This is a special audience-participation episode called Fantasy Cabinet. You can play.
Far out, man! It’s Here’s the Tower’s season finale, so come along, everybody. Let’s celebrate this beautiful life we’re living.
Gather ’round the smart speaker for an old timey radio play. Our main character, Frank, just purchased a smart home system that has the voice of country legend Merle Haggard. But soon after he plugs it in, Merle begins complicating Frank’s life.
In this sequel to Episode 49, Here’s the Tower’s team of investigative journalists continue digging into an unsolved case from four decades ago.
What in the world is the Tower doing in Debbie’s apartment? Seems like he’s up to his same old wacky high jinks again!
If you’ve mastered the previous lesson, it’s time to move on to the next level.
Sony announced their new Walkman models with a lot of new features for playing your tapes on the go. But it’s what the new design is ditching that has most people abuzz.
Today’s scene is a concert hall. We are with two friends who are anticipating what the orchestra might have prepared for them.
About the size of a US half dollar, and painstakingly minted in solid, brilliant, uncirculated cooper nickel, the Coin Commemorative Coin is a beautiful souvenir reminder of when people used coins.
In this special 9 1/2-minute episode, Curtis Mead tells us a cautionary tale about answering the door at a famous person’s house.
Just when you thought he couldn’t get any more petty in his personal attacks, now he has his own hardcore music podcast and he’s calling out the straightedge posers.
Now you can sign up at patreon.com/tower to become an Official Member of Tower Nation.
A lot of folks love the Statler Brothers, but their family-friendly image is just a little too squeaky clean. That’s why we’re proud to introduce The Dirty Statler Brothers.
It’s that time of year, folks. It’s harvest time again.
I’ll never forget the look of everything you touched after you coughed into your hand.