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Tanaka proposes ‘doggie style’ attack on public art program

“What if, for instance, instead of buying a Jeff Koons balloon dog for ninety million dollars, we offer him half, forty million, for just the tail end of the dog, you know, the hind legs, where it ‘poops’? I’ve always … Continue reading

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Formica Alto of the highest qualia

Michael Arcega has at least two pieces I saw at a new group show at a new gallery on Uzi Ave in Downtown Palo Alto four blocks from where I am sitting in a design within reach Clayton Moore (Eames) … Continue reading

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In Tanaka’s Satanic Service, Strikes Two

BLUF: if i was going to answer such a question I would say I am reading the autobiography of the recently deceased football hero Gale Sayers for whom the NFL humanitarian of the year award is named for “I Am … Continue reading

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Scary-good rock cover by private school faculty

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Constance Button shuttered to think tv on the radio purple orange haze daze

second flurries so as not to cause a scene. I mostly managed and felt more free to waltz with my emotions once I was walking about downtown. My tears came more freely, exaggerated by the steam of my breath under … Continue reading

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Erno Rubik four states

I met a Stanford student who set the world record for solving the cube while juggling.

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Kudos Keith or Keef Knight

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I am posting about but not writing about new Charlie Kaufman thing, I think

Bw I bought a New York Times T-shirt but not the one pictured in the New York Times newspaper by cell phone from a lady in Philadelphia

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Their music lives on, and my versions of their stories

Veronica DeJesus recently created a series of portraits, of musicians who I knew from my work as Earthwise Productions, which started in 1994 and continues, although my last concert was March 13 2020, having, like virtually everyone and everything on … Continue reading

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Ed and Lava’s Excellent Adventures

Ed Solomon was in my Hebrew School car pool 45 years ago and he held signs for other cars to read, on 280 like HONK IF YOU’RE HORNY.He wrote “Bill and Ted” movies, one of which, still featuring Keanu Reeves, … Continue reading

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