Monthly Archives: October 2013

Lou “the glue” Marcelli

Lou Marcelli was an original who led a unique and remarkable life – if lives are art projects, his was a masterpiece. He passed away earlier this month at age 85. Last Sunday afternoon members of The Dolphin Swimming and Boating … Continue reading

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Dogs and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area

“The dogs scampering across East Beach, some on leashes but most running free and having quite a time of it, were getting along a lot better than some of the humans trying to figure out what to do about them.” … Continue reading

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America’s Cup recap part 2

These photos were taken at the AC Village on/near Pier 27 the day of the last race. Above: Viewing area on Pier 27 about an hour before the last race Below: Rivals anchored off Pier 27 before the race Above: … Continue reading

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Film Festival “Industry,” in brief

The film festival industry (or marketplace) is quite fragmented. Although many have heard of Sundance, Toronto, and/or San Francisco International, there are thousands of other film festivals known to only locals or enthusiasts. To get a flavor of the variety … Continue reading

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America’s Cup recap

“He who has the gold makes the rules.” In this year’s America’s Cup, the defending Oracle US team achieved what some have called the biggest comeback ever in all of sports. Down 8-1 to Emirates Team New Zealand, Oracle won … Continue reading

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