October 13, 2017: 2017, Issue 41
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A dance with the arts on the Johnny and Barry Show

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J and B gett artsy!

Put on a velvet robe, pour yourself a glass of wine and listen as we interview Michelle Esteva, director of the Chinatown Soup Gallery about all their many endeavors. Michelle talks about the galleries programing, the inspiration to start the gallery and how you can reach them to apply for their residency or to have your work shown. For more information on Chinatown Soup Gallery. Visit their website http://www.chinatownsoup.nyc/

Next we talk to friend of the show and fine artist Mackenzie Younger, about his newest work “Jackets.” Mackenzie talks to us live from Frieze Art Fair in London, making this call more costly then usual. You can take a look at Mackenzie’s work by clicking the following link mackenzieyounger.com

To round out the show, Johnny and Barry put the classiness aside for a Curmudgeonly Thought of the Week. This weeks thought, “It’s fun getting into trouble,” was a terrible catchphrase, from a board game that really could have had any theme it wanted. This discussion goes on to become one about the lack of racial diversity in board games.

The Johnny and Barry Show is brought in and brought out by The Strokes “Reptillia,” and features the song “TMAC11” by Producer INB. It is available for download — for free — on the iTunes store and, of course, on Stitcher. We encourage you to send us your bald stories as well as your curmudgeonly thoughts at JohnnyandBarry@cngradio.com.

Updated 11:43 am, October 13, 2017
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