Jun 10, 2021
In this podcast, Jaime picks up
where he left off in
Part 1, describing his evolution as an artist. Like a lot of
kids his age, Saturday morning cartoons were a big influence.
Comics in the newspaper also played their part.
We shift back to his return to SF after high school. He worked as a screen-printer at The...
Jun 8, 2021
Jaime Crespo's first drawings were made on the blank pages in a Bible.
In this podcast, the cartoonist traces his lineage back to his mom, who was born in Northern Mexico and is Yaqui/Yoeme. She came to LA with her brother in the early 20th century. When their mom got deported back to Mexico, she moved up to run a cafe...
Jun 3, 2021
In this episode, H.P. picks up where he left off in Part 1. He had moved with his mom to Daly City and starts off telling a story about the Colma Target. It involves a kid he met while hanging out at Radio Shack and Walden Soft at Serramonte Mall across the freeway.
From there, we go on to talk about H.P.'s first...
Jun 1, 2021
So, we're doing something a little different here.
Way, way back in Season 1, on Episode 14 (Part 1 / Part 2), we had friend of the show H.P. Mendoza on. Back then, we were all about stories, not necessarily people's stories, like we are today. And so, we asked H.P. to come back on and share his personal history with...
May 27, 2021
In this podcast, Wanika picks up where she left off in Part 1. After high school, her band Mystic Youth became more of a full-time gig, writing music, playing shows, recording. She shares the mischievous story of how she got started playing bass. Self-taught at first, she eventually took lessons, and that made her think...