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Rivendale at Towsley Canyon.

Towsley Canyon Hiking Trails.

Los Angeles Public Library - Palms-Rancho Park.

Marukai Market.

Parish Of Saint Mary.

Graphaids.

JR’s Barbeque.

Malibu Lagoon State Beach.

Helen’s Cycles.

Honey’s Kettle Fried Chicken.

Morning walk

Helen’s Cycles.

Trader Joe’s.

N/Naka.

Kirill Petrenko conducts Strauss, Shostakovich and Norman @BerlinPhill

Andrew Norman’s Sabina was beautiful.

Chief conductor Kirill Petrenko presents two works that reflect the end of the Second World War in very different ways. On the one hand Richard Strauss’s Metamorphosen: a web of sound for 23 solo strings that with warmth and transparency mourns a devastated world. In the case of Shostakovich’s Ninth Symphony, the Soviet rulers hoped for a victory symphony – but received a bright, ironic work that refuses to rejoice. We also hear Andrew Norman’s Sabina, a sound painting full of iridescent reflections of light. www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/concer…

N/Naka.

Rapha Los Angeles.

marina del rey garden center.

I’m listening to more classical music, especially on Berlin Phil and this book gives me background info of composers. www.goodreads.com

Any recommendations for a good book about HTTP? Something accessible and readible like @abookapart “HTTP for Designers”

IndieWebCamp West 2020 - Online only

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Let's Say the Scary Parts Out Loud

These events aren’t a bad dream that will fade into oblivion when we blissfully wake up, or as the climax of some ongoing story we’re reading or watching; instead, they’re the direct and understandable result of past and ongoing processes

Historian’s point of view are worthwhile reads. Let’s Say the Scary Parts Out Loud - Perspectives: Past, Present, and Future, by Patrick Wyman

St Johns Presbyterian. Fig tree planted circa 1879.

Helen’s Cycles.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Listening to The Berlin Phil Series: “Kirill Petrenko Live” Sat, 23 May 2020, 10:00 After the European Concert, which was moving for everyone involved, chief conductor Kirill Petrenko now appears once again with members of the Berliner Philharmoniker in an empty Philharmonie. On this occasion, works from the turn of the century to the 1920s are on the programme: Arnold Schoenberg’s Verklärte Nacht, which is characterised by a late Romantic tone, Claude Debussy’s atmospheric Prélude à lʼaprès-midi dʼun faune as a beacon of French Modernism, and Paul Hindemith’s spirited and witty Kammermusik No. 1.

Debussy!!! www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/concer…