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Archive for December, 2008

Film and socialism

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

I’ve always like Ken Loach’s films, more for their humor and social realism than anything else. His determination to present people in a humanized light and his focus on social inequalities is unlike most other directors currently working. ‘Bread and Roses’, ‘My Name is Joe’- are both films that illustrate average working men and women […]

The Crumpet Elf and writings on art

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

I heard this on NPR this morning and it’s worth posting again. If you’re talented or lucky enough, you can launch your own career on public radio. Happy holidays! I”m reading Peter Schjeldahl’s ‘Let’s See’ and agree with some of James Panero’s review in the NY Sun. ‘Mr. Schjeldahl’s ceaseless promotion of the histrionic contemporary […]

Carrots in December

Sunday, December 14th, 2008

as someone who’s failed to grow these in the dense,¬†clay¬†soil of Georgia, it’s always a minor miracle when I can succeed at getting decent carrots to thrive in my gardens. When I lived in the midwest near a river, I could grow them and now success again on my Chester County 1/2 Acre, that once […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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