Sticky Jams, Sticky Politics, Sticky Weather…
Songwriter Andrew Duhon & The American Zombie Blogger Jason Berry join us for an all-new episode of The Sticky, full of exclusives you won’t find anywhere else.
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Image: Beware Pickpockets, Ray Nagin, and Loose Women via Dirty Coast
Jurzak just flew in from Russia, and BOY are his arms tired!
Another boil water advisory order in Orleans Parish in less than six months means that beer replaces water and all chaos breaks loose. During a medical technology convention, no less.
Speaking of crazy things and medicine, Aura Fedora talks about her first trip to the acupuncturist.
Plus: Chris the Counter Boy tells us about an awesome benefit for Mississippi tornado relief coming up at Rivertown and how you can help.
When you don’t know whether or not it’s safe to shower, things really do Get Sticky!
Image: Premium Nola, from Dirty Coast Press
Making your own cheaply-edited bounce video is a New Orleans milestone, right? I finally put one together, but somehow this is not what I pictured.
On our most recent episode of The Sticky, AJ Allegra came by the show to talk about The Nola Project’s upcoming production of Catch the Wall, an original play about the changing education system in New Orleans and, well, bounce.
Here AJ, instructs us how to, well… catch a sofa. It’s a valiant effort.
Our special guest AJ Allegra of The Nola Project talks about their upcoming production of Catch the Wall, the Wobble and Gobble Fundraiser, and how bounce dancing works.
We introduce our new Guru of Google, Chris.
Plus: a caller asks for advice on how to handle a stinky coworker, and Dirty Coast customers weigh in on the issue. We talk weird gifted kids and excessive weird hygiene practices. (What?)
Image: 504 Ever, from Dirty Coast Press
NSFW. Holiday tomfoolery from my pal Jason.
Pedal Parade: Bike Easy Rolls Out Another Second Line http://nola.humidbeings.com/posts/detail/372351/Pedal-Parade-Bike-Easy-Rolls-Out-Another-Second-Line
So, I’ve been hinting at some new partnerships I’ve been involved in, and now I can formally announce this one. In my inaugural post for SouthernAlpha, I talk to Thomas Dolby and Chris Schultz at TribeCon 2012.
I’m really excited to be a part of the writing team at SouthernAlpha, contributing south Louisiana tech and startup stories on the ground from New Orleans. They’re doing some great work covering startup and tech news throughout the Southeast, bridging the gap between individual communities throughout the region. Check out the link above to read the article, and while you’re there, check out the rest of SouthernAlpha. It’s full of good stuff.