In this episode, Shan & Hogey discuss a lesser known sorcerer in the Marvel Universe. With the potential for an MCU appearance, we decided to dig in and learn more about Brother Voodoo.
WSV’s Michael “Hogey” Hogoboom waxes poetic about many Southwest Michiganders’ favorite sign of Spring: The return of Oberon.
In this episode, Lisha from Screen Tea Podcast joins Hogey to discuss the Enneagram personality types, and how we would type the most popular characters from the MCU.
In this episode Shan & Hogey discuss the next generation of heroes to the MCU and how encouraging it is to see different representation in comics and film.
WSV’s Michael “Hogey” Hogoboom writes, “Truly, Starbucks is not your place to go for quality artisan coffee. You’ll never hear a coffee connoisseur mention the Seattle-based chain as their favorite place. It’s really more of the gateway toward good coffee in most people’s experience, and again—isn’t that similar to Budweiser? Many beer drinkers tried a domestic lager long before summoning the courage to try their first IPA.”
The NODE (Niles Outdoor Dining Experience) has been voted “Kalamazoo and Southwestern Michigan’s Best Outdoor Dining” by MLive and its readers. Over the weekend, Watershed Voice caught up with Niles Mayor Nick Shelton via email to learn more about The NODE, and the impact it has had on Niles’ restaurants.
In this Episode we discuss our thoughts on the first few episodes of WandaVision, and then discuss one of our favorite X-Men, Kitty Pryde. We end the episode discussing whether Cyclops or Black Widow would win in a fight.
Patch & Remington, a new community-driven art space in Marcellus, is set for Grand Opening on February 1. WSV’s Michael Hogoboom reached out to Sarah Ayers, co-founder of the project, to learn more about the new community space coming to Southwest Michigan.
“This past weekend marked a particularly significant moment for the East Alley Project, and that is the installation of the archway and sign. It now displays its name, and as much as we have used the name previously, it’s now for all to see. No single step of this project has done more in the way of placemaking than installing the sign. It really feels different now that it is in place.”
Watershed Voice’s Michael Hogoboom writes about his late friend Spencer Minor, who he shared a birthday with and a decades long friendship. Tragically Minor died in a motorcycle accident in 2019, and at the time of his passing, Minor and Hogoboom were collaborating on an art project for downtown Three Rivers. The project quickly evolved into a tribute for Minor, the final form of which was unveiled earlier this month in downtown’s East Alley.
Local recording artist and producer Mitchie Moore released a new full-length album on November 27. Moore virtually sat down with Watershed Voice this weekend to discuss the album, which he describes as experimental hip-hop/rap, with inspirations from electronic music.
In this episode, Shan & Hogey discuss one of the MARVEL Universes longest-standing, most popular, and most powerful villains — Victor Von Doom.
The I Can MARVEL All Day Teenager Corespondent, Ezra, has brought attention to a series of announcements and rumors regarding the upcoming Marvel Studios Spider-Man film. Ezra joins Hogey in the studio to discuss what these announcements and rumors could mean for the upcoming film and future of the MCU.
“This battle isn’t like the Avengers saga. We don’t have an epic hero with super-abilities beyond our comprehension to save the day, we just have each other. There are very few situations that show us how we are all connected and why we should look after each other to the capacity that a pandemic can.”