Interviews

Interview with David Lynch

Originally published in the Northside San Francisco in July 2011 The David Lynch Foundation is expanding its Consciousness-Based Education program to heal trauma through the use of Transcendental Meditation. Recently Lynch and his wife joined with Children of the Night’s founder Lois Lee to bring a stress-reducing meditation technique to teen shelters nationwide. In the…

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Interview with Neil Innes

More Woody Guthrie than Simon Cowell: Neil Innes to perform at the Red Devil Lounge in San Francisco on June 8 Originally published in the Northside San Francisco newspaper in June 2011 For a funny guy, Neil Innes is serious about living life on his own terms. Born in England in 1944, Innes is a…

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Interview with Charles Plymell 2011

The Return of the Outlaw Poet: Charles Plymell reads from over a half century of hard riding poetry at the Readers Cafe & Bookstore on May 22 Originally published in the Northside San Francisco newspaper in May 2011 Photo courtesy of Gerard Malanga “Spun out of that vortex which is Wichita, Charley Plymell reached San…

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Interview with Charles Plymell 2010

 In His Own Time- Charles Plymell’s new volume of poetry “Eat Not Thy Mind” Originally published in the Northside San Francisco in June 2010 Poet, publisher and artist Charles Plymell’s new volume of poetry Eat Not Thy Mind is part of a trajectory of work spanning more than 50 years. During that time, Plymell has…

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Interview with Tommy James

Tommy James tells it like it is in his new Autobiography “Me, the Mob and the Music: One Helluva Ride with Tommy James and the Shondells” by Tommy James and Martin Fitzpatrick. In his new book about his life with the Shondells, Tommy James reveals the inner-workings of the music business in the 1960’s as…

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Interview with Joe Dallesandro

Originally published in the Northside San Francisco in June 2009 Joe Dallesandro’s new biopic “Little Joe” hits the big screen this month in San Francisco He forever changed male sexuality in the cinema. —John Waters Everyone knows Joe Dallesandro. He’s best known for his roles in the Andy Warhol films Heat, Trash and Flesh and…

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Interview with Jimmy Carter

Former President and Nobel Laureate Jimmy Carter maps out a path to peace in the Middle East Originally published in the Northside San Francisco newspaper in April 2009 In his new book, We Can Have Peace In The Holy Land, Jimmy Carter presents a lucid and compelling plan for peace in the Middle East. Utilizing…

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Interview with John Callahan

The Continuing Story of John Callahan First published in the Northside San Francisco in March 2009 Rude, shocking, depraved, tasteless-Callahan gets called all the adjectives that cartoonists crave to hear. —Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons John Callahan gets called a lot of things because he is a lot of things:  a cartoonist, an artist, a…

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