Monthly Archives: May 2012

Protected: working title: “memory is an elephant”

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More bike, less blog

Thank you, Rudy of Palo Alto Bikes, for aiding my sagging tubes and planting the seed of an idea that perhaps we’d all be better off if during the warm weather I did slightly more bike and slightly less blog. … Continue reading

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Danilo Perez in Palo Alto 12th anniversary show

Stanford Jazz Workshop and Festival (concert series) is announcing its “40th anniversary” calendar and is kicking off with Danilo Perez Trio featuring Ben Street and Adam Cruz. I have not scrutinized the schedule close enough to answer this a posteriori … Continue reading

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Shedroff farms

(Hit play on both of these videos simultaneously….) nb: Nathan Shedroff is my high school classmate at Gunn High and neighbor twice growing up in LAH; in fact we first met at Temple Emanu-El Sunday school when we were about … Continue reading

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Lend me Ken’s ears

Greetings, Friends and Music Lovers. I’m pleased to tell you portions of The Midway!, my ballet score on a child’s first visit to an amusement park, will be presented in concert on Sat. Feb. 11, an 8pm concert presented by … Continue reading

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Fahrenheit 404

This is my 404th post. I have  been meaning for some time now to write about the George Beattie murals in Atlanta, which a clueless and probably homophobic agricultural commissioner, got banned. The title “Fahrenheit 404” refers to Ray Bradbury … Continue reading

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artMRKT and Modest Mouse

I wore a fake press pass — from Microsoft opening a few weeks ago — to artMRKT in SF and publicist Wendy Norris upgraded me to an actual press pass. I shot photos of Max Fishko, the co-founder of the … Continue reading

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