I'm officially moving the blog over to WordPress. I'm in the midst of setting the whole thing up over there, but I'll start posting there today. The new blog address is http://craigmahoney.wordpress.com. Adjust your bookmarks accordingly.


CM Podcast - April 16th, 2010

In today's podcast, I discuss where I've been the last few days, nasal drip, Jersey Shore Restaurant Week, how much I love this year's Yankee team, and rant about some obnoxious, spoiled Yankee fans.


CM Podcast - April 13th, 2010

In today's podcast, I power my way through a cold, talk about some exciting local events happening this week, defend the honor of beer, and discuss wormholes, the new Nets owner, and a dream about Frank Sinatra's funeral. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Video Diary - Phil Hughes pt.3

 Latest progress on the Phil Hughes painting I'm doing for Kevin Rozell over @ Zell's Pinstripe Blog. Listen to me tell the story of why there's a chance the pic I'm using as a reference may have been taken on my 30th birthday.

Food, Booze, and Art this Thursday

Hey, kids! If you wanna see me paint live (and really, what could be more exciting than that?) head on down to the Atlantic Club in Manasquan Thursday night for the Jersey Shore Restaurant Week kick-off party. There's gonna be a ton of local joints offering up food and drinks along with myself and some other artists creating some artistic interpretation of it all. Afterward, the pieces will be raffled off, with half the proceeds going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the other half to the artists themselves (two worthy causes if ever there were any). Tickets are $30 online and $35 at the door. It should be a helluva time, and you'll get to see me argue with a canvas for a few hours as I pretend I know what the hell I'm doing when I paint. Click here for more info.

Win a CM "Pinstriped Dreams" Print Wed!

This Wed I'll be at the Business After Hours & Networking event at Rooney's right here in Long Branch. It's a free event where you'll be able to meet a lot of great people, including yours truly. But, even better than the opportunity to meet me in person (no touching or pictures, though, please), will be the chance to win a framed print of my legendary "Pinstriped Dreams" drawing, a depiction of a young Little League aged Derek Jeter surrounded by a montage of some his great Yankee moment. For more info on the event and to RSVP, head on over here.


Video Diary - Phil Hughes pt.2

 I sing a li'l Sinatra and drops some knowledge about the importance of composition and line of action as I continue work on my painting of Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes for Kevin of Zell's Pinstripe Blog.


Video Diary - Phil Hughes pt.1

 I've been commissioned by Kevin Rozell of the great "Zell's Pinstripe Blog" to do a painting of Yankees' pitcher Phil Hughes and I've decided to document the process with a series of video diaries. This could be really entertaining and informative or really corny and stupid. You decide:


Mickey Mantle Mahoney: All-Star

To tide you over the next couple of days, here's a video of my dog playing basketball. http://twitvid.com/FWB4F

New CM Studios Coming Soon!

Well, not entirely new, but the website and blog are going to be getting a facelift, the podcasts are going to be bigger and better, and the entire online "Craig Mahoney experience" (yeah, that sounds pretty pompous and douchey, but I can't think of a better way to put it) will get better and run smoother.

I'm in the process of installing a new operating system and a bunch of new software on my computer, reorganizing all my online content, and putting together a few new projects that you kids are gonna love.

Keep checking this blog and follow my twitter feed to follow my trials and tribulations in getting it all together, and, if you like what you're seeing, please tell your friends and maybe even click the donate button to the left and drop a penny in the till. Thanks, kids. You know I love ya!


Podcast: Thu 04/01/10

In today's podcast I refrain from April Fool's Day pranks, discuss some awesome suicide methods, read a little from the NY Daily News gossip column, stick up for my old pal George Lucas, review the movie "Fanboys", and discuss why you can't have a 12 inch penis. As always, beware of naughty language.


Yankees Flickr Gallery

I've officially begun moving content from craigmahoney.com to various other hosting websites such as flickr. Craigmahoney.com will now act as a gateway to take you to this blog, my art on flickr, music on myspace (if I can't find something better), videos on youtube, and social media sites like twitter and facebook. It'll probably take me a week or so to set it all up, but you can see my Yankee art gallery on flickr now.

Babe & Simms - On Sale

Hey, kids. I'm having a sale on a couple of pieces of original, one-of-a-kind, wrought from my own hands, sports art. If you're interested in snatching one up, drop an e-mail to admin@craigmahoney.com.

"The Babe"
11"x14" marker on paper

"Simm-ply Super"
Autographed by Phil Simms
14"x11" colored pencil on paper


The Pool Or The Pond...

The pond would be good for you.

Apparently, it's good enough for Mickey. In other news, there's a lot of fuckin' rain in NJ.

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Podcast: Tue 03/30/10

 In today's podcast I talk about the rain in NJ, another weird dream I had, privacy and politics in 2010, the latest CM Studios news, flip-flopping on my NJ Nets fandom, Lady Gaga and just being plain-old fabulous.
(WARNING: The CM Podcast contains naughty language.)

Links mentioned in today's podcast:

Monday's Pen, Pencil & Brush Strokes

Yesterday was not the most productive day in the studio, as is evidenced by the half-assed podcast I stumbled and mumbled through, but I did get a few things done here and there: Laying in some shadow on Frank, getting some more details in Jack, and - what the hell? - Batman.


Podcast: Mon 03/29/10

In my latest 'cast I fumble through my irreverent Atheist take on Passover and Easter, explain why too many comic books and movies may be warping my thinking, and finish with a tale of DIY at-home dentistry.
Click here to listen!


The Babe

Here's another pen & marker drawing I did. It's another famous Yankee. His name was George Herman "Babe" Ruth. You may have heard of him.

I'm selling this one, and the Jeter from a previous post, for $75. If you wanna commission a drawing like this for yourself, prices start @ $50.

I gotta say, I love the look of these pieces. I'm gonna be doing a lot more of them.

CM Podcast - Mar 26, 2010

In my latest podcast I talk about my weird dreams, failing at meditation, NJ Gov. Christie's education budget, the NFL's new overtime rule, missing the best NCAA tourney ever, and I introduce the world to the new QPM (Quotes Per Minute) movie rating system.


CM Podcast - Mar 24, 2010

 In the latest podcast I discuss Ann Coulter & Joe Biden's potty mouths, Jersey pride, the latest sports news, Tiger and Jesse James' thinking from their pants, and why the rich are different from you and me.


Whither CraigMahoney.com?

The last week or two 'round the studio, I've been spending time trying to refocus my career a bit and to simplify and streamline things here @ CMHQ. One of the things I'm considering is, rather than finish building the last few pages of craigmahoney.com, completely tearing the thing down. I'd redirect the homepage to this blog, use Flickr to host my portfolio, and host any music I record on MySpace Music. I'd still keep my webhosting account and use it to host my podcast, which I'd post up here, and an online store for all my original art. Any t-shirts or prints I wanted to sell would be through Zazzle or RedBubble.

Now, while that would certainly be simpler for me, would it be easier for you out there in webland? Would you find that too difficult to figure out and navigate? Would it look less professional? I don't look at it as being more complicated because, instead of having to build a number of different pages for my site, I'd just upload content to various websites. The links page at the side of this blog would take the place of the menu on my website. So, what say you? I really do want feedback. Post in the comments below or hit me up facebook and twitter.


The Captain @ The New Place

Here's a drawing done mostly with marker that I finished a week ago, but, for some reason, never got around to posting. So, here it is. I like it a lot. I wanna do a lot more like it.



My absolute favorite day of the year. All you Micks and Pats out there, get out and celebrate and explore your heritage. We need to take this holiday back from those who just want to wear some tacky green shit as an excuse to get loaded. As a gift, I leave these videos:


CM Video Diary #4

Hot on the heels of the blog debut of Video Diary #3 comes the scorching Video Diary #4. Drink deep, friends.

CM Art Auction

Over the course of the week I'll be auctioning off just about every piece of art I still have in my possession on eBay. One of the reasons is, obviously, to raise some much needed dough. The other is that, frankly most of these pieces were created with the specific intention to fill holes in my portfolio. Now that that's done it's time to clear the inventory and get started on some new stuff. So, take a peek over at my seller's page. This could be a great opportunity to pick up some cool memorabilia and big ticket items for a real cheap price, although I'm rooting against that. Personally I hope the bidding hits the low ten thousands.

Craig Mahoney Studios eBay Store

CM Video Diary #3

Man, it feels good to be back online! I lost my internet connection about a week ago, finally got it back now, and I'm trying to catch up on some bidness. First off, here's Video Diary #3 that I shot with my new BlackBerry and uploaded straight to twitter because I don't know how to upload it to anywhere else yet. Enjoy, kids.



Just testing out mobile blogging from my new blackberry.


CM Video Diary #2

In my second video diary entry, I go into a bit more detail on the whole point of the video diaries and get in some work on a new Derek Jeter drawing (with season 3 of Deadwood playing in the background).

Check Out This Art Opening

My friend and colleague, Ellen Martin will have some work hanging in a new exhibit opening this Thursday. Come check it out and say, 'Hi'. Below is a pic of one of Ellen's pieces and the event info. Check out more of Ellen's art here.

Join us on Thursday, March 11th for our opening reception of the
 Pier Village Art Gallery!
  4:oo PM to 7:00 PM 
 8 Centennial Drive
 Pier Village, Long Branch
Exhibited Artwork by Laura Brunetti
 and her Traveling Canvas Series
 along with guest artists:
 Ellen Martin
Ellen Woods 
JoAnn Lense
 Kathy Polenberg
Event Catered by
My Kitchen Witch Cafe of Monmouth Beach
Live Entertainment
 Buy a piece of art during the months of February and March and funds received will benefit the CCIS (Children's Crisis Intervention Services) Unit of the Behavioral Health Center
at Monmouth Medical Center

Big Thanks To These Generous Donors!

I'd just like to take a minute to send a very big 'Thank You' to Kelly, Dennis, Laura, and Bonnie, who all donated a few bucks toward the upkeep of this blog and all its art, music, videos, and podcasts. The donations are greatly appreciated and every little dollar helps keep things going around here. Thank you all.

If you'd like to donate a buck or two, just click that 'Donate' button to the left and follow the instructions.


Video Diary #1

As I prep for a few upcoming shows in April, and generally try to get things in order around this shithole, I'll be posting video diaries of my progress and my process. Here's the first one:


New Photography Show Opening Sunday

Here's a press release I wanted to pass along for another great art show opening in the Monmouth/Jersey Shore area this weekend. The Guild is a cool place and a great resource for local artists. You should definitely check it out.
2010 EyeSights Photography Show Opens at the Guild of Creative Art
The 7th Annual EyeSights Open Juried Photography show, one of the premier photography shows in New Jersey, will have its opening reception at the Guild of Creative Art in Shrewsbury on Sunday, March 7, from 3 - 5 p.m., with an awards ceremony at 4:00. The show will include both monochrome and color photography and work in traditional, digital, or combination styles. The show will run through March 31st.

Ricardo Barros, an internationally recognized artist, educator and mentor, was the judge for the show. He has been the photographer-in-residence at Grounds for Sculpture since its inception. Barros' personal work is in the permanent collection of ten museums, including the Smithsonian Museum of American Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The Guild of Creative Art is located at 620 Broad Street, in Shrewsbury (across from The Grove). The hours are Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Thursday to 7:00 p.m.) and Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The reception is free and the public is warmly welcomed to attend. For more information, please call 732 -741-1441 or visit: www.guildofcreativeart.org.
Founded in 1960, the Guild of Creative Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2010. It is the oldest nonprofit arts cooperative in New Jersey and the largest, with 435 members. The Guild offers a wide diversity of classes for adults, teens, and children as well as hosting monthly exhibits in its gallery

"Earth, Sea, Sky" Art Opening

Just want to pass along info on a show some friends and colleagues of mine are having. If you're in the Long Branch area tonight between 7 & 11pm, swing by the opening for some great art & live music.

"Earth, Sea, Sky" at In Spirit Living featuring artwork by:

Caroline Urbania
Josh "Dogmatic" Matson
Kristin Kruger
Jane Craven
Ksenia Poulber
Rev.Chris Murphy

Live Music by Sunny Daze and Thor!
In Spirit Living Yoga Studio & Art Gallery
560 Broadway Suite 202
Long Branch, NJ 07740
908 433 2395


Save CM Studios

Most of you who follow the various things I do here on the interwebs are aware of my status as a starving artist, as well as the "donate" button on the left of this page. However, I've been a little cagey about the true nature of the dire financial straits I'm in here. Unfortunately, I've been out of work for nearly 3 months with rapidly dwindling resources and little-to-no income. If I can't come up with the rent by the end of this month, I will find myself without a place to live or work. That means no more Craig Mahoney Studios. So, I'm asking all of you who read this blog, who follow me on facebook and twitter, and generally enjoy the art, music, and insanity I produce, to throw a couple of bucks in the till to keep this train rolling.

Now, I'm not asking for charity. I'm asking people to donate some money so that I can keep producing something they enjoy. In turn, I'll keep up my end of the bargain by bringing you even more; new art, music, videos, podcasts and blog posts.

In April, I'll be part of three public art exhibitions and be making my debut as a singer/songwriter with a new band. For the next month and a half I'll be documenting my preparations for these events and my struggles to keep CM Studios going in regular video diaries. I don't know if I'll be able to post a new one every day, but I'm gonna try. You're gonna be in on the band rehearsals, and the drawing and painting process as I mess around with some stylistic changes and new directions in my work. Whether these video diaries become a document of the end of my career or its new beginning remains to be seen.

So, please, if you can spare a couple of bucks to make a donation or buy a t-shirt, drawing, or painting, it will be greatly appreciated and put to good use. And, if you do like what it is I do here, please be sure to spread the word. Thanks.


Buy Now - Sinatra "In The Wee Small Hours"

The next item I'm adding to the CM online catalog is my Frank Sinatra painting, "In The Wee Small Hours'. Again, I'm knocking a lot off the gallery price to make it more affordable. Honestly, I think this is the coolest piece I've done so far, and makes any room it's in better. For those who missed the last two posts, you can buy my original Yankee art here and my autographed Eli Manning painting here. And, as always, if you can't afford any original art, you can throw a few bucks to the continuation of CM Studios by clicking the "donate" button on the sidebar to the left.

"The Wee Small Hours"
24"x36" acrylic on canvas


Sitting 'Round The House (Thinking 'Bout You)

Here's lyrics and video for a song I recently penned. It's a song about one of those long, lonely nights when your only company is the dog and a bottle, and all you can think about is the one that got away. The more you try to drink her off your mind, the more you can't keep your mind off of her. It's one of those songs. It's a bit dark, but I like it. Let me know what you think, boys and girls.

There's a bottle on the shelf with a few pours left
Enough to get me pretty far
I slip into a hard drink and a soft chair
And light my last cigar
I puff too hard and start to choke
My eyes tear up from all the smoke
It makes a face I don't see much anymore

Well, I'm sitting 'round the house with nothing to do
But to sit around the house and think about you
Sittin her strumming this old guitar
Nursing my booze and cursing my scars
And sitting 'round the house thinking 'bout you

I sip my drink. I pet the dog
Neither of us moves
The rain beats out a light staccato
On the windows and the roof
The drip-drop rhythm pours through my brain
And I dream I'm dancing with you again
But, in the end, it's nothing more than rain

Well, I'm sitting 'round the house with nothing to do
But to sit around the house and think about you
Sittin her strumming this old guitar
Nursing my booze and cursing my scars
And sitting 'round the house thinking 'bout you

I leave the pain of the past behind
And dream of seeing you again
To see the way your lips curl 'round your smile
To feel the touch of your hand
To fall into your deep, dark eyes
Till I'm finally claimed by my prize
Never to be heard from again

Well, I'm sitting 'round the house with nothing to do
But to sit around the house and think about you
Sittin her strumming this old guitar
Nursing my booze and cursing my scars
And sitting 'round the house thinking 'bout you

Portrait of the Artist as an Old Hermit

Hmmmmm... Gotta make my first public appearance in over 2 months on Saturday. Debating whether to get a shave & haircut and go back to classic Craig or stay with the Howard Hughes aesthetic. What do you think?
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A Toast To The Lonely - Lyrics

I've got a few new songs that I'm going to be posting lyrics & either audio or video of soon, but I realized I never put the lyrics for "A Toast To The Lonely" up when I originally posted the video. So here they are, along with the video for those of you who missed it the first time.

A Toast To The Lonely
Another cold night in the latest hot spot
I ask a few girls to dance, but i ain't got no shot
So, I buy beer & whisky with dough I ain't got
I got plenty of piss, but I ain't got no pot

But, if only those brown eyes I dream of at night
Will come take my hand, make everything alright
I keep searching for her, but she's nowhere in sight
So, I cling to the bar till I get good and tight

Here's a toast to all the lonely guys
Who will never see the twinkle in that special someone's eyes
And till the day it starts turning for the better
Keep your bellies to the bar and we'll be lonely all together

It's been so long since I felt the warm touch of a lass
The only lip that I've kissed is the lip of my flask
Only kick I gets from gettin' kicked in the ass
If you've been here before then you don't need to ask

And, after another long night with the dregs
I wake up to breakfast of beers & burnt eggs
With a pound in my head and an ache in my legs
And a wonder as to how my life got so sad

Here's a toast to all the lonely guys
Who will never see the twinkle in that special someone's eyes
And till the day it starts turning for the better
Keep your bellies to the bar and we'll be lonely all together

So, I'm sending a kiss to my true love to be
Wherever, whomever she might be
I pray that she's swift on her way here to me
To lead me out of my misery

And, to my fellow drunks at the end of the bar
With no Miss to kiss under these shining stars
Here's hoping your true love, she ain't off too far
If she is, stick around, and I'll buy the next jar

CM Podcast - Feb 22nd 2010

In the newest podcast I'm joined by Laura Gesin of VoxPopNJ for a discussion that starts with social media and moves on to include the Olympics, Tiger Woods, comedy, comic books, and even a bit of existentialism.


Buy Now - Original Yankees Art

In honor of the start of Spring Training, here's a few original Yankee pieces of mine available for purchase:
36"x48" acrylic on canvas

17"x14" b&w pencil on paper

36"x24" acrylic on canvas
autographed by Derek Jeter


With St. Patrick's Day coming up and, the Belmar parade only two weeks away, now's the time to order your Craig Mahoney designed "Irish Temper, Jersey Attitude" t-shirts over @ Zazzle.com. I recommend going with the faded green ringer, but feel free to choose the shirt that's right for you.

Your Monday Morning Links

Rather than taking the lazy way out like I've been doing, and just posting links to some of the cool things I find on the web directly to facebook & twitter. I'm gonna try and collect them in little blog posts along with a sentence or two of commentary from me on each. So, here are your inaugural Monday morning links:

Do You Believe In Non-Miraculous But Still Extremely Impressive Upsets? by Joe DeLessio, from NYMag.com, on last night's thrilling USA upset victory over Canada in men's Olympic hockey. I only got to read tweets about as it was happening because I'm a broke-ass artist still trying to pool together enough dough to turn my cable back on. If I wasn't a sports fan I wouldn't miss live TV at all. Even without it, I've still been able to get to a bar or friend or relatives house to catch the games I really want to see, but last night was proof of how great sports is. You never know when you're gonna see something truly great or historic. Also, congrats to NBC on airing the most thrilling event of the games so far on MSNBC where plenty of people without cable missed it and, maybe more importantly, plenty others missed it in HD. That's the way to appeal to sports fans in 2010.

The NY Post's Joel Sherman has the whole story on the Yankees signing pitcher Chan Ho Park. I like the move. A nice, relatively inexpensive pickup that could add more depth to the bullpen.

Here's a cool little post, with audio, from Cartoon Brew on San Francisco singer/songwriter Meagan Lynch's debut album "Songs the Brothers Warner Taught Me", which is a collection of classic American pop tunes made famous by early Looney Tune and Merry Melodies cartoons. Read more about it, and listen to the whole thing, at the Brew.

And, from the NY Times, comes this story on a conceptual art installation currently in Vancouver for the Olympics, that's a recreation of a bar in Belfast. That's right. They rebuilt The Whole. Fucking. Bar. Senator Blutarsky has nominated artist Theo Sims for a McArthur genius grant.

Have something cool you think should be posted on the blog? E-mail it to admin@craigmahoney.com 


Buy Now - Eli's Escape

I'm currently in the middle of building an online store, where you'll be able to purchase all my new and unsold original art with a few clicks of your mouse. Until I get that up and running, though, I'm going to post a new piece each day along with the PayPal link to purchase it. Although I'll be featuring a different item every day, every piece will remain for sale, until it's, you know, sold. So, you'll be able to come back to each post at anytime, click the "Buy Now" button, and purchase the item whenever you feel like it.


The first item up for sale is "Eli's Escape", my 36"x24" acrylic painting on canvas featuring Eli Manning about to make the pass for the famous "Helmet Catch" in Super Bowl 42. The piece is also autographed by Eli, with the signature certified by In The Game Collectibles. Now, an extremely detailed piece like this, with over two months of labor put into it, and autographed by a Super Bowl MVP, should sell for a couple of grand at least. But, since I know that's an extremely prohibitive price for most people, and because, let's face it, I'm a broke-ass, starving artist trying to jump start operations here at Craig Mahoney Studios and can use any dough I get... I'm offering it to one lucky duck for a mere $800. So, click that juicy little golden button and become the proud owner of what is not only a stunning piece of original artwork, but a one-of-a-kind sports collectible depicting one of the most memorable plays in Super Bowl history.

CM Podcast - Feb 18th 2010

In my latest podcast, I sit down with T.J. Brustowicz from Shore Flicks and Chris Whittet from the Shore
Thing Duo to discuss movies, music, celebrity charity singles & what the hell Susan Dey is up to lately. Check it out here. On a side note, that pic is clear evidence I need a shave and a haircut.


Sunday Morning Coming Down

Some video of me in the studio, rocking the Howard Hughes look & belting out the Johnny Cash classic Sunday Morning Coming Down. Enjoy,  kiddies!

Help A Brutha Out

Starting today, if you look to the sidebar on the right of this blog, you'll notice a little "DONATE" button beckoning to you ever so invitingly. As most of you who follow me know, I don't make much money doing what I do. Most of the art I create is very labor-intensive and there's only so little I can charge before I start ripping myself off. I also put a lot of time into things like this blog and the podcast, and charge nothing for those. I enjoy everything I put out on this blog, my website, the podcast, twitter, youtube, etc. I want to keep producing it and throwing it up on the web for free. So, basically, like John Turturro in Miller's Crossing, I'm asking you to "look into your heart".

If you enjoy visiting the blog and checking out my drawings and paintings, if you laugh at my nonsense on twitter, want more videos and podcasts, and you've got a few dimes to spare, please click on that cute li'l golden button on the right and give whatever you're comfortable with to keep the operations here @ Craig Mahoney Studios humming along smoothly. It doesn't matter what you give. It could be $1. It could be $1000 (which would be AWESOME). If you can't afford to give anything, believe me, I understand. I still appreciate you comin' by.

Everyone who donates will get a personal shout-out and thanks from me here on the blog, and I'm gonna try to come up with some sort of a drawing to reward a lucky donor. Trust me, the more time I get to spend doing what I enjoy, the more you'll enjoy what I do. Thanks a lot, kids. And, as always, I love you all.

Craig Mahoney & the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Podcast

Last week I finally recorded my first podcast. It went well, as far as 1st podcasts go. Basically, it's 34 min. of me emptying my brain into a microphone. I was a bit nervous and didn't get to a few things I had wanted to, and, around the 20 min. mark, I spend about 5 min. dancing around a point on American anti-intellectualism without ever quite nailing it. However, I was pleased enough to release it to the general public, and you can listen to it (and all future podcasts) at craigmahoney.mypodcast.com.

I've begun lining up guests for future podcasts and was lucky enough to have as my 1st guest Laura Gesin, the Jersey Shore social networking maven & founder of VoxPopNJ. We spent a great hour talking about a great many things, I thanked her for coming, promised to see her @ VPNJ's next event, and then sat down to mix down and upload the podcast. Unfortunately, the recording that I encountered was, to use a technical term, "completely and utterly fucked". I won't get into all the techie aspects, but I could not release what I heard to the public.

So, I now herewith give my public apology to Ms. Gesin, who will return to re-record this Monday, and urge you all to head to VoxPopNJ.com, follow her on twitter as @AsburyPop, and check out some of her great social networking workshops like the one coming up on Sat, Feb 27th @ The Showroom in Asbury Park entitled "Social Networking For Creative People". I'll be there to say a few words, and it will be followed by a screening of some local indie films. So, please, go ahead and check all that out, then listen to the podcast. You'll thank me later.


Craig's Assistant

I've been working like crazy all week trying to get the new site up, complete with new online store and weekly podcast. It looks like everything's a go for it all to be up by Tuesday morning. In the meantime, here's a peek at one of the many, many reasons it's been taking me so long.


Cartoons & Hot Chicks

Here's some more pics of that "Nature Girl" painting I did, as well as some doodles from last night.