Tag Archives: paul weiss

Talking with the clay

Or: what was ‘warm hug’? I lived with my parents, Paul and Barbara Weiss, at the family homestead above Palo Alto and Stanford, for the first 10 years or so of their pottery collecting. They would go to Santa Fe … Continue reading

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Tool of The Times

Today is Veterans Day and I thought of my father, a mug Ehren Tool made, then noticed this article from May featuring Berkeley veteran artist Ehren Tool, who Dad, Terry and I befriended during his Palo Alto Art Center residency … Continue reading

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Paul Weiss in Mexico with Cupertino Rotary, July, 2005

edit to add: Brian Moore commented on the Weekly’s obit page, which I was somewhat pleased to notice my Dad shared a column, and in the print version the page, with George Liddicoat, the father of my friend John Liddicoat: … Continue reading

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Sane endorsement, strange interlude

I got a tour of 801 Alma from a resident who felt some dissatisfaction with the management of the new PAHC building, based on the perceived lack of community among the resident, who moved in about a year ago. I … Continue reading

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