Pros(e) of Pie co-producers Ivy & Zak will be interviewed on local radio station WJTN this morning at 10am. We’ll be talking to veteran host Jim Roselle about the storytelling class we’re running at the Chautauqua Institution all this week and announcing details of the special installment of Pros(e) of Pie to be held on the grounds this Friday.
You can livestream the broadcast here.
And stay tuned for more details on Friday’s event!
In an article on retro desserts, Westchester Magazine calls Pros(e) of Pie a ‘phenomenon’:
And witness the phenomenon of the sellout Pros(e) of Pie series in Tarrytown, a monthly shindig where people bring home-baked pies, tell stories, and crown a Piemaster. (link)
We’re happy to be in such tasty local company. Located just around the corner, our friends at The Twisted Oak got praised for their fancy “marshmallow-cream French toast based on the Fluffernutter”. Yum- we’ll take a pie entry from them any day!
We’ve been included the New York Times listing of things to do in Westchester this weekend! It was only a matter of time before the newspaper of record took notice. It’s going to be another sold out show this Saturday, Dec 14. The theme is the Big Chill. So get one of the few tickets left before you’re left out in the cold too!
We spent a great hour chatting Pie on the Radio with hosts Peter Moses and John Chuhran on WVOX AM-1460 yesterday. We talked about what makes Pros(e) of Pie a successful new tradition and may have convinced our hosts to come by for a chance to get their stories out.
Here are 5 clips from the show:
Pros(e) of Pie is all set for our second radio interview of the season!
You’ll be able to tune into WVOX this afternoon at 3pm on 1460AM or stream us live. Co-producers Ivy Eisenberg and Zak Shusterman will be talking Pros(e) of Pie, and the monthly blend of stories and pie that’s been selling out show after show for months.