Pinstriped Podcast w/ Stadium Insider

Craig talks with Ross Sheingold of NYYStadiumInsider.com about the ups and downs of visiting Yankee Stadium, why it may be time to put Tim McCarver out to pasture, proper dating etiquette, and more on the latest Pinstriped Podcast.

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Podcast w/ Matt Wade

Craig talks about some new events coming up from Craig Mahoney Studios in the coming weeks, and chats with singer/songrwriter/keyboardist Matt Wade about his career, upcoming gigs, what it would be like scoring music for a porn flick, and plays a little music off his record.

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CM Podcast w/ Last Perfect Thing

Craig is joined by Greg & Mike from the band Last Perfect Thing, who talk about the history of the band, their upcoming Gulf Coast Relief benefit, and play a few tracks off their album and live acoustically.

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CM Podcast – Will Leitch, Mel Gibson & more

Craig takes apart Mel Gibson’s rants, talks about racist language, why you don’t want to date a creative person, the future of the podcast & CM Studios, and takes a call from NY Magazine & The Sporting News’s Will Leitch to discuss LeBron James and the passing of George Steinbrenner.

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Here’s the video of the Louis CK bit I mentioned:

Pinstriped Podcast w/ Rob Iracane

On the latest Pinstriped Podcast, Craig talks with Rob Iracane of WalkOffWalk.com about the week the Yankees took sole possession of 1st place, returned to the site of one of their greatest defeats, said ‘hello’ to an old friend, and seemed to turn a corner on the road to #28.

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Monday Morning Hangover Podcast

In another Monday Morning Hangover edition of the podcast, Craig welcomes Helicopter Dance Off’s Bill Coyle aboard as co-host, and they yammer on about the greatness of Toy Story 3, the ridiculousness of the Jerry Seinfeld/Lady Gaga feud, something called the “World Cup”, and more.

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Phinishing Phil

Those of you who watched Monday’s video diary know that I was hitting the homestretch on my painting of the New York Yankees young pitcher Phil Hughes. I said I needed to touch up the face and get going on the jersey. Well, the fleshtones are all done now, and I’m halfway through his jersey. There is now light at the end of the tunnel. I also said I would kill myself if I haven’t finished this by the end of the week, so if I turn up dead Sunday morning, someone just post a pic of however far I got. Thanks.

CM Podcast w/ Jerry Beck

Craig talks to animation historian and producer Jerry Beck about his great blog Cartoon Brew, his book “The 100 Greatest Looney Tunes Cartoons” (watch them on the facebook page here), Cartoon Network’s new Looney Tunes show, the creator driven cartoons of the 90’s, and gets interrupted by a very, very excited Mickey dog.

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SO MUCH ACTIVITIES!!!

Just took a look at my schedule for the next few days, and HOLY CRAP!, I have a lot going on. Aside from the normal, everyday, human adult things I’m trying to do today, like laundry and apartment cleaning, I have to finish up that Phil Hughes painting that has been kicking my ass like Popeye on a spinach bender, and design a new podcast logo and flyer to start promoting the show out in the big, scary, offline, three-dimensional, real world. I’m also still searching for a guest for Tuesday’s Yankee podcast (say YES, Kim Jones!).

Here’s a list of some of other cool shit going on and some cool places you may (or may not) see me.

  • Like every weekend this summer, you can catch me working the camera for the TV show over at Monmouth Park Racetrack. It’s always a great time, so come on down and, if you’re near the winner’s circle, say Hi. (I just hope it’s not a thousand damn degrees again)
  • Saturday night at The Stone Pony catch Last Perfect Thing. They’re pretty damn awesome and are gonna be swingin’ by the studio in a little over a week for a podcast. They’ve been nice enough to put me on the guest list, so you may very well see me there… alone and in a corner typing half-drunk into my blackberry.
  • Sunday night the great Bill Coyle of improv comedy group Helicopter Dance Off will be coming by the studio to help me with the Monday Morning Hangover podcast. We’ll be riffing on the week that was, and answer a few listener questions.
  • On Monday I’m meeting with the producer and director of “Falling To Pieces”, a short film that will be shot in and around Asbury Park to be entered in the Project Twenty1 Film Festival. I’m gonna be doing a little  acting and camera work on it. They’re currently looking for cast and crew. Details can be found here.
  • Monday night it’s the Best of Monmouth Summer Festival from Monmouth Health & Life Magazine. I’ll be there doing some live drawing, painting, and podcasting. I may even sing a song or two.
  • Finally (phew!) on Tuesday night, at the BlueClaws’ FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, it’s a Jersey Shore Summer Tweetup. Come meet your twitter and facebook friends in the flesh have a dog, a few beers, and catch some great minor league baseball. Details here.

After that I will crawl back into my hole, away from the sunlight, to draw, paint, podcast, and watch my Jodie Foster videos in private.