Category Archives: Watchers

WillShe B. Next

Do not go acting a fool right now, for I am in the angry phase of grief. In addition to other events, which we will cover shortly, my friend Regnor, one of the most inspiring and disciplined artists I’ve ever … Continue reading

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Watcherfront

What a surreal image, to see the last part of Craig’s house clinging to the bank early Friday morning.  In gale-force winds on Thursday, November 6, the bedroom and living room fell off the bank, were smashed into bits and … Continue reading

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Rites of Spring

Hope doesn’t always spring eternal, so the promise of spring is essential. But it is at this very time of year where the ocean pulls some fast ones. I always remind myself that Ray and Juanita’s house fell in on … Continue reading

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Watching

I moved out west for the usual pioneer reasons. Also, I liked the way the neon looked in the rain. I quit my newspaper job at the Reston Times in Virginia, where a light in the lives of dejected photo … Continue reading

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Local color

There have been high tides but no big storms, so things are falling in, but slowly. This is good news for my friends Roberta and Dave, whose place is likely to be next. Their place is a block away from … Continue reading

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