PAC-MAN: How We Played The Game
A repost from Retro Bitch
Pac-Man: The Untold Story of How We Really Played The Game
The impressions of human desire are often left upon objects of their devotion or on the paths leading to where a sense of peace or pleasure can be found; i.e. the worn frets on a favorite guitar; the finger-smoothed ivory keys on an old piano; the “secret path” in the forest blazed by decades of children that’s been “a secret path” to other children for over 100 years.
By Cat DeSpira
A Jog Thru Haley
Ralph Gibson, capturing a certain classical chiaroscuro, wading in the stark, yet puzzling enigmas of a fleeting glance, summoning calculus-inducing curves –
Rest in Peace, Denis Mahoney
By now many of you have heard the sad news of Tariq’s passing. He died peacefully at home on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 at the age of 52.
From Denis’ Facebook Page:
A memorial service for Denis will be held at La Grua Center in Stonington, CT on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 12:30pm. Everyone is also invited to a reception at Skippers Dock immediately following the memorial service. The La Grua Center and Skippers Dock are located very close to each other so you may park in either lot. Please allow a little extra driving time because Stonington Borough can be difficult to navigate.
La Grua Center
32 Water St Stonington, CT 06378
66 Water Street Stonington, CT 06378
In lieu of flowers, the family humbly requests that any donations be made to Say Yes Like a Tree – Education Fund in memory of Denis Mahoney.
Tariq, we are heartbroken and we miss you, but we are comforted that your legacy lives on through your art.
photo credit: ginsberg
Johnny + Jess 1957
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an epic influence that changed the course of my life, from early mtv (back when they played videos and wanted to inspire people) – a few years later I bought an HR-16b 😉
primal scream as you should think of them
higher than the sun