Friday, August 15, 2014

LA ArtWalk Makes Commons Sense

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Today's show:

LA ArtWalk Makes Commons Sense

1)  Local News:    Another in a long series of technically-challenged
                               productions. Surprise.

                               LA ArtWalk lives.

5) Last Bookstore Post
6) Lit Minit: Thoreau, Walden.


Another in a long series of technically-challenged,







1) Local News 
                              All good. ArtWalk lives. Thousands throng at 5th & Spring. Standing
                              military presence bored and disengaged. 

2)  Other News
                              Chaos, mayhem...

2a) Boycott List :  Pat Robertson, Monsanto, Cold Play, Foo Fighters, 
                               Linkin Park, Newsmax, Charlie Sheen, Stacy Keach, 
                              Walmart, Wikipedia

2b) Hero List :

3)  Local Loco
                              Bild a nayborhood


4)  Calendar 


                 Thursdays in Westwood, always. 
                 Saturday mornings on the radio with Uncle Ruthie, on 90.7 FM, KPFK.

                 Always bad parking and good music at McCabes in Santa Monica.

                 And Mary Katherine's page, too, Alive And Picking for a more far-flung fling.

                 Folkworks Calendar

                 LA Weekly

                 ANGRY AMERICANS! returns to You Tube! Soon!

5)         Last Bookstore Post:

                    List of Books Acquired Instead of Looking For ART
                            during Downtown LA ArtWalk (buck apiece)

                                       The Peter Principle, Peter and Hull, 1969.

                                       Wearing Dad's Head, Yourgrau, 1987
                                       The World-Watch Reader, Brown, Ayres, 1997.


6)          Lit Minit : Thoreau, Walden
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                W;t, A Play by Margaret Edson

                "How To Practice: The Way To A Meaningful Life," His Holiness,
                           The Dalai Lama

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                just lately. Thank you, Ms. Reed for your wonderful show that I so totally
                ignore. Knowing it is  there is cool, though.

                   ITSOFOMO, by David W - excerpt

              The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, by Morgan Spurlock

              Room 237 

              Cloud Atlas

              Rock of Ages

              The Story of Stuff

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"LA ArtWalk Makes Commons Sense"


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