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Walking down Bancroft toward Shattuck... I love being able to see so far down the road that you can take the Bay into your scenery.. For someone who's usual view is of the hills, this was a lovely reminder.
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Today's Prompt (book spine poetry)
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The most difficult part of my writing life begins the moment one of my books is launched. I am not talking here about the angst that arises while waiting for the first reviews to get published, tho…
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FWIW: June 1977 I wasn't quite 9 yrs old yet but have fond memories of my seeing the original @starwars w/ my bff & her dad. #StarWarsGenerations #starwarstheforceawakens  
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One of the things I like about heading to the city to return/check-out new books, (besides the books part!) is walking around and seeing something new.. Friday I needed to make a side errand to Costco before the library opene...
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I wanted to release a Lloyd Alexander quote that is lesser known. This quote is found in "Lloyd Alexander: A Critical Biography" by James S. Jacobs. This quote was referencing the time period when he first came up with the co...
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Few would argue against the claim that Fyodor Dostoevsky, author of such bywords for literary weightiness as Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, and The Brothers Karamazov, mastered the novel, even by the formidable standards of 19th-century Russia.
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some mural art seen on Howard St. today while walking to Costco.. the above were outside 1137 Howard Street next to a print shop.. further up the street.. a different building that had several pieces on it.. There was lots...
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NaPoWriMo 2016: Day 13
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Worthy of So Much A fool for you perhaps. If you asked. I would: take a challenge, take your word.. I would exist on silent crusade and sing

Quote on Prydain's Beginnings
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I wanted to release a Lloyd Alexander quote that is lesser known. This quote is found in "Lloyd Alexander: A Critical Biography" by James S.

Loneliness by Fanny Howe
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Loneliness Loneliness is not an accident or a choice. It’s an uninvited and uncreated companion. It slips in beside you when you are not awa

Geometric Collages Created From Layers of Vintage File Folders and Index...
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Cataloging the tools once used for the very same purpose, Augustine Kofie creates collages that utilize file folders, index cards, and steno

Counting closures: SF bookstore watches brethren fade away
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In 2002, Valhalla Books owner Joe Marchione began to print fliers mapping the bookstores in the immediate area around his Mission and 16th s

CicLAvia Comes to the San Fernando Valley | Bike Culture | Departures Co...
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The 5.5 mile route will stretch from North Hollywood to Studio City, and will provide easy access to attractions along the L.A. River.

Alex Boyé covers “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King | The Disney Blog
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We last saw Alex Boyé when he was fronting my most favorite cover of “Let it Go” from Disney's Frozen. You know, the one that featured Afric

Life Magazine’s “Homosexuality In America”: 1964.
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Over the weekend I was talking to a straight friend of the boyfriend's who asked me if I ever knew that I was gay when I was growing up. I a

Soul Happy
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What makes the soul happy? What makes you happy? Beyond the superficial day to day things?? What goes so deep you feel like your whole self

Photographer Richard Nagler captures links between art, viewer
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In a gallery at the Chicago Art Institute, a young woman with pale bare shoulders, pearl-drop earrings and coppery-brown hair pulled into a

Old Newspapers, New Value
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How 30,000 antique New Orleans newspapers listed on Craigslist found a home

The Quest to Save LA's Century-Old Batchelder Tile Masterpiece - Curbed ...
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On the ground floor of a run-down, four-story building at 217 West Sixth Street in downtown Los Angeles, on the block between South Broadway

Richard Nagler | Mrs. Dalloway's
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In museums across the world, Richard Nagler stationed himself in front of his chosen work of art, waiting for someone to come along and comp

Juxtapoz Magazine - David Fullarton's Apologies
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David Fullarton is a Scottish born, San Francisco based visual artist and illustrator. Because he is a man with very low expectations he is

a quote by Lemony Snicket
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It is a curious thing, the death of a loved one. We all know that our time in this world is limited, and that eventually all of us will end

Army approves ‘humanist’ as religious preference
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Washington • More than two years after first making his request, Army Maj. Ray Bradley can now be known as exactly what he is: a humanist in

7 Things to Do Before You Move Into a New House
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Our son and daughter-in-law just purchased their first home. It's in a location that allows an easy commute into Boston, where our son works