Monthly Archives: August 2011

Have You Got the New Look?

“Post-Seismic” is the look for fall.

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American Banshees

Taking a break from the Expedition today to talk about a musical form that has been held hostage by corny nostalgia mongers for years, but deserves a fresh listen. I grew up listening to old scratchy 45s. I love their … Continue reading

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Patchy days are here again

We are again awash in embroidered patches! A large shipment has just arrived, and after last week’s adventures we are now finally having a much-needed patch bath. The patchmongers  in our Shop page await your orders.

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Day 3 Expedition Images Now on Flickr

              The images from the third day of the Hidden River Expedition are now up on Flickr! We are currently editing the audio taken in the field for a series of podcasts, and a … Continue reading

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Day 2 Expedition Images Now on Flickr

              The images from the second day of the Hidden River Expedition are now up on Flickr! Expect images from the third and final day of the Expedition tomorrow.

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Day 1 Expedition Images Now on Flickr

The images from the first day of the Hidden River Expedition are now up on Flickr! Captions will soon accompany the images, so check back if any confuse you. Explanations are on the way. Excuses? Never.

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And We’re Off!

We are compiling all the audio and video files right now, and will begin posting podcast episodes from the Expedition very soon. In the meantime, we have started a Flickr set that will host images from the Expedition in chronological … Continue reading

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Happy Landings in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

Art in the Age covered the conclusion of my expedition at Bartram’s Garden this Saturday. They kindly presented me with one of the first bottles of their new liqueur, Rhuby. My thanks to Dan and Laura for such a fine … Continue reading

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Naming Names

I owe a debt of gratitude to quite a few people who made this expedition not only feasible, but enjoyable. As I had noted in my previous post, I am especially grateful to my wife Susan, Les Baird, and Laura … Continue reading

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Forty Miles Later

I’m typing this with aching, blistered fingers after having slept nearly twelve hours. When I first began calling this trip an “expedition,” it was with tongue firmly in cheek–but that is in fact what it became. Being out on a … Continue reading

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