Outdoor art in South Orange.
I guess I should link these things together, right? Look for the black-and-white buttons in the sidebar.
I got a few minutes to walk around the building tonight, and I’m a sucker for nice stonework. Here are some examples of wise birds, patient tortoises, impatient rabbits, industrious insects, sturdy lions guarding the money box, and more. This was a landmark for me when I lived in Carroll …
I discovered these guys at the Chatham Farmers’ Market, and we’ve been knocking down bottles of their tasty rosés all summer. We drove out there, and it was a nice trip. The tour was pretty short, and there’s not much else to do but a tasting — be careful because …
A very unlikely source alerted me to this BBC-America series. E. and I are sci-fi geeks from way back, and while this show doesn’t have any exploding spaceships or high technology (at least visibly) it’s already kind of irresistible.
These guys sure had it. Who does vocal harmony like this anymore (he asked regretfully)?
I use the E-Dynamics Events Made Easy plugin for several WordPress sites, and it is in fact pretty easy to set up and then display basic-basic lists of events. But it can do more, and It’s not quite as “easy” as advertised, though it’s pretty cool once you roll up your sleeves and start trying things out.
By assigning the right <select> names and <option> classes, you can control any number of <select> elements from a single master.
Once we noticed these, we became fixated on the incredibly detailed and cryptic iconography on them.
It was my first time to Manhattan and it certainly changed my world view. To make a gross understatement.
A new video plus some photos.
Elyse inspects an El Anatsui work on the wall. Sheets of rusted scrap metal and cracked mirrors combine into another masterpiece of the recycled.
A long-term adventure in fixing my playing.
Enough with throwing people through buildings.