“I don’t know about you, but I never did enjoy anyone suppressing my reproductive cycle.” Last week the BFD (Brain Food Daily) crew interviewed my bees and also filmed some stuff with my friends Kirk Anderson and Russell Bates, two of the founders of The Backwards Beekeepers Club in Los Angeles.
Yeah, yeah. I know. She’s supposed to be a hornet. Whatever. Modern life sucks. Even the slutty halloween costumes used to be better.
Ashton Kutcher produces a documentary series on YouTube called SUBCULTURE CLUB. Two weeks ago, the production team from Thrashlab Studios and Katalyst filmed part of their “Urban Beekeeping” episode in my backyard, and interviewed me about the efforts of our local beekeeping club to legalize beekeeping in Los Angeles. Because, you know, as long as [...]
The Thrashlab film crew interviewed me today as part of their documentary about beekeeping activists who are working to legalize beekeeping Los Angeles. The filmmakers shot some beautiful footage in black and white film on a Bolex camera. The koi in the multi-frame sequence are our fish!
Today I got to geek out on the radio on KPFK 90.7 fm about urban beekeeping with Deadline L.A. hosts Barbara Osborn and Laurie Kaufman. George Langworthy, writer and director of the new documentary VANISHING OF THE BEES was also a guest on the show. As luck would have it, my allergies kicked into high [...]
Today Sunset Magazine posted our team profile on the One-Block Diet Blog with the other nine teams in competition. After much deliberation, we’ve named our team The Bad Skunks. We’ve checked out our steep competition and, frankly, we’re feeling mildly guilty about wanting to beat out all those small, vegetable-eating children for the prize. Go [...]
Some punk-ass bees from somewhere in the neighborhood have decided that it’s easier to steal honey from my bees than it is to go and make their own. In an effort to help my bees defend their hive, I first reduced the width of the hive entrance with wood down to the width of one [...]