“I don’t think you can reinvent the truth, the only thing you can do is tell it.”
“I’m just pacing myself. It’s really very, very fortunate. I’m happy about it. It’s just, how long can I keep it up?”
Despite some professional setbacks along the way, sports agent and political activist David Sugarman’s tenacious attitude and positive outlook on life reign supreme.
“At the heart of what we love to do outside of touring and stuff, we’re major outdoor Canadian, borderline lumberjack type people.”
Ted Jenkin talks with us about some primary financial issues facing Gen-Xers, namely our propensity for living a chateaubriand lifestyle on a burger budget.
Country singer/songwriter Danny Griego talks entertainment business challenges, unique ways he is giving back, and how he maintains integrity and faith through everything.
“…everything happens at the right time. If we had the opportunity to do these things before, I don’t think we would have been able to deliver at the level that we were able to.”
Why would a well-educated man with the world at his feet in finance decide to take a gamble on such a risky venture as a restaurant? Lloyd Rosenman knows!
Theater vet and House of Cards star Nathan Darrow discusses his NYC run with the play Kill Me Like You Mean It, upcoming projects and more.
“I’m basically a batshit crazy, conflicted Libra psycho who should be hit in the head with a brick while I sleep. It’s a miracle anyone tolerates me at all.”