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With Pride, Alex

Posted on: November 1st, 2012 by WatchYoMouth No Comments

Our hearts go out to all of the families affected by Hurricane Sandy. As our east coast begins to rebuild for a better future, we must not loose sight of what is at stake during this election.

Daughters for Obama

If you are like me, I am tired of all the negativity shown on both sides of the asile. PLEASE pass along this POSITIVE endorsement for President Barrack Obama and all who support equality, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. 

If you know anyone in OHIO or surrounding areas and PA…
PLEASE encourage them to volunteer in the final stretch!
We neeeed to BaROCK the VOTE!!!

Special Thanks:

  • Alex for your boundless talent, positive energy, and for sharing your story.
  • Carly Augenstein and Anna Conception for lending their unbelievable voices to a cause near and dear to their hearts. You two are THE BEST!
  • Anna Conception for her GORGEOUS arrangement of Lighter’s by Bruno Mars and Eminem. You are my ROCK. Your constant support, friendship, and weird pumpkin obsession does not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
  • Dylan Charles for his MAD quick guitar skills on Confetti by Tori Kelly
  • Johnny for Piano tinkling
  • And Alex’s NAILING it Fathers for raising such a strong, courageous, and aMAIZEing daughter. P.s. Thanks for the pictures… I think viewers thought adoption judge was Alex’s Mom ;-)
Please pass this video along to your friends, family, and fellow Americans. Alex truly represents the American Dream, not to mention the #MichiganDifference.



Posted on: October 24th, 2012 by WatchYoMouth No Comments
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Political Power Hour

Posted on: September 27th, 2012 by WatchYoMouth No Comments


Check out as they take to the mean streets of Brooklyn to do some polling on the current election. Their mission: to find out exactly what is on the minds of our littlest citizens…

Spend the night at…………. Jackson Heights 3AM

Posted on: February 4th, 2012 by Marken Greenwood No Comments

So, you’re sick of the city and you need to take a little vacay, but you have work tomorrow and about 30 bucks to spend.  Perfect.  Take a trip to the Queens Theatre this weekend to walk the boardwalk, discover an unknown landmark, and see an awesome piece of homegrown theatre.

I will admit this is a bit of a plug, but it isn’t shameless I swear!  I made the trip out to see the show because my good friend Alex Kip plays Sam, a rookie cop working all night in the madcap world of after-hours Queens.  I went with my friend Liz from California on her last night in New York.  We were both blown away by the quality of the performances showcased by the snappy wit and surprising emotion of the script.

The format of the play compares to the movie “Crash” which characterized LA through a series of intertwining, charged vignettes.   However, there are a couple of distinct differences here besides the location.  These scenes contain a lot more humor and were written by seven different playwrights working together to represent the distinct voices of the most culturally diverse neighborhood in the world.

If that doesn’t sound interesting enough, the walk to the theatre should clinch it.  You debark from the 7 train at Willets Point (where you’d go to see the Mets) and instead of taking the free shuttle to the theatre (which you can take back after of the show), you walk along the boardwalk towards the old World’s Fair Grounds (don’t you wish we still had that?  swore…).  Soon you’ll get to the most amazing landmark EVER!  Not kidding, it’s pretty damn cool.  I don’t want to tell you what it is, but here’s a hint.

Oh, and stop for some yummy Thai in Sunnyside on your way.  It’ll still fit within you’re $30 budget.  Everything’s so cheap in Queens, it feels like a third world country.  So, just be adventurous, make a night of it and go see “Jackson Heights 3AM!”

Saturday, 8:00pm or Sunday 3:00pm

Queens Theatre, 14 United Nations Ave South
Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NY

Tickets – $18 (Free for Equity Members)

Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted on: November 24th, 2011 by Patrick Fromuth No Comments




                                                       …THANKFUL .

For SO many things. I am blessed to have my family, my friends, my health, and the opportunity to share my passion and ideas with you. I will refrain from getting all mushy, but know that if you are reading this, you ROX my SOX!!! I am truly grateful for all of your support. Keep coming back and let all of us know what you think. Your input is the one that REALLY matters.

Love you all to the moon and back and Happy Thanksgiving!

P.s. Gaga is on ABC…at 9:30 Get into it!