A Conversation with Tim Cleary (aka “Abuelo”)

Friend, fellow runner and Poco Loco Team mate Tim Cleary sent in some audio for a discussion about The American Civil War, running and el Cinco Loco!

Check out his fantastic blog over at: http://www.abueloruns.com/


Christmas Day Comment from Vance Part 2

Vance from Traverse City Michigan is back again with part two of an audio comment where we discuss a wide variety of topics, including his love for Mead!


Christmas Day Comment from Vance Part 1

Vance from Traverse City Michigan sent in an audio comment for a discussion about writers block, family estrangement and many other things.  This is part one of the discussion.


Off Key Caroling with the Walkers

At my parents home in Weymouth, my family and I attempt to sing a few Christmas Carols in an attempt to scare small children.  Behold our success!


Merry Christmas

Have yourself a merry little Christmas,
Let your heart be light
From now on,
our troubles will be out of sight
Have yourself a merry little Christmas,
Make the Yule-tide gay,
From now on,
our troubles will be miles away.

Here we are as in olden days,
Happy golden days of yore.
Faithful friends who are dear to us
Gather near to us once more.

Through the years
We all will be together,
If the Fates allow
Hang a shining star upon the highest bough.
And have yourself A merry little Christmas now.  

Music by Ralph Blane
Lyrics by Hugh Martin

From my home and family to you and yours.  

Merry Christmas, and have a very happy new year.

- Steve


Getting Older with Nigel from Staffordshire

Nigel and I talk about the effect of aging with runners. Keep in mind that this guy is RUNNING FROM THE REAPER...thus he has a HUGE investment in what I might have to say about this topic.


Shopping for Holiday Wines!


Thank You Danny and a Letter From Mike

As I sit here in my old New England office waiting for Santa CLAWS to arrive; I am thankful for the HUGE stash of healthy food that friend and fellow runner Danny sent to me, and I’ll read a great email from Mike.
Indy and Santa


Last Day

Here’s a question for you to ponder...while it’s true that the Mayan Long Count Calendar doesn’t predict the “End of the World”...what if it really did?  What if TODAY WAS YOUR LAST DAY ON EARTH?  What would you do?  Today’s thought experiment is to think about just that.


Penn Station to the Flatiron Building and an invitation

I’m walking to work with you, and I have an invitation to you of a different kind.  Let’s podcast TOGETHER!


It’s Christmas Time in the City

Rushing back to make it to the 5:17 train to Long Island, I’m walking in a winter wonderland (sans snow) on Broadway in New York.  The Holidays are special in this city, not just for the lights, bells and music: but for the people....the millions and millions of people in good holiday cheer.


Conversation with The Ruminative Runner

On this episode of Intervals I present a 53 minute conversation with friend and fellow runner Norm Rosenberg, host of his podcast “The Ruminative Runner" - Thoughts, musings, and his relationship with fellow runners over at http://theruminativerunner.blogspot.com 


Park Podcasting on a Perfect New York Day

I present for you a rambling diatribe recorded on my iPhone describing my experience in The BIG Apple and thanking fellow runners who have stepped up to help me pay for the replacement laptop that has allowed me to “stay on the air” with my podcasting.


An Email from Ellen

I respond to a great email from a fellow runner and writer who is working on a book that I really hope she finishes and publishes!  Also, other rambling flotsam and jetsam as I enjoy a weekend at home!