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Tell The Bartender Episode 17: According To Plan

Listen to Episode 17: According To Plan

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In this Episode:

Sometimes things in life don’t always go according to plan. Like, let’s say you spend two months planning a live version of your podcast with some celebrity guests, and it goes great, but there is a technical issue and it didn’t record. You know, like that. Well, sadly, the last live show will live on only in the memories of those who were there BUT we have pictures below of the event, and it inspired this episode.

Nature, Nurture: When she started a family with her husband, Micaela Walker wanted things to be as natural as possible. Nature had a different idea. Hear the incredible story about what she learned from her daughter, Lula.

Welcome To New York: Maria Carreon was brought to New York City by some unusual circumstances. Things didn’t go so well.

ALSO listener shout outs,  a new drink recipe, and music from listener NazT N8!

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Micaela Walker is a Brooklyn based photographer and a world class storyteller. Her blog about Roan and Lula can be found here. Special thanks to The Coop School Moth Night in Brooklyn hosted by esteemed Moth alum Bliss Broyard. Here is a special video tribute to her daughter, Lula:

Maria Carreon is a total badass and you want to follow her on Twitter. Here she is with The Bartender after the live show:

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And now some pics from the LIVE SHOW! Thanks again to Tate Donovan, Leslie Meisel, Christopher McLinden and everyone else for being there! Photos by Tom Scola.

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Leslie Meisel, as “Leila”, doing a reading for audience member Paige1267211_1408543006036389_1538740754_o

Making Katharine laugh1275050_1408543139369709_1987895250_o

Christopher McLinden, rocking it1270595_1408543216036368_1095799523_o

Tate Donovan being awesome1149688_1408543276036362_931734818_o

Yes, that is him showing off some sweet moves

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Thanks again for the laughs Tate Donovan!

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“I Fought In A War” by Belle & Sebastian

“Lula” by New Raspberry Bandits

“Southern Fried” mix by NazT N8

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists

Tell The Bartender Episode 8: Oops

Listen to Episode 8: Oops

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In This Episode:

Horse Power: A few years ago Micaela Walker’s car got hit by a reckless teenage driver. Since this took place in Amish Country, it also happens that the teenager was speeding in a horse and buggy.

The Time Of Your Life: Steve Reynolds tells us about one night with Green Day, his blood, and Winona Ryder.

Oopsie Baby: Mike Rose never expected to need the tips on his amateur midwifery cheat sheet, but…

PLUS Katharine shares a classic drink recipes and gives personal shout-outs to subscribers and supporters, and a new round of everyone’s favorite game, “Craigslist Ad or Casting Notice?” Also, Katharine was a guest on the amazing comedy podcast, Keith and the Girl last week. Hear her tell her favorite bartending stories on their show here!

Micaela Walker is a Brooklyn based photographer, writer and very safe driver. Here is a picture of the incident:

© Micaela Walker

© Micaela Walker

Steve Reynolds is a DJ (founder of the popular 90s event Party Like It’s 1999), an MC (for Bunnie England and the New Originals, New York’s loudest live karaoke band) a music journalist and co-editor of the new book Fan Interference: A Collection of Baseball Rants and Reflections, due out June 18th on Blue Cubicle Press. Here are the photos from the story he told with his blood on the stage:

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Mike Rose is an editor at The Unofficial Apple Weblog TUAW.com, and the regular host of the site’s live Sunday night podcast, talking about all things Mac, iPhone and more. You can find him on Twitter @MikeTRose and at his personal site, geekparent.com. Here is a picture of his family a few days after this story happened:

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Music Credits:

“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers

“Girl That Speaks No Words” by The Infadels

“Speed” by Bran Van 3000

“Goodbye” by Best Coast

“Dare I Say” by Bran Van 3000

“Farrar, Strauss & Giroux” by Destroyer

“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists