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Clark-Death Peak: Album Review

Deep into his career on Warp Records, UK’s Chris Clark is still surprising.  “Death Peak” continues his long streak of placing sound-art leaning material over a strong sense of rhythmic drive, but in terms of sheer length of songs this is his most ambitious project to date and the album’s early techno-induced numbers make for a new connotation to his sound.  471 more words

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Family from Ireland 

My mom’s cousin’s daughter just got married and came to CA on her honeymoon. She very sweetly visited us on her trip with her new husband! 44 more words


21 'Parks and Rec' lines that will never stop being hilarious

Though the show has come to an end, I will never get tired of re-watching hours upon hours of Parks And Rec. The relatable cast of hilarious characters and their quick-witted humor make for the perfect escape from the every day. 405 more words


Guest Post: Chris Hikes the Camino Santiago, May-June 2017

Chris has sent me so many amazing photos from the Camino Santiago that I really wanted to post them here. He started his journey in St Jean Pied de Port, France, on May 19 and finished in Santiago de Compostela, Spain on June 19. 222 more words


Summer solstice

I’m compelled to write a few words on the solstice, a date I regard highly, the longest day and also my daughters birthday. Fallon’s Angler 10 is at the printers and will be dropped through the subscribers letter boxes within the week. 158 more words



I’m seated here, in this bus. The scene, on a replay. I definitely didn’t expect that to happen, it was….quick, right before I could call the name of Jesus…. 544 more words

The Crutched (Wo)man

It’s that time of the time again. Chris has made an observation about our flawed modern society and is going to spit it in my face, expecting me to enjoy it. 345 more words