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Category Archives: Kitchen sink (misc)
I live on a quiet one-block long street that runs between East 9th Street and Humboldt Avenue. If you’ve been to the little Has Beans Creekside coffeehouse then you’ve seen it. Two mornings ago my best feline friend was killed … Continue reading
Planes, Trains, & Automobiles now has a big brother blog called Planes, Trains, & Running. In addition to being new, the blog its very own URL: www.planestrainsandrunning.com Why don’t you bookmark it or, better yet, add it and the other … Continue reading
One of Chico’s most ardent admirers passed away after a six month battle against pancreatic cancer. STEVE BROWN IN COLUSA Steve Brown was an Enterprise-Record copywriter who authored the weekly print column, “But this is Chico”, that eventually gave way … Continue reading
In my style of German, that’s Happy Fall of the Wall Day! German allows you to make compound nouns of nearly limitless length that are simply dreadful (and typically bureaucratic), but also short ones like Zeitgeist (and unfortunately blitzkrieg) that … Continue reading
For several years I’ve told fellow Norcalblogger, Steve Brown (“But This is Chico, too”), what a great place Alameda is for someone like him, a self-described flaneur who enjoys walking amidst a mix of old and new and everything in … Continue reading
Right after I got back from Reno three weeks ago my old laptop failed me. Specifically, the “on” button kind of collapsed into the case. I couldn’t turn the darn thing on. I went to a local computer store and … Continue reading
Phileo McAlexander, a very good friend dating from my Seattle days (1985-1990), is “looking forward” soon to being able to glow in the dark. Well, that’s a silly take on a serious subject. In fact, she is going to be … Continue reading
In this short, second-to-last post inspired by my recent stay in Sonoma County, I wanted to inform you of an attraction that isn’t attractive, certainly not in the conventional sense of beauty, history, or cultural significance. Nonetheless, Santa Rosa’s Bottle … Continue reading