Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lecture Desires/Fears

I imagine that everyone who delivers a lecture has the same fears: 1. Will I do well? 2. Will anyone show up? And the same desires: 1. I want to do well. 2. I want people to show up. The … Continue reading

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Lecture at the Mint on October 10th

Here is the postcard (front and back) for my October 10th at the Mint. Postcard designed by the fabulous SCOTT FRILOT

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Auction benefitting the Multiple Sclerosis Society of LA

Not only a FANTASTIC cause but you can bid on a piece of my artwork. Wednesday. September 9, 2012 from 6 to 9 PM. Atchafalaya 901 Louisiana Avenue. $10 Donation to the MS Society of Louisiana Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and … Continue reading

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Upcoming 2012 Shows

UPCOMING SHOWS FOR 2012 Here is a list of some of my shows and appearance for 2012. I might be adding more, but you can always go directly to my “Shows” page on my blog or on my website¬†for updates. … Continue reading

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They sat and spat… Anti-spitting laws

What can I say about the offensiveness of this article? On a routine search for other source material, I discovered this article that was published in The New Orleans Item on November 11, 1903. After some brief research I discovered … Continue reading

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Judge J.S. Bossier

Bossier, Bossier, Bossier, Bossier….

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Final Book Review

Summer is officially over for me. Classes started last week, and I wanted to have this written before but work assignments, early homework assignments, and adorable French girls who stayed with me a week prevented it. And then Isaac came … Continue reading

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A Long Shot…

This is a long shot, I know. But there is no harm in putting it out there. I have been surprised by some of the response to the Mascot. Either: A. People emailing me with questions. B. People emailing me … Continue reading

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