Category Archives: Art
Every year, I spend more time photo-shopping my bracket than actually making intelligent picks. Seriously Texas…
I enjoyed Biden’s speech and I thought it struck the perfect tone for his new presidency. But for me… Amanda Gorman’s poem was the highlight. It was an amazing, uplifting and inspiring end to the ceremony. It ushers in the … Continue reading
A nice tribute to RBG on the rail trail, a mystery plant (wolfberry?) I’m seeing all over the greenbelt and interesting rain cloud over the hood.
Just because I think we all need this right now.
An eye opening web site on inequality… https://mkorostoff.github.io/1-pixel-wealth/ And a wonderful look at sustainability in architecture…
I just wanted to share the wonderful birthday card my quarantine buddy made for me. It’s a photo of us at the fabulous Cafe Du Marche on the Rue Cler during a past visit to Paris. Note the real string … Continue reading
Semi-High quality, 2-ply, septic-safe tissue cylinder with embossed flower pattern. Over 50 square feet of perforated 4″ x 4″ panels in off-white, wound around a cardboard piping. Provides a comfortable clean. Unsigned. $300.00* Available for a limited time directly from … Continue reading
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
Argentine soprano Mariana Flores and guitarist Quito Gato perform “Alfonsina y El Mar”, by Ariel Ramírez (1921-2010 ) & Felix Luna. By way of David Yard.