In this episode I talk about getting lost in the museum. Then I got lost in Central Park. Then I had a beer. I also share the story of my favorite artist, Louise Nevelson.
In this episode, I talk about visiting the Empire State Building. I take a walk around Times Square and talk about two historic female architects. Listen now!
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This week, I talk to writer and comedian Kristen Van Nest. Be sure to visit her links below!
All about Kristen Van Nest
I’m an LA-based comedian on BuzzFeed (over 3.6+ million views), host of TVCO’s live-stream / podcast show: Women Behind the Screen with Kristen Van Nest, and I also have 33k+ followers (14k on Instagram, 9k on Twitter, and 10k on YouTube) for my comedic personal essays, characters, and sketches. My past bylines include McSweeney’s, Museum of Americana: Literary Review, and a viral personal travel essay in Humungus to name a few.
The latest episode is all about train travel in the USA. I talk about taking a train from Charlotte, NC to New York, NY. In addition, I talk about some historic women in railroad. There’s even a quick story from an African-American Freight Train Engineer!
A quick weekend trip to Pensacola, Florida. I talk about food and drink in the Gulf Coast town. Also, I tell the story of Betty Skelton Franklin Erde, “First Lady of Firsts.”
I’m starting off the new season with Boston, MA. Part 1 encompasses arrival and some histories. Arrival will give you some tips on public transportation to and from the airport and some info on the train systems. This episode will also cover the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail in the Back Bay East Area.