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Memento: Mak-san comes to the Kura (grain barn) studio/hideout

Mac Kobayashi and Dave Olson

Had my first visitor to the grain barn studio the other day and we send greetings / this is Japan’s most interesting dude and the guy who saved/changed my life several times – the goat farmer, DJ, record collector, Dead Head, snappy dresser (usually) and chef Mac/Mak Kobayashi

PS the studio/clubhouse/hideout needs a fresh name – ideas?

Memento: with Lynval Goudling of The Specials at SXSW, Austin Tx, 2011

with Lynval Goudling of The Specials at SXSW, Austin Tx, 2011 – i shared a speaking bill with him like i am some kind of big shot – ha! note: hang loose

Katie Lee: the Desert Goddess, Renegade Folksinger and Glen Canyon Activist #tribute

Adding to the variety of artifacts (including my recently re-surfacing essay “Damn the Dam”) about Glen Canyon, which turned into the “home” of Lake Powell, comes this tribute, link assortment and film preview featuring legendary Ms. Katie Lee, the famed model/singer/activist environmentalist who made a noteworthy trip into the canyons – many of which were never documented/explored – with photographers, shortly before the destruction, dam building and subsequent flooding.

Ms. Lee passed away in Nov. 2017 at 98 years old and remained a fiery personality advocating for the wildness of lands until the end.

As such, I’ve assembled a round-up of links about her extraordinary life which follows this film preview and blurb – consider reading all to learn of this exceptionally beautiful renegade.

#hero

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