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2011/01 Moments, January 2011

Toronto, Ontario; San Francisco, California; Salt Lake City, Utah; Phoenix, Arizona.

Walking on College Street, Sottovoce Wine and Pasta Bar license suspended for 10 days beginning January 1. It must have been a wild New Years Eve (Toronto, Saturday) 20110101 2130
Walking on College Street, Sottovoce Wine and Pasta Bar license suspended for 10 days beginning January 1. It must have been a wild New Years Eve (Toronto, Saturday) 20110101 2130
Biked to Canada Computer on College Street, found boarded up from fire in September. New store at old location across the street. I haven’t bought computer parts in months! (Toronto, Sunday) 20110102 1600
Biked to Canada Computer on College Street, found boarded up from fire in September. New store at old location across the street. I haven’t bought computer parts in months! (Toronto, Sunday) 20110102 1600
Jade hairpins, worn by women, as well as men before the Qing Dynasty. In the “Hidden Meanings: Symbolism in Chinese Art and Culture” display by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, at the SFO pier for United Airlines. A pause, as an alternative to zooming by the moving sidewalk behind (SFO, Tuesday) 20110104 1230 PT
Jade hairpins, worn by women, as well as men before the Qing Dynasty. In the “Hidden Meanings: Symbolism in Chinese Art and Culture” display by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, at the SFO pier for United Airlines. A pause, as an alternative to zooming by the moving sidewalk behind (SFO, Tuesday) 20110104 1230 PT
"Bleaker", Don Olsen 1978, acrylic on canvas, special exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Art, in the G. W. Anderson Family Great Hall (Salt Lake City) 20110108 1400 MT
“Bleaker”, Don Olsen 1978, acrylic on canvas, special exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Art, in the G. W. Anderson Family Great Hall (Salt Lake City) 20110108 1400 MT
Grilled catfish from the Jam Burritos food truck at the Phoenix Public Market on Friday, There’s a videographer from the Food Network shooting Eat Street (Phoenix, AZ, Friday)
Grilled catfish from the Jam Burritos food truck at the Phoenix Public Market on Friday, There’s a videographer from the Food Network shooting Eat Street (Phoenix, AZ, Friday) 20110128

Express walkway at Pearson Terminal 1 International gates is running. A January Monday afternoon doesn’t seem busy. DY dropped me off for the CPH-HEL outbound, 26 hours after picking me up from PHX inbound (Toronto) 20110131 1630
Express walkway at Pearson Terminal 1 International gates is running. A January Monday afternoon doesn’t seem busy. DY dropped me off for the CPH-HEL outbound, 26 hours after picking me up from PHX inbound (Toronto) 20110131 1630
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