30 01 2010
t was my first live interview and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Teresa wasn’t feeling well, so if it sounds like I’m dominating the conversation, it’s because every time a question went out, she’d give me a look like, “please answer that while I cough.”
ain't afraid to hustle, publishing, rock-n-roll, Sanchez Grotto
25 01 2010
This Saturaday (12/30) @9AM you can hear Teresa Miller and myself on 87.9 FM here in the city (Pirate Cat Radio)
ain't afraid to hustle, rock-n-roll, san francisco, Sanchez Grotto
24 09 2009
we’re two weeks away from the tenth Lit Quake.
lit quake, rock-n-roll, san francisco
10 07 2009
Never look at your favorite restaurant in the same way thanks to, “Cooking Dirty,” another tome in the long line of kitchen exposé books. Part memoir, part confessional, Jason Sheehan serves up the typical gross out “you won’t believe what happens before that souffle gets to your table” stories that inundate the foodie world. Sheehan, however, does it better than most, and importantly, doesn’t take himself too seriously as he chronicles his experiences during the long hours spent in commercial kitchens.
drinking, food, fuck ups, rock-n-roll, slack, Tupperware, weed, work
6 05 2008
“Danger City” is a collection of short stories from a lot of talented, but relatively unknown, authors (Mike Welch, Mike Segretto, Todd Robinson, Jeffery, Kuczmarski, Vinnie Penn, Sean Beaudoin, Jon McCarron, Carl Moore, Dana Fredsti, Jeff Somers, Roman Bojanski, Jeff Dinsmore, Mike Cipra). this is definitely dude fiction, right up our alley.
fuck ups, noir, reviews, rock-n-roll
23 05 2007
the biography of Clash legend Joe Strummer, spanning his entire life from mischievous youth to counter-culture icon. Written by the well know rock writer Chris Salewicz.
reviews, rock-n-roll, the clash