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Happy First Birthday, Adam Carolla Podcast!
Adam Carolla And Some 'Family Guy' | Photo Courtesy Adam Carolla / used with permission
Yesterday, The Adam Carolla Podcast turned one year young. If you're a year late to this party, the entire 270 podcast first year is going to be available on DVD.
This Saturday, at the El Portal Theatre in NoHo Arts District of North Hollywood, Carolla and friends are going to record two podcasts. The line-up has just been finalized. The 8 p.m. show is going to feature KROQ's Ralph Garman, Rob Riggle, and Adam's childhood friend Ray Oldhaffer. The 10 p.m. show is going to feature Dr. Drew Pinsky, Jimmy Kimmel, ESPN's Bill Simmons and another dose of Garman. Both shows are nearly sold out.
Following both shows will be a showing of Carolla's independent film "The Hammer" featuring a late late night Q&A with Carolla.
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