Category Archives: Art, Music, and Culture

Artists, musicians, cultural artifacts, and gems

Interview: Paul Anthony Romero, composer & pianist

Interview with Paul Anthony Romero My friend Joe Lopiccolo introduced me a couple of years ago to his friend and former colleague Paul Romero, a composer who started his career as a professional classical pianist and today whose written soundtracks … Continue reading

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Made to Inspire

Over the weekend of May 21st, I attended the 2011 Maker Faire in San Mateo as a part of the Molnari group who was invited to exhibit and present. Molnari the developer of a gyrocycle, a flying motorcycle. ” Maker … Continue reading

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16 FREE Things to do in the L.A. this Spring and Summer

16 FREE Things to do in the L.A. area this Spring and Summer As gas prices march north, you might be already thinking about how it will affect your spending. I want you though to still have a great time … Continue reading

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Sonic Explorer, Theo Bleckmann – Interview

As part of my periodic interview series, I interviewed  GRAMMY nominated musician Theo Bleckmann on behalf of 62MileClub which I c0-founded to bring an expanded awareness of emerging private spaceflight. Theo is a remarkable artist who consistently pushes the boundaries … Continue reading

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An improvisation

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January 31, 2011: 31 Reasons why 2011 was Wonderful to Me

Originally posted on Facebook on Monday, January 31, 2011 at 10:49pm I took a look back at the first 31 days of 2011 and listed a few highlights. I couldn’t squeeze them all in – that’s a good thing.  Regardless, … Continue reading

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Irec – 1,000 True Fans, Sea Shepherd, Theo Bleckmann @ The Broad Stage

For those of you new to my blog, I post quite a recommendations and prefer to keep it short and sweet. Sea Shepherd – Support this group to help end whaling. Thank you to Alex Lightman for his continued work … Continue reading

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Mothers Rock – No Mothering Style is Superior to Another

Earlier this week I article in Wall Street Journal,  Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior, and forwarded it to some friends and family. Some of their  reactions ranged from shock to amusement. First and for the record I am not a … Continue reading

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Irec: Portraits by Julie Adler

Portraits have long been a unique way to capture a person’s visual vibe. My friend Julie Adler is creating lovely portraits for people like you. She’s a graduate of Cooper Union & Cal Arts. She offers a range of sizes … Continue reading

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Irec – Steve Tibbetts, musician

I first discovered Steve Tibbetts in the pages of Guitar Player Magazine and was sucked into his musical world via the recording The Fall of Us All released in 1994. Over the weekend, I heard an interview with him on … Continue reading

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