Monthly Archives: June 2010

Things I Like About the House: The Commute

I rode my bike home from work today in the pouring rain. It was awesome. Eliza had offered to come pick me up, but the sight of stand-still traffic on Congress Avenue made me think twice. I decided I’d rather … Continue reading

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Anthony Bourdain Presents: Q&A With the Sad and Desperate

There’s nothing worse than audience Q&A at public events. The worst strain of Q&A, though, is Q&A with celebrities. I learned this tonight at the Paramount Theater, where the profane, skinny-legged, and utterly likable Anthony Bourdain appeared. I usually make a quick exit … Continue reading

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Things I Like About the House: Storage

I’m learning that when you buy a house, trips to Home Depot take up a good portion of every weekend. I don’t mind Home Depot, but I’m not a fan of spending the weekend in the car. I will say … Continue reading

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Charm School: Texas Rib Kings, Austin TX

On September 6th 1995, I began to realize that professional photography wasn’t my calling. That was the day that Cal Ripken Jr. broke Lou Gehrig’s “Iron Man” record, playing his 2,131st consecutive game. I wasn’t exactly a big baseball fan, … Continue reading

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