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The sound of a marriage is captured in the Magic's 'Reel to Reel'

In many instances, when a married couple who seems to have all the boxes checked for wedded bliss announces their divorce, it is shocking. Two names that are sawdered together for eternity find themselves broken in two, and a marriage that begins with vows which include the words “in sickness and in health” and “’til death do us part” ends with “sign here.” 743 more words

A Walk from Ghirardelli Square to Crissy Field

After having decadently sweet drinks at Ghirardelli Square, I and my friend felt like walking.

Then we remembered what the Lyft driver from earlier today had mentioned: Crissy Field. 558 more words


FOG Design+Art at Fort Mason, Today through Sunday

According to organizers, FOG Design+Art is a prestigious, curated fair that brings together 45 of the leading visual art and design galleries from around the world to celebrate the spirit of innovation and creativity that defines San Francisco. 142 more words

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A Sense Of Place: Fort Mason

Originally posted on Writing In The Night (June 27, 2014)

Those who know me know I value my day trips.

Writing is a solitary business. Most of my time is spent at a desk, swigging cold coffee and tossing back Ibuprofen to combat lower back pain. 346 more words

A Sense Of Place

This Seven-Screen Art Installation Is Wildly Different

It’s hard to wrap your head around this thing, but then that’s the idea. It’s meant to be provocative. It’s more art than movie, though you’ll recognize some of the actors. 251 more words

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Nature under pressure

Nature under pressure. Photo of a concrete wall and metal rings that are part of an old ammunition bunker, Fort Mason, San Francisco, California.

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Day 141: The Rock

With a full day of exploring ahead of us we were of course up early this morning. Starting the day with one of the stranger hotel breakfasts we’ve had to date we were out the door by 9am for the almost hour long walk to Pier 33. 665 more words