Tag Archives: Jack Lugar

More Ovaltine, Please!

“Ovaltine” October 10, 2005 By Gretchen Smith I can judge the overall health of my life by one simple thing…when I start to like Ovaltine things have gotten really bad.  My affinity for Ovaltine began in Belize Central America when … Continue reading

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The Idaho Story by Amy Bleu

My band and I were nearing the end of a one week tour of the Northwest, and heading to a small college town in Northern Idaho. We had a volunteer roadie (which is extremely rare for us). He is someone … Continue reading

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Bronson Maijala – Drummer

A hangover can be cured with a loaf of French bread. It’s $1.50 and supplies you with enough carbs to hide from the IRS. Most importantly, bread keeps you constipated. Constipation is key to an Artist’s survival. Nutrition must be … Continue reading

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Amy Bleu – Songwriting Performer

“I used to work at a convenience store and would eat the food without paying for it.  I started gaining a few pounds and began to worry about getting scurvy because of all the processed food I was eating.  I … Continue reading

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Sean Quinn – Comedian

Once my friend Kevin and I pretended to be doctors. Kevin’s sister was a doctor attending the conference, and she invited us to the hotel because two doctors couldn’t make it to the buffet, and she knew we were hungry. … Continue reading

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Artist’s Stories

You have reached The Starving Artist’s Diet: Artist Stories page. It is my desire that the many artists who visit this page will share their stories on what they have done to create their art. When someone has a true … Continue reading

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