Category Archives: djing

“Wedding” by Richard F. Yates

Yesterday, my older daughter got married. (All hitched-up…) Exhibit A: It was an interesting wedding—superhero themed, because she and her new husband are both comic book fans. The centerpieces for the tables, which my wife and the girls worked on … Continue reading

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“Scoops (A Flashback Experience!)” by Richard F. Yates

A few days ago, I received an oddly shaped package from a friend of mine, Joe Hamel. Joe now lives in Virginia, way on the other side of the country, but we used to live on the west coast, and … Continue reading

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“Tyranny @ The Jack London Bar, Portland, Oregon” by Richard F. Yates

Last night I was given a rare opportunity, the likes of which only come my way once every few years. I was allowed to DJ in a nightclub and play music that I actually enjoy, loudly, for people to dance … Continue reading

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“Aging Less Than Gracefully” by Richard F. Yates

I pretended to be a DJ again yesterday at a wedding for a cousin, right?, and although I used to DJ almost every weekend, I went into semi-retirement about two summers ago. I’ve done maybe three events since then. It’s … Continue reading

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