Sixty-six images from my past

To come Mark Weiss addressing City Council, on cable access (the guy in the back, Michael, always talks about fluoride in the water); staff at Ramen Nagi Palo Alto; Aaron Goldberg, piano, Josh Redman, Bing Stanford; ibid; Mark Weiss, a new knife, wearing a Native American themed ad buster Mutton Stew protective garb; KEEP TRYING THAT THING — art work from Works San Jose show; Mark Weiss on the way to a Giants game, upper Market; high school rock band Garage Mahal, Palo Alto World Music Day; ibid;  ibid; Gabrielle Castro; Palo Alto Jazz Quintet featuring drummer Dan Adams, with Jim Adams in foreground; Mary Halvorsen Trio, SF Jazz; Julian Lage; cello player, Palo Alto buskers festival; Halvorsen; Jeff Parker band, June 2018, San Francisco; The Mother Hips at The Fillmore; merchandise worker, the Fillmore, selling me the last Yo La Tengo shirt; Mark Weiss Terry Acebo Davis, San Francisco; ibid, the Fillmore; Yo La Tengo the Fillmore; ibid; ibid; Mark Weiss Gary Davis, Giants game; Hutch; Madison Bumgarner at bat; the Fillmore; Giants at bat; hospice, summer, 2018; dog; Equator featuring Beauman Edwards, Lytton Plaza; Joe Zirker, FOG San Francisco; ibid; dog; fireworks at Sunken Diamond; the artists who made the Blue Trees, holding my dog; holding my dog; Terry Acebo Davis Phyllis Newhouse; the Oaxaca Kitchen; dog and man; “Hakan Sukor Best goals”; Bay Area folkloric dancers; Jon Ford Marjorie Ford at Whole Foods; Palo Alto Players rock themed musical, “Rock of Ages”; ready for the walk; (click on photo to reveal Hans Delannoy and Mark Weiss; illustration of Ralph Kiner from 1974; Terry Acebo Davis rooting for Hilary, election night, 2016 — November 8, 2016 7:54 pm; my dad somewhere in Northern California where he carried the Olympic torch in 1984; art work by Mark age 10; Tuck and Patti Rinconada Park Palo Alto music in parks series; ibid; Robert Reich not the economist; “Since the scope of truth is infinite, obviously there will always be unanswered questions” — Bertrand Russell; Ray Johnson Not Nothing; Sam The Sham poster, in collection of SF MOMA — the band featured Palo Altan Gregg Rolie later a founding member of both Journey and Santana 1966 Wes Wilson—no, wait; i’m confusing William Penn Five “Swami”. “He slept outdoors; People thought he was crazy” poster for BECH by Mark Weiss, Edwin Crayton and Luis Ruvalcaba, 1992; Chris Isaak in Redwood City; view from 101 Alma west; Mark Weiss and South African visiting potter at private pottery collection Palo Alto; human body studies in private collection, San Francisco Bay Area, photo by Mark Weiss; Dead and Company at Levi’s Santa Clara; Mexican folk art; Mark Weiss in snapshot circa 1990 holding Mexican folk art; 

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player, and blogger; he also sang in local choir, fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32 Reads 'Howl' and owns a couple musical instruments he cannot play
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