Monthly Archives: August 2017

Blue Bicycle Portal

I just noticed the blue bicycle in my last post. It is located on Carmine Street across the street from Chris. Belle and Gloria look alike. Gloria’s lover, and his sister, were White Panthers, attorneys who defended Huey Newton in … Continue reading

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Carmine Street Artists

Jackson Pollock lived on Carmine Street as did the De Koonings (No.63) who fought all the time. Stefan Eins helped Chris paint her apartment. He hung some of his works of art on her wall and pointed out a Ein’s … Continue reading

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Experimental Muses

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I talked to Christine Wandel in the Village last night and told her I had been communicating with Bob Hamilton. She was pleased to hear this. I asked what Bob’s relationship with the Loading Zone…

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Our Hippie Home

In 1976, Gloria Ehlers and I lived at 70 Yosemite Avenue, off Piedmont Ave. We were here for several years. The house was a wreck. The plaster walls were all cracked. We bought burlap and Gloria ironed it before I … Continue reading

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Fearless Girl of the Graffitti Art Labyrinth

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“In our opinion, a deliberate choice was made to exploit and to appropriate the ‘Charging Bull’ through the placement of ‘Fearless Girl,’” attorney Norman Siegel said at the press conference.” Artist Arturo Di Modica did…

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I Shot Your Father

I gave two paintings to my father, and both got destroyed in the fights he had with his second wife, Dee-Dee. You can see the five pound ashtray on the coffee table that she knocked Vic’s eye out with. He … Continue reading

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Of Vice&Men

My ex-wife, Mary Ann Tharaldsen, lived in Marin County for six years or so. She was married to Thomas Pynchon. Jon Inherent Vice’ December 13, 2014 By Kirk Honeycutt The only vice inherent in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inherent Vice” is … Continue reading

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The Olompali Quest

My struggle to keep going, keep blogging, and keep looking, is epic. I have no money, yet I produce more than the billionaires. Two months ago my childhood friend, Nancy Hamren, talked about our past and our friends, then gave … Continue reading

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The Rosamond Gold Mine

“We Wendlings are a branch of the Bolger family who went to sea. When we landed in California, Drake sent us in search of gold. Some claim he hid his treasure in Marin County, but, we disagree.” Page 23 ‘Hobbits … Continue reading

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The Mind Dancers

I quit taking drugs in 1967 and encourage others to stop. I gave lessons to Rena Easton about Meher Baba. Darian lived in the Mel Lyman commune in 1970 to…….? I lived down the street that year. Rena became a … Continue reading

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