Old Man Crush

For those of you who may or may not know, I do a weekly comedy podcast with my sister, Alison Goldstein Lebovitz, who also is the TV host for PBS’ The A List. On our latest episode “Gefilte Fish is the 11th Plaque” we somehow meander into a conversation about our #oldmancrushes — which I’m pretty much sure stemmed from her giving a behind the scenes of her interview with Back to the Future’s Crispin Glover.

Who is on your Old Man Crush list? And when you think of him, are you thinking of the OG version or the current? My top tier crushes are Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson and Jeff Goldblum — who I know is an acquired taste so to speak. Alison’s old man crush is pretty shocking. Spoiler alert: It’s NOT Crispin Glover.

Find out who her crush is on the latest episode of Sis & Tell wherever you may get your podcasts or click here for iTunes.

Time to Binge

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Whether chocolate, Netflix, or Pamplemousse LaCroix, we all have vices we love to consume en masse. Now you can binge listen to all 13 episodes of the Sis & Tell Podcast Season 1. We're taking a break to relaunch and will start Season 2 this Fall.

In the meantime, you can reminisce with a sis. And yes, I do drink so much LaCroix that my pee is carbonated. 

Listen at sisandtell.com

Sis & Tell is a weekly podcast hosted by sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.

A Neighborhood Facebook Feud and Randi Zuckerberg

On this week's Sis & Tell podcast, my sister Alison and I discuss our "dot complicated" lives from a neighborhood Facebook feud to Alison speaking with serial entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg about Sue's Tech Kitchen. Links and listen at sisandtell.com

Sis & Tell is a weekly podcast hosted by sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.

"I'm not a doctor, but I play one on the Internet"

The next installment of the Sis & Tell Podcast is here! Visit www.sisandtell.com for all 11 episodes or listen to the latest here.

In episode 11, Alison does her best Dr. Oz impersonation as she helps diagnose and remedy a new era of ailments for her sister Amanda.

Sis & Tell is a weekly podcast hosted by sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz (from PBS' The A List) and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.

You Were a Weird Child of the 80's When...

Spoiler Alert: I'm the weird child

Me at my brother's Bar Mitzvah

Me at my brother's Bar Mitzvah

You considered Pee-wee Herman a teen heartthrob. 

You sent ALF fan mail.

You thought everyone else had a foil ball collection just like Pee-wee Herman...and you.

Your game of house got really heated when you found out your best friend's pretend dad worked for Crest and yours worked for Colgate.

Your game of house got really heated when you found out your best friend's pretend boyfriend was Pee-wee Herman, when he was already your pretend husband.

The outfit you wore for our brother's bar mitzvah was Pee-wee chique.

You wrote a list about being a weird child of the 80s and most of it was about Pee-wee Herman.

 

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Trolling for Attention

My husband tries to get in the Zone 1 boarding line at the airport, when our tickets clearly indicate we're Zone 4.  This is what embarrasses me: breaking rules.  But there are other things that don't embarrass me that, perhaps, should. Like what I'm about to tell you.

I'm an internet troll.

But instead of interrupting usual conversations, I troll my Facebook Messenger's "Other" Folder. Do you spot it down below to the right of the Inbox? Most people don't know about the "Other" Folder (or ignore it).  

It's where messages go from people you're not Facebook Friends with. It's where Spam goes to die.  It's also where I go to learn about banks in foreign countries that want to give me money, how cheap I can get Viagra and that I am, perhaps, too good at taking selfies for my Facebook Profile Pics. The fodder I find is not in the one-way messages of strangers, but rather in the conversations that ensue when I actually respond.  I don't respond to all messages, but when I do it goes something like this: