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7 Questions with Robert Redford


photo: MGM Studios Inc.

Robert Redford has been a tour de force on the big screen for more than four decades.
From Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid to his latest film Lions for Lambs this actor, director and producer rarely disappoints.

7 Rockin’ Questions with Mick Rock

photography by Rick Camargo



Mick Rock as the name suggests, is a man tied to the world of music. He is regarded by many as the photographer laureate of the glam era and has photographed a who’s who of rock’n’roll: David Bowie, Marc Bolan, Blondie, Iggy Pop, Queen, The Velvet Underground…. Need I go on? Though best known for his shots of the ‘70s, Rock never stopped shooting and is in high demand today among music’s A-list; Madonna, Scissor Sisters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more.

The Halloween Report

photography by Rick Camargo

Greetings blog peepers,



Yes, I survived Halloween.

The place not to be last night was the Castro, where dressing as a cop or a news reporter was the costume of the night.


7 Questions with Comedian Jerry Seinfeld


photo courtesy of Rick Camargo

Greetings chums,

There’s a buzz in the air this week. Could it be about Bee Movie? The Bee flick was directed, produced and written by Jerry Seinfeld—and he starred in the movie too.

Last Days of Summer



Greetings chums,

So much fog, so many chilly days, but right now the payoff: sunshine—our little gift from the gods for our suffering. The fog has its charm of course but right now is my favorite time of year here in our sun-kissed 7x7 miles of heaven.



And as we continue to enjoy a sensational end to our Indian summer, here are a few of my fave things to do when the sun shines. I ask of you just one thing, do not eat lunch at your desk; instead, venture outside, go to a restaurant with a patio or get something to go and sit in the park.

7 Questions for Songbird Sia Furler



Every so often a vocalist comes along, grabs you by the ears and has you addicted to her tones. For me right now, that vocalist is Sia Furler. You may not know her face but you surely know her voice. Her song “Breathe Me” was featured in the unforgettable last scene of the Six Feet Under series finale. Know her now?

You probably also know her from her vocal work on the Grammy-nominated Zero 7 album, “The Garden”—love that record.

The Most Smashing Pumpkin-Infused Meal of My Life

photography by rickycphotography.com



Half Moon Bay has long been one of my preferred towns for a day or a weekend getaway. However, I always avoided this coastal town around Halloween because of the event that has helped put it on the map, The Annual Pumpkin Festival.  This year I took the plunge and embraced this pumpkin-loving fest full on, and I am so glad I did.


Castro Street Fair



Everyone loves a party, and no neighborhood more than the Castro. This past Sunday, the masses gathered for the last big bash before Halloween. (If there even is a party this Halloween. We’ll see.)



The fair was the usual mix of gay guys and gals, drag queens and trannies, leather daddies and cubs, and a sprinkling of straights for good measure.

Celebrating Armistead Maupin

photography by rickycphotography.com



Greetings chums,

B.R. Cohn Fall Concert

photography by rickycphotography.com



Sunday was a day of rock n’ roll among the vines at B.R. Cohn Winery on Old Sonoma Highway, Sonoma. I ventured to the winery-turned-rock venue for day two of a weekend of music and fundraising. The 250-seater amphitheatre was packed to the gills with music lovers and wine lovers who rocked, rolled and swirled to the sounds of the day.


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