I just got back from a business meeting in downtown Colorado Springs. I lived there many years ago, so took some time to explore a few blocks of the area between gigs. It’s quite spruced up since I was last… Read More ›
From the new Bow building in downtown Calgary.
There is a tiny little town in western Texas, named Iraan. The town sprang into existence after the 1923 discovery of oil on the ranch of Ira Yates (the town is named after Ira and his wife Ann), with the… Read More ›
Papua New Guinea is an incredibly diverse country, with an estimated 800+ identifiable groups / communities / traditional societies of people. For a country of only about 6 million, the results are a riotous melange of languages, traditions, costumes and… Read More ›
This rare color version of a Tenniel illustration of the Jabberwocky is for our good friend Ellie. She is a wonderful librarian and also an Alice expert! I hope she enjoys it! Related articles Jabberwocky: Dialogue With Attitude… (alienorajt.wordpress.com) Jabberwocky… Read More ›
From a local restaurant. Sadly, they don’t serve peanut butter-banana sandwiches, but they do make a mean margarita. Related articles The Bacon Weave Elvis Sandwich (neatorama.com)
18″ tall. By James Watkins, Dallas Texas