|Posted by Stewart Brodian on March 10, 2019 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
My cars' tire went flat while working tonight. I'm not going to make as much money as I hoped for. Oh well,..
I'll get it fixed in the morning and return to being 'me' again,..!
Episode #44 of my TV show, Brodian's Basment, is just about finished and I'm already lining up films and videos for show #45.
I like doing the show as a creative outlet.
I like making music even more!
If I'm not busy, I'm not happy!
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on November 16, 2018 at 2:05 PM||comments (1)|
I posted this on one of my TV shows' pages: I want to write a scene where I show blacks and whites acting as equals. The problem is, society won't accept it. I'll be accused of living in a dream world. But, this is what society wants. Why can't people accept certain ideas?
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on April 15, 2018 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
One of the things I like about being a DJ at WDIY is that I get to play new music. Never a dull moment when I'm on the air. And, the best part is, there's always new music made available for me to choose from to play on my shows! Search playlists on www.wdiy.org My shows are called Saturday Night Alternative and (Thursday's) The Blend!
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on April 8, 2018 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
My day Thursday: checked my P.O. Box, filled the car's gas tank, washed the car and by 9:00 AM I was at Toyota's service center having the passenger side airbag replaced (factory recall). At noon, I was having lunch with a friend. From 1:00 - 4:00 PM, I was on the air at WDIY. At 4:30, I had an early dinner. 4:00 - 9:00 PM, working my day job. 9:30 PM, I'm playing guitar and singing on a podcast. 11:00 PM, I'm playing for a 1/2 hour at an open mic night. After 11:30, filling in my journal and...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on January 2, 2018 at 7:35 PM||comments (0)|
For the last few months, I have been working dilligently on releasing a 2nd book. The new book will be called, "Here's The Future You Asked For". The first one, "I'm Not Snooki (or, what I really think about society and why)" was released about six years ago. Both books are commentaries on different aspects of society.
The world has changed quite a bit since the first book was released and I felt it was time to release something new.
A long time ago, I relea...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on September 8, 2016 at 12:30 AM||comments (0)|
A few weeks ago, I drove up to Kingston, N.Y.. I was shooting scenes for a TV pilot.
As I drove into town, I noticed an art gallery on the main street.
I turned my car around and went to park.
As I was trying to park my car, there was a dragon fly flying in front of me.
It was as if it was guiding me into my parking spot.
When I walked in to the art gallery, I struck up a conversation with the lady at the desk.
I mentioned that I am a DJ and she told ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on January 18, 2014 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
Several years ago, there was a TV show on ABC called Life on Mars . Many people were dissatisfied with the way the show ended. There's a troupe of fans that get together once in a while in NYC to celebrate the show. I'm a fan of the show too and I just wrote a good portion of a script of what I felt might have been a better ending for the show. I just sent it off to the head of the fan group and I'm just going to wait and see what she thinks of what I wrote. I'm not looking to get the ve...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on July 31, 2013 at 2:20 PM||comments (0)|
A few months ago, I met with a Ben Franklin impersonator in Philadelphia.
Barry Stevens is his name and I interviewed him - along with two other Ben Franklins - for my cable TV show.
While we were talking about meeting, he told me about a colonial themed restaurant in Philadelphia where we could eat after the interview.
I have a nice colonial style coat so, I thought it'd be nice if he stayed in character, as Benjamin Franlin, and I would accompany him as Thomas Jefferson.Read Full Post »
|Posted by Stewart Brodian on May 8, 2013 at 7:50 PM||comments (1)|
When I made my first TV pilot, I would submit it to film festivals. It won an award at the first one I sent it to!
After a while, it wasn't getting accepted to film festivals (for, whatever reasons,...)
It costs money to submit to film festivals.
I figured: if I'm to be spending money on it, why not spend it on results?
There's more people watching TV than sitting in the theater at the film festival anyway.
And, you never know who may be watching,...Read Full Post »