Featured: Pin Productions’ Music and Art Festival vendor table, InfoWars, “This looks like Prada in Marfa, Texas…”, a birthday, kittens, St. Joseph’s Church of the Good Shepherd Holiday Bazaar vendor table, Chris Cornell at The Vets, cool Thanksgiving pictures taken by little kids (edited by SS).

…And a hammer under your pillow. This Halloween season equaled carving fruits and vegetables, cookies for friends, and a homemade Day of the Dead costume, (which unfortunately due to time constraints was sans skull face paint). :'(

“Our menu features innovative entrées and special creative cuisines, an artisan pizza oven, a salad and deli bar, plus a mouth-watering array of desserts and pastries made on site. At RISD Dining we pride ourselves on providing quality, delicious and artfully prepared food. Our team of professionals strives to exceed your expectations and awaken your senses. It is what sets us apart!

RISD Dining also has an environmental conscience. We share a deep concern with the public for the stewardship of our natural resources – and do our part by promoting recycling, energy efficiency and purchasing local products as part of our C.A.R.E.S. (Community, Action/Awareness, Recycling, Environment, Sustainability) Program.”

Yeah, I had fun…and I went a little too far whilst practicing technique on this little pumpkin. I wanted to see how I could cut into it, what the paint would look like dried on the skin, etc. Suffice it to say, the final product is something I can only deem a ‘Christmas Pumpkin’ (not pictured). I plan to get another pumpkin and get real serious now that I know what I’m doing with it.

new girl_shot in providence?

So I’ve finished watching Futurama on Netflix for the twenty-seventh time recently and have started watching that Zooey Deschanel show New Girl and what should I see a shot of? Could this be downtown Providence where Pine meets Peck St. by Hanley’s Ale House? Cool. Hey, one time I saw Danny DeVito at the RISD Museum and once I was two inches away from the face of Louis C.K. in front of the Chicago Theatre. What? Slow news day. 

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