Tuesday, April 2, 2013

What's he building in there?

Here's another reading from Frank Skin-notra.
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Check back for more fun stuff.
-Norbert

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Frank Skin-notra

Here's a quick look at what's going on down the street.
Enjoy
-Norbert
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Meet my friend Mary. She haunts a house just up the street. If you find yourself walking west on Madison, this side of Park Blvd, and see her peeking out of an attic window, don't be surprised if she transforms before your eyes.
See you on Halloween.
-Norbert

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

La Jolla art gallery

I attended a party at a La Jolla art gallery a few years back. You don't see many dragons at these shin-digs. I guess I stood out a bit.
Halloween is creeping closer and closer.
See ya on the 31st.
-Norbert
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Friday, August 10, 2012

Last Year


Approximately 3,200 people visited Maryland Street last Halloween. Across the street (next to the Wizard of Oz house), we dressed the little yellow house to look like a circus tent using a multi-colored parachute and strings of lights. Occasionally, I’d hear bursts of laughter coming from the Trick-or-treaters as they passed the psycho circus. Turns out the “mystic swami” from the circus was asking passers-by if they’d like their palm read. Any takers were treated to a performance of creepy chanting and rhythmic swaying as the swami took their hand and examined their palm. Eventually he would produce a large bingo marker and stamp their up-turned hand leaving a large red blotch. “Anyone else want their palm red?” he’d shout, pushing the person aside to roars of laughter.


Saturday, September 10, 2011

Get Ready For Halloween

Halloween in the neighborhood

Trick-or-Treat on Maryland Street has grown quite large in the last fifteen years, and I’ve discovered something in the process: Halloween is the only holiday that celebrates the neighborhood; not just friends and family, but the people that live near you. It’s a great opportunity to get to know all those wonderful people around you without the stress of a seven-hour blackout.