Posts Tagged: black

Even this napkin knows it's ridiculous.

The Black Napkin

Several years back, when I was working the bar in a fancy restaurant, a woman sat down, took a glance at the table setting, turned her nose up to me and asked, “Excuse me, do you happen to have a

Even this napkin knows it's ridiculous.

The Black Napkin

Several years back, when I was working the bar in a fancy restaurant, a woman sat down, took a glance at the table setting, turned her nose up to me and asked, “Excuse me, do you happen to have a

WEDNESDAY HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE NEW BLACK

This is my inaugural post, and when asked what day of the week I wanted for my IBC column, I immediately thought of Wednesday.  Wednesday is the day in Richard Brautigan’s novel In Watermelon Sugar when the sun shines grey. 

WEDNESDAY HAS ALWAYS BEEN THE NEW BLACK

This is my inaugural post, and when asked what day of the week I wanted for my IBC column, I immediately thought of Wednesday.  Wednesday is the day in Richard Brautigan’s novel In Watermelon Sugar when the sun shines grey.