Barbara Gittings Way

    On my walk back from Trader Joe’s yesterday I went past Barbara Gittings Way at 13th and Locust where they have newly laid out rainbow crosswalks. The city has painted rainbows on the crosswalks several times previously, but they’ve always faded quickly, so this time they used a different technique using thermoplastic that’s … Continue reading Barbara Gittings Way

North Shore

Yesterday’s post was supposed to be a quick one. Extract a few short videos, slap a little narrative on them, upload. Then get on with my morning. That’s what was supposed to happen. Extracting the video clips was no problem. Finding the ones I wanted and editing them took ten, maybe fifteen minutes tops, and … Continue reading North Shore

Alan Shore

I’m afraid I didn’t do a very good job of introducing Alan Shore (whom I incorrectly referred to as Alan North, since fixed!) in yesterday’s post. So let his friend Ellenor Frutt introduce him: Oops! Wrong video. Did Ted Baxter get into the screening room? Never mind. Here’s a better example of Alan’s legal prowess … Continue reading Alan Shore

A Simple Lunch

Sometimes the simple meals are the most satisfying. I made a spaghetti sauce by sautéing some onions with an Italian sausage, then added some Rao’s Marinara Sauce and parsley from my herb garden. A side of asparagus from the Garden State and a salad of an avocado drizzled with lime juice.