The only downside? Such a lush and expansive exhibit should last longer. Word of mouth is one of the primary ways that events like River As Home is communicated. While many folks have seen the exhibit already there are many people who are only just now hearing about the exhibit. Now there's just a few short weeks left.
In the end there were 92 artists included in the show. There are many more. The Fixing the Earth: NOW! exhibit is concurrent at the Goudi'ni Native gallery on the HSU campus and an upcoming Native exhibit at the Ink People's new Brenda Tuxford gallery.
Welcome to reality. Controlling situations, protecting their fellow officers, humiliating civilians, profiling by race are just a few of the excesses the pop up. You obviously posed a significant risk to the situation: and they wanted to shut you down because it was about to get ugly? Just thinking.
I lived in Old Town for years and he was a fixture. Nice and pleasant guy. Always a hello. Our parking space during the years was right next to John's "spot". So we saw him often. Someone said he was a boxer and he used to run and shadow box years ago. Sad to hear he's gone.
The right dwells on the over regulation and intrusion of governnment that small businesses must deal with regularly. Small business and business in general is sacrosanct, yet a new industry, an industry striving to be green is just short of evil. The double standard is alive and well at the WSJ.
The carriage and I came to an intersection about 3-ish. The driver didn't indicate anything and proceeded into the intersection although he sensed my intent to turn (my turn signal). I decided to turn left and go around the block to avoid having to follow him. I had my strange prophetic sensation about the carriage at that time. The news tonight is eery. I hope the driver is going to be ok. Very sad.
OK Mr. Wilson. I guess my endorsement worked! Or was it your incumbency!
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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