blue cheese grits
Craig Kauffman (bubble boy)

A 1948 flood washed away the WWII housing project Vanport—but its history still informs Portland's diversity.

live long and prosper.

in the studio

two hours later i had a spoon!

the final nail in nbcs must see thursday comedy lineup gets pounded into the coffin tonight when parks and recreation ends its run. that it is being aired on tuesday at ten after a two hour episode of the biggest loser should tell you all you need to know. which is probably nothing.

Rauschenberg at Betty Parsons gallery 1951

light boxes
Far be it from me to raise my hands in any moral horror over the ways and tastes of individuals […] But it is not all right with the art which they affect and cultivate.  It is not all right when […] precious fairies get into positions of power and judge, buy, and exhibit American pictures on a base of nervous whim and under the sway of those overdelicate refinements of taste characteristic of their kind.
drink like a colonial
Carl Andre and film

Looking for documentation of the fabled cedar tavern arguments of the day. So far found Jed Perl's book and ordered it. Not for JP but the subject. Anything else regarding the individuals and their arguments. Perhaps something by Motherwell?
Gordon Onslow Ford

Looking pretty cold in NYC

Geometry can be found underlying all, or nearly all, the forms in nature. One learns this from D'Arcy Thompson's book "On Growth and Form," a favorite of Tony's, and from Jay Hambidge's "Elements of Dynamic Symmetry," another favorite of his. Of course one can learn this just from observation, if one looks intently enough. No form in nature is a perfect example of the geometry it is a case of, but when you average the many examples of one form - many examples of the skeletal structure of a bird's wing, or the arrangements of leaves on a stem, or cellular or atomic forms - you get the perfection we normally ascribe to man-made geometry. Of course, all man-made geometry is natural, because we are nature.
radical art '29-'40
snowy owls in NYC
Kath & Kim (Australia)

ok, watching the original Australian show (YouTube and Acorn.) Pretty nutty fare, but it's a comedy right? Set in the dial up connection 90's. Can't imagine the US version with it's 2.5 star status! Another TV show built around an oddball comedy act. Trending???

Kitchen Confidential, the audio book

frackin' texas

Taschen has released a titillating title called Psychedelic Sex written and compiled by Yippie co-founder and Realist publisher Paul Krassner with self-proclaimed obsessive collector, Eric Gotland. The racy retro collection is edited by Dian Hanson whose job title at Taschen appears actually to be “Sexy Book Editor.” Nice! Hanson produced a ton of men’s magazines from Juggs to Legshow between 1976 and 2001 and is also responsible for other Taschen titles like The Little Book of Big Penis and The Big Butt Book 3D, so obviously you might want to get your hands on Psychadelic Sex. The addition of Paul Krassner’s penchant for countercultural hilarity makes this kind of a must have in my humble opinion.
fires of new York

i think there is some snl 40th anniversary thing on sunday. seems like every year they find something to "celebrate."