Ho Ho Ho!
Life is tough on a mother raising two kids, without a father! So she ruled my brother and me with an iron fist! 490 more words
The audio file below was debuted at the Big Sur Stories Launch party, held October 25, 2015 at the Big Sur Grange.
It is a sound collage consisting of narratives detailing when residents first fell in love with Big Sur and decided to relocate to the area. 71 more words
Here’s the second audio file that played at the Big Sur Stories Launch party, held October 25, 2015 at the Big Sur Grange.
Another beguiling sound collage, its highlights include the time whole hippie community was flattened by a resident’s bulldozer, recollections of the epic flood of ’72—which found the larger-than-life Walter Trotter’s heroic (and entertaining) efforts in trying to save the Coast Gallery—interviewees’ thoughts on Big Sur’s uncertain future, and much much more! 61 more words
We take a lot of things for granted in today’s world.
The right to say what we like, the right of women to take part in the workforce, the right to make lifestyle choices outside of a 9-5 career or military service, the right of African-Americans to have any form of freedom or meaningful, self-determined existence at all, and the right to raise our middle fingers at the pre-written script society has laid out for us, if we choose to do so. 1,970 more words