A week ago Jim and I took a day trip to Atlantic City. In podcast #5 I relate the events of that day. I manage to mention Cheesequake, my fear of the gambers high, peanuts and construction paper.
Also, I think I'll be reading at Tuesday night's Cringe - Freddy's Bar & Backroom (8:30pm).
i've just finished creating my third podcast. it's right in line with the first two.
here's what you can look forward to hearing:
00:26 - craig baldwin interview promos i created in 1996 for my college radio station
04:22 - part three of my 1996 interview with filmmaker craig baldwin
16:30 - "if anything's wrong" by daytime television (a band some friends were in during college)
19:59 - a strange, nonsensical rant about colorforms (from 1995)
21:17 - introduction & promo for soccergirlincorporated.com
UPDATE: the audio is much worse than i wanted it to be. i'll work on correcting and make a note here.
The new podcast for this week is now online (rss). This one has a segment about my Fourth of July weekend and part two of the Craig Baldwin interview. There's also a throwback bit about taking a late night road trip to find a turkey statue.
As promised in the podcast, here are a few photos from my Independence Day weekend:
It's Sunday afternoon and Chris Larry flips turkey burgers and buffalo burgers! Is it just me, or does he hold the top of that grill like a shield? He's ready to go off adventuring in the dungeons of Park Slope, isn't he?
Here's a close up of the chimney starter discussed in Chris Larry's interview.
Is it a party if Sujan doesn't show up with bacon? This time the specialty bacon has been combined on skewers with scallops and then grilled.
A level 2 warrior relaxes, knowing he has both the smoker and the grill under control.
Katie and Troy eye the pitcher of vodka lemonade (Monday afternoon).
Hanging out on the roof is the thing to do during the summer.
whoo. that's an exhausted "whoo" and not one of full on cheer and celebration. i feel like it's been a long day. the longest part was the hour spent between waking up and the nathan's hot dog eating contest. i watched on tv. i didn't actually head to coney. but in honor of the competitive eating festivities i did have more than my fair share of hot dogs today. and then (from the park) it was firewalks watched from a rooftop in windsor terrace. i managed to catch the b67 home. passing the ice cream shops along park slope's 7th avenue i marvelled at the long lines of people waiting for their frozen treats. and now i'm watching baseball. i don't think it gets more american.
in other news, i've decided to start podcasting. that means i'm now using itunes instead of musicmatch (see previous blog entry). the podcast archive can be found at balgavy.com/podcast. and the rss feed for my podcast is http://www.balgavy.com/podcast/rss.xml. if you've got some downtime, check it out. this first 'cast consists of an interview i did almost ten years ago with underground filmmaker craig baldwin. and there's some other brief nonsense in there from the mid-to-late 90's.
i hope to update the podcast on a weekly basis. we'll see how it goes, though. don't be surprised if i pull out the italk and my ipod when we're hanging out. nothing's more fun than the impromptu interview.