Author Archives: nutMeg

Flying Circus!

It may have been that last year’s Journey to the Moon set the bar pretty high, or that I was having different sorts of circus-y decor expectations, but I was a tad underwhelmed at first by Castle in the Air‘s … Continue reading

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IONTW – December 10, 2017

An Advent practice. Also celebrating the season – The Grand Transformation at Castle in the Air is complete! This year’s theme is the flying circus. and speaking of SHINY! one hopes they mix something other than concrete with it! New … Continue reading

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IONTW – December 3, 2017

the sands of seriffe a good thing to keep clear about which is which vegetable and plant embroideries, paper food more paper (although, alas for me, in Albany NY) Strathmore Paper is showing 100 years of sample and sales books. … Continue reading

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IONTW – November 26, 2017

The Sonoma Ash Project is collecting ash samples through the end of November. Artist Gregory Roberts is working with the community to give survivors of the wildfires a new object from the remains of their homes. next level pies no … Continue reading

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Museum of Ice Cream

Who am I and what have I done with the myself who doesn’t go for The Next Big Thing? Who doesn’t Believe the Hype… And I can’t even remember how I first heard about the Museum of Ice Cream. Probably … Continue reading

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Old Mission Santa Barbara

Which, I don’t know that there’s a New Mission Santa Barbara, but I suppose when you’ve been around since 1786 you can call yourself whatever you want. As these things go, it was established on the named saint’s day – … Continue reading

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IONTW – November 12, 2017

PIE!!! Things organized neatly. How ordinary becomes extraordinary by consistency over time – Hisoko Koyama’s forty plus years of observing and documenting sunspots. Minneapolis on the radar from a Bay Area friend moving there, and then another friend’s son just … Continue reading

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