Star Wars Celebration plans, alligators, #Fettquest, possessed toys. Best time ever.
We’re really proud of this one. Heavy Boston accents, Teddy Ruxpin, Choose Your own Adventure, Alligators, and oh yeah, a ton of Star Wars talk, too. Buckle up, cancel your plans, and have some fun! We did. The Star Wars Party starts here.
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About Brews and Blasters
Born from the discussions between two friends at a local pub in the historic town of Salem, Massachusetts, Brews and Blasters is your chance to kick back and enjoy everything about that galaxy far, far away. Your hosts, Chris Salton (founder, The Collectors Hutt) and Joe Tavano (founder and editor in chief, RetroZap!) sit down every week to do what would be doing anyway–talk about all things Star Wars, tell some stories, and have a good time.
Join Joe and Chris as they share their love for Star Wars, the most obscure Star Wars characters, Boston’s North Shore, 1980s pop culture and delicious food, and occasionally talk to fascinating people–and friends, like an anthropomorphic packet of crystallized lime.