FALLONS DAILY TOAST UPDATE:
Maine Sail Freight The Greenhorns MetroPedal Power gave a meaningful and highly intelligent discussion a few Mondays back at Cuisine en Locale. Spoke frankly about our local food system and food economics. Truly so grateful for Severine, Eliza & Wenzday. Working hard to keep it clean. I filmed it. Will air on Channel 3 Somerville and on scatvsomerville.org and on Fallonsdailytoast.com
Interview with Liz LaManche was fun. Her painting at Invitae in Cambridge is almost as radiant as she. Invitae is a company worth looking into. Great team of brilliant people working together on healthcare.The interview is up on my youtube channel. The sound is under construction.
TEDxLittleton will happen on November 22nd at the historical Littleton Opera House. You can buy your tickets through Catamount Arts. The link is on the bottom of the home page at, TEDxlittleton.com Also, take a look at this years lineup of Speakers. We're still looking for sponsors. If you're interested please send an email to email@example.com Want to send a big thanks to the incredible team Kerri Harrington, Andrea D'Alton, Jamie Feinberg, Lauren AndersonAngie Low, Scoop Cronin. Love you ladies. Also want to give a big virtual hugug to (insert drum roll symbol crash here)
Jesa Damora!!Wow!! I am in awe of everything you do. The way you move, speak, tend to your clients with such care and attention. You are an arts marketing extraordinaire. And I'm so grateful for your friendship and guidance in this whimsical world we live. You are as sweet and swirly as a FunnelCake! For the artists and makers out there, if you're interested in boosting your business and brand connect with Jesa Damora through FunnelCake Marketing. I'll share her winter schedule at Artisan's Asylum as soon as it comes in. You won't want to miss a single talk.
Jesa and I covered Big,Red & Shiny's Gala Fundraiser event at Mills Gallery. The room glowed golden amber hues bouncing off white walls, red balloons in clusters of three. Writers, musicians, makers, photographers, performers filled the room and it filled my heart and mind with so much excitement and ideas! The visual installations had the audience captivated. I filmed it and will share highlights soon. Made new friends and have already discussed a few collaborations.We're grateful for the team behind Big, Red & Shiny. You're illuminating the arts in New England and you're doing an impeccable job. Jesa and I will invite Big, Red & Shiny founding member Matthew Gamber on the show to talk more about it. Visit the website here, http://bigredandshiny.org/
As I was leaving I ran into Ryan Landry. He was standing in front of Cyclorama. He is one of the Founders of Gold Dust Orphans, a theatre company based in Boston and Provincetown. He's going to be on the show in December!
Hm, think that's it for now. Looking forward to tonight's Ramen Extravaganza! Lots of fun people and AlexXxan is spinning techno! I love! Looking forward to seeing Sheena Marie & Janet Lee.
Where is John Bailes? One Heart Zen