Category Archives: History

Some memoriums

Before the month ends… I wanted to mark the passing of two important musical nonconformists who I admire. On February 1st, Andy Gill; the guitarist for Gang of Four, passed away. I was lucky to see them play in Austin … Continue reading

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Super Bowl LIV

The Super Bowl party tradition of 20+ years continues… a TV in the bathroom. Congrats to KC. Here’s hoping the 49er’s are back next year.

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Terry Jones, Rest in… THE COMFY CHAIR!

Sad news came this week when it was announced that Terry Jones; a member of Monty Python, had passed away. I spent many Saturday nights of my mis-shapen youth in front of the telly, watching on KUHT and cackling hysterically … Continue reading

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First sunset of the decade.

A storm is moving in so this is the best I got. Thankfully I have the next 10 years to improve!

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Final sunset of the decade.

Happy New Year!

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Happy Birthday Mom 12/5/19

A nice photo of Mom sent to me by our old Orinda neighbor, Pete Jensen. Mom would be 98 today.

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Day of the Dead concert at Our Lady of Light, Lamy, NM.

This is an old de-commissioned Catholic church located in Lamy, New Mexico. To help pay for repairs, a concert of local musicians raised money on Nov. 2, 2019… the Day of the Dead. The concert featured the music of those … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to my Best Man!

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Feast Day movie

A short video of the Feast Day dance of the Jemez Pueblo, August 11, 2019.

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Feast Day celebration 8_11_19

Sunday morning, Joan and I attended the mass for Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Porciúnculam at the Pecos National Historical Park… followed by Jemez Pueblo dancers. The church was built after the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 (which also occured … Continue reading

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