No problem. She sat at the opposite end of the table from our guest for the entire forty minutes. It was actually fun having her there. We usually don’t have an audience for our show but that is sort of the whole idea behind doing a show out in the open like we do. We like having people sit in and listen. It adds a nice dynamic. I should also note that Joan is responsible for the picture above. Nicely done.
I was thinking about this when I read a message that our next guest, Paul Lemle, posted on the howardpubliced yahoo group. Paul invited readers to join us at The Mall for the podcast.
“They use the space outside Williams Sonoma for the recording. I think it's around 130PM, and I will make myself available for your questions before and after. Dennis might accept some question/topic ideas from you to cover during the show--visit the blog and drop him a line if you are interested.”
Yes, by all means please come. We’d love to double our audience!
Now about our latest show…
With the 2012 season kicking off at the end of this month, we thought it would be fun to have Jean Parker, the General Manager of Merriweather Post Pavilion, join us and tell us what’s happening at HoCo’s premiere outdoor music venue. We talked about the upcoming season and what the future holds for the 40 year old amphitheater.
This was her second time on “and then there’s that…”
It was also a pretty big HoCo loco news week. In addition to rehashing the BOE primary elections we also talked about the general assembly budget debacle, flags in traffic circles, fire districts and even an update on St. Peralynna, the patron saint of guest houses!
You can listen to the latest episode of “and then there’s that…” here.