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Inter alia: Installment 2 of "S#%t My Family Says"

Apologies for the silence…many things afoot, including a high school run of a post apocolyptic Macbeth for which my son is the chief scene mover and blood applicator. 151 more words

Camera Obscura fun

Here is a photo of what I look like on a normal day in the life of me.

And now below you are about to see what I would look like if my circumstances were somewhat different…… 143 more words

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Everybody's Got A Little Light...But It's Brighter On WordPress

So Obscura and I have been chatting again and you all know what that means: another SpReAd The Love challenge. Before we get to that, though, we have a couple of things we wanted to talk about. 283 more words

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Camera Obscura: Two Years Later, Tracking the Wreckage of Hurricane Sandy

Wednesday, October 29, 2014, by Sara Polsky

Photo by Nathan Kensinger.
2 years ago today, Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, and among the neighborhoods most seriously damaged were New York City’;s Rockaways, Coney Island, and Staten Island. Photographer Nathan Kensinger has been…

Living inside of a Camera Obscura

This week I decided to black out my bedroom by pinning up cardboard, garbage bags, sweatpants, tin foil and card up on to my window. I poked a pinhole through the barrier of stuff, which let the smallest amount of light through. 575 more words

Theater Around The Bay: Thirteen Questions With Christian Cagigal

In keeping with our Thirteen Questions series for folks putting theater out there this October, guest blogger Nirmala Nataraj brings us this exciting interview with actor/magician Christian Cagigal. 1,319 more words

The Rainy Season

That’s what they call it here on the edge of the Oregon Coast. From my calculations (and I’ve been here since 1999) the rainy season actually starts about mid October and can linger (for some, painfully) until around April, and sometimes even early May. 641 more words

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