Tag Archives: Japanese American

IONTW – July 2, 2017

I’m currently listening to Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle – I know I’ve read her fiction and enjoyed it in the past, although I don’t particularly recall any story details – so the name caught my eye when browsing the … Continue reading

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IONTW – May 7, 2017

Matsuri Japanese Arts Festival in Santa Rosa TODAY 11 am – 5 pm. The film of George Takei’s Allegiance will be showing in Sebastopol May 9. All I needed to know:  or at least 7 Things I Learned When I … Continue reading

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IONTW – April 23, 2017

Art is part of the world it is made in – reflection, reaction, documenting or commenting – and receives meaning from both the maker and the viewer, and there’s often more than two sides to the story. Finding art in … Continue reading

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IONTW – April 2, 2017

Amazing fun with cut paper! Here’s a local one. And a couple for the plate o’ shrimp file – pencils and death. The pencils are at CW Pencil Enterprise, which Helen Hiebert mentioned in her blog/newsletter and Alisa Golden had … Continue reading

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IONTW – February 19, 2017

Day of Remembrance – 75th anniversary of issuance of Executive Order 9066. So. Much. Water. At peak, Oroville dam was releasing 100,000 CFS down the spillway to try to reduce the reservoir level. That works out to 64,627 MGD. If … Continue reading

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75 years ago today

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IONTW – February 12, 2017

The domino effect. With fire. Watch while eating your ice cream made out of snow. Maurice Sendak’s library. Train station built around a tree. So. Much. YES!!! Letterpress Printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. I’ve never met him – or should … Continue reading

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