Author Profile: Lorien Gruchalla
Posted in One Million Watts on 27 December 2010
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There will be changes made, but I’m not giving them the power of Resolutions. As non-resolutions, these reminders won’t induce guilt when they are inevitably broken.
Posted in Seattle on 15 December 2010
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When I was growing up, jaywalking was easy. You wanted to cross the street, there were no cars, you went. Here in Seattle, the same act is fraught with all manner of psychodrama.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 8 December 2010
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Even though things like sewing and embroidering don’t seem all that flashy, the mundanities of Nudie Cohn’s life are far more exciting than the highest points of mine.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 2 December 2010
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I really like the idea behind what you do — a literal movable feast. But I lament the lack of pho, mini doughnut and mashed potatoes trucks.
Posted in One Million Watts on 15 November 2010
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Why can’t I just get a Styrofoam ring and make my own holiday wreath? A little hot glue and some straight pins and voila!
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 12 October 2010
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Forget pocket puppies and designer kittens. Some hipsters are already filling their houses with canaries trained to sing Decemberists tunes.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 4 October 2010
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I said “Hi, your suitcase has my uncommon last name on it.” But I was actually thinking “Zzzzzzzzzzzz flibbert-snort garfnaggle brot flibbidy-hoo.”
Posted in Seattle on 28 September 2010
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For a number of years, my favorite shoes were a pair of slip-on Vans. These were not just your average Spicoli-styled Vans, but leopard-print cowhide Vans. They, um, attracted attention.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 15 September 2010
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I’ve looked practically everywhere and still I have not been able to find the Perfect Cardigan. Honestly, I’m not asking for much.