On this special episode, I’m sharing a conversation I had on my other podcast Bird Road about the fantastic new documentary Parkway of Broken Dreams from journalist/filmmaker PJ Perez. The film looks at the UNLV Maryland Parkway alternative scene here in Las Vegas, right before it became me and Q’s home from roughly 1998-2006. We discuss the area and the film with its director, PJ Perez.
This podcast was originally posted at https://birdroadpodcast.com/parkway-of-broken-dreams-feat-pj-perez
As always, SPOILER ALERT for Parkway of Broken Dreams and the movies we discuss!
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