David Rhoden: News

March 03, 2018

Gina Phillips: Crow Valley opens tonight

Gina Phillips' show Crow Valley has its opening tonight, March 3, from 6–9 p.m. at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, 400 Julia Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Please go, but if you can't go, please have a look at the website I built for it, at https://ginaphillips.net.

Here's a picture of how it looks on four of my favorite computers I have laying around:

March 02, 2018

birthday bonfire and pickin' party

It's my birthday March 2 and to celebrate we'll be gathering from 6 p.m. on into the night at 819 Sister Street in New Orleans Louisiana (Holy Cross neighborhood) to burn a bunch of pallets and sticks and dried palm fronds and I hope we'll pick on guitars and whatever instruments people want to bring. I have some hot dogs and buns. If you read this weblog with any regularity or even just this once you are invited. Come enjoy a big yard and some fire and some sounds.

March 01, 2018

beliefs mean little

Why do we even indulge ourselves in beliefs? Can we just not accept that there are things we can't know?

February 28, 2018

off the wall

Some sentiments are universal.

February 27, 2018

a young robot in NYC

I was just tossing out things that don't spark joy and I found this. It was about 1994? That's me in the cylindrical robot head. The eyes lit up! (the eyes were the plastic bell mutes from a Bell telephone, a thing that at the time you would have no compunction about breaking up and using for parts.

The guy next to me (Norman) actually had an excellent costume, he's just not in it here. He was the bent stick-gathering man from the cover of Led Zeppelin IV. 

I think this was the year Al showed up as an old man with high-waisted pants, asking or demanding that the other guests reach in and get themselves a dietetic hard candy. He also fell down the long stairs about five times, for laughs.

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