Order information for your Shopping Cart

PARKING PARTNERS

Articles by Ryan Walsh

  Has a friend or family member suggested you incorporate Nick Cave’s work into your life? Are you confused? Are you asking yourself, “which Nick Cave is right for my life?” It’s no cause for alarm. The hyper-talented, morphing, songwriter, author, and performer of stage, screen, and page has been transforming before our eyes for over thirty years now. Choosing an incarnation of Nick Cave to latch onto as “your Nick Cave” can be a…

Read More

I read Infinite Jest for the first time during my freshman year at Boston University. The book had been out for less than a year. I was a film student at Boston University, as was one of the main characters of the book, at the very same university. I imagine this kind of real life circumstance synching up with the specifics of a piece of fiction has a long, storied history of heightening the enjoyment…

Read More

  Yesterday we had the pleasure of hosting a Mike Daisey Q & A session on Twitter in anticipation of his upcoming performances of American Utopias as part of The Next Thing Festival. If you didn’t get a chance to watch the conversation unfold you can catch up by visiting our archive of the dialogue here.

Read More

  “Sitting squared behind that table gives me a center, makes the story the important thing and to some extent the table is a new image that can’t be pinned down. It is authoritarian but it also is not stand-up comedy.” – Spalding Gray on  not being a stand-up comic If you read a certain amount of interviews with Spalding Gray you’re going to notice a reoccurring sentiment, a sort of consistent refusal–  it comes…

Read More