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Craigslist and Netflix.

24 Mar

The internet – ahh. The source of all my joy.


$125.00 for this Lane table in San Rafael. That cat seems to like it, too.

$55.00 in Oakland. Whoa pastel, what’s up.

Here’s a stereo console with the TV guts removed, but it’s $50.00 here in Sac. What can you do with it?

$200.00 Lane table apparently in “phenomenal” condition. In East Sacramento.

A lot of East Bay, too

24 Mar

This Mengel dresser has been up for a bit! I think it’s cute for $85.00 in Vacaville.

$65.00 for this rad two chair table set! BROWN! OOH!

A little bit 70’s perhaps? But rad cube chair for $120.00 in Santa Rosa.

Small $35.00 desk in San Bruno.

$150.00 for this teeny dude in Danville.

Eileen Grayesque swiveling table for $75.00 in Willow Glen.

RAD Drexel floating style desk for $195.00 in Vallejo!

DCM in San Francisco for $160.00.

$200.00 for this 6-drawer dresser with mirror in Oakland.

Fantastic little legs – $200.00 in Petaluma.

$50.00 laminate table in Berkeley. Laminate, sure. But it sure is attractive!

Community: Visual Acoustics

24 Mar

Our friend Gretchen is helping put on a showing of Visual Acoustics at the Crocker Art Museum. Stop by and say hello.

From the Facebook event page:

A special screening of the documentary “Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman” will be held at the Crocker Art Museum on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 7:00 PM. This film celebrates the life and career of Julius Shulman, whose photographs brought modern architecture and progressive architects into American mainstream. Director Eric Bricker will introduce the film and lead a post-screening discussion. Anyone with an inter…est in Modernism, photography, architecture, and design should enjoy this film.

Part of Crocker Art Museum’s Film Frame series during “Thursdays ’til 9”, Visual Acoustics is being presented in collaboration with SacMod — an organization dedicated to promoting, preserving and protecting modern art, architecture and design in the Sacramento region — and AIA Central Valley, the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Tickets to the event are $6 for Crocker Art Museum members and $12 for non-members. Admission to the film includes admission to the museum, which will be open until 9:00pm. Food and drink will be available for purchase at the Crocker Cafe until 8:45 PM. For more information and to order tickets online, go to

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