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Ghost Ranch and the Wonder Wheel

Just back from New Mexico for site visits. Took this photo from out the tiny window of the tiny plane that flew into the tiny airport in Santa Fe. I had a productive time meeting with a few artist's spaces out there, and enjoyed the rough-around-the-edges "luxury" resort I was staying in. Some highlights from...

New Site + How I Learned Series

Thanks to Blaise Allysen Kearsley for having me on the amazing How I Learned Series over at Union Hall on July 30th. It was great to share the stage and swap NY stories with pros Bob Powers, Maris Kreizman, Choire Sicha, and Sasheer Zamata. It was also nice to not have to be upside down...

More Stories Ahead

We've wrapped on an amazing sixth season of Dale Radio over at www.daleradio.com. The season finale episode goes up next week and features one our finest hours yet with Nikki Glaser, Jean Grae, Streeter Seidell, and Jessica Delfino. Thanks to everyone who came out, who appeared on the show, and generally made it possible for...

How I Learned to Live in New York

I was thrilled to be a part of the July edition of the fantastic How I Learned Series, hosted by Blaise Allysen Kearsley (who you may see as a guest on Dale Radio very soon!). It was a terrific night full of stories about living in New York told by Bob Powers, Choire Sicha, Maris Kreizman, Blaise, and Sasheer Zamata. I thought I'd include the text of my story here,...

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Ghost Ranch and the Wonder Wheel

Just back from New Mexico for site visits. Took this photo from out the tiny window of the tiny plane that flew into the tiny airport in Santa Fe. I had a productive time meeting with a few artist's spaces out there, and enjoyed the rough-around-the-edges "luxury" resort I was staying in. Some highlights from the trip: Being visited by an earthworm after midnight. Making his way to burrow into...

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New Site + How I Learned Series

Thanks to Blaise Allysen Kearsley for having me on the amazing How I Learned Series over at Union Hall on July 30th. It was great to share the stage and swap NY stories with pros Bob Powers, Maris Kreizman, Choire Sicha, and Sasheer Zamata. It was also nice to not have to be upside down on a metal hoop with Sasheer this time and just hang out backstage. Thanks to...

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More Stories Ahead

We've wrapped on an amazing sixth season of Dale Radio over at www.daleradio.com. The season finale episode goes up next week and features one our finest hours yet with Nikki Glaser, Jean Grae, Streeter Seidell, and Jessica Delfino. Thanks to everyone who came out, who appeared on the show, and generally made it possible for this business of obscure podcasting to continue! I'll post more (as Dale) over on his...

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Mundane Fest, Running Late, & Storytelling

Looks like I'm popping up in some unexpected places this summer. Even after all the podcast episodes that I have done over the years, I've only recently appeared on an episode as myself. If you want to listen to me talking about growing up and making my way to New York you can do so on comedian Chris Lamberth's program, The Mundane Festival. He interviews a lot of great comedians...

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Tom Shillue’s A Funny Story

Folks, I'm super excited to be telling a story as part of the terrific series run by comedian and storyteller, Tom Shillue. Hope you can come out and see me talk about some of my awkward brushes with fame or some weird interaction with the opposite sex on April 24th at Brooklyn Brewery. Tickets are $10 and that gets you a beer and lots of funny stories. Here's the link...

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SF Sketchfest Roundup & More

2014 has started with a busy couple of months. Dale Radio projects have been taking up most of my time, with super fun shows coast to coast, from the NYC Podfest to the SF Sketchfest. It was wonderful to be back in San Francisco and to perform for such a big and friendly crowd. I even made a brief cameo in a Killing My Lobster sketch and they let me...

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L Magazine Profile of Dale Radio

Once a month, Dale Radio makes a little magic at Union Hall. The podcast, taped in front of a live audience, features the musicians, comedians, performers, and filmmakers that make Brooklyn so dynamic and intriguing. Dale Seever, the host, is an intriguing character himself. (more…)

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Dale Radio

Launched in 2009, you can now follow along with the exploits of Dale Seever as he navigates fame and folly along the Gowanus. Encompassing monthly live shows, recorded interviews and a popular webseries, Dale Radio is quickly becoming New York's most successful talk show held in a basement and hosted by a fictitious person. (more…)

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Twelve Secrets of a Lonely Teen

I was recently asked to contribute a story to the Soundtrack Series, in New York City. Run by the incomparable Dana Rossi, the series invites people to share a personal history informed by music. This summer she asked folks to focus on a song from a particular time period, and I chose Billy Joel's We Didn't Start the Fire, from 1989. In thinking about how I came to own that...

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