March 28, 2011Back in the office, working hard on the next issue, before I fly to Santa Fe this coming Friday evening for the Bang Gang art opening at Due West Gallery, just off the plaza.
This morning I discovered a couple images in my black and white files. One of them, is a sweet little pen and ink of Honkytonk Sue:
This dates from about 1985 and illustrates that even the Queen of Country Swing can have her heart broken.
Yesterday, Kathy and I met the kids downtown at the Matador for breakfast and I picked up a New Times. Inside, an article castigating Yuma, with the headline "A Sense of Yuma," caught my eye. In the article, George Carlin is credited with coining the phrase A Sense of Yuma. Excuse me, but here's a cartoon doubletruck a certain Kingman cartoonist did in the early eighties, in the same newspaper!:
And here's the second page:
Going down tonight for a taping of a History Channel doc. Details tomorrow.
"There's many ways to be wrong, and no single way to be right."
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