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California Mishegoss - Issue #466:Paradise Rises from Ashes in Art, The Mamas & Papas', Monterey is 250 Years Old

Good Morning Friends! We hope you're enjoying your weekend. It's been a crazy week. Below are 7 Mishe
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California Mishegoss - Issue #466:Paradise Rises from Ashes in Art, The Mamas & Papas', Monterey is 250 Years Old
By Mark & Patti Clifford • Issue #466 • View online
Good Morning Friends!
We hope you’re enjoying your weekend. It’s been a crazy week.
Below are 7 Mishegoss posts that we think are worth starting conversations around town.
There’s also FRESYES Listing of the week and their newsletter as always.
Finally, I have some corrected links for the Tee Shirts, so they took up some space this week. I promise not to post pics all the time or push them. They’re available, and I’m working on a couple of other designs.
Be well, stay safe, and see you on Tuesday!
Mark & Patti

How a Local Artist’s Phoenix Rose From the Ashes of Paradise, California | Atlas Obscura
In the wake of the disastrous and deadly Camp Fire, former Paradise, California, resident and community artist Jessie Mercer wanted to make something from the remnants of the town’s lost homes. Gathering more than 18,000 donated keys to homes, churches, schools, businesses, and cars, Jessie created an 800-pound sculpture of the mythological phoenix—a bird that is born again from the ashes of its predecessor. The finished piece, now in the Building Residency Center in Paradise, is a powerful symbol of loss and rebuilding.
Here's the Tees!
FRESYES Listing of the Week
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Mark & Patti Clifford

California Mishegoss covers the stories that don't make it to the top of the news cycle, but are great conversation starters. Each Tuesday, Thursday, & Sunday, we give you those seven conversation starters.

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