A little cubomania to celebrate the solstice.
One of my favorite things about Fairbanks is that it’s a treasure trove of indie businesses and, although shopping here can be challenging at times, there’s a ton of cool … Continue reading
Lorien Nettleton was recently sold for $400. (As part of the 31st annual Talkeetna Bachelor’s Auction. Hear that story here). He also recently interviewed mountain climber Masatoshi Kuriaki “just before … Continue reading
I was following the pack all swallowed in their coats With scarves of red tied ’round their throats To keep their little heads From falling in the snow White Winter … Continue reading
We’re rushing headlong into it now. I feel like a Chilean miner being lowered quickly towards the bottom of a dark chasm. Or like a coin that’s been dropped from … Continue reading
A good friend of mine just landed a fab new job. It’s nice to be a freelance creative, flitting about all willy-nilly and having the freedom of fluidity. But it’s … Continue reading
I’ve been working on a post about architecture in Fairbanks and I’m in the midst of email conversations with two local architects but before I actually post anything on the … Continue reading
There are haikus in today’s paper. I’m not sure if they are part of the Holiday Haiku contest that the News-Miner is running but they – plus the fact that … Continue reading