...my diary, and I won't help you harvest your digital kale.? "Slack Tide" appears every second and fourth Sunday of the month in Neighbors. You can check out his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/geoff.kirsch.
...at least like to have my own City & Borough. So, please, log on, spread the word and become part of "CBGZK." Geoff Kirsch is a writer in Juneau. Visit his Web site at www.geoffkirsch.com.
...sweaty-palm-inducing flashback to college for some, but for Geoff Kirsch, one of four writers participating in this year's...writer-director teams for this year's miracle are: Geoff Kirsch and Mike Levine; Eric Caldwell and Kathleen Harper...
"The history of the world, my sweet, is who gets eaten and who gets to eat." ? Sweeney ToddBon appetit, Juneau. But beware. The piquancy of Perseverance Theatre's rendition of Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd: the Demon Barber of Fleet Street" definitely sneaks up on you. It's kind of like theatrical Sriracha.
Juneau is a place where the road ends less than 50 miles out of town, yet you somehow manage to put thousands of miles on your car anyway. In fact, earlier this month our odometer topped 120,000.
...interview that you appreciated the humor of Bob Newhart and Geoff Kirsch. Who are some of your other all-time favorite comedic...pals like Ron Clarke, Riley Woodford, Greg Cook, Geoff Kirsch and others.? Real Alaskan magazine is produced each...
My wife is hot. And I mean that in a couple of ways. For one, I find her extremely sexy. After all, she's the mother of my children, itself a constant reminder of how we wound up with those children in the first place.
Now, I'm certainly not suggesting that retail marijuana is a cure-all - although I hear it's pretty good for headaches and nausea (not to mention Pink Floyd laser-light shows).
Generally speaking, my wife regards Shakespeare the same way she responds to suggestions of watching a black-and-white movie for a change - with the eye-rolling boredom of a teenager.
It's shoulder season again, although as I've said before, a more anatomically apt analogy for the moist, dark expanse between fall and winter would be "Perineum" Season.
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