The Segregation of America’s Live Music Experience

Today I grabbed the cheapest tix possible to see Dead & Company here in L.A. with some dear friends. The concert will be on Dec. 30th (we’re skipping the New Year’s show). Our seats are in the nosebleed section behind the stage with an obstructed view. While excited to see this band live and hear someContinue reading “The Segregation of America’s Live Music Experience”

A Deathbed Perspective on the Business of Art

Linds Redding died of inoperable espohageal cancer. He was an art director who worked at BBDO and Saatchi & Saatchi. Linds kept a blog and one of the last pieces he wrote before he died, “A Short Lesson in Perspective,” explores his final frame of mind on the ad business and how many of us choose toContinue reading “A Deathbed Perspective on the Business of Art”

Fear The Walking Dead Writers

You know things are off to a bad start when you can feel the writers’ fear more than the characters’. I always thought the writing on THE WALKING DEAD was terribly inconsistent. Sometimes downright awful. But I love the zombie genre (saw NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD in a movie theater at age 9 andContinue reading “Fear The Walking Dead Writers”