rich history that includes Wally Frank, Comoy, Castellos, and several other brands. Brad and Brian should have some great stories. Brian will report back on his west coast trip, including the NATO show, a new retail tobacconist he visited, and the Raleigh pipe show as well. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Out of the Ashes

G. L. Pease
Some months back, I embarked on a little experiment,
smoking three recently opened tins, and for reasons I can’t really explain (because I haven’t a clue), I alternated those three tobaccos in three different pipes. Despite the fact that I’ve always been a champion of seeking out those special pairings between a pipe and the tobaccos with which it performs best, I decided to try something different, and was a little surprised by the overall experience of this triple-triple-threat.

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Pipe Tobacco Reviews

E. Roberts
Call me a misanthrope,
but "All Men Must Die" is an infinitely more appealing tagline than "Winter Is Coming". If living in the Northeast has taught me anything, particularly this year, it’s that there really is nothing redeeming about cold weather. While we don’t have white walkers in New York City—at least according to the Mayor—it seems like the winter has lasted several years already. Times like this are best spent curled up indoors, next to the fireplace, sipping some mulled wine, and indulging in binge-watching television. It is thus with great glee, and a fresh tin of Mac Baren Plumcake, that I hunker down for a Game of Thrones marathon in anticipation of the upcoming season four.

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Put That in Your Pipe

Russ Ouellette
I used the word "ruminations" in the title of this piece.
The word begins with "rum". Coincidence? I think not. To give you some insight into the way my mind, such as it is, works, I’m the kind of person who thinks about things like this: When people are looking for a lost item, and they finally find it, the typical comment is- "It’s always in the last place you look." Duh! Why would you keep looking once you found it?

So that leads me to a collection of unrelated thoughts that I figured I would pass along. If you find them interesting, then you must be as confused and bewildered as I am. And if you find them strange, then you’re probably safe from being committed, at least for the time being. So let’s venture forward.

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  • Ask G. L. Pease

    Ask G. L. Pease (Volume 35)


    G. L. Pease
    Spring is here, it seems.
    My chiles are sprouting in my makeshift hot house, though it's not been warm enough for them, and their growth is slow. I'm particularly excited about a Guyanese variety called Wiri Wiri. I've grown these successfully in the past, but it's been a couple of years. They're a bit challenging to grow, but well worth the effort. Each little berry, about the size of a small grape, is fiery hot (about like an orange habanero), wonderfully fragrant, and very flavorful. When I slice into these, their perfume fills the air. I can hardly wait for mid-summer when they, hopefully, begin bearing fruit.

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