Do you ever wonder what’s going to happen on November 3rd, 2018? I got a few answers out of the mouth of Mark Pannebecker, founder of the St. Louis Indie Book Fair and confirmed German American. Have a listen-n-learn. It’s the first episode of General Concerns from the new studio in the Tower Grove South neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Actor and funnyman Carlson Muss talks with me from his Los Angeles estate. We discuss being food pirates in Portland, leaving Portland, improv comedy theater, conscious construction vs. fakeness, and freedom from alcohol. It’s an eye opening hour of tough talk and warm fellowship between old pals. You can catch Carlson at Upright Citizens Brigade, 5419 Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles on Sunday, September 23, 2018, at 2:30 p.m.
The drive from Trogir to Marina was a fifteen-minute hop west on Jadranska Magistrala. The old two-lane highway winds along the coast from Rijeka down through Dalmatia, then across the southern border into Montenegro.
Whether you’re running late for work, scrambling eggs in your underpants for the children, fleeing an angry bull, or all three, “El Matador” is a high energy funky instrumental that has you covered. Written and performed by John J. Goddard, yes, that’s me. All proceeds to benefit the studio upgrade and relocation fund in progress at the time of this writing. After upgrades and relocation, proceeds will fund my appetite for food.
I only have a quick couple of announcements regarding the launch of a new story series, a new era for the podcast, and a new studio headquarters in St. Louis. Please share this one, become a member… HAALP! We need to get my studio moved and get the next quarterly production cycle funded and moving along. I can’t wait to be up in you again, Southside. It’s been a while.
If you’d prefer to read the full announcement, it’s right here.