This spring marked Jen’s seventh year living in Los Angeles, and she’s a very different person now than when she moved there from Chicago. Examining her own struggle to acclimate, she talks to some friends about their experiences moving to LA, and how the city has or hasn’t become home to them. Featuring Mark David Christenson, Stephen C. James, Jen McCreary, and Andrew Wollman.Read More »
With three days in New York ahead of her, Jen decided to try a bit of what the city has to offer on as many fronts as she could. From pop culture to fine art to great food, she was never disappointed. 72 hours certainly wasn’t enough to see everything she wanted to, but it was more than enough to send her back to LA with a smile and looking forward to her next visit.Read More »
Guest James Mulholland returns to protect his status as most frequent guest, and to talk about the weird cultural thing that happens when something receives more attention for a peripheral aspect of it than for what it is in and of itself. Yikes, that sounds vague, huh? Don’t worry, we’ve got plenty of weird examples ranging from blockbuster movies to bestsellers to fast food. And we even talk a little about BDSM.
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Theme song: Alps by Motorama is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) License.Read More »
In this episode, Jen and her guest food writer Farley Elliott get into the delicious world of guerrilla food service. From the first food truck to go gourmet to guys that serve uni in their own living room, Farley has tried it all. Jen… not so much. But she did eat a century egg recently, so that should count for something, right?Read More »
Who likes food? Everybody? Good. Because tomorrow in episode 3, I’m talking to food writer Farley Elliott about recent and upcoming trends in guerrilla food service.
Food trucks? Yep. Pop-up restaurants? You know it. Tune in tomorrow to be in the conversation.Read More »