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Tiny Birthday For A Tiny Hedgehog

The first vid:

The Sun Sets on the Sail Inn

For the past decade or so, the unique-looking logo of Tempe live music venue The Sail Inn has depicted a jaunty little schooner gliding off into the sunset. And, in a cruel twist of irony, it's appropriately symbolic of what's about to happen to the popular dive bar and rock haven.

Gina Lombardi, longtime owner of The Sail Inn, has revealed to New Times that the venue will be closing at the end of June after more than 20 years of serving as a go-to venue for the Tempe music scene.

"My heart is bleeding about it," she says. "I've been really trying to keep my chin up and say to myself, 'We've had a really good run.' But inside, I'm saying to myself, 'This is my baby. I've put so much of myself into here.'"

Lombardi says that The Sail Inn will shutter on June 29 due to the new property owner, who purchased the 1.34-acre parcel and the building itself last year, wanting to redevelop the land. According to the City of Tempe's website, it will eventually host multiple restaurants (possibly either new locations of Culinary Dropout and/or The Lodge), as well as a coffee shop, fitness studio, and retail space.


Walt and Dave close it out.


Last show by the Noodles

The end of an era...

Martin Scorsese - The Art of Silence

How To Make A Hit Pop Song

who makes these videos?

I love this one:

Dude can sing.

The American Jihadist: Eric Harroun In His Own Words

Purin the Super Beagle

Spring in Salt River Wild Horse Country

Todayís photoessay comes from Becky Standridge, a professional photographer whose work focuses on the wild horses living in the Salt River Canyon outside of Phoenix. I met Becky at a book signing and she was kind enough to send a copy of her beautiful 12-month Salt River Wild Horses calendar. You can see more of Beckyís work on Facebook.

Spring is a favorite season, not only for what it symbolizes but also for what it actually brings. Symbolically, it heralds the renewal of life. It breaks the grip of winter, frees the spirit and fills the senses with hope for the coming season. Itís an incentive for fresh starts and new beginnings. Anticipation abounds.



Some of these pics are from the FB page:

The white horse is the lead stallion, Wisdom

My weekend house guests

Cocoa and little Cooper

Boy do they like to play!

HAPPY DOGS (and one cat) in Australia - Pharrell Williams Happy

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