SNS #28: This Must Be The Place

I forced myself to have some sort of meaningful introspection, while standing at the edge of a lake where I made out with a girl once…and it felt so fake.- Matthew Schott

Amidst new changes in parent’s life, Andrew listens to stories about how we determine where Home is, and tries to hone in on a definition of “Home.”

Appetizer:
Andrew explores the qualities of the cult favorite, The Home Place Restaurant, and experiences his own frustrations with the idea of home.

This Way To Adventure
This Way To Adventure

First Course: Home…Is Where I Want To Be
Matt Schott
hears a base definition of home, from ex-pat and Reddit friend Michael Morale. Then Matt recounts his attempts at saying goodbye to the places he’s called home
(Starts at 06:30)


Second Course: Home Shopping
Sammi Santini
shares her experience of being an army brat who never had a real home base. Hear how she managed to settle into a place in her adult life.
(Starts at 23:25)

Home Place Food
Home Place Food

Dessert: Retiring Home
Andrew takes all the ideas about what home is, and declares a winner after a phone call with his father.
(Starts at 34:45)

 

 


Hosted, Written, and Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Recorded by Andrew Terrance Kaberline and Sammi Santini

Featuring Matthew Schott, Sammi Santini, Allen Kaberline, Michael Morale, Kate Griggs, and Lindsey Sandifer

Produced by Julia Katz, Chelsea Rugg,
and Andrew Terrance Kaberline

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Home Place
Home Place

The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Podington Bear
Tracks: “Bit Rio” and “60’s Quiz Show”

All of Podington Bear’s music can be found, here

This episode also featured “This Must Be The Place,” by the Talking Heads,
and covered by The Lumineers, as well as a cover of “Holiday Road” by Matt Pond PA.

 


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