The battle over book banning will play out in this window 24 hours a day for the next week.
Tim Youd will essentially live in the front window of the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial library as he types, on a typewriter no less, the entire Fahrenheit 451 written by Ray Bradbury.
The effort is spurred by the American Library Association's continuing fight against the banning of books. The Vonnegut is a natural as his Slaughterhouse Five has faced occasional banning and even burning since the 1970's.
Full disclosure here; I'm a member of the Vonnegut Memorial Library and a great fan of the Indianapolis native. A previous post takes you to the Vonnegut Memorial Library which you can read here. Being a first amendment absolutist I abhor book banning, even those that I might consider trash, subversive, offensive or any other such subjective objection. Free is free.
PLAYAs work spaces go, the office, winery and tasting room at Halter Ranch sets an example of great modern California architecture and a nice place to work.
The drive in is pretty sweet as well.
Harvest time is underway in the Paso Robles west side.
THE TRIP TO ITALY
If you enjoyed Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in THE TRIP, you will probably enjoy the THE TRIP TO ITALY.
Plenty of laughs, gorgeous Italian country side and a foodies delight of kitchen, restaurant and meal scenes.
We left and headed to Giuseppe's for Italian grape and repast. We couldn't help our self.
Here's the trailer
THE DROUGHT CLOSE UPCalifornia's need for rain is critical. This scene, from between Paso Robles and the Pacific Coast Highway is all too common.
See you down the trail.