It has been a while, indeed, since last this virtual pen touched ethereal paper here to ply the waters what wash this web with tales of my diurnal wheeling over the Williamsburg bridge. I continue to do it every day. In fact I have just returned from doing it even [...]
Hanging in the bathroom in the pair of rooms that have, for my time here this year in New York, been as much of a home as any I have ever had, and provided for me by my dear friend and brother-from-another-mother, Piotr, an excellent photographer himself and one of the finest [...]
This is what democracy looks like!
photo – AP
… and this is what nearsighted, thoughtless, juvenile, macho thuggery looks like!
photo – AP
The former is an example and a symbol of an ongoing struggle of a growing tide of sensible, honest, love-making, creative humans, young and old, [...]
Here is a poem I wrote for the incomparable Dr. Hal a few years back. For those who haven’t the good fortune to know of this esteemed gentleman, he has for years been a pillar of San Francisco’s, and indeed the world’s, edifice of the other.
A “high priest”, as it were, of [...]
Upcoming GigsNothin' on the books. Why not hire a brother?
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