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Super Librarians Strike Again! LumaCon 2017

LumaCon 2017 was held on Saturday, and once again, the Super Librarians of the Sonoma County Library, the Petaluma Library, the Petaluma High School and Casa Grade High School Libraries came together and made this free-admission, family-friendly comic book themed … Continue reading

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Both/ And

I saw this drawn on a driftwood log on the beach at the mouth of Big River, in Mendocino, California. I thought it was beautiful and intriguing and I took a picture of it. And then I discovered that I … Continue reading

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@Large; Back to Alcatraz

I visited Ai WeiWei @Large, the installation on the island of Alcatraz again on Sunday March 15, with two friends, Kathleen and Lillian. This exhibition runs through April 26, 2015. If you can get to it, I highly recommend it. … Continue reading

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Wonders of the North County: Midday at the Oasis

I drove about a half mile into the village of Geyserville. I was going to write that I hadn’t been in Geyserville since high school. I think that would be incorrect. Although I did go to the geysers one time, … Continue reading

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Anacortes

There is an artist in Anacortes who paints figures on wood and mounts them on the walls of downtown buildings.  Many small towns do this; it’s a whimsical archive of the town’s history.  The Anacortes artist copies many of the … Continue reading

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Weavers of Magic

Friday, June 11, 2010 I stopped at the Gualala Arts Center primarily because I needed to use their restroom, but I figured they would have at least one exhibit up.  They had an interactive fabric thing in the lobby.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Benched

Frieda likes Peet’s Homage to Escher Day of the Dead

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Around Town: Center for the Arts

I haven’t been to a show at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts in at least two years.  On Saturday, after I dropped off some things at the new  Goodwill, I went across the street to see what the center … Continue reading

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Talent Runs in the Family

Brian Fies is the author of the acclaimed graphic novel Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow, and the Eisner-award winning Mom’s Cancer. This week his daughter, Laura Fies, gave me an autographed copy of her first prize-winning manga, “Talbot.” … Continue reading

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We Were Promised Robots

“Danger! Danger, Will Robinson!” Robot Lost in Space . . . and robots we will have. Along with our communicators, dinner-in-a-pill and our flying cars, these sleek, gleaming metal men and women with cybernetic brains, cleansed of the pesky weaknesses, … Continue reading

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