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11 o'clock blues

As I finished yesterday’s run I entered El Rancho Pendejo to wild applause and cheers.

I grinned, threw both hands in the air, and finally bowed before remembering that I’d left KUNM on to deter burglars and some pissant orchestra on “Performance Today” was stealing my thunder. 122 more words


#655 SIA!


Clap clap clap.


Clap clap clap.


Clap clap clap.

What an incredible and talented performer and ensemble we were privileged to be in the company of tonight. 31 more words


Clouds Lifting

The pouring rain drenches you from the inside out.
You don’t shout, cry or give a pout.
Instead of stopping you keep walking in the direction that you’re yearning. 175 more words


Question: If most people were blind where would that leave the visual artist and the spaces they exhibit in?



Applause, and a caution, for the planned Museum and Institute of California Art

In the wake of the exciting news that UC Irvine plans to build a Museum and Institute of California Art, two thoughts have been rumbling around inside my head. 35 more words

The Diary of Frances Lady Shelley

Source: Richard Edgecumbe (ed.), The Diary of Frances Lady Shelley (New York: C. Scribner’s, 1912-1913), pp. 104-105

Production: André Grétry and Michel-Jean Sedaine, Richard Coeur-de-lion… 290 more words


Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 2718

The prospect of learning a new language may seem too much to undertake. One way to succeed at learning a new language is to relate unknown terms, phrases, and words to known terms, phrases, and words. 6 more words