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Henry Plotnick (Field 5) at 4

Henry Plotnick the teen minimalist composer does a live mic at 4 today at KZSU Stanford, 90.1 on the terrestial radio dial but since I can literally see the station out my window — well, I can see Hoover Tower … Continue reading

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Satchmo under the Geary

I’m working past thinking of “Satchmo at the Waldorf” as a take-down of both Louis Armstrong and his agent Joe Glaser. It starts with the Satchmo character admitting that he just crapped his pants, literally. The big revelation is ┬ánot … Continue reading

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Clay wheels

Palo Alto has a new bike shop, Shinola on Hamilton 261, although new is a relative term since the whole concept is retro. Sky the bike guru (who came to the company four years ago, she says, after ten years … Continue reading

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Welcome home The Lofts at SodoSoPa!

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Bitch, I’m Johanson

  I have merging two items, one about the damage to the Chris Johanson mural on Cali Ave in Palo Alto, the second, about a despute 35 miles north regarding proposed public art near Mission district BART, because the headline … Continue reading

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Ann Packer and Superchunk: precision author

I ran into Nancy Packer the other day; she was taking out the trash and I was leaving my parents’ building via the back door. I always get a little kick talking to this very wise women. She is the … Continue reading

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