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May 4th, 2012
Shira Dubrovner, artistic director of the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, this week was accepted into the well-respected Directors Lab West.
Fido doesn't know from wildlife.
"What the heck?!?" Fido said.
In its 17th year, Mammoth’s Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza officials recently announced the lineup of blues talent and a grand tasting of craft brews from around the country. The event will take place Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, outdoors among the pines at Sam’s Wood Site.
Fido’s funny about fishing.
He says he likes it, but he doesn’t know why.
Fido is putting on the dog.
“I think you should give me a good brushing.”
We were watching golf on TV and Fido could not stay awake.
He was not disinterested, though.
The Mammoth Lakes Foundation’s mission is to support higher education and the arts in the Eastern Sierra and has done so vigorously since its birth in 1989 under the guidance of Dave McCoy and a small group who shared his vision.
I am counting the toes on Fido's hind legs.
"One-two-three-four," I said. "One-two-three."
"Oh boy oh boy oh boy. Hey hey hey hey!
It's strange to pull up to a high school auditorium (Bishop's only performing arts space) to see a play performed by adults.
Fido is making chili. No, not really. How could a dog stand in the kitchen over a vat of chili?
Fido was aghast, but I didn’t know why.
Fans of theater and literature have been looking forward to the Writers Actors Guild “Tuesdays with Morrie,” which opened last night at Mill Creek, north of Bishop.
Fido was in a pensive mood, and so was I.