At the Eric Peters Laboratory of Well-Timed Featurettes, I am constantly striving to bring you all manner of entertainment from near and afar. After reading and writing solely about such overblown mundaneities as faith, art, cinema, rechromed bicycles, rabbit coffee mugs, and picking apart such literati as East! Or Be Jostled, let us now turn [...]
Beginning Friday 9/11/09, Under The Radar (The Best Music You’ve Never Heard) will begin airing an interview I did awhile back with these kind-hearted folks. Host, Dave Trout, is one of the good eggs within the music biz industry, and I’m thankful for people like him who allow me the chance to be heard. Another [...]
Daryl over at Saving The Set List recently posted Parts I and II of an interview I recently took part in with him. Though we did not discuss the merits of extra sharp cheddar cheese and strategically-placed jalapenos on well-seasoned beef nachos, I still enjoyed it very much. Frankly, I’m just glad anyone wants to [...]
My family regularly attends children’s storytime at the Nashville Public Library where Library Pete, The Professor, and Mary Mary regale attendees with stories, rainbow drawings, singing, and the continuing puppet adventures of Cedric the Dragon, Spanish Fox, JJ the Lamb, and Tommy Dog. Beyond all the puppeteering aimed at the kids, though, the proceedings are [...]
Today is Mr. Buechner’s 83rd birthday. He is one of our favorite authors here in the Rabbit Room. We wish him a hearty 83rd, along with plenty more to follow. Cheers!
I think everyone agrees: t-shirts are both necessary for humankind, and fairly handy when it comes to social interaction. There’s nothing worse than meeting new people, and realizing you have no shirt on. *Awkward*.
Here’s something else I think folks agree upon: old Volkswagens (i.e., pre-1970′s models) are some of the best cars ever made. My [...]
Nashville, TN (AP Wire)
Eight Nashville-based singer-songwriters, collectively named The Square Peg Alliance, recently uncovered the rare fossilized bones of a Cretaceous vodka-swilling winged super-raptor during a two-day run of concerts in the American midwest. Casualties were reported.
Electric guitar slinging folk-rock sensation, Andrew Osenga, evidently springing to his nine-toed feet in a spontaneous sprint [...]
I’m dragging today, and am fighting my daily bout with the post-lunch lethargy (a good reason my friends call me “Pappy”) as Ben and I are up at the studio adding touches to a song called “I Had To Tell You”. The A/C is on today, and we give thanks. I’m struggling to stay focused [...]
In the interest of shameless, low brow self-promotion, I wish to make it known that I had a book come out (“releasing”?, “hitting the shelves”?) this Friday May 8. It is titled, Revenge of the Birds.
Revenge of the Birds is an adventure book for kids-of-all-ages. Complete with colloquial illustrations, I wrote it in the 5th [...]
Last weekend I was in Champaign, IL, a place that felt like it should be dead-center in the middle of a cast-iron pancake griddle. On one side of the interstate were rows of new construction homes, while on the other, ploughed fields reaching out to the horizon with deep, dark tendrils. I find it hard [...]