“I’d like to have a musician’s village, at least a house full. A courtyard or something, a little cul-de-sac. Alot of these guys are getting’ old, they getting’ fragile, frail, and we’re scattered to the friggin’ wind. So, I thought it was a good idea. An idea who’s time has come.”
“… spring time, it’s pretty wild.” “…they’ve got berries and nuts and all kinds of things with wings.” “…a wonderful place to do research and an inexhaustible inspiration for any artist.”
Motorcycle enthusiasts gathered for the 5th annual Rice-O-Rama rally last weekend in the rolling hills of North Brookfield, Massachusetts. Whether they went to sell parts, show off custom designs, talk shop or take home something special, this was the place to be in New England if you like Japanese motorcycles.
“I’ve been mugged and it feels uncomfortable, constantly looking around until that feeling wears off. In the beginning I thought she was a kook.”
“If we don’t get over our car and gas addiction, we’re gonna be in serious trouble,” says Keaney about our dependency on fossil fuels and foreign resources for transportation. Keaney understands that petroleum product sources have a finite quantity and that other renewable resources could be used to harness the same technology.
“I had to be open to tackling whatever comes my way… …thats what Peace Corps is all about.” These PC volunteers are diplomatic representations of common American people willing to help foreign cultures achieve their goals.
An occasional ancient one might sit within city limits; grandfathered in between yards.
‘Gone Postal’ is made from a chopped up drop-off postal box with one headlight as if Cyclops had lost the battle and got up again to fight off a death race.