As the first intern and employee of Bar None, here is how I got my job. I called Glenn and said I wanted to be an intern. He asked me what that was. I said I would work for free. He told me to come in. this was at 611 Broadway Suite 616.
I showed up sporting an excellent fringe leather suede jacket I had procured in Texas. I told the person I came to know as Bob Lawton (who shared the office with his company, The Labor Board, along with Coyote Records (Steve Fallon) and What Goes On) that I was there to meet Glenn. Bob said he was out and to sit.
The phone at the desk I sat at rang. Bob told me to answer it. I did. It was for Glenn. I took a message. Glenn came in. I gave him the message. He hired me.
Mary went on to run the New York office of Alternative Marketing for Warner Bros.
Records. She currently lives in California and heads up fund raising efforts for the NPR affiliate KPCC.