My big brother Miles joins Painting Pictures to bounce around the spiritual, cultural, and political landscape of December 2016 in Craftsbury, Vermont. Beanies, cats, elections, Canada, and cozy pants are mentioned. Closing sequence of man struggling to saw through a tiny piece of wood.
I made it to thirty years old! Next stop: the year 2047. Here’s a new episode of Painting Pictures to commemorate this momentous occasion, recorded dangerously while driving around Vermont. Pie crust recipe complaints, some thoughts on boogers, over-competitive society, and, of course, coffee. Oh and I got married!
Joe Gruen returns to record a new episode of The Cream and The Clear, joining Gabriel to discuss Do It Yourself, leakage, tractors, almond butter and/or tomatoes, and pigs. TRIGGER WARNING: This episode is not remotely safe for work.
I couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate fifty episodes of the podcast than with the following conversation with the supremely talented and warm-hearted Brent McCoy:
Street performer extraordinaire, damn good painter, bread baker and Settler of Catan Brent McCoy joins Painting Pictures to explain the worldwide street-performing and circus scene, the origins of Vermont Vaudeville, and what’s it like to be living the dream. THIS MAN HAS STOPPED DRINKING COFFEE!
From Greensboro Bend, Vermont, a solo stampede through bread-making, potholes, washboards, and soft-serve ice cream. Wander with me as we run barefoot, get chased by dogs, and finish with a Shakey Graves cover.
Indoor Kale Farming, Vegan-cooking, Lemon-squeezing, CSA-Managing Musician Extraordinaire Nic Lawless joins to talk small-town living, New Jersey roots, crystal trading, and aging or not aging. Plus the harrowing tale of touring his neighbor’s garage.
From Vermont, a solo journey into the present (Vermont) and the recent past (Cochabamba, Bolivia) of this pumpkin king: motorcycle riding, a political rant, boring license plates, fighting a cold, and the problem with sofpull paper towel dispensers. Featuring interviews with Ping Pong Champion Eric Taylor and Commissioner Logan Pratico. Not brought to you by Cialis.
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Brought to you by the card game Slippery Slope, the second podcast from Cochabamba, Bolivia, includes running for your life, the peril of selfie sticks, the power of the sun, rain coat complaints, and a musical number to cinch it all together at the end.