I used to work for a Boy Scout camp during the summers. Every Monday night, shortly after the Scouts had arrived for their week, we would host a small campfire with songs and skits. None of the skits tied into each other; each was its own individual tale. Some were good, some were bad. Some were briefly informative. Almost all were played for laughs.
To me, a campfire does not embody warmth or comradery, even though many would associate it with them. I feel a campfire specifically represents the storytelling that occurs around it - each individual stepping forward to present a tale, commanding attention, using illumination from the firelight, and attempting to remove everything else from that setting except for the audience and the fire itself.
This feed will hopefully capture that same story-sharing spirit.