So Local Pasco Podcast, June 2nd, 2016. Grab Bag of Stories Edition

A Grab Bag of stories, today…I love a busy studio day. People were calling, messaging, and stopping by all day, today.  I had visits from THREE local musicians, Jeremiah Halverson, Alex Centeno, and Sara Delbeato.

She was a FANTASTIC interview, and you'll get to hear all of it this Saturday, on the SLP Saturday Music Cast
She was a FANTASTIC interview, and you’ll get to hear all of it this Saturday, on the SLP Saturday Music Cast

Unrelated to the podcast…But check out this amazing animated gif of the track of Tropical Storm Bonnie, which, incredibly, is still spinning along the North Carolina coast as a post tropical disturbance:

Radar loop of the life of Bonnie
Radar loop of the life of Bonnie

Starting this Tuesday, I’ll be doing some ‘live’ So Local Pasco podcasts from the Westside Deli, on Little Road.  We’ve had a great time there, and now we will conducting interviews, and chatting with patrons and staff, so stop by from 11:30am!

Kim and Deb, telling crazy Bob stories, at the Westside Deli
Kim and Deb, telling crazy Bob stories, at the Westside Deli

Congratulations to Gary and Andrew Polo, on THEIR new venture…a music store, school, and music venue called “Anything Music”, in New Port Richey!

A Meeting Place for the Arts.
A Meeting Place for the Arts.

Best of Philly is MOVING.  It’s okay, it’s just up the street!  However, I am wondering what’s going to become of the CLASSIC building they’ve been in.  For those that don’t know, that building is not a replica of anything…It truly is a classic prefab hamburger joint from the 60s….I certainly hope it gets preserved, it’s certainly a historic landmark, now!

This building was "The Bowery Burger" for many years.
This building was “The Bowery Burger” for many years.

Hey!  It turns out that HUGE alligator story from Palmetto, Florida is TRUE…At least according to Politifact.  Here is another pic of that same gator…He has been seen by hundreds of folks at the Buffalo Creek Golf Course for the past several years:

The gator appears to be about 14 feet in length...Very close to RECORD size.
The gator appears to be about 14 feet in length…Very close to RECORD size.

Finally, make sure and get your tickets NOW for the So Local Pasco Marine Science Day for Grownups Boat Tour (with BEER!) soon…We are half way to sold out, and have six weeks to go!

Click the poster to buy tickets!
Click the poster to buy tickets!
CLICK THE POSTER, ABOVE, TO LINK TO TICKET PAGE!
The Miss Daisy is a fully licensed charter operation! Great, stable, NO SEASICK boat trip!
The Miss Daisy is a fully licensed charter operation! Great, stable, NO SEASICK boat trip!
Aerial view of our picnic island, Durney Key. At the mouth of the Cotee River, among the iconic stilt houses.
Aerial view of our picnic island, Durney Key. At the mouth of the Cotee River, among the iconic stilt houses.

~Greg

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