The Greg Brady Project

Welcome to the official Barry Williams' blog

My friends call me Barry. From time to time I also hear the name Greg. Yeah, as in Greg Brady. The Brady Bunch represents a fun time in my life. But it’s only part of the story. There’s more to say and that’s what The Greg Brady Project is all about – a place to say it. So, I’ve invited some friends to join me and share their perspectives on the Brady’s, the 70′s and just about everything else. Now, I’m inviting you…

Featured Authors

Meet the blog authors…

Barry Williams

Barry Williams

(It's My Blog)

Please add blogging to everything you've ever heard about me.

Number of posts: 50
Email address: Barry@thegregbradyproject.com

Bob Hunt

Bob Hunt

Co-author

Bob is an elementary school teacher in Columbus, Ohio. He enjoys the company of his wife and two daughters, creative writing, and playing music. In addition to a lifelong enthusiasm for The Brady Bunch, Bob is also distracted by his preoccupations with the humor of Mad Magazine, Monty Python, Bob & Ray, and Marx Brothers movies, as well as the music and theatrics of Alice Cooper and Emerson, Lake and Palmer. His family loves him in spite of abandoning all hope that he will one day grow up.

Number of posts: 53
Email address: bob.hunt@thegregbradyproject.com

Derrick Daye

Derrick Daye

Manager, The Greg Brady Project

A marketer by trade in Los Angeles, Derrick helps Barry pilot The Greg Brady Project. He is a fan, a blogger and a great guy - just ask him. Have an idea to share? Derrick is a good person to start with.

Email address: derrick.daye@thegregbradyproject.com

Eric Greenberg

A native of Massachusetts, Eric Greenberg lives in New York City, where he wears his Red Sox hat as much as possible. By day, he works behind the scenes in television news. By night, he hosts and produces the retro pop culture podcast "Just My Show," interviewing TV icons like Marion Ross, Tom Wopat and the cast of "The Great Space Coaster." He is haunted by the unsolvable Rubik's cube on his nightstand, owns two copies of "Growing Up Brady" and recommends them both.

Number of posts: 51
Email address: eric.greenberg@thegregbradyproject.com

Guest Author

Guest Author

Contributor

Guest Authors that contribute to The Greg Brady Project from time to time.

Number of posts: 4
Email address: guest@thegregbradyproject.com

Mary Jo and John Tenuto

Mary Jo and John are sociology professors at the College of Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois. They often utilize popular culture as examples for their students. Married ten years with a five year old son Nicky, the couple recently studied over 8,000 science fiction fans from 54 nations. They are featured in the documentary The Force Among Us about Star Wars fans and teach classes such as American Popular Culture, That 70s Class: The Sociology of 1970s Popular Culture, The Sociology of Star Trek, or Introduction to Sociology. Both have been nominated for Outstanding Faculty of the Year by their students. Mary Jo and John believe that learning should be fun, hence the use of The Brady Bunch in their lectures.

Number of posts: 8
Email address: thetenutos@thegregbradyproject.com

Mike Dudas

Mike Dudas

Co-author

After working many years in the corporate world as a human resources professional, Mike has recently fulfilled a career dream of transitioning into academia as a high school Speech teacher. Mike is the oldest brother of three boys. He said he has always sympathized with Greg Brady about wanting his own attic room while having to share his room with one of his younger brothers. Mike joins the conversation on The Greg Brady Project from the great State of Texas.

Number of posts: 3
Email address: mike.dudas@thegregbradyproject.com

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