up bear creek
In which – “ohmygoddess” – our paleohippie correspondent revisits Phoenix – in his own car, after an absence of 30 years.
‘I think I’m becoming a SWOSaholic.’
More thoughts on our energy future, a love for soft cheese and the Dove Creek Press and an upcoming basket show.
Putting some facts into perspective, the writing of Sean McNamera and a look at Green Party candidates.
The atom’s dirty little secret is that nuclear power produces energy too expensive to insure.
Dr. Scott Ortman’s Winds From the North: Tewa Origins and Historical Anthropology is a read that both lay readers and specialists can follow his crafted arguments and startling hypotheses.
On time in the bay area working a collection of poetry performances…and thoughts on San Juan county’s new zoning regulations.
Thoughts on cleanup costs in the West End, Chernobyl and short term rentals in the county.
If all goes according to plan, Telluride will gain more than just publicity from the filming of a new movie in Telluride.
Goodtimes needs help for a visit to the White House, San Miguel County’s current Poet Laureate is out with new work and Norwood Schools has an opera star.
Thoughts on county assemblies, Greens, and running for re-election.
Locals’ discount on tickets for Mushroom Festival is extended to end of the month.
A connection between smart meters and the EMF entanglement with all living things. ‘I am not only sleeping with the enemy. I am the enemy.’
Goodtimes on the death of longtime Norwood resident Darrell Elder, who pulled more than a few residents out of the region’s ditches.
‘Our moral compass as a nation seems to be swinging wildly in circles.’
‘I suggest we all toast our jolly good John for 28 years of protecting the economic engine that allows the 99 percent to make a good living in these mountains.’
The issue of “smart meters continues to confound while columnist Goodtimes makes his first trek to a famous intentional community.
Will the purported end of the Mayan calendar bring great changes or merely another round in the cycle?
Russ Baker’s Family of Secrets has been called one of the most important books of the decade and columnist Art Goodtimes doesn’t disagree.