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Show Me Your Basement, Shortline

The internal mic on the camcorder I’m using did not do justice to this band when I recorded them at the pool concert. Still, it’s hard not to be impressed with them. Here’s the story as it ran in The New York Times’ blog, The Local.

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Show Me Your Basement: Amie Goad – The Local – Maplewood Blog – NYTimes.com

It was a dark, dreary day when I shot this and I really struggled with light. I vowed that my next project would not be underground! Here’s the story as it ran in The New York Times’ blog, The Local.

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Show Me Your Basement Maplewood Bands

It’s a kind of magic that occurs when band members throw together a tune without discussion, without planning, just by finding a groove. That’s what happened when I asked the members of The Caterpillar Book to play me a quick tune to promote Maplewoodstock 2009, an outdoor music festival that takes place every year in Maplewood. Here’s my latest piece of video journalism as it ran in The New York Times’ blog, The Local.

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Show Me Your Basement: Home Brewers – The Local – Maplewood Blog – NYTimes.com

Here it is, the latest in my series for The New York Times blog, The Local about the strange and wonderful things folks in suburbia get up to in their basements. This time it’s home brewing.


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Show Me Your Basement: Tom Reingold

Here’s my latest piece of video journalism: a post to the New York Times’ blog, The Local.The story features Tom Reingold, a resident of Maplewood, NJ who fixes up bikes in his basement and gives them away. He’s a bit of a minor celebrity in town for his prolific posts on the main town website.The video is part of my series of profiles of people doing interesting things in their basement. My theory is that it’s down underground where the suburbs get interesting.

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