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Fine Woodworking's Ace on the House Podcast Appearance

comments (0) February 8th, 2012 in blogs

Ed_Pirnik Ed Pirnik, Senior Web Producer
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Whats this? Fine Woodworking seems to have found its way onto former Man Show co-host Adam Carollas Ace on the House podcast. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

What's this? Fine Woodworking seems to have found its way onto former Man Show co-host Adam Carolla's Ace on the House podcast.

Photo: AdamCarolla.com

Let's be honest: Fine Woodworking isn't exactly the stuff of mainstream celebrity-driven media. We're a niche publication that doesn't aim to be fodder for late night television shows. We're a group of editors and readers who pride ourselves on having the gumption, know-how, and yearning to build objects of beauty ourselves (no thank you, Pottery Barn). 


TOUR NICK'S L.A. SHOP 


Offerman Shop Tour Nick Offerman cooks up beautiful slab tables out of a shop that's sure to make you slobber


Despite that fact, Fine Woodworking found its way into yet another unlikely Los Angeles studio when Parks & Recreation's Nick Offerman stopped by the Ace Broadcasting Network as a guest on Adam Carolla's Ace on the House podcast.  WARNING: This podcast can be, well, a little on the crude side--so listen at your own risk.

Nick's gotten quite a bit of well-deserved attention for his woodworking ability and appeared on Ace on the House for a bit of "paddle talk" (canoe paddles) and to sit in on a few home improvement-related phone calls. You can listen to the podcast directly through the Ace on the House website, or via iTunes.

Thanks to Nick, Adam, and Ray for bringing a bit of Fine Woodworking to sunny LA.



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