Not a Black vet?..Stock up on ammo?..Access to weapons and ammo by whom?.....Way off course, did you plan on shooting at a person while carrying an "Air-Soft."....... Such as a 13 year old, brown, person on Moreland Ave., too?...Huerta mean anything?..
A fantastic article! Steve is a tremendous ambassador for and Rancho Obi-Wan is amazing place to celebrate your passion for Star Wars and the personal friendships made because of the world that George Lucas created.
NRA rednecks will rant about their 2nd amendment rights UNTIL it applies to minorities, then they wetting their overalls in fear!!
"In the turbulent 1960s, the bodacious Panthers advocated *ARMED SELF-DEFENSE*, fed the hungry and taught the illiterate".
"Stock up on ammo" is a poor response to a group who put their money where their mouth is in fighting inequity and helped the least fortunate in our communities!
Guess I'll check the old armory and stock up on ammo while I'm at it.As the old saying goes,never can be too cautious.A vet.
AND some criticism just is not worth much.
it is truly an honor to have studied with Mark at SSU. His commitment to teaching, passion for painting and dedication to critical discourse made a lasting impact on me as a young student and inspired me to be the artist I am today.
thank you, Mark Perlman. you really inspired all of us students and taught all of us how to look at mark making and line quality and composition in a way that continues to make sense. i still go back to so much of what you taught us about structure and purpose and hard work. your teaching still informs my current work. thank you for an excellent educational experience.
congratulations on your much deserved retirement! best wishes to you!!
For clarification: Robert Michael Smith is the first sculptor to use 3D print technology at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine to produce a sculpture comprised of living human cells....
Correction: Robert Michael Smith will present "Regenesis" opening lecture on Thursday, August 15, 6 - 8 pm at Hammerfriar Gallery, 132 Mill St., Healdsburg, CA
Please RSVP to Jill Plamann 707.473.9600.
This is, actually, not the first time "The Sound of Music" has been performed at the Mountain Play. I saw it there in 1985! Maybe you need a new fact checker.
By the way - these artists are amazingly cooperative yet fiercely independent- with a strong streak a
capitalism' , which is refreshing these days!
Thank you, Gabe!!! Can you tell I'm not a U2 fan?
You're right, Erin - I blew it. Fixed above. (The actual line is "We get to carry each other," from "One.") Sorry.
Nominal and trite? Aren't you just the art critic. Way to place unnecessary context on an otherwise heartfelt piece of art. It is not, in fact, a U2 lyric. But thanks for putting that terrible reference into the minds of viewers before they even experience the piece.
So proud of you Roman. The show is going to change minds and open eyes. I love you and what you've done!
This is seriously unique and creative mural art. A ' one moment-in-time 'show - one night only, that you don't want to miss!!
The fact that this story is posted and has both positive and negative comments shows Mr. Briano has had some measure of success. Theater will die if you don't get people talking about it and going out to see the productions. He seems to be leading when no one else wants to. Briano should be appreciated and helped. Perhaps a list of which companies opted out of consideration or which were included might help. It never helps to be mean. LGygax
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