Putting the Pop in Culture, Evening Magazine

July 04, 2012

I grew up watching Evening Magazine - which has been one of the highest rated regional programs on television for a long time - so I flipped when reporter Kim Holcomb asked me if I was interested in being featured on the program.  I agreed of course, and eventually we decided to film one of my many gifts to local youth. Actually, it was the second pair of customs I had given to Jesse, and my favorite of this piece is when when we toss his old - completely thrashed - customs in the garbage.

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