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The Arlington Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners’ hereby provides notice that its regular monthly meetings for the year 2015, will be held on the FIRST Monday and THIRD Monday of each month commencing at 7:00 p.m. at Arlington Fire District Headquarters, located at 11 Burnett Boulevard, Poughkeepsie, New York, County of Dutchess. All Board of Fire Commissioners meetings of the Arlington Fire District are open to the public. In accordance with OPEN MEETINGS LAW SECTION 103(e), any reco ...
 
From 1995 until 2008 I was a Music Video Commissioner. I worked at A&M Records and then transitioned to Interscope/Geffen/A&M Records in 2000 when A&M was bought by Universal Music Group. I commissioned over 500+ Music Videos during my tenure. This Podcast is an inside look into these videos and the fascinating world of making them - from start to finish. I have worked with artists that include: Eminem, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, Marilyn Manson, Soundgarden, Sting, Pink Floyd, Mariah Carey, Feist, Va ...
 
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The absoute comedy killing machine Brian Scott Mcfadden stops by and I tell him how I used to be intimidated to work him because of how hard he crushes. He then talks about the importance of having fool proof closing bits because audiences tend to only remember the last things you say. We go on to discuss all kinds of comedy nuiances, like does the…
 
Jon Laster has been making crowds leave with their stomach’s hurting for years at the Comedy Cellar in NYC. He’s one of the pound for pound best comics in the biz, and one of my dearest friends. We talk about being grinders and not looking at the other horses in the horse race that is comedy. We dig deep into finding peace when performers you know …
 
Greg Stone is a former writer on “The Break with Michelle Wolf” and is former roommate of mine. We start the show discussing how important living with another comic can be to one’s journey. Then Greg asks the question “ what should you say to your friend after they just bombed?” Should you lie? Say nothing? What is the best way to empathize after s…
 
Neko White joins the show He’ been doing standup since 14 and has never had a day job. He discusses what it’s like to be a 14 year veteran and only be in his 20’s. We also discuss the importance of act outs in comedy during the reopening. Plus the fallacy that act outs mean poor writing. Neko opens up about staying late at clubs because it wasn’t a…
 
This week is a special episode. Our first guest!!! None other than Nathan Macintosh. He’s been on Colbert, Comedy Central, you name it he’s done it. And today he discusses how after all these years and all his success He still wonders what’s the point of all of this? We debate whether Jim Carey looked crazy in the Andy Kaufman doc on Netflix. And d…
 
One week back inside at clubs and I’ve already heard a million comics tell stories about HOW MUCH THEY HATE PERFORMING in front of their friends and family. So this week I tell some painful stories of dying a horrible death in front of people who love me. How to deal with them not liking you and if you should you trust the laughs they give you. Pro…
 
Comedy is back and people are back to trying to do a million shows in an evening. Is that a good thing? I discuss an article I saw that discusses how “hustle culture” is killing comedy. Is it important to say yes to everything? Is there a power to saying no? This is a dive into the importance of balancing work and living. And if you ever wanted me …
 
Things are going to be changing as indoors open up. One of the things is pay. Do comics need to take a pay cut? If so, why? And if they do when can they expect pay to go back to normal? What compromises must be made all involved in comedy to keep the business thriving? Welcome back everybody!!! Production by Nick Angelo Art by JSS.one Music by MDMD…
 
I recently found a clip of a podcast where people described comedy clubs as masters holding comics in chains. Both those people on the podcast don’t work comedy clubs. It’s really easy for them to be anti. I found the whole thing hogwash. This week I talk the importance of comedy clubs opening back up and the importance of having alternative venues…
 
This week is a tough love episode. I talk about the role of looks in comedy. Is it an advantage to be attractive? Does being attractive mean you have to work harder or less? And does people discussing your looks reflect on your comedy? It's a super raw and real episode that asks if looks matter. And if they do, is it fair? production by Nick Angelo…
 
In finishing last week;s episode I told a story about The Comic Strip Live. In doing so I gave a shout out to it's owner Richie Tienkan. I went to bed about a half hour after. When I woke up I learned he was dead. I didn't know how to react. To be honest I still don't. This episode I talk the importance of Richie and The Strip. How many times I had…
 
Finally I actually name names this episode and I'm really unconfortable about it. Especially since the names are deceased. I hate doing it but we need to discuss cruelity from older comics. I share stories of how I was treated by some veterans. I discuss how I felt then and with hindsight how I feel now. And did "TOUGH LOVE" help me and would it he…
 
This episode is recorded in a bathroom because times are tough. So tough that I'm scared I'll get cancelled about talking about cancelling. But I do it anyway. It's a heart felt look at why people cancel and why artists shouldn't engage with those who hunt for mistakes. I also discuss times I've fought back with trolls and how I feel about it in re…
 
Performing your art is awesome. But talking about it to people you respect who love it as much as you is sometimes even better. I recently had some car rides and meals with comics and it reminded me of how special the hang is. This episode is about the hang. Should you do it to network? Do it for fun? When should you talk to a veteran comic on the …
 
I performed standup for a club on a train. That's right. That happened. The first part of the pod has me dealing with my anxiety of performing on public transportation right before i leave to do it. I also wonder out loud "should a comic perform anywhere?" The second half of the pod was recorded the next day. I recap the gig and discuss how it felt…
 
I have always gotten nervous before "big" gigs and meetings. Hell, I get nervous before recording this podcast. Everyone gets so ridden with fear before they go and create something. This episode is about realizing why that is silly. That whatever you create didn't exist till you made it. So seriously...... why sweat it? production by Nick Angelo a…
 
Can talking honest on stage lead to problems in your real life? How far should you push it when opening up about everyone and everything in your personal life? In this episode I discuss the dilama of being honest yet protecting your loved ones. And how people expect comedians to talk about them in their act. Plus I finally tell the hot sauce in the…
 
Is there a line to cross when “making fun” of the venue you are working? Is it appropriate? Will the club owner and staff tend to take it with stride? How important is it to have a strong relationship with the staff? Can being shitty to them lead to Not working somewhere in the future? All this and more get answered in this weeks episode!! Producti…
 
Silence can be incredibly scary and akward. In life and at a show. The sooner a comic learns to be in control of it, the sooner the comic can grow to their full potential. This episode is about enjoying the silence and finding a way to get yourself centered on stage. production by Nick Angelo art by JSS.one music by MDMD…
 
New Years resolutions are a bunch of horseshit. It’s good to have goals. But after a year like this let’s be honest your goals might not be fully in your hands. This episode is about focusing on what you can handle and not dwelling on what didn’t go right for you this year or anytime in the past. Production by Nick Angelo Art by JSS.one Music by MD…
 
This is by far the most personal show I have ever done. Straight up. It is about the time I quit my job to do standup full time. All that went into the decision and all the sacrifices that come with it. Towards the end I talk about moving to New York and how I spent the first Christmas alone. And how that absolutely prepared me for the long journey…
 
This episode is all about the importance of a comic’s intro. Does it really matter? Can it bury a comic? Can credits make up for your lack of talent? I then share my worst intros I’ve been given And how I dealt with them. You might be shocked at how wild they were. Production by Nick Angelo Art by JSS.One Music by MDMD Get Well soon David Suarez…
 
A listener asks why are comics miserable? It’s a fair question. There seems to be a lot of tortured souls in the business. Some show it more than others. Some use it as a muse. Artists tend to have One foot in the darkness and one in the sunshine. This episode I discuss how to use misery and pain as a way to find happiness. And why so many comics e…
 
A listener asks my opinion on Dave Chappelle's "Unforgiven." Are contracts a big deal? Should someone "complain" so much about the business? I discuss whether I feel that his video helps comics and if that was even his intention. In the end I break down if its important to agree with everything an artist says and does. Production by Nick Angelo Art…
 
Too many wild and memorable nights have happened at The Creek and the Cave. It was the training ground for so many great comics for the past decade plus. Its doors are closed. But the stories live on. This episode I tell some personal tales of triumph and comradery that have shaped me as an artist and a person. From a Legion of Skanks b day show to…
 
I heard a sentence that drives me nuts last week. “She is a female comic.” We get she is female with the pronoun. It’s redundant and also makes it seem like being a female is it’s own sub genre that is different then everyone else. Some people think it is. This week we talk about the use of adjectives to describe comics and how that can sometimes b…
 
I did a gig hours after the election got declared. And I failed. I wasn’t honest with myself or the audience. This week I talk about trusting instincts And how the first person that has to trust the words being said is the one who is saying them. Production by Nick Angelo Art by JSS.one Music by MDMD…
 
Whether you kill, bomb or dojust ok. The first time you get on stage shapes your journey. In this episode I share why I tried standup, what it was like, and how I felt after. In the end I tell you why it still affects me and keeps me searching for a place to perform. And why we are ultimately nomads. production by Nick Angelo art by JSS.ONE music b…
 
Vote... it is your right! Join City of Aventura Commissioner, Gladys Mezrahi. She is up for re-election on November 3rd. Learn about her accomplishments during her tenure, extensive community involvement, and the issues that she will focus on to improve the quality of life for everyone! Look her up at www.IamAventura.com.…
 
I gotta be honest. I didn’t have it this week. Wanted to lay in bed instead of recording. But the show must go on. So I talked about sometimes when you don’t feel like creating but you have a deadline or obligation it leads to some of the best creativity. And can lead you out of your slump. Production by Nick Angelo Art by JSS.one Music by MDMD…
 
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