Category Archives: sf moma

either having to do with the museum on third street or a lady who lives in sf

Smidgen of Bill Frisell w Petra Haden, HSBG, October, 2019

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Stickers and tattoos and a bit of world views

Guest column by Sara Dumanske (I met Sara when she worked at Karen Imperial’s gallery on Bryant St in Palo Alto; I had her stickers on the bumper of my Chevy Cruz until I sold that about six months ago). … Continue reading

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Terry Acebo Davis self-portrait with miscellanous bird art, Hanover, NH slash Dartmouth slash Hood Museum summer 2011

  Terry Acebo Davis, a graduate of Cal State Hayward and San Jose State universities and a Cali native, visited the prestigious if moldy Dartmouth College in the summer of 2011 and spent considerable time at the Hood Museum. She … Continue reading

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God bless Brianna Noble the woman on horseback at Oakland Black Lives Matter protests

thanks to Oakland Roots soccer club for hipping me to this via their mural in their blast: also not sure I already said this but what about Ruth Bader’s use of the quote of boot on my deck and women’s … Continue reading

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Mother Hips meet Dena Dey

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Sonny Simmons VS Sylvie Simmons

I wonder if Sylvie Simmons (Blondie, Leonard Cohen) ever thought to write about Sonny Simmons?Or maybe they can jam, hot sax and cool uke.Happy thought. Now my brain goes to Darth Vader: I am your father, L’ll uke. Way before … Continue reading

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Ants marching VS ants dancing

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Hopkins Struever “Painted Perfection” Wheelright Museum Santa Fe, New Mexico 2001 p 68: The insects holding hands illustrate a Hopi story of how ants got tiny waists. matthews circa 1994: Lights out we up and Die…mommy. Dextra  

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Hats off to Stone Fox

I would say a life-changing event for me was a benefit for Mia Zapata — to raise awareness about her murder, to hire a detective after the police gave up — in Cyclone Warehouse near The Ramp in San Francisco … Continue reading

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Deep Blue Something ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ VS Ana and The MRI duo, song performed mostly covers at Lytton Plaza

Deep Blue Something is a group from Dallas Texas who had a big hit “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” that played at Cubberley Community Center in 1998. It was #5 on the 1996 Billboard Hot 100 charts. It namechecks a famous movie, … Continue reading

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Training log blog, April 5, 2020<<February 3, 2020

50. 49. 48. LONG RUN? (which would be about 8 to 10 at most — for a 13.1 mile San Francisco Rock and Roll Half Marathon, Sunday, April 5 where my goals would be a, finish; b, survive to talk … Continue reading

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