October 12, 2016
atomic ducks, bagpipes, grocery bags, huge manatees, lyres, mugs, nyckelharpas, posters, pugmpkin, radio, T-shirts
Well… sort of. Within a few months we’ll make an announcement about Dirty Linen magazine back issues being available online. But now…
If you liked (or hated) some of the silliness of Dirty Linen such as the spine ticklers, the April Fool’s features, or the nonsensical photo captions, you might enjoy the brand shiny new items in the Dirty Linen Store. T-shirts, mugs, posters, and reusable grocery bags with gorgeous artwork featuring plenty of lyres, nyckelharpas, and bagpipes for the whole family, plus huge manatees, atomic ducks, a radio, and the world-renowned pugmpkin.
Tell your family, friends, and especially your enemies. It’ll be easier to spot them in a crowd when they wear strange attire.
December 12, 2013
Detour, P.O. Box, radio, WTMD
The old Dirty Linen P.O. Box has been closed. Since 1988, thousands of recordings, books, and videos have passed through the box. Uncountable flyers and catalogs for festivals, tours, and events. And more pre-approved credit card offers than you can shake a plastic stick at. This year the mail has reduced to a trickle, so it’s time to stop spending $224/year for the P.O. Box.
Everyone should stop mailing to P.O. Box 66600, Baltimore, MD 21239-6600, USA.
The address for Paul’s weekly radio show, Detour on WTMD, is:
1 Olympic Place, Suite 100
Towson, MD 21204
Recordings sent there will be considered for airplay.
July 29, 2011
folk music, radio, roots music, world music, WTMD
I have been hosting “Detour“, the folk, roots and world music show on WTMD since around 1995. Towson Patch did a story on the show today. You can listen online at www.wtmd.org on Sundays, 5-7 pm Eastern Time, and via free apps for iPhone, Blackberry, and Android phones. Lots of music that would be of interest to former Dirty Linen readers.
Also, Baltimore Magazine’s 2011 Readers’ Poll voted WTMD the “Best Radio Station” this week.