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So Good, It’s Crimin’ Ale

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At Prison Hill Brewing Company, Yuma’s first craft brewery, three entrepreneurs are bringing beer culture to a city of intersecting cultures.

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Yucca Valley

Yucca Valley

It’s just after 11 a.m. on what will soon be a 104-degree day in the Mohave Desert and I’m riding a dirt bike for the first time in my life.

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A Rad Reunion

A Rad Reunion

I pedaled leisurely rather than furiously, making no quick turns, hopping over no jutting tree roots, never trying to weave in and out of the other riders. But there I was, on the Helltrack qualifying course, riding BMX with the likes of Eddie Fiola, Martin Aparijo, Kevin Hull and Everett and Beatle Rosecrans. Twenty-five years […]

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Outside Lands Festival – Interstitial Overdrive

A three-day music festival like Outside Lands is hectic and exhausting no matter how you approach it. So, I try to pare down the wish list, not rush from stage to stage to see every single band I’m interested in, and let the festival vibe take care of whatever other decisions need to be made. […]

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Portland

It’s certainly been postcard weather here in Portland this week. I haven’t visited in four years and I’m absolutely wondering why the hell not. This is green, warm summer glory in the Northwest. Old favorites have been first on the agenda since I got in on Tuesday: Ringler’s Annex, Floating World, and of course, Powell’s […]

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Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers – The Art of Escape

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Border crossing with the band “Green & Dumb,” any one of a dozen songs that could rightly serve as a calling card for Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, came late in the band’s 2011 Circus Mexicus set and as their fans have come to do, I joined my friends arm-in-arm, all of us swaying in […]

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End of the Road Festival, part 1

End of the Road Festival, part 1

Two Arizona boys, galavanting at the End of the Road…

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Adios

Adios

Take it easy, San Francisco. I’ll catch up with you in five weeks, but for now, I’m off to Vienna and an amazing European vacation.

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Desemboque

Desemboque

El Desemboque is a wild study in contradictions, both rich and subtle, starting with its thudding juxtaposition of desert and sea.

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