Friday, July 07, 2006

Remarkably Mark #9

Remarkably Mark #9: Pride Fest NYC on the West Side

Mark walks up and down Washington St. in the West Village during the Pride Fest, directly following the Gay Pride Parade. He runs into comedians Frank DeCaro and Jermaine Taylor, hosts of "I've Got a Secret" on the Game Show Network. Some of the organizations and people he talks to:

Camp Camp
Americans United for Separation of Church and State
"I've Got a Secret", Frank DeCaro
Jermaine Taylor
Empire State Pride Agenda
Bishop Robert from the United Independent Catholic Church
Gay Brothers
Gotham Knights Rugby Club
"Pride 365", New York LGBT Center
Cindi Kreeger from GLAAD

Comments and shout outs

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At 12:11 AM, Anonymous DaveinVA said...

Wow MarK great interviews, I will check out the seperation of church and state group, and the Rugby team was cool - use to play when I lived in So. Africa and played until I was transferred out of CA. Thanks for the podcast, I listened on the way back from PHL today.


At 12:18 AM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

You're ever so welcome, Dave! We aims to please. I have never been a fan of rugby only because I haven't watched it, but the documentary about that Chicago team that we talked about was really cool.

At 8:51 AM, Anonymous Archerr said...

Another great show. Loved the chat with the guys from I've Got A Secret. I just started watching that show so it was cool to hear those guys on your show.

At 8:02 PM, Anonymous Robert said...


I am loving your podcast. I am in love with NYC (in fact am trying to relocate there by year end) and your tours always make me feel like I am there. Keep it up, it is the best I can get until I get to move there myself. Love the pics of stiva! I have a little one my self - a 3 1/2 y.o. chihuahua named Jake. He is the love of my life too and very spoiled.

Have a great day!

At 12:54 AM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Ah, that's so sweet. You'll have to send me a picture of Jake so that I can post it on the site.

At 7:56 PM, Blogger Beth said...

Hi Mark!

Your last few podcasts were great. That footage of the Gay Pride was amazing I def. think I will be heading down next year for it! I can't wait! I love that Pic of Stiva...he is honestly just the CUTEST ever!!

I hope NY is treating you well! Bye Bye


At 10:18 PM, Anonymous daveinVA said...

Hey Mark have you seen the Superman Movie? I saw it last week and enjoyed it. The special effects are awesome. I am caught up on Huff!


At 11:41 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks Beth, I have had house guests the past few days, and we are attending the Fancy Foods Show all week (they also own a food business). It was a long day today talking business at the show and gathering audio for the food podcast. I'll have some greeat stuff for ReMARKable Palate.

No Dave, I have not yet seen the SUperman movie. I was always a huge DC comics fan and love the SUperman movie form the 70's.

Glad you're caught up on Huff. What an ending, huh?

At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Brian said...

Mark--Another great podcast; you should consider doing this professionally--i.e., for money. For that matter, why aren't you on Food Network?! :) It's their loss...

Anywho, loved how Jermaine and Frank yelled out their web addresses after you were finished interviewing them. You have a great interviewing style, so keep up the good work.

Oh, and please give Stiva a pat on the head for me ...

Washington, DC

At 5:42 PM, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Brian, he's sitting in my lap right now, and I'm petting him. He's so happy to see me, for one because I have been gone at the Fancy Food Show all day, and for two, I came home with lots of stinky French cheese and he is licking my fingers trying to get at the smell!

Thanks for the kind words. I AM doing this professionally, in that the Gilded Fork, the business I own with my partner Jennifer, is the host of the Culinary Podcast Network, and it's part of our "media empire". Hopefully, the podcast itself will start making money, but in the meantime, it's a great promotional tool for our business and my personal chef business.

At 6:06 PM, Blogger RambleRedhead said...


Great job as usual - thanks for sharing the info on all of the amazing groups that help the GLBT community. Thanks for mentioning the interview as well.


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