Joe Rodeo

18 Apr 19
Not My First Rodeo

“The Banks Of Green Willow”, Vaughan-Williams: “The London Symphony Orchestra & Richard Hickox”, 2001 Well, the Alberta Election yesterday turned out OK. In the following image the Blue is the United Conservative Party and the Orange is the NDP and as I mentioned, the rest were just votesplitters. Alberta Election 2019 – United Conservative Party […]

18 Apr 19
Lowly Horse Girl

On my way home tonight one of my very best friends and heros called me. Joe or Traveling Joe or the cowboy legend Joe. I’ve known Joe for most of my life I was 11 years old when I met him. He’s my was one of my Paps nearest and dearest friends. There’s a few […]

17 Apr 19
Ereshkigal

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17 Apr 19
It's an Indie Book Blog

Fast paced, engrossing, nostalgic yet essential for the modern audience. Keeps you guessing ‘til the end. An exciting addition to the rapidly growing cannon of LGBT literature. Available to buy at: All Formats     Paperback Direct from Red Dog Press Representation matters. The LGBT community is under attack once again, protests are happening which claim that […]

17 Apr 19
Not My First Rodeo

“Deep Peace”, Bill Douglas, from the album of the same name, (1996) John Milton was totally blind by age 40. “When I Consider How My Light is Spent” is one of the best known of the sonnets of John Milton (d. 1674). The last three lines (concluding with “They also serve who only stand and […]

16 Apr 19
Five-Pesos

John Carroll Lynch portrays Texas Prisons General Manager Lee Simmons in the Netflix original movie The Highwaymen. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t have to consult IMDb to tell you that. Lynch has one of those faces. You know the ones I mean. You see him everywhere. He’s in everything. He’s that guy, […]

16 Apr 19
Intune Blog

Another great week of live in the Bay Area. Here are some suggestion for this week.. Monday May 13th The Lost Church 65 Capp St, San Francisco 8:00 PM Showtime… Folk singer/songwriters Nataly Dawn and Lauren O’Connell present to “For You” album release show. Nataly is an exceptional songstress and this should be a great […]

15 Apr 19
Variety

Ryan Kavanaugh seeks a deep-pocketed buyer to lighten his heavy-duty real estate portfolio with the $25 million sale of a brand-new and never-occupied Nantucket-inspired Pacific Palisades, Calif., mansion perched on a high promontory with panoramic views that sweep over a bird’s-eye-like swathe of mountains, ocean and coastline. The founder and former CEO of twice-bankrupt Relativity […]

15 Apr 19
The Stallion

     Horses stormed out of the gate, hooves thumping against the ground as their riders attempted to lasso a calf. The homecoming week Gee Haw Whoa Back Rodeo was off to a thunderous start last Friday evening.      Contestants from around the state came to participate on Friday and Saturday evening. Students, parents […]

13 Apr 19
Not My First Rodeo

“Morning Dew”, Adrian von Ziegler, from the album “Wanderer”, 2011 Mostly these few days I am buried in Year End accounting which is  mindnumbingly boring and I won’t share that with anyone. The result of the numb mind is a very slow day for thinking and opinionating. Here is just some stuff that popped up […]

13 Apr 19
Red Bluff Daily News
RED BLUFF — The Tehama County Arts Council, Red Bluff Art Association and Tehama County Photo Club are hosting a special western exhibit, Views of the West, to coincide with the 11 Days of Round-Up at the Main Event Gallery at the corner of Main and Pine streets. The show, which will be up through May 4, has more than 30 artists participating with four as featured artists, said Debbie Carlisi, one of those featured. She is joined by fellow photographers Clare Jones-Carbonell and Karen Roy Crockett as well as Suzanne Bears, who does acrylic paintings. “I was on top of the moon,” Carlisi said of being featured. “It is an honor and a privilege. I feel very blessed.” Carlisi has been a photographer for years, but began showing about six years ago. Daniele Eyestone and Debbie Carlisi talk about one of Carlisi’s pieces on display at the Views of the West art show at the Main Event Gallery, 710 Main Street.(Julie Zeeb — Daily News) “Photography is something I’ve done all my life,” Carlisi said. “About 10 years ago, I took classes from Bob Grace and he’s been my mentor ever since. I call myself an eclectic photographer. Whatever looks cool, I shoot it.” Carlisi said it would be hard to pick a favorite, but she really likes her hawk picture and one with horses on the banks of the Sacramento River near Ide Adobe. She was out on a boat with family when she looked over and saw them standing on the bank. On display is a set of 12 images out of 32 captured of a bull fighter donated by Ed Beier. The set will be auctioned off through a silent auction that ends at 5 p.m. May 4, said Tehama County Photo Club Member Barbara Luzzadder. She met Beier at a North Valley Art League show. It is believed the bull fighter is well-known Red Bluff resident Joe Baumgartner. Beier said the shots were from a 10 second sequence taken in the early ’90s at the Redding Rodeo. He and his wife were at the rodeo when well known rodeo photographer Sue Rosoff got them into the chute area. The proceeds from the auction will support the gallery. The gallery is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays. For more information, visit http://www.tehamaarts.org.
12 Apr 19
Sherman County eNews

CONTENT SPIRITUAL MATTERS CLASSIFIEDS CALENDAR 1. SPIRITUAL MATTERS  The Potential of the Harvest At a recent Wednesday morning men’s study in Kent we read through another section of the book “Disciple” by Bill Clem. In it we read of the consequence of the curse of mans’ fall due to sin in Genesis 3:17-19, “Man was told […]

12 Apr 19
NBA Musings From The Man Down Under

Yesterday Australian time saw the conclusion of the 2018/2019 regular season. Going into the final night of the season only one playoff spot up for grabs with Charlotte needing a win to make the playoffs while holding out for a Detroit loss, in the end, neither of these things happened with Charlotte losing to Orlando […]

12 Apr 19
The Province

Gino Odjick wore No. 29, which doesn’t seem terribly significant until you learn it was the registration number given to this father Joe at the residential school in Spanish, Ont. It’s just one of the stories represented in the Hall. Some are big. Some are small. All are meaningful.

11 Apr 19
Mock Paper Scissors

Julian Assange, he of WikiLeaks fame, got un-asylum’ed (is too a word!) by Ecuador and immediately was arrested by the Brits. Assange has been couch surfing in the Ecuadorian embassy since 2012 after being released on bail in the U.K. over “sexual assault allegations” (in which I believe the term “rape” was involved) in Sweden. […]

11 Apr 19
Jayontheweb.com

Dogs rank up there with trains and mothers on the list of lyrical cliches in country music, so there’s no surprise that ol’ hound dogs dominate the handful of country songs about beloved family pets. Examples of dogs-focused country songs include breakthrough hits by such historic heavyweights as Hank Williams and Elvis Presley, with the […]