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Cranky luvs Jabbo

Many, many years before the origin of The Clown School Dropouts and the creation of Cranky. Ur-Cranky or Proto-Cranky, lets call him, discovered the early jazz trumpeter Jabbo Smith. 493 more words


Bucky Fuller

“I am a passenger on the spaceship Earth.”
Buckminster Fuller

Bucky Fuller has been a recurring leitmotif in my life. I first heard of him when I went to college in 1983, I think it was on the day he died – July 1st 1983. 395 more words

Buckminster Fuller

On Kawara's Silence and Me

I left off my posts and notebook thoughts at my first reading of One Million Years Past two Sundays ago.  This is an attempt to catch up on the various going-ons from New York City and my studio practice. 1,050 more words

Studio Practice

Battle of Brittan

Best wishes to everyone who remembers it, to the people who suffered as a result of it, but especially those who used it to spur them on to do good. 20 more words



Yep, there you go, theres the scary word. DEADLINES. Its that time of year again where we are handing in our projects, ready for review and feedback. 310 more words


Darryl Holter Article Los Angeles Times Woody Guthrie's 'California Stars'

Premiere: Darryl Holter and Woody Guthrie’s ‘California Stars’

BY Randy Lewis March 3, 2015

One of the big archival folk music releases of 2014 was “My Name is New York: Ramblin’ Around Woody Guthrie’s Town,” examining the years in the Big Apple that shaped the godfather of folk protest music in the latter part of his life. 550 more words

Darryl Holter