José Amador talks with The Cody Rivers Show’s Mike Mathieu and discusses some of the duo’s experiences during their busiest period, how much more valuable it is to stick to one’s artistic principles, their approach to creating new material, and how this current volume is less like a concept album, and more like a regular grouping of songs.
The grand and distinctive Art Deco building that looms over downtown Seattle from the northern edge of Beacon Hill has an inevitable activist history. Jeff Stevens brings the memory.
A masseuse has an interesting brush with an uncanny client. Poetry by Omar Willey
Just as everything bad about Hollywood was bad about Broadway before it, everything bad about television was bad about radio. Virtually every generic trope of television stems from American broadcast having its roots in radio. But where television has run these genres into the ground, it has at least attempted variations on the themes. By comparison, contemporary audio drama is positively hidebound.