Friday, May 19, 2023
Thursday, May 18, 2023
Grateful for this day.
A couple of things that may inspire you to take action:
In that never ending quest to remove folks from their cars, squeeze more money out of folks who can barely afford it, and killing what is left of nightlife in our still beloved Little City, SFMTA is soliciting feedback about their stupid plan to extend parking meter feed hours to 10 pm on weekdays as well as Sunday afternoons.
If you go to their website, you can read some ridiculous sales pitch about how increasing parking meter hours is supposed to reduce carbon emissions. They are soliciting feedback - please write them to let you know this is a horrible idea at email@example.com
Thanks to Leah Garchik for the heads up.
Some folks think that we need more high-rises in Marin.
If you haven't been paying attention, it's because you probably have been busy trying to survive. Get ready for the next California Gold Rush, or get ready to form a community housing trust.
I can hardly wait to see what tomorrow may bring.
I'm singing on May 20th. See you at The Saloon, 4 - 8 pm.
Have the best day you can possibly have today.
Saturday, May 6, 2023
"Landfill Diversion Project"
Start: Marin Open Studios 2023
Targeted Completion: Marin Open Studios 2024
Artist Statement: A performance art journey into our attachment to "stuff, in holding on and letting go.
Over the years, we collect things. I have reached the point where I find myself surrounded by so much "stuff" that it does not add value or serve a purpose, and feels overwhelming and blocking my creativity and life flow.
Over this next year, I will work on adding value to these items and/or passing items on to someone who can find value in their current form. The main goal is to divert them from landfill and in the process, engage in the art of more creative living.
Join me on this journey, and perhaps we can learn from and inspure each other!