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at Big Salon in
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- “Alysa ~ happy holidays
and warm regards to you
you have on your
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- “Stacey, so many
wonderful colors there this
time of year!
December 08, 2013 07:41PM
- MY LINKS
Lots of humor on Twitter feeds last night and this morning in connection with Clint Eastwood, his chair, and the rest of the Republican convention.
Below are parts of my Twitter feed from last night and today:
New Yorker cartoonist (and one of many Open Salon…
I was hanging out on Twitter for a while this evening when a Salon contest popped up: "What 1970 NYC riot marked the fracture of the modern Democratic party?"--Hey, no sweat..."Hard hat riot."
I can't remember winning anything since I was in high school and won a logo contest… Read full post »
A wonderful Gallery Challenge by A Simple Shutterbug that is an inspiration just as the previous G.C.s have been, too!
Some highlights of my summer 2012 as remembered in photos...
Bad news just coming out of midtown....
Update: 12:00 Noon
From The New York Times:
Kudos to Gawker for releasing today 950 pages of documents related to Romney's Cayman Islands' Tax-dodging accounts.
Bain isn't a company so much as an intricate suite of steadily proliferating inter-related holding companies and limited partnerships, some based in Delaware a… Read full post »
As mentioned in the most recent story about RISD senior year, I am posting some observations about two books by Lisa Birnbach: The Official Preppy Handbook and True Prep and this is the first installment.
I remember one of the very… Read full post »
In light of the passing of Phyllis Diller I am reposting this story that I put on OS in February of last year....
Recently in my archives I came across some old publicity photos that included my grandfather. It was February, 1970 and a hobby greenhouse… Read full post »
In what started as a post responding to former editor Emily Holleman's open call about hypocrisy has developed into a major topic of interest that I have followed for over a year. The subject is underage drinking and the location is the State of Rhode Island.
Below is my… Read full post »
I was inspired by the many creative posts related to Nilesite's Open Call on Pure Energy to add a second post for the 5th Gallery Challenge!
Training meets Pure Energy...
In the case of the first set of photos the story here is of students, including… Read full post »
Responding to Nilesite's exciting Open Call for Pure Energy I have videos that one might say are "photographs on steroids."
I was working on a post about music videos shot in the city prior to seeing the open call and felt those fit the bill because they are full of… Read full post »
Maria and I were now into the second week of Wintersession at RISD. It was almost mid January, 1977 which was the beginning of a particularly bitter winter. With a major focus of my time centered on my degree project I had filled… Read full post »
For anyone planning a visit in the area near Grand Central Station in Manhattan here is an architectural treasure worth checking out: the New York Yacht Club at 37 West 44th Street.
Wikipedia describes the building in a nutshell:
For anyone planning a walk in the area near Grand Central Station in Manhattan here is an architectural treasure worth checking out: The New York Yacht Club at 37 West 44th Street.
Wikipedia describes the building in a nutshell:
I saw the interview on 60 Minutes last night with Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan and said to myself "Paul Ryan looks like Goober Pyle's separated at birth twin." Well, my guess is that Goober could develop a far better budget for the nation than Paul is capable… Read full post »
As I was leaving last Friday's OS meet-up at Old Town Bar I happened to notice two very attractive women sitting mid-way along the bar. They looked at me as I walked by and I was reminded in a second of all the great summers from the… Read full post »
The whole enchilada is © 2012 by B+Co., Inc.
Typography is © 2012 by B+Co., Inc.
This post went up on July 16, 2008. The title was The Bush Presidency in Photographs.
Please join me in wishing a very Happy Birthday to Alison!!!
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of seeing Alison (AIM) and her partner, Kevin, at the American Museum of Natural History where we took in the regular exhibits, plus the Space show at the Hayden… Read full post »
Many thanks for all of your wonderful contributions to society.
You're missed already by so many millions and millions of fans!
October 3, 1925 – July 31, 2012
...and the rest of the story regarding the title of the post:
&nb… Read full post »
Congratulations to long time (going all the way back to beta days) Open Salon member Dave Cullen for being chosen for tonight's PBS News-Hour segment on the Aurora, CO tragedy. As many of you know, Dave is the author of the acclaimed book Columbine which he spent a decade researching… Read full post »
A big thanks to Afrodite for this latest Gallery Challenge Open Call!
Direct from the Open Salon Rock Group recording studio, The Sound of Silence and a bonus track, Scarborough Fair!
Celebrities and their stalkers are a subject I have heard about so many times that I've lost count.
Yesterday's New York Post which I often check out for breaking news stories was in the vanguard with this account of Alec Baldwin's stalker who is certainly not the image that comes… Read full post »