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Over the years, I’ve been following the work of an artist friend, James Griffith, who has lately been making extraordinary paintings using the medium of tar–”primordial goo”– from La Brea Tar Pits. James has always demonstrated remarkable skill in creating exquisitely detailed … Continue reading

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Hey, Let’s Build An Amphitheater!

I guess it’s pretty obvious that I’m on a sort of quest, a neurotic pilgrim in search of reasons to feel hopeful, maybe even inventing a few along the way. And when I encounter something affirmative and wonderful, my impulse … Continue reading

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