You could say that singer-songwriter John McCutcheon’s last album, “Trolling for Dreams,” was the product of a poorly read CT scan.
“When you just eat your veggies, you’re not really getting as much nutritional value, because you don’t eat the core, you don’t eat the seeds. Obviously, when you juice it, you get the peel in there. It brings out all the antioxidants in there and just makes it so much healthier for you.”
I was being told to put on the brakes, to slow down. But it was too late for that. I was already a runaway train on skis.
“A lot of the time, my bartenders will tell the story behind the beer as they’re serving it. If it’s not about the beer itself, it’s about the container in which it’s served. We have a kwak, a very unique glass that looks like a test tube. It has a wooden holder. People love to hear those little stories that make a beer interesting.”
Me? I don’t mind waiting for pizza. I figure that’s why God gave us thumbs. To twiddle while we wait.
Obsessed with celebrity and fame, Warhol today seems like a prophet. He hungered for fame and thought his greatest artistic creation was himself. He anticipated the world of social media, where everyone is a Facebook viral post away from their “15 minutes of fame.”
Chatfield will kick of the festivities with Chillfest on Saturday, Jan. 28.