when the sun blazes/or rain pours/you are the safe place/I come home to
Ian and Kimberly Wilder have begun a new adventure. We have moved from our co-op apartment to a new home in Riverhead. If you have missed seeing us around town, that is why. It has taken a long while to find a good home for us, in a community we love. We look forward to […]
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Taped at the 11/4/12 third party debate moderated by Ralph Nader at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC,
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Columbus Day weekend adventure: Lawn signs, fun, and sunsets My husband Ian and I took a drive out east on the Saturday of Columbus Day weekend. We had the idea to capture signs of fall for the blog. Among our observations was a study on lawn signs and politics. The full set of photos is […]
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Ian’s San Diego: waterfront, palm trees, Comic con discounts, poetry reading, a 70’s folk singer, Occupy SD, Azerbaijani food, a baby giraffe, and my romantic panda cam assignation.
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My buddy Jim, who was the lead singer/songwriter of Nylon & Steel, said to me: You gotta go see the Vance Gilbert show in December. This guy’s grea
2012 “Regular” Groundhog Report: On Thursday morning, February 2nd, Punxstuawney Phil “saw his shadow”. So, six more weeks of winter. Story at the Washington Post: here. On Long Island, Holtsville Hal DID NOT see his shadow, and thus predicts an early Spring. (as per Newsday). ______________ Over at Peace Couple, Ian Wilder writes about a […]
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Ian Wilder performed his poem “Exit 39” at Thanksgroovin, a part of The FOLK-GROOVIN’ CAFÉ The night was Hosted by JIM FRAZZITTA. and it featured BOB WESTCOTT, IAN WILDER, WALTER SARGENT, SCOTT JAMES, & RADIUM DIAL. The event took place at The Conklin Barn, 2 High Street (corner of New York Ave. at High St.), Huntington, NY.
The Welcome to Boog City festival continues tonight and tomorrow night. The full schedule can be found on this pdf. You can find the facebook event here. This is a video of Ian Wilder reading his poem thinking of Jane standing on the edge of the woods. As a bonus there is his Steve Earle poem at […]
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