03 Jun Architecture
We’re moving on up! This week Kyle, Matthew and Producer Natalie sit down with comedian Ron Babcock to discuss Architecture for FARCH! (Or should we say, Farchitecture?) Ron talks about how growing up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, gave him a lifelong appreciation for architecture and how urban exploring an abandoned hotel almost gave him a torn anus. Other topics include house doilies, immersion blenders, tiny houses, abandoned theme parks, and they go gaga for Googie! Check out Ron’s work over at heyron.com!
Weekly Rads: NerdTerns on “Why Would You Eat That?”, Retro Rad at the Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics on March 11th at 9pm, eyepatches, Deadpool, Zootopia, The Downtown Boys’ “Full Communism,” “Guns and People” from the Subway soundtrack, LA Zine Fest
Raddendums: Ray and Charles Eames, the Eames home, the Big Lebowski house, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, comedian “Dave Stone Lives in a Van” from Modern Comedian, Frank Lloyd Wright, Hagia Sophia, Icelandic turf homes, Marie Kondo, Daniel Burnham, “Devil in the White City” and “Isaac’s Storm” by Erik Larson, The Field Museum, the Ferris Wheel, “The Wright Brothers” by David McCullough, The 99% Invisible Podcast’s “Hard to Love a Brute” episode, River Country USA, “Gulliver’s Kingdom” theme park in Japan, the Hard Rock Park, the Alhambra palace