Great news—my girl Kelly found a job, my girl Zoe has been chosen to represent in the Whitney Biennial, I started making photographs in earnest again, and I get to work only 4 miles from my house—no more driving (though I will miss the compellingly terrible Andrea Lewis and the sublimely crazy Dennis Bernstein)! They [...]
…getting a cup of tea constitutes something exciting to do. Walk to the kitchen, select the bag, place in glass, pour hot water, walk back, sip…
My dear friends’ infant son is having open heart surgery tomorrow, and they sent this plea out to their friends, and I figured it couldn’t hurt to ask a few more folks:
Tomorrow (8 a.m. – 2 p.m. PST)…Whatever it is that you do that feeds your spirit—meditate, chant,pray, run, ride, walk, work, climb, cook, garden, [...]
Check out Bill Fisher and Richard Lou’s “Missing Stereotypes” project about runaway race-baiter Jennifer Wilbanks @ http://billfisher.dreamhost.com/nohate.html. It’s smart work that was censored courtesy of friends of the Wilbanks family. A comment on their site excerpted from a letter to the Gainseville Times:
I guess racism, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.
Wow. Yeah, [...]