Episode 48: Marc LeBlanc and Texas

July 30, 2006 · Print This Article

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Duncan interviews Marc LeBlanc,

Texas checks in led by Laura Lark and Jeff Ward.

Richard is moving and unhappy.

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Episode 47: Industry of the Ordinary

July 24, 2006 · Print This Article

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Industry of the Ordinary, Matthew Wilson and Adam Brooks talk about football (soccer to us yanks), their projects and FIGHT NIGHT!!!

We here at Bad at Sports can’t wait to take all comers in the ring! Also our new book advocate Terri Griffith talks about Paul D. Miller (aka DJ Spooky) and his new book Rhythm Science.

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Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_47_IotO.mp3




Episode 46: Duchess and Matthew Barney

July 16, 2006 · Print This Article

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Kat Parker and Katie Rashid tell us about Duchess, their new gallery. Brian Andrews does his own dramatic interpretation of Matthew Barney’s recent radio Q&A as his publicist didn’t think we were important enough to interview him.

Brian’s brilliant dramatics really pull Bad at Sports in a whole new direction, changing our trajectory forever. Wow.

Who could ask for more?!?

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Episode 45: Tons-o-info

July 9, 2006 · Print This Article

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So, this week we try and get a handle on WTF is going on in Chicago and LA today.

Lynne Warren Talks about the work of Robert Heinecken and the hole left by his passing. Brian tells us that LA is still crummby and then sites his case studies. Amanda and Duncan hit Polvo, The Cultural Center, and the Museum of Contermporary Photography.

Also Please note on the http://badatsport.libsyn.com blog for the time and place of the Robert Heinecken Memorial in your area.

Next week… Something. Something good.
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Episode 44: Tony Fitzpatrick

July 2, 2006 · Print This Article

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Chicago art legend, radio personality, poet, actor, boxer, and all around nice guy Tony Fitzpatrick talks about Tattoo history, Chicago’s art world, the working class mode of being an artist and why this is a kick-ass time and place to be.

Richard, Duncan, and Amanda bob their heads along as this legendary Chicagoan story teller entrances us with yarns of Al Capone, Nixon’s stolen election, Amanda Browder’s mom, and yes, perhaps a little ribbing of your friends to the North. (No, not Milwaukee)

WEAR IT WITH PRIDE AND HELP BAS OUT! Are you interested in supporting Bad at Sports, while wearing a sporty new hoodie?

Maybe picking out a great coffee mug?

WTF do I mean? We have a lovely BAS + Cafe Press Site at… www.cafepress.com/badatsports

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