Close the Camps Demonstration, July 2, 2019

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Tried to get photos from the Close the Camps demonstration outside Senator Dianne Feinstein’s office yesterday, but only one came out. The demonstration moved into the street at Montgomery, so SFPD rerouted traffic back up Montgomery to clear it and Post Street. Several of the demonstrators helped guide traffic to get the drivers back on […]

Persistence

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A couple of years ago, we had our back yard cleared of the overgrown flora so we could replant and xeriscape. A friend adopted the rose bush (that is, she spent an afternoon digging it up and moving it to her place). Roots persist. This photo is from today.

An Altarpiece for Ran

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I found myself out shopping recently (not my favorite thing, but sometimes necessary), and found a new type of air-dry clay at the Japanese chain Daiso. Being unable to resist the possibility of a new medium in which to play, I acquired a box for testing. The texture is very different from other polymer clays—it’s […]

A Blessing for the New Year

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In the new year, May you experience joy and contentment each day, regardless of the events of the day. May you live each day in abundance and comfort. May you learn your lessons through love and kindness. May you be able to give with an open hand, and receive with an open heart. May each […]

All Your Magic Are Belong To Us: Corvid Longcoat

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My esteemed colleague and dear friend Corvid Longcoat does occasional guest pieces over at Adventures in Woo Woo (a blog devoted to “Chaos Magic and Art”). This week, he wrote about magic, cave art, and magical traditions in a piece titled “All Your Magic Are Belong To Us“. Do click over and read it; I’ll […]

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