It’s fall. Keep at it: WTP.
There is a more humane way to be a human on this planet. One 🌎, one ❤️. Also, it may have come out last summer, but because I have cool friends who nudge me toward fun, fresh music, and it’s a climb, and life is a circle, all I’m sayin’ is Teyana Taylor’s “WTP” was […]
Québec’s public-art activations, such as Max Streicher’s tucked-away-in-Vieux-Québec “Fin de partie (Nagg et Nell),” are lovely finds for those who aren’t searching. Quite the dichotomous dance between freedom of expression and oppression this one, eh? It is so pretty around this village town. Everywhere you look there’s a flower box. It’s summer; a rainy night […]
The Hayes Loin. Make it happen. The rain has cleared for now. It’s (still) beyond-chilly. And windy. But the sky is clearer than it’s been in days. Weeks, even. It’s been a winter. I’ll take it. Sutro Tower’s was ready for a moment. Clique click.
It was a day to bundle up and head out to Treasure Island to get bomboloni from Mister Bomboloni, San Franciscos. See. It’s not all doom and gloom over here…. Couldn’t make it today, San Franciscos? Then, head out to get bomboloni from Mister Bomboloni tomorrow, hostless-Oscars Sunday, and pick up some treats for dem […]
I think I want to call this, “Man on Dock.”
“It’s everyone’s museum.” So said Darlene Pérez, one half of the Miami power couple behind the leading Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), earlier today, when I ran into my fellow Florida International University Panther in the vestibule of the downtown museum. I had spent a bit o’ the morning checking out the comprehensive documentary exhibition of “Surrounded Islands,” […]