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Central Division

David Coggins & Michael Williams
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Central Division is a newsletter and podcast from David Coggins and Michael Williams about travel, men’s clothing, wine, and, yes, golf and fly fishing.


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Latest Episodes

We're back out in the open with our 111th episode. We hit the hard topics and talk about changing cities, the dangers of nostalgia, crisis communications and Belgians Shoes. more

7 months ago

We’re back and talk about Father’s Day and what we learned from our dads. We also revisit the enduring coffee dilemma and consider the appeal of underdog sports teams. more

2 years ago

It’s getting warmer in the big town and morale is already suffering. more

2 years ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 25 ratings
  • Hey now!

    It’s hard to say exactly why I like this podcast but I do, sort of a lot, I guess. It’s the only podcast I never seem to miss an episode of. People ask why I like it and I find myself struggling to articulate a good reason. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • The NEW odd couple?

    Michael Williams is a cultural/style phillistine — what David Coggins reaps from this collaboration is a mystery. Perhaps it's a fetish, barbarians at the gate. If you're not into that — it's a hard pass.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Approachable conversations about being more intentional.

    To me, this is a podcast where two friends, with a wealth of knowledge on ways to go about live in an intentional way (being intentional in our relationships with others, daily life, travel, goods that last, and parts of cultures that deserve some focus but do not get it as much these days). more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago

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