Fashion

Fila-philia

It’s been a long time coming — I needed shoes. As an avid walker, I wear shoes out incredibly quickly, down to where I can feel every single pebble on the ground I stomp on because I grind the soles down to paper thinness before replacing them. Well, call this a belated birthday present or …

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Culinary Disaster Artists

Sometimes I cook. Horribly. With my paychecks evaporated, crafty nonexistent, catering but a memory, Mik and I have resorted to cooking for ourselves. Remotely. And the best part is that we used Spam. By the way, we also have an audio version of our podcast, Smörgåsbord, up on Spotify | Geek Happy Network

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Entropy

There is a little place called Finn Slough at the southern banks of Richmond that feels like the end of the world. I wandered there today to see its mystic atmosphere, like it might the home of a bayou witch doctor. Of course, a good witch doctor knows that Covid-19 is in the air. The …

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Observations

On Minimalism II

Last year, I did some lighting for a photographer I had a serious style crush on. She is the opposite of me, her aesthetic is noticeably cohesive: muted, neat, serene, quiet. Whereas my aesthetic is all over the place: rich in color, varies in energy levels, chaotic. I know it’s a thing for people to …

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Observations

The Distancing

I have, as many of us do, many tangled feelings of The Great Quarantining. Most people I know are brewing a sense of anxiety and agitation. They’re justifiably nervous, bored, uncertain, scared, panicky… a whole gamut of discomforts slowly simmering. I’ve never felt more calm. Of course, I have worries about my job (or lack …

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