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I believe strongly that the success of a civilization can best be repusinted by its art through murals and architecture. If you look back throughout history you will take note that this is true. I am relived that the graph police deemed my art non-graffiti though I do see some beautiful painted pieces around town and it would only be ignorant of me not to appreciate them as art. They are beautiful and inspiring. When I painted Cut's Vision of the mural I was inspired by live music. You can see the inspiration in warm colors and fluent lines. If the mater of this topic knowing now that the city has approved it, is a mater of taste, then it is time for a new mural and let a new artist shine. To paint the mural gray would be like painting its environment depressing.
A) Keep the mural
B) Paint new mural that property owner likes.
This is the average response.
The mere few who remained to see Jimi on Monday morning at Woodstock numbered around 180,000 people - down from the 500,000 that came for the weekend.
The hills are alive with mounds of garbage...
Ask and you shall receive! A cover story of Matthew Alice columns ran back in 2007:
The Answer Man: 20 years of Matthew Alice
Never heard of it. The first 20 minutes are on YouTube. I ran it through Amazon.com and this came up: http://www.amazon.com/Babe-Me-Baseball-Card-Adventure/dp/0380805049/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1364440081&sr=8-1&keywords=cover+me+babe
I will make it a point to ask him about it.
‘We decided to have this third record be self-titled, ’cause we feel like we really found our own sound,” says Alfred Howard of the Heavy Guilt, who will celebrate the release of their new full-length ...
Knowing his propensity to frequent movie houses of a distasteful nature, be grateful you knew where the goo came from!
Say it ain't so, Pee Wee!
Just one point: Valley Center is in "Valley Center." It is near Escondido, maybe even next to it, but not in it, which is why Valley Center has a road TO Escondido.
You have to wonder if they took Clapton to Valley Center by the back way so he wouldn't have to see East Valley Parkway and wonder "Where the hell are they taking me?"
I once saw JJ Cale in Austin, Texas. The band members came out in dim light, setting up the stage for him while everybody waited quietly. Kept waiting, wondering when he was going to appear. Then the music began...he was one of the guys setting up, sitting on the edge of the stage. Nice touch.
Scott Marks 3:01 p.m., Dec. 12
Jeff Smith 2 p.m., Dec. 12
Don Bauder 1:30 p.m., Dec. 12
Helen Villines 12:30 p.m., Dec. 12
Tanya Schroeder 11:48 a.m., Dec. 12
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