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Ad Libs: Menlo woman opens new art gallery

Uploaded: Oct 28, 2010
If I have to write about another art gallery in this area closing, I might dump a bucket of paint on my keyboard. And I wouldn't even get anything artistic out of the splashes. I can't paint with anything but words.

It's been a low few years for local galleries, to say the least. So it was really (sigh) nice to read about a local woman creating a new gallery, even in the big city. Last week, our sister paper the Almanac reported that Joan McLoughlin of Menlo Park was just opening up her McLoughlin Gallery on Geary Street in San Francisco. ...

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Posted by Walter_E_Wallis, a resident of ,
on Nov 1, 2010 at 12:47 pm

Walter_E_Wallis is a registered user.

For more satisfaction, take your keyboard to a firing range and bust a cap or so on it. If you can hit control, alt and delete from 50 yards I will buy you a new keyboard.


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