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January 2011

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Them Mid winter blues

Them Mid winter blues

Although January was at its end, Meriweather realized, to his chagrin, winter was far from over.  Lately it seemed as if his bad habits  – barking neurotically in the middle of the night,  licking too much, and stealing cheese from the kitchen counter twice in one week  – were overwhelming the good ones (way too many of these to [...]

Winter Solutions 101

Winter Solutions 101

The Strangeness of Larry

The Strangeness of Larry

For many years Victoria had yearned to learn how to Tango, but now that she’d finally taken the plunge and signed up for a class,  she really didn’t know what to make of  Larry, her  instructor.   For one thing he was way shorter than she was, which made things – tango-wise – awkward.   But what really caused her heart [...]

World Wide Woof

World Wide Woof

Regret

Regret

Attempting to cure her inferiority complex and gain back the attention from the family that she had so miserably lost upon the Christmas arrival of the cat,  Esmeralda had tried to eat a live porcupine.    Not a promising start to the new year.

That Time of the Year

That Time of the Year

At the moon

At the moon

When Kafka was told he’d been named after a famous writer who wrote a book about a man who woke up as a cockroach, he began worrying.   He’d always admired and respected George, the tall man he’d lived with all his life.  The man smelled like the woods, he let Kafka sleep on the [...]

The American Dream

The American Dream

As a child, when Eliza avidly watched old black and white movies at the tiny art film theater in the small Texas town where she grew up, she dreamed of a spot on the silver screen.   She knew there were few parts for girls of her kind, and thousands that were capable of playing them.  [...]

The Woofers

The Woofers

Mose (keyboard & harmonica), Wallace (bass fiddle), and Alison (vocals and Jew’s harp) were exhausted after a long December of  successful  gigs.  Wallace had kept a journal, with song lists for each show, how each venue smelled, and jotted down remarks about various incidents that had occurred when the band was playing. The incident they [...]

A Studio Interview


In Anna Dibble's studio: Kimberly Wang of Eardog Productions
Studio shots, & Pepper, Radar and Theo

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