Friendlytown Radio

097: Friendlytown Learns its Ancestry!

Have YOU ever wondered where you came from? Wondered where your ancestors “kicked it” hundreds of years before you were the gleam in one of their descendants’ eye? Well, in this episode, the citizens of Friendlytown will be getting their results from all of the best off-brand genealogy tests: 22.99 and Me, Ancestry.biz, and all the others. 

TUNE IN as our residents engage in these moments of personal discovery and epiphany about why they are the way they are. Continue reading

095: Friendlytown Recounts Its War of Independence (1979-1981)
Friendlytown Radio

095: Friendlytown Recounts Its War of Independence (1979-1981)

If you’ve read your Friendlytown history books, you know that our town was once an unincorporated territory split by QEDopolis and Bonhomieburg until July 2, 1981. Our Independence Day always gets overshadowed by the U.S. one on the 4th, but not this year. This year, we’re getting our best storytellers to hype up the people, places and events in our contentious, surprisingly bloody fight for autonomy. Our Mayors in the Friendlytown Historical Society will re-enact pivotal moments during the war, regale us with tales of the many battles, and impersonate some of the great Friendlytown war heroes. Continue reading