Poetry, art, and Mexican prostitutes. In this colorful conversation, Jack Tricarico discusses the close brushes of darkness that permeated the years he spent as a taxi driver in New York City.
Why do we always want what we can’t have? Jesus Lugo and I dig deep into our pasts as we attempt to decipher that very question. Hood lingo, Queer Cinema, AIM Instant Messenger, High school fights. The full gamut. It’s all here.
For those of us living in New York City this past summer, Dan’s ubiquitous “Looking For A Girlfriend” flyers were almost impossible to ignore. He sits down with me to chat about what it’s like to go on +100 dates in 5 months, refusing to appear on the Steve Harvey show, and the dark side to fame that’s seldom spoken of.
how do you save yourself out getting expelled from your university? just ask Michael Avery Wilbur of Moon Hooch. the globally traversed saxophonist and i sit down to chat about coltrane, family matters, getting discovered by Mike Doughty of Soul Coughing, and all that future has in store for Moon Hooch. and remember, "whatever you put into the horn, you'll get back ten fold"... wisdom people, wisdom.