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Level E (with Eric LeMay)

Jun 30, 2019

Hi, this is Eric...

This one was special for me for a few reasons. LeMay Inc. (which included Pierce County Refuse) was a family-run business most of Ric Thompson's 41 years there. And then it was sold to Waste Connections, a much huger garbage company from Wall Street.

For more than four decades, Ric went through all...

Jun 24, 2019

Eric's cousin Pamela Shandrow talks about her two stints touring North America with a couple of the biggest box-office successes in the history of musical theater.

We mostly talked about "Phantom of the Opera" (where she played Carlotta in 76 performances!) and "Wicked." She lives in NYC city with her two dogs, Sweet...

Jun 22, 2019

This was mostly seeing what Eric could do without an actual microphone; just the hand-held recorder and no headphones (totally naked of anything other than the recorder, and how well Garageband works for editing at this point).


But not horrible.

Mike was tremendous. Just stellar. The editing on Garageband to make...

Jun 17, 2019

Bob MacMahon, or as he's called around Marymount, "Battery Bob," touches on his early life, how he first met Harold LeMay, and other things he's experienced in a long and varied life around cars.

The music comes from Marymount volunteer Jack Mueller from a 1968 album for car dealers titled, "In My Merry...

Jun 10, 2019

Currently an editor at the San Francisco Chronicle, Pete Wevurski talks with Eric about his storied history with newspapers, journalism and sports; he also offers some great thoughts on the value of journalism and the future of newspapers.

This is a long one, clocking in at 90 minutes (you're could have been...