Monthly Archives: November 2011

SHOP SMALL and enjoy a nice sale!

This Saturday is the 2nd annual Small Business Saturday. For those of you who don’t find endless ecstasy crawling out of bed during prime R.E.M. hours the day after Thanksgiving and digging through bins of discounted crap while wrestling a … Continue reading

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Just so you know, Louis

When I was nine-years old I frequently updated my will. This left my parents continually unnerved, especially when my mother would peer over my shoulder as I scribbled away in my notebook and ask what I was working on. “My … Continue reading

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Bipartisan Policy Convention

For the third year, I will be photographing the Bipartisan Policy Convention. It’s a lot of work and makes for long days, but it’s an opportunity to listen to (and speak with) people involved in making public policy. Hosted by … Continue reading

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My new bed!

Last spring after I set up for Bayou Boogaloo, my friend watched my booth as I ran home to shower. Afterward, I plopped on my four-poster bed – and it collapsed. On Fannie. My lovely, dear, slightly neurotic dog. I … Continue reading

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