The art community downtown put on a street festival today. I headed down there to check it out and take some photos. The festival web site said they were expecting 30,000 people I don’t think they came even close to that, but it was still a good time.
Monthly Archive for September, 2008
After I watched the debate tonight (great night, can’t wait to see the polls coming out of that), I got on my exercise bike and watched the new Knight Rider show. I was watching it as a lark since the movie from earlier in the year was so dumb, and I’d heard that the new […]
I found myself very taken by the photographs (NSFW) of Gregory Crewdson. I’ve always been drawn to images of isolation and quiet contemplation. In these particular photos, there seems to be an undercurrent of pain and loneliness that I don’t care for as much, but broadly, I am very interested in his work.
Chinatown in Downtown Los Angeles put on a harvest moon festival with contortionists, martial artists, acrobats, moon cakes and even some telescopes to take a closer look at the moon. I took my camera.
So, my phone line is on the fritz. I head to the AT&T site and try to report a problem. The site sends me in circles. I decide I’m going to have to call them and try to report the problem. They say that they can send a repair tech out. If the problem is […]