Category Archives: ethniceities

when i say ethniceities i mean “jewish”

Wonder Woman VS Matzo Man

Parentheses I ripped this from an article in the New York Times about 25 important Modern arts and the screen capture is from an edited video of the 1970s super hero show whereas the other piece is from a well … Continue reading

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John Santos Machete VS Willow Teller shot pot

I passed through the plastic arts show yesterday afternoon just long enough to meet, in the courtyard of the Art Center, near the Oliveira bronze lady, Willow Teller, a young ceramicist from Palo Alto. I had noticed her work, a … Continue reading

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Joan VS Barb

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Yes, but can she bake a cherry pie?

(Kay Kostopoulos and I visited the niece of Stella Brooks in Santa Rose about 15 years ago and leafed through a box of correspondence and briefly – -on the ride home and a few brief epistolary exchanges later — dreamed … Continue reading

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Steve Almond William Stoner VS Frank Portman Holden Caufield

Categories: Ethnicities (“Jewish”), Filthy Lucre (“money”), Words (“literature”) and Sex (this being the day after Pride, I would say that part of his appeal as an author is that men and women might buy the book for the back cover) … Continue reading

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Biography of 3 artists/personae: Bob Dylan, David Hockney, Steve Cohen

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Rose B Simpson, Maria (black on black car) VS Steady Rollin’ Bob Margolin (blues man)

The name “Rose” could reference a fragrant flower or physical motion in this case upward. Whereas “Bob” could be a nicked name for “Robert” or the motion or path of a solid object of wood or plastic (and or captured … Continue reading

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